Real Life Real Crime
By Woody Overton
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Twisted, gruesome, evil, sometimes funny, but always true: Real Life, Real Crime is a weekly podcast hosted by Woody Overton, a veteran law enforcement professional for over 20 years. Each show Woody will go in depth into cases he has worked personally, to give the audience an exclusive perspective through shocking experiences in his lifetime. Warning: this podcast will dive into extremely detailed, graphic and uncomfortable topics.
||CleanMurder Me Now! part 3||"Murder Me Now!" part 3 is the last part in a 3 part series which details the story of a horrific abduction, rape, and murder of a beautiful, young innocent girl by a serial predator.||3/22/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitMurder Me Now part 2||"Murder Me Now!" part 2 is a 3 part series which details the story of a horrific abduction, rape, and murder of a beautiful, young innocent girl by a serial predator.||3/15/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMurder Me Now!||"Murder Me Now!" is a two-part series which details the story of a horrific abduction, rape, and murder of a beautiful, young innocent girl by a serial predator.||3/8/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAMA (Ask Me Anything) Session with Woody||This episode of Real Life Real Crime is the first AMA (Ask Me Anything) with Woody Overton, the host. The questions asked came from the fans of the show.||3/4/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitChristopher Pell Conclusion||This is the conclusion of the two part series that tells the story of a horrific, violent murder of an innocent young bride and the criminal case that develops afterwards.||3/1/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 3: Until Death Do Us Part||Part 1 of 2||2/22/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2: TRUST NO ONE||Christ Hunt||2/14/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEpisode 1- Double Clutch and Christina Constance||Serial child rapists||2/8/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
Re: Child predators
Narrator does not understand that predators seduce and charm the parents. First
Retired Louisiana police officer with a great voice tells stories of cases he worked. Not just another retelling of the same old same olds. Lots of info about investigative details, so it's a fascinating inside look, and quick and humane sketches of the people involved, so it feels true and real, not slick and packaged. I hope he can keep it up, because, despite the usual production glitches of an amateur podcast - which are surprisingly unobtrusive actually - this is already one of the best.