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The Rockwell Art Heist w/ Bruce Rubenstein & The 3rd Northwestern National Bank Robbery and Murders

1/5/2019
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First, a recounting of the December 1932 robbery of the Third Northwestern National Bank, where the Barker Karpis gang murdered three before making their way back to the safety of Saint Paul. Then, Bruce Rubenstein, author of The Rockwell Heist, tells the strange story of the theft and eventual recovery of a number of Norman Rockwell paintings from an art gallery in St. Louis Park in 1978. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:41:27

Dirty Doc Ames & the Scandal That Shook Minneapolis

12/24/2018
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In a slight change of pace for Minnesota's Most Notorious, I invite my sister Alison to interview me about my political true crime book, published in April of this year, called Dirty Doc Ames & the Scandal That Shook Minneapolis, about the wild rise and fall of one of the most colorful and corrupt politicians in Minnesota history, Albert Alonzo "Doc" Ames. In 1901, Doc was elected for a fourth term as mayor of Minneapolis, where he proceeded to fire half of the police force and go on a...

Duration:01:02:07

The 1929 Schuch Family Murders in Waseca

12/15/2018
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A couple of years ago, I released a "mini-episode" on Most Notorious, which included a story of the murder of members of the Schuch family in Waseca in 1929. A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Jen Barr, granddaughter of one of the girls, Wilhemenia, who discovered the bodies of her family almost 90 years ago. We revisit the story, and I talk to Jen about her own investigation into the long-ago murders on this episode of Minnesota's Most Notorious: Where Blood Runs Cold. Learn more about...

Duration:00:51:19

The 1885 Attempted Assassination of Sitting Bull & The 1932 Murder of Abe Wagner by Murder, Inc.

12/8/2018
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First, the strange story of the attempted murder of Dakota Indian chief Sitting Bull at the Grand Opera House in Saint Paul in 1885. Then, I speak to Jeff Neuberger, archivist and historian for the Saint Paul Police Historical Society, who tells the story of Abe Wagner, who was pistol-whipped to death on University Avenue by two contract killers hired by New York City's notorious Murder, Incorporated. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:37:09

The 1905 St. Paul Murders of Mary & Johnny Keller & the 1935 East Grand Forks Murder of Ray Ruud

12/1/2018
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First up, the story of the strange relationship between 28 year old steamfitter William Williams and 16 year old Johnny Keller in 1905 Saint Paul, which led to the murders of both Johnny and his mother Mary. Then, an interview with Christine Hill, who is trying to solve the murder of her grandmother's cousin, Ray Ruud, who was shot while driving his cab in East Grand Forks in 1935. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:53:47

Interview: Saint Mudd: A Novel of Gangsters and Saints w/ Steve Thayer

11/9/2018
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I'm excited to share my interview with Steve Thayer, New York Times bestselling author, about a book that was very important in my life, a book that ultimately led me on a path that would take me to creating and hosting the Most Notorious Podcast. Saint Mudd: A Novel of Gangsters and Saints, centers around a World War I-ravaged newspaperman named Grover Mudd, who gets mixed up in the seedy and violent Saint Paul underworld of the 1930s. Steve tells the compelling story about his successful...

Duration:00:53:47

Halloween Episode: Ghosts of Saint Paul

10/27/2018
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Historic Saint Paul has it's share of spooky ghost stories, and in celebration of the Halloween holiday, here are three of these paranormal tales, presented in full audio glory. 1) The Ghost of Charlie Pitts on Como Lake 2) The Wabasha Street Caves/Castle Royale Nightclub 3) The Ghost of Joseph Forepaugh and "Molly" at Forepaugh's Restaurant Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:27:34

Interview: Marjorie Congdon and the Glensheen Murders w/ Sharon Darby Hendry - A True Crime History Podcast

10/17/2018
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In this special interview episode of Where Blood Runs Cold, I interview Sharon Henry Darby, author of Glensheen's Daughter, about the notorious Minnesota murderer and arsonist Marjorie Congdon, who besides allegedly conspiring to murder her mother Elizabeth Congdon at the famous Glensheen Mansion in Duluth, also left a trail of fire and death for the next three decades across the country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:49:30

The 1909 St. Paul Murder of Louis Arbogast - Part Two - A True Crime History Podcast

10/17/2018
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In this second part to the story, a member of the Arbogast family is put on trial for murder, although it may not be someone initially suspected by police. Also, a myriad of possible motives are discussed, primarily based on an intimate relationship between two people in the family. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:41:02

The 1909 St. Paul Murder of Louis Arbogast - Part One -A True Crime History Podcast

10/3/2018
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The quiet, slumbering neighborhood of Seven Corners was awakened in the early morning hours of May 13, 1909, by the terrified screams of the Arbogast family. Louis Arbogast, prosperous Saint Paul butcher, had been murdered in his bed, but the doors to the house had been locked shut, and his five daughters and wife were not talking. In part one of this story, police detectives investigate the murder, gather evidence, and focus on one particular family member with an especially suspicious...

Duration:00:26:45

Introducing 'Minnesota's Most Notorious: Where Blood Runs Cold' - A True Crime History Podcast

9/1/2018
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Erik Rivenes, host of the popular Most Notorious Podcast, explains why he decided to start a new podcast devoted to Minnesota true crime history, and what listeners can expect to come. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:03:34