Previously known as the Murdaugh Murders Podcast, True Sunlight is the intersection of True Crime, journalism and systematic corruption. Welcome to the new face of MMP. True Sunlight is the antithesis of True crime. True Sunlight values accuracy over "access journalism". True Sunlight is shed with empathy — not exploitation. True Sunlight was created as a matter of public service — not just entertainment. While the name of the podcast has changed, our mission, values and team have not. We are simply expanding our horizons while continuing to shine a much needed bright light on crime and corruption wherever it appears. Celebrated journalists Mandy Matney and Liz Farrell are taking their style of reporting beyond Alex Murdaugh and his co-conspirators while pursuing justice for all the victims you've met so far. Ranked #1 globally in 2021 as the Murdaugh Murders Podcast, True Sunlight provides unmatched insight into the crimes and criminals exposed on MMP and dives deep into new instances... more
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Welcome to the new face of MMP. True Sunlight is the antithesis of True crime. True Sunlight values accuracy over access journalism. True Sunlight is shed with empathy — not exploitation. True Sunlight was created as a matter of public service — not ... more
This is the last episode of the Murdaugh Murders Podcast created by Mandy Matney, written with journalist Liz Farrell and produced by David Moses... but don’t freak out! We are simply changing the name of the podcast next week while the mission stays... more
On Tuesday, about 100 people gathered at the South Carolina statehouse to talk about something really important — victims and how they are often pushed aside in our justice system. more
Why is everything repeated so much? I'm confused at where I am up to as the same thing is said over and over is so many episodes. I keep having to check if I've accidentally clicked on an old episode.
Nobody thinks Sandy wants the Murdaughs implicated. She wants the truth, I think we all agree. more
Mandy and Liz insert themselves in the story to an excess. Personal Ongoing feuds on twitter are irrelevant to the facts and eventual outcome of this story. Also no one cares how well you can dish out insults Liz. more
I truly wish your episode list was in order! Is that doable? Thanks! I am obsessed with this tale from the Low Country of South Carolina!
I started a little late, after Murdaugh’s conviction of the double homicide of his wife and son. In catching up, I have learned that this family is deeply rooted into the community, but not in a good way. Although many think these people are good for the community, all you have to do is listen to find out the opposite. I enjoy listening to Mandy and Liz and I love hearing David’s dramatic voice—he really needs to be an audiobook narrator! of scary books!! I have become addicted, even after knowi... more
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