Dawn and Nick Hacheney are the perfect couple: spiritual, loving, and devoted to the church where Nick is a pastor. When Dawn is killed in a house fire the day after Christmas, the pastor and his flock are devastated. What few knew at the time was the dark prophecy that foretold it. The latest podcast from Dateline and Josh Mankiewicz is about sex, lies, religion… and murder. Follow now to get the latest episodes of ‘Mortal Sin’ completely free, or subscribe to Dateline Premium on Apple Podcasts for early access and ad-free listening: apple.co/datelinepremium
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A verdict, a twist, and a pastor’s new calling.
Prophecy and proof take center stage as a murder trial begins.
A wife comes clean, a witness comes forward and new facts come out.
The podcast was too short; I would have loved to hear more about the case if the episodes were 45 minutes to a little over an hour. I would have liked to hear more about why Nick turned to work farming instead of the explanation we were given. I also agree with some reviewers about Josh; he is not my personal favorite because of the way he can come across as condescending sometimes. more
This whole story is crazy. This is why people need to read the Bible for themselves and not trust the pastor because s/he is a “interpreter of the Word”.
Dude was a horny sumbitch!! I'm glad he saved some kitty for the rest of us guys!
Josh Mickiewicz never lets us down. He is a great storyteller and he was respectful with a difficult subject of a horrible sin committed by a pastor and the people of the church who ignored red flags in the name of faith or whatever. I appreciated this story.
This place sounds more like Waco, TX or Jim Jones clan. Brainwashed fools.
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