As a writer and interviewer, I am always excited about talking to interesting people. When they are also extremely genuine and pleasant—like Yeardley Smith, co-host and co-producer of Small Town Dicks—it’s just icing on the cake. Even though I had just met her, Yeardley made me feel like we wereRead More
In his book, The Life of Reason, philosopher George Santayana wrote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” The history of the mafia in the United States is complex.
Did you ever want to know what it’s like to be a 911 call taker? If you attended CrimeCon in Las Vegas on April 30th, you might have had the chance.
From the beginning, Podcast Magazine® was created for the fans of podcasts. Our publication has a lot in common with CrimeCon, which took place April 29th through May 1st in Las Vegas
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There has been an ongoing discussion and desire within Podcast Magazine® for months now about going a little deeper in our discovery. The Beyond the Microphone features are great, but what if
It is often said that reality is scarier than fiction. If you don’t believe that to be true before listening to an episode of CrimeLapse, you likely will afterward. As an
Most reasonable people know that the vast majority of police officers are good and honest individuals. Each is someone’s father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, husband, wife, or friend who is dedicated
Want to compare real-life mafia-boss Frank Costello with fictional Don Vito Corleone from The Godfather? Want to dig into the similarities of John Wayne Gacy and Stephen King’s It? Or maybe