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Hosted by Cherry and Morgan, Crimepedia is a weekly independently produced true crime podcast, launched in August 2020. Every Tuesday, Cherry and Morgan cover predominantly lesser-known unsolved murders and missing person cases from across the globe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Hosted by Cherry and Morgan, Crimepedia is a weekly independently produced true crime podcast, launched in August 2020. Every Tuesday, Cherry and Morgan cover predominantly lesser-known unsolved murders and missing person cases from across the globe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

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United States

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Hosted by Cherry and Morgan, Crimepedia is a weekly independently produced true crime podcast, launched in August 2020. Every Tuesday, Cherry and Morgan cover predominantly lesser-known unsolved murders and missing person cases from across the globe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Language:

English

Contact:

6145072633


Episodes

Jeremy Bamber- Gulity or Not? Part 2

7/28/2021
In August 1985 the bodies of two women, a man and two small children were found at Whitehouse Farm in Tolleshunt D’Arcy in Essex, England. They had all been shot at close range. The Police believed it to be a family tragedy - a murder suicide but the only surviving member of the family, Jeremy Bamber was arrested and convicted of the murders. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:15:28

Jeremy Bamber- Gulity or Not?

7/27/2021
In August 1985 the bodies of two women, a man and two small children were found at Whitehouse Farm in Tolleshunt D’Arcy in Essex, England. They had all been shot at close range. The Police believed it to be a family tragedy - a murder suicide but the only surviving member of the family, Jeremy Bamber was arrested and convicted of the murders. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:08:09

The Murder of Brittany Locklear

7/20/2021
On a dark morning in January 1998, 5-year-old Brittany Locklear stood alone waiting for the school bus at the end of her driveway on Gainey Road in Hoke County, North Carolina. But when the school bus arrived, the spot that Brittany occupied was empty and the young girl was no where to be found. Within the hour, a massive county-wide search would be launched. When the body of Brittany Locklear was discovered the following day, it became clear something evil lurked in this rural farming...

Duration:01:15:26

The Case of Amy Fitzpatrick

7/13/2021
Amy Fitzpatrick was 15 years old. She had moved from Dublin in Ireland to Mijas Costa in Malaga in Spain with her Mum, Brother and Mum’s partner. It was supposed to be a fresh start. On the 1st January 2008 she had been babysitting with her friend. They had been babysitting the friends younger brother. At 10pm she left her friends house to make the short walk home. She never made it home. There was never any trace of her found. The police uncovered some disturbing evidence. Was there more...

Duration:01:15:35

The Mystery of the Indiana Dunes

7/6/2021
On the fourth of July weekend in 1966, thousands of people flocked to the shores of Lake Michigan. Among the revelers were three young women who were excited to spend the day on the sand and waters of Indiana State Dunes Park. By the end of the day, the three had vanished and would never been seen again. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:15:39

Who Killed Tammy Zywicki?

6/29/2021
Tammy Zywicki is looking forward to starting her senior year at Grinnell College in Iowa. Before heading back, she takes a trip to drop off her brother, to visit her parents who were staying with family, and to see to a friend. Tammy says goodbye to her friend and leaves for college. She never makes it back. Her body is found on I-44 wrapped in a blanket. Who killed Tammy Zywicki? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:17:33

Systematic Failures: The Morgan Family Tragedy

6/22/2021
On the evening of July 25, 1991, a call is made to 9-1-1 from a pay phone in Lancaster, Ohio. On the line, was 24 year old Matt Morgan, who calmly stated that shots had been fired at his family home on Briarwood Court. A short time later, Matt would walk into the Lancaster Police Station and tell the officers “I think I’m the guy you’re looking for”. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:19:04

The Case of Genette Tate

6/15/2021
On August 19th, 1978 13 year old Genette Tate set off on her bicycle from her home Barton Farm Cottage in Aylesbeare in Devon sometime after 2pm to deliver copies of the Express and Echo newspaper. By 4pm that afternoon Genette had disappeared without a trace. Despite a mammoth search and an investigation lasting over 40 years Genette has never been found. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:13:56

Back from Austin

6/9/2021
After a long weekend in Austin, Texas for CrimeCon 2021, Morgan returns with some stories of his adventure. Cherry and Morgan then give a sampling of their Crimepedia Extra episodes, when they give a case update about the Breckenridge Murders. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:07:07

Suzy's Story: What Happened to Suzy Lamplugh?

6/1/2021
At around 12:30pm, on the 28th of July 1986, estate agent Suzy Lamplugh left her office on Fulham Road in London. She was seen waiting outside am empty property, 37 Shorrolds Road, which had only been on the market for a week. At 1:00pm, she was met by a man listed in the work diary as “Mr. Kipper”. Minutes later they were seen walking away from the house and getting into a car. Suzy was never seen again. This is Suzy’s Story: What Happened to Suzy Lamplugh? --- Support this podcast:...

Duration:01:18:25

The Disappearance of John and Elizabeth Calvert

5/25/2021
In March 2008, a prominent husband and wife vanished without a trace from Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. Within days of the disappearance, investigators begin to focus in on a suspect who seemingly embezzled millions of dollars from business accounts he was managing. But law enforcement would be unable to file charges against their prime suspect. To this day the couple has yet to be found and the case remains the islands biggest unsolved mystery. --- Support this podcast:...

Duration:01:19:41

The Ghost Train Fire

5/18/2021
You give your ticket to the collector and you sit in a carriage. The ride starts. It's pitch black and cobwebs are skimming your head. The carriage twists and turns, skeletons are popping up, and your heart is beating fast. People are screaming and squealing in delight. Then the screams change. It's hot, it's dark and you smell smoke. And the screams become screams of terror. This is the Ghost Train Fire. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:05:27

CrimeConversations

5/6/2021
CrimeCon UK has launched a brand-new podcast in the lead-up to the first-ever UK live event. Each episode sees two favourite podcasts – who will be in London on 25/26 September – uniting to reveal how they got involved in true crime, the cases that have stuck in their minds and what makes a great show. In this episode, we met up with Bethan and Mark from Seeing Red, where we got to know them and their podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:00:45:08

The Tube Sock Murders

5/4/2021
Between March and December 1985, a series of murders occurred in remote areas of Grant, Lewis, and Pierce Counties in the State of Washington. The victims were all unmarried couples, who decided to venture out into the rugged wilderness of the State. Two of the murders were seemingly linked by a possible signature left by the murderer. Were these murders the work of a serial killer? Or is it possible that the murders were committed by one of the victims himself? --- Support this podcast:...

Duration:01:15:29

Murder on the 1416: The Murder of Deborah Linsley

4/27/2021
Boarding a train in the middle of the afternoon isn’t something you’d usually be afraid of. A train journey that takes just over 30 minutes with multiple stops takes next to no time really. And Over 70 people on the train with you, would make you feel much safer. But for 26 year old Debbie Linsley, this would be the last journey she’d ever take. And the last time anyone saw her alive. Just 34 minutes after being dropped to the station by her brother, her body was found in a train carriage...

Duration:01:18:28

Mercy or Murder: The Case of Dr. William Husel

4/20/2021
On December 5, 2018, Mount Carmel Health System in Columbus, Ohio fired Dr. William Husel after an investigation into his treatment of patients as the late shift physician in the hospital’s intensive care unit. The investigation had started less than two months prior, when the first of three formal reports regarding Husel’s care were submitted to hospital administration. These reports, filed by two hospital pharmacists, raised concerns over Dr. Husel’s use of excessive painkillers in his...

Duration:01:21:43

Lady of the Dunes

4/13/2021
In July 1974, a 13 year old girl discovered the body of a Caucasian female in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The body of this unidentified woman would take investigators on a journey through mob connections, a jailhouse break, and even into Hollywood. This is the case on the Lady of the Dunes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:06:27

The Murder of Robert Eric Wone

3/30/2021
On the night of August 2, 2006, a 9-1-1 call was made from 1509 Swann Street NW in Washington D.C. Inside the guest room of this million dollar Dupont Circle townhouse, 32-year-old Robert Eric Wone was lying mortally wounded on the bed after being stabbed three times. Who killed Robert Eric Wone and why? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:21:48

The Case of Sandy Drummond

3/23/2021
In 1991, the body of a 33 year old former soldier was found on a farm track close to his home in Fife, Scotland. There were no marks on his body, but he had been murdered with a jiu-jitsu stranglehold. Who killed Sandy Drummond and why? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:18:56

The Disappearance of Amy Wroe Bechtel

3/16/2021
24 year old Amy Wroe Bechtel was an Olympic marathon hopeful, amateur photographer, friend, employee, daughter, sister, wife. When Amy woke up on Thursday, July 24, 1997, in Lander, Wyoming, she created a list of tasks that she wanted to accomplish for the day. Last on that list was to run amongst the tall tress of the Shoshone National Forest. But Amy was to never return home from that run. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crimepedia/support

Duration:01:17:02