We are thrilled to announce the early release of the audiobook for the gripping true crime book THE DELPHI MURDERS: The Quest To Find 'The Man On The Bridge,' written by Nic Edwards and Brian Whitney. This book tells the tragic story of two Indiana teenagers, Abigail Williams and Liberty German, who, in 2017, went for a walk in the woods and never returned home, sparking a massive investigation that captivated people worldwide.
From the beginning, this case had everyone on edge, thanks to a chilling cellphone recording of the suspect's voice saying "down the hill" and a grainy photo of him walking across the bridge. Despite numerous possible suspects being brought to the attention of the authorities, the case went unsolved for years until local pharmacy technician Richard Allen was finally charged with the murders in late October 2022.
Author Nic Edwards, who is also the host of the popular True Crime Garage podcast, has conducted his own extensive research and commentary on the case, allowing him to provide a detailed account of the investigation, including a list of possible suspects such as a hatchet-wielding lunatic, a kidnapper with unusual tattoos, a murderous pastor, a rapist, and a father and son catfishing team.
In the audiobook, narrated by Kevin Pierce, listeners can delve into the minds of the killer and those who worked tirelessly to bring him to justice. If you're a fan of true crime, then "THE DELPHI MURDERS: The Quest To Find 'The Man On The Bridge'" audiobook is a must-listen.
About the Authors
Nic Edwards is an ardent victim rights advocate, a crime researcher and writer, and the co-host of the globally popular True Crime Garage Podcast. He is a founding board member of The Porchlight Project, an Ohio-based nonprofit providing free private investigation, DNA testing, and media support for unsolved cases of abduction and murder. He's also on the board of All the Lost Girls, a nonprofit seeking justice for female strangulation cold cases in the US. Since 2014, Nic has contributed to and sponsored the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Brian Whitney is a versatile writer, prisoner advocate, landscaper, and homeless outreach worker. He has written or co-authored books, including THE SUPREME GENTLEMAN KILLER and MY SON THE KILLER. His work has been featured by various media outlets, including Newsweek, Esquire, GQ, and Inside Edition, and he has been a guest on popular shows like Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz. Brian appeared at CrimeCon in 2019, cementing his status as a true crime expert.