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36: WHITE COLLAR: The Dalkon Shield
With the permission from the team over at Swindled Podcast, we are covering one of their best True Crime stories. It’s a story of lies.... cover-ups... = and murder. But murder that was done out in the open while a company actually profited from women’s deaths. In today’s episode, we are discussing the Dalkon Shield, an IUD that killed at least twenty women, hurt hundreds of thousands, and is still being used overseas today Huge thanks to Swindled Podcast for their research into this...
34: CAPTURED: Monster in Fort Wayne
On July 15, 2018 Police finally made an arrest in the 30-year unsolved murder of April Marie Tinsley. In this breaking clip Ashley calls Brit to tell her the news. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
34: MURDERED: Angela Mischelle Lawless
In November 1992, Mischelle Lawless was found by passersbys deceased in her car with the headlights on and vehicle still running. Police have spent decades trying to piece together what happened to Mischelle that night. Who would she have pulled over for? Where was she headed? And even though a man served 16 years for her murder the current sherriff is convinced they still have not captured Mishelle's killer and it could all be tied back to the man... or men... who initially found her...
MISSING: Ashley and Brit
Hey Crime Junkies! Instead of working on a new episode this week, we were working on something you've been asking for for a long time... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
33: CONSPIRACY: The Women of Juarez
Since 1993, women in Juarez, Mexico have been dying violent deaths. Is this the work of one killer or multiple and why did the State Police work so hard to convince the public that it was the work of a man who was incarcerated, while many of the murders were still being committed? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
32: SERIAL KILLER: The Claremont Killer
Since 1996, people in Claremont had been looking over their shoulders when they go out for a night on the town. Over the span of a few years, three girls were taken from the same place in nearly identical fashions. Many years later, those crimes would be connected to other attacks dating back to 1988. And somehow, in 2016, a man was arrested for these crimes... But we still don't know exactly how police got his name. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
31: MISSING: Sage Smith
On November 20, 2012, Sage Smith left her home at 5:30 for a date. She was seen alone at 6:30 talking to someone on the phone and then possibly sighted one more time at 7:00 at a cafe, again alone. Her father and friends were advocates and attempted to investigate her disappearance on their own, but ended up in the same place where the police ended up. At a dead end. No one has seen her since and police are still looking to speak with the man she last communicated with that day. Learn more...
30: UPDATE: Katelin Akens
In this update episode, Ashley gets the chance to talk to Lisa, Katelin's mom, about Katelin's case, and like, you all asked... What about Katelin's step-father? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
29: MURDERED: Sylvia Likens
Sylvia was a happy, beautiful 16 year old when her parents left her and her sister in the care of Gertrude Baniszewski while they went on the road for work. But, within a few short months, Sylvia was beaten, humiliated, and ultimately left to die from neglect and severe abuse, inflicted by not only Gertrude, but the Baniszewski children, and neighborhood kids as well.
28: SERIAL KILLER: The Green River Killer
Through the 80's & 90's, women in the state of Washington were turning up dead. First, along the Green River, then in other clusters throughout the state and even into Portland, Oregon. Not only had these women been murdered but their killer would re-visit their corpses and sexually assault them multiple times until their corpses were fully decomposed and consumed by maggots. A man named Gary Ridgeway had been pointed out by a number of witnesses as being the Green River Killer but police...
27: MISSING: Misty Copsey
In September of 1992, a young teenager named Misty Copsey went missing after visiting the local fair in Puyallup, Washington with her best friend. Almost 26 years have passed and all we have are a handful of suspicious suspects, a pair of jeans found at a site that could be linked to a serial killer, and a rogue private citizen whose efforts to try to solve the case have become an obsession that might actually be distracting from the real investigation.
26: CAPTURED: Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible's Killer
In April of 2018, we were all talking about the capture of the Gold State Killer but did you know another long-time cold case was solved that same week? On December 29,1999, best friends Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman were having a sleepover at Ashley's house. Sometime in the early morning hours of December 30th, Ashley's parents were murdered and their home set on fire. The two girls were never seen again. For years, theories surrounded this case. Did Someone take the girls? Were the...
25: MURDERED: Amber Tuccaro // Henry McCabe
This week we tell you not one but two stories that have been underreported despite the terrifying audio capture shortly before each of their deaths.