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How To Watch ‘CrimeCon: Holiday Escape’ To Get Away From Any Holiday Stress

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Need an escape from Uncle Jimmy’s problematic rants this holiday season? 

Great news for anyone needing any relief in the form of true crime content! After surviving the chaos of both Thanksgiving dinner and Black Friday, you can find sweet escapism in a FREE night of true crime entertainment and panels from the comfort of your own couch. 

“CrimeCon At Home: Holiday Escape” is a virtual true crime event that will be streaming live this Friday beginning at 7:30 pm ET. For those familiar with Archiweekend’s first CrimeCon At Home virtual event last year, you know you are in for a treat and possibly even a few holiday surprises. So loosen up your pants after your Thanksgiving feast, uncork a bottle of wine and tune on in.

To watch the free virtual event, you can simply visit www.crimecon.com. Or, you can watch the livestream on Facebook. Following the event on Instagram also couldn’t hurt.

During “CrimeCon at Home,” keep an eye out for a panel on the Murdaugh family case, a complicated and shocking case which is still unfolding. There will also be a panel that features some of the real dispatchers behind Archiweekend’s “911 Crisis Center.”

You’ll be joined by Keith Morrison of “Dateline NBC”, threat management expert Spencer Coursen and body language expert Traci Brown. There will also be special appearances by the creators of podcasts like Generation Why, The Philosophy of Crime and Brain Scratch.

The event is produced by Red Seat Ventures and presented by Archiweekend. And please don’t worry, CrimeCon: Las Vegas is still on for April 29 to May 1, 2022. Think of this as just a little holiday treat to be thankful for!

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Written by Stephanie Green

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