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Join retired police detective and private investigator Derrick Levasseur and true crime Youtube creator Stephanie Harlowe as they discuss the crimes making headlines while also taking a deeper look into cases that have fascinated them both personally and professionally. They’ll give plenty of insight and safety tips along the way to help make sure that no listener becomes the subject of the next episode….
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In the early hours of December 9th, 2001, a man named Michael Peterson made a panicked phone call to 911, telling them that his wife, 48 year old Kathleen Peterson, had fallen down the stairs and they should hurry because she was still breathing. Six minutes later he called back and reported that Kathleen was no longer breathing, she was gone. Initially, it appeared that this had been a tragic accident, but as first responders and law enforcement began to arrive at the scene, the tension was palpable. The Peterson family and friends felt that Michael was being unfairly targeted, that the police were only suspicious of him because he had been loudly outspoken and critical of the Durham North Carolina Police Department in his role as columnist for a local paper. The law enforcement professionals on the scene claimed that from the moment they walked in, it felt as if something wasn’t right, and there was far too much blood for the death of Kathleen Peterson to be attributed to a simple fall down the stairs. Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod ADS: Beis Right now, BÉIS is offering our listeners 15% off your first purchase by visiting BEISTRAVEL.com/CRIMEWEEKLY Zocdoc Go to Zocdoc.com/CRIMEWEEKLY and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today. Many are available within 24 hours.
In the early hours of December 9th, 2001, a man named Michael Peterson made a panicked phone call to 911, telling them that his wife, 48 year old Kathleen Peterson, had fallen down the stairs and they should hurry because she was still breathing. Six minutes later he called back and reported that Kathleen was no longer breathing, she was gone. Initially, it appeared that this had been a tragic accident, but as first responders and law enforcement began to arrive at the scene, the tension was palpable. The Peterson family and friends felt that Michael was being unfairly targeted, that the police were only suspicious of him because he had been loudly outspoken and critical of the Durham North Carolina Police Department in his role as columnist for a local paper. The law enforcement professionals on the scene claimed that from the moment they walked in, it felt as if something wasn’t right, and there was far too much blood for the death of Kathleen Peterson to be attributed to a simple fall down the stairs. Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod ADS: 1. HelloFresh Go to www.HelloFresh.com/crimeweekly21 and use code crimeweekly21 for 21 free meals plus free shipping! 2. PDS Debt PDS DEBT is offering free debt analysis to our listeners just for completing the quick and easy debt assessment at www.PDSDebt.com/crime. That’s P-D-S-D-E-B-T.com/crime. Take back your financial freedom today!
In the early hours of December 9th, 2001, a man named Michael Peterson made a panicked phone call to 911, telling them that his wife, 48 year old Kathleen Peterson, had fallen down the stairs and they should hurry because she was still breathing. Six minutes later he called back and reported that Kathleen was no longer breathing, she was gone. Initially, it appeared that this had been a tragic accident, but as first responders and law enforcement began to arrive at the scene, the tension was palpable. The Peterson family and friends felt that Michael was being unfairly targeted, that the police were only suspicious of him because he had been loudly outspoken and critical of the Durham North Carolina Police Department in his role as columnist for a local paper. The law enforcement professionals on the scene claimed that from the moment they walked in, it felt as if something wasn’t right, and there was far too much blood for the death of Kathleen Peterson to be attributed to a simple fall down the stairs. Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod ADS: Prose Prose is the healthy hair regimen with your name all over it. Take your FREE in-depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today! Go to www.Prose.com/crimeweekly for your FREE in-depth hair consultation and 15% off. Surfshark For a limited time get 83% off of a 2-year plan plus 3 extra months for free at www.Surfshark.deals/crimeweekly. This special offer makes your subscription just $2.21 per month! Go to surfshark use code crimeweekly to protect your online privacy today. Daily Harvest If eating well is a goal for 2023, let Daily Harvest support you on the journey. Go to www.dailyharvest.com/crimeweekly to get up to forty dollars off your first box. Cerebral OUR LISTENERS WILL RECEIVE 50% OR MORE OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH OF THERAPY BY GOING TO CEREBRAL.COM/CRIMEWEEKLY. FOR QUALITY MENTAL HEALTHCARE THAT’S ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLE, JOIN CEREBRAL TODAY.
In the early hours of December 9th, 2001, a man named Michael Peterson made a panicked phone call to 911, telling them that his wife, 48 year old Kathleen Peterson, had fallen down the stairs and they should hurry because she was still breathing. Six minutes later he called back and reported that Kathleen was no longer breathing, she was gone. Initially, it appeared that this had been a tragic accident, but as first responders and law enforcement began to arrive at the scene, the tension was palpable. The Peterson family and friends felt that Michael was being unfairly targeted, that the police were only suspicious of him because he had been loudly outspoken and critical of the Durham North Carolina Police Department in his role as columnist for a local paper. The law enforcement professionals on the scene claimed that from the moment they walked in, it felt as if something wasn’t right, and there was far too much blood for the death of Kathleen Peterson to be attributed to a simple fall down the stairs. Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod ADS: Pretty Litter Go to Pretty Litter dot com slash crimeweekly to save twenty percent on your FIRST order. HelloFresh Go to HelloFresh dot com slash crimeweekly21 and use code crimeweekly21 for 21 free meals plus free shipping Helix Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners! Go to Helix Sleep dot com slash crimeweekly. With Helix, better sleep starts now. MagellanTV Claim your one-month free trial by clicking on the link here: https://try.magellantv.com/crimeweekly. Start your free trial TODAY so you can watch MURDER MAPS and all of MagellanTV’s other exclusive true crime content!
In the early hours of December 9th, 2001, a man named Michael Peterson made a panicked phone call to 911, telling them that his wife, 48 year old Kathleen Peterson, had fallen down the stairs and they should hurry because she was still breathing. Six minutes later he called back and reported that Kathleen was no longer breathing, she was gone. Initially, it appeared that this had been a tragic accident, but as first responders and law enforcement began to arrive at the scene, the tension was palpable. The Peterson family and friends felt that Michael was being unfairly targeted, that the police were only suspicious of him because he had been loudly outspoken and critical of the Durham North Carolina Police Department in his role as columnist for a local paper. The law enforcement professionals on the scene claimed that from the moment they walked in, it felt as if something wasn’t right, and there was far too much blood for the death of Kathleen Peterson to be attributed to a simple fall down the stairs.  Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod ADS: 1. PDS Debt PDS DEBT is offering free debt analysis to our listeners just for completing the quick and easy debt assessment at www.PDSDebt.com/crime. 2. SmartNews Download SmartNews for free today in the app store to get the news that matters most. That’s S-M-A-R-T-N-E-W-S. Search for it in the Apple App store for your iPhone or iPad, or Google Play store for Android users. 3. Babbel Right now, get up to 55% off your subscription when you go www.babbel.com/CRIMEWEEKLY. Babbel—Language for life.
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It was a hot Summer afternoon in July of 2012 when young cousins, Lyric Cook-Morrissey and Elizabeth Collins happily rode away from Eizabeth’s house in Evansdale, Iowa. No one could imagine that these two little girls would never return home, and even though their bicycles and belongings were found within hours of them being reported missing, it would take months to find their bodies and lay them to rest. Over the last decade, the loss of Elizabeth and Lyric has had ripple effects through their community, and the stress and pain of never knowing what happened caused a rift amongst their family members. And with the recent arrest of Riched Allen, the suspect in the Delphi murders case, law enforcement has been investigating a possible connection between Allens and what happened to Elizabeth and Lyric in Evansdale just five years prior. Both crimes took place in small Midwestern towns of just a few thousand people, Evansdale is only three hundred miles from Delphi. Both crimes involved the horrific murders of two young girls who were out together alone, and there has been discussion about how the dates of both disappearances are anagrams of each other, with Elizabeth and Lyric vanishing on 7-13-12, and Abby and Libby going missing on 2-13-17. Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod ADS: You deserve one less thing to worry about. Let Daily Harvest take care of the fruits + veggies for you. Go to DAILY HARVEST dot com slash crimeweekly to get up to forty dollars off your first box! That’s DAILY HARVEST dot com slash crimeweekly for up to forty dollars off your first box! DAILY HARVEST dot com slash crimeweekly. Once you try Pretty Litter, it’ll be the only litter you ever use. Go to  Pretty Litter dot com slash crimeweekly to save twenty percent on your FIRST order. That’s Pretty Litter dot com slash crimeweekly to save twenty percent on your first order. Pretty Litter dot com, slash crimeweekly. Help your family share their story this holiday season with StoryWorth. Go to StoryWorth dot com slash crimeweekly today and save $10 on your first purchase! That’s S-T-O-R-Y-W-O-R-T-H dot com slash crimeweekly to save $10 on your first purchase! StoryWorth dot com slash crimeweekly. Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners! Go to Helix Sleep dot com slash crimeweekly. With Helix, better sleep starts now. Right now, get up to 55% off your subscription when you go to BABBEL dot com slash CRIMEWEEKLY. That’s BABBEL dot com slash CRIMEWEEKLY for up to 55% off your subscription. Babbel—Language for life.
It was an unseasonably warm January afternoon in Baltimore County, Maryland when 18-year-old Woodlawn High School senior Hae Min Lee left school in her gray 1998 Nissan Sentra and headed out to pick up her six-year-old cousin from kindergarten before going to her job at the local LensCrafters. But sometime after leaving Woodlawn High School and before picking up her little cousin, Hae Min Lee vanished into thin air. Less than a month later, maintenance worker Alonzo Sellers was driving back to his job at Coppin State College and drinking a beer when he realized he had to use the bathroom, and it couldn’t wait. Mr. Sellers pulled over on the side of the road and walked deep into the woods to relieve himself, at which point he made a gruesome discovery. According to his later testimony, Mr. Sellers said quote, “when I looked down I seen something that looked like hair, something that was covered by dirt. And I looked real good again, and that’s when I seen what looked like a foot” end quote. Alonzo Sellers had stumbled upon the body of Hae Min Lee, she had been strangled to death by the bare hands of her attacker, and within a few weeks, the police would make an arrest for her murder. But, the suspect was a person that no one would have suspected capable of such a horrific crime, the ex-boyfriend of Hae, a sweet and smart 17-year-old named Adnan Syed. But, stay with us, because, it’s complicated… Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod Ads: Now, as a special offer, you can get $15 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame when you go Skylight Frame dot com and enter code CRIMEWEEKLY. That’s right. To get $15 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame just go Skylight Frame dot com and enter code CRIMEWEEKLY. That’s S-K-Y-L- I-G-H-T-F-R-A-M-E dot com, promo code CRIMEWEEKLY. PDS DEBT is offering free debt analysis to our listeners just for completing the quick and easy debt assessment at www.PDSDebt.com/crime. That’s P-D-S-D-E-B-T.com/crime. Take back your financial freedom today by visiting PDSDEBT.com/crime. This holiday season, trade late nights for silent nights and get started with Stamps dot com today. Sign up with promo code CRIMEWEEKLY for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage, and a free digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Just go to Stamps dot com, click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code CRIMEWEEKLY. Right now, BÉIS (base) is offering our listeners 15% off your first purchase by visiting BEISTRAVEL.com/CRIMEWEEKLY. Go to BEISTRAVEL.com/CRIMEWEEKLY for 15% off your first purchase. That’s B-E-I-S-TRAVEL dot com slash CRIMEWEEKLY.
When a shocking crime occurs, former FBI Profiler Candice DeLong will have a lot to say about it. On KILLER PSYCHE DAILY, Candice digs into the motivations and behaviors of the criminal masterminds and killers who are dominating the headlines. For 10 minutes, five days a week, she draws on her years of experience to break down complex criminal cases, look back at the historic crimes that still haunt us today, and share new insights. With new episodes every Monday through Friday, KILLER PSYCHE DAILY delivers a lot of true crime in just a little bit of time. Listen only on Amazon Music: www.amazon.com/KPD_us_pfd_AA_110122
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It was an unseasonably warm January afternoon in Baltimore County, Maryland when 18-year-old Woodlawn High School senior Hae Min Lee left school in her gray 1998 Nissan Sentra and headed out to pick up her six-year-old cousin from kindergarten before going to her job at the local LensCrafters. But sometime after leaving Woodlawn High School and before picking up her little cousin, Hae Min Lee vanished into thin air. Less than a month later, maintenance worker Alonzo Sellers was driving back to his job at Coppin State College and drinking a beer when he realized he had to use the bathroom, and it couldn’t wait. Mr. Sellers pulled over on the side of the road and walked deep into the woods to relieve himself, at which point he made a gruesome discovery. According to his later testimony, Mr. Sellers said quote, “when I looked down I seen something that looked like hair, something that was covered by dirt. And I looked real good again, and that’s when I seen what looked like a foot” end quote. Alonzo Sellers had stumbled upon the body of Hae Min Lee, she had been strangled to death by the bare hands of her attacker, and within a few weeks, the police would make an arrest for her murder. But, the suspect was a person that no one would have suspected capable of such a horrific crime, the ex-boyfriend of Hae, a sweet and smart 17-year-old named Adnan Syed. But, stay with us, because, it’s complicated… Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod Ads: When your day is feeling stale, just ask: what will today spin? If you’re 21 or older you can join millions of players around the world. Download Slotomania, the #1 FREE slots game, on the App Store or Google Play Store and get one million free coins. That’s Slotomania on the App Store or Google Play Store for one million free coins. This holiday season, trade late nights for silent nights and get started with Stamps dot com today. Sign up with promo code CRIMEWEEKLY for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage, and a free digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Just go to Stamps dot com, click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code CRIMEWEEKLY. You deserve one less thing to worry about. Let Daily Harvest take care of the fruits + veggies for you. ! Go to DAILY HARVEST dot com slash crimeweekly to get up to forty dollars off your first box! That’s DAILY HARVEST dot com slash crimeweekly for up to forty dollars off your first box! DAILY HARVEST dot com slash crimeweekly. PDS DEBT is offering free debt analysis to our listeners just for completing the quick and easy debt assessment at www.PDSDebt.com/crime. That’s P-D-S-D-E-B-T.com/crime. Take back your financial freedom today by visiting PDSDEBT.com/crime.
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It was an unseasonably warm January afternoon in Baltimore County, Maryland when 18-year-old Woodlawn High School senior Hae Min Lee left school in her gray 1998 Nissan Sentra and headed out to pick up her six-year-old cousin from kindergarten before going to her job at the local LensCrafters. But sometime after leaving Woodlawn High School and before picking up her little cousin, Hae Min Lee vanished into thin air. Less than a month later, maintenance worker Alonzo Sellers was driving back to his job at Coppin State College and drinking a beer when he realized he had to use the bathroom, and it couldn’t wait. Mr. Sellers pulled over on the side of the road and walked deep into the woods to relieve himself, at which point he made a gruesome discovery. According to his later testimony, Mr. Sellers said quote, “when I looked down I seen something that looked like hair, something that was covered by dirt. And I looked real good again, and that’s when I seen what looked like a foot” end quote. Alonzo Sellers had stumbled upon the body of Hae Min Lee, she had been strangled to death by the bare hands of her attacker, and within a few weeks, the police would make an arrest for her murder. But, the suspect was a person that no one would have suspected capable of such a horrific crime, the ex-boyfriend of Hae, a sweet and smart 17-year-old named Adnan Syed. But, stay with us, because, it’s complicated… Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod Ads: Right now, BÉIS (base) is offering our listeners 15% off your first purchase by visiting BEISTRAVEL.com/CRIMEWEEKLY. That’s B-E-I-S-TRAVEL dot com slash CRIMEWEEKLY  Go to HelloFresh dot com slash crimeweekly65 and use code crimeweekly65 for 65% off plus free shipping!
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It was an unseasonably warm January afternoon in Baltimore County, Maryland when 18-year-old Woodlawn High School senior Hae Min Lee left school in her gray 1998 Nissan Sentra and headed out to pick up her six-year-old cousin from kindergarten before going to her job at the local LensCrafters. But sometime after leaving Woodlawn High School and before picking up her little cousin, Hae Min Lee vanished into thin air. Less than a month later, maintenance worker Alonzo Sellers was driving back to his job at Coppin State College and drinking a beer when he realized he had to use the bathroom, and it couldn’t wait. Mr. Sellers pulled over on the side of the road and walked deep into the woods to relieve himself, at which point he made a gruesome discovery. According to his later testimony, Mr. Sellers said quote, “when I looked down I seen something that looked like hair, something that was covered by dirt. And I looked real good again, and that’s when I seen what looked like a foot” end quote. Alonzo Sellers had stumbled upon the body of Hae Min Lee, she had been strangled to death by the bare hands of her attacker, and within a few weeks, the police would make an arrest for her murder. But, the suspect was a person that no one would have suspected capable of such a horrific crime, the ex-boyfriend of Hae, a sweet and smart 17-year-old named Adnan Syed. But, stay with us, because, it’s complicated… Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod Ads: Go to https://Surfshark.deals/crimeweekly and use code crimeweekly to get 83% off a 2 year plan plus 3 extra months for free! Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners! Go helixsleep.com/crimeweekly. With Helix, better sleep starts now. Go to dailyharvest.com/crimeweekly to get up to $40 off your first box! Switch to Amazon Pharmacy and save time, save money and stay healthy. Learn more at Amazon.com/crimeweekly
At around 9:30 on the morning of September 20th, 1988, 19-year-old Tara Calico left her New Mexico home and set out for her daily 17-mile bike ride along highway 47. Before leaving, she playfully asked her mother, Patty Doel, to come and get her if she wasn’t back by noon, because Tara had a lot of other things to do that day, and she needed to be kept on schedule. Tara did not return by noon, in fact, Tara Calico would never come home again, leaving behind multiple eyewitnesses who had seen her that morning, and very few clues as to what had happened to her, including pieces of her walkman and suspicious-looking bike tracks. Tara’s disappearance is considered to be an enduring mystery, but reportedly for those who live in Tara’s hometown of Belen New Mexico, it’s not a mystery at all. In fact, according to Melinda Esquibel, a former classmate of Tara’s and podcast host, “What makes the town charming is the same thing that makes it kind of scary. That you will go to great lengths to protect your own." Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod
At around 9:30 on the morning of September 20th, 1988, 19-year-old Tara Calico left her New Mexico home and set out for her daily 17-mile bike ride along highway 47. Before leaving, she playfully asked her mother, Patty Doel, to come and get her if she wasn’t back by noon, because Tara had a lot of other things to do that day, and she needed to be kept on schedule. Tara did not return by noon, in fact, Tara Calico would never come home again, leaving behind multiple eyewitnesses who had seen her that morning, and very few clues as to what had happened to her, including pieces of her walkman and suspicious-looking bike tracks. Tara’s disappearance is considered to be an enduring mystery, but reportedly for those who live in Tara’s hometown of Belen New Mexico, it’s not a mystery at all. In fact, according to Melinda Esquibel, a former classmate of Tara’s and podcast host, “What makes the town charming is the same thing that makes it kind of scary. That you will go to great lengths to protect your own." Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod Episode Ads: STAMPS.COM Get ahead of the holiday chaos this year. Get started with Stamps dot com today. Sign up with promo code CRIMEWEEKLY for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage and a free digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Just go to Stamps dot com, click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code CRIMEWEEKLY. HELIX Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners! Go to Helix Sleep dot com slash crimeweekly. With Helix, better sleep starts now.
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pjreynoldsrapify

Stephanie did a very good episode about Shanquella Robinson. I wish she and Derek would try to find out more about what's happening in her case. Seems like we're not hearing anything more from US media or the Mexican authorities. She was a bright young woman who was a successful entrepreneur at the age of 25. Her lousy, so called friends, beat her to death while on, what was supposed to be a wonderful weekend in a luxurious venue in Cabo. She deserves justice.

Jan 13th
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Kayla Abney

love this show

Jan 7th
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ID25429261

The cell phone pinging off the tower near the location of where Hae was found only on those two days in 5 weeks is EVERYTHING we all need to know!!! I’m convinced, Adnan got away with murder!!!

Jan 6th
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ID25429261

Thank you Derrick for making this come to an end. I am ready to hear about a different story. I am a little behind & literally rolled my eyes when I noticed you all are still talking about this story. Love you both so much :0)

Jan 6th
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Tara Smith

Derek, please stop defending or explaining why you talk about what you talk about, or how you talk about it. It sounds like you are constantly defending yourself, which gets SO old.

Jan 6th
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Lyse Bxl

A motive for Jay: maybe he liked Hae more than as a friend, or was attracted to her, found a excuse to be with her (buy a present for Stephanie), made a move on her in her car, and something went wrong and then he killed her?

Jan 5th
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Anthony Hoggard

Wow, the female presenter of this podcast is SO judgemental. She keeps minimising what Casey Anthony probably did, and shifting the blame onto the parents. She claims that this podcast will be an 'Unbiased' look at the case, but she has her mind made up from the beginning. She 'HAS' to be right in the discussions, she can't see or even consider anyone else's point of view. I'll definitely unsubscribe to this woman's rant.....sorry to this 'Podcast'.x

Jan 3rd
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Thea Mac

I'm glad they covered this case, I hadn't known much about it.

Dec 2nd
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Kristi Peters

I'm living under a rock bc up until recently I had never heard of this case

Nov 16th
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Allison Astolos

So, allegedly, in one version Jay may possibly have killed Hae Min Lee because he was jealous because Adnan and Stephanie were such good friends, since second grade. Why is Jay hanging out with Jen, his best friend, and it wasn't a problem? PS I love to hear both of y'all talk!

Nov 15th
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Stephanie Cunningham

was Adnan's car checked for Jay's prints?

Nov 13th
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Allison Astolos

🍌

Nov 11th
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Sharon

I know this case from Serial. I keep trying to listen to this podcast but I can't take Derrick's long-winded, repetitive comments. I quit listening.

Nov 5th
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Jenna Buckwheat

🍌

Oct 29th
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Erin Zanidean

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Oct 29th
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Thea Mac

🍌

Oct 29th
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Robbie Smith

🍌

Oct 28th
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Kristi Peters

if my children were missing id be a mess. no matter the length of time. my stomach tells me it was a inside job 😕

Oct 17th
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Kristi Peters

as of July 22 2022 Don wells was incarcerated for a dui.

Oct 17th
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M

also just a note.... Josh Powell was not a practicing Mormon. Susan was, and Josh was raised that way, but both him and his creepy father had turned their back on the religion for years

Oct 14th
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