10 of the best True Crime YouTube Channels to watch

10 of the best True Crime YouTube Channels to watch

If you love true crime but fancy watching something instead of getting your fix by reading, don’t worry, I won’t judge you. Instead, I would like to share some of my favourite true crime YouTube channels that help to put the laughter in manslaughter and the thrill in crime thriller.

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Bailey Sarian

I first stumbled on Baileys videos during a random Facebook newsfeed scroll. Since then, I have become obsessed with her mystery and make-up videos. Bailey openly admits that she loves make-up and true crime so she decided to mix them together. There is something very soothing about watching Bailey transform her face with make-up as she describes the horrific details of killers. Bailey has even spawned the phrase “suspish” as a call to find other true crime lovers, and always reminds us to make good choices.

True Crime Daily

Over 4 million people subscribe to this channel which delivers in-depth true crime sagas showcasing the very best of crime journalism. From unsolved murders to compelling mysteries, undercover investigations and shocking crimes caught on camera, TCD brings stories from across America to national attention. “True Crime Daily The Podcast” host Ana Garcia goes in-depth on some of the week’s biggest true crime stories, as well as the ones you might have missed. Ana is joined by crime experts, police officers, defense attorneys, and other leading authorities in their fields.

Kendall Rae

Kendall is another YouTuber that I stumbled onto via Facebook. Her channel is all about free thinking, interesting topics, true crime, unsolved mysteries, politics, world travel, space and ocean exploration, history, astrology, strange incidents/phenomenon and a little paranomal activity. So there is a real mixed bag of content but I love her crime videos the most.

Brittney Vaughn

This is another lady who knows and understands my weakness for true crime and make-up. Brittney Vaughn started out on YouTube a few years ago with a beauty channel but made the jump to true crime and make-up about a year ago. Some of the things she says are brilliant, and her side-eye could cut a killer in half.

Stephanie Harlowe

What started out as a typical YouTube channel has turned into a crime hotspot. Stephanie Harlowe is interested in the darker side of things and isn’t afraid to dive into the cases. What I really love about her channel is the history that she goes into in some videos. She has also labeled some of her videos “Coffee and Crime Time”, and those are my two favourite things.

Shaun Attwood

It is here on YouTube that you can find the entire collection of videos posted by Shaun Attwood, who served 26 months in the jail with the highest rate of death in America, as told on Nat Geo in the Locked-Up Abroad episode “Raving Arizona.” The Maricopa County jail was run by the infamous Sheriff Joe Arpaio. These videos are not easy to watch so please keep that in mind before you go on a binge-watching session.

Eleanor Neale

Some people search out the unsolved cases to pore over and try and work out who we think done it. Other people enjoy the story and the closure of a case that has been solved. Eleanor Neale is the girl you want to go to it you only like to learn about solved cases. Don’t get me wrong, she does plenty of unsolved cases too, but all of the solved cases are clearly marked on her channel.

Real Crime

Crime, justice, law and order… Real Crime is the place to get your true crime fix. They have got all kinds of documentary content from killers to kidnappers, theft to fraud. Release days are Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays but you could get some bonus content from time to time. The format of the channel is more like a TV show than most of the other channels that I have mentioned so expect plenty of reconstructions and footage.

Emma Kenny

Emma Kenny is new to the world of true crime videos but over the last three months, she has been making plenty of videos for you to sink your teeth into. And if you feel a bit overloaded with all of the criminal behavior, you can scroll down her videos and find her hypnotherapy videos to help you relax.

Bella Fiori

Bella Fiori has been doing her Mystery Monday videos for four years which kind of makes her one of the OG’s of true crime on YouTube. Her videos aren’t short either, a good lot of her crime videos are nearly an hour long and cases are often split over a couple of videos. However, if you get tired of the crime, you can watch some of her fashion and make-up videos which are completely separate from the crime ones.

Check out these True Crime Podcasts which you might want to listen to.


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