Moving Past Murder with Collier Landry

Ein Podcast von: Collier Landry
Many people have experienced some form of trauma in their life, and the Moving Past Murder podcast is a place for trauma survivors to connect with a fellow survivor. Collier Landry was just 11 years old when he witnessed his father murder his mother in the early morning hours of New Year's Eve

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Many people have experienced some form of trauma in their life, and the Moving Past Murder podcast is a place for trauma survivors to connect with a fellow survivor. Collier Landry was just 11 years old when he witnessed his father murder his mother in the early morning hours of New Year's Eve. When no one believed him except one detective, he began gathering evidence against his father, leading police to discover his mother’s body buried in another state.  After being abandoned for "going against his family," 12-year-old Collier chose to testify against his father at his month-long murder trial. He is still incarcerated to this day. Collier, a true outlier, harnessed his trauma for good through filmmaking and podcasting. He gained widespread recognition as the creator and subject of A Murder in Mansfield, a film directed by two-time Oscar winner Barbara Kopple. Every week, Collier shares his unique perspective on surviving true crime and trauma, overcoming adversity, and moving on. Along with sharing his own process of healing, he speaks with fellow trauma survivors, academics, advocates, and storytellers.  He hopes this podcast serves as a kind of therapy and reconciliation for himself and anyone who may be processing betrayal and dark trauma in their lives. More about Collier can be found at his website: https://www.collierlandry.com