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Welcome to the Quiet End






Introducing: The Devil Within

It’s a case that has haunted Jefferson Township, New Jersey, for more than 30 years. On a snowy January night, 14-year-old Tommy Sullivan did the unthinkable: he murdered his mother in cold blood, set fire to their house, and then took his own life. Out of the flames of this horrible tragedy, investigations revealed that […] The post Introducing: The Devil Within appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Burning Down the House: Robin Lee Row

In the early morning of February 10, 1992, Robin Lee Row’s two-story duplex in Boise, Idaho, was engulfed in flames. Robin wasn’t home that morning. She had spent the night at a friend’s house after a fight with her husband, Randy Row. But at 3am, Robin had a premonition of the fire. She woke her […] The post Burning Down the House: Robin Lee Row appeared first on Tiegrabber.


For the Love of Money: Barbara Stager

Police were surprised by Barbara Stager’s lack of emotion when her 40-year-old second husband, Russ Stager, died from an accidental gunshot wound to his head. Within days, Barbara called her insurance company to cash in on Russ’s life insurance policy. She would collect her money and life would go on for her and her children. […] The post For the Love of Money: Barbara Stager appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Killer Party: The Murders of Mary Jo & Blake Hadley

Tyler Hadley’s parents were trying to get the 17-year-old to make better decisions in his life. Since his early teens, he had been using drugs, stealing, and showing a fascination for violence. His mother Mary Jo loved her son fiercely, never giving up on him and describing him as a sensitive boy. As he sunk […] The post Killer Party: The Murders of Mary Jo & Blake Hadley appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Introducing: The Vaping Fix

Two young Silicon Valley entrepreneurs set out to rid the world of smoking with an incredible new product. The device stands to disrupt the tobacco industry and make them rich, until it falls into the wrong hands and lives are ruined. From classrooms to hospitals, boardrooms to the Oval Office, what can be done to […] The post Introducing: The Vaping Fix appeared first on Tiegrabber.


The Hand that Rocks the Cradle: Kathleen Folbigg

Kathleen Folbigg has lived a life filled with tragedy. As a child, her father murdered her mother, leaving her to grow up in foster care. But Kathleen seemed to have overcome her difficult past when she married her husband Craig and they set out to start a family. In 1989, Kathleen’s infant son Caleb died. […] The post The Hand that Rocks the Cradle: Kathleen Folbigg appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Overdue Motorists: Alan & Terra Bates

Divorce and child custody battles can be brutal, but they rarely end in murder. In February, 2002, Alan Bates and his wife Terra were excited to pick up his two daughters from the home of his ex-wife, Jessica McCord. His relationship with Jessica had been acrimonious since the divorce, but he loved his girls and […] The post Overdue Motorists: Alan & Terra Bates appeared first on Tiegrabber.


The Devil They Knew: Calyx & Beau Schenecker

The Schenecker family home was in a nice neighborhood; the kind of place couples choose to raise a family. Julie, her husband Parker, and their two children, Calyx and Beau, seemed to be living the good life in their spacious home located on a cul-de-sac in a gated community. But on January 28, 2011, the […] The post The Devil They Knew: Calyx & Beau Schenecker appeared first on Tiegrabber.


The Bradford Bishop Murders

William Bradford Bishop, Jr., was born and raised to succeed. With classic good looks, cultured parents, and a Yale education, he expected a lot out of life. As an adult, he married a beautiful woman who gave him three healthy sons. They travelled the world, eventually settling into a Maryland suburb. Bishop built a career […] The post The Bradford Bishop Murders appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Introducing: In God We Lust

A woman named Becki is lounging by the pool at the Fontainebleau Hotel when she decides to proposition a strapping pool attendant. Go on a date with her…and her husband. What begins as an unconventional proposition will soon throw them all into the international spotlight. And that’s because the couple is none other than Jerry Falwell […] The post Introducing: In God We Lust appeared first on Tiegrabber.


When Darkness Fell: Jennifer Cave

Jennifer Cave and Colton Pitonyak had their addiction to drugs in common, but they were otherwise two very different people. Jennifer was known as a caring person who tried to help everyone she met. Pitonyak was a drug dealer with a growing propensity for violence. In August of 2005, when Jennifer didn’t show up for […] The post When Darkness Fell: Jennifer Cave appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Mommy’s Little Moneymakers: The Ellen Boehm Story

Ellen Boehm’s husband left her for another woman, abandoning his three children without visitation or financial support. With only her secretarial job to support them, Ellen had to move her children out of the family home and into an apartment building. Money was tight, but Ellen had some strange priorities. She was crazy about professional […] The post Mommy’s Little Moneymakers: The Ellen Boehm Story appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Shasta’s Story: The Crimes Against the Groene Family

In the spring of 2005, brother and sister Shasta and Dylan Groene were just normal kids, out playing in their yard in their bathing suits. Neither they nor their parents had any way of knowing that a violent pedophile was watching them. Joseph Duncan III, recently paroled, had been trolling the area, looking for fresh […] The post Shasta’s Story: The Crimes Against the Groene Family appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Introducing My Fugitive

Nina Gilden Seavey was twelve on May 5, 1970, the day an Air Force building in St. Louis burned to the ground. Her dad represented a young man accused of the crime: Howard Mechanic. Facing serious federal time, Howard went on the run and became one of the longest-running fugitives in U.S. history. As an […] The post Introducing My Fugitive appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Killing Dad: Alex & Derek King

On November 26, 2001, the fire department of Cantonment, Florida, was called to the burning home of Terry King. Terry was dead in his reclining chair, but he had not been overcome by smoke. He had been bludgeoned to death. Once the fire was extinguished, concerns turned to Terry’s two sons, Derek, 13, and Alex, […] The post Killing Dad: Alex & Derek King appeared first on Tiegrabber.


The Vanishing Bride-to-Be: Annie Le

Graduate student Annie Le disappeared from her lab at Yale University just five days before her wedding. When she was first reported missing, investigators theorized that she had cold feet and had likely run off for some time alone. But Annie’s family and friends didn’t believe Annie would do that. She was very much in […] The post The Vanishing Bride-to-Be: Annie Le appeared first on Tiegrabber.


The Grindr Killer: Stephen Port

In September, 2015, 25-year-old Jack Taylor was found dead in the graveyard of St. Margaret’s Church in East London. Jack was not the first young man to be found dead under unexplained circumstances, all within a few hundred yards of each other. It was initially believed that these deaths resulted from drug overdoses, but Jack’s […] The post The Grindr Killer: Stephen Port appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Cashing In: Karl Karlsen

How much are your loved ones worth to you? Priceless, right? You cannot put a dollar amount on a person’s life. Not so for Karl Karlson. There were so many tragedies and coincidences in his life that his second wife suspected him of two murders and several instances of insurance fraud. In fact, she became […] The post Cashing In: Karl Karlsen appeared first on Tiegrabber.


Gone & Never Forgotten: The Kathy Stobaugh Story

Kathy Stobaugh married the wrong man. Once she realized her mistake, she did everything right in order to set off on a better course. She worked full-time, went back to college, and accomplished her dream of becoming a kindergarten teacher. Saving her money, she rented a new house and moved there with her two children. […] The post Gone & Never Forgotten: The Kathy Stobaugh Story appeared first on Tiegrabber.


The Disappearance of Janet March

On the morning of Friday, August 16, 1996, Marissa Moody brought her 6-year-old son to the impressive home of Janet and Perry March to have a play date with 5-year-old Sammy March. The March family seemed like the picture-perfect family, but Marissa never felt comfortable around Perry March. He was intimidating and snubbed her at […] The post The Disappearance of Janet March appeared first on Tiegrabber.