Card games are all about the hand that's dealt. This podcast follows suit. For any bad hand, there could be another good one right around the corner. The trick is to keep playing. There's always a risk that a loss is nearby. Or there's the risk that a big win is on the way—and if the game stops, that win might never happen. The Deck podcast dives into that same concept. Only this time, the card game is criminal investigation.
For years, criminal investigators have been playing a game of some risk. They've replaced the faces of traditional playing card decks with the faces of victims without justice. The decks—stacked with the faces of missing or murdered people-are distributed in jails. The Deck podcast from Audiochuck is here to tackle the concept behind that investigative approach. The idea behind this strategy is that luck—the right card ending up in the right hand—could finally crack a case that's gone cold.
The Deck stars producer Ashley Flowers and tells true crime tales of cold cases. Interviews with investigators and family bring light to never-before-heard details. The goal is to bring justice to the families and victims who disappeared without a trace.
With a new episode every Wednesday, listeners can expect a unique cold case story weekly. They'll hear the cold case details of Linda Smith, the nine of hearts from Idaho. They'll uncover details about Cindy Elias, the six of diamonds from Minnesota. Each episode will shine a light on new details. With the right amount of risk or luck, cold-case victims and families might get deserved justice.