True Crime All The Time Unsolved


Each week Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting unsolved true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details. We tell the stories of the victims, the facts surrounding the cases, and look at all possible suspects. We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously. read less

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True Crime All The Time Unsolved is a spin-off of the popular podcast True Crime All The Time. The original podcast tells stories of crime, criminals, and justice. Focusing on unsolved mysteries, this podcast has a more haunting effect.

Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson are long-time friends and ex-coworkers. They started True Crime All The Time in 2016 in their basement studio in Dayton, Ohio. They wanted this project to be only for family and friends. And with no experience in podcasting, they didn't expect much. However, the podcast started gaining momentum and won fans everywhere. Thanks to the success of True Crime All The Time, the pair was able to break into this spin-off.

As the cases of this podcast have no resolution, the format this time is different. In the original podcast, the cohosts explored serial killers' internal lives. They discuss their childhood and backgrounds and try to find their motives. But here, the killers are unknown. Ferguson and Gibson look into the details of the murder first. They scan through police reports, news articles, and eyewitness accounts. Sometimes they even have a guest on the show who is a victim's relative. Once they finish detailing the crime, they move on to suspects. This is where the pair thrives, analyzing the evidence and trying to determine the most likely offender.

Years of going over crimes with a known culprit make the cohosts much more knowledgeable than the average person. They understand motives and can spot patterns. And they do it all without being too serious, as the topic is grim enough. New episodes of True Crime All The Time Unsolved debut weekly.

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