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Investigates
If you find yourself googling unsolved crimes or thinking endlessly about incredible stories, then you need to listen to Investigates - the podcast that lifts the veil on some of the world’s most horrific crimes and baffling mysteries. From Australia’s most haunted house to the 37-year-old missing person’s case that started a national movement, Investigates explores some of the most fascinating stories the world has ever seen. 
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Ratings & Reviews
4.4 stars from 141 ratings
What happened to Nick?
Best to read the Coroner’s report. I knew after listening to this episode I needed to find out what wasn’t being told...sad for the family his body has never been found. I won’t be listening to any more episodes given how poorly this story was told!
KimmySE via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 12/30/19
Utterly fantastic
Relaxing music, audio scenery, fascinating interviews, 2 episodes into S2 and this is a brilliant story telling podcast. Reminds me of sitting and listening eagerly to a radio program. You should be downloading and listening to this amazing podcast right now!
Kallel_x via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/14/19
Must listen
Fantastic new podcast. Fascinating topics and thoughtful questions asked.
dylang1986 via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 10/27/19
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