The FOX True Crime Podcast with Emily Compagno

The FOX True Crime Podcast w/ Emily Compagno

Each week, Emily Compagno – Co-Host of Outnumbered on The FOX News Channel – will be joined by a team of FOX News Digital true crime reporters, legal and law enforcement experts, along with the latest insights from the FOX News Investigative Team.

Emily will bring stories of survival, solved and unsolved murders, America’s Most Wanted killers, missing persons, and celebrity crime trials. This podcast will bring the listener into the story, as told by the people involved and those reporting on the ground. New episodes available every Tuesday, along with bonus episodes every Thursday.

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While it's seemingly common for marriage to end in divorce, how common is it for divorce to end in murder? Criminal Defense Attorney Jack Earley represented Betty Broderick during the sensational trial. He discusses Betty's bitter marriage and divorce and reflects on his work during the high-profile case.

On Tuesday, February 6th, a Michigan jury found 45-year-old Jennifer Crumbley guilty of four counts of involuntary manslaughter for the school shooting carried out by her son, Ethan Crumbley. WJR Detroit Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne lays out the arguments made in court.

Candy began an affair with Allan Gore, the husband of her friend, Betty, but she was not prepared for the deadly turn that her romantic rendezvous would take. Retired Attorney Robert Udashen was a member of Candy Montgomery's defense team. He reflects on the high-profile trial that ensued.

Emily revisits her conversation with retired East Orange Detective Joseph Juliano and Yolanda Silvera to discuss her story of survival following a brutal attack.

On November 3rd, 1994, Susan Smith's car was retrieved from a lake, along with the bodies of her young sons. That day, Susan revealed her story was a lie, and that she was the killer for whom the community searched. Rep. Tommy Pope reflects on his prosecution of the case 30 years later.

Far too often as missing person and cold cases scatter the headlines, the victim at the center of the investigation gets forgotten. Founder and Director of A Voice For The Voiceless Whitney Sich shares why and how she created the nonprofit and discusses how she builds campaigns to create amplification for cold cases.

For healthcare workers, the oath to "do no harm" is a guiding principle that shapes their everyday care for the sick and vulnerable. Nurse Amy Loughren shares the story of how she aided law enforcement in their investigation of Charles Cullen and describes the thrilling details of how she secretly recorded their conversations.

Suspected Long Island serial killer Rex Heuermann appeared in court on Tuesday where he was charged with the murder of a fourth victim: 25-year-old Maureen Brainard-Barnes. Attorney, retired NYPD Inspector, and FOX News Contributor Paul Mauro explains the latest court updates in the case and examines the latest evidence against Heuermann.

One morning, Iowa news anchor Jodi was running late for her broadcast. When police arrived at Jodi's apartment complex, they discovered her empty car, her scattered belongings, and drag marks on the ground. Find Jodi team member and podcaster Scott Fuller lays out the facts of Jodi's disappearance and explains where her case stands today.

In January of 1996, 9-year-old Amber Hagerman was abducted and killed. Her murder shocked the country and led to the creation of the AMBER Alert. Vice President of the Missing Children's Division at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children John Bischoff explains how the AMBER Alert system works.

In 1995, authorities discovered the grisly murder of a woman in Borough Park, Brooklyn. Attached to her body was a King of Clubs card and a note taunting the police. Retired NYPD Detective Sergeant and Co-Host of the Gold Shields podcast Dan Murphy provides the gripping details of his cross-country hunt for the killers.

Jana Monroe was a trailblazer who rose through the ranks while at the FBI. Although she investigated some of the country's most notorious serial killers, many are familiar with her work in the movie industry. She shares what it was like to provide consultation for the film, The Silence Of The Lambs.

On June 4th, 1989, the bodies of a mother and her two teenage daughters were found hogtied and undressed, floating in Tampa Bay. Retired FBI Special Agent Jana Monroe worked on the case from beginning to end.

One company has developed breakthrough forensic technology that's capable of bringing answers to decades-old crimes. President and CEO of M-Vac Systems and host of the All Things Crime podcast Jared Bradley explains the science behind the M-Vac.

This year marked the launch of the FOX True Crime Podcast. In this episode, Emily looks back at some of the most compelling stories she covered in 2023.

Although the holidays are meant to be a time of joy and cheer, they can be especially difficult for members of law enforcement who are out on the job. Founding Chairman and CEO of the Community Police Relations Foundation Al Eskanazy highlights the incredible work his organization does.

In 2003, elementary school vice principal Vincent Brothers slaughtered his entire family and staged the crime to look like a break-in. Retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent Mark Safarik provides insight into the behavioral dynamics of the shocking case.

It's estimated that tens of thousands of people incarcerated in our prison system were wrongfully convicted. Executive Director of the Innocence Project of Florida Seth Miller explains how the organization operates and the challenges they face and shares ways listeners can contribute to the non-profit.

It's often said that family is forever, but what do you do when a family member commits a faithless act against you? Clay Chabot discusses his wrongful conviction and how he maintained his innocence for the 22 years he spent incarcerated.

In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania shoppers who set out to do some holiday shopping instead witnessed a horrific crime. FOX News New York-based Senior Correspondent and Anchor Eric Shawn brings the latest developments after this week's fatal attack and discusses the state of retail safety this holiday season.

19 years ago, Brittany Phillips was found raped and suffocated inside her apartment in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was murdered just short of her 19th birthday. Dr. Maggie Zingman is Brittany's mother and the driver behind the caravan. She discusses the details of Brittany's homicide.

On Tuesday, November 28th, 2023, convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh was sentenced to 27 years in prison for his financial crimes. FOX News Senior Atlanta-based Correspondent Jonathan Serrie provides a look at the dramatic scene from the courtroom in Beaufort, South Carolina.

One January night in 1978, a monster attacked young women living at the Chi Omega sorority house at Florida State University. Author and motivational speaker Kathy Kleiner shares the story of how she survived an attack from Ted Bundy.

From an early age, women are taught to be vigilant, to be hyper-aware of their surroundings, and to never be alone. Damsel Director with Damsel In Defense Nancy Abercrombie discusses the mission behind her organization, as well as the services it provides.

On January 26th, 2011, 27-year-old schoolteacher Ellen Greenberg was found stabbed to death in her kitchen. However, her violent death was ruled a suicide. Joshua and Sandee Greenberg are the parents of Ellen and have been fighting to change her manner of death from suicide to homicide or undetermined.

Co-founders of the Black and Missing Foundation Derrica Wilson and Natalie Wilson share how their nonprofit works to bring attention to cases of missing people of color.

On July 23, 2021, Daniel Robinson disappeared, and less than a month later, his jeep was found crashed in a desert ravine. Retired U.S. Army veteran David Robinson II discusses the mysterious circumstances of his son's disappearance.

One young boy in Cheviot, Ohio endured an unthinkable nightmare, suffering years of abuse from the people who were supposed to love and care for him. FOX 19 Anchor and Host of Cincinnati’s Crime Vault Podcast Jessica Schmidt shares the shocking details of this heartbreaking case and explains how the trial unfolded.

In 2008, Tom was given a life-changing case. A journalist had been taken hostage by an Al-Qaeda-affiliated group. The assignment at hand: bring him home. Retired NYPD Detective and Co-Host of the Gold Shields podcast Tom Smith discusses his role in the heart-racing operation.

This week, the FBI returned to the Idaho murders crime scene to gather evidence and information to construct a physical model of the house that can be used in the trial of the accused killer, Bryan Kohberger. Attorney and retired NYPD Inspector Paul Mauro discusses the significant legal developments within the case.

Dracula has gone down in history as one of literature's most spine-chilling mysteries and has cemented author Bram Stoker as a master of the horror genre. Author and great grand-nephew of Bram Stoker, Dacre Stoker discusses the origins of Halloween and how it influenced the creation of Count Dracula.

For 18 years, the family of Natalee Holloway suffered the impact of her loss without any answers surrounding her disappearance. However, a groundbreaking update to the case has now been made. WBRC Anchor Jonathan Hardison discusses the contents of van der Sloot's confession.

In 1989, 15-year-old Angela Correa disappeared after taking pictures for her photography class in Peekskill, New York. Two days later, her body was found. Jeff Deskovic was coerced into a false confession and was wrongfully convicted for her murder. Exoneree and Lawyer Justice Jeff Deskovic shares the story of his wrongful conviction and his fight for justice.

On July 23rd, 1991, the Milwaukee Journal published a story that sent shockwaves across the city. Former Crime Reporter with the Milwaukee Journal Anne Schwartz was the first to break the story of Jeffrey Dahmer. She looks back at her coverage of the case.

To those who walked by, the Oxford Apartments in Milwaukee, Wisconsin appeared to be a well-kept building. It wasn't until the night of July 22, 1991, that the horrors inside would be revealed, and the apartment's tenant would gain nationwide notoriety. Retired Captain with the Milwaukee Police Department Michael Dubis describes the shocking sights he uncovered in the search of his apartment.

The investigation into Suzanne Morphew's disappearance took a tragic turn when on September 22, 2023, her remains were found. FOX 21 Investigative Reporter Rhea Jha provides an overview of the case and discusses the future prosecution of the case. Later, Rhea shares reactions from the Colorado community as they continue to fight for answers.

After surviving a vicious attack by a loved one, how do you put the pieces of your life back together? Founder and CEO of National Domestic Violence Collaborative Audrey Prosper shares the story of her attack, the events that led up to it, and her recovery that followed.