All of the links contain true crime content. Please use discretion when viewing. The vast majority of the sources here do show trigger warnings before their content or at least puts warnings in descriptions. I also put as many trigger warnings on this page as I could.

I despise when true crime content creators use humor so all of the links that deal with real crime and victims are made by those who take crime and its victims seriously. There's also A LOT of very popular sources not listed here, but this is a list of content that I like, well known or not.

True Crime Podcasts - Episodic
48 Hours Podcast
Podcast with audio of aired 48 Hours episodes.
All Crime No Cattle
Already Gone
Canadian True Crime (Reddit)
Casefile (Reddit / Youtube)
Court Junkie (Reddit)
NOT "Crime Junkie".
Criminal (Reddit)
Audio of various Dateline episodes. The producers keep the "COMING UP! (play part of the episode that hasn't aired yet, spoiling that plot point)" parts up, which is so annoying! But it's nice having Keith Morrison's voice in a portable form. (That was a weird sentence.)
Evidence Locker
Generation Why
Invisible Choir
Let's Talk About Sects
Once Upon a Crime
They Walk Among Us
True Crime All the Time / True Crime All the Time Unsolved
True Crime Campfire
True Crime Garage (Reddit)
Women and Crime
You're Wrong About
Not 100% true crime related but has some stories dealing with crime. The DC Sniper episodes were a great listen.

True Crime Podcasts - Series
Bear Brook
Trigger Warning: crimes against children and women
An excellent podcast about the Bear Brook murders, the narcissist behind the crimes and the search for the victims' names.
The Clown and the Candyman
Trigger Warnings: heavy discussion of childhood sexual abuse, crimes against children, sexual assault.
Goes into detail about the possible connection between two massive pieces of shit, John Wayne Gacy and Dean Corll. (I personally don't think there was a connection, but it's been a while since I've listened.)
Cold (Reddit)
Trigger Warnings: crimes against children and women, narcissistic abuse
A podcast discussing in detail the disapperance of Susan Marie Cox (or Susan Powell, but I don't want to associate her name with the Powell family - if you know the case, you would know why) and the death of her two sons, Braden and Charles. One of the saddest true crime cases that I know of and this series does a great job in sharing Susan's story.
Hunting Warhead (Youtube)
Trigger Warnings: heavy discussion on childhood sexual abuse
This was a well-produced podcast that I listened to in one sitting, very gripping and heartbreaking. However, PLEASE take the trigger warning I posted seriously, the act of CSA is discussed in detail in every single episode.
Into the Dark
Trigger Warning: crime against a child (season one), racism (season two)
Season 1 covers the horrific abduction of Jacob Wetterling and how the case was solved while the podcast was being produced. (I cried a lot over the last episode.) Season 2 covers the wrongful convinction of Curtis Flowers, a black man that spent more than 20 years in prison while a very corrupted white prosecutor attempts to have him executed. I've read that this is the most important podcast ever made and I have to agree with that opinion. I'm very happy that this podcast helped so many people.
The Thing About Pam
Trigger Warning: crime against a woman
The great Keith Morrison narrates a very bizarre true crime case that centers around a very bizarre woman named Pam Hupp. A great, quick listen.

True Crime Podcasts - Resources
Listen Notes
A search engine for podcast episodes.
True Crime City
Unqualified Reviews
A great place to get quick reviews on hundreds of true crime podcasts.

True Crime Youtube Channels
Aurace Crime
Cayleigh Elise
(She removed her videos from Youtube but if you search Youtube you will find reuploads of her videos.) My favorite true crime content creator ever, without a doubt. The production of her videos, the amount of research she did, covering little known cases, her empathy towards the victims and their families... it's all there and Cayleigh truly made the videos to shine some light on the case and give the victim's a voice. I hope Cayleigh is okay and doing well in her life, she is sorely missed!
Criminally Listed
I like this channel a lot, but many people have a problem with the narrator's voice. If it's grating to you, try setting the speed to 1.5x.
Criminal Psychology
Dave's Lemonade / Dave's Lemons
The first channel covers true crime cases, second channel covers the criminals caught on "To Catch a Predator". Both channels are excellent.
David Oranchak's Youtube Channel
One of the people behind the recent decoding of the Zodiac Killer's 403 code!
The titles for some videos may seem "clickbait-y" but the majority of these videos have solid content.
JCS - Criminal Psychology / Second Channel (Reddit)
Matt Orchard - Crime and Society
Claims to be a "Jim Can't Swim rip-off" but I personally enjoy his videos more. More commentary and custom content and way less unedited interrogation videos that go on forever.
Mysterious WV
Covers unsolved cases from West Virginia. Very "Unsolved Mysteries"-ish.
Scary Mysteries
Truly Criminal
Just discovered this channel and I'm very shocked that it's not more popular! Great narration, uses news clips and covers quite a few lesser known cases.

True Crime and Unsolved Disappearances Reddits
Alphabetical List of More True Crime Subreddits
Brandon Lawson
Brandon Lawson, of San Angelo TX, went missing on August 8th, 2013 after making a frantic 911 call. Where is he now? (Possibly solved!)
Delphi Murders
On February 14, 2017, the bodies of Abigail "Abby" Williams and Liberty "Libby" German were discovered off a hiking trail in Delphi, Indiana, United States, after the young girls had disappeared from the same trail the previous day. This sub is for discussion of the case that's come to be known as the Delphi Murders.
Darlie Routier
A Texas woman named Darlie Routier was convicted of stabbing her children to death in 1997. She is currently on death row. She maintains her innocence. Did Darlie Routier receive a fair trial?
Find Emma Fillipoff
Emma Fillipoff has been missing since Nov 28, 2012, vanishing from in front of the Empress Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia, at the age of 26.
Grateful Doe
Although the Grateful Doe himself has been identified, the sub is now focused on solving more John and Jane Doe cases.
Justice for Jon Benet Ramsey
JonBenét Ramsey was 6 years old when she was murdered in her Boulder, CO home on Christmas night 1996. We are here to discuss all aspects of the case and remember JonBenét Patricia Ramsey.
The Long Island Serial Killer
The Long Island serial killer (LISK) is an unidentified suspected serial killer who is believed to have murdered at least 10 people. Most of the bodies were left in areas on the South Shore of Long Island, New York. Also known as the Gilgo Beach Killer.
Madeliene McCann
From Wikipedia: Madeleine Beth McCann (born 12 May 2003) disappeared on the evening of 3 May 2007 from her bed in a holiday apartment at a resort in Praia da Luz, in the Algarve region of Portugal. The Daily Telegraph described the disappearance as "the most heavily reported missing-person case in modern history".
Trace An Object
True Crime
True Crime Discussion
Unresolved Mysteries
Zodiac Killer
From Wikipedia:The Zodiac Killer, or simply Zodiac or the Zodiac, is the pseudonym of an unidentified serial killer who operated in Northern California in the late 1960s. The killer originated the name himself in a series of taunting letters and cards that he mailed to regional newspapers, threatening killing sprees and bombings if they were not printed.

Websites Focusing on True Crime
@deathclues on Instagram
9/11 Realtime
A Candy Rose
A true crime based website that focuses on missing children.
Archived Links to the Tru TV Crime Library
The Charley Project
Iowa Cold Cases
Real Life Villians Wiki
True Crime, Mysteries and Catastrophes
Unidentified Wiki
Unsolved Mysteries TV Show Wiki
What's The Harm?
A very well researched website that explains the harm in certain medical and other practices.

True Crime Related Reads
The Bizarre Saga of the Circleville Letters Case
The Circleville Letters 1976
The Circleville Writer on the Unsolved Mysteries Wiki
Top 10 Strange Facts about the Circleville Writer
Unknown Sender: The Mystery of the Circleville Letters
This is such a crazy case, it's one of those true crime mysteries that I keep going back and forth on who I think the culprit is.

Reddit Threads - Specific Cases
11-year-old Mark Himebaugh went outside to watch a nearby fire and was last seen with a 10-year-old girl, who has never been identified. What happened to Mark, and why was no one in the small community able to identify the girl?
The 1962 Disappearance of Billy Jones: The “Longest Unsolved Case of a Missing Child Under 5 Years Old” in the State of New Jersey
After Steve Snedegar's daughter Lora was murdered, he vowed he would stop at nothing to find her killer. Did he mean even if that meant becoming a killer himself? With four disappearances surrounding Steve, the last being his ex-wife, he may have meant just that.
Heidy Truman: suicide or murder?
Michael Peterson (The Staircase) - Does anyone think he's not guilty besides the kids?
The West Memphis Three: A Comprehensive Overview (Part I)

Reddit Threads - Multiple Cases
32 years ago today, the Americans With Disability Act was passed into law, so today I wanted to share an EXPANDED collection of stories featuring people with disabilities who are missing or whose stories are otherwise unresolved.
As Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month draws to a close here in the United States, I wanted to share an EXPANDED collection of write-ups featuring the stories of Asians/Pacific Islanders who are currently missing or whose cases have not been resolved.
I made a list of unresolved mystery mega threads (creepy crimes, user theories, pet theories, puzzling crimes ect)
I made another mega thread with links relating to unexplained/unresolved mysteries and phenomenon. I thought I should share it with you all.
In 1975 The Gateway Center for the handicapped in Yuba City suffered a bizarre series of firebombing attacks that were never solved. Three years later, Gateway would make headlines again when Gary Mathias and his friends who played on Gateway's basketball team vanished. Could there be a connection?
There are many missing people with 'few details available' about them. I've collected information about some of them to help to remember them.
Unresolved mysteries that turned out to be hoaxes

Reddit Threads - True Crime Podcasts
The State of True Crime Podcasting
True crime podcasts to avoid listening to?
We always talk about the best True Crime podcasts... But what about the worst?
What's a podcast you used to love, but don't anymore?
What's the cringiest thing you've heard in a true crime podcast?
What podcast made you Nope the F out in the first few minutes?

Reddit Threads - Questions and Answers
What are some common true crime misconceptions?
What's your biggest pet peeve about the true crime community?

What's a lesser known case that you think deserves more attention?
Does anyone have any obscure cases that have little to no information on the internet? OR Cases that are only discussed in old Newspapers but are otherwise not shown online?

In which well known unsolved disappearance/death do you think the simplest explanation is the correct one?
Mysterious crimes that aren't actually mysterious?
What missing person/ murder case do you think is mostly just a bunch of red herrings and it actually much more straightforward than it appears?

What's a case where you've done a complete 180 in your theory of what happened?
Which unresolved mysteries do you really struggle to maintain a theory on?
Tell me about cases with evidence/circumstances that have you going back and forth on a theory.
What are the cases that genuinely leave you wondering, "was this a freak accident or a murder?"
Are there any cases where you have a “gut feeling” as to what happened that you can't really explain?

Is there any cases where the investigator essentially fucked up so badly, it became unsolvable?
What's a case that you think would have been solved/could have been solved in the future if not for police incompetence?
Which mysteries or true crime cases would have been solved, or at least handed better, if law enforcement agencies employed more skepticism?
What are some cases where unusually *good* police work solved a murder?

Biggest WTF or Saddest Charley Project Cases?
Saddest/Strangest Charley Project cases?

What are some unsolved or mysterious cases which could be solved by lost media?
What are some pieces of mysterious lost media which would potentially end the careers of celebrities if they surfaced?

Historians of Reddit, what's a devastating event that no one talks about?
What single human has done the most damage to the progression of humanity in the history of mankind?

What are some cases that are basically solved but law enforcement is missing a key piece of evidence to prosecute?
What case is essentially solved, but isn't due to an infuriating reason?
What are some crimes that will most likely never get solved but are 99% sure who is responsible?

If you could have clarification on one piece of evidence in a case, what would it be?
If you could know exactly what happened in just one unresolved mystery, which one do you would choose?
What's that thing that everyone thinks is suspicious that makes you roll your eyes?
What are some unpopular or undiscussed theories you have of a well-known case?
What's a popular case where you just can't get behind the prevailing theory?
Which criminal that popular culture has decided was wrongfully accused, do you believe is indeed guilty?
What missing persons do you think may still be alive?
Missing persons cases where the person was able to contact home or authorities?
What was the most unexpected twist you came across in a case?
What's a case that led you down a rabbit hole into different sub-cultures?
Which two unsolved cases do you think are linked?
Which unsolved mystery, when you look at all the circumstances, is the most baffling to you?
Cases involving sheer luck (by either the perpetrator or authorities)?
Is there a crime that happened in your hometown you just can't forget?
What cases had the eeriest reported tips or sightings for a disappeared person?

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