Reverie True Crime
Reverie means to daydream but sometimes when we zone out, intrusive thoughts can creep in. We might start to think about our anxieties and worst fears. Sometimes we get caught up in obscure thoughts about disturbing events occurring, or that have occurred, in the world. As humans, we can naturally become curious about these horrible happenings in life. Paige narrates stories of crimes, sits down and talks with victims' loved ones, chats with other podcasters, survivors, and occasionally tells haunting, creepy stories. She is passionate about all aspects of these true stories. Shedding light on the dark, terrifying things that have happened, and still happen in the world, is very important to her.Paige hopes that through these stories she can bring awareness to injustices, important issues, evil deeds that have taken place, and the scary reveries around us that hide in plain sight.You can email case suggestions and even your personal paranormal/strange and/or crime related stories to ReverieTrueCrime@gmail.com
Best Reverie True Crime Episodes
David was 16-years-old and the outcast of his Catholic family. He had depression that was getting progressively worse. For six months he said he was going to kill his parents. Nobody took him seriously. After one, seemingly small, argument with his father about the music David was listening to…he totally snapped.
Catch up on the latest episode this weekend! 🖤🎧
This case from 2003 is BANANAS and comes out of beautiful New Zealand. The absolute madness inside this man is horrifying. Hopefully, some of you will give it a listen!
Hello everyone. I’m working on a series that I am doing an extreme deep dive on with the help of the victim’s sister. Please help by listening and sharing her story. Part two comes out tonight at midnight and part three will be on Thursday. There will probably be five parts at the least. Thank you so much! Any help is appreciated. XO