Missing Magnolias tells the stories of the murdered or missing but certainly not forgotten. Too often we sensationalize the offender and undermine the victim. This true crime podcast combats the norm by offering a curation of interviews with victims, criminologists, experts, and truth- seekers who begin the dialogue: what is the "real true crime experience?"
We are local and share beaucoup stories encompassing the southwest Louisiana area.
Be sure to tune in soon for our first episode wherever you listen to podcasts.
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A Chest of Questions
Donna Wyble shares with us the emotional story of the recent solving of her mother's murder, a fifty-one- year-old cold case, with the help of DNA and forensic genealogy.
What is Criminology?
Learn from an expert. Michelle takes us back to basics with Criminology: 101.
Don't F**k with Dogs
Back in New Orleans in 1983, a landlord received complaints from her tenants that their dogs had gone missing along with complaints about a creepy tenant, and his missing roommate. Michelle, Scarlett, and special guest Allyson Wade (The Ginger Trifecta) weigh-in.
the Frocks and Gallows
Historian Fran Middleton discusses writing a history with new information on the (1927) Ada LeBoeuf and Dr. Thomas Dreher Case.