Unsolved true crime podcast researched, written and hosted by Crime Analyst Leah Owens. Recognizing that the right piece of information can sometimes be the difference between a cold case and resolution, Last Seen Alive exists to bring public attention to unsolved cases that need it. Cases covered include unsolved homicides, disappearances and suspicious deaths.
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The host has the annoying habit of using whenever where when is appropriate. The stories are okay.
I absolutely LOVE listening to this podcast.
After getting a little tired of my regular podcasts I stumbled on this one. I really enjoyed it. A lot of cases I never heard of and still enjoyed the ones I had.
The cadence of his voice completely ruins it for me. It’s like read by AI or something it’s horrifying
I'm really liking this show! Factual, respectful of victims and families, co-hosts work well together.
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Last Seen Alive launched 4 years ago and published 108 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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