Bringing those lesser known cases out of the shade. From strings of disappearances to serial killers in our midst, this podcast will leave you baffled by the crime going on right under your nose. Every Monday, Shades of Crime host, Will, covers a unique and fascinating case that you will likely not know about. Get ready, because things are about to get... shady.
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I love the concept of this podcast. I particularly enjoy that the host attacks these stories that we haven’t heard of. Most go straight for those we’ve heard so many times. I cannot wait to dive deeper into some of these episodes. 🙏🏻
Well researched and an easy listen. Love the narrative style to cases that even I haven’t heard of!
There are usually a lot of dead ends when it comes to small-town crime, but this doesn't stop Will and Amy! Personal stories from the hosts complement the crimes they cover, which makes them different (and more believable) than other true crime podcasts.
I really enjoy listening to this podcast and it really puts into perspective how much crime is not reported in small/rural areas
I thoroughly enjoy the small town aspect of the show! It’s refreshing to hear about crimes and mysteries that aren’t as wide spread and obscure.
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Shades of Crime launched 4 years ago and published 21 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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