HBO poster of Last Stop Larrimah featuring an Australian outback with images of the key people involved in the documentary

Finished “Last Stop Larrimah?” Here Are 5 Crime Podcasts To Listen To Next

It’s the two-part true crime documentary that has catapulted to the top of the Netflix’s Most Watched list – and to the tip of everyone’s tongues. Last Stop Larrimah, the HBO series investigating the mysterious 2017 disappearance of Paddy Moriarty, gives viewers an all-access pass to Larrimah, a tiny outback town in the Northern Territory that was once a hub of activity.

Over time, the community dwindled to just 11 people. There’s no phone reception and no police station; there is, however, a pub, a pet crocodile and a pie shop famous – according to its eccentric owner – for its homemade camel pies. There is also enough gossip, feuds, grudges and accusations for a town 10 times its size.

All of these stories bubble up in Last Stop Larrimah: Murder Down Under, which attempts find out exactly what happened to Moriarty, who was last seen leaving the pub on December 16, 2017.

Don’t worry, there are no spoilers here; this is a series absolutely worth the watch. When you’re done, though, here are some crime podcasts like Last Stop Larrimah we’ve got available for you to listen to next.

Crime Insiders: Detectives – The Case of Digger Bill

A missing persons report is made every 18 minutes in Australia, and more than 2,600 people are currently missing.

In this episode, Val Smith, a 35-year veteran of Victoria Police and an expert in the field of elusive field of missing persons, reveals the set of rules he created while in the force; engagement techniques that should be used if your loved one is lost or unaccounted for.

Unpack it all with host Brent Sanders, as he talks to Val about his extensive career and those crucial steps to potentially save someone from going missing.

BBC Fairy Meadow

Three-year-old Cheryl Grimmer disappeared without a trace from Fairy Meadow beach in 1970. The story rocked Australia to its core, and is covered in this eight-part series from the BBC, Fairy Meadow.

50 years on, can the mystery be solved?

Crime Insiders: Detectives – Investigating the Fairy Meadow Cold Case

Once you’ve heard the full story, hear from Frank Sanvitale and Damian Loone, the two investigators who dedicated themselves to working the Grimmer case. They talk about the lingering affects of watching someone you truly believe is guilty slip through the cracks because of loopholes and poor police processes. 

(If you would like to keep up to date on more information on this case, Cheryl’s family have created the following Facebook group:

Cold: The Search for Sheree

Now in its third season, Cold is a narrative podcast series focused on missing persons cases. This season sees investigative journalist and host Dave Cawley follow two suspects in the 1985 disappearance of Sheree Warren, while examining the dangerous escalation of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

You can listen on the LiSTNR app, or by clicking here to listen now.

You Don’t Know Me

The gripping fiction crime podcast follows Noah Caruso, who returns from Thailand to help with the family restaurant and gets sucked into the drama surrounding the inquest of his brother Tom’s missing ex-girlfriend, Lizzie Burdett. Last seen eight years ago, Lizzie has become the subject of a True Crime podcast, which is focusing on the Caruso’s involvement in the disappearance.

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