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Real-Time Crime


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Real-Time Crime

A true crime podcast from iHeartRadio

Are you obsessed with solving crimes? Are you a sleuth for the truth with a self-awarded PHD in unsolved mysteries? Do you believe you should be giving an FYI to the FBI? Do the detectives label it a cold case while you’re just getting warmed up? Then you need to join Leah Lamarr and Teddi Mellencamp on the ‘Real-Time Crime’ podcast…Where each episode we’ll discuss all the details of a high profile case and uncover the 4-1-1…of the 9-1-1.’ Real-Time Crime podcast, an iHeartRadio Podcast. You can’t solve the crime if you don’t listen to Real-Time.

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This podcast name is "Real-Time Crime " and has a space at the end. This can cause some issues with apps and other services: we’d recommend it’s removed using Megaphone’s dashboard.
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