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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

Contact:

3039137816


Episodes

The Bombing of Flight 629

8/1/2018
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The first ever bombing of a commercial airliner happened over Longmont, CO in 1955. The case was tragic and investigators paved the way for investigatory methods used to analyze plane crashes. They thought it was a malfunction, or possibly sabotage by a disgruntled union worker. The truth behind the bombing was far stranger than anyone could have imagined, and at the heart of it was the tumultuous relationship of a mother and son.

Duration:00:41:30

Historical Murders: The Happiest Man Who Ever Lived on Death Row

7/17/2018
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Joe Arridy was a mentally disabled man who was coerced into a confession and wrongly convicted for the murder of Dorothy Drain in Pueblo, CO in 1936. Despite the real killer already in custody in Pueblo, police continued to pursue the conviction of Arridy despite him having the mental capacity of a 4 year old. He spent his final years on death row playing with toy trains gifted to him by the warden. His case saw an unprecedented number of stays of execution.

Duration:00:20:00

The Murder of Alie Berrelez

6/25/2018
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May 18th, 1993 was one of the first warm days kicking off the start of summer in Colorado. Alie Berrelez played outside with her brother, only feet from their own front door. While their babysitter stepped inside briefly, Alie vanished. The case wouldn't be solved for nearly two decades.

Duration:00:23:56