The true crime genre has been around for a long time, but exploded in popularity a few years ago. Since then there’s been a steady stream of podcasts, TV shows and documentaries about real crimes, usually repackaged in an entertaining way.
Today we learn about an Indiana-based company aiming to use a national network of true crime fans to work on unsolved crimes. We also talk to someone analyzing human remains discovered in Columbus that could be over 2,000 years old.
Produced by Drew Daudelin.
Professor of Anthropology at University of Indianapolis
Co-Founder and CEO, Uncovered