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Posted by Kelly Hawkins on September 23, 2015
In its first season, the "Serial" podcast became a worldwide sensation after investigating the 1999 murder of 18-year-old Hae Min Lee. The controversy surrounding Lee's murder stems from the murder conviction, and subsequent incarceration, of Adnan Syed, Lee's former boyfriend.
Avid "Serial" fans know that, unfortunately, the first season ended with more questions than answers, but the investigation and information released by the podcast's team brought national attention to the fact that Syed is imprisoned for life with little to no physical evidence against him.
Guilty or innocent, Adnan and "Serial's" storytelling captured our interest with facts, questions and a new set of eyes on an already-closed case.
Posted by Kelly Hawkins, email@example.com on September 8, 2015
Considering Undisclosed is produced by three attorneys, as opposed to Serial's journalists and experienced sound crews, listeners should be prepared for several stark differences between the two before delving into another podcast about this 1999 murder case.
Posted by Kelly Hawkins, firstname.lastname@example.org on January 29, 2015
Sarah Koenig opens "Serial," a 12-episode podcast about a 1999 murder investigation, by telling listeners that she is certain of one thing: someone is lying.
Posted by Kelly Hawkins on December 30, 2014
Coastal residents will tell you that we have more casinos than we know what to do with and, in that vein, plenty of adult entertainment. I disagree.
Posted by Kelly Hawkins on November 18, 2014
Thanksgiving is a week away and there are still several opportunities to give back to our South Mississippi communities over the next several days.