True Crime Bulletin is a brand new true-crime podcast that will premiere in the month of October 2019. And we prefer to keep the host anonymous, as the focus needs to be on the content, the cases, and the legal aspects of the stories told on the show.

However, we understand that you want to meet our host because that’s the voice you hear every episode, every week. So, we decided to ask our True Crime Bulletin host a few questions on your behalf! Welcome to our host Q&A session!

What got you involved with true crime podcasting?

I was first introduced to true crime back when A&E aired “American Justice” and “Cold Case Files.” In case that doesn’t ring a bell, “American Justice” first aired in 1992 and wrapped up with Season 14 in 2009. “Cold Case Files” began in 1999 and ended with Season 5 in 2017.

I had a business podcast back in 2013 through 2014, so after I became a mother and stayed home with my son, merging my passion for true crime with podcasting just seemed like the right choice for me.

What’s your favorite show?

Uh, that’s a tough one! Of course, it probably doesn’t come as a surprise that I enjoy true-crime documentaries. I also really like “Vanity Fair Confidential” from the ID Channel.

Where are you located?

Usually at my house with my kids. But geographically, just outside of Toronto, Ontario.

What crime cases interest you?

I enjoy cases that aren’t predictable in nature. For a long time, I wanted to be an investigator and work with police. I know, I’m not the only person who has those feelings, especially when hosting a true crime podcast. However, some of the cases featured in Season 1 did shock me the first time I heard about them. I hadn’t figured them out.

Is it tough to record cases about kids?

It is, it really is. I am a mom of one at the moment, mom of two in about four weeks. It’s always tough when we record about kids because it’s such a sensitive subject and it really hits home.

What’s your background?

I have a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Masters in Communication and Psychology. I also have a slew of certificates and diplomas, but none of them lean towards crime.

What’s your favorite thing about being the host for True Crime Bulletin?

I love being able to tell the stories of victims.

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