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audiochuck | Western Sound
True Crime

STRANGELAND from audiochuck is an investigative series that examines cases in immigrant neighborhoods. Season 2: Murder is Maple Shade is hosted by investigative journalist Ben Adair and award-winning journalist with more than 30 years experience across three continents, Tinku Ray. Maple Shade, New Jersey is a quaint suburb where the motto is, “Nice Town, Friendly People.” But on the evening of March 23, 2017, an Indian tech worker, Sasikala Narra, and her six-year-old son, Anish, were found brutally murdered in their apartment. Police questioned the husband and father, Hanumantha, but his alibi checked out. Six years later, the case is still unsolved, and authorities won’t discuss it. So, we’re investigating for ourselves and discovering new leads, potential motives, and questionable behavior by local authorities. Will there ever be justice for Sasikala and Anish? Strangeland is produced by Western Sound.


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    Each episode is making me change my mind lol (season 1) I really think Robin is innocent!!!!

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    Canada6 months ago
  • Tactless and Biased Reporting

    Season 1 was good – notably due to the access to evidence and the official investigation footage and documents. Season 2, on the other hand, is a really, really painful listen. A terrible crime, with suspicious circumstances, told in a biased and sensationalist way that takes away from the case itself. The reporters use poor tactics to try and contact people of interest – and afterwards, use their lack of success in their harassing and stalker-like interview tactics as evidence of guilt from the... more

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    I just finished this season, coincidentally on the anniversary of the murders, which make it feel a bit more emotional. I cannot believe how much this team dug up about this case, in spite of law enforcement’s lack of ANY assistance. Truly amazing what good investigation can turn up. I hope there is a petition we can sign or something similar to help get this “active” case moving once again. Great job everyone! 👏🏼👏🏼

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