Rank #1: Episode 3 - Making a Murderer: Dissecting Brendan Dassey's Confession
on this 3rd installment of our 3 part discussion of the documentary "Making A Murderer", Jim Clemente and Laura Richards rip apart Brendan Dassey's confession, Lisa Zambetti shares her Pizza Parlor Stabbing story...and the trio reveals what they REALLY think happened in this case.
Rank #2: Episode 140 - Her Name Was Kathleen Peterson: Discussing The Staircase
The RCP deep dive the case of Kathleen Peterson and discuss the Netflix original documentary "The Staircase." In 2004, filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade debuted "The Staircase" as an eight-part mini-series which examined the case of Michael Peterson, a novelist who was accused of murdering his wife Kathleen after she was found dead at the bottom of a staircase in their Durham, North Carolina home. In 2012 a further two hours were shot from Peterson's and the defence teams perspective detailing the aftermath of the trial and turning it into a 13 hour docu-series. Was it an accident or was she murdered? Our expert team weigh in, starting as they always do, with the victimology. #HerNameWasKathleenPeterson This Episode of Real Crime Profile is brought to you by Gobble Get $50 off of your first box from Gobble by visiting Gobble.com/RealCrime
Rank #3: Episode 179 - Profiling "Leaving Neverland"
The RCP analyzes the HBO Documentary "Leaving Neverland."
Rank #4: Episode 161: Victimology in The Teacher's Pet - #HerNameWasLynDawson
The RCP team analyse the disappearance of Lyn Dawson on the 37 year anniversary that Lyn went missing.
Rank #5: Bonus Episode - Profiling Dirty John
The RCP team (Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti) welcome Christopher Goffard, the Los Angeles Times writer, to the show to discuss his new hit podcast Dirty John. This episode covers the first three episodes of the program which is a six part podcast. Debra Newell and her on line love John Meehan are introduced. John was the beau who was too good to be true and it turns out he wasn't. New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrime. Listen to the rest of Dirty John and subscribe here so you never miss an episode: https://smarturl.it/dirtyjohn
Rank #6: Episode 70 - The Murders in Robin Hood Hills
Three eight year old boys, Stevie Branch, Michael Moore and Christopher Byers went missing on May 5 1993. Tragically their bodies were found the next day in Robin Hood Hills. Our #RCP profilers start their criminal behavioural analysis of the victimology and the crime scene in the first episode in this new series, a case that spans 24 years. #HisNameWasStevieBranch #HisNameWasMichaelMoore #HisNameWasChristopherByers New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrime Blue Apron - Get 3 meals free on your first order when you visit them here: www.blueapron.com/realcrime Zip Recruiter – Get a free trial membership and find out how to hire smarter here: www.ziprecruiter.com/realcrime And use these codes for special offers: Audible Audible.com/realcrime SimpliSafe http://simplisafe.com/realcrime ThirdLove thirdlove.com/realcrime Texture https://www.texture.com/podcasts
Rank #7: Episode 102 - Profiling Mindhunter
The RCP Team (Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti) analyze and profile the first 2 episodes of Mindhunter, the groundbreaking new Netflix series produced by Charlize Theron and David Fincher. New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrime Check out our offer with Sunbasket at Sunbasket.com/RealCrime
Rank #8: Episode 123 - The Facts of the Sandusky Case
Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti discussed convicted serial pedophile Jerry Sandusky and the investigation into whether Penn State officials including Head Football Coach Joe Paterno knew about his offenses and failed to take action. Jim discussed his analysis of the Freh Report and the concept of grooming from "Nice Guy Acquaintance Offenders" such as Sandusky. Sorry about some of the sound issues as there was problems with the VOIP during recording. If you or someone you know needs help in stopping the sexual abuse of children, please visit http://stopitnow.org/
Rank #9: Episode 181 - Believing the Victims of "Leaving Neverland"
Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti continue their discussion about the victimization of Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck and talk about warning signs for spotting predators targeting children.
Rank #10: Episode 111: The Rafay Family Murders of The Confession Tapes
Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti analyze the first two episodes of the Netflix series The Confession Tapes. They break down the initial 911 call, the scene of the Rafay family murders and the trial of Atif Rafay, and his friend Sebastian Burns. New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrimw
Rank #11: Episode 81 - The Keepers Controversy
In this controversial episode the #RCP team discuss Netflix's latest docuseries The Keepers about the unsolved murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik, a beloved nun and Catholic high school teacher in Baltimore. After disappearing on Nov. 7, 1969, Cathy's body was found nearly two months later but to this day, the case remains unresolved. Only days later Joyce Malecki disappeared from a shopping mall on Nov. 11 1969 in Glen Burnie, a suburb of Baltimore. Her body was found the next day face down in remote woods. This case also remains unresolved. In the '90s, the case returned to the spotlight after one of Cathy's former students accused the high school's chaplain of sexual abuse, and claims that she was taken to Cathy's body and threatened. Jim and Laura deep dive into these murders and discuss with Lisa the victimology, their crime scene assessment and analysis and opine as to whether the murders of Sister Cathy Cesnick and Joyce Malecki are linked. #HerNameWasCathy #HerNameWasJoyce New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrime Blue Apron - Get 3 meals free on your first order when you visit them here: www.blueapron.com/realcrime Zip Recruiter – Get a free trial membership and find out how to hire smarter here: www.ziprecruiter.com/realcrime And use these codes for special offers: StoryWorth storyworth.com/realcrime Audible Audible.com/realcrime SimpliSafe http://simplisafe.com/realcrime
Rank #12: Episode 52 - The Victims of the Killing Bayous
Between 1997 and 2006, twenty three men were victims to a serial killer who terrorized people who seemingly "fell through the cracks" in Louisiana. The Real Crime Profile team of Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti examine the victimology and gives a name to the mostly anonymous men who had their lives brutally taken from them. #HisNameWasDavid #HisNameWasOliver #HisNameWasGary #HisNameWasLarry #HisNameWasLarry #HisNameWasJoseph #HisNameWasManuel #HisNameWasAlonzo New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrime Thank you to our sponsors: Blue Apron - Get 3 meals free on your first order when you visit them here: www.blueapron.com/realcrime Audible.com – Get a 30-day subscription and a free book when you sign up here: www.audible.com/realcrime Helix – Get $50 off any mattress when you visit them here: www.helix.com/realcrime Zip Recruiter – Get a free trial membership and find out how to hire smarter here: www.ziprecruiter.com/realcrime We'd like to hear from you. Find us on Twitter @RealCrimeProfil or search Real Crime Profile on Facebook, and please complete a quick survey at www.wondery.com/survey
Rank #13: Episode 141: Analyzing the 911 Calls - The Staircase
Jim, Laura and Lisa continue their discussions about the @netflix show “The Staircase”. Jim and Laura analyse the 911 calls made by Michael Peterson on the landline at 1810 Cedar Street, Durham, North Carolina on December 9 2001. The first call was made at 02.40 and the second was at 02.46. Two minutes after receiving the call paramedics Jay Rose and Ron Paige had been dispatched and were on way to the scene. The #RCP team discuss what the paramedics discovered when they arrived at the Peterson home. #HerNameWasKathleen #TheStaircase This Episode of Real Crime Profile is sponsored by SimpliSafe Go to SimpliSafe.com/RealCrime to have SimpliSafe donate a system to a family in need.
Rank #14: Episode 142 - Crime Scene Assessment of "The Staircase"
The Real Crime Profile team of Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti continue with our analysis of the Kathleen Peterson case focusing on the victimology, crime scene assessment and the autopsy. #HerNameWasKathleenPeterson #TheStaircase #BehaviouralAnalysis #Victimology #Autopsy Please sign and share this important petition for serial stalkers and domestic violence perpetrators to be included on the Violent and Sexual Offenders Register https://www.change.org/p/rt-hon-theresa-may-mp-create-a-stalkers-register This episode of Real Crime Profile is brought to you by Warby Parker Try 5 glasses frames for free Just go to WarbyParker.com/RealCrime Also brought to you by Gobble $50 off your first box from Gobble Just go to Gobble.com/RealCrime
Rank #15: Episode 112: Her Name Was Molly McLaren
Laura, Jim and Lisa discuss the horrific murder of Molly McLaren who was brutally stabbed to death by her ex on June 29 2017 in Kent, UK. Many of our listeners have asked for us to discuss what happened and how these murders in slow motion can be prevented. "To the living we owe respect; to the dead - only the truth" (Voltaire) This episode is dedicated to Molly McLaren. #HerNameWasMolly #HonouringHerLife #LearningFromHerDeath #TakeStalkingSeriously #PreventMurderInSlowMotion #HerNameWasMollyMcLaren Www.dashriskchecklist.co.uk Www.dashriskchecklist.co.uk/stalking/ Www.paladinservice.co.uk New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrimw
Rank #16: Episode 65 - Profiling S-Town
The RCP team (Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti) discuss the smash hit podcast S-Town. Jim and Laura profile the main characters and give their thoughts on the holes in the mystery. New to Real Crime Profile? Never miss an episode by subscribing today at smarturl.it/realcrime Blue Apron - Get 3 meals free on your first order when you visit them here: www.blueapron.com/realcrime Zip Recruiter – Get a free trial membership and find out how to hire smarter here: www.ziprecruiter.com/realcrime And use these codes for special offers: Simply Safe http://simplisafe.com/realcrime Bose bose.com/podcast TuneIn http://tunein.com/ Texture https://www.texture.com/podcasts
Rank #17: Episode 21: The Murder of Reeva Steenkamp by Oscar Pistorius
Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti provide an insight into the relationship between Reeva Steenkamp and Oscar Pistorius before Reeva was murdered on February 14, 2013. #herNameWasReeva
Rank #18: Episode 37 - The Death of Meredith Kercher
The Real Crime Profile Team (Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti) begin to analyze the brutal murder case of Meredith Kercher and how the bizarre series of events engulfed Amanda Knox.
Rank #19: Episode 32: Cathy Thomas and Becky Dowski - The Colonial Parkway Murders
The Real Crime Profile team (Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti) are honored to be joined by special guest, Bill Thomas, brother of Cathy Thomas. Cathy and Rebecca Dowski were found strangled with their throats cut at a Colonial Parkway overlook on October 12, 1986. From 1986 to 1989, four young couples died at the hands of what the FBI long ago concluded was most likely the work of a serial killer, or killers. Nobody was ever arrested. Our profiling team, Jim and Laura, dive deep into this case and offer insight into the cases that are linked and a profile of the killer. Thank you to our sponsors Audible and Blue Apron! You can support the show and visit them here: www.blueapron.com/realcrime www.audible.com/realcrime
Rank #20: Episode 7: The People vs. O.J. Simpson - The Crime Scene and the Scheme Team
Part 1 of the discussion about The People vs. O.J. Simpson. Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti examine the gruesome crime scene and how Dr. Henry Lee's dismissal by the prosecution helped the defense.