Wondery Presents: The Shrink Next Door

Veteran journalist Joe Nocera’s neighbor in the Hamptons was a therapist named Ike. Ike counted celebrities and Manhattan elites as his patients. He’d host star-studded parties at his eccentric vacation house. But one summer, Joe discovered that Ike was gone and everything he’d thought he’d known about his neighbor — and the house next door — was wrong. From Wondery, the company behind Dirty John and Dr. Death, and Bloomberg, “The Shrink Next Door” is a story about power, control, and turning to the wrong person for help for three decades. Written and hosted by Joe Nocera, a columnist for Bloomberg. The Shrink Next Door is now an Apple Original series, starring Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd. Watch now only on Apple TV+.
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Lois & Betty

Since 1976, when the death penalty was reinstated in the United States, seventeen women have been executed. The two women discussed in today’s episode have the distinction of being the oldest women executed in the country. The women had far different motives for murder, and both women enlisted family members to assist them with their deeds. In this episode, we share two cases: Lois Nadean Smith & Betty Lou Beets. 

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Wondery Presents: Operator

During the 1-900 number craze of the Nineties, one company provided the vast
majority of phone sex. American Telnet was an empire founded by the man who
called himself “The Telephone Pimp.” He ran the company “like General Motors”
and got filthy rich doing it. But for the (mostly) women who answered the calls
and delivered fantasies 24-7, it was a different story. The powerful stigma against
sex work was always lurking just beneath the surface until it threatened to tear
apart the whole company. Hosted by Tina Horn (Why Are People Into That?),
OPERATOR is an eight-part series about big ambitions, Shakespearean-level
corporate backstabbing, men and women at the cutting edge of a technological
revolution…and on the front lines of a sexual one.

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Crime Of The Century

In June 1971, President Richard Nixon declared a war on drugs. The “war” increased the size, as well as the presence of federal drug control agencies. Nixon was also responsible for mandatory sentencing for drug offenses, and no-knock warrants. One of President Nixon’s top aides later said that the planning for the war on drugs began during the 1968 campaign when Nixon believed he had two “enemies,” the anti-establishment left and black people. The President couldn’t single out these two elements of society, but he could associate hippies with marijuana and blacks with heroin, and let the media demonize these two groups. The President even made marijuana a Schedule One drug, the most restrictive class of drugs, which includes heroin. Marijuana was supposed to be reviewed by a special commission, which recommended decriminalization of it in 1972. The President refused to budge. Between 1973 and 1977, eleven states decriminalized it, and in October 1977, a Senate Judiciary Committee voted to decriminalize possession of up to an ounce of marijuana for personal use. However, parents became concerned about marijuana use, and with Ronald Reagan’s election as President, the drug war opened up full throttle.

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Halloween Bonus Episode 2021

Halloween is steeped in lore, legend, and history. From its beginnings in Samhain (Saa-wn), to the subsequent adoption by the Catholic Church of November 1st as All Saints’ Day, Halloween has long been considered the day when the veil between the living and the dead was lifted. In Colonial America, the Puritans did not celebrate Halloween, but further south, in Maryland, the telling of ghost stories became commonplace. In the 1800s as more Irish immigrants settled in America, trick-or-treating was adopted, along with dressing up in costumes, and the creation of jack-o-lantern (1). Slasher films, starting with Black Christmas, became popular in 1974, coincidentally in the same year, Ronald Clark O’Bryan gave his son candy laced with cyanide. He was called the man who ruined Halloween, and to this day, parents still check candy to try to detect tampering. Ok on to the show…

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An Exorcism

In 2014, Pope Francis and the Vatican formally recognized the International Association of Exorcists, which had 250 exorcists in 250 countries (3). Of course, Protestants also carry out exorcisms, but according to Dr. Andrew Chestnut of Virginia Commonwealth University, the Catholic rites are more formal, whereas Protestant exorcisms are often more theatrical. Protestant exorcists will frequently interview the possessed, to try to determine which demon possesses them (4). Unfortunately, there are dozens of non-sanctioned exorcisms that occur in small, cult-like religions, and some that occur without any church affiliation at all. Many of these rituals leave their victims injured or dead. Sadly, a large number of these victims are children (5).

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Wondery Presents: Shadow of Truth

It’s one of the most haunting murder cases you’ll ever hear about, and it takes place in a small town in Israel. Tair Rada was only 13-years-old when her body was found inside a locked bathroom stall. She was viciously murdered during a school day, and yet no one saw or heard a thing. The police arrested the janitor, Roman Zadorov, and he eventually confessed, but this was far from being the end of it. Based on the hit true-crime series from Netflix, the podcast “Shadow of Truth” will take you on a journey into one of the wildest and most contested murder cases in the history of Israel, as it reaches its final resolution, 15 years after it all started.


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Murder by Vehicle

Murder by vehicle occurs in small numbers every year. These are often tracked as a vehicle accidents, so good numbers are not available for how many people are killed this way each year. Many of the cases are the end result of a domestic argument or dispute, or as the result of inebriation (1,2). It appears this is predominantly a female-chosen method for murder. The two cases discussed today were apparently done in a heat of passion.

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Wondery Presents: OVER MY DEAD BODY: FOX LAKE

A small-town cop known as “GI Joe” is gunned down in a swamp in the summer of 2015 and quickly becomes a martyr in the national media. But when a dogged investigator and his team set out to get justice, they uncover unsettling secrets about Joe, the local police department, and the village of Fox Lake.

From Wondery, the makers of The Shrink Next Door and Dr. Death comes the third season of Over My Dead Body: Fox Lake. Hosted by Matt Baglio.
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True Crime Convos: BTK

In the 10.5.21 True Crime Convos on Spotify Greenroom, I discuss BTK.

To most who met Dennis Rader, they thought he was an unassuming father and husband. They had no idea that hiding beneath the surface was a sadistic killer who terrorized Witchita, Kansas for over two decades. Then, he went dormant…but, why? Find out more in True Crime Convos. 

BTK serial killer: How vanity and a Microsoft word document led to capture  of Dennis Rader

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Uncovering the Zodiac

Breaking news in the True Crime world is that the Zodiac killer has been unmasked? What do you think? Have we finally solved the identity of the person who terrorized the bay area? Tune in to True Crime Convos every Tuesday at 6 pm CST to talk true crime with Lanie Hobbs.

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Spotify Greenroom: What Happened to Sherin Mathews?

When 3-year-old Sherin Mathews goes missing in the affluent suburb of Richardson, TX the community rallies to find her. Soon, a shocking revelation comes to light. Who was responsible for what happened to Sherin & WHY were the stories constantly changing?

Sherin Mathews

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Wondery Presents: The Vanished

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Wondery, host Marissa Jones tells stories of missing persons that have gone overlooked by mainstream media. She gets the story from friends and family of the missing person and frequently talks with law enforcement and others close to the case. This is just a preview of The Vanished, but you can listen to the full episode at wondery.fm/TV_TCFanClubPod

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Deadly Jealousy

In the United States, it is believed nearly 10 million people experience domestic abuse every year. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, about 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner. Victims are often isolated by their partners, leaving them disconnected from their family and friends. Victims are often ashamed of the abuse and are afraid of their abusers.

If you, or a loved one, are the victim of domestic violence, please call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233). The free phone, 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline in the UK is 0808 2000 247

Husband 'likely' involved in killings of wife, her mother | The Fresno Bee
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Brianna Denison

Welcome back to the TCFC podcast. It is common knowledge that children who are abused or maltreated frequently have long-lasting effects as a result of the trauma they suffered. There are many physical, psychological, behavioral, and even societal implications of child abuse. The immediate result of child abuse is usually physical, both in terms of their wounds, but also potential brain damage from violent abuse. Mistreatment can lead to stunted brain growth, which can then lead to psychological issues immediately, or later in life. However, many studies have found that child abuse has been linked to a higher rate of diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, back problems, vision problems, and more (40). 

Psychological issues that stem from child abuse include poor cognitive skills, depression, low self-esteem, and attachment issues. Children who grew up in these situations have a higher prevalence of suicide attempts than those who did not. Additionally, those adults who do suffer from major depression have lower positive outcomes with antidepressants. Children of abuse are more likely to develop antisocial tendencies, which can lead to criminal behavior (40). 

Other studies show “that abused or neglected children are more likely to engage in sexual risk-taking as they reach adolescence” including a higher number of sexual partners and having sex in exchange for money or other material items. There is a higher prevalence of chemical dependency in adults who were maltreated as a child, particularly alcoholism. Of course, children of abuse are also more likely to also abuse their own children, although these numbers are not as high as previously believed. However, a study from the early 2010s showed that 26% of inmates incarcerated for murder had been subjected to child abuse, and an additional study showed that of 43 death row inmates, 36 had been sexually or physically abused, 37 were neglected, and 31 witnessed domestic violence growing up (40, 41). 

Despite the large numbers of violent offenders who were abused as children, the number of child abuse victims who do not resort to violence as adults is far greater – these children had broken the cycle of abuse (40, 41). Unfortunately, today’s perpetrator was not able to break the cycle of violence, destroying a family as a result. Okay…onto the show.

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Brianna Denison

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Wondery Presents: Suspect

A big Halloween party at an apartment complex in Redmond, Washington. Themed rooms and costumed partygoers. But by the end of the party, one of the hosts is dead. The police look to the partiers as the prime suspects: was it the guy in the devil mask, the bank robber, the construction worker? As investigators comb through forensic evidence, witness testimony, DNA, and even consult with a psychic, they zero in on one suspect in particular. But for what reason? Host and reporter Matthew Shaer (Over My Dead Body) returns to the scene of the crime, speaks with everyone about a night that still haunts them years later. It’s a series about race and policing, mislaid justice, cutting-edge science, and the kinds of weighty choices that cops and prosecutors make every day — choices that, once made, are difficult to reverse.


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Wondery Presents: Dr. Death Season 3 – Miracle Man

Paolo is a smart and handsome surgeon, renowned for his ability to perform surgeries that
transform his patients’ lives. When television producer Benita covers him for a story, he’ll
transform her life too, but not in the ways she expects. As Benita crosses professional lines to
be with him, she learns how far Paolo will go to protect his secrets. And halfway around the
world, four doctors at a prestigious medical institute make shocking discoveries of their own
that call everything into question. From Wondery comes Season Three of the hit podcast, Dr.
Death. MIRACLE MAN tells the story of a globe-trotting surgeon who seduces the medical
world and sweeps one woman off her feet. Hosted by Laura Beil.

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Spotify Greenroom: Case Updates

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Gwen Araujo – Hosted by Tawny Platis of Death is Hilarious

Welcome back to the True Crime Fan Club podcast. I’m your host, Tawny of the Death is Hilarious podcast. I’m filling in for Lanie, who is on maternity leave. Transgender violence is a growing epidemic, particularly against women of color. Murders of transgender women reached an all-time level in 2020, with 37 transgender deaths by November 20th, Trans-Remembrance Day (1). One teen brought this violence to mainstream media in 2002. Okay…onto the show.

Gwen

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Spotify Greenroom: The Disappearance of Suzanne Morphew

Hi everyone! I am so excited to tell you about Spotify Greenroom! I host a room every Tuesday 🙂 please join me on there!

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Curtis Don Brown w/ Hannah of The Boozy Movies Podcast

Welcome back to the True Crime Fan Club podcast. I’m your host, Hannah, of the Boozy Movies Podcast, filling in for Lanie, who is on maternity leave. In the days before DNA was used in criminal investigations, some cases were solved by a perfect storm of events. Today we discuss a serial killer who was caught and arrested by walking with two purses taken off his latest victim. Okay…onto the show.

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Boys on the Tracks – Guest Hosts: All Crime No Cattle

Welcome back to the True Crime Fan Club podcast. We’re your guest hosts Erin and Shea of the All Crime, No Cattle podcast. We are sitting in for Lanie, who is on maternity leave. The case we are going to talk about today is likely familiar to true crime fans. Over the years, this case has become more than an unsolved mystery, it has also become one woman’s crusade for justice over the corruption and abuse of power by county, state, and even federal officials. The biggest source for this episode was Mara Leveritt’s book, The Boys on the Tracks.  Okay…onto the show.

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All Crime No Cattle is an independent conversational true-crime podcast focused on crimes in the Lone Star State. ​Texas natives Erin and Shea host, produce, and research for each episode featuring cases big and small. They live in Fort Worth with the ACNC K9 Crime Unit, Nelson and Brienne, along with their crested gecko Asha and betta fish Sir Didymus. ​New episodes drop weekly. 
Because crime is bigger in Texas, y’all. Instagram: @allcrimenocattle, Twitter: @ACNCpodcast, Facebook: All Crime No Cattle

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Wondery Presents: Killer Psyche

When a shocking crime occurs, people ask “WHY?” Was it about power, ego, or revenge? On
KILLER PSYCHE, retired FBI criminal profiler Candice DeLong draws on her decades of
experience to reveal why these murderers and criminals committed these acts. She will reveal
fascinating new details about what drove these people, including cases she worked on
first-hand. Candice has been called the FBI’s “real-life Clarice Starling,” and she will share
specific psychological methods and profiling techniques that experts use to understand the
deepest part of the most complex, fascinating, and twisted minds, from the Unabomber to Dr.
Death to El Chapo.


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Hadden Clark – Hosted by Eric of True Consequences

Welcome back to the TCFC podcast. I’m Eric from the podcast, True Consequences, filling in for Lanie, who is on maternity leave. Research shows that children who are severely abused as children are three times more likely to develop schizophrenia as an adult (13, 14). In addition, “neglect and abuse in childhood have been shown to contribute to an increased risk of future violence” (15). Although this isn’t a reason to excuse the behavior, it does explain why some men and women grow up to be violent. Okay…onto the show.

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About Eric: Eric Carter-Landin was born and raised in New Mexico. As a child, Eric lived in poverty and watched his single mother struggle to make ends meet. When he was six (1986) his brother was murdered and the killer was never prosecuted. Because of this and because of the amount of unsolved or unresolved cases in New Mexico, Eric decided to create a podcast that focuses on crime in New Mexico. True Consequences is based in Albuquerque and was started to bring awareness to the general public about some of the most known and unknown cases. This is all done to try to affect change and leverage public awareness to help drive some of these cases from cold to solved. This will not be done overnight and will take the efforts of every listener and member of the public but together we can make an impact. Thanks for listening and don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and review.

Marie Pompilio – Hosted by Colleen from Misconduct

Welcome back to the TCFC podcast. I’m your guest host, Coleen, from Misconduct. Teen dating violence is a growing epidemic. A study published in the Journal of the Academic Medical Association in 2017 revealed that of the 2000 adolescent homicides between 2003 and 2016, 150 of these were committed by former boyfriends or girlfriends. 90% of these were female, with an average age of 17. In almost 80 percent of the cases, the male perpetrator was 18 years old or older (1). Today, we discuss an instance of break-up violence from 1988, before any real understanding of stalking behaviors or other red flags. Okay…onto the show.

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Introducing – Chameleon: High Rollers

From Campside Media, Chameleon’s new second season, “High Rollers,” tells the seedy
story of Operation Botox, an FBI undercover investigation designed to catch money launderers

Hosted by investigative journalist Trevor Aaronson, this new season uses FBI
undercover recordings that take listeners on a journey inside a two-year sting operation that
goes off the rails in ways both tragic and comic.
Set in “Sin City” Las Vegas, nothing comes short to this mind-blowing heist that involves
all the classic Vegas highs and lows:

o  high rollers get involved in a money-laundering scheme
o an informant runs his own scams
o a reported love triangle
o strippers
o and millions at stake
o (like exactly what you see in the movies, except this actually happened)​ 

It’s an investigative thriller that challenges listeners to consider and question the enormous
unchecked powers of the FBI and federal agents’ decisions to investigate unsuspecting
Americans.

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The Bloody Bender Prototype Ft. Charlie of Crimelines

Charlie of the Crimelines Podcast is the guest host for this episode, focusing on the crimes of Patty Cannon. Slavery is a heinous crime against humanity, and history has made it no less so. When slavery was practiced in America, there were unscrupulous individuals who would kidnap freed blacks and sell them back into slavery, as was the case of Solomon Northup. The most notorious of these was also a female serial killer. Okay…onto the show.

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The Wamsley Murders

As we have learned before, children kill their parents for many reasons: to stop abuse, because they are about to be cut off financially, as a result of a psychotic break. Today’s episode looks at another reason: greed. It also looks at how corrupt the justice system can be, and might leave you questioning how fair some sentences are. Okay…onto the show.

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Berkshire Murders ft. Josh Hallmark

Welcome back to the True Crime Fan Club podcast. I’m your guest host Josh, of True Crime Bullshit. I’m sitting in for Lanie, who is on maternity leave. In 2018, Berkshire County in Massachusetts saw an explosion of violent murders. In the years between 2009-2019, there were approximately 25 homicides in Berkshire County, with approximately 25% of these in 2018.

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Juan Chavez, Thrill Killer

Thrill killers are individuals who find “intense stimulation and excitement” by causing their victims pain or terror before their deaths. Once their prey is dead, they lose interest and often move onto another victim. These types of kills are typically not sexual and do not result in mutilation, as the power and pleasure come from the pain inflicted (1). Spree killers are those who kill at least three victims in a short period of time, usually close together chronologically, although separated geographically (2). Today’s episode discusses a murderer who falls into both categories.

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The Murder of Brandon Teena

This case has been with me since I saw the 1999 file ‘Boys Don’t Cry’. I was obsessed with learning about Brandon’s story and finally decided to tell it to you. We don’t often hear about Brandon anymore when we talk about Transgender rights and prejudices. His story is important. His story deserves to be told.    Note:  Although assigned Female at birth, Brandon identified as male and that is how he will be referred to throughout this episode.   If you or someone you know needs an advocate for transgender issues, please contact the Trans Lifeline at 877-565-8860 or www.translifeline.org/  

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Abraham Shakespeare

All of us dream of winning the lottery. Millions to make our lives easier, to lavish extravagant gifts on our families and friends, and take time off from work. But many winners of the lottery find that it’s not all sunshine and roses, and studies show that 70% of winners are broke within seven years of winning…for those who live, that is.

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The Broken Bever Brothers

Parricide or familicide is rare, although these types of cases get so much media, making them seem more common than they are. Most of these types of murders are committed by a single individual, and in many cases, the perpetrator commits suicide after murdering their family members. Today is a rare instance of two perpetrators, both male, who did not commit suicide…because they had plans to kill hundreds of people.  Okay…onto the show.

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Dimebag – REPLAY

Darrell ‘Dimebag’ Abbott was one of the founders of Pantera. His life was tragically ended when a crazed fan stormed the stage. His delusions caused him to believe that Pantera was stealing his thoughts. Dimebag was a born and bred Texas musician who is still fondly spoken about in the Dallas music scene.

R.I.P. Darell ‘Dimebag’ Abbott (August 20, 1966 – December 8, 2004)

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Amy Bishop

Males primarily carry out mass shootings. Females account for 4% of mass shootings in the US. Overall, women are less likely to commit homicide, period, with 10 to 13 percent of homicides in the US carried out by females. Women are also less likely to use firearms to carry out their homicidal impulses, with only 8 percent of firearm homicides committed by women (1). Today’s focus is on a woman who broke the norms in every way.

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The Murder of Dawna Natzke

911 dispatchers are often the unsung heroes of emergency services. They work behind the scenes, acting as the first responder for numerous traumatic events. Nearly 40 percent of dispatchers experience burnout, which is almost double the burnout rate for “normal” jobs (1). However, most dispatchers believe they are safe both on and off the job. Unfortunately, this is not true, particularly for today’s case. Okay…onto the show. 

Dawna Natzke Missing Person’s Poster

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The Murder of Ashley Biggs (Justice for Ashley)

In most places, there is no statute of limitation on murder, so charges can be brought against someone regardless of how old the crime was. Thankfully, this allows justice to be served, even when a killer might think they have escaped punishment. That’s central to today’s episode.

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Ashley Biggs

Chad Cobbs
Erica Stefanko

Phil Hughes

In the 1970’s, Contra Costa County in California had several serial killers, including Joseph James DeAngelo, otherwise known as the East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker. For all the crimes he committed, though, he was just one of at least four serial killers preying on victims in this area. Today, you’ll hear about one of the other serial killers from the area.  Okay…onto the show.

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The Santa Murders

Your family is supposed to come before everything. So many of us learn this and abide by it. But there are some that break that sacred bond by destroying the family unit. When you demolish what matters most to you, what does that make you? Okay, on to the show…

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Sex Gone Wrong – Mini Episode

A swingers’ lifestyle can be great for some, or it can be problematic for others. For one newly married couple, a wild night of sex and drugs turned deadly. Okay…onto the show.

Actora Bankhead was charged with two counts of murder for breaking the necks of two people after a group-sex session went awry. 

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Tina Resch

A young woman who received notoriety as a teenager as being the center of poltergeist activity grew up to receive the notoriety of another kind. When her young daughter dies under mysterious circumstances, she is arrested and charged with her death. Her prosecution has been shrouded in controversy, and she has supporters all across the world.

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The Cartel Blues

To many people, drug cartels are the stuff of fiction, as seen in movies and TV shows like Blow, Scarface, Ozark, Breaking Bad, and Weeds. But unfortunately approximately 150,000 homicide victims and their families know Mexican and Colombian cartels are all too real. Okay…onto the show.

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The Yacht Murders

What would compel a mild mannered young father to not only brutally kill two complete strangers, but involve several people in the plot? When he revealed his reasons, was he telling the truth? Okay…onto the show.

Tom and Jackie Hawks

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Daughters Who Kill

Lizzie Borden took an ax, gave her mother forty whacks. When she saw what she had done, she gave her father forty-one. Lizzie Borden is arguably the most infamous case of parricide, although she was acquitted of the murders of her father and step-mother. But, Lizzie was by no means the last time a daughter killed her father or had her father killed. Today’s perpetrators are far from a modern-day Lizzie Borden, but the acts were no less horrific.

Marlene Olive

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The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: A conversation W/ Author Anthony Amore

Rose Dugdale’s life is singularly notorious. Born into extreme wealth (she was a member of the last class of debutantes who were presented to the Queen), she abandoned her life as an Oxford-trained Ph.D. and heiress to join the cause of Irish Republicanism. While on the surface she appears to be the British version of Patricia Hearst, she is anything but. Dugdale ran head-first towards the action, spearheading the first aerial terrorist attack in British history by dropping bombs on a police station. Later, Dugdale was the mastermind and leader of the biggest art theft of her time, when she led a gang into the opulent Russborough House in Ireland to make off with millions in prized paintings, including a work by the mysterious master Johannes Vermeer. Dugdale thus became— to this day—the only woman to pull off a major art heist. The Woman Who Stole Vermeer will examine the likelihood that this was not her only such heist. Rose Dugdale was truly ahead of her time. It’s the perfect book for a wide audience. It will appeal to fans of true crime, fine art, and third-wave feminism.

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Wondery Presents: Do No Harm

Wondery (Dr. Death, Dirty John, The Shrink Next Door) and NBC News (Dateline, The Thing About Pam, Motive for Murder) present Do No Harm.


The Bright family was thrust into a medical and legal system so committed to protecting vulnerable
children from abuse, it failed to protect innocent parents. From the hospital room to the courtroom, we walk in the footsteps of the Bright family as they battle to keep their children and fight against a system determined to tear them apart.


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Joel Guy Jr.

Money brings out the worst in many of us, even family members. As we have seen before, sons have even killed their parents for money. But rarely is a murder so meticulously planned out as the one we discuss this week.

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The Case of David Camm: did he do it?

Despite many advances in forensic science, people are still convicted on the testimony of people who call themselves experts. Some of the testimony and evidence is based on what lawyers and other scientists call junk science. For one man, junk science meant 13 years in prison, before the expert witness was finally debunked.

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Robert Hanssen

Fear. Rage. Two words, loaded with emotion. Two words that can make a person feel helpless and out of control. Two words that can cloud a person’s judgement. Two words that can change the course of their life. Robert Hanssen claimed that fear and rage were the key emotions that led him to betray his country, to become a mole, and to be one of the most damaging spies in the history of the FBI.

The only known photo of Robert in ADX Florence

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GetVokl: Into The Forest And All The Way Through w. Author Cynthia Pelayo

Into The Forest And The Way Through (release date: August 28, 2020). It’s a sobering look at missing and murdered women of color whose stories often go ignored, their killers never held to account, and it’s a searing call to arms to examine these wounds.

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Cynthia (Cina) Pelayo grew up in a haunted house with very superstitious parents in inner-city Chicago. She went on to pursue a Master of Fine Art in Writing at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she says she majored in the macabre. Pelayo’s short story collection, Loteria, is a collection of 54 short stories that explores Latin American superstition, folklore, legend, and myth.

She is the Publisher/Gravedigger of Burial Day Books, a boutique horror press. She lives with her husband and two angry Shih Tzus in the very neighborhood she was raised. She wears black—most of the time—and she stays out of the sun as much as (un)humanly possible.

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