Handcuffed Podcast

Handcuffed Podcast

Rena Tunechi

Podcast Currently Under construction ! Handcuffed is a True Crime podcast. Every 2 weeks your host, Rena Tunechii will be sharing the most notorious, perplexing and confusing crimes known in the UK and the rest of the world. Listen as she delves into stories with the most bizarre twists and turns. She discusses how the cases tie into today’s society alongside her guest co-host. They talk Serial Killers, Murderers, Crimes of Passion, Drug rings and many more stories to leave you asking questions at the edge of your seat!

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