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.

Sponsors:

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!

Sambucol- Get 15% off your next order of $9.99 or more at sambucolUSA.com Use
FAN15 for 15% off.

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

True Crime Convos – Debora Green

Welcome back to TCFC This is the latest in True Crime Convos. Covering the tragic crimes committed by Debora Green. We dive deep-ish into the case and have some questions that are sometimes, hard to answer. Want more of Lanie on True Crime Convos?? Download the Spotify Live app on the Apple Store or Google Play.

Sponsors:

Go to shop.analuisa.com/tcfc to make Mom’s Day and treat her to new jewelry pieces with Ana Luisa’s Buy One, Get One 40% OFF sale! One piece for her, and one piece for you
https://shop.analuisa.com/tcfc I know you’ll LOVE them! #analuisany

Sambucol- Get 15% off your next order of $9.99 or more at sambucolUSA.com Use
FAN15 for 15% off.

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, 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

Juvenile Offenders

Welcome back to the TCFC podcast. In the United States, dating back to the Thirteen Colonies, approximately 364 juveniles have been executed by individual colonies, states, or the federal government, for crimes they were found guilty of committing. 22 individuals were executed between 1976 and 2005, for crimes committed when they were juveniles. In 1976, the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty, and in 2005, they ruled that juveniles could not be sentenced to death, as it was a violation of the 8th Amendment (1).

Sponsors:
Go to shop.analuisa.com/tcfc to make Mom’s Day and treat her to new jewelry pieces with Ana Luisa’s Buy One, Get One 40% OFF sale! One piece for her, and one piece for you
https://shop.analuisa.com/tcfc I know you’ll LOVE them! #analuisany

Sambucol- Get 15% off your next order of $9.99 or more at sambucolUSA.com Use
FAN15 for 15% off.

Incipio Organicore & MagSafe Duo cases are Now available to purchase for 20% off and free shipping by going to Incipio.com and using code: TCFC at checkout.

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, 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

Ebony & Deanna: 9-1-1 Domestic Violence

In Today’s episode, you will hear actual 911 calls. We advise extreme caution while listening. If you are a victim of domestic abuse, please reach out to someone for help. Please call the national domestic abuse hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE. That’s 1-800-799-7233 or go to thehotline.org to chat with someone online.

Unfortunately, we discuss domestic violence all too often on this show. One reason is that there are 20 people per minute who are abused by an intimate partner in the United States. This equates to more than 10 million men and women annually. 15 percent of all violent crimes are due to intimate partner violence. There are 20,000 calls made to domestic call centers each day in the United States (1). Many times, a victim of this form of abuse calls 911, in the hopes officers will be able to respond in time. The International Association of Chiefs of Police has created guidelines on how law enforcement agencies should respond to calls of domestic violence, and how 911 telecommunication operators should respond (2). Most of the time, officers are able to respond quickly and effectively to these calls, but sadly, there are times that the violence plays out on the 911 call, with fatal consequences.

Sponsors:
Funjet – use code FJ50 to save $50 on your next funjet vacation

Sambucol- Get 15% off your next order of $9.99 or more at sambucolUSA.com Use
FAN15 for 15% off.

Sundance Now: Try Sundance Now free for 30 days by going to SundanceNow.com & use promo code TCFC.

EVENTS:

Texas Podcast Union Meet Up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/texas-podcast-union-meet-up-tickets-260540893827

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, 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

True Crime Convos: Justin Todd Rey

In this episode of Spotify Greenroom Presents: True Crime Convos – Lanie discusses the case of Justin Todd Rey and how the system tried to protect his most innocent victims. The man at the center of it all went on a Youtube rant to share how the system was abusing and attacking HIM. Learn more in this episode and join Lanie every Tuesday at 6 pm CST for Spotify Greenroom: True Crime Convos.

Sponsors:
Funjet – use code FJ50 to save $50 on your next funjet vacation

Sambucol- Get 15% off your next order of $9.99 or more at sambucolUSA.com Use
TCFC for 15% off.

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, 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 Haley Gray

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

True Crime Convos on Spotify Greenroom: Mark Redwine

Mark Redwine is a 59-year-old man from Colorado who was convicted in October 2021 for the murder of his 13-year-old son, Dylan Redwine, in November 2012.

After flying to his father’s home for a court-ordered visit, Dylan sent several text messages to his mother and his friends before suddenly going silent on the night of November 18, 2012. It was the last time anyone would hear from him.

Mark Redwine contacted Dylan’s mother to ask if he’d heard from their son, which sparked a missing person case that would continue for the next several months. Throughout several interviews during this time, Redwine would have conflicting stories about Dylan in the hours leading up to his disappearance, sparking red flags with investigators.

In June of 2013, partial remains that were later confirmed to belong to Dylan were discovered not far from Redwine’s home. It wasn’t until 2015, however, that Dylan’s skull would be discovered by a pair of hikers, nearly five miles away from where the original remains had been found. The skull showed evidence of violence, and in 2017, Mark Redwine was arrested for Dylan’s murder.

During the lengthy trial process, which included years of delays due to, among other things, a global health crisis, the prosecution would go on to say that Redwine murdered Dylan in a fit of rage after his son confronted him about some compromising photos he’d found of Redwine, including him wearing women’s clothing, wearing a diaper, and consuming feces. 

Redwine was found guilty of second-degree murder and child abuse and sentenced to 48 years in prison.

Want to chat about this case? Have some opinions on what went down? Join me on Tuesdays at 6:00 Central on Spotify Greenroom! Greenroom is a social audio app from Spotify, where we can have live audio discussions about true crime topics, among many others! Come and join us to talk about this week’s case!

SPONSORS:

Incipio Organicore & MagSafe Duo cases Now available to purchase for 20% off and free shipping by going to Incipio.com and use code: TCFC at checkout.

TrueBill: Don’t fall for subscription scams. Start canceling today at Truebill.com/TCFC

CANVA: Design like a pro with Canva Pro! Right now, you can
get a FREE 45-day extended trial when you use my promo code! Just go to Canva.me/tcfcp

Junes Journey: Download JUNE’S JOURNEY free today on the Apple App Store OR Google Play!

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, 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 Meg Williams

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

Villisca Axe Murder House: Haunted & Unsolved? 👻

The quiet train town of Villisca, Iowa is rocked by a vicious massacre. Who committed this evil act & is the house now haunted? Join Lanie in True Crime Convos every Tuesday at 6 pm CST to find out more!

The True Story Behind the Haunted Villisca Axe Murder House
Villisca Ax Murder House – The Scene Of A Brutal Mass Murder In 1912 –  House & History

SPONSORS:

InIncipio Organicore & MagSafe Duo cases Now available to purchase for 20% off and free shipping by going to Incipio.com and use code: TCFC at checkout.

TrueBill: Don’t fall for subscription scams. Start canceling today at Truebill.com/TCFC

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, 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 Meg Williams

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

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. 

SPONSORS:

InIncipio Organicore & MagSafe Duo cases Now available to purchase for 20% off and free shipping by going to Incipio.com and use code: TCFC at checkout.

Simplisafe: Take advantage of SimpliSafe’s early Black Friday deals and get 50% off your new home security system by visiting Simplisafe.com/TCFC

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, 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

Produced by Neeks at WeTalkofDreams – check him out on Twitter @wtod or wetalkofdreams.com

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

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.

SPONSORS:

Incipio Organicore & MagSafe Duo cases Now available to purchase for 20% off and free shipping by going to Incipio.com and use code: TCFC at checkout.

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, 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

Produced by Neeks at WeTalkofDreams – check him out on Twitter @wtod or wetalkofdreams.com

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

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.

Crimelines can be found on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok by searching for Crimelines True Crime

SPONSOR: Visit BetterHelp.com/TCFC for 10% off your first month

Follow us on social media:
facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
Twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Written & Researched by Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Audio Engineer: Nico ‘Neeks’ @ WeTalkofDreams.com

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.

Special Thanks to Josh Hallmark from the True Crime Bullshit Podcast:


True Crime Bullsh**
 is a serialized, investigative podcast exploring meticulous and enigmatic serial killer, Israel Keyes. Host Josh Hallmark takes listeners on a strange, terrifying, and emotional journey, as he attempts to find the missing, understand a killer, explore the impacts of crime, and reconcile with those left behind.

​https://www.facebook.com/groups/truecrimebs/
https://www.instagram.com/truecrimebs/
https://twitter.com/truecrimebs
https://www.our-americana.com/tcb

SPONSOR: Visit BetterHelp.com/TCFC for 10% off your first month

Follow us on social media:
facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
Twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Written & Researched by Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Audio Engineer: Nico ‘Neeks’ @ WeTalkofDreams.com

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.

Happy Holidays – we are on break until 1/4/21!

Sponsors:

Visit BetterHelp.com/TCFC for 10% off your first month

You can Save 15% on your first order today by going to beekeepersnaturals.com/TRUECRIME

Tina Resch-Boyer in 2013

Follow us on social media:
facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
Twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Written & Researched by Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez

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.

The Toyota Sequoia pulling up ready to make the hit

Sponsor:

Visit BetterHelp.com/TCFC for 10% off your first month

Follow us on social media:
facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
Twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Written & Researched by Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Production: Nico at Wetalkofdreams.com

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

Sponsors:

You can Save 15% on your first order today by going to beekeepersnaturals.com/TRUECRIME

Follow us on social media:
facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
Twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Written & Researched by Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Production: Nico at Wetalkofdreams.com

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

Follow us on social media:
facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
Twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Written & Researched by Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Production: Nico at Wetalkofdreams.com

Víctor Saldaño

Victor Saldano was convicted of murder and sentenced to death for a murder he committed in Plano, Texas. His mental state has declined severely and it brings into question, should we reconsider the death penalty for those who experience a severe mental defect as a result of the isolation they experience on death row? Share your thoughts below. 

Sponsor:
Public Goods: We worked out an exclusive deal just for the TRUE CRIME FAN CLUB podcast listeners.
Receive $15 off your first Public Goods order with NO MINIMUM purchase. Just go to Http://publicgoods.com/TCFC or use code TCFC at checkout.

Follow us on social media:

facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

This episode was written by Suzy St. John
Research: Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Production: Nico at Wetalkofdreams.com

The Murder of Tara Grant

Passion fuels many emotions and reactions: love and lust, anger and murder. Today, we talk about one man’s fury and how it affected many lives. It’s unique, too, because quite a bit of information came out after the trial.

Sponsor:

Public Goods: We worked out an exclusive deal just for the TRUE CRIME FAN CLUB podcast listeners.
Receive $15 off your first Public Goods order with NO MINIMUM purchase. Just go to Http://publicgoods.com/TCFC or use code TCFC at checkout.

Follow us on social media:

facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

This episode was written by Suzy St. John
Research: Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Production: Nico at Wetalkofdreams.com

The Boles Family Massacre

The murder of an entire family is an incredible tragedy, but when no apparent motive exists, and the case remains unsolved, it is a double tragedy. Today’s episode is about a case that is 55 years old, with no arrests made, and very few clues to go on. These murders are plagued with more questions than answers.

Sponsors: Visit medterracbd.com and enter code TCFC at checkout to receive 20% off.

Follow us on social media:

facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

This episode was written by Suzy St. John
Research: Brittney Martinez and Suzy St. John
Content Editing by Brittney Martinez
Production: Nico at Wetalkofdreams.com

Savage Appetites: A conversation with author Rachel Monroe

This is a departure from what you’re used to hearing. Since I have been shuffling my recording equipment around, I didn’t have enough time to get my regular set up ready before needing to record this episode. Instead, I wanted to give you an idea of what our GetVokl streams are like. I would love for you to join me every Thursday at 7pm CST to talk with new authors and other true crime topics. We at TCFC thank you for your support and will have a regular episode next week!

GetVokl: https://getvokl.com/channel/true-crime-fan-club

Rachel’s book: https://bookshop.org/books/savage-appetites-four-true-stories-of-women-crime-and-obsession-9781508294535/9781501188886

Support local book stores by purchasing from the link above instead of you know who lol

About the Author

Rachel Monroe is a writer and volunteer firefighter living in Marfa, Texas. Her work has appeared in The Best American Travel Writing 2018The New YorkerThe AtlanticThe New York TimesThe New York Times Magazine, and elsewhere.

Duty to Warn

The medical system prides itself on following the Hippocratic oath – never revealing the secrets of patients. Even in some legal cases, medical records cannot be released without subpoenas or warrants. This has made it possible for psychiatric patients to make threats while in therapy, without worrying their therapist will report the threats to the police or the intended victim. Today, we have three cases where victims and their families questioned whether therapists have a duty to warn.

Sponsors:

Storyworth.com/tcfc to get $10 off your first purchase!

Follow us on social media:

facebook.com/tcfcpod
Instagram: @truecrimefanclubpod
twitter: @tcfcpod
Email: [email protected]

Credits:

Research & Writing: Suzy St. John
Content Editing: Brittney Martinez
Producer: Nico at wetalkofdreams.com

The Wood Family Massacre

Florida is not a stranger to violent and shocking crimes. But, one crime in Tampa is still remembered for its brutality, over 30 years later. What caused a meek, mild-mannered man to slaughter an entire family, including an eight and a half-month old fetus, ripped from its mother’s belly?

Newton Slawson

Check out the Voices for Justice Podcast by Sarah Turney: https://www.voicesforjusticepodcast.com/

Do you want to help a podcaster who really needs it right now?

Check out the GoFundMe and the FB Event for our dear friend Tawny and do some good!

GoFundMe: http://gf.me/u/x2ru75

FB Event: https://facebook.com/events/2522885924478736…#ForTawny#GoFundMe#Podcasting

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, instagram @truecrimefanclubpod & of course our website is truecrimefanclub.com

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

Written & Research By: Suzy St. John

Content Editing By: Brittney Martinez

Produced by Nico at WeTalkofdreams.com

The Murder of Timothy MacNeil

Teenagers that kill aren’t widespread. Murderous youngsters is a disturbing thought for most people. An even more troubling idea is that those teenagers, a sibling duo no less, would plot and carry out a plan to murder the only adult that ever protected them. Together, 19-year old Nathaniel Gann and his 17-year old sister Brae Hansen killed their step-father, Timothy MacNeil, in cold blood. They did it simply because Timothy told Brae that she would have to move out of his house when she turned 18, which she deemed unacceptable. Nathan didn’t hesitate to help his sister with her deadly deed, agreeing to help kill the only man they ever considered a father. Murder most certainly is not the typical response to teenage anger. Today’s story is a tragic one, about a pair of siblings who killed, for no other motive than plain old selfishness.

Sponsors:

SUNBASKET.com/TCFCP and enter promo code T-C-F-C-P

Thank you for listening – if you enjoyed this episode please leave a positve 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, instagram @truecrimefanclubpod & of course our website is truecrimefanclub.com

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

Written By: Mari Cole

Researched & Edited By: Brittney Martinez

Produced by Nico at WeTalkofdreams.com

Robert Carr

Very few rapists seem to be in touch with their sexual deviance and proclivities; fewer still ask to remain behind bars, to protect the public. But one mild-mannered, unassuming rapist-killer did just that, but was released on parole anyway. The results were devastating for many.

Robert Carr

Sponsors:

GlobeIn: To get 20$ off your first box on any 3 + month subscription head to Globein.com and enter the code TCFC at checkout. Once again, To get 20$ off your first box on any 3 + month subscription head to Globein.com and enter the code TCFC at checkout.

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, 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 written and researched by Suzy St. John

Content Editing by Brittney Martinez

Produced by Nico at WeTalkofdreams.com