The Fall Line: True Crime
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True crime podcasting often forgets that, underneath the gore and sensationalism, there are real people, real families, and real justice waiting to be served.
The Fall Line® is an antidote to that oversight — focused on ethical, deep-dive coverage of missing people, unsolved homicides, and unidentified persons called John and Jane Does.
We present carefully crafted true crime stories, thorough research and in-depth interviews with families, law enforcement, and experts. And we bring calls to action, so engaged true crime listeners can do their part to resolve cold cases.
Join us to learn about victims and survivors you’ve never heard of. . . and why their cases were ignored in the first place.
Missing Persons Day: Disappeared & Unidentified
The Disappearance of Brian Wehrle, Part 2: The Boathouse
The Disappearance of Brian Wehrle, Part 1: After the Flood
Update: The Disappearance of Brian Wehrle
The Murder of Matthew Rattlesnake Grant: MMIP
The Disappearance and Murder of Susana Morales
Introducing Dark Downeast
The Kidnapping of Raymond Green: A New Campaign
The Twiggs County John Doe, Part 2: The Road to Identity
The Twiggs County John Doe, Part 1: A Body Found in Macon
The Murder of Darren Gray Part 2: A Conspiracy of Silence
The Murder of Darren Gray Part 1: An Incident in City Park
Mississippi’s Missing And Unidentified
There is a living, unidentified person on NAMUS that I think should be checked with the Millbrook family DNA. It would be a long shot, but she is the right age and has some similarities to the Millbrook twins. She has amnesia and doesn't know who she is. @crimelinespod
I don't understand; if you have a DNA database from families and DNA from certain unidentified human remains, why can't you just run a match sequence on all of them? When you have DNA at a crime scene, you run that DNA against DNA in a database of known offenders or other crime scenes (CODIS). Why do they just cross reference on 'suggestion'? Make a database for missing and unidentified people to run against each other and family members.
He ran out to buy her a necklace to force her to touch her throat, his sign that he had to kill her. So sad, if she only knew.
#raymondgreen Bring Raymond home!
So someone is supposed to remember a day in 1990, and it's 2023 now. Can anyone remember a day in 1990?
How the hell two people go missing at the same time, and I'm assuming this happened in broad daylight.
no one heard anything when they surrounded him? like there's that 'skinner' you know fighting words
D'amiano.... he doesn't even consider the fact that at one point, his family was a family of immigrants. So much for self-awareness in that guy.
Having lost my son, only child who I was very close to, I can understand Tamika’s pain. I too have lost my capacity to stay focused on things or remember things. Grief is so life changing in many ways. Sending her love from one grieving mother to another. Angie
It's not Lincoln County Sheriff's Department. Lincoln is part of Talladega County.
Confused I don't recall hearing Christmas does name
My heart aches for her... sincerely wish I could give her a hug every single day. MAN! I hope we can help her find Raymond
it's horrifying that people would try to coerce murder victims' family members into participating in their documentaries
A Victorian woman leaves her home without her husband the police: is this one woman a prostitute???? if you listen to the episode it gives context