Crawlspace Media

Network Announcement

We are pleased to announce that we are now a part of the Crawlspace Media family!

One of our early 2019 goals was to join a network, but then we changed our minds after hearing others’ experiences and decided to not actively pursue any networks while we continued to build our exposure and further develop who we are as a podcast. But then, the True Crime Podcast Festival happened and we were able to meet Tim Pilleri in person and the rest is podcast history. We have found the perfect fit for our show and couldn’t be in better company.

If you are not familiar with Crawlspace Media, this is the network by Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna who have brought you the podcasts Missing Maura Murray, Crawlspace, Empty Frames, Beyond Strange World and the soon to be released Free John Giuca. The genre of their network has primarily been focused on true crime, with some venturing out into the paranormal with Beyond Strange World, which is the companion podcast to the new Travel Network show, Strange World.

Crawlspace Media also brings you Criminal Perspective with Chris Duett & Andrew Dodge, which includes their interviews with persons convicted of murder, interviews with criminal justice professionals and commentary on other personal interactions with violent criminals.

The True Crime Twins, Chloe & Melina Cantor also have psychology academic backgrounds and field experiences and bring those insights to a variety of true crime stories and cases.

We are particularly excited about the new show Incel because of our previous interest in this topic. Host Naama Kates takes a deep dive into the the incel community and is able to interview more members than anyone in the academic or criminal justice community. Through her extensive research and interviews, she brings thoughtful understanding, awareness and empathy that challenges all of our preconceived notions.

As you can tell, we are pretty excited to be in the company of such like-minded, yet vastly different creators. And probably the best part- we will all be in one place at the first American Crime Fest this November in Wildwood, New Jersey. This event is co-produced by Crawlspace Media and L.A. Not So Confidential will be doing a live presentation with Sarah Turney, whose sister’s disappearance has been the case covered on the podcasts Missing Alissa and Voices for Justice.