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Today In True Crime

“Crime never takes a day off, and neither do we.

That is the tag line direct from the brand new daily podcast series Today In True Crime. Coming from the prolific and well-respected podcast studio Parcast, Today In True Crime is an ambitious offering that looks to detail a crime that took place on each day’s date at some in the past.

These bite-sized episodes surprisingly stack a great deal of detail, context, and suspense into each story they cover. On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep on Today In True Crime.

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The 5 Best New True Crime Podcasts Of 2019

True Crime Podcasts 

The Explosive Genre

True crime is as much an American pastime as baseball and apple pie, thanks to the 2014 hit podcast Serial. But a lot has changed since then. In five short years, the true crime genre has exploded to include a huge variety of podcasts, ranging from narrative pieces like Serial to “murder comedies.”

What makes murder so fascinating for so many people? Maybe it is facing the limits of human cruelty, or the deliciously morbid details, or a failing justice system that gets your blood going. But what can not be denied is that true crime is thriving and here to stay. 

The genre is dominating the podcast charts with no signs of stopping anytime soon. Today, we are living in the golden age of true crime because there are literally hundreds of new podcasts to choose from. 

If you are looking for a new podcast show that is dark, compelling or just plain entertaining we got you covered.

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Monstruo: Incongruity True Crime’s Latest Offering

True Crime Dream Team

“The heart of a man is delicious” are the only notes in the feed description of the new terrifying podcast Monstruo. Finally, we have the ultimate new macabre offering from a true crime and dark fiction podcasting dream team.

That team is comprised of Sword and Scale creator Mike Boudet, Jack Luna, the creator of Dark Topic, and Tyler Bell, author and producer of The Westside Fairy Tales. Fans of these respective shows will be in their glory with Monstruo.

The project, according to Mike Boudet, has been in the works for over a year. After a couple of teaser episodes and a documentary style preview, the long-anticipated true crime, psychological, and downright creepy podcast finally arrived on January 9th, 2019.

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