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Solved Murders: True Crime Mysteries

A weekly Spotify exclusive podcast featuring Carter Roy and Wenndy Mackenzie
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In January 2012, the body of 56-year-old Jane Bashara was found in the back of her SUV. Almost immediately, police start zeroing in on her husband – known as “Big Bob” around the neighborhood, and “Master Bob” in his underground sex dungeon. As
Have you ever discovered something you wished you hadn’t? A secret… a lie… a crime, even? What if that discovery opened up a Pandora's box of corruption? Would you keep your mouth shut? Or take the risk, and blow the whistle? Whistleblowers is
In 1915, Scotland Yard detective Arthur Neil had three deceased brides, one suspect, and tons of circumstantial evidence. But he needed something more concrete. Luckily for him, that something walked right through the door. Learn more about you
In the 1910s, two women suffered the same tragic fate a year apart. Scotland Yard called upon the legendary pathologist Bernard Spilsbury, called the real-life Sherlock Holmes, to investigate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastcho
As we look ahead to the new year, we want to take one last chance to say thank you for the year that was — and present our "Best of 2021"! Please enjoy this episode from Disappearances with Sarah Turney, one of our favorite new shows this year.
On Christmas Eve nearly seventy years ago, Dorothy Martin and the Seekers stood outside in Chicago and sang carols. They were waiting for a spacecraft that would shepherd them away from Earth — and the impending apocalypse. In this Christmas Sp
When an aging yacht is shipwrecked in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, the crew will do anything to survive. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Celebrate Walt Disney’s 120th birthday with this special collection of Parcast episodes — featuring nine twisted tales that first inspired some of Disney’s most iconic films. Along the way, we’ll trace the legacy of the original Imagineer himse
When Dean Corll’s crimes finally came to light in 1973, grief and outrage flooded the community. The trials of his two teenage accomplices would paint a picture of one of the most gruesome serial killers in American history. Learn more about yo
When teen boys start disappearing in Houston in the 1970s, they’re mostly written off as runaways by local police. Their true fate is only revealed after Dean Corll, known around town as “the Candyman,” is shot and killed. Learn more about your
In Japan, a yoga teacher named Shoko Asahara claimed he had special DNA, developed the battery-powered “Perfect Salvation System,” and directed his cult, Aum Shinrikyo, to carry out chemical attacks in Tokyo. This is the final episode in the th
Hosts Vanessa Richardson and Lanie Hobbs explore the story of Geshe Michael Roach and Christie McNally — the so-called king and queen of Diamond Mountain who used tantric yoga to lure hundreds to their Arizona desert retreat. This episode is a
How do quests for enlightenment get so sinister? In this three-part special from Cults, a Spotify Original from Parcast, we’re looking at three stories of yoga gurus who were loved — then loathed — for their practices. We start in Romania, char
In the mood for gratitude? Join us right here on Tuesday, November 23rd, for a three-part Thanksgiving special presented by Cults and Crimes of Passion. Listen to the trailer for a “breathtaking” introduction to the series. Learn more about you
When a plane crashed in Canada in 1949, investigators uncovered a conspiracy that had 29-year-old Rita Morel at its center. The full plot became clear only after they tracked down a woman known around town as “The Raven.” Learn more about your
Starting today, unpack the epic dramas of history’s most infamous buccaneers. Real Pirates takes you right into the heart of the action with immersive storytelling and pulse-racing tales, charting the lives of the legendary men and women who ro
In late 1946, police zeroed in on the primary suspect in Dagmar Petrzywalski's murder. He said his name was Sidney Sinclair — but officers soon realized he was living under a secret identity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoic
In 1940s England, an unlucky passerby found a woman's body on the side of a busy roadway. With a knitted bag as their primary clue, local police teamed up with Scotland Yard to solve the case. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoi
Every Halloween, an urban legend makes the rounds about a child dying after eating poisoned candy. The reality is that it rarely happens. But in 1974, 8-year old Timothy O'Bryan died after eating a tainted Pixie stick. It's where he got it that
About a month after her disappearance, two fishermen found Nell Cropsey's body in a nearby river. With Jim Wilcox the last to see her alive, he was already convicted in the court of public opinion. While he maintained his innocence, the townspe
You might recognize them from the hit true crime podcast RedHanded, but now, Suruthi Bala and Hannah Maguire are serving up cults analysis like you’ve never heard it before. Every week, they’ll examine the unbelievable crimes and everyday insid
Within two hours of 19-year-old Nell Cropsey’s disappearance on November 20th, 1901, the town of Elizabeth City began the search for her. Her 25-year-old boyfriend, Jim Wilcox, was the last to be seen with her and insisted she was alive when th
We’re gazing deep into the crystal ball to meet the leading figures — and tireless skeptics — of the 19th-century Spiritualism movement. Come for the history, mystery and lies. Stay for the Halloween séance. Listen to an exclusive clip from the
The only chance John George Haigh stood to avoid hanging for the murder of Olive Durand-Deacon was to plead insanity. While he claimed to drink the blood of his murder victims, would it be enough to convince the jury? Learn more about your ad c
In 2018, an investigative journalist traveled to the compound of an elite spiritual organization called the Fellowship of Friends. Their leader had predicted global catastrophe — but the end-times prophecy was just the beginning. Jennings Brown
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