The Missing Children Of Atlanta

In the late '70s and early '80s, television networks would broadcast "It's 10 pm. Do you know where your children are?" There's a reason why.

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Tragic and Disturbing Cases of Child Abuse
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Tragic and Disturbing Cases of Child Abuse

These disturbing cases of child abuse resulted in the parents going to prison. Florida mother Shauna Dee Taylor, will spend more than a decade behind bars after poisoning her baby. Stephen Bodine of Wichita, Kansas was found guilty of horrific abuse and murder of 3-year-old Evan Brewer. The infant son of Robert James Burnette and Megan Hendricks died at 9 weeks old.

The 1980 disappearance of Darron Glass from his foster home caused a media circus. What’s more disturbing: he was one of over two dozen young black children who were never seen alive again. Eventually, a suspect was arrested, tried and convicted, but the mystery was far from solved. The podcast looks at whether Wayne Williams, an intelligent freelance photographer who is still in prison, is guilty or innocent. In “Atlanta Monster,” the producers of “HowStuffWorks” and “Up and Vanished” expose the hidden truths behind one of Atlanta’s darkest secrets. Payne Lindsey of “Up and Vanished” fame also hosts “Atlanta Monster,” his signature probing questions and friendly voice along for the ride.

Podcast Pick will feature a few of our favorite and fresh true crime podcasts. This is the first. Listen to a trailer of Atlanta Monster now. 

(Photo: Courtesy Tenderfoot TV and HowStuffWorks)

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