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SixthAndBarone
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re: New true crime podcast
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I’m genuinely curious, what about true crime podcasts and shows fascinates people so much?


It’s entertainment.

Think about it. Before tv, detective radio shows were popular. Detective and mystery tv series and movies are always popular. Mystery books have always been popular. There’s mystery dinner theaters. A board game, Clue.




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ForLSU56
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Southern Fried True Crime

This has been my go to lately while working out.

SFTC


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tigerpimpbot
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I don’t know but I hope they do one to help find that sonofabitch who killed Eugenie Boisfontaine


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GrizzlyAlloy
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In the dark. Both seasons.


saderade
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Proof- about a teenager “murder” in rural Georgia


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Navajo61490
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Culpable

Mystery about the death of a young river boat pilot


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Tuscaloosa
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To Live & Die in LA is incredible. Both seasons. Not southern, but if you liked those two, it’ll be right up your alley.

Up & Vanished season 1 is also incredible.

S-Town - which was done from Bibb County, AL is one of my favorites as well, and may be the most well produced of the bunch.

I’m assuming you’ve listened to the original season 1 of Bardstown. If not, that’s a must.

Some others I’ve thoroughly enjoyed:

Root of Evil
The Girl in the Picture
In Your Own Backyard
Dr. Death season 1
Dirty John
The Shrink Next Door
In the Dark
Culpable
Firebug
Tom Brown’s Body
The Devil Within - this one was very unsettling, but well done.
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Havoc
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Gone South (Margaret Coon

So incredible. I followed whatever I could find on that for years and they really cracked that one open.


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Sev09
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Nantucket
Member since Feb 2011
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Bayou Justice is a good one based in Louisiana


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shmashmortion
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Member since Feb 2011
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New Orleans Unsolved was really interesting but dark. Deals with a pedophile cop.

Not southern but I’d say Cold and Bear Brook are two of the most interesting I’ve ever listened to. True Crime Bull shite is also wild, and has some slight ties to the LA area.
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FightnTiger
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Louisiana
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Small town murder. Ep 297. Shooting in Kaplan and Gueydan


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Shexter
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Grit's with a Side of Murder - Tammy is a Baton Rouge native


LSUPHILLY72
Member since Aug 2010
5345 posts

The First Degree
Crawlspace
The Mind of Madness
Criminal Perspectives


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rdskipper
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In the Red Clay, about a Dixie Mafia hitman.
The Piketon MAssecre



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