From violent crimes to white-collar crimes, true crime continues to be one of the most popular genres of podcasts. According to Statista.com, 18% of all downloaded podcasts are related to true crime shows and episodes. Here are a few new true crime podcasts to check out.
 
The Apology Line
This podcast focuses on the story of Allan Bridge, aka Mr. Apology, who set up “The Apology Line” in New York in the 1980s. Bridge invited strangers to anonymously apologize for their wrongdoings and mistakes, but then callers began confessing crimes like shoplifting and murder. Marissa Bridge hosts the six-episode series.  
Find it: https://wondery.com/shows/the-apology-line/
 
The Clown and the Candyman
Produced by Investigation Discovery, this podcast dives into the possible connection of infamous serial killers Dean Corll and John Wayne Gacy through a network that was partly funded by prominent members of American society. Each episode of the eight-part series is about 40 minutes.
Find it: https://www.investigationdiscovery.com/crimefeed/podcasts/the-clown-and-the-candyman
 
Red Collar
Each week, host Catherine Townsend dives into the minds of white-collar criminals who kill. Townsend travels through the minds of real-life “American Psychos” who are often hiding in plain sight. Recent episodes include “The Enforcer,” “What Really Happened in Apt. 4C?” and “Deadly Rotten Scoundrels.”
Find it: https://redcollarpodcast.com/
   
Chicano Squad
The true story of an all-Latino homicide squad who were challenged to solve the most vicious crimes in Houston’s Latino community in the late 1970s with little training and few resources. Episodes focus on the Latino community being plagued by discrimination, police violence and a growing number of unsolved murders. Each episode is hosted by Cristela Alonzo.
Find it: https://podcasts.voxmedia.com/show/chicano-squad