True Crime Convos: Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders

Join Lanie every Tuesday at 6 pm CST on Spotify Live! She will discuss a new case every week and wants audience engagement, so come on and download the app now! In this episode, Lanie discusses the developments that took place recently in the Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders. Does this mean the case is closed or is there still someone out there responsible for this heinous crime? Share your thoughts with us!

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This episode was researched and written by Suzy St. John

Content Editing by: Brittney Martinez

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Introducing: The Fall Line Podcast

This is an excerpt from The Fall Line Podcast’s two-part series on the unsolved murder of Moses Williams Junior. It’s from Episode One: Fat Man 

On Super Bowl Sunday, 2012, a gunshot rang out across the darkened streets of  Aiken, SC–and 19-year-old Moses “Fat Man” Williams Jr., a popular former high-school football star, slumped in the driver’s seat of his car.Though his girlfriend and her sister were no more than a hundred feet away, and he was parked in a busy neighborhood, no one could—or would—say who’d shot the young father, who worked seven days a week to support his family. But his mother, Timica James, was determined to find out.

Submit a case to The Fall Line: https://www.thefalllinepodcast.com/case-submissions

Written, researched, and hosted by Laurah Norton, with research assistance from Bryan Worters, Kim Fritz, and Kyana Burgess/Interviews by Brooke Hargrove/Produced, scored, and engineered by Maura Currie/Content advisors are Brandy C. Williams, Liv Fallon, and Vic Kennedy/ Theme music by RJR/Special thanks to Angie Dodd

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Wondery Presents: Blood Ties Season 3 – “Strange Days

Our family members are not always who we think. When Eleonore Richland exposed her father’s dark
legacy, she vowed to clean up the family business – and hired her half-brother, Santino Reyes, to help her do it. But old habits die hard.

In the shocking new third season, Eleonore reckons with what her father always taught her growing up: medicine is a bloody business. From Wondery, the makers of “The Shrink Next Door” and “Dr. Death,” Blood Ties stars Gillian Jacobs (Community, Love), Christian Navarro(13 Reasons Why), and Peter Stormare. Listen to all six episodes ad-free on Wondery+ on May 9.


Listen to Blood Ties – Strange Days: https://wondery.app.link/wplus/trfc_bts3

Murder & Movies

Although true crime has experienced a huge renaissance over the last several years, movies based on true crimes have been popular for decades. In the 1930s, many movies were made, based on prominent gangsters of the time, such as Al Capone, and Ma Barker. However, in the mid-30s, when the Hays Code was enforced, much of the drama was watered down. It wasn’t until the 1960s that violence became prevalent on the screen, and well-known movies based on true crime were made, such as In Cold Blood and Bonnie and Clyde. Of course, in the 1970s and 1980s, made-for-TV movies based on true stories became popular. Movies typically take some liberties about the crimes and often have to leave out important details, to avoid a movie that’s several hours long.

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Athletic Greens – To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/TCFC. Again, that is athleticgreens.com/TCFC to take ownership over your health and pick up the ultimate daily nutritional insurance!

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EVENTS:

True Crime Podcast Festival: http://truecrimepodcastfestival.com/

Follow my socials:

https://linktr.ee/LanieHobbs

Thank you for listening – if you enjoyed this episode please leave a positive review and rating on apple podcast or your podcast player of choice, it really does help.

You can find us on most social media channels, Twitter @tcfcpod, facebook.com/tcfcpodcast, and Instagram @truecrimefanclubpod & of course, our website is truecrimefanclub.com

If you have an episode suggestion, send us an email at [email protected]

This episode was researched and written by Suzy St. John

Content Editing by: Brittney Martinez

Usually edited by Neeks at WeTalkofDreams.com

Interested in my audiobook, download it on audible now: The Little Demons Inside, by Micah Thomas