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DIE-ALOGUE: a true crime conversation, is a weekly true crime podcast, hosted by Rebekah Sebastian. Each week, Rebekah interviews fascinating people connected to true crime in unique ways. Think field experts, cult escapees, veteran journalists, podcasters, and attack survivors. Together they will attempt to answer the WHY of true crime- as opposed to the WHO/ WHERE /WHAT/WHEN. Kill the Small Talk + Start a DIE-ALOGUE. Visit https://www.rebekahsebastian.com/ for more information. Support thi ...
 
New podcast centered on New England crime stories, regional history, and many rock + roll references, hosted by Boston Radio DJ @Anngelle Wood; episodes currently released every other week. Listen wherever you get your crime stories ::: Follow and subscribe: @crimeofthetruestkind | online: crimeofthetruestkind.com ::: #truestkind #truecrimepodcast #newenglandcrimestories #truecrime #murderstories #truecrimers #ihearttruecrime #iheartcrimestories #truecrime
 
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#truecrime #newenglandcrimestories Rachel and Neil Entwistle were a happy couple, new parents to Lillian Rose, born in April 2005. They’d returned to Rachel’s home state of Massachusetts to raise the baby and be closer to Rachel’s family. A native of Worksop, England, Neil was looking to make a go of it in the US. They'd met when Rachel was studyin…
 
Charlotte Bismuth, former ADA at the NYC Special Narcotics office, joins me for a heartfelt conversation about her new book - Bad Medicine: Catching New York's Deadliest Pill Pusher. The book is a investigative true crime story that culminates in a precedent setting trial and conviction, coupled with a vulnerable memoir of Charlotte's own personal …
 
Tyler Maroney, Private Investigator and author of the book, MODERN DETECTIVE: How Corporate Intelligence is Reshaping the World. Inside this book, will hear the very up close and personal, insiders stories on what PI's like Tyler and his colleagues do in the world of financial crime, business, and much more. The stereotypes are not factual...mostly…
 
On 12/26/2000, Michael McDermott exacted his revenge on seven of his co-workers at Edgewater Technology. Perceived and twisted revenge. Equipped with a shotgun, a semi-automatic assault rifle, a semi-automatic pistol, and a bag full of ammunition, he had chatted with his workmates then unceremoniously opened fire. The attack that left all seven peo…
 
Chris Duett is the host of Criminal Perspective - a true crime podcast that features interviews with criminals - many still inside prison. This podcast was born out of Chris's years of correspondence with serial killers, murderers and other known criminals. If it sounds intense, it really is which is why we discuss mental health quite a bit. Chris …
 
Twenty years ago, on that Tuesday, the day after Christmas in 2000, seven employees who were among half of the staff of Edgewater Technology in Wakefield, Massachusetts to come to work that day never made it home. A co-worker, armed to the teeth, showed up to the job he’d had for less than a year to exact his revenge. Perceived and twisted revenge.…
 
How to write an intro for a woman who needs no introduction? From the NH public radio newsroom to multiple successful podcasts, perhaps best known for her original true crime review show, CRIME WRITERS On, it's Rebecca Lavoie! I always want to kill the small talk and that was not a problem as Rebecca is an honest, deep and thoughtful conversational…
 
He was a business man and then a seminary student, which soon led him down a road to to setting innocent people from prison free. HOW? I am beyond excited to welcome the Jim McCloskey to the podcast. Jim is the founder of the very first innocence organization, Centurion Ministries, which he founded in 1983. Jim tells the story of how Centurion came…
 
In the early morning hours of September 13, 1997, the bodies of Leeann Millius and Kim Farrah were discovered by a woman walking her dog at Hedgehog Pond Park, a popular summer hangout spot for residents in and around Salem, New Hampshire . The lives of two young women were cut short by a group of supposed friends with a sinister plan... Crime of t…
 
Today I am joined by Anthony Redgrave to highlight the work of the Trans Doe Task Force; TDTF was created to research cold cases in which the subject may have been transgender or gender-variant. TDTF also advises and educates the public, media, and law enforcement regarding the needs of and sensitive differences between Trans Doe cases and other Do…
 
I am joined by Bruce Maitland who has not seen his daughter, Brianna, since she went missing on March 19, 2004. ( age 17 at the time of her disappearance) Bruce shares parts of his journey and how he was able to think outside himself and start the non-profit, Private Investigations for the Missing. PI For the Missing seeks to, at no cost, provide f…
 
Welcome our 4th guest to our November series on True Crime Podcast series, AMBER HUNT. As I learned, Amber is so much more than a podcaster, she is an award winning (hello, 2018 Pulitzer Prize for local reporting) reporter, an author, and someone who reminded me about ZINES! Amber’s reporting is thorough, well-respected and you will hear she blazed…
 
On the evening of October 23, 1989, Boston was rocked by one of the most notorious and damaging crimes in the city's history. The murder of Carol Stuart was tragic and shocking. She was 7 1/2 months pregnant with her first baby; she was murdered after leaving a birthing class at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital. The case was highly-publicized,…
 
You might know my next guests podcast, SMALL TOWN DICKS. If you don't, you still might feel like you know of my hosts. What do I mean? Well, Yeardley Smith, one host and producer of Small Town Dicks podcast, is also the iconic voice of Lisa Simpson. She's a legend. What. DELIGHT to speak with her. And her co-hosts and co-producers, Detectives Dan a…
 
Week 2 of our November series: TRUE CRIME PODCASTERS! My next guest needs no introduction, but let me try anyway. He is one half of the raucously funny, wild hit of a podcast, TRUE CRIME OBSESSED. The show who's title we all relate to immediately. Patrick Hinds is here today and he shares how he and Gillian stumbled into the successful format of TC…
 
Colleen Ritzer's star was rising. Admirable, driven, passionate, and kind. She was in her second year teaching math at Danvers High School in Danvers Massachusetts. She loved her job. She always wanted to help. It was her calling. Until the afternoon of October 22, 2013 when one of the students she worked so hard for brutally ended her life. Collee…
 
Welcome to the November series: TRUE CRIME PODCASTERS! I mean, this is what we are all about, my friends! Thrilled to kick it off with the talented writer, reporter, producer and podcast, Josh Dean. You might know him from his long form journalism days, his first podcast, The Clearing ( which we discuss at length!), or his current podcast, CHAMELEO…
 
The Cates family moved to Mont Vernon to experience life in a small town. It was safe, rural, a picture perfect town. Until the early morning of October 4, 2009 when Kim and Jaimie Cates were brutally attacked by four intruders who broke into their home to rob and kill. Support KimCatesFund.org Hosted and produced by Anngelle Wood CrimeoftheTruestK…
 
Today's episode is from a LIVE event last October at Caveat in New York City. Co-hosted with the lovely and talented Tori Telfer, we delved into the feminine side of cults, with some cult trivia for good measure! If you just want to hear my spiel on NXIVM skip to about 3o minutes in and you will hear me breakdown what I know then about the women le…
 
It is my pleasure to introduce you to my guest, Frank Lyford. Frank spent 18 years in the Heaven's Gate cult, following the teachings of Marshall Applewhite and Bonnie Nettles. Frank saw red flags along the way, but it took nearly two decades for these warnings to become loud enough for him to know if was time to go. And once he knew, we left. What…
 
Another Wednesday, another new DIE-ALOGUE episode about cults. We are joined today by a wonderful professor, author, expert and sociologist, Dr. Janja Lalich. Dr. Lalich unwittingly joined a political cult in the 1970's and spent over 10 years crushed by the group's grip. She finally broke free and set about the long road to recovery. Once healed, …
 
One of the most notorious gangsters in US history, James J. "Whitey" Bulger, Jr ruled the streets of Boston with an iron fist. He was the ruthless leader of the Winter Hill Gang. Murder Kingpin. The stacked jack of death. In early 1995, when he was about to be indicted on Federal charges for decades of misdeeds, Whitey Bulger fled Boston for good. …
 
Welcome back to our kick off cult episode - PART TWO. I spoke with a leading expert in the world of cults, Rick Alan Ross. Does his name sound familiar? He is often called up to speak about cults in the media and was most recently seen on HBO’s The Vow. In this episode you hear all about Rick's 14 year legal battle with Keith Raniere and NXIVM and …
 
It’s October and our new 4 week series will be CULTS. To kick it off, I spoke with a leading expert in the world of cults, Rick Alan Ross. Does his name sound familiar? He is often called up to speak about cults in the media and was most recently seen on HBO’s The Vow. He is the author of CULTS Inside Out, and wow, what a resource. It has just abou…
 
One of the most notorious gangsters in US history, James J. "Whitey" Bulger, Jr ruled the streets of Boston with an iron fist. He was the ruthless leader of the Winter Hill Gang. Murder Kingpin. The stacked jack of death (he did pride himself in being physically fit). The lord of the underworld. As a fixture in organized crime in the East, he ran a…
 
This is PART 2 of my conversation with Jeff. Go back to Part 1 if you didn't listen. We left off when Jeff shared how his exoneration happened and how he was released with nothing. Learn how unprepared for life on the outside he was, and what he accomplished in spite of it. He is a survivor, a hero, and now a legal advocate for those still behind b…
 
It was an honor to interview today's guest, Jeff Deskovic. He is many things - an advocate, a lawyer, a business owner, a free man, but for 16 years, he was an inmate at a maximum security mens prison. His story is harrowing and humanizes the topic of wrongful convictions. I am astounded at his resilience and blown away by his desire to help other …
 
Welcome, Maggie Freleng! Maggie has been on my list to interview for a while, and the launch of her new podcast from the Obsessed Network, Unjust & Unsolved, seemed like the perfect time to do so. Maggie lets us in on her reluctant foray into the true crime world, and how her background in journalism prepared her to advocate for stories she felt ne…
 
We are back! Welcome to Season 2 of DIE-ALOGUE: a true crime conversation! We are kicking it off STRONG with power couple, David Rudolf and Sonya Pfeiffer - married attorneys who are now focused entirely on wrongful conviction cases. You will hear all about how their podcast came to be and their impassioned perspectives on the American criminal jus…
 
In light of the recent press mention in THRIVE GLOBAL, I thought I would re-play the episode that. made their list of "Unbelievable True Stories" because that's just what this one is... IF you CHOOSE to believe him. I have gotten some push back on this one, but I stand by the interview, the conversation and the wonderful Steve Hodel, who was gracio…
 
DIE-ALOGUE is on hiatus until September, but now is a great time to go back and check out other episodes you may have missed over the last year! There are 56, ya know! Here is the very first one - the premier episode, if you will. Humbly recorded at my apartment with the lovely, talented, and super smart author, Tori Telfer! Enjoy the dog days of S…
 
If you are FOR changing what police work in the Unites States looks like, and want to bring equality to our system, but ALSO want to remain supportive of law enforcement, Matthew Horace has ideas. He lays out the ways and reasons all of this is not only possible, but necessary. I can't think of a better interview to close out Season 1 - yes, DIE-AL…
 
Recognize this guy? He was my guest on Episode 19, where we explored his amazing work on the CBC podcast, UNCOVER: Escaping NXIVM! That's right, it's Josh Bloch - my first returning guest - this time to discuss his latest work, the UCP Audio podcast, The Lost Kids, which focuses on the troubled teen industry- and guess what? It has possible roots t…
 
Coming this Fall. The Missing. The Murdered. The Unsolved. The Unexplained. Crime of the Truest Kind: A podcast about crime and murder and mystery. Coming soon to all the places you listen to your murder stories this September. Follow and subscribe. @crimeofthetruestkind crimeofthetruestkind.com instagram.com/crimeofthetruestkind facebook.com/crime…
 
When I watched Fear City - the new three part docu-series about the mafia in 1980’s New York, I immediately zeroed in on FBI agent Charlotte Lang. I wanted more of her story. And lucky me, I got it! Now retired, Charlotte shares her not so conventional path to the FBI (she answered a newspaper ad after working sales for IMB), and some mob related s…
 
Christian Barth is an author and attorney living in Connecticut, but hails from the lovely Garden State - New Jersey. His most recent book, The Garden State Parkway murders, is about about the unsolved murders of Susan Davis and Elizabeth Perry, which occurred on Memorial Day Weekend, 1969in Ocean City, NJ. Christian recalls his parents discussing …
 
Cheyna Roth is an investigative journalist and true crime author, but her career began as a lawyer in the prosecutors office. Hear all about what inspired the change, and most importantly, what led to her 1st book ( JUST LAUNCHED YESTERDAY), COLD CASES: A True Crime Collection. Cheyna and I had a great chat about all aspects of true crime, includin…
 
Harold Schechter is a true crime historian with an impressive 43 books under his belt. You might fancy yourself an expert on serial killers, but Mr. Schechter, legit and officially, which you will hear in our conversation. He is also Professor of Literature and Pop Culture at Queens College which only validates his expertise in story structure and …
 
Today's episode will give us a legal refresher on topics that are relevant to current events. Benjamin Taylor, partner at Taylor Gomez Law brings kindness, wisdom and action to today's conversation! I enjoyed my time with Benjamin and hearing how his career pivot ( from finance to law) led him to advocating for clients who's rights had been violate…
 
My guests today need no introduction: Please welcome the Crawlspace Network Founders, Missing Maura Murray Creators, and fixtures of the true crime community: Tim Pilleri + Lance Reenstierna. You might know a little about these two already, but you’re going to learn a lot. What is Lance reading these days, do the guys even watch true crime shows, w…
 
Say hello to my lovely guest and new friend, Andre Matthews: creator and host of 'Bruh Issa Murder.' We get to the meaning and story behind that title straight out the gate, but essentially, it's a statement of the obvious that so many of us have experienced while watching a story about a possible accident or maybe a murder... bruh, issa murder. An…
 
Truth and Lies - both are critical elements in discerning what happened in most true crime cases. I speak with an interview expert, Mark McClish, who in addition to a 26 year in federal law enforcement, developed a technique called Statement Analysis, which helps him ascertain if a person’s statements - written or oral - are truthful. We discuss tr…
 
In lieu of a new episode today, I am participating in a podcast blackout and Podcasters for Justice as a way to peacefully protest the racism we continue to witness and experience every day in America. I am enraged and heartbroken over the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd. I know this list is tragically incomplete. The foll…
 
What do you get when two individual true crime podcasters with unique but complimentary skillsets team up to create one together? A fantastic podcast and a great interview on DIE-ALOGUE. Javier Leiva and John Taylor each have their own successful podcasts. PRETEND Radio and Twisted, respectfully. They collaborated to tell the story of the mysteriou…
 
Detective?CHECK. Bronze Star Army Vet? CHECK. Former Secret Service Agent? CHECK. Hit Podcast host? CHECK. Is there anything today's guest can't do?!? Say hello to Jim Rathman, the other half of Real Life Real Crime; we had his other half, Woody Overton on episode 33. Jim walks me through his career and how he's happily landed where he is, investig…
 
I am so glad I had this conversation. I was apprehensive because I wasn't sure if I agreed with a lawyer publishing a tell all memoir about a client, but I let Kirk tell his story and it became clear that staying silent was not an option. His life was completely taken over by the case, the trials, and by Ms. Arias herself. In this episode, Kirk sha…
 
Did I just interview the nicest women in true crime? Possibly, but don't discount nice because these two have one of the most successful true crime podcasts out there, and you are going to hear all about how they started it (spontaneously!) and how they keep it going after nearly three years ( divide and conquer!). My guests today, Melissa and Mand…
 
Since many of us planned to be at CrimeCon today (sniff sniff), I thought it would be fun to re-release my FOURTH episode with CrimeCon creator, Kevin Balfe. It's pretty to cool hear how his crazy idea turned into the iconic event so many of us know and love - and look forward to! SEE YOU ON HALLOWEEN in Orlando, friends! ( Use code DIEALOGUE20 for…
 
Karen Smith is a forensic investigator who is parlaying her years of experience into a new podcast - presented by CrimeCon - called Shattered Souls: a Forensic Detective's Diary. The podcast premieres May 9, so stay tuned and be sure to listen! For now, you can listen to episode 41 of DIE-ALOGUE and hear Karen share how she came to be a crime scene…
 
Casey Anthony's Parents Speak, The Staircase: an American Murder Mystery, The Killing of Jon Benet: The Final Suspects Podcast. These are but a few of the projects my guest produced. Today I speak with a man who has VAST experience telling true crime stories. Not just any true crime stories- the ones we all know and...love? Hate to love? Love to ha…
 
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