Crime Seen | Episode 8: dream/killer
Crime Seen is a true crime review podcast that gets to the heart of how true crime stories are told. Join Mari Forth (@MariTalks2Much) and Sarah Carradine (@sarahcarradine) as they put true crime properties under the magnifying glass. In this episode they examine dream/killer. Watch it on Netflix. Joining them is Jessica Liese (@haymakerhattie) Whether you are interested in citizen sleuths and the criminal justice system in the US, or you are a fan of Ryan & Dusty from The Amazing Race, this is the podcast for you. How many magnifying glasses out of 5 will they rate dream/killer? Listen to find out.
Link to the CBS 48 Hours report on the Mike Boyd theory of the case https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=3100610666934982&ref=sharing
Properties mentioned in the episode:
Wrongful conviction: docudrama WHEN THEY SEE US (Ava DuVernay, 2019); documentaries THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE (Ken Burns, 2012); THE THIN BLUE LINE (Errol Morris, 1988); PARADISE LOST TRILOGY (Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky, 1996, 2000 & 2011); book WAITING TO BE HEARD (Amanda Knox, 2013)
Jess recommended the podcast CASEFILE; and the book SAVAGE HARVEST: A Tale of Cannibals, Colonialism, and Michael Rockefeller’s Tragic Quest (Carl Hoffman, 2014)
Listener recommendations: Yorkshire Ripper – book SOMEBODY’S HUSBAND, SOMEBODY’S SON (Gordon Burns, 1984) and Netflix docu-series THE RIPPER (Jesse Vile & Ellena Wood 2020)Next time on Crime Seen: documentary THE PAINTER AND THE THIEF (Benjamin Ree, 2020), with special guest Sarah D Bunting. It is available in Australia on SBS On Demand, and in the US on Hulu and Kanopy. Watch it and send in your comments and questions.
You can follow the show @CrimeSeenRHAP on Twitter, or email CrimeSeenRHAP (at) gmail (dot) com with your feedback. Recommendations for properties to cover in future episodes are welcome there as well.