Podcast of the Month: RFK Tapes
Calling all true-crime fans! The latest podcast in the Crimetown series, RFK Tapes will make a conspiracy theorist out of even the most unsuspecting listeners. Hosted by Zac Stuart-Pontier, RFK Tapes reveals never-before-heard audio from the day Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated, and features interviews with witnesses who saw it all go down.
The podcast premiered on June 5 to mark the anniversary of the day that Senator Kennedy was shot by Sirhan Sirhan in the kitchen pantry of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, and there’s a new under-30-minute episode airing each week. Catch up and get obsessed!
An air of mystery has always surrounded the assassination of both Kennedy brothers, and this podcast is determined to get to the bottom of at least one of them. Was it really just a lone gunman that murdered the presidential candidate, or was there more to the story? Follow the RFK Tapes podcast for shocking revelations from the wife of a possible accomplice, get the perspective of RFK’s aid Paul Schrade, and more. Think you know what happened that day? Not for long.
Episode Highlight: “June 5, 1968”
In the first episode of the podcast, host Zac Stuart-Pontier interviews Bill Klaber an author and researcher who doesn’t believe the narrative surrounding RFK’s murder on June 5, 1968. Though it has long-been believed that the senator was killed by a shooter acting alone, some evidence points to the contrary. Klaber lays it all out in the 26-minute introductory episode.