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Kristen Seavey
Murder, She Told
Maine and New England true crime with original interviews and detailed documentary style storytelling. Murder, She Told is an award winning, true crime podcast shedding light on the cold cases, missing persons, and crime stories that often get overlooked of Maine, New England, and small towns from away. Murder, She Told uses detailed storytelling with an investigative twist, and weaves in original interviews with friends, family, and investigators close to the case. Rooted in deep research, straightforward narratives, and the victims and their family at the center of every story, Murder,...
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4.9 stars from 1,374 ratings
So good!
Excellent podcast. Interesting , but sad stories . This podcaster host is very caring. You can tell she puts her heart and soul into each episode.
Jersey Girl in Vermont via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/31/24
Murder she wrote is perfect
She weaves a complete story of the victim’s life And doesn’t skip ahead to the gory details. I like the ambiance of small town New England and the family interviews which are never maudlin.
zisserzasser via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/27/24
Anita’s story
You did an absolutely stunning job and brought Anita to life with compassion and grace. She sounds like she was an adventurous and strong soul who overcame so much and loved life and her family in equal measure. You are truly a gifted storyteller.
Animal Zoo Reviewer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/13/24
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1987 - Roxbury, Massachusetts. It was Labor Day weekend in 1987. 19-year-old Dora Brimage was celebrating her friend’s birthday when she got into a car to head to a club called Joe’s Jaguar. She never came home. Her body was found the following morning at a construction site when the workers...
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