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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.
 
Are killers born or are they made? Does everyone have the capacity to commit murder? Why is true crime so popular today? The Philosophy of Crime tackles the biggest questions about unsolved mysteries by looking to classical philosophy for answers. Hosted by award-winning journalist, James Renner, author of True Crime Addict. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/philosophyofcrime/support
 
When 19-year old Jessica Chambers is horrifically murdered, set on fire in her car, her rural Mississippi community is rocked. As investigators work to figure out who could have done this and why, there’s an onslaught of online sleuths digitally descending on this grieving community wreaking havoc and placing blame. Finally, after a 14-month investigation, there’s a surprise arrest and trial of the accused with an ending that sends shockwaves once again. Hosted by Beth Karas.
 
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Jennifer Fay, a beautiful 16yr old disappeared from hardscrabble Brockton, Massachusetts in November 1989. She attended a series of parties in her neighborhood, she never returned. The police lost precious time treating the case as a runaway. The Fay's were told the police were coming to the house with a trained police dog and an evidence collectio…
 
Does Bob like Gordon Ramsay? How is he coping with the return of winter? And why has Adam been in custody in Luton Police Station? To find out the answers to these question and a whole lot more, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws. Adam chats about a walesonline.co.uk article which looks at the real lif…
 
Show notes for Episode 206: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb With thanks to James Harding and Steve. For one family at least, connecting with James Harding’s Hard Cuddles organisation was the intervention that made the difference. Steve was fresh out of jail when he met James Harding. He was a convicted domestic abuser, helpless against …
 
What extravagant drink has Bob been sipping this week? Are Adam's gardening tips any good? And should our hosts start a spin-off weather podcast? For all this 'amazing' content and loads more, listen to episode 136 of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws. We hear about a new upcoming ITV crime drama called Too Close, Adam reveals that …
 
Narelle Fraser and her mentor Lorraine Blackwell discuss the beginning of Victoria Police’s SOCIT, the Sexual Offence and Child Abuse Investigation Teams , among other things. This was originally a Patreon-only episode but we’ve released it as a special companion episode to this week’s main show. You can support us with a one-off contribution here.…
 
Dr. Richard Sharpe could be described as many things, genius, arrogant, anti-social, successful, cruel. Richard was raised in a highly abusive household. He stereotypically continued the abuse, hitting and tormenting his wife and children. The fact that Richard graduated from medical school, while constantly abusing his family, highlights his compl…
 
A mother from country Victoria wants us to know what it’s really like, day-by-day, for a family after they report their daughter’s rape by a family friend. You can support us with a one-off contribution here. You can become a patron here. You can subscribe to Calm Ya Farm here. You can visit the Calm Ya Farm website here. Show notes for Episode 205…
 
Louise Woodard was wholly unqualified to care for an infant and a toddler. The eighteen year old nanny was in over her head caring for two active children. She was reprimanded for coming home late and not being able to get up with the children she was supervising, Louise resented this correction and the situation was about to come to a head. On the…
 
Ellery Kane’s life is non-stop crime. By day Ellery is a forensic psychologist and she evaluates prison inmates in California, most of whom have committed murder or another serious crime and have been in jail for a very long time, and are coming up for parole. Ellery’s the author of the detective thriller series featuring Criminal Psychologist Oliv…
 
Have Adam and Bob had an exciting week? How many times will Peter James be mentioned in this episode? And just how funny is it when Adam keeps ruining Bob's pause for dramatic effect? Listen to this week's episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws to find out. Adam chats about an Irish Times article on how US author Harlen Coben …
 
A group of high school sophomores all hung around together. Matthew Borges age 15, thought his girlfriend was cheating on him, she wasn't. But that did not stop Matthew in enlisting other members of the crew to rob the victim. The plan was Matthew would take his friend Lee Paulino to the nearby river to smoke and talk through their damaged friendsh…
 
Travis Winks talks about the chain reaction of events that turned his normal, Queensland family into a tragic, sensational headline. You can support us with a one-off contribution here. You can become a patron here. You can subscribe to Calm Ya Farm here. You can visit the Calm Ya Farm website here. Show notes for Episode 204: Your hosts are Meshel…
 
Would you like to know which Covid jab Bob got last week? Has he had enough coffee to get himself ready for the episode? And does Adam really look better by closing his blinds? You can find out the answers in this week's episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws. Adam reveals how Ian Rankin upset some Scottish villagers, Bob has …
 
Phia Power’s brother Corey wasn’t exactly a model citizen, but should that make us any less interested in seeing justice for his murder? You can support us with a one-off contribution here. You can become a patron here. Show notes for Episode 203: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb With thanks to Phia Power. Like us on Facebook ​ Follow us…
 
Woburn Massachusetts, Police officer Jack Maguire answered a radio call for an armed robbery at Kohl's the day after Christmas 2010. Jack was forced to engage an armed robber. He heroically did what was necessary, however Jack was struck four times in the chest and succumbed to his wounds a short time later. The career felon was removed from the ea…
 
Why is Bob running out of laptops? Will he stop fiddling with his phone and pay attention? And just how much are our hosts looking forward to being able to present the podcast from Adam's garden? Find out in this week's episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws. Bob recommends we all go and listen to the podcast Obsessed With Lin…
 
Neil Mercer and Ruby Jones are still investigating the crimes of Neville Tween, who stalked Sydney’s Northern Beaches without apparent impunity in the 70s and 80s. He trained up dozens of other sex offenders and released them into the community too. How did he get away with so much for so long? The unsolved disappearance of Trudy Adams was just the…
 
Deanna Cremin was 17yrs old and had an entire life in front of her. 1995 was a year of firsts for the beautiful Somerville, Massachusetts teen. She got her driver's license and a job at a local market. She also had a boyfriend. On the night of March 30, 1995 she was walked halfway home by her boyfriend. Her body was found by school children the nex…
 
Would you like to hear Adam's excuse to avoid Valentine's Day? Maybe you want to know if he took an opportunity to use his own NAME DROP ALERT button? Or perhaps you're interested in hearing about Bob's new weekly feature? Well, you can hear it all in this week's episode of Partners in Crime with Adam Croft and Robert Daws. Bob recommends ITV crime…
 
In the second half of our series on the Falmouth Fox, we cover the disappearance another young man, Paul Alwardt. He was set to testify against Melvin Reine. The cops put the kid on the ferry to Martha's Vineyard, he never got off the boat. Paul was never seen again. We also cover the attempted murder of Falmouth police officer, John Busby. Officer…
 
After World War II, Sydney experienced a crime wave and it was women who were the perpetrators. The household poison thallium, normally used to kill rats, was the murder weapon to kill husbands and other inconvenient family members. Unlike arsenic or cyanide, thallium is colourless, odourless and tasteless; victims were misdiagnosed as insane malin…
 
This may be the strangest story you've never heard of. Melvin Reine was suspected in three homicides on scenic Cape Cod. He was also the local arsonist. He served 18 months in Walpole State Prison for a string of arsons in the late 60's. He vowed to never go back. The police were terrified of this guy, maybe because he lit the police chief's cruise…
 
Author Brian Willams is back with another deep dive into crime - this time the baffling Tynong and Frankston North Serial Killings that are still unsolved 40 years since the discovery of three female murder victims who were ritualistically concealed in Victorian bushland. We also spoke to Brian for Episode #59 about serial killer Martha Needles. Sh…
 
Would you like to hear — for the first time ever — Bob being told he's too quiet? What happens when Adam's son James decides to invade the studio? And why does he call his Daddy, Jupiter? You can hear all this in the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Robert Daws and Adam Croft. Bob chats about Netflix and ITV drama Marcella, which is now on …
 
Jeremiah age 5, went missing in September 2013, his mother NEVER reported him missing. One of his siblings did, she told school authorities that all of her siblings were being abused at home, the abuse was so horrific one child had lost a portion of a finger. This brave girl also told officials that she hadn't seen her brother Jeremiah, in weeks. T…
 
There was a time in Australia where crime was hectic - armed robberies, a racket in stolen goods like stereos that could be sold quickly, an explosion in the heroin trade, shocking gun crimes including at Hoddle Street Melbourne, Strathfield Plaza in Sydney and Port Arthur in Tasmania . Even former Prime minister the late Bob Hawke and his family w…
 
Would you like to hear Adam and Bob reminisce about the days of recording the podcast outside? How about Bob getting excited about his new ethernet cable? Or perhaps you'd prefer some discussion about the sort of tattoos our hosts should get? Well, you don't have to choose because it's all coming up in the latest episode of Partners in Crime with R…
 
Melanie Road’s family come face-to-face with her killer for the first time. But the clock is ticking for investigators to build a case with 30-year-old evidence. A trial starts. But what happens when the man in the dock is asked if he murdered the schoolgirl in 1984?저자 ITV News
 
The McDonough family was sweltering in the summer heat, the air conditioner was broken. Sleeping was difficult, that turned out to be a fortuitous break. They awoke in the early morning hours, to muffled sounds of a struggle. The parents get to their daughter's room and see a 255 lbs beast wearing all black straddling their 15year old daughter, hol…
 
The Claremont Serial Killer. Bret Christian is a journalist from Perth, in fact he's a newspaper owner and he's been following the Claremont serial killer case from the very beginning. Now, after sitting through every day of the trial he's written the definitive book, Stalking Claremont, and he joins us exclusively to talk about it. I've read it an…
 
Do you want to hear how Adam murdered a snowman? Where did he dispose of the body? And just how big is the audio delay between our hosts this week? To find out the answers to these questions and some interesting stuff too, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Robert Daws and Adam Croft. Bob chats about French crime TV series Spira…
 
Hi friend. We're back next week with all new Australian True Crime but in the meantime, please give our new show Calm ya Farm a try. It’s a short drop of practical wisdom from unlikely gurus. This one is Home and Away’s Irene! More calming ideas at our website. Thank you to Uncle Jack Charles for the Acknowledgement of Country. How do YOU #CalmYaFa…
 
Another instalment of our Spotlight series, where we showcase one of our favourite podcasts. Stalking is prevalent in Australia. There are hundreds of cases reported every year. These people’s existence have been besieged by a stalker. Survivors often are voiceless and have no place to tell their stories. This podcast is giving a voice to these vic…
 
Melanie Road’s mother writes a letter to the people of Bath asking them to search their memories and consciences as the 30th anniversary of the killing approaches. Cold case investigator Julie Mackay is told to drop the inquiry. And the team continues to search in the UK and abroad for the schoolgirl’s murderer.…
 
Scientists tell Julie Mackay and her cold case team they have an incredible DNA lead in the hunt for the killer of Melanie Road. But will it take the team on the right track? Julie builds a deep friendship with the mother of the murder victim. A forensic review reveals a fingerprint on Melanie Road’s shoe. But as this lead emerges, the Government i…
 
One of the prime suspects in this case is believed to have made a fraudulent phone call, stating he discovered a body on the highway. A short time later the local criminal walked into the police station asking if it was Theresa's body on the highway. The police had barely arrived at the scene, how would he have that information? The dispatcher stat…
 
How many times will Bob freeze during this week's episode? How loud is his dog? And who are our host's favourite CNN presenters? To find out the answers to these questions and hear some occasional chat about crime fiction, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Robert Daws and Adam Croft. Adam tells us about an article in the Guardi…
 
Julie Mackay takes control of the cold case inquiry into the death of Melanie Road. She hears about a man’s deathbed confession. But how can detectives prove he really is the murderer of Melanie Road? And 26 years after the killing, a witness comes forward offering explosive new evidence.저자 ITV News
 
Has the killer of Melanie Road struck again? Police look at similarities between the stabbing of schoolgirl Melanie Road in June 1984 and the disappearance of a young mother two days afterwards. And years into the future, police ask chilling questions when another woman called Melanie disappears. She vanishes from the same city on the same date as …
 
The 2nd part of the Still Not Asking For It podcast, presented by Rory Banwell. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. The Still Not Asking For It Project was born in July 2014. Rory was pregnant and when her and her partner discovered they were pregnant with a girl, the first thing someone said was 'well, time to buy a g…
 
In 1978 Theresa Corley 19, attended a party for a girlfriend. After an argument Theresa stormed off into the winter night. She was picked up by "friends" and ended up suffering though a rape, she escaped and almost made it home, but was ultimately killed and left naked on the highway. The police have physical evidence tying members of the group to …
 
Does Adam know how to use a phone box? Has Bob's family left him any internets for this week's episode? And is he finally learning how to use modern technology? To find out the answers, listen to the latest episode of Partners in Crime with Robert Daws and Adam Croft. Adam has a look at what type of crime reader you might be, we hear about a new IT…
 
Our Spotlight Series continues with the Still Not Asking For It podcast, presented by Rory Banwell. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. The Still Not Asking For It Project was born in July 2014. Rory was pregnant and when her and her partner discovered they were pregnant with a girl, the first thing someone said was 'w…
 
A nationwide manhunt begins for the killer of schoolgirl Melanie Road. In the hours after the murder, a blood trail is discovered by detectives. Cold Case investigator Julie Mackay takes ITV News correspondent Robert Murphy back to the scene to describe how this gave police in 1984 their first clues. Inquiries start to stretch from this small city …
 
How do you find a killer from the past? June 9th 1984. 17 year-old schoolgirl Melanie Road is murdered while walking home after a night out in the tourist city of Bath. In ITV News’ True Crime podcast, correspondent Robert Murphy learns how a murderer appeared in the night, killed this popular, bright student and disappeared. Leaving clues which de…
 
One of New England's most heart wrenching homicides. Bella's mother already had two children taken by child services due to severe abuse and neglect, how did the Commonwealth conclude that she was fit to care for another baby? Bella's mother was a lifelong hard core drug addict and petty criminal, her live in boyfriend was worse, if that is even po…
 
Introducing Birds Eye View. This is the first episode of the award-winning podcast made by the women inside the Darwin Correctional Centre. For more info, check out their website here and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Thank you to the producers of Bird's Eye View, Story Projects in the NT. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/au…
 
The Petit family was attacked by two men who should never have been released on parole. Surely, after multiple rapes and the triple homicide the two heartless parolees would face the death penalty, that they richly deserved, correct? No! after the hellacious attack the state legislature worked to ensure that the two perpetrators would NEVER face th…
 
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