The thing is once you make a deal with the Devil … you can’t unmake it.

Friday marked the tenth anniversary of the discovery of eleven bodies scattered along Long Island, New York. Why has their killer never been caught? Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen are determined to find answers.


This unsolved case quickly became one of the most infamous cold cases in U.S. history. In the upcoming podcast Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer, investigative journalists Linkletter and Jensen re-investigate the murders to expose the untold story of why the case remains unsolved. All among a backdrop of police corruption and cover-ups at the highest levels of Suffolk County.

The upcoming seven-episode season will take a deep dive into new evidence. New revelations will be uncovered, completely altering everything true-crime aficionados thought they knew about the case.

Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer is one of three new podcasts borne out of a recent partnership with Investigation Discovery (ID) and Acast. Both are on a mission to bring true crime to your ears during these trying times.

“At ID, we have staked our claim as the greatest storytellers in true crime television, and it’s due time that we give our viewers another platform to engage with our content,” said Henry Schleiff, Group President of Investigation Discovery, Travel Channel, American Heroes Channel and Destination America.

“We have the most robust pipeline of true crime and mystery programming in the business, and simply put, no one does it better than ID. We are excited to offer another outlet for our fans to explore cases beyond the screen, and we know our viewers will also turn into devout listeners as we transform our storytelling from eyes to ears.”

Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer will debut January 27, 2021. Subscribe where ever you get your podcasts and click here to check out the new trailer.







Fallon Marie Gannon