Park Predators podcast

Park Predators

5 star

In the dead of winter 1977 a suspected serial killer moonlighting as a military police officer abducts four teenagers who were out on a double date in the heart of the Ozarks. Johnny Lee Thornton's diabolical mind and dark deeds are revealed when the snow melts and the facade of his seemingly normal personality disintegrates. The question still lingering to this day is, did this predator have more victims in the Ozarks? Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Park Predators Podcast Comments

What do you think about Park Predators podcast? Ask the community a question about Park Predators!

Please wait! Park Predators podcast comments loading...

Park Predators Podcast Reviews

Can’t keep upTalks too fast ☹️.Score: 2/5

Could be betterLike the stories, nice voice but talks waayyyy too fast for a true crime podcast. No time to really engage with the story and feels like the host is racing to finish a script.Score: 3/5

Great stories!Host is very easy to listen to, looking forward to more stories!.Score: 4/5

V goodAn excellent podcast, very well narrated and very interesting stories. Let’s hope we have more episodes..Score: 5/5

Fab!Heard about this podcast through crime junkie and I love it! Give us more ! :).Score: 5/5

Bit dullInteresting stories but boring delivery - just a script being read off a page as though reading the news. No engagement with listener. Shame..Score: 3/5

Gr8t! 👏I LOVE Delia’s voice - it is just so calming! I have loved loved loved this podcast - it’s something totally different to the podcasts I normally listen to (which are great too)!.Score: 5/5

Just a little bit ... dullI am a huge Crime Junkie fan (and take an interest in true crime in general) but I’m afraid I just found the stories and the storytelling itself quite dull. I have listened to 3 episodes and given it a shot but don’t think I’ll be continuing..Score: 2/5

Captivating storytelling!I just started listening to this podcast but I’m loving it already. The narration is fantastic and she’s got a lovely voice to listen to! It’s going on my top list of true crime podcasts..Score: 5/5

DisappointedUnfortunately she talks too fast and sounds like a robot. Theres no connection there..Score: 3/5

GreatLovely soothing voice and so informative.Score: 5/5

I enjoyed the first episode but the second was disjointed and felt a bit emptyI was excited to listen to this series as I’m a long-time fan of Crime Junkie. I enjoyed the first episode about Gary Hilton as the storytelling was interesting, detailed and well-structured. However, the second episode felt very messy, there were no ‘hooks’ or gripping details and it felt like it skipped around all over the place. I came away not actually 100% sure what happened to Fred or how he died? I’ll probably listen to the next episode of Park Predators to give it one more chance, but I have not been blown away or very impressed by it so far..Score: 3/5

Well researched and great hostReally enjoying season 2, content is great and the narration is fantastic..Score: 5/5

Really enjoyedI really enjoyed Delia as the host and hope there are more episodes in the future..Score: 5/5

Yes to more Delia on audiochuckDelia is finally growing on me - the bonus episode was perfectly written! 🙌🏾.Score: 5/5

Struggling for content?No problems with the host; I’ve listened to another of her podcasts and it was well-researched and interesting (albeit hardly ground-breaking). However, if you’re announcing the release of an 11-part podcast series it’s probably worth first checking that you have the content to fill more than 2 episodes before resorting to dull, straightforward stories or tales that have literally nothing to do with predators in parks, as the name suggests. My advice: listen to the first two episodes, forget the rest..Score: 1/5

Talks to fast and terrible script writingPresenter does little for the listener, talks fast, no feeling for the story and whoever wrote the scripts....Score: 1/5

Great voice, great facts well toldReally love this podcast. The voice of the podcaster is soothing. The stories are really interesting and the whole thing is polished..Score: 5/5

More back stories order for the listener to invest more in the stories covered. Quite dry and lacking in atmosphere. Huge details skipped over eg. the 3 days in the caravan..Score: 3/5

Journalism at its best!Really well researched and interesting cases. Delia presents them in a respectful newsy style without being too gushy. I also prefer the new case each time format to the multi-part podcasts although would be great if they were each a little longer. Great job, hope Delia is able to continue these or similar long term..Score: 5/5

Free International Money Transfer 💸Enjoy high maximum transfers into more than 20 currencies while saving up to 90% over local banks! The cheap, fast way to send money abroad. Free transfer up to 500 USD!AdvertorialScore: 5/5

Payoneer 💰Payoneer is an online payment platform that lets you transfer money from any corner of the world! A best and must have payment service for every blogger, traveler, freelancer, affiliate marketer, consultant, virtual assistant, business person, online sellers, and receivers. Earn $25 for free by joining Payoneer. Sign Up Now!AdvertorialScore: 5/5

Re: The WatcherDelia, 56 is not “elderly”. That is ageism that Jesus would not condone..Score: 3/5

My real issue with this podcast.I actually like the host and the style of this podcast. I enjoy a straight forward story telling and I don’t mind that at all. My issue is the producer. Ashley Flowers. She has consistently plagiarized other podcasts, journalists and even television shows (specifically on Crime Junkie), and I absolutely cannot support someone like that. So while I did enjoy this podcast, I do not recommend supporting someone who steals other people’s work, (word for word!) and doesn’t cite their sources and give credit where it’s due, while profiting and gaining popularity for what’s not yours..Score: 1/5

OKThe podcast isn’t too bad - but I absolutely can’t stand the sound effects. Random dog whining sounds, sirens, telephone ringing, footsteps. I find it annoying and unnecessary. Her story presentation is good..Score: 3/5

Hands down my favorite podcastI listen to a lot of podcast when i work and drive this one and anatomy of murder are by far the best! Also the intro with that whistle is so chilling but so beautiful really sets the mood.Score: 5/5

Good research and storiesGood info and stories are well-researched and to the point. I wish there weren’t so many unnecessary sound effects. I don’t need to hear doors opening and closing… Also, the narrator seems sooo serious and dramatic. I wish there was a more relaxing vibe. This feels like a narration of Dateline NBC..Score: 4/5

Park PredatorsI can’t believe I waited so long.. NOW THERE ARE NOT ENOUGH EPISODES. Delia D’Ambra does such AMAZING WORK with her detailed information about every case. She doesn’t talk about irrelevant stuff, everything is pieced together so well anytime I hear her I can picture every detail of the case as she describes it! THANK YOU FOR ONE OF THE BEST PODCASTS THAT I’VE HEARD. I hope you do more!!! Load me up!!.Score: 5/5

Incredibly boringSleepy narration… I couldn’t do counterclock for the same reason.Score: 1/5

I’m obsessed!I absolutely LOVE this podcast, the narrator is amazing and keeps you glued to the story, it’s torture having to wait a whole week for the next episode!.Score: 5/5

Great Podcast!This is a definitely a must listen if you’re like me and you can’t stop watching shows like Forensic Files and the First 48 or binge listening to Crime Junkie, Counter Clock, etc.! These stories are addicting and definitely keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the whole episode and always wanting more afterwards. SPOILER ALERT: I wasn’t sure where else I could post this comment since I’m not aware of any community pages, forums, or any other online space to discuss episodes of Park Predators (unless there’s a Reddit page or something I haven’t come across yet)… But anyways, I wanted to make a comment regarding the episode of Season 2 called “the Housewives” and how after Chester admitted to the crimes and showed police where and how the killings happened there were some people who believed the police had just coerced the confession from Chester even though he was not truly the person responsible. But other believed that he had intimate knowledge of the murders that only someone responsible for the killings could have known as the details were not made public knowledge before the confession. However, at the end of the episode Delia notes that throughout the original investigation and search for the three women back in 1960, the police and other agencies on the case would hold meetings every morning inside the lodge at the park where they would go over findings, come up with theories and generally discuss the case inside and out before everyone would set off to perform their respective duties. And at this time the staff member who would often bring the officers and detectives, etc. their tea and food was none other than Chester himself, which made me think: maybe Chester really was psychologically “pushed” into admitting guilt by the detectives who interrogated him and maybe the only reason he had deep knowledge of the crimes was simply because he would overheat everything officers were discussing each morning during their daily meetings and debriefings inside the park lodge where he worked and served them….? I honestly believe that Chester did have something to do with the crimes, but I do not believe that he was acting alone. When you listen to how he explains the way he carried out the murders some of the events he tells do not sound completely plausible (ie how he mentions that he bludgeoned the 3 women to death right there by/inside the save when they attempted to fight back; however, detectives never found the large amount of blood that would HAVE to be present in the area where they were murdered considering each woman was beaten over the head with a large frozen tree branch at 100 times each! There would be no way that the cave would not be flooded with blood if the murders had truly occurred where their bodies were found, which led me to believe that Chester was not accurate in that aspect of his reenactment, along with other minor details too). I’m not sure if anyone will see this comment, but if you do and you’ve listened to the episode I’m referring to, please write a review yourself and I’ll check them periodically to look for replies..Score: 4/5

Great podcastWell done, great stories. Makes me afraid to go camping. This and blue collar hour podcast are my favorites!!!.Score: 5/5

Good jobOne of my fav podcasts. She does a great job..Score: 5/5

Please stop the sound effects!I love how this show brings light to lesser known cases but please stop the sound effects! The police sirens while I’m driving always scare me and the crunching of footsteps is unnecessary..Score: 3/5

Whistle IS SO ANNOYINGLove the podcast.. but that freaking whistle has to go. To be clear, Podcast = 5 Stars. Whistle = Solid -3 stars. Ugh.Score: 3/5

So good ♥️Everything about this is brilliant!! Absolutely love this podcast!!.Score: 5/5

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this podcastGreat music, great storytelling. The best podcast of Delia D’Ambra’s. PS Delia, Jeff Pelley is still guilty..Score: 5/5

Too opinionatedI can’t follow the stories because they go off topic too much with their opinions. It’s like listening to an 8 year old with ADD..Score: 1/5

Good voice, stories are MehCould be better. Just so-so. Do better..Score: 3/5

Awesome work!Interesting listen..Score: 4/5

Interesting, but…The host has a knack for telling a mesmerizing story for several minutes straight, and then right when I’m starting to get immersed, she ruins it by interjecting an awkward, off-hand remark that has nothing to do with the journalistic narrative. Namely, her own random personal criticisms of persons in the account. Just the facts, ma’am, please..Score: 4/5

Research could use some polishingI love the concept of this podcast but I feel like it could be a little more well researched... I live in the area of Grant Teton National Park and found myself mentally fact-checking a lot of information that was included in that episode. I felt a lot of details weren’t very accurate..Score: 2/5

Professional qualityHigh quality pod. You can tell it’s very well written, narrated and produced. Similar to Crime Junkie as Ashley Flowers is one of its writers and producers. Park Predators is, however, free of the the excessive use of the words “literally” and “like” and general valley girl vibes inherent to Crime Junkie. Definitely recommend 👍.Score: 5/5

IrresponsibleI was really looking forward to listening to this podcast because I enjoy crime and missing people stories involving federal and state parks. What absolutely ruins this podcast for me is the host interjecting with their hunches on cases. These are stories about people who have disappeared or been murdered and they deserve to be presented as accurately as possible. Inserting these types of thoughts is just irresponsible, particularly in the latest episode “The Student.” She calls the teacher’s behavior of moving far away, not just to some neighboring town, as suspicious before going on to say the man was traumatized! What about this is suspicious and what gives her the authority to say so? Either respect your subjects or label this as a speculative podcast and not true crime. Tying the investigative journalist label to this only makes it worse because it gives what she says an air of authority that it neither deserves or belongs. Hunches are not facts. -A disappointed fellow journalist.Score: 1/5

Good podcastEnjoy the podcast! Just as a heads up for the starved rock episode “Illini” is pronounced ill-lye-nigh..Score: 5/5

Great Show!I wish this lady did another podcast or two. I'd definitely listen..Score: 5/5

ReviewLove this podcast!.Score: 5/5

I want to love it but just can’tThe narrator is boring and reads through the script like she is just ready to be finished and go home. The grammar is terrible, and she mispronounces simple words. It’s just too bland. Update: I listened to the episode about the Mojave desert and the narrator says that the temperature has been recorded at 201 degrees in “a creek bed”. That is completely false information. Where are these people getting their facts?! Also the narrator continues to mispronounce names and words through each podcast. This time she said “Edward Air Force Base”. It’s “Edwards” with an “s” at the end!!! Update: tried listening again, and now the narrator is pronouncing Point Reyes as “Point Rays”. Omg just Google how to pronounce places before recording!! It’s so infuriating that I can’t listen..Score: 1/5

One of my favoritesPark predators is definitely one of my favorite podcasts. I straight up, screamed with excitement when I heard the one in Marquette Michigan! I’ve been to the park, Marquette’s one of the biggest towns closest to where I live (2 hours away). And I had heard the story, but never like this. Very educating and interesting listen!.Score: 5/5

Johnny needs a brain scan.With all we know today about head injuries, I am surprised that no one has done a brsin scan of this man.That’s Johnny Lee Thornton.Score: 5/5

Like it!Good podcast. Did not disappoint.Score: 5/5

Love Delia She’s and Excellent Investigative JournalistOne of the absolute best out there. She leaves no stone unturned and delivers the story so clear and concise. It really holds my attention..Score: 5/5

Not enough contentEpisodes and show are so good I find myself constantly checking in for more stories. Unfortunately, they do not come in fast enough!.Score: 5/5

Can’t get enough!I absolutely love this podcast & I LOVE the sound effects. Perfectly told stories!.Score: 5/5

OkayThe podcast is okay. Tries a little too hard to sensationalize stories that are inherently tragic. Definitely needs to drop the ads from a racist right wing coffee company, though..Score: 2/5

Great podcast! (Can do without the sound effects though)I love this podcast, she does a great job researching and telling the story!! My only complaint is the sound effects. I listen to podcasts on my commute to work, as I’m sure many people do, and the sirens sound effect really throw me off. But overall, it’s a very well done podcast!.Score: 4/5

CommercialsTo many advertisements.Score: 1/5

Sponsored by black rifle coffeeHave some integrity..Score: 3/5

Sound effectsI truly despise the sound effects in the podcast. We don’t need it we just need the host to tell the story. outside of that I enjoy the podcast it will play stop listening due to the stupid sound effects don’t need to hear phone ringing in the back because he say someone called our footsteps because he say they’re walking in the snow it’s just stupid.Score: 3/5

Don’t Miss an EpisodeI am intrigued by crime stories and I love the beautiful outdoor spaces and in the place where these two collide… we have Park Predators..Score: 5/5

Love the show, but…These are legitimately scary true stories and now I’m thinking twice about long solo hikes or camping in the woods. Ready to buy some pepper spray, I think..Score: 5/5

Crazy Interesting KillersThis is in my top two favorite podcasts. Great delivery of these stories. I could binge this all day, I wish this came out twice a week not just once..Score: 5/5

Not goodNot sure what it is with this one, could be the writing, but it just doesn’t hold my attention. Seems a bit meandering and diluted..Score: 2/5

I used to like this, now, not so muchMy experience listening to this podcast was once enjoyable. But I am not a fan of big business, and I do not want my podcasting time to be littered with Wells Fargo, CVS, and Walmart ads. No, Thank you! Sorry, Delia and Ashley, I know you have created a great network. But, I cannot get past these new ad slots. There are so many. And they are so disrupting. And if I wanted to listen to those types of ads, I could watch commercial TV or radio. So hate to say it, but, Sayonara!.Score: 1/5

Love this podcastAudio chuck does it again 🙌.Score: 5/5

Strange InaccuraciesAfter reading some other reviews, I know I’m not the only one. Seems like there are a lot of easily fact-checked inaccuracies about things like setting, geography, adjectives, etc to describe people/places. The one that got me was a clearly misinformed reporting on a mental health diagnosis. Something must have gotten lost along the way because dissociative identity disorder and borderline personality disorder have NOTHING to do with one another. Both are very misunderstood diagnoses and getting them wrong is offensively ignorant (especially when doing ads for online therapy multiple times during the same episode). It’s not hard to look them up & double check. It would be obvious the information was incorrect if that had been done..Score: 2/5

Really interestingI love to listen to podcast and this one doesn’t disappoint. Not gruesome but just factual..Score: 5/5

Good well spokeI enjoy murder stories in 3 person my dad is a crime seine investigator. And me and him enjoy debating what we thin about these cases..Score: 5/5

Not engagingI tried, but I found myself zoning out often. It feels like the host is just reading though a script very quickly with little personality. I also found some discrepancies with case info. I only just subscribed today while trying to find interesting stories/good story tellers. I went back to earlier episodes and was surprised that I enjoyed it more. The recent ones seems like regression just a bit. A more relaxed delivery and better research would be helpful I think. Best wishes..Score: 2/5

Just a little disappointedI normally love this podcast but in the most recent episode, the officer, there is a talk about borderline personality disorder (bpd) and dissociative identity disorder (did). I personally felt just a little misunderstood. It was good until the end of the conversation when I heard “he was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, known today as dissociative identity disorder” … it’s better known now after a little more research that dissociative identity disorder comes from bpd but it’s not exactly the same. You can have bpd and not have dissociative identity disorder. I’ve never caught any other type of misinformation before, the podcasts are narrated so well and my husband loves the western whistle at the beginning (he’s a desert boy). In my opinion there could definitely be a little more research put into mental health and mental disorders, before spreading misinformation..Score: 3/5

Very scripted but good content!I normally don’t like podcasts that sound very scripted but the content of this podcast is amazing I’m able to look past it. It’s such a unique and well thought out podcast!.Score: 4/5

Pretty goodThis is a good filler show, when you’re waiting for your fave podcasts’ next episode to drop. A lot of times I’m scratching my head at word choices (“it’s almost like” and then insert the thing that it actually is) or conclusions drawn by the host (sometimes blindingly obvious, sometimes very naive). Overall it’s a decent show that could be vastly improved by a good copy editor..Score: 3/5

Performanece Lab 🎯Performance Lab ® CORE Formulas support all aspects of human performance, across all walks of life. Boosts work performance and productivity with nootropics for focus, multitasking under stress, creative problem-solving and more. Buy Now!AdvertorialScore: 5/5

I’m hooked! I could listen to Delia all day!Delia has such a beautiful podcasters voice and I could listen to her all day! I love an interesting true crime story which is exactly what this podcast provides. Looking forward to hearing more episodes!.Score: 5/5

Great story tellingI’m loving your new Park Predators podcast, very interesting and creepy stories, thanks so much!! Only criticism is the annoying background music & sounds effects, I turn around to see what it is... while I’m out walking 😂 Keep up the great work!!.Score: 5/5

Too fastGood lord she talks fast. Hard to keep up with the story when she’s talking so fast.Score: 3/5

Great podcastCan’t wait for next week’s episode!.Score: 5/5

Interesting!Although agreed, the podcaster speaks way too fast! I tried to slow it down but it was distorted..Score: 3/5

Love it!Great podcast, interesting choices of cases to cover and told in a really engaging way :).Score: 5/5

FantasticLove them, keep it coming.Score: 5/5

Great, but too fast.Loving the podcast so far - great storytelling, told in a respectful way. The only issue is the the host speaks way too fast! Makes me feel a little breathless listening to it, and it’s a little difficult to process the details properly..Score: 4/5

Well researched and interestingDelia is such a wonderful reporter. You can tell she’s done her research and tells an interesting overview of the facts..Score: 5/5

Sooooo good!I’ve been binge listening and leant wait for the next episode!! I was hooked from the first episode. Love the way this is narrated..Score: 5/5

Can you do a you next one on John bruZ barilaroHe is stooge.Score: 5/5

Top storiesLove a break from the overproduced slick stuff. Interesting cases and great presentation.Score: 5/5

Slow down!Narrator is talking WAY too fast!.Score: 4/5

Rushed and distracting background noiseGreat stories but Delia speaks way to fast, it feels very rushed. Also, I am hard of hearing, so the background noise is really distracting and I’ve had to stop listening because of that..Score: 3/5

Perfect for true crime fans on a road tripAn interesting take on the true crime genre with the national park theme..Score: 5/5

10/10Another great podcast from audiochuck 😍.Score: 5/5

Park PredatorsLove it. The podcaster has a great storytelling voice with lots of emotion. Though she does speak very fast. Keep it up. Karen. Sydney, Australia.Score: 5/5

This programme is excellent!These cases are extremely well presented and researched. There is no hyperbole or extraneous commentary- which is so refreshing. Keep up the excellent work..Score: 5/5

Too FastContent seems good so far, but narrator is talking way too fast which is offputting..Score: 4/5

Is that all folks?Hello........Score: 2/5

Enjoyable but would benefit from episode warningsFor instance, the episode where there was violence against an animal. Please consider warnings adding warnings for episodes with violence against animals and children..Score: 4/5

Take a breathI really like this podcast but narrator talks SO fast, sometimes the gravity of a piece of information/part of the story is lost..Score: 4/5

Too fastI really enjoy this podcast but the latest episode is spoken so quickly it’s very difficult to follow.Score: 3/5

LackingIt feels like the presenter is just talking at the listener, and the information provided is nothing that cannot be found easily by any member of the public. There are also some strange conversational comments offered by the presenter which come off as unprofessional. Also, some episodes have only been loosely linked to parks, so I think the overall concept is slightly weak. Actual excerpts of audio or news stories or interviews would make this more robust..Score: 2/5

Cant get enoughThe only negative thing that i can say about this podcast is that its so good that at the end of the episode each week I’m left feeling sad that I have to wait a whole week to hear another. Really great podcast with a unique spin of talking about crimes that occurred in national parks..Score: 5/5

It’s great but narrative needs to slow down a bitI love this new podcast but I feel like the narrator needs to slow down a little it’s hard to understand and process information.Score: 4/5

Coursera 💡Start your future on coursera today! Build skills with courses, certificates, and degrees online from world-class universities and companies. Join for Free!AdvertorialScore: 5/5

OhShizBallsSsppirit CrimeJunkies , Morbid, TrueCrime Obsessed, Park Predators … just to name a few.Score: 5/5

TheKittensMeowMel72609 Have you listened to this one? Wondering if it's worth listening .Score: 5/5

MiltonZ3rdKgskins26 Rio_Robinson91 Rio supports the sex predators up in redskins park he should be ashamed of himself. Sen… .Score: 5/5

ArvadaOutlawsScrimmage Mountain Predators Thursday, 8/5 from 6:15-8pm at Evergreen HS. 29300 Buffalo Park Rd, Evergreen, CO. P… .Score: 5/5

SpmcclintockArnBjornss Are there any big predators on Iceland? You park in Yellowstone, we have bears. Canada has moose that g… .Score: 5/5

DanlykeI mean, I like this, but are we talking about for eventual re-release into the wild where we'll be susceptible to p… .Score: 5/5

StevenRJ1993Babybeginner NinaL14 MaelJade_ PennyRed arthur_affect No park should ever be dark at night, even if its locked… .Score: 5/5

Ainsleymadisson____megtherese true north true crime big mad true crime counterclock park predators crime junkie the office ladies.Score: 5/5

Kwing03_dawnnmarie chris_notcapn Park Predators.Score: 5/5

MotownDR _dawnnmarie: chris_notcapn “Morbid” “The Dating Game Killer” “Serial Killers” “Casefile” “Man in the Window” “Medical Murders” “Park P….Score: 5/5

AirBNB 🎁Get $64 off on your first stay at travels. Claim your $64 Airbnb free credit by clicking here!AdvertorialScore: 5/5

Park Predators Podcast Episodes

The Officer

In the dead of winter 1977 a suspected serial killer moonlighting as a military police officer abducts four teenagers who were out on a double date in the heart of the Ozarks. Johnny Lee Thornton's diabolical mind and dark deeds are revealed when the snow melts and the facade of his seemingly normal personality disintegrates. The question still lingering to this day is, did this predator have more victims in the Ozarks? Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Watcher

For days in the summer of 1982 a predator stalked a family at their campsite in British Columbia, then made his move. The trail of death and destruction David William Shearing left behind is remembered by all who visit Canada's Wells Gray Provincial Park. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Student

At the start of the school year in 1976, 16-year-old Trenny Lynn Gibson disappeared while on a school field trip in Great Smoky Mountains National Park near Clingmans Dome. Did she fall? Was she abducted? The only witness to the awful mystery is the Appalachia itself. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Travelers

Young lovers, Chynna Deese and Lucas Fowler set out to visit as many national parks in Canada as they could in the summer of 2019. They didn’t make it far before diabolical predators stopped them in their tracks on Alaska Highway 97. Their murders were just the beginning of a homicidal rampage that would leave five people dead and authorities wondering what was really going on in the mind of two troubled teenage boys. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Cave

A Labor Day family camping trip in Southwest Oregon launches one of the largest search and rescue operations in the country after the Cowden family fails to show up for a scheduled holiday weekend dinner. Months into the investigation, police uncover a massacre hidden in a cave and a prime suspect emerges but to this day authorities are no closer to catching a suspect still at large. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Pack

In 2015, a Canadian tourist and California therapist are slain inside parks surrounding San Francisco, California just a few days apart. The hunt for their murderers leads authorities on a wild chase that reveals a single predator isn't behind the killings, but rather, a trio of young people holds the key. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Housewives

In 1960, three housewives from Chicago never make it out of Starved Rock State Park alive and police in Illinois quickly realize a piece of nature itself is the murder weapon. The investigation zeros in on a predator who was hiding in plain sight. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Isle

On October 1, 1988 two people entered Presque Isle Park and only one came out alive. The question of who killed Paul Girard on a sacred Native American chief's grave may soon be answered. The key to solve the 33-year-old cold case may be buried in Lake Superior or it might be with scientists in Michigan. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

The Local

A Tennessee man who knew the Great Smoky Mountains National Park like the back of his hand disappears into the forestland that surrounds his 100-acre property. The only clue left behind is an idle ATV, indicating he stumbled upon something sinister and never saw the light of day again. Sources for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Easy Hits

Park Predators Similar Podcasts

Full Body Chills podcast
Full Body Chillsaudiochuck18 November 2020Fiction23 EpisodesFREE
O.C. Swingers podcast
O.C. Swingersaudiochuck19 April 2021True Crime11 EpisodesFREE
Anatomy of Murder podcast
Anatomy of Murderaudiochuck12 May 2021True Crime45 EpisodesFREE
CounterClock podcast
CounterClockaudiochuck10 June 2021True Crime52 EpisodesFREE
Crime Junkie podcast
Crime Junkieaudiochuck19 April 2021True Crime208 EpisodesFREE
It's a Wonderful Lie podcast
It's a Wonderful Lieaudiochuck24 December 2020Comedy13 EpisodesFREE
Hide Your Identity!
Brain Force
Free Website Traffic
Faster Hosting
You were invited to try Coinbase!Coinbase is the world's most trusted place to buy and sell cryptocurrency. Open an account today, and if you buy or sell $100 or more of crypto, you'll receive $10 worth of free Bitcoin!