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The Unlovely Truth

The Unlovely Truth

Hosted by: Lori Morrison

Exploring the intersection of faith and true crime.

Episodes

Season 2, Episode 30: Blending In: "The Demon Next Door" by Bryan Burrough

Season #2 Episode #30

This is Season 2, Episode 30, and our book for this week is an Audible exclusive: “The Demon Next Door'' by Bryan Burrough. After reading it, I’m right there with the author wondering why any of this happened, and...
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Season 2, Episode 29: Surviving Schizophrenia with Someone You Love: Hidden Valley Road by Robert Kolker

Season #2 Episode #29

Would you recognize the symptoms of schizophrenia in your children? Don and Mimi Galvin didn’t at first. Robert Kolker’s book “Hidden Valley Road” not only tells of the Galvin family struggles, but how their...
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Season 2, Episode 28: Women’s Safety on Campus: Bluegrass by William Van Meter

Season #2 Episode #28

I’m a mom who went through the worry of dropping off two daughters at college, well aware that I could no longer protect them in the way that I had when they were still home with me. Katie Autrey probably thought she...
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Season 2, Episode 27: There Should've Been a Book: The Most Vulnerable Victims

Season #2 Episode #27

Americans are slightly obsessed with stories about serial killers. There are at least a dozen published books about Ted Bundy and the same for Charles Manson, not to mention everything written about John Wayne Gacy,...
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Season 2, Episode 26: Behind Blue Curtains: An Amish Story of Survival, Escape and Pursuit of Justice by Molly Maeve Eagan and Lizzy Hershberger

Season #2 Episode #26

Lizzy Hersberger grew up in what is probably the most conservative subgroup of the Old Order Amish community - the Swartzentruber Amish. She didn’t have indoor plumbing and wasn’t allowed to attend school beyond the...
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Season 2, Episode 25: There Should've Been a Book: Turning Grieving to Giving

Season #2 Episode #25

Sandra Latrail Robinson was just 32 years old when her life was senselessly stolen from her during the course of a robbery. Her mother and her four children want to know what happened. Let’s help them find the answers...
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Season 2, Episode 24: Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison by Piper Kerman

Season #2 Episode #24

Piper Kerman could have been any one of us. I had no idea that the hit Netflix series Orange is the New Black was based on the true crime memoir that detailed her experiences and what she learned from spending a year...
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Season 2, Episode 23: Serial Revenge: "Pathological" by Henry J. Cordes and Todd Cooper

Season #2 Episode #23

Our book this week is “Pathological” by Henry J. Cordes and Todd Cooper, and my guest is Katherine Mayer, founder of Mayer Consulting in Austin Texas, where she and her colleagues offer civil and criminal defense...
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Season 2, Episode 22: A Death in Columbus: The Unsolved Murder of Doug Suns

Season #2 Episode #22

On August 31, 1986, Doug Suns was shot in the head during an apparent robbery at the Kocolene gas station on Jonathon Moore Pike. He was working alone on the late night shift. The 22 year old died the next day at...
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Season 2, Episode 21: Meth and Murder - "Hell in the Heartland" by Jax Miller (Part 2)

Season #2 Episode #21

This week we are taking another look at “Hell in the Heartland” by Jax Miller. My guest today is Linda Davis, executive director and co-founder of Families Against Narcotics. If you were with us last week, you’ll...
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Season 2, Episode 20: True Crime Moms who Never Give Up - "Hell in the Heartland" by Jax Miller

Season #2 Episode #20

This is Season 2, Episode 20 and our book this week is “Hell in the Heartland” by Jax Miller. My guest today is private investigator Sheila Wysocki. She’s also a tremendous advocate for families and especially moms,...
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Season 2, Episode 19: How do I Forgive? "Murder by Family" by Kent Whitaker

Season #2 Episode #19

Being with family should be the safest place in the world. For many, tragically, it isn’t. Mark Sowersby survived childhood sexual abuse by someone he should have been able to trust. I’ve chatted before with Mark and...
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