Twisted, gruesome, evil, sometimes funny but always true: Real Life Real Crime is an award-winning weekly true crime podcast hosted by Woody Overton. In each show, Woody goes in depth into cases he has personally worked, which gives his audience a unique and exclusive perspective as only Woody can describe. His personal knowledge of real cases he worked during his career and his story-telling ability have created what has been described as a “cult following” by news media and loyal fans.
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Woody Overton, Jim Chapman, and Mike Agovino of Real Life Real Crime Daily discuss the crime headlines for Thursday November 30th 2023. more
Woody Overton, Jim Chapman, and Mike Agovino of Real Life Real Crime Daily discuss the crime headlines for Wednesday November 29th 2023. more
Woody tells the story of Anthony Bell, who fatally shot four of his in-laws inside the Ministry of Jesus Christ Church on May 21, 2006. more
To all true crime buffs and even if you are not , This podcast being told by Woody Overtone is amazing!!!! As one that never wanted to listen to podcasts before, 2 minutes in I was HOOKED!! more
Love the show
I started from the very beginning a few months ago. I love that Woody gives great stories on crimes he was part of convicting. I like the brutal honesty. Sometimes I am holding my breath waiting to hear what comes next, laughing, angry with the people that commit these crimes. It really is a fantastic podcast! I listen to it all the time and really love it!
I like the show and appreciate the no politics rule (when it's being followed) but it seems to me like maybe the rules don't really apply to everyone. If one host gets sanctioned for negative comments about Trump, then negative comments about Biden should be sanctioned as well. Better still, just don't bring either of them into the conversation. This podcast is one of the few where I don't have to listen to politics, please don't lose that focus. The humor y'all bring has much more value to this... more
I'm glad the case was resolved, and this episode gave 40 minutes of congratulations and honoring everyone involved, but the actual crime was not discussed. we know how wonderful everyone is........ but what was the crime? what was the investigation? results? court trial or plea? I'm sorry to say this was the longest kissing a** I've listened to by you without ANY details. Maybe you should listen to a little bit before it's posted. The only thing missing in this case..... is the case.
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Real Life Real Crime launched 5 years ago and published 456 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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