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Ep. 08 | Restoring Some Hope



And just like that, it’s the Suspect season finale. Time flies when you’re talking about
murder and justice! This episode’s a shorty, focusing on the things that give Allie and Cat hope in this wild, murderous world. Plus, the first woman in the FBI’s famous Behavioral Science Unit, Jana Monroe, talks about being the real life muse for Jodie Foster’s character ‘Clarice Starling’ in Silence of the Lambs. She has incredible firsthand experience INTERVIEWING REAL SERIAL KILLERS and so much more. There’s something for everyone! Mostly. Thank you for joining this season of Suspect, kids. This isn’t the last you’ll hear from AllieCat.


Ep. 07 | The Future of Crime!



Co-host Alert! This is not a drill! While the Cat’s away…Allie will still put out an episode.
This week, friend of the pod, Harper Vince, joins Suspect to talk about the future of
crime. And the future tactics of law enforcement. There’s a lot to break down, like how
prevalent CCTV is, to cyberwarfare, to the Dark Web. Just to name a few. The Suspect
hosts also dive into some cases that are indicative of the future of crime. Plus, former
Assistant Special Agent in Charge of first Cyber and Computer Forensics for FBI Los
Angeles and all around badass, Gina Osborn, shares her thoughts on all things
cybercrime. There’s something for everyone! Especially social engineering students! Join
our Suspect family and listen to new episodes every Wednesday.


Ep. 06 | Read Between The Lines



Our dear Suspect listeners! We’re back! As promised! And we’re here to discuss the media. There’s a lot to break down, like what makes a story newsworthy and how the media impacts our internal bias and why we love to talk about violent crime so much. Just to name a few. The Suspect hosts also explore what this “post-truth” world even means, and what propaganda looks like in 2018. Plus, Tony Weaver Jr., founder of Weird Enough Productions, shares his thoughts on our collective power as media publishers. We have powerful platforms, people! There’s something for everyone! Join our Suspect family and listen to new episodes every Wednesday.


Ep. 05 | The Judicial System For Crime Junkies



It’s Wednesday! Which means Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they review our state and federal court systems, why murder in international waters possess a lot of jurisdiction issues, and how one legal loophole in the Constitution created “The Zone of Death” in Idaho. The ‘Suspect’ hosts also explore the rising trend of courthouse violence and why you should avoid falling from a cruise ship. Plus, Tricia Griffith, owner of the iconic amateur sleuthing site Websleuths, gives us her predictions for the future of sleuthing and details a run-in she had with a legendary serial killer. There’s something for everyone! Join our Suspect family and listen to new episodes every Wednesday.


Ep. 04 | How a Crime Scene Tells a Story



It’s Wednesday! Which means Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the science and logistics of crime scene investigation, why databases should get more love, and how murderers are classified. The Suspect hosts will break down how the F.B.I. classifies the different “phases” of a murder, and how Ted Bundy helped in the capture of America’s deadliest serial killer. Plus, John Folino Jr., a real-life sergeant in the Chicago PD shares what TV shows get wrong about crime scene investigation, what makes a credible witness, and the infamous dirty cop that still haunts him. There’s something for everyone! Join our Suspect family and listen to new episodes every Wednesday.


Ep. 03 | Suspect Traits



It’s that time of the week again! Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the science of body language and what’s up with the classic nature vs. nurture debate. More specifically, how psychopaths operate, red flags on dating profiles, and The MacDonald Triad. The Suspect hosts will break down all types of behavior, and might be able to tell you if you’re a narcissist. Plus, Dr. Lillian Glass weighs in on the body language of liars, the importance of eye contact, and what your crush’s feet are telling you. There’s something for everyone! Join our Suspect family and listen to new episodes every Wednesday.


Ep. 02 | Cults!



This week, Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the creepy world of cults. More specifically, Internet-fueled cults, cyberpsychology, and how troll culture is impacting culture and democracy as a whole. The Suspect hosts will breakdown some seriously classic cult red flags, and how the new generation of “spiritual gurus” are recruiting their followers on social media. Plus, one of the most interesting men in the world, Rex Sorgatz, author of The Encyclopedia of Misinformation, weighs in on Internet culture, conspiracy theories, and how misinformation spreads. There’s something for everyone, and you might even learn a thing or two about avoiding cults. Or learn how to form one. Either way, listen to new episodes of Suspect every Wednesday.


Ep. 01 | Another Podcast Talking About Murder



We know, we know. Not another true-crime podcast! But Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are here to ask the question, “why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the world of true crime and how it intersects with technology. This week, the Suspect hosts talk murder rates, F.B.I. profiling, social media-fueled murders, and the trend of “swatting,” amongst other true-crime tangents. Plus, a former F.B.I special agent weighs in on crime trends, cold cases, and general bad guys. Join us every Wednesday for new episodes of Suspect!