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Hitched 2 Homicide

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Hitched 2 Homicide

Kris Calvert and Rob Pottorf

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Southern girl and suspense author, Kris Calvert teams up with her husband, Emmy® -nominated composer Rob Pottorf to delve into true crime around the globe. She gives it a southern twist. He supplies the unique wit and background music, so you always know what’s going on. For better or worse. Til death do us part.
 
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Homicide Homegirls

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Homicide Homegirls

Homicide Homegirls

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Nowadays it seems like everyone is fascinated or intrigued by true crime cases, whether they want to admit it or not. Best friends, Arielle and Amanda, are no different. Join them as they discuss and analyze various true crime cases from murders and abductions to unsolved mysteries. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homicidehomegirls/support
 
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Homicide Highway

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Homicide Highway

Lacy Wilkinson, Harley Newell

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Welcome to Homicide Highway! My name is Lacy Wilkinson and I’m your host. In this show I will use my background to dive deep into every case in my path. Every case deserves to be told with the upmost respect to the victims involved and I will do my best to respect them. I often have guest hosts on to have conversations about cases, including family members and those close to the case. Come follow along as I dive into these cases in a deeper way than normal. If you have case suggestions, comm ...
 
The Homicide Inc. True Crime Podcast takes deep dives into compelling vintage and modern True Crime stories that pass the test of time. Acclaimed Voice Actor Peter von Gomm hosts this weekly true-crime series with a focus on some of the most prominent criminal cases in history, and a deeper look into what makes the monsters that commit these crimes tick.
 
A pair of sibling sleuths spotlight cold cases and mysterious crimes from America's South. Born in Memphis, Tennessee the siblings have grown up with violent crime reported daily in the news. At the end of 2021, Memphis ranked as the most dangerous city in the United States, according to a 24/7 Wall Street study using FBI statistics. The siblings tackle homicides, alleged suicides, missing persons, and other cases with a focus on the lives of those lost and not just the crime.
 
Veteran homicide investigator and author Detective Ramesh Nyberg draws back the curtain on homicide investigation- how detectives really work (no Hollywood/TV nonsense), and how death investigations are actually done. "Detective Ram" spent 27 years in law enforcement, 22 of those as a homicide investigator with the Miami-Dade Police Department. He was right in the thick of the "Cocaine Cowboys" era, when Miami's crime rate was the highest in the nation. He talks about interviewing murderers, ...
 
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Hidden Homicides

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Hidden Homicides

Louise Tickle and Tortoise Media

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In this series we tell the shocking stories of women whose possible homicides go unrecognised, and uncounted, by police. In the UK, we’re told that two women a week are killed by a current or former partner – but these are just the killings we know about. The true toll could be much, much higher. In Hidden Homicides, investigative reporter Louise Tickle uncovers harrowing cases of killers missed, of grieving families ignored by police, of a body left to decay in a hospital morgue, and of sys ...
 
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Grady Franklin Stiles Jr. (6/26/1937 – 11/29/1992) was an American freak show performer and murderer. His deformity was the genetic condition ectrodactyly, in which the fingers and toes are fused together to form claw-like extremities. Because of this, Stiles performed under the stage name "Lobster Boy". According to Grady's father, the Stiles fami…
 
What comes to mind when you think of a cult? Is it “Don’t drink the Kool-Aid?” Did you know this seemingly innocuous saying resulted from a massacre that was the second largest loss of life of American citizens in history? I am talking, of course, about the Jonestown Massacre that took place in Guyana, South America in November 1978. What happens w…
 
In March of 2019, a self-proclaimed satanist murders a man. The details of the murder are brutal, but the most shocking of all is where it occurred–– in a California state prison. He was tortured as a child and as an adult, did unto other as was done unto him. He’s confessed to four murders. He’s serving life for one. This is the unbelievably true …
 
Rev. David Evans, bored with his love life, pressured his wife into a threesome that turned deadly. Wife Kristie took a liking to the 3rd side of the triangle and enlisted HIM to kill her husband. A ton comes out in the wash, including spousal abuse and airing the laundry of a very naughty preacher. ★Enjoy! ★PLEASE RATE THE PODCAST: I’d like to as …
 
Join us for our very first guest interview with Shannon Franks, former 911 dispatcher and evidence clerk for the West Memphis Police. Shannon personally handled all of the evidence connected to the West Memphis Three case and offers her own insight and opinion about what she believed happened.โดย Jeremy & Kelly
 
This week we are featuring a throwback episode from We're All Screwed following the guilty verdict of Fabian Gonzalez. RIP Sweet Angel Anika tells the story of young Victoria Martens. Victoria was an innocent child who was failed over and over by her mother. She continuously allowed people she hardly knew or didn't know at all around her child in o…
 
What must it feel like to jump out of an airplane? Lots of folks can answer that, I'm sure. What does it feel like to jump out of an airliner, though, carrying $200,000 in cash with you? Only one person can tell you what that feels like, and we've never been able to find him. Join Ramesh as he discusses one of the most daring criminal heists and hi…
 
We touched on this topic a few times, most recently in Episode 69: Sex Demons. Now it's time to fully dive into this waking nightmare... you're welcome! Although a sleep paralysis event can be quite terrifying, and no one really knows WHY this happens, science can explain HOW this happens. So today Cassie will cram your brain with science facts and…
 
Murder, or Hunting Accident? Deep in the Colorado wilderness, on the second day of hunting season in 1995, veteran police officer Doug Kyle came across what appeared to be a terrible tragedy. It would actually turn out to be much more complicated — and bone-chilling. Lying on the ground bleeding was Bruce Dodson, 48, with an orange hunting vest at …
 
TW/CW: This episode includes graphic depictions of sexual assault. Listener discretion is advised. What comes to mind when you think of a cult? Is it “Don’t drink the Kool-Aid?” Did you know this seemingly innocuous saying resulted from a massacre that was the second largest loss of life of American citizens in history? I am talking, of course, abo…
 
Between 1934 and 1938, thirteen in the Cleveland, Ohio area fell victim to a killer with a taste for the macabre. Decapitating the victims, only three of the known thirteen have names. And of those, some of the heads were never found. Police were shocked and bewildered, and when the Mayor of Cleveland brought in a prominent law man to take over, th…
 
Nobody likes Mondays, it's a bit of a trope from Garfield to Office Space there's a wide array of example of social and artistic commentary about how much they suck. Today's story is about what appeared to be a simple, and for most people, nearly everyday occurrence of conflict in traffic. This encounter turned deadly for Herman Leslie Graham III i…
 
David Russell Williams (born March 7, 1963) is a former colonel of the Canadian Armed Forces and convicted double-murderer who was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for 25 years in 2010. In late January 2010, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) discovered evidence that led them to suspect Williams' involvement in the disappearance…
 
What comes to mind when you think of a cult? Is it “Don’t drink the Kool-Aid?” Did you know this seemingly innocuous saying resulted from a massacre that was the second largest loss of life of American citizens in history? I am talking, of course, about the Jonestown Massacre that took place in Guyana, South America in November 1978. What happens w…
 
In 1983, a Scot living in London tells police that he’s a murderer. Something they already knew because of the smell wafting from his top floor apartment. The question was, how? And why? What police didn’t expect was how many. To the people who knew him, he was a nice guy—a champion of the downtrodden. But the reality was much different. This is th…
 
In honor of this being episode #69, we’re going to tell you all about the Incubus and Succubus, AKA Sex Demons. This episode does come with a trigger warning because encounters with these demons are usually not consensual. We discuss how this compares too engaging in sexual activities with ghosts (Disturbingly Pragmatic episode with Brocarde’s stor…
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia On October 26, 2001, 25-year-old nursing assistant Chante Jawan Mallard struck 37-year-old Gregory Glenn Biggs, a homeless man, with her automobile, in Fort Worth, Texas, U.S. The force of the crash lodged Biggs into the windshield. Mallard then drove home and left the man lodged in the windshield of her car, p…
 
In the early hours of June 29th 2013, store manager Larry Wells, 35, was working in his Toys R US office while his co-workers stocked merchandise. Someone in disguise entered his office with the intent to steal cash from the safe. Larry wound up stabbed to death. The investigation took months as authorities wrestled with the question: Who would wan…
 
In 1984, Bobby Joe Long murdered at least 10 women. In the years leading up to that he’d raped 50—or was it 150 women. How could a man, who left evidence behind everywhere he murdered be so hard to catch? And how did one 17 year old girl blaze a path to the killer’s doorstep. This is the story of Serial Killer, Bobby Joe Long. Red Fibers and Red Fl…
 
We’re so excited to share more stories from our creepy fam! We start with a very sweet update from Volume 1. 🌈 Next, we hear about Kyle’s spooky experience with a Rainier Beer loving spirit, while working at The Rialto in Portland, Oregon. 🍺 👻 Mixed with a small dose of building history from Cassie. Then Caitlyn reads Kalee’s heartbreaking #maybebu…
 
Paul Michael Stefani was more commonly known as the weepy voiced killer. This pathetic man used his Catholic upbringing to inspire his confessions to police after he finished his gruesome crimes. This episode does contain 911 calls that are not easy on the ear holes so BEWARE. After he was caught and convicted on what the prosecution knew they coul…
 
Jordan Linn Graham, 22, admitted she got cold feet before committing murder eight days after her marriage last summer. Her husband, Cody Johnson, 25, fell to his death off a cliff July 7 in Glacier National Park. By Sasha Goldstein - New York Daily News Thursday, March 27, 2014 A nefarious 22-year-old newlywed who shoved her husband of eight days o…
 
On March 9, 1994, Sara Kruzan put a single bullet into the head of GG Howard. It sounds like a straight forward, open and shut case of homicide. It’s anything but. Groomed from the age of 11 and trafficked on the streets of LA at the age of 13, Sara killed her abuser when she’s 16 years old—and just before he was about to rape her. Again. What took…
 
Cassie takes a wild ride though Seattle, getting severely spooked & checking out some very cool places that we "highly recommend." 😎 Then we talk about a historic bar that totally stole our hearts! We just couldn't take it when we found out it was not able to reopen after the Covid-19 quarantine... Re-bar in Seattle, Washington was “…a home base fo…
 
The high profile West Memphis Three case, while almost 30 years old, is still in the public eye today and remains technically unsolved. With tragic child victims, a cast of suspicious suspects, a slew of celebrity advocates, and a unique plea deal for the alleged killers-it's no wonder public fascination has never diminished.…
 
In this podcast we're going to take a deep dive into a most bizarre and frankly hard-to-believe hostage crisis and murder that took place in West Germany back in 1988. Two 'ordinary' drug-fueled bank robbers hastily took hostages when their ill-planned bank heist went sour. For the next 50+ hours they stayed awake on coffee and drugs hijacking a bu…
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Graham Frederick Young (7 September 1947 – 1 August 1990), best known as the Teacup Poisoner and later the St Albans Poisoner, was an English serial killer who used poison to kill his victims. Obsessed with poisons from an early age, Young began poisoning relatives and school friends by lacing their food and dr…
 
On June 15, 2004 a man named John Paul Chapman is arrested for possession of meth, weed, obstruction and possession of drug paraphernalia. But the man in the chair in front of police wasn’t John Paul Chapman. He was a 32 year old man who’d raped and murdered for the past 12 years without ever being caught or going to jail. Some would say he was cha…
 
This week there's no clever title we're sticking with the name coined for a series of stories that take place along the highway that makes the devastating facts of the case all too clear on its own. Links to the references I would highly recommend for any further independent study on this topic: Highway of Tears Documentary you can watch the Offici…
 
In this podcast, we’re going to take a closer look at serial killer Rodney Alcala. Handsome, brilliant and twisted, (he had an IQ of 135), Alcala was once a winning contestant on the reality television show 'The Dating Game' and luckily for his date she got cold feet and stood him up. Sadly, others in this creepy true crime story weren't so lucky. …
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Murders of Claudia Maupin and Oliver Northup On the night of April 13, 2013, after years of homicidal urges, Marsh “had enough” and decided to make his fantasies come true. In the early morning hours of April 14, he left his mother’s home and wandered the streets of Davis in search of a home with open windows o…
 
NBT is back! From where? From 3 months of silence, from COVID, and from....INDIA! Yes, Ramesh was on the other side of the planet, and has some interesting insights to share about India's criminal justice system, police, and how they compare to the U.S. You might be surprised at what he has to say, and you might not. Either way, hop aboard and plea…
 
Between January 1974 and September 1975, a knife-wielding stalker murdered 5, possibly 6 innocent men. Targeting gays in the San Francisco area, he would find his victims in bars, sketch them on a cocktail napkin and after presenting them with the artwork and a proposition, leave the bar and proceed to murder them. Based on the differences in the m…
 
This week there's no clever title we're sticking with the name coined for a series of stories that take place along the highway that makes the devastating facts of the case all too clear on its own. Links to the references I would highly recommend for any further independent study on this topic: Highway of Tears Documentary you can watch the Offici…
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Edward Theodore Gein (August 27, 1906 – July 26, 1984), also known as the Butcher of Plainfield or the Plainfield Ghoul, was an American killer and body snatcher. Gein's crimes, committed around his hometown of Plainfield, Wisconsin, gathered widespread notoriety in 1957 after authorities discovered he had exhu…
 
May 23rd, 1934. The small town of Gibsland, LA. It’s nine a.m. A well-known couple in love and crime are gunned down in their stolen, 1934 Ford Model 730 Deluxe Sedan. For twenty-one months these two, along with others in the Barrow Gang, had gone from state to state, robbing, stealing, and killing authorities and innocent people. The stuff of lege…
 
If you live in the Portland, OR area, you might be in luck! Today we’re talking about some good options for shelter, if… and when the zombie apocalypse happens! We’ll also go over some fun ways to prep for an outbreak, including learning the Thriller dance! This episode wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t include an origin story about everyones favor…
 
In this podcast, we’re going to look into a suspicious death on the sun-soaked shores of San Pedro in Belize. This tropical paradise is known for its luxurious hotels, wild parties, crystal clear waters, and—as of May 2021—the murder of its police superintendent Henry Jemmott. Jasmine Hartin, partner of Billionaire Andrew Ashcroft is accused of fir…
 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The killing of Tim McLean occurred on the evening of July 30, 2008. McLean, a 22-year-old Canadian man, was stabbed, beheaded, and cannibalized while riding a Greyhound Canada bus along the Trans-Canada Highway, about 30 km (19 mi) west of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. On March 5, 2009, his killer, a 40-year-ol…
 
On November 25, 1996, the parents of Heather Wendorf, Rick Wendorf and his partner, Ruth Queen are brutally murdered in their home; their lifeless bodies are in the kitchen and family room. And in Heather’s room? A goodbye letter. She’s running away. But Heather isn’t a killer. Only a fifteen year old misguided teen who’s fallen under the tutelage …
 
Nancy Crampton Brophy is among the most duplicitous of dames, and you guessed it - she left a trail of “I did it” bread crumbs for detectives. As both an aspiring romance/thriller writer and an insurance sales person she thought she could write a different ending to her story. Much like her reportedly fumbling attempts in the literary world it didn…
 
Japan is arguably the safest country on the planet, with a very low crime rate. But low crime doesn't mean no crime. Japan does have a slice of the world's crime pie, and although it is just a sliver there are some very interesting cases. In this podcast we'll speak with S.A. Ozbourne, a Japan-focused true crime writer and he'll share with us a few…
 
The Lululemon murder occurred on March 11, 2011, at a Lululemon Athletica store located in the Washington, D.C. suburb of Bethesda, Maryland, when Brittany Norwood, a store worker, murdered Jayna Troxel Murray, a fellow employee at the store. The case received widespread media coverage and was commonly referred to as the "Lululemon murder". In Janu…
 
In the early morning hours of June 30th, 1964, 69 year old multi-millionaire Jacques Mossler is found in a pool of blood inside his swanky Florida apartment. He’d been stabbed 39 times in the heart and lungs, and hit in the head with a glass statue. Found by his wife, Candy, the investigation into his homicide would uncover, deceit, an affair and i…
 
We start this episode by going over the meaning of a lost crystal. Sadly, Cassie recently experienced this and wanted to share her findings. Then while we’re already on a witchy topic, we might as well cover the Witch’s Castle in Portland, OR! Local legends swirl around this magical, abandoned, moss covered, stone building. But there is more than j…
 
In 1966 Texas learned the true fury of firearms when its capital, Austin, became the home of America’s first mass shooting. At the time, the concept that anyone anywhere could be randomly gunned down by a stranger was unheard of. No one saw it coming. That fateful day former marine and trained sniper, Charles Whitman, climbed up the stairs of the U…
 
Born in Amarillo, Texas, Albright was adopted from an orphanage by Delle and Fred Albright. His adoptive mother, who was a schoolteacher, was very strict and overprotective of him. She accelerated his education and helped him skip two grades. When he got his first gun as a teenager, he killed small animals with it. His mother would help him stuff t…
 
For years, one four-hundred-pound man raped and murdered in Baltimore, Maryland. A drug and alcohol addict, he also seemed to be a pathological liar. Why did he murder the homeless, the weak, the drug addicted and sex workers? Was it revenge? Or did he do it for their human flesh? Or was it, as he confessed, because he had a passion for the taste o…
 
Prepare for jet lag. We visit a long list of places with this case: Florida, Oregon, Washington, Iowa, Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina, Arizona, Tennessee, even British Columbia. We're reminded of the importance of proper evidence collection as this episode stirs some memories of both Episode 13 as well as other cases where DNA led to the discover…
 
In this podcast we're going to take a very detailed and deep dive into the forgotten mystery surrounding JFK's mistress Mary Pinchot Meyer. It was no secret that JFK had loads of extramarital shenanigans going on and his wife Jackie O. knew all about it. But one thing the general public doesn't know is who exactly shot Mary Pinchot Meyer to death ‘…
 
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