Listen to the Best Mystery Podcasts

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Are you fascinated by the unknown or the unbelievable? If so, curl up with some fun mystery material and stay in at your Radius at Turtle Creek Apartment home. Here are three mystery podcasts you don’t want to miss:


True to its name, Spines is a spine-tingling fictional drama about mysterious disappearances and secret organizations. It follows Wren, who two months ago, woke up suffering from memory loss. She had no idea where she was or how she got there. On her search for the truth, Wren encounters powerful people who may or may not be on her side. The podcast is known for its stellar writing and voice acting.


According to the Chicago Tribune, “Limetown heralds a renaissance in radio drama.” This fictional podcast tells the fascinating story of more than 300 men, women, and children who disappeared from a neuroscience facility in a small Tennessee town. There were no witnesses or clues left behind. Now public radio reporter, Lisa Haddock, is once again asking, “what happened to the people of Limetown?” When Limetown debuted in 2015, it became the country’s top podcast on iTunes less than two months later, and it’s one of the most popular mystery podcasts today. 

Empty Frames 

Based on true stories, season one of Empty Frames highlights the theft at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. It remains the world’s single largest property theft. In March 1990, two men walked into the museum dressed as police officers and stole thirteen paintings with a combined value of $500 million. Hosts Lance Reenstierna and Tim Pilleri examine the facts, theories, and the historical significance of the heist. The FBI continues to seek leads, and the museum is offering a $10 million reward for the recovery of the works in good condition. 

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