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Think nothing ever happens in your town? Australia's suburbs are home to some of the most mysterious and disturbing true crime cases in the world.Meshel Laurie is a true crime obsessive. Emily Webb is a true crime author. And together with expert interviews with writers, victims, investigators and perpetrators, they probe the underbelly of our towns and suburbs, and uncover the darkness at the heart of Australian life. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. See aca ...
 
Explore some of the most heinous, controversial, heartbreaking and thought-provoking true crime cases in Canadian history with Kristi Lee, an Australian who has been living in Canada for 12 years. Utilizing facts curated from court documents, trial reporting and news archives, you'll also hear about relevant social and historical factors that impact crime. New episodes on the 1st and 15th of each month. Learn more at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.
 
Join hosts Shaun and Chloe each week as they discuss an Australian criminal case, deep diving into the backgrounds of perpetrators, details of crimes, impact on victims, and affects on the community. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/true-blue-crime. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Nominated for 4 Australian Podcast Awards, including 2019 Best Independent True Crime. Barney Black and Tara Sariban discuss the dark details of lesser know true crime stories from Australia and around the world. As avid listeners of true crime podcasts they aim to add to the conversation by talking about murders that haven't been done to death on other shows. Their humour comes from some rather unusual places but never at the expense of the victims or their families. See acast.com/privacy f ...
 
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Between the beaches of Bondi and Tamarama in Sydney’s picturesque Eastern suburbs, lies a steep cliff face. Parks and a walking track sit above, attracting tourists from all over the world. But below is rock and the white, foamy Pacific Ocean, the water appearing black at night time. In the 1980s, there was no railing separating the track from the …
 
Show Notes Ep 233 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Hedley Thomas, the award-winning journalist who brought us The Teacher’s Pet and The Night Driver is back with a new podcast series called Shandee’s Story. He joins us to talk about those cases, but also about the unsolved crime that haunts his own family. Buy CSI Told You…
 
It’s 1888, and a man who will become perhaps the most infamous serial killer in history is terrorising the streets of London. Fog rises from the damp streets of the Whitechapel district, a largely impoverished area, which has earned itself a reputation for being a cauldron of immorality. Poverty, racism, hundreds of lodging houses which function as…
 
Would you be able to get away with lying? Real Crime investigator Adam Shand speaks with expert lie detector Steve Van Aperen about the clear give aways of liars, how certain criminals have tried to clear a lie detector test and some of the biggest murder cases that have been brought to justice through a simple line of deceptive questioning. See om…
 
Episode 232 It’s hard to imagine a job where you have to be vigilant all the time, being ready to attend to traumatic and unpredictable situations. But that’s what prison officers have to do every day. Social worker and therapist Bruce Perham has worked with hundreds of officers and he’s written a book called Code Blue: Prison Officer in Danger abo…
 
In 1996, a body washed up in a fishing net off the south coast of Devon in the UK. Through intrepid detective work, English police would link it back to a diabolical Canadian criminal who left an unbelievable trail of destruction behind in Southwestern Ontario. This is the story of the crimes of Albert Johnson Walker. If you recognize the name and …
 
It’s a bleak, cold morning, on July 4, 1975. A 34-year-old man named Eddie Trigg waits inside the Carousel Cabaret nightclub, known to most as a seedy bar located in the heart of Sydney’s Kings Cross. But that’s not why Eddie, with a beard and sharp hazel eyes, is there. After all, it’s just past 10:30am. He is there to meet someone. Juanita Nielse…
 
Episode 231 There were only two unsolved murders in the state of Victoria in 1942, and they are heavily shrouded in mystery. These murders happened during World War II time, on the Bellarine Peninsula, in Queenscliff, in an area occupied by Australian troops who were patrolling and defending the coastline. Early one cold, wintry morning in late May…
 
In 1983, in Manhattan Beach, California, one woman named Judy Johnson put forward an allegation. Her two-and-a-half-year-old son was, at the time, attending McMartin preschool. Johnson claimed that her son had been sexually abused by a teacher at the school named Ray Buckley. Her claims were unlike anything police had heard before. Although there w…
 
Show Notes Ep 230 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Was a man convicted of murder in Australia in the late 19th Century also responsible for the Jack the Ripper murders in London? Far from being a Ripper 'fan', author Garry Linnell is intrigued by Victorian history. In his new book ‘Devil’s Work’, he doesn't just retell the…
 
Danielle Paradis is a journalist based in Edmonton, Alberta with a special interest in Indigenous and women's issues. She's been published by Chatelaine, CANADALAND, BUSTLE, Star Metro Edmonton, Gig City, The Spraw and more. Dani has also pitched, researched and contributed to the writing of several episodes for Canadian True Crime - including Sask…
 
Yukon | In 1996, 15 year old Maranda Shelly Peter waved to her mother as she left to go to the movies with her boyfriend. But the next morning, Maranda hadn't returned home. It would take some time, but the discovery of where Maranda really was would shake the territory. Resources on intergenerational or transgenerational trauma: Breaking the Chain…
 
#TruthandReconciliationDay | September 30, 2021 is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation here in Canada, and we all have a part to play in educating ourselves and spreading the message. This is an overview of how Residential Schools came to be and what happened, and below are some recommended resources for further learning. Recommende…
 
It’s October 24, 1997, and 25-year-old Anu Singh, a promising young law student, invites friends over for a dinner party. She lives in a Canberra townhouse with her 26-year-old boyfriend Joe Cinque. The pair met two years prior at a night out in Newcastle. He was said to be immediately taken by Singh, and they quickly became inseparable. But someth…
 
Show Notes Ep 229 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Well I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, some of the best people I’ve ever met have been to prison. Here’s another one. Catherine from Horsham went to jail, and she’s thoroughly lovely, in fact, I bet you can totally relate to her. I'm a bit delirious with our endle…
 
It’s Boxing Day, 1964, when a 26-year-old man named Ian Brady, and a 22-year-old woman named Myra Hindley, attend a fair in Ancoats, an area in Manchester, North West England. The pair had met three years prior when Myra had developed an infatuation with Ian. Finally, Ian showed interest and asked her to the movies. They have been inseparable ever …
 
Episode 290 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie & Emily Webb. What does organised crime have to do with supply chains…and how is forensic science used to trace things like gold, diamonds and even food. These were the questions I had for Western Australia based Cameron Scadding who is a Forensic and Analytical Chemist and founder and Managin…
 
It was 6am on March 1, 2000, when John Price’s neighbour noticed his car was still in the driveway. It struck him as unusual. John’s supervisor noticed his absence at work too. An off-handed comment he’d made the day before made his co-workers feel uneasy. At 8:10am, Officer Matthews and Officer Furlonger arrived at John’s home. His front door was …
 
*Part 3 of 3 Jason Klaus and Joshua Frank go to trial with completely new stories. What was the truth? Thanks for supporting our sponsors! See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads? Access early episodes without the ads plus occasional bonus content on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more Credits: Research: Gemma Harris Writing: Kristi Lee A…
 
Real Crime investigator Adam Shand talks to retired NSW detective Jim Counsel, head of the 1991 investigation into the murder of heart surgeon Dr Victor Chang, who was shot down in a Sydney street. Counsel recalls the hunt to bring Chang's killers to justice which spanned two continents. For more episodes download the free LiSTNR App See omnystudio…
 
Real Crime investigator Adam Shand talks to retired Victorian detective Alex Krstic who was on the team that took out shooter Pavel Marinov, known as Mad Max in 1986. Krstic reflects on the manhunt and its brutal finale. He was later posted to Broadmeadows CIB and was witness to the start of Melbourne's bloody gangland war. See omnystudio.com/liste…
 
Episode 289 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb. Andrew Rule, our favourite intrepid crime writer is back to chat with us at Australian True Crime. As well as being fascinated by crime, Andrew is also intrigued by the horse racing industry. He has a new book out called Chance: Of Grit and Gamblers and the Romance of Racing th…
 
Show Notes Ep 228 of Australian True Crime with Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb Veteran journalist and True Crime author Debi Marshall joins us to talk about her new book, Banquet: The Untold Story of Adelaide’s Family Murders. It follows on from her Foxtel series and podcast, Frozen Lies. You can subscribe to the podcast here. You can buy the book he…
 
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