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"In a weird, fucked up way, you’re doing good."   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"They were thriving on the secrecy. The secrecy was their currency."   If you have recommendations for people we should profile in futures seasons of Vigilante, please leave them in a review in Apple Podcasts, or you can email them to vigilante@kastmedia.com   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim Miller: Epilogue

Tim Miller: Epilogue

2022-06-2041:466

Host Allie Conti joins Hannah Smith (The Opportunist) in conversation about the making of Vigilante, season one.   If you have recommendations for people we should profile in futures seasons of Vigilante, please leave them in a review in Apple Podcasts, or you can email them to vigilante@kastmedia.com   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What really happened to Laura Miller?   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
4 of 5: To Walk Alone

4 of 5: To Walk Alone

2022-06-0645:1210

“Got to do whatever works, dear.”   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3 of 5: Lessons

3 of 5: Lessons

2022-05-3042:396

Marla recovers a memory.   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2 of 5: Fun and Games

2 of 5: Fun and Games

2022-05-2347:2010

“I set his ass up."   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A famous search-and-rescuer invites a journalist to Texas, where not everything is as it seems.   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tim Miller is a famous search-and-rescuer in Dickinson, Texas, who's helped track down more than 300 missing persons. After 38 years of searching, he’s now convinced that he’s finally solved his own daughter’s murder.  In the first season of VIGILANTE, Allie Conti (New York Times, Vice) explores the human cost of Tim’s singular obsession with the case—from the people he’s falsely accused in the past, to the current girlfriend he’s put in the crosshairs of a possible serial killer. As Allie prepares to interview the suspect in person, she grapples with whether she might be the latest victim of Tim’s vigilantism.   Listen to Vigilante ad-free, with bonus content, at KastMedia.com/KastPlus. Listen to Vigilante ad-free on Amazon music, at https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8759a8f-17e7-4e15-a42b-99161907255b/vigilante.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Comments (25)

Ivy Little

It had a lot of potential, and started out pretty interesting, but the bottom really fell out before the end. I kept being frustrated at the level of investigative journalism she DIDN'T do: calls she didn't make, stories she never checked around to verify or discount, details from the evidence she supposedly sorted through, etc. She teased a lot of details and twists that just kind of fizzled out, and left the story with an abrupt, incomplete, anticlimactic conclusion. I found myself getting more and more annoyed with the repetitive speculation in place of real thorough investigation. I just ended the podcast feeling like it was a big waste of time. I liked her voice, and the premise was interesting. I just think there are many other journalists doing this job so much more thoroughly, she could use some practice or mentoring or something before her next season. I also found it odd when she'd play a barely intelligible sound clip from an interview, acknowledge that it was almost impossible to hear or understand, but then not repeat/translate what exactly was said. Strange editing choice. I wish her luck in all her future endeavors, but yeah. I give it a B- at best.

Aug 30th
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LaSandra Lee

incredibly disappointing journalism. get the story girl, or someone else will.

Aug 29th
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George Karapas

Hmm not sure but as an investigative reporter you seem hesitant to test the veracity of the proposed evidence of guilt. You brushed clean the terrible and tragic circumstances of the man that Tim destroyed to his ultimate death. He said sorry and they shed tears together and then he top himself, oh well collateral damage we move on. Oh gee how remarkable a late witness arrives who only knew evidence that Tim also knew but no name and at some point we may have a press conference. I hope it's true but you must have some doubts that Tim is using your platform to further his own beliefs and it gave an end to a non investigative podcast.

Jul 27th
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ID26306161

Interesting! Thought provoking. Well done.

Jul 23rd
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Leanne Rambo

Tim and John, from S-Town pod, have to be related! so many s-town vibes here

Jul 22nd
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PotatoCouch

this guy with Texas equisearch is giving off some SERIOUS creepy vibes. he makes my skin crawl

Jul 12th
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PotatoCouch

this guy gives me absolutely bad vibes. bad, bad vibes. complete narcissist. I had NO idea about what I thought was a reputable agency

Jul 12th
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Full Metal Jackalope

Pleasantly surprised this wasn’t hating on Tim Miller. The trailers kinda hinted at that. Very good podcast. He’s so interesting.

Jun 18th
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Patrick Lary

seems to me that even though Tim has helped many families get the answers they needed, he is way to personally, and emotionally, invested to be able to be impartial enough to be providing any contributions to the killing fieilds cases. how does anyone know that this isnt another of tims crazy schemes to destroy the man he has decided is responsible. the man with the confession being given immunity is just way to convenient. Tim could believe so deeply that Clyde is responsible, that he found someone willing to say what Tim needed him to say to get clyde put away. immunity basically gives someone free rein to say whatever they want, true or not. I dont buy it at all. Tim has already destroyed one mans life, and he for all intents and purposes made him kill himself. and Tim was dead wrong. this is exactly why police dont allow families to activly help in an investigation and they practice degrees of removal when someone may be tied personally to a case. nevertheless I was born in Galveston, my dad still lives in Houston, there was a time when I entertained the idea that maybe my own father could have been responsible for the killing fields murders. hes the right age. he has always dated women that were younger than himself and they mostly fit the description of the murder victims. hhe worked there at Lipton and on the banana boats. many times in my youth and as an adult we would get on his motorcycle and roam the streets of league city, Texas city and all the other little haunted towns between Houston and Galveston. but this could be my father trying to capture a slight glimpse of his youth, or is it something more sinister? my father has never given me any reason to think he could be capable of doing something like what was done to the murder victims, but when you grow up within that 45 minute stretch of highway between Galveston and Houston, its inevitable that you eventually hear about the killing fields and if you let your imagination guide your thoughts and beliefs it could be dangerous. one day I hope this case is solved but I seriously doubt it will.

Jun 15th
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Foo Phizers

What a waste of time podcast with pointless meandering from your stereotypical millennial being dramatic and not reading the room. Tim Miller has done more in a day than this host has done in her whole entitled life. Dont quit your day job lady

Jun 13th
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Charlie Dumont

So what happens next? No real ending. Who is the guy who called. Did Clyde do it? Have I missed something

Jun 13th
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Nicole Harrison

loving this podcast...well done

Jun 11th
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Mae Arant

Dismayed that Ms. Conti is expressing more concern about herself for no apparent reason than the victims who were murdered or the viciousness of the suspect's acts toward his daughter.

Jun 9th
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