By Gena Sysavath
Web Content Contributor
Have you ever just gone on YouTube and watched random videos until you entered a deep hole of theories and suspense? Did you end up watching YouTube for hours on end?
Yes? Well, me too.
In honor of November being the month, according to Google, with the most serial killers born. I decided that it’s a good time to share my favorite crime YouTubers. Hopefully you enjoy their storytelling just as much I did.
This one is for all the foodies. Stephanie Soo, by far, is my favorite mukbang YouTuber. But what’s appealing about her channel isn’t just the food, but the way she tells crime stories as she eats.
She is telling crime stories to her fiancé, who’s sitting behind the camera, therefore it’s always like she’s speaking to you directly. So, if you don’t mind eating while listening to some detailed crimes, she’s your girl.
Grace is a much smaller YouTuber than the rest of the channels on this list, however, she can tell a story. Her channel is more focused on crimes from (but not limited to) Korea and Japan. She always produces spooky content with style.
True Crime Daily
True Crime Daily is a channel where there is not specifically one person talking. True Crime Daily features in-depth true crimes, from unsolved murders to mysteries. They include investigative stories and even a podcast of different crimes, as their goal is to spread these stories from across America, in hopes that it will get national attention.
Rob Gavagan does not just do crime videos; he talks a lot about conspiracies regarding other YouTubers and crimes. However, his voice and his “Serial Killers Files” videos are amazingly creepy and entertaining. His storytelling voice adds so much more to the scary stories he talks about.
Kendall Rae, like the other YouTubers, talks about true crimes on her channel. She’s a good listen if you want to think about the ins-and-outs of a complex story. She the YouTuber who likes to discuss everything she talks about and will even ask you questions after giving you all the gory details of the crime she chooses to share.
Featured image by Gena Sysavath.