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Best Bank Robbery podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Bank Robbery podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In 1912, $25,000 was stolen during a bank transfer in New York City in broad daylight. In what may appear astonishing in today's world, the transfer occurred in a New York City taxicab. This factual account brings true crime of the early twentieth century to life. The various methods used by the detectives and police in their attempts to solve the mystery behind the robbery, and hopefully bring the thieves to justice, makes for great reading, particularly when one considers the fact that the ...
 
You've heard the stories about bloody murder and horrendous homicide, but what about the rest of the crimes committed on a daily basis? Mugshot is a single narrator story telling podcast that brings you the crimes you didn't know you needed to hear... Robbery, fraud, arson, stalking, assault, and more.
 
News of the crime spread across the internet like wildfire. The story of a football hero turned bank robber shocked the sleepy town where the heist occurred, and became a worldwide sensation. People were aghast as the disgraced athlete told his incredible story. There was only one problem. It wasn’t the whole story. Not by a long shot. From USA Today & Wondery comes The Sneak. A show that digs into spectacular true crime stories from the world of sports. New episodes every Tuesday.
 
"Trigger" follows the story of four thieves as they plan to take down a bank in New York City. Everything goes to hell when Detective Jason Neilsen rises from a group of hostages and takes aim for the bandits. A short film by Brian Vannucci.
 
In Tom Swift and His Airship, Tom Swift has finished his latest invention- the Red Cloud, a fast and innovative airship. Tom is anxious for a cross-country trial, but just before he and his friends take off, the Shopton bank is robbed. No sooner is Tom in the air than he is blamed for the robbery. Suddenly, he's a wanted fugitive but doesn't know why until he's half-way across the country. With no safe harbor or friend on the land below, Tom must race back to Shopton to clear his name before ...
 
Jerri Williams is a retired FBI agent and author on a mission to show the public who the FBI is and what the FBI does by conducting interviews with retired FBI agents about their most intriguing and high-profiled cases, reviewing how the FBI is portrayed in books, TV, and movies, and recommending crime fiction and dramas. Photos and links to articles about the cases and violations discussed can be found in the show notes for each episode at jerriwilliams.com.
 
Have you ever wondered why the weirdest crimes happen in Florida, how a woman can fit a loaded gun in her vagina, or what would possess a suspect to turn himself in on Facebook? Investigation Discovery brings you the full story behind the most bizarre crime phenomena. WHAT THE CRIME?! explores the weirder, wilder, more obscure side of crime. Because the truth really is stranger than fiction...
 
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Today we tell the story of Lillian Grace Browder who, with her husband Carl, robbed the Farmer's Bank in Louisville, Kentucky. In the process she earned the distinction of being the first woman to be convicted of that crime in the state. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at our website, www.storiespodcast.net, on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Go…
 
Retired agent Jim Casey served in the FBI for 25 years. Prior to joining the FBI, he was a police officer in Arlington, Virginia, and a Special Agent with the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Jim Casey reviews a Group I undercover case from early in his career when he was in the…
 
In This Podcast Episode I'm speaking on the controversy surrounding the death of George Floyd. also feel free to watch the full video on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQzzrNOmf-xduT_1_c-Mrrw --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
 
[Part 3 of 3] With Dennis Nilsen committed to stand trial for the murders of six men and the attempted murder of two others, the public and press questioned how he could have gotten away with the crimes for so long… Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host Episode researched by Holly Boyd Episode written by Elsha McGill Creative Director: Milly Raso …
 
This episode is a live after action review with multiple students that attended my Force on Force CQB course at the Alliance Police Facility shoothouse May 16-17. We talk in depth about some of the takeaways and memorable moments of the class, as well as discuss the class structure and what the next class will look like. (Note: this is a LIVE recor…
 
In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Supervisory Intelligence Analyst (IA) Sierra Stanczyk answers listener questions about the IA position, providing details on the qualifications, requirements, and dutiesContinue reading The post Episode 202: Sierra Stanczyk – Intelligence Analyst, Non-Agent Jobs appeared first on Jerri Williams.…
 
In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Supervisory Intelligence Analyst (IA) Sierra Stanczyk answers listeners questions about the IA position, providing details on the qualifications, requirements, and duties of the job. Special Agent (SA) and Applicant Coordinator Cerena Coughlin provides updates on the FBI's current recruitment efforts…
 
After our plans to cover Amazon docuseries The Last Narc got disappeared along with the show, Jessica Liese and I pivoted back to familiar ground: Fake Heiress, a late-2019 pod on everyone's favorite art-foundationing NYC scammer, Anna Delvey/Sorokin. The podcast isn't good, and across-the-pond class issues read weirdly to us North Americans...but …
 
[Part 2 of 3] When Dennis Nilsen moved out of his flat at 195 Melrose Avenue in Cricklewood, he had already taken the lives of twelve victims... Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host Episode researched by Holly Boyd Episode written by Elsha McGill Creative Director: Milly Raso This episode's sponsors: SimpliSafe – Protect your home and your family…
 
In 1982 a man in Nashville managed to con enough people to earn a spot in the Nascar race in Talladega, Alabama. He made it a few laps, earned a little prize money, then vanished, leaving behind several bounced checks and no clue who he really was. Today we tell you the story of a man who called himself L. W. Wright. You can subscribe to the Storie…
 
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