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Dark Poutine
True Crime and Dark History
True crime, legends, folklore, dark history and other creepy topics from the perspective of real live Canadians.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 2,249 ratings
The background sound
Love the podcast so far except the eerie annoying sound you have playing in the background! The podcast is great and wouldn't need it, I am only on episode 2 so hoping it has been removed as i keep listening not sure or how many episodes i will listen too with that music!
JUJU GYPSY via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 05/18/19
Fantastic find!
So glad I came across this podcast - I’ve only listened to a few episodes so far (started with ep 72), and am completely hooked. A must listen for true crime buffs!
ThePhoeb via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/18/19
Dark poutine
As a duel citizen of BC Canada & the US, I really enjoy listening to the accents. It’s making me homesick, but I love stories of anything murder. Your wide range of topics which are I’ve never heard of, as I came to the US in 1957, I seem to want to know and am a bit shocked that Canadians have...Read full review »
Nyrahs2019 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/17/19
Recent Episodes
In this episode we go to PEI, Canada's tiniest province for the precedent setting trial of Douglas Beamish for murder on his ex and mother of five, Shirley Duguay.
Published 05/13/19
After a deliberately set inferno three bodies are found inside the charred remains of a family home. The man responsible would spin a fatastical web of lies that RCMP were left to unravel.
Published 05/06/19
Samantha Walsh disappeared on a 3 minute walk home on a cold winter night in Fleur de Lys NL. The community was shocked when it turned out one of their own had been responsible for her disappearance.
Published 04/29/19
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