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About Time for True Crime
About Time for True Crime
It’s about time you heard a true crime podcast from two educated women in the field. Each holding degrees in criminal justice and certification for recovery support, Allie and Abby are currently working in the criminal justice system. These two young, excited and educated women set out to share with you true crime stories, from old and current, small town and national headlines, while also sharing personal experience as it relates. We invite you to hang out with us as we dig into these crimes, criminal justice theory, psychology & sociology, discuss mental health and substance use, the...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 36 ratings
This is definitely my new favorite podcast. I am so happy to have found it! Reminds me a lot of Morbid with the witty banter with good research! Would love it if you guys did the Steven Stayner case I would love to see your take on it! Love you guys, keep doing this 🩷
Powens0202 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/10/24
Favorite True Crime Podcast!
Allie and Abby do a great job of covering cases I love and cases I’ve never heard. I trust their research and their take on cases because of their education and sources! I also love that they can add some respectful levity to some of the most heart wrenching crimes I’ve ever heard! More...Read full review »
Pbdyhckyplaya via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/09/24
Tried listening to the Under The Bridge podcast episode, but couldn’t stand all the giggling going on. Do better.
BHB222 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/07/24
Recent Episodes
Episode 129: The Exoneration of Brian Banks Ask and you shall receive! Our listeners requested an exoneration case and that’s what we brought you today. In 2002, Brian Banks was a talented athlete with dreams of playing professional football when his life changed at just 16 years old. He was...
Published 06/18/24
Published 06/18/24
Episode 128: Murder for Avril Tickets In March 2008, Robert Bolek had an argument with his mother Linda , but this argument was unlike any they’d had before. Robert had struggled with his mental health for most of his life, and it became increasingly worse in the months leading up to March. An...
Published 06/11/24
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