Dead Man Talking
Angel Resendiz aka The Railroad Killer criss-crossed the US by freight train in the 80s and 90s, choosing his victims at random, before he was executed by the State of Texas in 2006. Before his death, Resendiz spoke to journalist Alex Hannaford and claimed, on tape, to have killed more than he had taken the blame for. The authorities said Angel Resendiz was lying in an attempt to delay his own death. But, haunted by the crackly interview tape, Alex is determined to investigate. Then a letter arrives from a woman serving life in prison for her husband’s murder — telling him that Resendiz...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 765 ratings
The story is really interesting and I think the host has a great basis to do this research. It seems at times, however, he places emphasis on people and evidence suggesting Resendiz is guilty and brushing opposing suggestions to the side. I like investigative podcasts that consider both sides of...
makalakamoo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/09/18
1 out of 5
Poor audio and the story moves like an epileptic snake.
TrueCrimeIan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/05/18
I have zero complaints about this podcast. It’s highly intriguing!! Don’t sleep on this one
Janelle09 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/05/18
Recent Episodes
A special in-depth interview with sole survivor of the Railroad Killer, Holly Dunn.   Holly tells Alex about surviving the attack and trying to rebuild her life while knowing Angel Resendiz was still at large. Presented by [Alex Hannaford]( and produced by [Peter...
Published 12/11/18
In this episode we hear about the brutal murder of an elderly woman called Fanny Byers in a tiny rural Georgia town, a case that profoundly influenced what Alex thinks about Resendiz and the confessions that he made.   Presented by [Alex Hannaford]( and produced by...
Published 12/04/18
Diamantina’s former lover Andres Mascorro, who was also convicted of Darryl Kolojaco’s murder, has finally agreed to be interviewed in prison — after years of Alex writing to him with no response. Mascorro insists he is innocent; that police coerced a confession from him and threatened to deport...
Published 11/20/18
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