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- Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton
- Tom Cruise and Cher
- Kaley Cuoco and Henry Cavill
- Whoopi Goldberg and Ted Danson
- Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Grey
- Ryan Reynolds and Alanis Morissette
- Lizzy Caplan and Matthew Perry
- Courteney Cox and Michael Keaton
- Blake Lively and Ryan Gosling
- Kiefer Sutherland and Julia Roberts
- Jason Segel and Michelle Williams
- Tom Hiddleston and Taylor Swift
- Sarah Jessica Parker and Robert Downey Jr.
- Chris Pine and Zoë Kravitz
- Anne Hathaway and Topher Grace
- Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele
- Justin Timberlake and Cameron Diaz
- Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson
- Madonna and Tupac
- Penélope Cruz and Orlando Bloom
- Drew Barrymore and Justin Long
- Keira Knightley and Jamie Dornan
- Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy
- Wilmer Valderrama and Mandy Moore
- Britney Spears and Colin Farrell
- Samantha Ronson and Lindsay Lohan
- Rihanna and Shia LaBeouf
- Ashley Olsen and Lance Armstrong
- Nick Cannon and Kim Kardashian West
- Aubrey Plaza and Michael Cera
- Last but not least, Jaden Smith and Kylie Jenner
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2019.11.27 11:37 SunValleySun List of True Crime Podcasts - one case per podcast/season - with descriptions
I always find that the suggestions for one case podcasts are scattered among comments, but I wanted to put a list together for those who were seeking some suggestions and in hope that I would find some new Podcasts to listen to – to make this easier I have put these in order of when the first episode was released. I will of course missed countless Podcasts, please let me know what I have missed and I will happily add them to my list. Enjoy. Follow the updates on Instagram @truecrime_podcasts
Update: I have put a \
* next to the podcasts that are highly rated on podcast platforms. These are not suggestions by me, but here for the purpose of those that are after highly rated podcasts.
- Serial: Season 1 - Covers the case of Adnan Syed #speculated incorrect verdict \*
- Truth & Justice: Season 1 - Looks at the Serial Podcast #speculated incorrect verdict \*
- Breakdown: Season 1 - Justin Chapman was accused of burning his own house and killing his elderly neighbour in the process. Chapman is now serving life in prison #speculated incorrect verdict \*
- Missing Maura Murray - Maura drove three hours from her dorm in Amherst Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where she was involved in a car accident. After that she was never seen or heard from again #missingperson
- Serial: Season 2 - Looks at the story of Bowe Bergdahl, former US Army solider who was captured by the Taliban #captured \*
- Truth & Justice: Season 2 - In 1993, Elnora Griffin was found brutally murdered in her trailer home. Five years later, Edward Ates, who lived near Elnora at the time of the crime, was convicted and sentenced to 99 years. \*
- Someone Knows Something: Season 1 - Case of missing five-year-old Adrien McNaughton who wandered into the woods and was never seen again #missingchild \*
- Breakdown: Season 2 - Death in a hot car - mistake or murder? #deathofchild \*
- Untold the Daniel Morgan Murder - Brutal axe killing, and the murky world of private detectives in 1980s London
- Up and Vanished: Season 1 - Covers the case of Tara Grinstead who vanished 13 years ago #missingperson
- In The Dark: Season 1 - About the abduction of Jacob Wetterling who remains were found nearly 30 years after his disappearance #missingchild \*
- Accused: Season 1 - Covers the case of Elizabeth Andes who was murdered in her Ohio apartment in 1978 - two juries later and it's not clear who killed her \*
- Phoebe's Fall - Looks at the case of Phoebe Handsjuk who died a gruesome death in 2010 in a Melbourne apartment block
- Curtain - Highlights the racism faced by indigenous natives in the Australian justice system with a specific look at the case of Kevin 'Curtain' Henry, who was accused of murder in 1992 #speculated incorrect verdict \*
- Stranglers - investigating the Boston Strangler(s) \*
- Someone Knows Something: Season 2 - Missing case of Sheryl Sheppard, who was expected to pick up her mother from the train station by never showed up #missingperson \*
- Truth & Justice: Season 3 - Goes through the story of Mrs. Keow Gove who was brutally murdered in a South Dallas neighbourhood in 1991 \*
- Breakdown: Season 3 - Covers Dr. Narendra K Gupta in the early 2000s who had been accused of sexually abusing women #medical \*
- S-Town - Investigation into a potential killer in Alabama which takes a surprising turn \*
- The WVU COED Murders (Mared & Karen) - Tells the true story of the disappearance and beheading of two West Virginia University freshman girls in 1970 \*
- 74 Seconds - Story of Philando Castile's death and every painful second afterward. Coverage of the trial of Jeronimo Yanex with a second-by-second narrative of Castile's death \*
- Beyond a Reasonable Doubt? - BBC podcast about the Kathleen/Michael Peterson case #questionablepartner
- Trace - Tells the story of the murder of Maria James who was about to confront a priest who had been sexually abusing her young son \*
- Breakdown: Season 4 - Donna Brown, a night manager at Taco Bell in Adel, was shot through her right eye, night money was stolen along with her car which was dumped not far from the scene \*
- Black Hands - In June 1994, five members of a family in New Zealand were shot dead. Two suspects were hunted down - one killed and the other survived. Who killed the Bain family? #massmurder \*
- Truth & Justice: Season 4 - Story of five armed robberies that occurred over a two week period in Killeen and Copperas Cove Texas in 2008 #robbery \*
- Dirty John - Now a TV Series - examines the story of Debra Newell who marries the love of her life - however John isn't who he seems #deception \*
- Accused: Season 2 - Delves into the 1987 murder of Retha Welch, a grandmother and prison minister found beaten to death in her Kentucky apartment \*
- Breakdown: Season 5 - Breaks down the murder prosecution of Claude "Tex" McIver, a wealthy and politically connected lawyer in Atlanta who killed his wide by shooting her in the back \*
- Heaven's Gate - In 1997, 39 people committed mass suicide which gripped the whole world, this podcast looks at the Heaven's Gate cult #cult \*
- Truth & Justice: Season 5 - Looks at the story of West Memphis 3 \* #overturnedverdict
- Someone Knows Something: Season 3 - In 1964, two klansmen were arrested for the murder of Dee & Moore: James Ford Seale and Charles Marcus Edwards. The charges were dropped but Edwards is still known to be alive and Thomas wants to meet him face to face \*
- You Must Remember Manson - Podcast about Charles Manson #charlesmanson \*
- Breakdown: Season 6 - Four men, two in each car, met at a gas station near I-285, then then drove both cars across the road to Burger King. Two men out of the black sedan then joined the other two men in the blue Pontiac and one of them immediately starting shooting the man sitting in the passenger side \*
- Atlanta Monster - Investigates the disappearances and murders of over 25 African American children and young adults in Atlanta in 1979 #missingchild/person
- Someone Knows Something: Season 4 - Looks at the case of Wayne Greavette in 1996 who was killed by a bomb in his living room #bomb #gory \*
- Death in Ice Valley - Looks into the death of the Isdal Woman, an unidentified woman who was found in the icy wilds of Norway in the 70s
- In The Dark: Season 2 - Follows Curtis Flowers, who has been tried six times for the murder of four employees at a furniture store \*
- The Teacher's Pet - Uncovers details around the disappearance of Lynette Dawson who went missing from her home in Australia in 1982 #missingperson \*
- The Doorstep Murder - Looks at Scotland's most infamous unsolved murder, Alistair Wilson's shooting on his doorstep in 2004
- Unravel: Season 1 - Story of an Indigenous teenagers body who is found on the railway line in 1988 just outside of Tamworth, NSW, Australia \*
- The Home Babies - The uncovering of an unmarked grave of over 800 infants, at a former institute for unmarried mothers in Ireland \*
- Missing & Murdered: Season 1 - Story of Alberta William's unsolved murder \*
- Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo: Season 2 - Looks at the case of Cleo Nicotine Semaganis who was taken from her family in 1960s to be re-educated in a boarding school #missingperson \*
- Mile Marker 181 - On November 19 2011 after a night out with friends, Jaleayah Davis was struck by her own car and found lying in the passing lane of I-77 #mysteriouscircumstances \*
- Without Warning: Season 1 - Investigates the tragic death of Lauren Agee, who died while attending a lakeside boating event with friends. Was this an accident? \*
- Fatal Voyage: The Mysterious Death of Natalie Wood (Now renamed to Diana: Case Solved) - Story of Natalie Wood, a Hollywood super-siren
- Truth & Justice: Season 6 - Podcast about Jaime Estuardo Melgar who was murdered on his wedding anniversary whilst celebrating with his wife #questionablepartner \*
- Up and Vanished: Season 2 - This season covers the disappearance of Kristal Anne Reisinger who mysteriously vanished into thin air after last being seen at a full-moon drum circle in the woods in Crestone #missingperson \*
- Sleuth - Follows a crime in real time. Following the murder case of Daniel Wozniack who lured two victims into the theatre attic, killed them and dismembered the bodies.
- Dr. Death - Examines the story of neurosurgeon Christopher Duntsch who was conducting back surgeries, however 33 of his patients became victims #medical \*
- Uncover: Season 1 - Escaping NXIVM. Tells the inside story of Sarah Edmondson who joined the multi-level marketing scheme only to discover some questionable activities at work. #cult
- Last Seen - Looks into the 1990 theft of the $500 million worth of art from the Isabella Stewart Museum #robbery
- Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers - Story of 19-year-old Jessica Chambers who was horrifically murdered in a rural Mississippi community #gory
- Serial: Season 3 - Different from Season's 1 and 2 - each episode focuses on a different crime
- Happy Face - In 1995 Melissa Moore learned that her father was a serial killer #familysecrets
- Bear Brook - Investigates the case of four bodies that were found in barrels in the woods on New Hampshire
- Unravel: Season 2 - In June 2978 18-year-old Trudie leaves a party at Newport Surf Club, Australia, just after midnight. She is picked up and never seen again #missingperson
- Someone Knows Something: Season 5 - In 1986 15-year-old Kerrie Brown disappeared from a house party #missingperson \*
- Hell and Gone: Season 1 - Looks at the cold-case of Rebekah Gould, a popular college student from Arkansas in 2004
- Believed - Focuses on the story of former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State doctor Larry Nassar who sexually abused girls and women for decades #medical #sexualabuse \*
- Uncover: Season 2 - Looks at the story of a bomb on Canadian Pacific Flight 21 #bomb
- Cold - Looks at the case of Susan Powell who went missing nearly 10 years ago. Her body has never been found and no-one has been convicted. #missingperson #domesticabuse #deathofchild \*
- Big Savage: The Death of Alexander Stevens - Two friends stage a ritual in the Appalachian forest of Savage River. By morning, only on is still alive \*
- Broken Harts - In March 2018 the car of Sarah and Jennifer Hart and their sex adopted children was found smashed on the rocks below a Californian highway in an apparent murder-suicide #murder-suicide #deathofchild
- True Crime Bullsh*\* - Explores the serial killer Israel Keyes #serialkiller
- Murderville - Looks at a brutal murder in a small southern town in the US - the question is whether or not the new guy is the person who committed the crime
- Monster: The Zodiac Killer - Murders of the Zodiac Killer back in 1960s and 1970s. #serialkiller
- Something Was Wrong: Season 1 - Covers the story of Sara who got engaged and thought she was marrying the Christian man of her dreams, until the week before her wedding when she learned - something was wrong #deception
- Case Closed: Season 1 - Covers the case of Erin Corwin who on her last day of life said she was going to Joshua Tree National Park, however she did not come back alive
- Alibi - Podcast is a response to a desperate please of innocence from Anthony deVries, a man incarcerated for double murder and robbery under apartheid in South Africa
- Juror Number 8 - The story of a man who murdered and dismembered his mother, allegedly as part of a Satanic ritual, as told by a member of the jury for his murder trial
- Unravel: Season 3 - Unsolved disappearance of young mum, Belinda Peisley, who was last seen in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, Australia in September 1998
- Who the Hell is Hamish? - Looks at Hamish Watson who has swindled more than $7 million from innocent individual from around the world
- Over My Dead Body: Season 1 - Explores a couple who were both attorneys whose relationship went bad and one of them ended up murdered
- Root of Evil - Black Dahlia Murder of 1947
- Secrets True Crime: Season 1 - About the unsolved disappearance of Susan Osborne and her 14 year old son, Evan Chartrand
- Shreds: Murder on the Dock - Covers the Cardiff killing of Lynette Whitein 1988, the subsequent charging of five black and mixed-race men with her death, and what became - at the time - the longest murder trial in British history
- The Dropout - Covers the story of Elizabeth Holmes, founder of the now-defunct health tech company, Theranos. Covers the $9 billion-sized downfall
- To Live and Die in LA - Disappearance of Adea Shabani
- Hide and Seek - Focused on the disappearance of a young mother of two, Nancy Moyer, in Tenino WA who disappeared in 2009 from this small town
- Bomber - Explores the 19 day bombing rampage, orchestrated by Mark Anthony Conditt in Austin last year
- Spear Creek - About three bodies that were found in North Queensland, Australia. By the way the bodies were arranged it was clear they had been hunted before they were shot dead
- What Happened to Holly Bartlett - Looks at the suspicious death of Holly, a blind woman who was found under a bridge in Halifax in 2010
- The Lady Vanishes - Focuses on the disappearance of Gold Coast resident Marion Barter who stepped on a plane for an overseas adventure and was never seen again
- Case Closed: Season 2 - This season looks at the case of Rusty Sneiderman who was killed in his child's preschool parking lot
- Uncover: Season 3 - Explores a serial killer who terrorized Toronto's Gay Village from 1975 to 2018
- Beenham Valley Road - Looks at the tragic murder of 27 year old Kirra McLoughlin from Wolvi, Queensland Australia. Hosted by two ex-cops who actually met Kirra.
- Direct Appeal - For the last 13 years Melanie McGuire has been serving a life sentence for the murder and dismemberment of her husband. She claims her innocence and tells her story
- Gangster Capitalism: Season 1 - Season 1 looks at the 2019 college admissions scandal
- White Lies - Examines the still unsolved murder of Reverend James Reeb, a Unitarian minister killed in 1965 after sojourning to Selma, Alabama to contribute to the civil rights fight.
- 13 Alibis - Looks at the case of Richard Rosario who was convicted of a 1996 murder in New York City. However, how did he get convicted when he claims to have 13 alibi witnesses?
- The Shrink Next Door - Looks at Isaac Steven Herschkopf, who was a New York City therapist who hosted parties at his Hamptons estate, however blurred the lines between help and hurt as he took advantage of vulnerable patients
- 22 Hours: An American Nightmare - Podcast surrounding a couple, their young son and housekeeper who are held hostage and then murdered.
- Man in the Window - Podcast about Golden State Killer
- Confronting: OJ Simpson with Kim Goldman - Sister of the murder victim Ron Goldman in the OJ Simpson case digs deep into the case that ended her brother’s life
- Culpable - Podcast looks at the death of 21-year-old Christian Andreacchio of Mississippi who died on 26 February 2014. Originally declared a suicide after a 45 minute investigation this podcast explores this more in depth
- Pendulum - Looks at the case of Margaret Ann Kirstenfeldt, a 21 year-old Queenslander who was found with brutal fatal injuries in 1978.
- Where's William Tyrrell? - Investigates the mysterious disappearance of three-year-old William from his foster grandmother's house in Kendall, NSW, Australia in 2014
- Uncover: Season 4 - The Cat Lady Case
- The Pit - Looks at the story of Sheree Fertuck who was a truck driver who disappeared, and her truck was found abandoned in a gravel pit in Saskatchewan. No one has seen her since
- Truth & Justice: Season 7 - Story of 18-year-old Bill Little's murder. Bill was working his shift at the Clark has station in Bloomington Illinois on Easter Sunday 1991 when he was shot to death
- Hell and Gone: Season 2 - Takes on the death of 16 year-old Janie Ward who died at a part in Arkansas in 1989
- Room 20 - Looks into the strange case of a man who has been in a vegetative state for over 15 years, cared for in a nursing home where no one knows his name
- 88 Days - The Jayme Closs Story
- Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime - Looks at the life of Charles Manson
- Something Was Wrong: Season 2 - Tee befriends her co-worker Sylvia, who has a plethora of medical challenges. As their friendship grows, so does Tee's suspicion that something was wrong
- The Killing of Marilyn Monroe - Tells the story of Marilyn Munroe from her days as Norma Jean to her death.
- Over My Dead Body: Season 2 - This season focuses on Joe Exotic: flamboyant widower, eccentric showman and so-called "King of Tigers" who sifted from exotic animal rescuer to exotic animal abuser. The story then turns to attempted murder of Carole Baskin
- Bardstown - Covers the story around Bardstown, a small community in Kentucky that has had five murders since 2013
- The Clearing - Begins when April Balascio realised that her father, Edward Wayne Edwards, was actually a murderer.
- Unravel: Season 4 - In 2006, Greg Wards a Kiwi Backpacker was on an overseas trip in the UK. He falls in love with an older Californian woman and they marry in New Zealand. After this chaos gathers pace and things start to crumble around Greg and his family
- Diana: Case Solved - Podcast about the circumstances surrounding Princess Diana's death in 1997. Investigates the conspiracy theories around her death.
- Uncover: Season 5 - In June 1999, 15-year-old Sharmini Anandael left her house and vanished - her remains were found in a ravine four months later
- The Fred and Rose West Tapes - A story about a family and their secrets, about the media and our fascination with murder, and a story of twelve victims who are too often forgotten
- The Thing about Pam - In 2011 Russ Faria came home to find his wide Betsy dead. He was soon charged and convicted of her murder, even though he insisted he did not kill her
- The Dream: Season 1 - Looks at multi-level marketing companies
- Breakdown: Season 7 - Anthony Hill, an Afghanistan war veteran who was acting so strangely on 9 March 2015, would soon be dead, shot twice by “Chip” Olsen, the DeKalb County police officer who arrived first at the scene.
- Without Warning: Season 2 - Looks at the death of Christian Andreacchio who was found in his bathtub with a bullet hole in his head by friends who called 911 believing he had shot himself
- Your Own Backyard - A documentary podcast investigating the 1996 disappearance of Cal Poly student, Kristin Smart
- Sick - Looks into a Indianapolis fertility doctor who abused his position of power
- Somebody’s Watching - Looks at the case of Washington DC's first infamous serial killer, the "Freeway Phantom"
- Something Was Wrong: Season 3 - The Bishops were best friends with the O'Brien’s and Johnson's until they learned - something was wrong
- Bad Batch - Looks into the stem cell industry and a batch which ends up with people becoming unwell
- Secrets True Crime: Season 2 - unsolved murder of Eric Cates and his dog, Gypsy
- The Man with a Thousand Faces - Story of Jamie Osuna, a confessed murderer
- The Lighthouse - Thoe Hayez, an 18 year old from Brussels on a backpacking holiday to Australia went missing in Byron Bay
- Hunting Warhead - Follows the journalists and police on a global mission to expose the darkest corners of the dark web, focusing on child abuse material
- Urge to Kill - A man with an 'urge to kill' took the life of a beloved Oregon woman in the middle of the night
- The Score: Bank Robber Diaries - 14 months. 30 Banks. An all-access pass into the mind of one of Southern California's most prolific bank robbers.
- Red Ball - Looks into the re-investigation of the Burger Chef Murders in Indiana State
- Detective Trapp - Looks at detective Julissa Trapp and focuses almost solely on the fact she is the only female detective in her homicide division
- No Body Recovered - Mary Boyle, 6 years old, goes missing on March 18th 1977 from a family farm in the Irish countryside
Added 2 December 2019 (not in date order)
- The Last Voyage of Pong Su - A North Korean dictator, bags of heroin, drug lords, spooks, sailors, Australian cops and a web of lies: Come aboard The Last Voyage of The Pong Su.
- The Mysterious Mr. Epstein - This is the story of how a wealthy financier who was apparently able to elude justice for financial and sexual crimes from his first days as a young man on Wall Street, until the very end.
- A Perfect Storm - Covers the death of Azaria Chamberlain ('taken by dingoes'). For the first time, all of the facts behind the death of Azaria Chamberlain are exposed. If you thought you knew the story, you don't. #deathofchild #questionablefamilymembers
- Murder in Oregon - Looks at the death of Michael Francke, Director of Oregon's Department of Corrections, who was brutally stabbed to death outside his office in Salem. #stabbing #wrongfulconviction?
- Accused: Season 3 - Did 39-year-old David Bocks kill himself, as Fernald officials alleged, or was he more likely killed?
- This Land - An 1839 assassination of a Cherokee leader. A 1999 small town murder. Two crimes collide in a Supreme Court case that will decide the fate of one man and nearly half of the land in Oklahoma.
- The Wonderland Murders - The Wonderland Murders is the tale of a violent home invasion robbery and the revenge rampage that followed. It involves a drug-fueled gang of criminals, a crazed crime kingpin– and the world’s most famous porn star on a downward and deadly spiral.
- The Missing Crypto Queen - Dr Ruja Ignatova persuaded millions to join her financial revolution. Then she disappeared. Why? Jamie Bartlett presents a story of greed, deceit and herd madness.
- Gladiator - Football star Aaron Hernandez went from the bright lights of the Super Bowl to a convicted murderer in a few years.
- A Senseless Death - Podcast aimed to celebrate the life of Zachary Lamb and attempt to make sense of his untimely death. Zach was gunned-down after a road rage incident in the late hours of November 7th, 2014.
- Amy Should Be Forty - Looks at the kidnapping and killing of Amy Mihaljevic on the 30th anniversary of her murder.
- Have you seen this man? - Join the real-time nationwide manhunt for escaped Ohio death row inmate Lester Eubanks.
- Motive - It’s a cruel sociological experiment. Lock up a 13-year-old boy for a murder that he swore he didn’t commit. Release him as a 30-year-old man. Then, give him $25 million.
- The Gateway - The Gateway is a six-part series about Teal Swan, a new brand of spiritual guru, who draws in followers with her hypnotic self-help YouTube videos aimed at people who are struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts.
- Who Killed Elsie Frost? - Elsie Frost was murdered on 9 October 1965 in Wakefield in the UK. She was 14. The murderer hasn't been caught.
- Finding Tammy Jo - She was murdered in 1979. Web sleuths helped ID her. Can this podcast help find her killer?
- The Queen - Linda Taylor was a con artist, a kidnapper, maybe even a murderer. She was also America’s original “welfare queen,” the villain Ronald Reagan needed to create a vision of a country being taken advantage of by its poorest citizens.
- Criminology: Season 1 - Zodiac
- Criminology: Season 2 - Golden Gate Killer
- Crimetown: Season 1 - A look into organized crime and corruption in Providence, Rhode Island
- Crimetown: Season 2 - A look into culture, crime, and corruption in Detroit, Michigan.
- The Ballad of Billy Balls - Rebecca meets Billy and their worlds intertwine. He shows her the mean streets of New York, how to survive, and how to make it in showbiz. They’re gonna be stars. Then one day, she comes home to their storefront in the East Village to find that Billy…has been shot. Billy survives, for ten days, until suddenly, despite an optimistic recovery, he dies, and is sent to an anonymous burial ground. How was Billy killed? Where is his body? What happened?
- 16 Shots - A Podcast about the fatal police shooting of Laquan McDonald, the trial of Officer Jason Van Dyke, and the troubled relationship between African-Americans and the Chicago Police Department.
- Offshore: Season 1 - Two killings, 80 years apart. Even the most multicultural place on the planet still struggles with race and power.
- Another shade of Crime - Podcast about wrongful conviction conviction of Ronnie Long. Who is longest serving innocent person in America. #wrongfulconviction
- Maddie - Madeleine McCann mysteriously vanished from her family's holiday apartment in Portugal on May 3, 2007 #missingchild
- The Long Dance - On February 12, 1971, in Durham, North Carolina, a 20-year-old nursing student and her 19-year-old boyfriend left a Valentine’s Dance to park down a secluded lover’s lane. They never returned. Two weeks later, their bodies were found deep within the Carolina pines. They had been strangled, tortured, and murdered. Their murders have never been solved.
- White Silence - On November 28, 1979, an Air New Zealand jet took off from Auckland Airport on a sightseeing trip to Antarctica. There were 257 people on board. Hours later everyone was dead. To mark the 40th anniversary of the disaster, Michael Wright and Katy Gosset explore why New Zealand’s deadliest disaster was also its most controversial; why a nation was incapable of moving on; and how it was captured by one famous phrase: ‘an orchestrated litany of lies’.
Added 4 December 2019 (not in date order):
- Hanging - a sheriff's deputy. His 10-year-old son. A bitter custody battle. A haunting death. Was it suicide? Or something more sinister? Twenty-five years later, authorities decided to take a closer look. So did Mercury News reporter Julia Prodis Sulek.
- 13 The Search For Leigh Occhi - return to the scene where thirteen year-old Leigh Occhi went missing, leaving behind only a bloodied nightgown.
- Three Men And A Mystery - the unsolved 1999 Alabama murders of J.B. Beasley & Tracie Hawlett.
- 5 Roses - Newlywed bride Mary Shotwell Little vanished from Lenox Square in 1965. A year and a half later, Diane Shields was found brutally murdered in her own car’s trunk. Atlanta would never be the same.
- A Murder on Orchard Street - An ex-NYC detective returns to the scene of an unsolved homicide, reuniting with the victim's sister and reaching out for help from the reporter who filmed the case moment-to-moment in 2003, in one last attempt to solve the crime and bring the murderers to justice.
- Ambushed - Lorraine McNab and Peter Sopow are gunned down outside Lorraine’s home near Pincher Creek, Alberta. Their bodies are found 36 hours later. Lorraine's family speaks for the first time about what happened that day.
- Blood and Truth - Tommy Zeigler has been on death row for 42 years and for more than half that time, he’s been trying to convince the state of Florida to allow for DNA tests that might help exonerate him. But the state continually refuses. About 20 other men are in a similar situation, imprisoned in Florida since the 1970s or ’80s and arguing that it’s inherently unfair to deny them access to 21st century science.
- Body On The Moor - Last December a man's body was discovered in the desolate landscape of Saddleworth Moor in the Peak District National Park.
- Break in the Case (NYPD Podcast) - A gruesome discovery by a road crew in Washington Heights sends the 34th Precinct Detective Squad on a hunt for a little girl's identity.
- Chillingworth - Chillingworth recounts the lurid saga of the men behind the most notorious crime in Florida’s history: the grisly 1955 murder of a brilliant judge revered as an icon of integrity.
- Christina Grimmi, A Murder Of A Rising Star - murder of Christina Grimmie in Orlando, FL shocked the world. The 22-year-old singer was gaining fans after coming in 3rd place on NBC's 'The Voice' competition show.
- Cover-Up - A presidential hopeful crashes his car in the middle of the night and leaves a young woman to die. What transpired in the hours after Ted Kennedy’s car went over the bridge in Chappaquiddick changed the course of American history.
- Dead Wrong - Jeffrey Brooks feared for his life. He believed he was going to be murdered at his workplace - and that those involved would try and make it look like an accident. Not long after, Jeffrey was dead.
- Frozen Lies - What begins with a body in a kitchen freezer leads Debi Marshall to a sordid tale of seduction and lies, from Adelaide, to the Outback to the Adriatic Coast
- Dirty Rats - Dirty Rats is the true story of two of Boston's most powerful brothers - one a gangster, the other a politician - as they rose from poverty in a public-housing project to the pinnacles of power in their respective trades.
- Empire Of Blood - In the Bronx, in the early 90s, two young drug dealers ruled an intersection known as “The Corner on Blood.” They lived large, wearing mink, drinking champagne, getting rich. Then their fraught relationship fell apart, dead bodies piled up, and one accused the other of a double homicide he didn’t commit. Or did he?
- End Of Days - The story of David Koresh: the prophet whose cult in Waco, Texas preached an apocalypse – and the 30 Britons taken in by his message.
- Flatrock - In Flatrock, host Olivia Lind explores the 1969 murder of 12-year-old Kathy Jones. Listeners will learn a side of the tragic story the public was never told.
- Gone Fishing - Gail Maney was sent to prison on her son's birthday. The police said she'd put a hit on a man who stole drugs from her. She went to jail for 15 years.
- Killing Lorenzen - Lorenzen Wright's voice was last heard on a desperate 911 call in July of 2010, but his story — and the path that led him to that moment — began long before that fateful night.
- Murder At Land Between The Lakes - On September 17th, 1980, two sisters, Carla Atkins & Vickie Stout, went missing from the small town of Dover, Tennessee. Their remains were found by two hikers 18 days later at Land Between The Lakes.
- My Father The Murderer - In order for me to be born, a stranger had to die. Now my quest to uncover the truth.
- Nowhere Child - William Tyrrell was a three year old boy who disappeared from the village of Kendall, on the mid-north-coast of New South Wales. Key facts were kept from the public, from day one. A lot of what was reported, especially early on, was false.
- Patty Has A Gun - In February 1974, a radical organization called the SLA shocked America with the kidnapping of 19-year-old heiress Patricia Hearst. But within weeks, the young woman known to the world as "Patty" would do something even more disturbing: She would join her captors in their violent crimes.
- Pursuit - The 2012 murder of Faith Hedgepeth remains unsolved. Tom Gasparoli has set out to find the facts and help find justice for Faith. This podcast goes at the case hard. The murder of Faith Hedgepeth has every reason to be solved.
- Murder In The Graveyard - September 1973 Wendy Sewell, a young legal secretary, was murdered in the town of Bakewell in Britain's Peak District. Wendy was attacked in broad daylight in Bakewell Cemetery.
- Searching For Closure - on March 27th 1973, the nude lifeless body of 15 year old Tina Davidson was found on the cold rocky shoreline of Lake Michigan. She had been brutally stabbed 61 times and her killer has never been identified. Several seasons
- Seduced By Satan - Seduced by Satan is the tale of a man who was raised in the Christian church, but in adulthood, turned to the netherworld. His God-given golden locks shaved off, teeth filed to points and face permanently marked with homemade tattoos, he dropped out of high school to pursue an education of a different type.
- Searching For Rachel Antonio - Earlier this year David Murray, an investigative journalist at The Courier-Mail and author of The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay, was contacted by the family of Rachel Antonio - a teenage girl who went missing in Queensland 18 years ago. She has never been found and her family is still desperate for answers.
- Taken, The Murder Of Mary Jo Temple - This podcast series revisits the life and very tragic death of a Redmond, Oregon woman whose gruesome murder has gone unsolved for 40 years.
- The Disappearence Of Amanda Jones - In August 2005, a pregnant Jefferson County, Missouri woman disappeared. Amanda Jones' family says she went to meet Bryan Westfall, the man she believed to be the father of her unborn child. She never returned home.
- The Disappearence Of Des - On the morning of August 2nd 1979, Desmond Francis Carr went to work alone on a road in outback Western Australia. 40 years on and he has never been seen again.
- The District - This is a crime podcast with a difference. It centres on an infamous, unsolved murder case in rural New Zealand. But it's a story mostly about people, people who are trying to get on with their lives but can't.
- Atlantic - the Unsolved Mystery of Peter Bergmann : June 2009, a man calling himself Peter Bergmann checked into a Sligo hotel. Five days later his body was found on Rosses Point beach. Despite thousands of hours of police investigations, his true identity remains unknown.
- The Storyteller - Murder Most Foul : A young woman's body is found face down behind her door in the upmarket west end of the Granite City, Aberdeen. Her neck was slashed so deeply it was almost severed. The trainee-nurse was an unlikely victim but the identity of her killer was even more shocking.
- Timeline - the Disappearence of Cassie Compton : Cassie Compton was 15 years old when she disappeared from her home in Stuttgart, AR. In the five years since her disappearance police have not named a main suspect, until now.
- Wrong Skin - Wrong Skin: a relationship banned under traditional law. An investigation into an unsolved suspicious death and a missing person in the Australian outback.
Added 8 December (not in date order):
- Mob Queens - released 19 August 2019 - Mob stories are always all about the guys. But not this one. Anna Genovese is a New York drag club maven and bad-ass mob wife.
- Texas Crime Files: Season 1 - released 2 November 2019 - The Texas Crime Files podcast series examines the case of a man who may have been wrongly convicted and sentenced to die for the murder of a 19-year-old woman in a small Texas town. Rodney Reed proclaims his innocence as he awaits his execution November 20, 2019 for the killing of Stacy Stites.
- Rediscovering: Don Bolles - released 5 November 2019 - Don Bolles was an investigative reporter for The Arizona Republic in the 1960s and '70s. After years of reporting on corruption in the racing industry, he was killed by a car bomb in 1976.Decades later, we found cassette tapes of his phone calls from the '70s. With those tapes, we're telling the story of Don's life and his quarrels with the mafia before his death and how his spirit was crushed long before his murder.
- Oversight: Jonestown - released 18 November 2019 - On Nov. 18, 1978, more than 900 Americans died in Jonestown, Guyana. Some committed suicide. More were murdered. And until 9/11, it was the largest single mass killing of American citizens. U.S. Rep. Leo Ryan was assassinated as he tried to rescue Jonestown residents desperate for freedom. #cult
- Patient Zero - released 15 August 2019 - How are medical mysteries solved? And what happens when questions remain? Patient Zero is an investigation of the spaces where people and pathogens collide. This season, we take a deep dive in to the history – and mystery – of one of the fastest spreading epidemics of our time: Lyme disease. #medical
- American Jihadi - released 4 November 2019 - American Jihadi is the story of the relationship that grew between journalist Christof Putzel and Omar Hammami, an Alabama-born jihadist who was once on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list.
- Who Killed Jennifer Short? - On August 15, 2002 in the quiet town of Oak Level, Virginia someone shot and killed Michael and Mary Short in what investigators called an execution style murder. Their daughter 9-year-old Jennifer Short was snatched from her bed, setting off a massive search. Heartbreak 6 weeks later as deputies found her remains 45 minutes away near a North Carolina creek. 17 years later, no suspects, no motive, and no clues as to who killed Jennifer Short.
- Another Dead Man Walking - released 21 August 2015 - Sky News correspondent Ian Woods has been invited to witness the execution of a man in the US state of Oklahoma. Richard Glossip is on death row for a murder he says he didn't commit. In this series, Woods examines the case, interviews the key people involved and discusses the controversy over the use of lethal injection.
- The Jeffrey Epstein I Knew - released 16 November 2019 - Who was Jeffrey Epstein, really? Where did he get his money? And why do so many questions linger after his death? CNN's Vicky Ward has reported on Jeffrey Epstein for almost two decades. In this 7-part series, she takes listeners behind the scenes in a way no other reporter could. From her first encounter with Epstein in 2002, to new one-on-one interviews with people who knew him well, join Vicky as she continues to piece together the jigsaw puzzle of Epstein's life. You've seen the headlines, now go behind the story.
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2019.11.26 04:21 hunnid-bandz Abuse
Long post ahead. Feel free to share your thoughts.
This is a topic I don’t think anyone on this sub likes to talk about... but although I can seperate the art from the artist, as of late stop thinking about this. So I felt the need to share.
I’m gonna go about this as respectfully as I can.
I don’t outright believe that Manson was Evan Rachel Wood’s abuser, but I can’t deny the possibility either. In my opinion, there’s not enough evidence but he has admitted some terrible shit in interviews, and we all know he’s not a good person to date. I understand both sides of the argument but remain neutral.
Maybe as a fan of his music it’s something I naturally don’t want to believe. He’s a huge musical inspiration, has helped me get through shit and accept who I am. I’ve had a relationship with someone in my life that is considered abusive, and it was Manson’s music that allowed me to truly get over it. People tell me to just “google it” and I’ve searched for abuse allegations from other women and can’t find anything. I’m very morally conflicted. Personally I don’t think we can’t use his whole rockstar act to justify the shit he may have done; its gives us reasoning behind his actions but doesn’t make them right in the end.
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2019.05.31 20:51 aaronmathews0506 ALL of the vibes as of May 31, 2019
Looking for EVERY VIBE EVER VIBED ON CORPORATE LUNCH? I got you!
I've been taking notes on Corporate Lunch since I started listening last year. Picking up new brands and style moves and of course, the vibes. Here are all of the ones I have as far as EPISODE 60:
- Our Legacy Fall ‘17
- Barbasol Shaving Cream
- Aperol Spritz
- eBay App
- Etsy (vintage clothes and rugs, https://www.beniouaraincarpet.com/)
- What’s Up with Stretch and Bobbito Podcast
- Mephisto Rainbow Comfort Shoes
- Massimo Alba Shirts
- The Grateful Dead (Cornell ‘77 Live)
- Olivier Rousting (“We do not allow ‘natural’ at Balmain” - Fashion as imagination and escape and fantasy)
- The Cactus Shop (rare cactus and dope merch, on Essex St.)
- Alyx Vans (Will’s first pair)
- Cooperate Lunch
- Seashell Motifs (repeating pattern or jewelry)
- The Beach
- High Tea (3/4pm)
- Corduroy (The Cords)
- Spiritualized (band)
- Brand New’s New Album “Science Fiction”
- Off-White Nike Vaporfly (check out Hoka 1, Japanese running shoe)
- Banquet Seating
- Eating at the Bar (service is more chill)
- Dark Green/Emerald Velvet Anything (walls, carpet, ceiling)
- Alyx Men’s (graphic tees)
- Referring to Your Apartment as a Condominium
- DIY (not having any money and making stuff)
- Ribbed or textured white sock (worn with a loafer)
- Pocket Tee (Paa - brand)
- The Giant Navy Blue Marina Outside the Goldman Sachs Building
- Polar Seltzer
- Stick and Poke Tattoos
- The Red Cross/Donating Money
- Millennial Slang
- Popular Jewelry (canal street, not for the weak of negotiation)
- Big Buttons
- Keanu Reeves/Winona Rider
- Women’s Humor Instagram
- The Summer to Fall Emotions
- Pleated Pants
- Mobolaji Dawadu
- Florence Knoll (“the single most powerful figure in modern design” -NYT)
- Here and Now Podcast
- Doing Yoga Every Day
- Riding in Ubers in Silence
- Terry Riley (You’re Nogood)
- Prada Store
- NY Giants (football)
- Rihanna Fenty
- Ralph Lauren about his former CEO “He’s a good guy, but he didn’t understand the vision.”
- First time wearing boots for the season
- Clark’s Desert Boots
- Dime Skateboards
- Danny Fox (LA Artist)
- PG Tips (English Black Tea)
- Tekno, WizKid, Mr. Easy (Legover), Devito
- Epically Later’d (skate docs on Viceland)
- Amazing Spaces (GQ Style Architecture)
- Converse One Stars (Tyler’s especially)
- Frank’s Verse on RAF by A$AP MOB
- Headspace App (mindfulness)
- Regular-ass Restaurants
- Coach Mike Tomlin (Didn’t leave the locker room for the Nat. Anthem)
- Nirvana Live at Reading 1991
- The Epsom Bath
- Mephisto Rainbow Comfort Shoes
- Jason Isabel Live
- Leopard Print Clothing
- Caruso (beautiful Italian clothing)
- Palladium Boots (Pampa Hi)
- Apples (farmers market, wash it, knife, slice wedges)
- The Texas Gentleman
- Jeremy Lynn’s Dreads
- Heated Sneaker Debates/Fashion Controversy
- College Football
- Curb Your Enthusiasm
- Vitsoe 606 Shelving System
- Ad Reinhardt (Black, Blue Paintings, Go to David Zwirner)
- Wide Ties (Drakes)
- Furry Clothes (Marni hooded pullover)
- Evan Kinori Corduroy
- Wearing the Same Thing Everyday (don’t re-wear socks/underwear)
- Kara Walker’s Art @ Sikkema Jenkins
- Unscented Laundry Detergent
- Willie Nelson
- Bathrobe (having multiple from cool hotels and resorts)
- The Suburbs (like beautiful small town part of city limits)
- Sunglasses Without the Sun (winter, subway, cloudy)
- Twitter over Instagram
- Catered Meetings
- The Florida Project (Sean Baker, William Dafoe (Daflow))
- Faded Orange
- Keith Mayerson @ Marlborough Contemporary Gallery (My American Dream)
- Adidas Shoe Collection of Dennis Busenitz
- Ryan McGinley’s Book “Ryan Mark”
- Foam Roller
- Have a Relationship with your Framer
- Taking A Long Walk (early evening, with or without someone)
- Levi’s Vintage Collection
- The Q and A Interview Format (interview compendiums)
- The Long Form Podcast
- 917 (Skate brand)
- Bandannas as Headbands
- David Byrne + Brian Eno - Everything That Happens Will Happen Today
- Cactus Plant Flea Market
- Remove an Essential Ritual
- Handle Shit You’re Dreading
- iPhone X
- Vintage Flannels (Towncraft 50s and 60s)
- Jason Nocito zines and books
- Juergen Teller (Baby Ed photos, style icon)
- Velvet Pants (Massimo Alba specifically)
- Tide ToGo Stick
- Matching Hangers
- Tactical/Military Surplus/Military
- The Duce (HBO)
- Leaving the House Without Your Phone
- Porches - Country
- Strong Scents (RTH 3 Ointment, 1 Drop into jojoba oil)
- Self-Belt Pants
- Complex Con/NERD Background Dancers
- Snowboarding/Shredding for Real This Year
- Friedrich Kunath (print some shit and tape it to the wall)
- Engendered Garments Reversible Vest
- Changing Up Little Things in your Style (Rocky - Shoe Laces, Will - Watch Band)
- Panasonic Skate Video
- A Savage - Thawing Dawn
- Fitted New Era Caps
- Spa Days
- Dressing like Eminem on accident
- Rhodia Notepads and Muji Pens
- Pets - Porno For Pyros (on a playlist and hearing it for the first time again and adding more songs that you wish to have that experience again)
- Margaret Howell Knit Wear
- Travel Meetings (meet up with artists, designers, store owners, etc.)
- Regular-ass Coffee
- Weird Stores (something with a really specific point of view, EX: Timbuktu on 2nd street)
- Support Your Local Retail (C’H’C’M’)
- Spiritual Jazz (Salah Ragab, John Coltrane, Pharaoh Sanders --> The Creator Has a Master Plan)
- Miami (Art Basel, Energy, The Standard Hotel)
- San Fransisco
- Double Knee Pants (Carhartt, Engineered Garments)
- WKZSC 88.1 (College Radio at US Santa Cruz - Setlist: Dinosaur Jr. “Don’t,” Sonic Youth “Burning Spear,” Parquet Courts “Stoned and Starving,” The Sugar Cubes “Birthday,” The Talking Heads “Nothing But Flowers”
- Healthknit Deadstock Vintage Tees (look on eBay, still alive in Japan)
- LDS WORLD PEACE - Joe Roberts
- Kabocha Squash
- Paddy Melt
- Burgundy Socks
- In Fiore (maker of beauty products, body balms, solid perfumes)
- Buying All of Your Socks and Underwear in Europe (family run shop)
- PBS American Masters Podcast
- Radical Honesty (being super clear with others)
- Reckless Social Media Habits
- The Color Blue
- “Good Time” (wild Robert Paterson film)
- Atlanta College Football/Stadium Hot Dogs and Nachos
- Yoga Toes (Feels good on your feet!)
- Double RL Thermal (Waffle Knit)
- Fabric Brush (Redecker Cashmere and Wool Fabric Brush)
- Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold (Netflix Documentary)
- Kijima Takayuki (Japanese quality hat maker)
- Buying gifts for friends, sig. others, and colleagues (maybe get a bunch of the same things and hand them out)
- Lean into the Holidays (do all the cheesy stuff)
- Uniqlo Long Johns (HEAT TECH)
- Short Stories (Barry Hannah [Airships], Alice Munro, Wells Tower [Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned])
- Buying CDs in a destination for a car trip and keeping them in rotation for the duration of the trip
- Trust Your Gut (don’t let people convince you otherwise)
- Just Start Doing Things (begin something and figure out how to keep it going, COMMIT THROUGH ACTION)
- Shazam Anytime Anywhere
- Get Some Tailormade (Go somewhere where your dollar goes far)
- Weird Collabs Between Brands
- Pierre Bourne - “Blessings”
- Noah Johnson is a DAD!
- Sneakers of 2017 (Converse One Star of all kinds and JW glitter, New Balance x Stussy, Nike, Adidas, Vuitton, RAF, Balenciaga)
- Chevrolet (vintage especially)
- An Arsenal of Coats
- Rick Owens
- Date Night, Go See To the Cinema
- Dudes Wearing Little Bags (get a bag that’s a little uncomfy)
- Holiday Cards (the old fashioned way)
- Collecting Hotel stationery (write a note and put it in a blank envelope)
- Embrace Change. Accept Change.
- Everybody Wearing Winter Coats
- Packing for the Weather
- Dress Scarves
- OVO Piolet Jacket
- Bode (Emily Adams Bode’s new brand, 1 of a kind using vintage fabrics)
- Snow Shoeing
- Ghetto Brothers - “Power Fuerza”
- Going to Concerts Alone
- Flat, NY Style Coffee Lids
- The Experience of a Restaurant
- Awards Season
- Mixing Navy and Black
- Versace x 2 Chains - The Link Sneaker
- Anitomica (vintage style, tough environment, euro-militaristic)
- Missoni Men’s Wear (the thing about fashion is it is important to find someone that can make something that is induplicatable???)
- Drake - “God’s Plan”
- Prada Badge Holders
- Don’t Let the Bellmen Take Your Bags, Take the Bags Up Yourself, FIRST THING YOU DO: Unpack the Entire Bag
- NYC Clout Corridor
- Arc’teryx Leaf
- O-Ring Leather Belt
- Mr. Mort (Mordechai Rubinstein)
- Peaky Blinders
- Upper-Body Strength (rock climbing)
- Shearling Vests
- Never Talk To Me About My Clothes
- The Daily Bag - Which Bag? (Noah: No Bag! OR unstructured tote)
- The Nine Club (2 Hour Skate Interviews)
- “Do you listen or do you wait to talk?” -Uma Thurman in PULP FICTION
- Going to the Dentist
- The Westminster Dog Show
- Boiling Point 1990 Japanese Film (incredible style)
- Ombre Pattern
- GQ’s March Cover (feat. Timotheé Chalamet)
- Outer Space
- USA Olympic Snowboard Team Uniform (NASA logo)
- Louis Vuitton Archlights
- Men Wearing Women’s Sneakers
- Feme Bots (synthetic influencers)
- Prince - “Sometimes It Snows In April” (Frank should cover thisssss)
- Turnstile’s New Album (hardcore band)
- Elliott Smith - “XO”
- Give Matthew Williams (Alyx) a Major House (speaks to this generation without pandering)
- The Sultans of Twang (country music artists in GQ STYLE)
- Jennifer Lawrence Vanity Fair Cover (well-under produced)
- 7 Seconds (Netflix high-intensity drama)
- Pierced Ears
- Nike SB’s Skate Shoes for Women
- The Color Purple
- Sleep (a state of consciousness)
- Palace (Freeskate Mag interviewed the founder)
- Lucas (friend of the pod/fashion student in Milan)
- Fishing Vests
- Gathering Around the Record Player
- Walk Away When You Know You’re Going to Get a Bad Haircut
- GUTS (having a constant dialogue with your gut)
- Fuck Winter Era (late winter)
- Supreme Zip Sweaters
- Can’t Deal With Sneakers and Suits
- Buy Book Recs Instantly on Amazon Prime (then there’s a stack of good books — “Pachinco” by Minjin Lee, “Asymmetry,” “A Kind of Miraculous Paradise” by Sandra Allen (schizophrenic uncle’s memoir with add-in’s from Sandra Allen))
- Framed Posters from eBay (AI Friedman’s framing section)
- Sam Hine’s Promotion
- Josh Archer (got Noah the fishing vest)
- David Hicks (British interior designer)
- Get Cherry Tree Branches at NYC Plant Stores (late March, put some in water, they blossom, it’s fucking dope)
- ISLE OF DOGS
- Acronym Nike Vapor Max
- New Pair of Re-Worked Carhartt Painter’s Pants (from RTH in LA)
- Spike Jones’ “Goldfish” by Girl Skateboards
- The Grateful Dead - “The Other One”
- Ice Cream (Van Leeuwen's)
- Up Size (stop tailoring denim and vintage tees)
- Incense Store on Manhattan Ave ($2 for a box, check out Kumba)
- Go Hard in the Paint. Go All the Way. (no beaters, only Jawns)
- Gosha Rubchinsky
- Seasonally Appropriate (Mordechai’s wool beret in the winter)
- Corduroy Lined Pockets
- The Return of Scott Sternberg (former Band of Outsiders head, now starting Entireworld)
- Shorts (Patagonia Baggies, YG - Cut-off jean shorts, white socks, and hard bottoms)
- Gosha’s Cryptic Instagram Message
- Diet Prada
- Return of Kanye West
- Sies Marjean’s New Collection
- @earlboykins (corporate lunch t-shirt)
- Garment Sprays (cologne for a fabric)
- Pedicure (foot rub, self-care, etc.)
- Callie Thornehill Nyewgn @caramelbobby
- Trilogy Tapes (British record label)
- Recent Vintage Rap (Dipset, Fabo, Pastor Troy, etc.)
- Big Boi’s Social Media Feed (music recs)
- Mount Washington in New Hampshire (climb it)
- Our Legacy Zipping Shirt
- 7” Inseam for shorts
- Leon Bridges’ Sophomore Album
- Sam Hine’s Affordable Footwear Article
- Sleep - “The Sciences” (good for concentration)
- Parquet Courts - Wide Awake!!
- The Buick Grand National
- All-Plant-Based Diet (vegan, but not)
- Chrysler Sebring Convertible (forest green)
- Converse Skate Video “Purple”
- World Cup
- Harmless Harvest (coconut water)
- David Lynch’s Disrupt Festival
- KTUH U of Hawaii Radio Station
- Kerry James Marshall Sold a Painting to Diddy
- The Return of Andre 3000
- “Ornery” A New Yorker Profile of Merle Haggard (a story about his surfing partner)
- Hockey’s New Video With Andrew Allen
- Arctic Monkey’s New Album
- MGMT’s New Album
- The Group Text (the skate group text)
- The Bass Wejuns Two-Tone Loafer
- Go Maximum at the Beach
- Cartier Crash
- The Donk (@donkplanet, 1971-1976 Chevy Caprese or Impala)
- “New Light” - John Mayer
- Dapper Dan
- Aquarium Drunkard (music blog, good shit, real heads)
- @heavyhymns Michael Hens’ Collages
- Every Day Oil (internet oil company)
- Drag City Records Now Streaming (Will Oldham)
- Tierra Whack - “Whack World”
- “Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide whether it’s good or bad. While they are deciding to make even more art.” -Kerry James Marshall
- Tony Hawk
- The Rowing Machine
- Milan, Italy
- Kanye West Going to an Idaho Thrift Store and Bought 13 Trash Bags of Clothes
- “I’m talking about control and chaos and everything, yes, but in my personal life, I’m looking for a balance between responsibility, well-being, and extreme hedonism. And I think there is a way of balancing that out. Responsibility doesn’t mean you’re uptight and hedonism doesn’t mean that you’re evil. The Birkenstock adds this nice placid serene feeling of well-being and liberalism. It’s like taking muesli with your ecstasy.” - Rick Owens
- The Return of Kid Cudi
- The Casti Burger at La Castiglione (Paris)
- Shorts (at fashion shorts in the city
- Fueguia (smells like geraniums, have a store in SoHo)
- Street Style Photographers Tommy Ton, Phill O., Dan Roberts
- Summertime White Pants and White Jeans
- Inouk - “No Danger” (Amen Dunes New Album)
- Abasi Rosborough
- Don’t Use Blackout Curtains
- Deadstock/Deadstock Fabric (look for it, check out Bode)
- Retro-Vans (circle with v)
- LQQK Studios
- The Hoka Recovery Slides
- “Death of a Once-Great American City” (Harpers Magazine article)
- Oppressive Summer Heat
- California Closets
- Summer Blueberries
- Pies and Thighs (NYC pie shop)
- All White Off-White x Nike Presto
- Toby Nwigwe - “I’M DOPE”
- Winnie the Pooh (the tao of pooh)
- The Great Frog London (jewelry shop)
- Missoni x Larose Bucket Hat
- Ken Burns: Vietnam
- Summer Vacation Boredom (let yourself get bored)
- Sam’s New Haircut
- Haider Ackerman Story
- Heirloom Tomato Sandwich
- The Vitamix
- Affix (new brand, Steven Mann)
- RTH Poplin Shirt
- Full Track Suits
- San Francisco
- Doing Things Your Own Way
- Smashing Through
- Ankles (show them)
- Own Black Oxford and them
- Gillian Welch (Americana singe/ April the 14th pt. 1, I wanna sing that rock and roll, I dream a highway, everything is free, look at miss Ohio, wrecking ball)
- Robyn - Honey
- Will’s Watches
- Pharrell’s Pants (dickies industrial relaxed fit/human-made hacked off about 8” chino)
- The coming issue of GQ STYLE
- Justin Bieber eating a burrito sideways (trying something outside of the norm)
- T Magazine’s Alessandro Michele Profile
- Pro-biotics (yogurt, kombucha)
- Spicy Village (steamed dumplings)
- Cats of Tel-a-Viv
- Sexy Central Park Duck
- “In A Lonely Place” by Dorothy B. Eues (noir: check out as well Jim Thompson)
- Sci-Fi/Fantasy (brand)
- Ohad Bennit’s Lamps (moonflower lamps - https://www.meromi.studio)
- Stevie Nicks - “Wild Heart” (youtube clip)
- Corduroy (wide well)
- Music when you walk into a bathroom
- Flush sound button
- The peace sign
- Bowing (3 times)
- LL Bean Shammies
- 13 Vibes
- Bad Santa
- Billy Bob Thornton
- Mandy (Nick Cage film)
- Merry Christmas Lil Mama (Chance and Jeremiah)
- We are living in a GOLDEN AGE of Socks and Hosiery (fine cotton, knee-high socks from Drakes, inappropriate socks for the formality, make people confused)
- The Nike Dry Fit (the greatest sock ever)
- Joshua Vogel (wood crafter and artist)
- Vogel's black wooden stools
- Time Crisis (Ezra Koenig’s podcast)
- Contra by Vampire Weekend
- Tom Sachs Nike’s
- George Cox Creepers (Comme des Garcons x George Cox)
- “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” (Cohen Brothers film)
- 2018 Skate Videos (“We Blew It At Some Point” Polar, “Purple” Converse, “Roll Up” GX1000, “Blessed” Supreme)
- Album of the year: Amen Dunes “Freedom”
- Movie of the Year: “Mandy” (feat. Nick Cage)
- TV Program of the year: Ken Burns’s Vietnam
- The Great Holiday Escape (Dec. 26 LEAVE NYC, go somewhere weird)
- More Change
- Steven Yin’s 2019 NYC Fashion Week Issey Miyake fit
- Layering from light to dark
- Latte Art
- Dressing for the month
- Baker Pants (military pants)
- Moire Silk
- Men in pearls
- Chef’s Hats/Shirts
- Sweater Bow (sleeves of hoodie tied around the neck and under armpit across chest)
- Lorod (New Brand)
- Marc Jacobs Feb 2019 fits (pants!)
- Sies Marjan
- Sending emails that exist solely in the subject line
- Men’s Hair Accessories (barrette)
- Butterflies (butterfly gold chain)
- Personal Shoppers
- Terry Cloth Shorts (faded color, oversized)
- Exotic Fruit (pomegranates and figs)
- GQ Style Spring Issue
- The Redding ‘92 (Kurt Cobain's hair cut at Reading show)
- LVMH Prize
- Good Wear (great blank tees)
- White Turtle necks
- Cafe Forgot (traveling pop-up shop)
- Socks with Sandals
- Vince Staples (specifically his take on Obama’s jacket)
- gunna’s drip or down 2 cover art
- Adidas Samba (black, white stripe, regular tongue, gold stamp)
- British Novels
- Press Conferences (need a comeback)
- Goldman Sachs New Dress Code
- Marylin Manson (went to an Oscars after party with Adrian Brody)
- Hugh Grant being confused
- Bells (service bells, under desk bells, dinner bells)
- Jake Phelps (editor of thrasher mag)
- Quilted Fabrics
- La Sportiva (Solomon type shoes)
- Poncho, no sleeves
- Bottomless Brunch
- Jason Dill
- Bonnie Raitt
- Public Practice (Punk Project)
- Tropical Wool (Noah wants a TW Suit)
- Kastle Editions (makes one kind of coat very well)
- Issey Miyake - Pleats Please
- Amiacalva bags
- Alexandra Sojfer Umbrellas
- A$AP Nast X Converse
- Jacques Marie Mage Sunglasses
- Caspari Napkins (dope napkins)
- The Return of Lil Uzi Vert
- Ball and Cone
- Peter Reed Linens
- Rachel’s “Everything in Fashion is Either Giant or Tiny”
- Vintage Mountain Bikes (90s)
- Line Sander (deadstock fabric fashions)
- Silk Shirts (Supreme’s are great Our Legacy’s are best)
- Princess Diana (tuck jeans or sweatpants into cowboy boots)
- Bianca Saunders (leather jacket)
- Open As Usual (London store, tees and sweats)
- Holland and Holland (British country clothes)
- Kerwin Frost
- Iced Cortado
- Ashley Williams (female streetwear)
- The Broken Record Podcast
- Ruth Bater Ginsberg
- Eden Power Corp (brand for environmental protection)
- La Lane (French furniture designers)
- Lumbar support pillows
- Classic Hits (new LA store, owned by Come Tees owner)
- New Balance 990 V5 (same as V4)
- Frozen Drinks (margarita, piña colada)
- Diane Ketan’s Instagram
- Pratt’s Fashion Program
- Toddler Core
- Jordan 11 (Golf Shoes)
- Sonicare Electric Toothbrush
- Bike Commuting
- Harry Styles’ Met Gala Earing
- Jeremy O’Harris’ Met Gala Cigarette Holder
- Noguchi (lamps and museum)
- Men With Long Beautiful Hair
- Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour (Sirius XM radio show)
- Keanu Reeves on a T-Shirt that Sam is wearing
- Sale Season
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2012.12.12 00:48 caniaskthisplease Who are some of the "weird" "unexpected" couples?
I'll start, When I first found out Kris Humpries (nba player) and Kim Kardashian were dating, I was kind of surprised to be honest.
another one is Marilyn Manson and Rachel Evan Woods - I saw her in the Greenday video and found out she was dating him. No idea if they are still dating.
Doesn't matter if they are still together, just couples that you would wonder in your head going "I wonder how they met"
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2007.01.10 15:35 stargazer Marilyn Manson dating 19-year-old Evan Rachel Wood?
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