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Whispered stories of true crime, weird disappearances, strange mysteries, wild adventures, spooky things, funny things. Every story will be 100 percent true.
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Whispered stories of true crime, weird disappearances, strange mysteries, wild adventures, spooky things, funny things. Every story will be 100 percent true.

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English

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CONVICTED BY RUMOR - 1819

1/11/2019
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The story of two brothers, Jesse and Stephen Boorn, who were convicted of a murder that they did not commit, in Vermont, 1819 -- and the wild story of how they eventually proved their innocence. This is believed to be the first reported case of a wrongful conviction in the United States. SHOW NOTES WILL BE POSTED BY 01/12/2019. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Duration:01:38:09

CHRISTMAS INSIDE BARBED WIRE - 1944

12/19/2018
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Christmas day, in a Prisoner of War camp, in Nazi Germany, 1944. HISTORICAL REFERENCES: Guise, Kim, Kriegie Christmas, 1944 Henderson, Suzy, Christmas in Captivity EXIT APHORISM Source: Goodrich, Richelle E., Smile Anyway: Quotes, Verse, and Grumblings for Every Day of the Year Episode includes Promos for: True Crime Historian The Unseen CONTACT - KIT CAREN (host) E-Mail: WhisperedTrueStories@gmail.com Twitter: @WhisperedTrue @KitCaren This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Duration:00:19:28

THE STRANGE DEATH OF CAROL WAYNE - 1985

11/21/2018
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Carol Wayne was an American television and film actress and comedian, who was very famous in the 1960s through the early 1980s, because of her numerous guest appearances on TV sitcoms, late night talk shows, and game shows. This episode tells the story of her career, and her mysterious death in Mexico, in 1985. HISTORICAL REFERENCES: Carol Wayne – Internet Movie Database Page (list of TV and Film roles, and brief biography). Carol Wayne – Wikipedia Biography Actress Carol Wayne Drowns...

Duration:00:38:09

MOONLIGHT AND THE PRESIDENT

11/4/2018
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A Murder! Moonlight! The President! And - You! HISTORICAL REFERENCES: The Trial of William 'Duff' Armstrong ("Almanac Trial") Abraham Lincoln, the Almanac, and a Murder Trial Lincoln’s Most Famous Court Case: The Almanac Trial Gridley, J.N., Lincoln's Defense of Duff Armstrong: The Story of the Trial and the Almanac (1910). Duff Armstrong - Wikipedia William "Duff" Armstrong - Find A Grave Memorial Page Hill, Fredrick Trevor, Lincoln, The Lawyer (1912), and free Audiobook version...

Duration:00:15:54

THE WEIRD TALE OF THE DUMB PRISONER - 1878

10/26/2018
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The strange story behind the story of an inmate in prison in Massachusetts, is revealed, in 1878, after a petition for a pardon is filed on his behalf, ten years after his conviction for the murder of a teen girl. This episode shares the story with you – told entirely in whisper. HISTORICAL REFERENCES: The Boston Sun, February 27, 1878. Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 8, 1878. Chesterton, G.K., The Napoleon of Notting Hill (1904) Cosimo edition (2007), p. 10 CONTACT - KIT CAREN...

Duration:01:10:13

THE MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF ETHEL ROSE ROGERS - 1951

10/12/2018
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In 1951, Ethel Rose Rogers was a student at Lousiana State University who was found dead from a gunshot in her dormitory room. According to the official ruling, her death was accidental. But, was it – really? Could it actually have been a homicide, or a suicide? This episode shares her story with you – entirely in whisper. HISTORICAL REFERENCES The Monroe News-Star, November 4, 1951 (Monroe, Louisiana). The Greenwood Commonwealth, November 3, 1951 Greenwood, Mississippi. The Monroe...

Duration:00:40:45