Do you ever listen to a true crime podcast and think “that’s not quite right…?” Same. Crime stories are hard to ignore and even harder to forget. But the thing is... they’re stories. And getting a story right is all about how you tell it. Truer Crime talks about real people — murdered, missing, misled — with more nuance, more context, and more questions. Hosted by Celisia Stanton.
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This podcast takes the typical true crime podcast steps further. It doesn’t just present the facts, but how crimes and people fit into the larger criminal justice system, which includes intersecting injustices.
So informative & important. Thank you!!
Listened only to the Darlie Routie episode. It was a well organized and interesting story, presented well, and stirred an interest in knowing more, leading me to spend an afternoon in independent research. That’s what resulted in my low rating here. Although Celisia presents her story as an even-handed factual review, she actually omits a lot of very compelling evidence at the scene pointing at Darlie. Frankly I was shocked about the failure to discuss some very key evidence items, some of whic... more
I was really liking this podcast until I heard about her fraud committed by “white people or wealthy people “. I do feel sorry for her, I wish this on no one, black or white. Unless, I heard wrong, wasn’t it a person of color that took the money?? I will quit now before I get too carried away.
Started listening yesterday and cannot stop! Even when the story is something I THINK I already know so much about, Celisia and team come at it with new angles and fresh ideas. more
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Truer Crime launched 9 months ago and published 13 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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