Moving Past Trauma with Collier Landry
Many people have experienced some form of trauma in their life. I decided at an early age that our trauma should not be what defines us; it’s what we choose to do with it that does.
I was just 11 years old when I witnessed my father murder my mother in the early morning hours of New Year’s Eve. When no one believed me except one detective, I gathered evidence against my father, leading police to discover her body buried in another state.
After having my story featured on Forensic Files, I channeled my trauma into filmmaking and podcasting, gaining widespread recognition as the creator and subject of A Murder in Mansfield, a film directed by two-time Oscar winner Barbara Kopple.
Every week, I share my unique perspective on surviving true crime and trauma, overcoming adversity, and moving on. Along with sharing my healing process, I speak with fellow trauma survivors, academics, advocates, and storytellers and explore what came next.
I hope this podcast serves as a kind of therapy and reconciliation for myself, and anyone who may be processing betrayal and dark trauma in their lives.
You can learn more about Collier on his website: https://www.collierlandry.com
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