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audiochuck | Western Sound
True Crime

STRANGELAND is a new series from audiochuck that reexamines cases in immigrant neighborhoods. Hosted by investigative journalist Ben Adair and world-renowned interpreter Sharon Choi, Season One’s investigation goes where the police in California couldn’t and uncovers new evidence that may change the course of a case that stunned K-town. Strangeland is produced by Western Sound.


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Latest Episodes

The results of the new DNA tests are in, with big implications for Robin Cho, Byung Song, and the victims of this crime. So, the question is, will justice be served and how?

9 months ago

Ben and Sharon visit the lab that did the DNA testing that led to Robin Cho’s conviction. While touring the facility, they learn of DNA from the crime scene that’s never been tested.

9 months ago

It’s courtroom 101: the prosecution’s trying to make a case, the defense is trying to get their client off, and it’s the jury’s job to figure out the truth. But how much of the science that’s presented at court is actually scientific? Ben and Sharon ... more

9 months ago


4.1 out of 5 stars from 939 ratings
  • Not interesting

    The narrator relayed each piece of information that was added to sound like a bombshell when in fact it didn’t create any suspense or wonder. This is not interesting and gets worse with each episode

    Apple Podcasts
    Dudu from FH
    United States9 months ago
  • Riveting case

    The case in and of itself is riveting. Sharon and Ben didn’t need to make it any more “entertaining” by speaking faster or slower, scripting it or not scripting it, etc. If you are simply curious and fascinated by human behavior and aptitude for a crime of this nature, you will enjoy the show.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • Excelente! Kept me amazed! Thank you.

    Podcast Addict
    9 months ago
  • great show great layout

    the story was definitely delivered professionally i felt like i was drug along a rollercoaster of a story that was well hosted!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • Um…

    No offense but Ben why are you here? Your audio is horrible you chime in just to be apart of it with nothing to add. Couldn’t you just have been a producer?

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago

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