No, true crime podcasts are not just for middle-aged women to listen to – they’re becoming popular in the younger generation too! Don’t know any good ones? Not to worry, we got this. Some of the most interesting true crime podcasts are Crime Junkie, My Favorite Murder, Morbid and True Crimecast.

Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie | Spotify

Hosted by Ashley Flowers and co-host Brit Prawat, crime stories shared here are as spooky as it gets. Episodes are posted weekly as Flowers shares the most mysterious and notorious crime stories for you to get your “fix,” as they call it. As Flowers shares each story, Prawat listens as if she is one of us and asks the important questions that we are all wondering about. So tune on in to Crime Junkie because it’s a thrill to listen to.

Check out Crime Junkie on Spotify here.

My Favorite Murder

My Favorite Murder | Spotify

Hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, great murder stories come with attitude and sass. Combining both humor and crime, it doesn’t get any better than this. Both hosts do an amazing job at being natural on air as they hide and censor absolutely nothing and tells the stories as they are. So, sit back and prepare yourself for some laughs… and some shivers, of course.

Check out My Favorite Murder on Spotify here.



Morbid | Spotify

Into true crime stories but craving for some more gruesome ones? Well, don’t worry you weirdos – because Ash and Alaina have got you covered. Just like their channel name, they share the most disturbing and gruesome murder stories in history. With a little touch of humor here and there alongside the hosts’ commentary, this is the best podcast for those who long to hear the darker side of stories.

Check out Morbid: A True Crime Podcast on Spotify here.

True Crimecast

True Crimecast | Spotify

The question of whether justice is served or not for murder cases is tough, but not for John and Jamie. As the hosts of True Crimecast, not only do they share some of the most mysterious and true crime stories, but they also like to ask the audience at the end of each episode: “Was justice served?” Because not only is the story itself important, but the aftermath of each case is just as important to understand how murder cases are handled.

Check out True Crimecast on Spotify here.

Podcasts are cool, especially the true crime channels. So why not take a listen and get spooked for a good time?

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