Ryan Natoli

Producer, the Onion podcast “A Very Fatal Murder”

Producer, the Onion podcast “A Very Fatal Murder” 

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The Onion is out with a new true crime podcast to make you laugh.

A true crime podcast like you’ve never heard before

The Onion is out with a new true crime podcast to make you laugh.

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