In 1967, one man in New Mexico sought justice in the most unlikely way, turning him into a fugitive. Some called him a bandit, others a hero.
Producer: Nancy Lopez
Glynn would fall off a mountain to please his sensei, but he can’t stay awake in class.
Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller
Imagine waking up and knowing only one thing about your life: your twin brother.
Producer: Davey Kim
Sound Design: Davey Kim and Renzo Gorrio
Find out more from Alex and Marcus Lewis's book "Tell Me Who I Am."
Charles Farrell knew everything there was to know about the sport of boxing, but he still had a lot to learn about the business.
Farrell is a musician, a former boxing manager and, most recently, a writer from Massachusetts.
For more on why he fixed fights, and for more great boxing stories, check out his on his article in Deadpsin Magazine.
Producer: Joe Rosenberg
Leigh Sprague is a lawyer in Moscow working for an oligarch billionaire. He figures he can hold himself above his peers, make some money, and get out. Leigh soon finds out that there is no honor among thieves.
Learn more about Leigh at www.leighsprague.com.
Producer: Julia DeWitt and Mark Ristich
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto
Just because Keith Ford was homeless, didn’t mean he wasn’t popular with the ladies.
This is story was adapted from Kaitlin Prest’s show Audio Smut, which takes a refreshingly unflinching look at matters of sex and sexuality. You can listen to episodes on their website or subscribe to their podcast on iTunes.
Producer: Kaitlin Prest
Co-Producer: Joe Rosenberg
Sound Design: Davey Kim