Listen: Murder, an American crime obsession, discussed on ‘In the Wild’ podcast

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Why are Americans so obsessed with crime?

That question was answered on the latest episode of In the Wild. Joining the conversation this week is Dr. Kim Davies, dean of Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, and Curtis Dyal, community services lieutenant for the Augusta University Police Department.

While Dyal gave insight and his opinions on the Gabby Petito case, Davies shared her new work, The Murder Book: Understanding Homicide Today, and offered insight into the twisted minds of serial killers. 

Cohosting alongside Raysean Ricks is Justin Goddard, a cybersecurity student and our reigning Homecoming Duke.

Listen to In the Wild on all major platforms.

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