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True-crime podcast continues to explore Nebraska's 'Creighton Killer'
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True-crime podcast continues to explore Nebraska's 'Creighton Killer'

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"Late Edition Crime Beat Chronicles" features notable true-crime stories, as reported by journalists from Lee Enterprises publications across the country.

Season 2 heads to Omaha, Nebraska, where journalists from the Omaha World-Herald will tell the tale of two sets of brutal double-murders that took place five years apart and shocked the otherwise quiet neighborhoods where they occurred.

Investigators eventually found themselves on the trail of an unlikely suspect, whose arrest was followed by a bizarre and high-profile trial.

Episode 2, titled "Could it Be?," was written by Omaha World-Herald staff writer Henry Cordes, based on his reporting alongside fellow World-Herald journalist Todd Cooper, and was read by World-Herald Digital Director Z Long.

You can subscribe to "Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles" on AppleGoogleSpotify, or wherever podcasts can be found.

"Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles" is produced, and edited by Chris Lay, with tremendous thanks to Henry Cordes, Todd Cooper, Z Long and the rest of the team at the Omaha World-Herald for the work they put in covering, researching and recording the story.

"Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles," a product of Lee Enterprises, presents true-crime stories as told by journalists from regional newspapers around America.

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