Our first episode covers the case of a local Indiana woman who went missing from a laundry mat just weeks before her wedding.
In episode 2, we cover a very famous case that everyone thinks they know…but I think you’ll be surprised. In part 1, we discuss Laci’s disappearance and suspicion that fell on her husband Scott.
On November 20, 2012, Sage Smith left her home at 5:30 for a date. She was seen alone at 6:30 talking to someone on the phone and then possibly sighted one more time at 7:00 at a cafe, again alone.
In one of the strangest disappearance cases we have ever covered: A woman drops off her child and a friend in a neighbors yard without a word. She is seen in a trench coat carrying something red to her car… then never seen again.
Sometime after dropping off her young daughter at the school bus, Angela Savage and her 6-month-old son were abducted. Angela’s body would eventually be found on a dirt path near her home, having been assaulted, tied up and left with no shoes.
In the first of two episodes, we tell you what we all thought we knew about Maura Murray, her lies and disappearance early on in the 2004 investigation.
In the second week of this case, we re-examine everything we thought we knew about Maura Murray and her disappearance from her dorm room.
Former Indiana State Trooper, David Camm, came home from playing basketball to find his entire family had been murdered in their garage.
In September of 2000, Zachary Bernhardt went missing from his mother’s bed while she was out for a brief walk. Is his mother hiding something or could Zach have been the victim of local predator?
Alissa Turney was reported as a runaway by her step-father Mike. 7 years later, a serial killer comes forward with a story that launches an investigation.
In March of 1984, 15-year-old Colleen Orsborn skips school for a day on the beach but never returns home.
In this week’s episode, we give you our take on the case of Chris Watts who murdered his wife Shanann and their two young daughters.
In February of 2000, a 9-year-old girl named Asha Degree packed her book bag and tucked it away, waiting for the right time to sneak out of her North Carolina home. To this day, no one knows why she left, or why she was walking along Highway 18 alone around 4 in the morning.
This is probably the strangest case of murder we have ever covered here on Crime Junkie. It’s the story of Robert Wone who, while staying in a friend’s DC guest room, was brutally attacked.