Crawlspace is a true crime show from the team behind Missing Maura Murray. We engage in interesting conversations with authors, criminologists, and media personalities. We dig deep into mysteries and bizarre phenomena. This is where crime & culture meet. Check out the Crawlspace Network at crawlspace-media.com
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Welcome to Crawlspace. In this episode - PART TWO OF TWO - Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna continue their conversation about the absolutely riveting & terrifying story of Jackie Hernandez with friend of the show, Christy Arnhart. Starting in 1989 and... more
Welcome to Crawlspace. In this episode - PART ONE OF TWO - Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna are joined by friend of the show, Christy Arnhart who brings to the table the absolutely riveting and terrifying story of Jackie Hernandez. Starting in 1989 an... more
Welcome to Crawlspace. In this episode Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna are totally grossed out by the topics their guest brings to the table. Not really, but the brilliant Erika Engelhaupt has some morbid curiosity which she strings together in her b... more
just a note for clarification: in rural Canada (with the exception of Ontario and Quebec mainly) the RCMP do the policing rural communities. For example I live in Mackenzie and we are policed by RCMP and the same is for Prince George BC (120 miles north of me) and any community outside of Vancouver. Sadly we have a missing woman from our town too. Her name is Angela Lassalle and she has been missing from Mackwnzie for about 4 years now. Her story needs to be covered and I would happily help in h... more
Was anything from the scene preserved? I'm guessing no and I guess they never got any DNA from her body. That would be super helpful in this case, but I guess that's a moot point is there is none.
I really enjoy most of these episodes. I don’t like the recycled episodes from Missing, I think if you sub to this, you already listen to Missing, it’s annoying to start an episode and realise you’ve already heard it. more
I don’t get it. Men rejected by women, blame women and women who are not accepted by men blame themselves. Women rarely categorize themselves as incel even though they can also be involuntary celibate due to rejection from men. Elliott sounds like a narcissist who can't accept that maybe it's him, maybe that's the reason women reject him. Because he's a POS. Do a little soul searching if you're having trouble finding a partner. Don't blame women as a whole because you've been rejected.
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Crawlspace launched 6 years ago and published 440 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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