A true crime podcast
January 23, 2022
After Nicole Addimando fatally shot her partner in what she claimed was self-defense, she was arrested and charged with second-degree murder. At her trial the details surrounding her history of abuse were excluded, essentially removing the context for what happened the night of the shooting from the jury.
As much as this case examines the darker side of the judicial system it also highlights human strength and the immense power of friendship, love, and compassion – the unstoppable force behind a group of women who have fought fiercely to bring not only Nikki’s truth to light but the injustice all criminalized survivors of intimate partner violence face.
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Nicole Addimando and Christopher Grover appeared to be an ideal couple raising two young children. So how did Chris wind up dead, and Nikki behind bars?
The truth was more devastating than anyone wanted to believe.
In 1995, three unsuspecting tourists suddenly disappeared without a trace… until, that is, their body parts started showing up in Singapore and Thailand. The perpetrator – a fugitive who’d mastered butchery skills in prison.
Imagine TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé meets Breaking Bad in an all-new twisted case of online romance.
A unique marriage ends with a woman missing and police expirmenting on pig carcasses to determine what happened to her.
In March 2021, London along with the rest of England was under a full national lockdown.
But there was one man who used the restrictions to turn London into his own personal hunting ground.
December 24th, 2007 – three generations of the Anderson family in Carnation, Washington would spend Christmas together. They had no idea a murderous pair had made plans for it to be their last.
Ben and Narcy Novak’s marriage was held together by mutually-assured destruction. He had all the money. She had all the dirt.
This is the story of a wife who would stop at nothing to make sure that if she couldn’t have him, no one could.
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