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Former LulaRoe consultant Heidi Castellani joined the company in 2014 after moving to Connecticut and becoming a new mom. She was drawn into the multilevel marketing company by the comfortable leggings and instantaneous community of women she found. Heidi shares her experience, and why after two years, and tens of thousands lost, she was done.For even more on the story of LuLaRoe, check out the new discovery+ podcast, The Rise and Fall of LuLaRoe. Follow wherever you get your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
If you enjoyed Unraveled, check out a new season of Mind of a Monster from ID. Episode 1 is available to listen here. Follow Mind of a Monster wherever you get your podcasts. In this season, criminal psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward takes us to Washington State in the 1970s to investigate two of the most prolific serial killers in US history – Ted Bundy and the so-called Green River Killer, Gary Ridgway. Both use deception to prey on young women and utilize the vast terrain to dump their bodies. And they did it almost 100 times between them – maybe more. In this episode, multiple young women are disappearing without a trace. Then, on September 7, law enforcement’s worst fears are confirmed when human remains are found in the woods near Issaquah. But there is even worse to come… Watch full episodes of Mind of a Monster on discovery+:  discoveryplus.com/mindofamonster. Start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Wondery Presents: Fed-Up

Wondery Presents: Fed-Up

2022-07-2504:271

When Emily Gellis hears rumors of people suffering horrible side effects from a trendy diet she springs into action. Armed with over a hundred thousand Instagram followers, Emily launches a social media crusade to expose F-Factor and its founder, Tanya Zuckerbrot. It’s the start of a feud that will attract trolls, lawyers, and, eventually, national media all because of fiber. From Wondery, this is a story about wealth, wellness, and influence hosted by Casey Wilson. wondery.fm/Unraveled_FEDUP See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Get an advanced listen of the new true crime podcast series “Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer”. Investigative journalists Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen re-examine the murders from a decade ago to find out why the case is still unsolved. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alexis’s childhood friend claims to have key evidence that could lead to solving the ten year mystery of the Long Island Serial Killer murders. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alexis and Billy uncover a secret from the past with incriminating information about the former Chief of Police of Suffolk County. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alexis and Billy revisit another Long Island murder case from 1979, and uncover a troubling connection with two of the authorities trusted to lead the LISK investigation. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After uncovering evidence that law enforcement had not been doing everything in their power to solve the LISK case, Alexis and Billy go back to the start of investigation and the gruesome discovery of 11 victims between December 2010 and December 2011. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S1 Ep. 5: Oak Beach

S1 Ep. 5: Oak Beach

2021-02-2443:0741

A former sex worker discloses disturbing details about an encounter she had with the soon-to-be-named chief of police at a sex party in Oak Beach, a secretive community just two miles from where the LISK dumped the bodies of 11 dead sex workers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S1 Ep. 6: New Evidence

S1 Ep. 6: New Evidence

2021-03-0347:4333

With a cloud of suspicion hanging over the Suffolk County Police Department, Billy and Alexis interview the new officials in charge of the LISK investigation, plus share some startling new evidence that was recently revealed. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Alexis and Billy examine all the theories in the case, from how many killers are out there to who the leading suspects are—as well as share their personal thoughts on what went wrong during the investigation and who the LISK is. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen reveal damning new information from the Long Island Serial Killer case, including hidden clues unearthed from the police's own website. Plus, they preview the rest of the Unraveled anthology, including the decades-long pursuit of the most prolific cyberstalker to ever strike, a stunning fresh take on a millionaire murder mystery, a shocking exposé on the world of forensic experts, and the reveal of a new breed of killer hidden among us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Get an advanced listen of the new season of Unraveled, "Unraveled: The Stalker's Web." Investigative journalists Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen track a prolific online predator's trail of destruction to unmask this deadly threat. Coming June 16th, 2021.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep.1:Antisense

S2 Ep.1:Antisense

2021-06-1644:5427

Alexis and Billy talk with "Vanessa," a victim whose life has been upended by vicious online attacks for two decades. She is one of the first victims of the serial predator known as "Antisense." See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep.2: Rachel

S2 Ep.2: Rachel

2021-06-2343:3719

Victim "Rachel" reveals how a weekend fling with "Antisense"—now known as Jason Christopher Hughes—turned into a decades-long campaign of online attacks that destroyed her other relationships.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
An old friend of Jason Christopher Hughes' tells the story of how they met, and how he witnessed JCH's stalking techniques—until a falling out between them turned him into another one of Jason's victims.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep.4: Mother

S2 Ep.4: Mother

2021-07-0742:0214

Alexis and Billy track down Jason's mother, who shares the tumultuous backstory of her son's upbringing, including the revelation that he started stalking his first victim in the fourth grade.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep.5: The Devil's Web

S2 Ep.5: The Devil's Web

2021-07-1441:5014

With help from a cybercrime expert, Alexis & Billy investigate the sinister tools of the cyberstalking trade to learn how Jason torments his victims and escapes detection by concealing his identity.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep.6: Hiding Out

S2 Ep.6: Hiding Out

2021-07-2141:0512

After years of Jason Christopher Hughes evading authorities, federal agents use cyber-tracking to locate him, and their manhunt comes to an end when he is found in one of the most populous cities on Earth.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
S2 Ep.7: The Aftermath

S2 Ep.7: The Aftermath

2021-09-0137:236

Billy & Alexis discuss other shocking cyberstalking cases, including a childhood friendship that turned sour, a mystery predator targeting highschoolers, and a deranged roommate who became a city-wide terrorist.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comments (88)

Lenora Thorium

The 80s were a different time, truly. As kids we used to ride our bikes all over the neighborhood, completely unsupervised all day long, until it was time for dinner. It was a great time to be a kid, and the 90s were a fucking fantastic time to be a young adult. Then the internet was invented, and everything changed. 😥

Sep 7th
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Cristina Corales

So she knows what this guy is doing but still she puts up photos of her baby?? WTF

Jul 13th
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Trevor Bloye

what a great pod cast the balance between the two of you is excellent. Thankyou for putting together a wonderful and edge of seat production. keep it going guys your on a winner

Jul 6th
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Kristen High

OMG - he lived one street over from me for the last 17 years. It is eerie to walk the dog past there now like nothing happened. I also had my picture taken by him at Smoketown during the 6th grade party. It was a bunch of moms and he was friendly if not cheesy...

Jun 20th
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Jill Bertschinger-Kimmle

I've had casual conversations with friends about prescription antidepressants... not all that weird. I take Zoloft as well and have recommended to friends to ask their doctors about it. I don't see that as odd at all.

May 13th
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Foo Phizers

Another fact they aren't mentioning about profilers is the exclusion of black men in their theorys of serial killers. And now with familial DNA we are finding more and more minorities as serial killers that were over looked like Mr little etc. Profilers are no better than psychics.

Apr 20th
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Mar 16th
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Stacey King

Terrible what happened to these ladies!! This LLR rep was LUCKY. She says she lost $50k....however she made 10s of thousands while in LLR.

Mar 7th
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Dana English

The entire Justice system needs to admit that they knowingly send innocent people to prison by abuse of power because they are not held accountable for their actions. all for the WIN! Its a game they play amongst themselves with no concern for the lives they ruin. I don't know how these criminals sleep at night. And to admit they were wrong. because they will never admit the real truth of the atrocities they inflict, that will never happen. They would rather keep innocent people in prison than admit a "mistake". Accountability. start there. it will never happen.

Jan 26th
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Tasia

Always crooked cops that are involved with snuff films!! The only way to get away with it is to have someone on the inside! Disgusting!

Jan 23rd
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Andreas Danz

worst true crime podcast ever.

Jan 20th
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alli lent

with him bringing up the money situation, it has me thinking.. if he is telling the truth, maybe Diane knew that her death would take all their money away and thought if she killed Bob and then herself, the girls would still get to keep the money - because she would have gotten full ownership of the money when he died and then it would be left to the girls

Jan 19th
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Foo Phizers

so Bob and his kids don't even have the same theory of what happened? Dang Bob atleast keep to the script. This is the first time I've felt bad for the girls, they would be happier if they stopped contact with him since he's still manipulating them. This would be a good case for the Id channel series Reasonable Doubt ,would love to see the hosts them give the girls the truth instead of blowing smoke like others have done

Jan 19th
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Joan Heelan

way too much repetition and dramatic sound effects. could have been edited down to 4 or 5 episodes and would have been less irritating

Jan 13th
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Kelly Kampa Allen

Privilege much???

Jan 12th
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alice

nope, not buying it, sorry. how is this podcast still trying to defend him honestly wtf.

Jan 12th
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😀😁😂🤣😃😄🤬😡🥱🤫🤔

That email is about as believable as one from a Nigerian prince promising you millions of $$$. LOL

Jan 12th
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Foo Phizers

Glad the judge stood up for the mother during the sentencing since no one else would. So annoying how everytime Bob faces any type of justice the Daughters argument is "he's old what's the point of him going to prison" can you imagine if thats how justice worked? I guess the golden state killer should go free also?

Jan 12th
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Michele Vandetty

"They have to hold some cards close to their chest, but we don't" Do you not realize there could be VERY valid reasons for that? I have listened to this entire podcast & was very impressed up until that statement. You're basically saying that you don't give a rats ass about all the years of legit investigating that HAS been done for this case and you don't care about the victims or their families...that you would willingly potentially undo the work that they've done just for a "successful" podcast. That is extremelY disheartening.

Jan 12th
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SPL80

So if Diane cared so much for her precious Bill, why would she even consider committing suicide while he was home? Why would she stage a small scene. Putting her husband at the scene an hour before her death. Does that makes sense? This is a lot of forethought for a woman loaded up on Celexa! Mallory is atrocious. If you want to put the blame on someone, blame yourself for witnessing your mother's downward spiral and doing absolutely nothing to help her. I am disgusted-still throwing tantrums at this age because you didn't get your way.

Jan 11th
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