Anatomy of Murder

A murder case has many layers: the victim, the crime, and the investigation. To truly understand it, you need to dissect each piece of a tragic puzzle. Join Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and Scott Weinberger every Wednesday for an insider’s perspective, as they reveal to you the Anatomy of Murder.

NEW SHOW: The Deck

NEW SHOW: The Deck

Mon, 07 Feb 2022 08:00

Audiochuck’s newest weekly show, The Deck, is hosted by Ashley Flowers and takes true-crime listeners through a deck of playing cards that is unlike any other. Listen every Wednesday as we works with investigators and victims’ families to recount the details of these cases in hopes that justice may finally be served. Available now wherever you like to listen to your podcasts!

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Hey, anatomy and motor listeners, if there's one thing we know after a year of telling you about cases here on AO, it is that solving cold cases sometimes comes down to turning over the tiniest piece of evidence or someone coming forward years later after a crime with a clue that changes everything. In audio Chuck's newest podcast, The Deck hosted by Ashley Flowers, you'll hear from law enforcement detectives and victims, families who are trying to crack the hardest of cases using cold case playing card decks. Audio Chuck's team of investigators have been hard at work. To bring you this brand new content and we think you're going to love it as much as we do. Take a listen to the trailer now. In a game of cards, it's all about the hand you're dealt. For every bad hand, there could be a better one right around the corner. You just have to keep playing. But there's always risk involved, risk that you could lose and risk that you could win big. The same can be said for criminal investigations. Over the last few years, investigators across the country have been playing a game of risk, revealing elements of their coldest investigations in a very unique way. What if we came up with putting unsolved murders and missing persons on decks of cards and put them in the jails? Some law enforcement agencies have replaced the faces of traditional playing card decks with images of missing and murdered people. The goal? Solve the unsolvable cases. We don't know whether he's a suspect or victim, obviously, because he's missing. Each card represents a victim who's gone without justice. How does this happen to 15 year old girl in our neighborhood? I lay awake at night thinking about these two kids under the bridge, a family that's still searching for answers. We want to know what happened to our loved one. There's a reason you leave the light on on the front porch. They expect you to come home. One of these cards ending up in the right hands could be what these cold cases need to get cracked. Each week, our team of journalists will be reporting on a case that's gone cold and telling you the details. Only police or family members know whoever had taken my sister. I think they had been in the house before. Honestly, they knew where to go together. And so they've opened the body bag and I'm going, well, that's not him. No way, that's that's not our John Doe. I'm Ashley Flowers, and this is the deck audio, Chuck's newest original podcast. The deck begins on February 2nd, 2022. Follow the deck on Stitcher, Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts to be sure you don't miss out on a single episode. Nobody's going around. Poor me. Poor me. They're like, we're going to do this. We're gonna find him, we're gonna bring him home, and we're going to get this solved. Follow the deck wherever you listen to podcasts to make sure you don't miss out on a single episode.