7 Must-Hear Podcasts If You Love True Crime

7 Must-Hear Podcasts If You Love True Crime

Are you one of those people who can't help but binge-watch Criminal Minds for hours on end? Do you wish you could have that experience on your commute or on the go?

Well, REJOICE because we've got the hottest list of true crime podcasts that will make your commute better than ever.

So pop on some headphones and get ready to be quite literally on the edge of your seat...

1. In The Dark

This show is reported by Madeleine Baran and APM Reports. It follows the story of Jason Wetterling who was abducted from his home in rural Minnesota – 27 years ago. This podcast is superbly produced and will leave you coming back for more, check it out here.


2. Serial


This well-known podcast follows the story of Adnan Syed, who claims his innocence in the murdering of his girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. It'll grip you from the first episode and is narrated by the talented Sarah Koeing. If you've never listened to a podcast, this is the one to get you hooked. Listen here.


3. Accused

Hosted by Amber Hunt,  'Accused' delves into the brutal murder of Elizabeth Andes, and the suspicion that her boyfriend Bob was wrongly acquitted. Brilliantly produced, this podcast is a must for those who enjoyed Serial.


4. Criminal


This podcast is narrated by Phoebe Judge and follows a new story each week. It focuses on all aspects of true crime and is only twenty-five minutes long. It's an easy listen and is good for people who don't like commitment. Check it out here.


5. Unsolved

Narrated by Gina Barton, Unsolved is a seven-part series that delves into the murder of 14-year old John Zena – who was killed in 1976. Gripping from start to finish this true crime account will leave you wanting more, listen here.


6. Missing


Hosted by Tim Weaver this series investigates the world of missing people. Weaver questions aspects of how and why people disappear, and can people really go off the grid? It was voted one of the best podcasts last year and you can see why check it out here.


7. And finally...The Mind of  A Murderer

This show gives an interesting aspect into the genre of true crime and is narrated by criminal psychologist, Dr. Michelle Ward. Featuring interviews with real-life murderers, Ward truly taps into the mind of a murderer. You will be addicted in no time. Check it out here.


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Mark Farrelly

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