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Dead Man Talking
Dead Man Talking, led Alex on an investigation into the crimes and confessions of The Railroad Killer, Angel Resendiz.
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4.6 stars from 1,467 ratings
Definitely worth listening
For anyone looking for a serious and hard hitting crime and justice documentary this will be right up your street. It reminds me just how vast America is and how easy it is for bodies to remain undiscovered for decades. It also reminds me how brutal the American justice system can be. Give it a...Read full review »
KentTwinMum via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/26/23
Another suggestion
I enjoyed the podcast and it kept my interest. But I agree with the others. Stick to the facts, the story was able to hold its own without personal opinion of the narrator. The police need to support and commend the officers who fight to protect the innocent, especially the falsely accused. ...Read full review »
Wizkee via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/13/22
Great True Crime Podcast!
Great theme song, great content! Pointing out injustice and trying to get to the bottom of a serial killer’s true body count.
Zodiac kills via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/11/21
Recent Episodes
For the final episode to the series, Alex talks to John Hardin about what motivated him to dedicate his life to freeing the wrongfully convicted. John also talks about some of the inmates they believe to be innocent and are currently helping, and has some advise for any listeners wanting to get...
Published 01/04/21
Juan Melendez tells Alex about spending nearly 18 years on Death Row for the murder of Delbert Baker in Florida. Juan was innocent of the crime and despite having an alibi for the time of the murder, he was prosecuted after the testimony of a know criminal.  Juan talks about the use of the...
Published 12/28/20
Alex talks to Sabrina Butler Smith - the first ever female death row exoneree in the US- about her wrongful conviction. Sabrina was sentenced to death for the murder of her baby son Walter after she was forced to sign a confession. Eight years later she was released from prison after a retrial....
Published 12/18/20
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