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Southern Fried True Crime
Erica Kelley is a native Tennessean exploring historical and contemporary true crime in the South. Southern charm is attempted but southern sass is bountiful. Join her as she shows you just how southern fried the justice system can be in the Deep South.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 2,171 ratings
Great podcast
The narrator is very articulate and clear. She paints a great picture of each story. I can almost see them in my mind.
SerbianDahlia via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/19
Erica, thank you!
I adore your voice, I’m from the south so it’s soothing and calming to me. I’ve listened to every episode at least 3 times. I love how you give the history and geography of each area in the beginning. Your passion is so evident. I have even gotten my husband addicted to your podcast. My only...Read full review »
Danielle74 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/19
I love true crime podcasts and listen to a variety of styles. From Small Town Murder to the Murder Squad and even True Crime Sweden. One thing that those podcasts have in common is that they don’t make assumptions about facts in the case or about what happens in relationships. Unfortunately after...Read full review »
JessiPent via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/19
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