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A podcast about the lesser known murders and crimes that have shaped the history of Colorado. Learn about dark tales from Denver and the murderous past of the Mile High City.

A podcast about the lesser known murders and crimes that have shaped the history of Colorado. Learn about dark tales from Denver and the murderous past of the Mile High City.
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United States

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A podcast about the lesser known murders and crimes that have shaped the history of Colorado. Learn about dark tales from Denver and the murderous past of the Mile High City.

Language:

English

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3039137816


Episodes

Historical Murders: Poisoned Punch, Bonus Killdozer Discussion

6/9/2018
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In this episode I bring you a case of potential insurance fraud and an original Denver black widow from 1901. I also talk a bit about the Killdozer incident.

Duration:00:13:52

William Lee "Wild Bill Cody" Neal

5/31/2018
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William Lee Neal went on a killing spree and murdered three women in the Lakewood, CO townhome of his first victim in 1998. He strapped another woman to a mattress and she witnessed a brutal murder. His story is full of cons and deceit as he wrapped women around his finger by telling them what they wanted to hear. Listen to the tale of how he persuaded them into his murder room and how he tried to talk his way into making people believe he was a gentleman.

Duration:00:50:30

Historical Murders: The 10 Year Old Murderer

5/12/2018
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Anton Woode was just 10 years old when he fatally shot his hunting buddy and took his watch and gun. He left his friend bleeding out while on his back in the middle of a prairie. Anton would become the youngest person in the United States at the time to be convicted of murder. Was he a cold hearted killer, or was he the product of an age of child labor and a victim of circumstance?

Duration:00:14:01

The Murder of Nancy Pfister

4/28/2018
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Aspen's Golden Girl was found murdered in her locked bedroom closet. The story that unfolded about her life was full of fun parties, reckless abandon and plenty of drama. The story about her death was equally bizarre and many believe the full story still isn't known. I walk through the case, the many people in it and the unique circumstances that led to this the so-called conclusion in the question of who murdered Nancy Pfister.

Duration:01:04:26

Historical Murders: The Smiling Stepmother

4/13/2018
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In the second episode of the Historical Murders segment, I cover the case of Pearl O'Loughlin. Ten year old Leona O'Loughlin, daughter of a Denver Detective, was found dead in Berkeley Lake in 1930. Who murdered her and why? This case was sensational news at the time and sent Denver into a frenzy.

Duration:00:19:10