Hulu's "BuzzFeed Unsolved" - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Dear Bloody Murder,

My wife is the true crime buff, but she has finally converted me after eight years of lovely wedded bliss.

I drive for Uber and Lyft in Minnesota, and my radio in my Ford focus died last summer This event eventually got me to try podcasts for a regular break from music while at work.

My true crime nerd time is something I watch regularly, It’s BuzzFeed Unsolved. This is on its own channel on YouTube now, and can be found on Hulu as well.

The two hosts of this show, Shane Madej and Ryan Bergara, bring Unsolved true crime stories to the screen with their own personal flair. With new episodes on Fridays, and a Q&A on Wednesdays, they cover long Unsolved stories.

Besides the stories about JFK, the boy in the box, and the black dhalia, Ryan and Shane have a supernatural show they do as well. And as ghosts and Bigfoot aren’t real, they are calling that Unsolved as well.

The fun that these two have, while still diving deep into facts and theories, bring a brighter look into true crime then the old Unsolved mysteries television show.

So, to wrap up into a cute wittle bow. BuzzFeed Unsolved, or “bun” is my recommendation for those looking to scratch that true crime itch. At least after you’re done with sexy Barney, and Russian Tara.

Thank you for your time,

This has been Trever Christensen

(The trevolution will not be tellevised)

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