• Summary

  • A murder case has many layers: the victim, the crime, and the investigation. To truly understand it, you need to dissect each piece of a tragic puzzle. Join Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and Scott Weinberger every Wednesday for an insider’s perspective, as they reveal to you the Anatomy of Murder.
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Episodes
  • Be Best (Wayne Best)

    Jan 18 2022

    Shots fired in the dead of night…a house set ablaze…a young man almost run over…and wild rumors swirling in the community. It’s the type of case that keeps investigators (and you) guessing every step of the way.

    For episode information and photos, please visit https://anatomyofmurder.com/.

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    49 mins
  • Where's My Lisa? (Lisa Weaver)

    Jan 11 2022

    A young wife goes for a walk on Christmas Eve, but never returns home. While her husband steps into the intense media spotlight, police question a mystery man she met through work.

    For episode information and photos, please visit https://anatomyofmurder.com/.

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    41 mins
  • New Year's Day (Mary Greco)

    Jan 4 2022

    An 82-year-old nun was found dead inside her home on New Year’s Day. Did her faith play into motive, was it personal, or was this a truly random attack? An innocuous clue leads investigators to the truth.

    For episode information and photos, please visit https://anatomyofmurder.com/.

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    36 mins

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Good listen

Many of the cases have been covered by Dateline or other podcasts/shows, but it is nice to hear new perspectives on each case. The production is very professional.

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LOVE THIS

I’ve been a fan of crime junkies for a couple years now, and this is the first crime podcast that has grabbed me the same way. I love the two hosts and that they come from different criminal justice/investigation backgrounds. They give comprehensive details surrounding each case that really paints a full picture of the situation. Now I’m only sad that I’ve binged all the episodes and have to wait for a new in each week!

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Bone chilling, a 'must listen'!

I am new to the genre of True Crime and stumbled across this podcast. Wow! I had to sit in my driveway to finish the last episode after a long commute to work.

These cases take you into the depravity of the human mind. I highly recommend.....

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The BEST true crime podcast out there

I have followed AOM since episode one. I normally listen on Apple Podcasts, but after the most recent update I CANNOT listen to my podcasts… it’s infuriating.. so I’m very glad it’s on here.

They only share facts, and none of the “humorous” banter that some other podcasts have.

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Ads

Way too many ads for a paid subscription. The stories are great, but the ads almost make it unplayable.

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Good listening

Easy to follow and very interesting. Keeps my attention and I'm very easily distracted lol They go between the 2 hosts and recorded interviews with someone related to the case. The transition is seamless and never confusing. I enjoy their commentary, it's intelligent and comes from experience.

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Favorite podcast

I listen to a lot of podcasts because of my job, 8 hours a day/4 days a week. This one is my absolute favorite! Their insight from their experiences really helps the listener understand more of the crime analysis and the prosecution or sometimes lack of. They’re voices are easy to follow and pleasant to hear. My only criticism would be there is only one episode a week.

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WOW Amazing show

I love this Podcast. They do a phenomenal job with passing on the information. Telling it in a great way and making sure they're keeping the victim as the focus.

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DNF because the storyline became too convoluted. Reminders of who was whom would have been helpful in this listening format. When gangs entered the story with their myriad characters, I stopped. Too many characters. Not enough reminders.

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ACAB

I want to hear these stories and I do like the layout of this podcast but I'm like 5 episodes in and getting sick and tired of the hosts defending law enforcement. Stop it. They messed up, the families frustration and anger is warranted. You're defending a broken system, lazy cops, and excusing them when people are literally dying because they can't be bothered to LISTEN to family when they are telling them, something. Is. Wrong. Ridiculous. Stop defending them, stop interrupting recorded interviews of the family of MISSING AND MURDERED persons so say "well in defense of the uniform I use to wear" shut up. The people in these shows and their families are the victims. Your "uniform family " are not. In fact in a lot of cases, they're the villains.