SCA’s PodcastOne bags a new original crime series
The five-part series delves into the disappearance of 20-year-old Lucille Butterworth from a bus stop in Claremont, Tasmania in 1969.
In the podcast, Shand investigates a 1976 confession to the crime that was dismissed by police and a 2010 re-opening of the case that revealed a number of mistakes made by Tasmania officials which could have let a killer walk free.
“Adam is one of Australia’s most well-known investigative crime journalists and authors. This story and those that follow with UnderState will amaze people,” PodcastOne’s Grant Tothill said.
“Only through Adam’s capacity to leave no stone unturned and tirelessly pursue leads to the real stories come to life. It’s a must listen to series.”
Shand already has several shows on the PodcastOne platform, including Adam Shand At Large and The Trials Of The Vampire.
The new crime mini-series joins a 200-strong roster of podcasts hosted by PodcastOne including Gary Mehigan‘s A Plate To Call Home, the Hamish & Andy podcast and The Adam Carolla Show.
All five episodes of UnderState are available on the platform now; for more information and to listen, head over here.