1. A Cross-Border Killer?
42:49 | Jun 1st
sauce3834 recommended:Jul 21st
It's a gripping real life thriller that leaves you wondering what's going to happen next.
alishiamarie recommended:Jul 19th
This has been on my list for a little while and I finally am getting around to it, so far it is REALLY well done. The narrators are empathic and kind while leading you down a very dark road.
danny recommended:Jul 19th
Women being murderer at a border town and a couple of reporters trying to get to the bottom of it.
jennx recommended:Jul 19th
In Juárez, disposing a body is easy—you don’t have to dig too deep...you’re digging through sand afterall. Since 1993, authorities have discovered over 370 bodies of women in mass graves on the border of US-Mexico that have been brutalized and tortured. Could there be a serial killer on the loose o...Show More
iheartradiopodcasts recommended:Jul 17th
Forgotten: Women of Juárez is a new true crime podcast about the Juárez murders. Host Oz Woloshyn, an Emmy and Peabody-award winning producer and writer, and his co-host Mónica Ortiz Uribe travel to Juárez to uncover the truth behind these devastating murders, while reminding us that social injustic...Show More
mm recommended:Jun 25th
This podcast will give you chills. So many women are disappearing in the border town of Juárez, Mexico that they call it a "femicide". They're dumped in mass desert graves and "overkilled" (i.e. strangled, shot *and* knifed). Excellent investigation and thoughtful exploration of these horrific crime...Show More
ambahjay recommended:Jun 7th
First, individual bodies of murdered women were found. Then they started finding mass graves. Technically true crime, but with larger implications. How big of a difference can a national border make when it seperates women living in neighboring cities?