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13 Best True Crime Podcasts of 2019

From The Clearing to Detective Trapp, here are the best true crime podcasts of the year.

By Kelly McClure

Taken on Thanksgiving: The Unsolved Disappearance of the Skelton Brothers

On Thanksgiving Day 2010, three brothers were taken by their father and never seen again.

By Stephanie Weber

32 Most Horrifying Serial Killer Books

Get ready to see the darkest side of humanity.

By MacKenzie Stuart

12 True Crime Books for Hardcore Fans of Last Podcast on the Left

Rise from your grave! These chilling true crime reads will take you deep down the rabbit hole…

By Orrin Grey

Bodies on the Beach: The Chilling Cold Case of the Long Island Serial Killer

The search for one victim led to the discovery of countless others... and to the ice-cold trail of an unknown killer.

By Dave Adams

Unheard: The Fred & Rose West Tapes Delves into the Hellish Crimes of Fred and Rose West

25 years after Fred and Rose West's killing spree stunned England, the journalist who first broke the story revisits the case in a gripping new true crime podcast.

By MacKenzie Stuart

Los Feliz Murder House: The L.A. Dream Home That Turned into a Nightmare

It was an enviable abode—until Harold Perelson turned it into a house of horrors.

By Chris Mahon

A Passion for Animals Turns Vicious in This Explosive New True Crime Podcast

Rival animal lovers face off in Joe Exotic, the newest season of Over My Dead Body.

By MacKenzie Stuart

10 Must-Read Jack the Ripper Books

His true identity remains unknown to this day.

By Orrin Grey

Unraveling the Horrors of Fox Hollow Farm

Step inside a suspected serial killer’s house of horrors—if you dare.

By Matthew Thompson

13 True Crime Books for Fans of Mindhunter

Peer into the dark corners of the human mind.

By Dave Adams

Helter Skelter: A Look Inside the Manson Family Murders

The brutal murder of Sharon Tate and other socialites foreshadowed the end of hippie culture.

By John Freund

20 Little-Known Facts About Sharon Tate, the Tragic Manson Family Victim

A bright light was extinguished far too early by the Manson Family.

By Catherine Phelan

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