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The Fall Line®
The Fall Line: True Crime
True crime podcasting often forgets that, underneath the gore and sensationalism, there are real people, real families, and real justice waiting to be served.  The Fall Line® is an antidote to that oversight - focused on ethical, deep-dive coverage of missing people, unsolved homicides, and unidentified persons called John and Jane Does.  We present carefully crafted true crime stories, thorough research and in-depth interviews with families, law enforcement, and experts. And we bring calls to action, so engaged true crime listeners can do their part to resolve cold cases. Join us to learn...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 4,796 ratings
Interesting However…
The reading by the host sounds unnatural. The pauses (or lack of), the lisping and the almost monotone reporting, is brisk and awkward. I actually really want to listen but am so distracted by how swift the info is coming at me that I cannot “settle in” to hear what the reader is reporting. I’m...Read full review »
MNinBoondocksAK via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/09/24
I have been a fan of The Fall Line for years and years. It continues to do amazing things and touch my heart. Laurah and Brooke are doing such important work. Everyone will learn something from listening. Thank you for what you do.
rayray2244 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/02/24
Voice ruins it
There has to be a way to enhance the narrators voice to take out the lisping & make it have a normal cadence. Unlistenable as is.
NannyRA70’ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/10/24
Recent Episodes
Published 02/28/24
We continue our coverage of Patricia Otto’s 1976 disappearance, local law enforcement’s suspicions regarding her husband, and the possible intersection with another case: a Jane Doe homicide victim discovered just two hours away. Season 17, Missing Mothers, covers the stories of two daughters,...
Published 02/28/24
After her mother’s mysterious, late-night disappearance one August night in 1976, an Idaho-born woman must unpack her early childhood memories, local law enforcement’s suspicions regarding her own father, and the possible intersection with another case: a Jane Doe homicide victim discovered just...
Published 02/21/24
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