Stories about murder and death are often hard to hear. They’re related to the human psyche’s dark, evil side where most people are left wondering how could such a thing even happen.
But as hard as they are to hear, people love listening to them. True crime and murder documentaries take in tremendous viewership.
Crime is inherently fascinating to people who don’t engage in it, which thankfully is the vast majority of civilization.
The modern-day podcasters are more akin to vital news outlets for new and developing murder stories than the news itself because they approach stories from an angle network TV can’t: the human, emotional side of both the victim’s past and the killer’s goals.
It’s well known that murderers tend to trend on certain psychological lines, such as narcissism, and often commit their terrible deeds for attention.
And there’s no better way to get attention than going on a podcast to talk about what you did as if you are the victim.
That’s what Matheau Moore allegedly did, as he discussed his wife’s disappearance on a nationally viewed podcast, which ended up pinning him as the prime suspect.
10 /10 Matheau And Emily
Matheau Moore and Emily Noble were an ordinary older couple in Westerville, Ohio.
Both were remarried from previous relationships and in their 50s, just trying to enjoy life. Unfortunately, one of their lives was cut short, and the other has been left to blame.
9 /10 Gone Overnight
Matheau and Emily went to celebrate her 52nd birthday on May 24th, 2020, together with a night on the town. On May 25th, 2020, Moore woke up to discover that Emily was missing.
She wasn’t in her bed or anywhere near the house and immediately called in a missing person’s report for her. Her wallet, keys, and phone were all still at home, indicating that she didn’t go willingly, and her car was still there too.