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Park Predators
Sometimes the most beautiful places hide the darkest secrets.
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4.4 stars from 9,691 ratings
Love the show
I love all of the Park Predator episodes. I took great interest in the episodes of the three housewives killed at Starved Rock State Park as I live nearby. Only one small correction: The Daily Illini is pronounced “Ill-lie-nie” as in The Fighting Illini of University of Illinois.
Illinois Pride via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/21/21
Enjoyable, flawed podcast
An interesting podcast, sometimes marred by the host’s mispronouncing place names or in the case of the most recent one, mispronouncing the name of a newspaper, the Daily Illini.
Luz Filia via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/20/21
Love it!!
Another Fabulous podcast from Audio Chuck!! These Ladies have True Crime running through their veins!! I cannot get enough of this Podcast, from the mystery of so many disappearances, the shocking twists & turns of each episode, and the back drop for each case, being the National Parks of...Read full review »
Shay'sMama via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 06/20/21
Recent Episodes
In 2015, a Canadian tourist and California therapist are slain inside parks surrounding San Francisco, California just a few days apart. The hunt for their murderers leads authorities on a wild chase that reveals a single predator isn't behind the killings, but rather, a trio of young people...
Published 06/22/21
In 1960, three housewives from Chicago never make it out of Starved Rock State Park alive and police in Illinois quickly realize a piece of nature itself is the murder weapon. The investigation zeros in on a predator who was hiding in plain sight. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here...
Published 06/15/21
On October 1, 1988 two people entered Presque Isle Park and only one came out alive. The question of who killed Paul Girard on a sacred Native American chief's grave may soon be answered. The key to solve the 33-year-old cold case may be buried in Lake Superior or it might be with scientists in...
Published 06/08/21
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