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Two Topeka women launch their new business, True Crime Podcast Training

The Topeka Capital-Journal

Two Topeka natives have channeled their love of mystery into helping others research and write for crime podcasts. True Crime Podcast Training, created by Andrea Marshbank and Haley Gray, is an online learning course for those interested in working in the field of true crime podcasts. Combining their love for education and true crime, Marshbank and Gray provide curriculum for how to research and write for true crime podcasts. Read more.

Meet Haley Gray

Bold Journey

Haley, we’re thrilled to have you on our platform and we think there is so much folks can learn from you and your story. Something that matters deeply to us is living a life and leading a career filled with purpose and so let’s start by chatting about how you found your purpose.

I discovered my purpose through my involvement with families of cold cases. Witnessing their unwavering determination to seek justice for their loved ones deeply resonated with me, prompting me to reflect on how I could leverage my skills to make a meaningful impact. It became clear to me that I could channel my abilities to assist others in their pursuit of justice. Read more.

True-crime fans are banding together online to try to solve cases

The Economist

The genre is evolving. These days more content is devoted to open cases and wrongful convictions rather than solved crimes, notes Haley Gray, a researcher for several podcasts. The shift stems partly from a perception that the criminal-justice system is not functioning fairly, which #MeToo and the death of George Floyd intensified, says David Schmid of the University at Buffalo. The other reason is that such cases present a puzzle to solve. And who doesn’t like a puzzle? Read more.