Navigating the landscape of evil
Explore some of the world's most chilling investigations and learn how understanding the geography of crimes, predators and victims can shed new light on unsolved cases.
Offering a look at real crimes through an experienced investigator’s eye, the Mapping Evil with Mike King podcast takes you on a journey into the minds of predators and the lives of those tasked with bringing them to justice.
Peel back the layers of one of America's most infamous serial killers and discover how clues from the case could unravel the mystery behind Australia's own highway of death.
Go inside Mike King's investigation and ultimate takedown of the Zion Society - and uncover the eerie similarities with other notorious cults, including NXIVM and Australia's own 'The Family'.
Hear Mike and Tory unpack a jailhouse interview with a cunning serial murderer of at least 13 elderly women and listen as they delve into the North Shore hunting ground of Australia's own Granny Killer - John Wayne Glover.
Mike and Tory take a closer look at the mysterious disappearance of Suzanne Morphew and how lessons learned from the tech-led investigation could unearth new leads in cases like the Beaumont children.
Hear Mike's theory on the 2011 cold case disappearance of 13-year-old Melbourne schoolgirl, Bung Siriboon and discover key learnings from the modus operandi of a disturbing US predator.
Mike and Tory discuss the role of location in ritualistic killings - from the crimes of the US's Lafferty Brothers, to the Australian cold case of Maria James.
Mike reveals his candid interviews with a convicted killer as he and Tory revisit the case of the Lafferty brothers - a disturbing story of religious fanaticism and ritualistic murder.
In a special case update, Mike and Tory examine how the sad story of a missing Colorado mum morphed into a high-stakes, circumstantial murder trial plagued by rumour and innuendo.
Meet the hosts
If you have information about any unsolved crime or suspicious activity, then you can share what you know with Crime Stoppers, without saying who you are or getting involved. Call 1800 333 000 – or go to crimestoppers.com.au.