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Episodes
  • EPISODE 1: 40 FREEZERS

    Nov 11 2021
    When the TSA searches a traveler’s leaky cooler and discovers it’s full of human heads, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office conducts a search warrant on a body parts business in Phoenix. It finds 12 tons of dissected human remains and a million questions.
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    24 mins
  • EPISODE 2: TORN APART

    Nov 11 2021
    As investigators grill the founder of Biological Resource Center (BRC), the media picks up the sensational story that law enforcement has raided a warehouse with over a hundred cut up dead bodies. The families who donated their loved ones’ bodies “to science” through BRC learn what has happened and are alarmed. Thousands of body parts are being sorted and identified. Speculation swirls about what horrors have occurred.
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    25 mins
  • EPISODE 3: THE GORE OF IT ALL

    Nov 11 2021
    Law enforcement focuses its investigation on BRC’s employees, including an idealistic young intern, as we unearth the long and sordid history of the trafficking of dead bodies. Agents struggle to determine exactly what went wrong, what laws were broken, and who is responsible. Every corner they turn seems to lead to one man, Stephen Gore.
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    50 mins

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About the Creator and Executive Producer

Josh Murphy is a producer and creative executive with credits across audio, streaming and television. Through his company MadWest Content, Josh produced First to the Top of the World (Discovery+), Spacing Out with the Everyday Astronaut (Facebook Watch), The Piketon Family Murders (Oxygen), and Murder and Justice (Oxygen). Josh also played key roles in the development and sale of The Ultimate Surfer (ABC), Battlefish (Netflix), Days that Shaped America (History), Street Outlaws (Discovery), The Wheel (Discovery), The Hustlers (truTV), and Missing in Alaska (History), in addition to many other series, pilots and specials across broadcast, cable and streaming.

About the Writer and Executive Producer

Heather J. Miller is a seasoned writer and producer for audio, scripted and non-fiction shows like Booze Traveler, Deadliest Catch, Hell’s Kitchen, and Exposure on Hulu. She’s a voracious student of the human condition and classically trained vocalist and artist most recently seen at Los Angeles's Eli and Edythe Broad Stage. A native of Houston Texas, Heather now resides in Santa Monica, CA.

About the Creator and Writer

Peter McDonnell is a creator and writer of The New York Times bestseller Evil Has a Name, as well as Call Me God, selected as one of Audible’s Top 10 Listens of 2019, Shootout, Brooklyn North, The Riddle of Emmon Bodfish, A Devil in the Valley, and After the Fall. He’s a co-executive producer of the Emmy-nominated Netflix documentary series Pandemic and the NBC documentary series The Forgotten West Memphis Three. Peter runs the audio department at XG Productions. He’s a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and has an MFA from Oregon State University, where he also taught writing. A native of St. Louis, he lives in Los Angeles.

XG Production Credits

Created by Josh Murphy
Written by Heather J. Miller with additional writing by Peter McDonnell
Executive Produced by Josh Murphy, Heather Miller, Peter McDonnell, and Andrea Bruce
Presented by Chris Phillips
Edited by Peter McDonnell and Andrea Bruce
Executive Producers for XG Productions: Spencer Gordon and Peter Clemente
* Story Producer: Mariana Clemente
Senior Producer: Francey Hakes
Production Coordinator: Sydney Sidell
Dialogue Editing, Sound Design, Mixed, and Mastered by Matt Gurgol
Produced by XG Productions

About the Performer

Chris Phillips has been voicing video and audio content for over two decades, including appearing on camera, and is frequently the trusted voice for MasterCard, eBay, Breeders’ Cup, Marriott, Apple TV, Gatorade, Olympus, Pilsner Urquell, and Miramar Films. In a previous career he was a meteorologist and part of the Kentucky Derby network broadcast.

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the modern Resurrectionists and body snatchers

I loved the expose, next investigate the funeral parlors, who have been known to steal the bones out of cadavers and replace them with PVC pipe. The old cartoon Max Headroom has become reality. They did this same dirty business in 18th and 19th century England.

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Not For The Faint Of Heart!

As warned, you might avoid this audio series if you are sensitive about certain things. However, I'm not, so I went ahead and found this truly fascinating. It will make you say "Wow" a lot. If anything, this will make you research before you donate the body of a loved one or yourself, to "science."

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Creepy. Absolutely Creepy!!

This SEEMS criminal... but maybe not. Icky but maybe not illegal. This raises some great questions.

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Fascinating and very, very disturbing

If you have morbid curiosities like myself, and like great reporting, storytelling, and bioethical quandaries, boy are you in for a treat!!

This was well done indeed.

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terrible

Made it to about halfway through episode 3. First of all, the narrator sounds like he's from a corporate training video. Then, all it seems to be is stuff regarding how the company handles the bodies in a way where I guess we're supposed to be shocked and appalled? OMG- there's 40 freezers??! No duh, where all are they going to put the bodies- on the floor at room temp? OMG, there were body parts separate from the bodies??! Come on. Not sure if it will end up being that they did anything illegal, I'm not listening, but even so who cares?

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extremely compelling

I found myself binge listening to this over two days. It is both horrifying and compelling. Having known someone who donated their body to science, I was horrified at what may have happened and informed to be more attentive to what I request be done with my or my husband's body after death. Also, the sociopathy of the body brokers was chilling, especially the intern who so easily joined in. A difficult but important listen.

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Dug it

Heavy but interesting. The interview clips kept it from being too dry with only narration. Learned a lot about donation I didn’t know before.

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I was Blown Away!

Having donated my father’s body to “medical science” in 2008 this now makes me wonder what really happened. I’m shocked and appalled at Stephen Gore’s profiting from the thousands of bodies he sold every year. The fact he never saw the inside of a prison is infuriating. The PTSD suffered is tragic and real, so sad!

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very disturbing

It was an eye-opener. disgusted that this is a true story. But educated of what is expected of us to make changes how our bodies should be taken care of when you pass.

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Extremely good

Terrifying and graphic, but SO good. Great examples, audio clips, visuals, which were all super graphic, but really well done. A topic we do not give nearly enough attention to and yet it is something everyone deals with after a loved one passes. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in gruesome stuff.