Friday, August 26, 2022

Friday Five - Five of My Favorite True Crime YouTube Channels

I'm taking a bit of a break from my usual Friday Linkups to try something a little different.  I'm in a list making kind of mood so I thought I'd start making random five lists.  Sometimes they'll be bookish other weeks not so much.  While I don't read much true crime I love watching true crime and lately I've really been enjoying these true crime channels on YouTube.

1.  That Chapter - I love this channel!  Mike comes off as such a sweet guy and has a great sense of humor.  I think he does a good job of adding humor without coming off as disrespectful.  I really like that he covers cases from all over the world and he has a fantastic Irish accent.

2.  Georgia Marie - Georgia Marie covers a wide variety of cases and historical issues with lots of empathy and detailed research.  Occasionally she also posts bookish videos which I also enjoy.

3.  Danielle Kirsty - Danielle is one of the makeup and murder YouTubers and it's always amazing to see the looks she creates.  She also covers a wide variety of international cases and has a podcast as well.  

4.  Danelle Hallan - Danelle does a lot of videos on ongoing cases or cold cases with a focus on trying to raise awareness about an injustice or a missing person.  She also just did a series on cases that resulted in laws changing - like the case that created the Amber Alert.  

5.  Gabulosis - Gabby focuses on vintage crimes that are 20+ years old.  She covers solved, unsolved, and Doe cases and is absolutely fascinating.

Do you enjoy true crime?


  1. I think the closest I've ever come to watching true crime is Unsolved Mysteries, or is that considered true crime? I would still watch something like it if I had cable again. I don't know if Hulu has anything like that or not. 🤔

  2. I haven't tried any true crime on YouTube, but I do watch shows and documentaries about true crimes. I like fiction based on them too,

  3. I don't read much true crime but I will watch movies and documentaries when I see something that interests me.

  4. Nice list. I might try one of these!

  5. This list is getting printed off and I am checking each and every one you mentioned! When we had access to TV feed we liked this show (It's so old and probably not on anymore) called Unsolved Mysteries hosted by Robert Stack.

  6. No not for me, but love an Irish accent of course. Enough crime on the news for me, well too much.