My favorite episode, despite--and possibly because of--knowing what happened before listening. But wait!! If you don't know, don't look it up. You'll thank me--this is hands down THE best way to discover this story.
I love when a case is solved after so many years (see also: Lori Erica Ruff) and the solution is one of the ones posited by a podcast (see: this episode for sure, also possibly Astonishing Legends' Earhart ep)!!
The best part about this show is... whether you know the subject already or not (I did, on this one), you can enjoy the telling of it either way. This one in particular lends absolutely no hints; go in blind if you can!
Holy shit. A must-listen for any Serial lover. This group is initially a little dry in terms of podcasting, but apply a liberal amount of 'deal with it' and focus on the content--which is EXPLOSIVE. A++++
As a fan of True Crime Garage, I initially passed this up. Don't. It's not a clone, it's a great podcast with a similar gimmick--it's well done, and worth swallowing initial assumptions and giving it a chance.
I'm still chilled by the events of this case, even as I remain undecided about whether Tina's husband killed her purposefully, accidentally, or through negligence assisted by the negligence of their vacation diving company.