Welcome To Crimesider
Dear True-Crime Fans,
As we launch our new site, we wanted to take a moment to welcome you to have a look around, read a few stories, and stay a while. The Crimesider team has been working behind the scenes for months to build what we hope is the ultimate blog for true-crime fans. Based on the best instincts of 48 Hours Mystery, our producers pursue the top crime stories of the day. In addition, we will bring you unbelievable stories of pain and courage from 911 calls desperate for help and on-camera police interrogations. Add a touch of humor from the world's dumbest criminals and riveting caught-on-tape footage and we believe we have a great mix for you.
Over the next few months, we will also be adding expert analysis from the country's top forensic scientists, crime scene investigators, detectives and attorneys as well as exclusive interviews with today's top true-crime authors.
So buckle up. We're not perfect yet. Even though we come from a television show with 20 plus years of history, we're the new kid on the online block. And we're learning.
That's why we want to hear from you. Tell us what you think works and doesn't on the new site. Tell us what kind of stories you feel should get more coverage. Comment on the stories we publish and get involved. There's only one person that will make this site and community great. You.
We want to hear from you.
Neil Katz, Producer, Crimesider.com
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