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    These 10 Unsolved Cases Were Reopened Because Of True Crime Podcasts And Their Supporters

    There's apparently some at-home Sherlock Holmeses out here bringing some justice to the world.

    True-crime podcasts have always garnered attention from fans. The tragic cases have made determined at-home private eyes help try and solve the crime. It's by meticulous investigating and sheer determination from not only the investigative parties taking a crack at an unsolved case but the audience they share it with who communally help with their own perspective and fresh takes.

    1. Your Own Backyard

    The cover art for the podcast with the title Your own backyard the disappearance  of Kristin Smart
    A missing sign for Kristin Smart as students are walking by

    2. The Teacher's Pet

    The cover art for the podcast The Teachers Pet with an image of a yong Lyn Dawson in her wedding dress

    3. Missing Alissa

    Cover art for the podcast with the title Missing Alissa and a silhouette of a girl in the middle of a desert

    4. Up and Vanished

    Cover art for the podcast with the title Up and Vanished and a silhouette of Tara Grinstead with a mosaic of photos related to her case in the silhouette

    5. Hell and Gone

    The cover art for Hell and Gone with the title in the center

    6. Proof.

    The cover art for the podcast titled Proof with the letters highlighted

    7. Serial

    Adnan Syed surrounded by reporters after being released from prison

    8. Death in Ice Valley

    The cover art for the podcast with an ice valley and a silhouette of a womans face in the center

    9. In the Dark

    The cover art for the podcast with a grassy field and one singular bare tree with the title In the Dark on the right

    10. Truth and Justice

    Cover Art for the podcast Truth and Justice with Bob Ruff as the host Bob is in the front with his tattooed arms crossed

    Do you have a favorite true-crime podcast? Let us know in the comments below.