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On Buried Bones, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired investigator Paul Holes dissect some of history’s most compelling true crime cases from centuries ago. Together, they explore these very old cases through a 21st century lens. With their years of expertise and knowledge of modern forensics, they reflect on how far science has come and bring new insight to old mysteries. Together, Kate and Paul have examined many cases including the 1932 Lindbergh baby kidnapping, the first time fing ...
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Tenfold More Wickeds Presents: Wicked Words is a unique blend of narrative, nonfiction, and true crime storytelling with in-depth interviewing. In each episode, host Kate Winkler Dawson interviews a journalist, writer or other professional about their best true crime cases. Explore the story behind some of history’s most infamous cases. Now in its third season, past interviews include the filmmaker who investigated the Long Island serial killer, the forensic psychologist who spent years expl ...
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In this week's episode Paul and Kate head back to turn-of-the-century Northern California, where a suspicious man enters the picture of a well-off farming family. A single evening becomes the focus of our attention as tensions come to a head between everyone involved. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at …
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In February of 1992, a 22 year old walked into a police station in Florida and confessed that he’d shot and killed his parents. He claimed that he had been possessed by the devil. He was eventually diagnosed with schizophrenia and ruled “not criminally responsible” for the murders on grounds of insanity. But after the trial, where do the "criminall…
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What would it be like to interview a serial killer? New York Times best-selling author Jillian Lauren knows. Her haunting account of confronting Samuel Little is detailed in her book Behold the Monster. In our chat, Jillian explains how she convinced Little to tell her where one unknown victim was buried. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If…
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In the second part of this two-part episode, Kate and Paul are back in 1931 London trying to narrow down suspects in the murder of a 10-year-old girl. Under the forensic guidance of the legendary Bernard Spilsbury, the body and the evidence are expertly analyzed in this tragic case. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Pri…
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Best-selling author Bryan Burrough returns to his small-town Texas roots in the podcast, by Texas Monthly, called “Stephenville.” This season he explores a murder case that went cold for nearly two decades. To tell this amazing story, Bryan is armed with the newly discovered diary of the killer himself. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If y…
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In this first part of a two-part episode, Paul and Kate head to 1931 London where a 10-year-old girl goes missing after running a quick errand at her aunt's home. After her body is found, the police do a thorough investigation uncovering much more than first meets the eye. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notic…
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The story of one of America’s youngest death row inmates is tragic and complicated. How did a young woman in 1980s Indiana end up in prison? Alex Mar unfolds her incredible book, Seventy Times Seven: A True Story of Murder and Mercy. It’s a journey about racism, anger, and forgiveness. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If you have suggestion…
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In this week’s episode, Kate and Paul head to 1950s Georgia where a string of deaths seems to surround an industrious young woman. Will the ensuing investigation prove they were coincidences or is something more malevolent going on? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sel…
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Maurice Chammah hosts a podcast called “Smoke Screen: Just Say You’re Sorry.” It tells the story of a brutal murder of a woman who was disparaged by the police to secure a suspect. And that's just the beginning of the questionable techniques used by investigators, as well as the Texas Rangers. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com   If you have sugge…
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Paul and Kate head to early 1900s England where a shopkeeper and his wife are found brutally beaten to death. After the investigation leans heavily on very nascent fingerprinting evidence, would the jury convict? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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One of the most incredible stories in true crime is the tale of Arthur Conan Doyle and how he helped free a man…who was innocent of murder. Author Margalit Fox offers us a deep dive into the characters in her book, Conan Doyle for the Defense. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If you have suggestions for historical crimes that could use some…
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In this week’s episode, Kate and Paul head to 1897 Chicago where a sausage kingpin has engaged in some risky business and his wife has gone missing. Biology and science play huge roles in a trial that features the first testimony of a forensic anthropologist. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://a…
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You can’t beat a story about an eighteenth-century mutiny and survival and then conflicting accounts. Author David Grann has written about the epic, harrowing saga of a ship and its crew in a book called The Wager: A Tale of Shipwreck, Mutiny and Murder. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If you have suggestions for historical crimes that cou…
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On today’s episode, Paul and Kate travel to 1894 Lynn County, Missouri where a young girl's story of survival after the murder of her family sets the stage for this episode. As an investigation seeks to verify her story, details emerge that make this an almost movie-like thrilling case. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California…
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Most of you have probably heard the story of the Hart family, the couple that drove a car off a cliff with all of their adopted children inside. Our guest Roxanna Asgarian unfolds the story with details that we’ve never heard before, including an investigation into the child welfare system. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If you have sugge…
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On this week's episode, Kate and Paul head to Soho, NY in 1885 where a restaurant owner is found dead in the middle of the day. Beyond a very robust crime scene, the investigation uncovers the interesting history of the victim and immigration in the US at the time. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at htt…
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One of the most studied murder trials in recent history is the case of Kathleen Peterson, which was featured in the TV series, The Staircase. Author Tiddy Smith recounts the story in his book Death by Talons and focuses on the most controversial part of the case…the owl theory. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If you have suggestions for hi…
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In this week's episode Paul and Kate go to early 1900s Ohio where a young girl sneaks out of a family gathering and doesn't return. After her body is found and the circumstances are weighed a massive manhunt uncovers some disturbing patterns. Is there a Serial Killer in Dayton? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy …
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A wealthy man is poisoned in 1830s England, and there are many suspects, including several heirs. Would coffee grounds prove to be crucial evidence in a murder case that helped change forensics? Sandra Hempel in her book, The Inheritor’s Powder, tells us the story of a determined chemist who shifted the outcome of a historic case. Buy my books: kat…
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In this second part of a two-part episode set in the Northeast in 1937, Kate and Paul explore the investigation that sees a suspect apprehended AND THEN some truly unexpected accusations are made. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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A man is found dead from a gunshot wound in Washington DC in 1923. He’s an aide and a confidante to a powerful politician, the attorney general of the United States. Was his death a murder or a suicide? Author Nathan Masters tells us the story at the center of his book: Crooked. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com     If you have suggestions for hi…
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Paul and Kate travel all over the Northeast in 1937 for the first part of a double-header. A man is awoken in his car and soon after not one, but two bodies are found inside. But the driver's arrest is only the start of this very involved case. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privac…
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Have you ever heard of the Rice Chest Prince? It’s a real story from Korean history, and it’s a fascinating look at the dynamic between a king and his son, and how it turned so tragic. Author June Hur explores her culture in her novel, The Red Palace, as she uses the Prince’s story for inspiration. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com      If you ha…
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In this episode, Kate and Paul go to 1958 Canada where a young girl doesn't come home when expected and soon after is found dead. An equally young suspect was quickly apprehended in a historic case that changed the Canadian legal system forever. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/priva…
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The brutal murder of a 3-year-old shocked Victorian England not only because of how it happened, but because of who the police suspected. Could one of Britain’s most famous detectives solve the case? Author Kate Summerscale tells us the story at the center of her book, The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher. Buy my books: katewinklerdawson.com If you have s…
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In this week’s episode, Paul and Kate travel to late 1897 Pennsylvania where a torso is discovered on a shore and a suspect is named soon after. But when more characters come to light surrounding the suspect, the picture gets complicated very quickly. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com…
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