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Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

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Nancy Grace dives deep into the day’s most shocking crimes and asks the tough questions in her new daily podcast – Crime Stories with Nancy Grace. Nancy Grace had a perfect conviction record during her decade as a prosecutor and used her TV show to find missing people, fugitives on the run and unseen clues. Now, she will use the power of her huge social media following and the immediacy of the internet to deliver daily bombshells! Theme Music: Audio Network

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Reviews

4 out of 5 stars from 5.8k ratings
  • Welcome to Bidens America. Chaos and lawlessness. How's that Defund the Police working out for ya? Dumb liberals.

    Castbox
    Let's go Brandon!
    a month ago
  • She yells a lot.

    I like Nancy. She’s a no nonsense type that gets right to the point most of the time. She does speak condescending to her guests but I guess they signed up for that. I always feel like she’s yelling at me though.

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    JIMMY,like TIMMY!
    United Statesa month ago
  • Please Nancy!

    Just let your guests speak. It is frustrating when a guest tries to speak and then is interrupted by you. Please let them talk. We want to hear what they have to say.

    Apple Podcasts
    2
    SusieQ58
    United Statesa month ago
  • Go easy on your guests

    Dang, Nancy, I really love your passion and eloquence but you’ve got to go easy on your guests. If you ask them a question, give them a second to answer IN THEIR WAY without you interrupting and correcting them. Not everyone talks 100mph and uses the same words. Allow for different personalities and styles. You obviously respect them enough to include them in your podcast, show it by taking a beat.

    Apple Podcasts
    3
    MOSJW70
    United Statesa month ago
  • Facist And Nasty As Expected

    Just because you don't have to look at her with a podcast, doesn't make Grace any less insufferable and UnAmerican (she has nothing but contempt for our 'innocent until proven guilty' criminal justice system) on this horrible program.. The Lacrosse Team is still waiting for an apology, Nancy!

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    CDarwin6565
    United Statesa month ago

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