The Minds of Madness podcast is set to release one of its most explosive investigations yet

The Minds of Madness Podcast - Who Killed Jennifer?
The Minds of Madness Podcast is set to release an investigative 4-part series into the cold case of Jennifer Lynn Shirm. A young mother found murdered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the 1980s.

Award-wining true crime podcast, The Minds of Madness, is set to begin 2024 with what promises to be one of the show’s most gripping series yet – Who Killed Jennifer?.

Who Killed Jennifer? is the culmination of a two-year independent investigation into the cold case murder of Jennifer Lynn Shirm nearly 40 years ago in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Hosted by Tyler Allen, the first episode is scheduled to be released on February 4, taking listeners back in time through Jennifer’s original homicide investigation.

The four-part series will then reveal explosive new information – the result of months spent scouring through hundreds of pages of police documents, and interview transcripts with witnesses and suspects.

A podcast investigation for Jennifer’s son

The Minds of Madness team says they were motivated to analyze this cold case to find answers for Jennifer Shirm’s son, Andres “Andy” Shirm.

Andy spent his entire childhood terrified of a man his family thought was responsible for his mother’s disappearance. Even the sight of the man’s photo is said to have triggered panic attacks.  

It wouldn’t be until decades later that he’d learn that the man he’d been afraid of, hadn’t been his mother’s murderer at all.

The series will see Andy Shrim break his silence in exclusive emotional interviews, as he looks for answers and justice for his mother.

Known in the music industry as SickTanicK, Andy’s musical journey is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit in the face of tragedy.

Over the years, police identified several suspects in Jennifer’s murder investigation – even making two arrests.

However, close to 40 years later, the question still remains, “Who killed Jennifer?”

In the 1980s, Jennifer was one of seven unsolved homicides in the area, all linked by a striking lack of evidence at the crime scenes, with one exception – Jennifer’s case.

The Minds of Madness is one of the world’s most popular true crime podcasts, with over 60 million downloads to date.

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