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2019’s Nail-biting True Crime Podcasts Are Still Fresh For The New Decade

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There is a theory that true-crime podcasts are to women what World War II facts are to men. We each obsessively love consuming them. In fact, a recent study concluded that 75% of true-crime podcast listeners are women. Fortunately, 2019 did not disappoint in delivering nail-biting binge-worthy content for us to indulge in during the next school pickup line.

‘Culpable’

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When 21-year-old Christian Andreacchio was found dead from a gunshot wound in the upstairs bathroom of his home in Meridian, Mississippi, it only took investigators 45 minutes and an autopsy to rule the death as a suicide. What Culpable accomplishes in its 20 episode season breaks the case wide open.

‘Monster: The Zodiac Killer’

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With over 12 million downloads in its first two months, Monster: The Zodiac Killer takes a deep dive into the chilling cold case of the California serial killings. Featuring interviews with investigators, journalists and victims’ family members, the documentary podcast uncovers every nitty-gritty detail and promises to keep listeners hiding under their covers at night.

‘To Live And Die In LA’

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Working with private investigator Jayden Brant, journalist Neil Strauss sets out to uncover what really happened to Macedonian actress Adea Shabani when she disappeared from her Hollywood apartment in 2018. With later episodes airing details and revelations nearly in real-time, listeners get to feel what it’s like to be at the heart of an investigation.

‘Root Of Evil’

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TNT entered the podcast game with this companion piece to their I Am the Night limited series. When The Black Dahlia, Elizabeth Short, was brutally murdered in 1947 many believed George Hodel did it. Now over 70 years later, the Hodel family is opening up to reveal the dark and twisted secrets that have haunted their generations.

‘The Dropout’

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While not covering a grizzly murder or chilling disappearance, The Dropout examines a crime where truth seems almost stranger than fiction. Elizabeth Holmes set out to change the medical industry yet today stands on trial for fraud allegations. This Nightline production peels back the curtains at Theranos to reveal a story you never knew that were dying to hear.

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Common Objects That Will Be Completely Useless In Just A Few Years

Times are changing, and so are the common objects that we use every day. Think back to the items past generations used every day that we all now balk at, from typewriters to rotary phones. So which of the things we use every day will soon be completely useless? Check out this list — before all of these items start cropping up in vintage stores.

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The Results For America’s 35 Richest Towns Are In

We’re packing our bags and looking up real estate listings, because the list of the richest towns in America is out with some enviable locations. Every year, Bloomberg compiles a list of the small towns with the biggest average incomes, and they’re jaw dropping. From Hollywood Hills mansions to New England manors and Midwest estates, here are the 2019 richest towns in the U.S.

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The Most Streamed Songs of the 2010s

At the beginning of the decade, we were listening to music on MP3 players. Now, we don't even have to download songs. We just stream them! Streaming has been a boost to the popularity (and pockets) of some of the most influential artists of the decade. So let's look back, which songs defined the decade? 'Shape of You' by Ed...

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