True crime scene cleaning stories from your host, Vanessa Phearson. She takes you on a journey of her experiences cleaning up the aftermath of some of the grisliest, most heartbreaking and most intense cleanups a crime scene cleaner can face. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Follow Vanessa as she takes you through one of the most unnerving cleanups done to date. Although not the biggest nor the dirtiest, this job is full of nasty surprises and eyebrow-raising situations. A single man realized he needs to get his minor hoarding situation taken care of. The only thing is, he wants it done in a certain way and he wants everything carefully sorted.
Podcasts—downloadable audio productions—are a fantastic way to stay informed and entertained while doing chores, cleaning house, working out, walking the dog or burying a body. As with all true crime podcasts, the subject matter is dark, but the hosts, voice talent and producers manage to maintain an energetic, suspenseful pace with this entertaining throwback to audio drama entertainment. And oh, yes. Jazz riffs! Do you like long-form deep dives into true crime, with interviews, backstories and a heart-stopping, gratifying twist to tie it all up?
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I'm in the office of Dr. Drakovic, who examines dead bodies for the police in Pontiac, Michigan. And he's running through this carousel of slides, all of them murder victims. They are close-ups of body parts.
I'm in the office of Dr. LJ Drakovic, who examines dead bodies for the police in Pontiac, Michigan, and he's running through this carousel of slides, all of them murder victims. They're close-ups of body parts. To say, as you just flip through these things, this is the grisliest slide show I've ever seen. It's just like every slide is some Is another story, yes. Every crime scene is a story of its own, is a novel, and it opens up in every direction.