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The True Crime Files

The True Crime Files
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Welcome to The True Crime Files Podcast! A bi-weekly podcast focusing on mysterious disappearances and unsolved murders. You'll find that our show covers a diversity of victims and perspectives. And our short episode format will help you know a case very well in only 10 to 15 minutes. Written by Christine Penhale. Narrated by Scott Fuller.


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Latest Episodes

In September 1963 Noreen Greenley was a vibrant 13-year-old. more

13 days ago

On September 15, 1988, 80-year-old Thera Dieleman got a ride into town to enjoy a day of shopping in Goderich, Ontario. Afterwards, she was dropped off at home and settled in for a relaxing evening. more

a month ago

In August 2007, 20-year-old Christina Calayca vanished during an early morning jog while camping in Rainbow Falls Provincial Park with a cousin and two church group friends. more

2 months ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 110 ratings
  • I could listen to Scott read the phonebook!

    Great research, very informative! I like that it is shedding light on unsolved cases/missing persons, so it feels like it’s more than just “entertainment”.... but let’s be honest, the #1 reason I initially tuned into this podcast was because I heard it was Scott doing the narration. I could listen to him read the phonebook, I love his voice and delivery. Thank you Scott!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Patreon support for "10 to 15 minutes" twice a month? With that poor sound quality?

    5 months ago
  • Outstanding

    Thanks Scott

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 months ago
  • 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

    Amazing show! 🔥 Well researched and I wish I could give more stars!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • Great job presenting these “true crime” files

    Well presented - refreshing look at some high profile as well as little known cold cases. A real gem in the true crime genre!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australiaa year ago

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