Join Joseph Scott Morgan every week as he explores a world that not many have had a chance to visit, the realm of death. Jo Scott will lead listeners on a journey through the blood soaked death scenes of America and then into the autopsy room to fully understand the science behind each case. Jo Scott is one America’s leading experts on applied forensics and is regularly featured on ‘Crime Stories with Nancy Grace’, ‘The Piketon Massacre’, Court TV and more. Theme Music: Audio Network
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Body Bags is my guilty pleasure. The details, forensic methods, processes and history presented are so fascinating. I could listen all day to Joe and Dave discussing these cases. My only suggestion would be to provide a bit more context in the beginning to these active cases, ie “Still going through the court system as of (date)…dates of original crime discovery, where the case stands today” etc. Just a thought.
I discovered Joseph Scott Morgan while listening to The Piketon Massacre (a must listen). I could listen to him talk all day! Body Bags is done really well and Joe and Dave are great together. The only issue I have is the fact that Dave Mack never gets an Introduction. Why is that?! Give the man the credit he deserves. Still giving this podcast five stars, well deserved!
Though the topics are often horrific, the knowledge, amazing voices, and respectful tone of these guys make the podcast superb! Many cases I’ve never heard of.
Jo Scott Morgan and Dave Mack do such a great job at covering truly awful events with a great deal of humanity and care. I really enjoy the show.
I love this podcast but half of the content is ads which can be frustrating.
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