‘This American Life’ Storytelling Spin-Off Finds New Mysteries in 1999 Murder

‘This American Life’ Storytelling Spin-Off Finds New Mysteries in 1999 Murder
Innovation

The podcast investigates the trial and conviction following a teen's death, but also the memories, relationships, and evidence which the jury never saw

Janet Burns
  • 17 october 2014

With their new podcast, a group of experienced radio producers and journalists tell the story of a complex, real-life murder, thereby asking — 15 years later — “who done it?” Almost as intriguing as the crime details and their narration is the fact that, with a year of research and several podcast episodes already behind them, the creators themselves still aren’t sure of the answer.

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