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Crime is bigger in Texas y'all! A conversational true crime podcast hosted by Texas natives Erin and Shea. New episodes drop weekly. Crime is bigger in Texas, ya'll!A conversational true crime podcast hosted by Texas natives Erin and Shea. New episodes drop weekly. Crime is bigger in Texas, ya'll!

Crime is bigger in Texas y'all! A conversational true crime podcast hosted by Texas natives Erin and Shea. New episodes drop weekly. Crime is bigger in Texas, ya'll!A conversational true crime podcast hosted by Texas natives Erin and Shea. New episodes drop weekly. Crime is bigger in Texas, ya'll!
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Crime is bigger in Texas y'all! A conversational true crime podcast hosted by Texas natives Erin and Shea. New episodes drop weekly. Crime is bigger in Texas, ya'll!A conversational true crime podcast hosted by Texas natives Erin and Shea. New episodes drop weekly. Crime is bigger in Texas, ya'll!

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Ep 59: Ambushed

10/5/2019
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In November of 2015, a man in black shot at Judge Julie Kocurek 4 times and disappeared. The hunt for the shooter led investigators to the leader of a Houston criminal enterprise. Join us as Erin describes the many crimes of the alleged perpetrator and how Texas became changed for the better. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop:...

Duration:01:04:18

Ep 58: Close to Home

9/11/2019
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Today's case covers a murder in South Central Texas from 2002. This story comes to us from the small town of Navasota where it shocked a community when one of their own residents was gunned down in their own home. This case is a big 'whodunnit' that consists of a web of suspects, a series of weird circumstances, a variety of forensic evidence, bombshells, twists and turns, but at its heart it remains a shocking tragic loss to a rural community. So sit back and get ready because we have a ton...

Duration:01:12:33

Ep 57: The Missing Airman

8/29/2019
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In January of 2005, Air Force Staff Sergeant Michael Severance disappeared from his San Angelo home without a trace. Multiple law enforcement agencies and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations teamed up to investigate the case. While his disappearance was initially thought to be a case of desertion, it takes a sharp turn to homicide once his body was recovered. The main source for this episode can be found here: www.goodreads.com/book/show/6628226-a-poisoned-passion Visit our...

Duration:01:04:16

Ep 56: Houston Double Homicide

7/26/2019
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On March 7, 2014, Crystal Jackson and Britney Cosby went missing from their Houston home. Their bodies were later discovered abandoned in a Galveston alleyway. What could have happened to these two young people who had their whole lives ahead of them? The answer will leave you shocked at what evils can exist, even within your own family. If you would like to donate to the fundraiser featured in this week's episode, here's the link:...

Duration:01:04:59

Ep 55: The Houston Pickaxe Murders

7/12/2019
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On June 13, 1983, the bodies of Jerry Dean and Deborah Thornton were found horrifically beaten to death with a pickaxe. Seventeen days later, Danny Garret and Karla Faye Tucker were arrested for the double homicide. After Tucker becomes a born-again Christian in prison, she launches a campaign for clemency that sets off an international debate about redemption and the death penalty. If you would like to donate to the fundraiser featured in this week's episode, here's the link:...

Duration:01:08:02

Ep 54: Hit and Run, the Brian Deneke Story

6/15/2019
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This week we delve into a turf war between jocks and punk teens in Amarillo that ultimately resulted in the death of a nineteen year old. We discuss whether the punishment fits the crime as well as how important image can be during a murder trial. In Good News Erin brings us a compelling story of Texan survival. Download the PodCoin app right now on iPhone or Android, and use the special code CATTLE and get 300 Podcoin just for signing up. Visit Dukecannon.com right now and get 15% off...

Duration:01:07:00

Ep 53: A Toxic Relationship

6/2/2019
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In May of 2013 three letters contaminated with ricin were mailed to President Barack Obama, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and Michael Glaze, the director of the nonprofit organization Mayors Against Illegal Guns. An actress named Shannon Guess Richardson stepped forward to accuse her husband of being involved, but the true story may not be so simple. This case also brought to light the Mail Isolation Control and Tracking program, a secret mass surveillance system that monitors all mail...

Duration:01:03:06

Ep 52: The Wedgwood Shooting

5/11/2019
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On September 15, 1999 the Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth was celebrating its Wednesday night youth services after a nationwide See You at the Pole Rally in remembrance of the Columbine shooting. A man entered the church and opened fire, killing seven people, mostly children. The shooting would have a lasting effect on political discourse about gun violence and on Texas legislation. For $20 dollars off an Away suitcase go to awaytravel.com/cattle and use promo code: cattle during...

Duration:01:04:40

Ep 51: The Said Sisters

4/26/2019
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On January 1, 2008, Amina and Sarah Said were murdered by the one man supposed to protect them- their own father. Yaser Abdel Said is still at large. Listen as Erin describes this heartbreaking case from Irving, Texas and the current efforts to bring Said to justice. Later, Shea tells us some good news about Willie Nelson and his rescue horses. For $20 dollars off an Away suitcase go to awaytravel.com/cattle and use promo code: cattle during checkout. Visit our Patreon page to support the...

Duration:03:36:39

Ep 50: The Tale of Two Tocayos, Part 2

4/14/2019
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In the shocking conclusion of this story, Shea describes the life and crimes of Carlos Hernandez, the man some believe was actually responsible for the murder of Wanda Jean Lopez. Learn all the details of the case and the crime scene evidence that was mishandled, ignored, or lost. Did Texas execute an innocent man? Go to GreenChef.us/cattle to get $50 off your first box of Green Chef. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards:...

Duration:04:44:38

Ep 49: The Tale of Two Tocayos, Part 1

4/5/2019
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On Friday, February 4, 1983, 24-year-old Wanda Jean Lopez was fatally stabbed during her night shift at the Sigmor Shamrock gas station in south Corpus Christi. Witnesses positively identified a man, Carlos DeLuna, who was found hiding in the area as Wanda's killer. He was ultimately arrested, convicted, and executed for murder. But DeLuna always claimed innocence, pointing to another mysterious man as the killer. Was DeLuna fabricating his story, or had he been telling the truth the entire...

Duration:03:55:01

Ep 48: The Texas Rangers

3/19/2019
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In this special episode, Shea takes us through the history of the Texas Rangers, the most specialized and unique statewide law enforcement agency in the country. We'll learn how Rangers' roles have evolved from their dark inception in the early 1800s to their place today as an elite police force. The episode ends with two stories where Texas Rangers saved the day. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our...

Duration:01:06:52

Ep 47: Murdered and Missing in Lockhart

3/12/2019
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On December 27th, 1993, Latricia White was found murdered in her home. The main suspect, her boyfriend Lee "Dub" Wackerhagen, and his son Chance have not been seen since. Did Lee commit murder, kidnap his son, and go into hiding? Or is it possible that Lee and Chance were also victims of foul play? Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://allcrimenocattle.threadless.com. Find us on...

Duration:02:39:04

Ep 46: The Flatline Murder

3/4/2019
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On February 20, 2015, Jose Mendoza was shot and killed at his favorite fishing spot. Mendoza was a husband, father, and popular hip-hop artist from Corpus Christi who went by the name Flatline. The killer admitted to shooting Flatline but claimed the act was in self-defense. It has been 4 years since Flatline's death and his friends and family are still left wondering what actually happened that fateful night. Watch the music video for "When The Children Cry":...

Duration:01:22:19

Ep 45: Disappearance In The Desert

2/21/2019
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Thinking he was about to land his dream job, Gary Patterson traveled from his hometown of Waco to El Paso for a job interview...and then disappeared. Shea takes us from the west Texas desert to the coast of Honduras on this wild ride to find out what happened to Gary. In Good News, a tiger found abandoned in a Houston home finds his forever home in an east Texas sanctuary. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check...

Duration:01:16:35

Ep 44: The Texas Eyeball Killer, Part 3

2/14/2019
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Blankets! Squirrel tails! Pickled snakes! Hair analysis galore! All this and more is presented in the third and final episode of our series on the Eyeball Killer. And Shea covers a Good News story out of Midland of a lost little girl and her search to find the man who saved her. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://allcrimenocattle.threadless.com. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and...

Duration:01:09:03

Ep 43: The Texas Eyeball Killer, Part 2

2/7/2019
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Erin describes the life of Charles Albright, the man suspected of murdering Mary Pratt, Susan Peterson, and Shirley Williams and of attacking multiple other Oak Cliff women. And- surprise!- this is not the end of the series after all. The 3rd and final installment will be available this weekend. In Good News, Shea has an outrageously sweet story about a little girl's special birthday party. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards:...

Duration:00:56:29

Ep 42: The Texas Eyeball Killer, Part 1

1/25/2019
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ACNC finally returns with part one of the highly anticipated case of the Eyeball Killer. Also known as the Dallas Ripper and the Dallas Slasher, this killer targeted women in the Dallas neighborhood of Oak Cliff during the years 1990-1991. Then in Good News Shea brings us a rescue story about a miniature horse. And finally we wrap things up with shout-outs for our Patrons. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check...

Duration:03:57:28

First Anniversary Spectacular!

12/22/2018
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Our First Anniversary Spectacular has arrived! Tune in to this special episode for two of the most bizarre Texas true crime stories of 2018. Next, we read some listener mail and answer some questions from listeners and fellow podcaster friends. Finally, we present to you our blooper reel comprised of flubs, weird comments, and strange noises from our first year in business. Thank you all for helping us celebrate ACNC's anniversary! Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some...

Duration:01:20:46

Ep 41: The Day Santa Stole Christmas

12/19/2018
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Episode 41: This year for our holiday episode we cover one of the bloodiest Christmases in Texas history as we discuss the Santa Claus Bank Robbery of 1927. Join us on the time-traveling trip back to a horrifying holiday. Afterwards Erin has good news that relates to a pivotal scene from National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop:...

Duration:01:16:41