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The Doodler

4/19/2019
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The 70's were a scary time to live in California. Multiple serial killers terrorized the state. Most, like the zodiac, are well known, but the doodler remains a mystery, partially because those he targeted were part of the lgbtq community... Promo - Coast to Ghost

Duration:00:57:44

Amy Lynn Bradley

4/15/2019
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A young woman disappears from a cruise ship... (PS RACHEL MADE IT BACK FROM VACATION)

Duration:02:40:54

Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?

4/5/2019
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NOTE: this is a bonus episode we did for donors around Halloween. Due to audio problems, we don't have an episode this week so we are releasing it for you now. "Who put Bella in the Wych Elm?" After a woman's skeleton is found in a tree in Hagley woods, mysterious graffiti begins to appear.

Duration:01:25:55

Survivors

3/29/2019
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We end women's history month with stories of women who survived crimes despite terrible odds. NOTE: Jayme Closs's kidnapper has appeared in court since this recording. He pled guilty.

Duration:00:52:10

Women Mass Murderers

3/25/2019
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CW - Mass Shooting If you need support, please contact 1-800-273-8255, the suicide prevention hotline.

Duration:00:49:13

Hate Crimes in Ireland and the start of the Irish Gay Rights Movement

3/15/2019
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Happy St. Patrick's day! We are bringing you the stories that sparked the Gay Rights Movement in Ireland.

Duration:00:23:03

Mothers Who Kill (Andrea Yates and Diane Downs)

3/8/2019
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We take it for granted that mothers want to protect their children.. what happens when they are the ones that hurt them?

Duration:00:49:00

Women Spies

3/1/2019
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We start our Women's History Month Series with a collection of Spy stories. First, "exotic" Mata Hari, who was actually not a great spy... Then Josephine Baker, A black woman who spied against the Nazis and worked for Civil Rights. Then Rose Greenhow, who spied for the wrong side (confederates) but whose tenacity is legendary.

Duration:01:32:05

The Lindbergh Baby

2/22/2019
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Charles Lindbergh Sr. was a famous aviator. Charles Lindbergh Jr. would be the victim of a kidnapping leading to the trial of the century.

Duration:00:36:07

Colin Pitchfork

2/17/2019
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Two rapes and murders were committed in a small village in the United Kingdom. They went unsolved until someone thought to try DNA technology for the first time. Promo for Writing about Crime.

Duration:00:55:10

Emmett Till

2/8/2019
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Some murders change the course of history. This is one of those stories: A murder that would turn into the civil rights movement. This episode is sponsored by Sudio. Use code YOURSINMURDERPOD to get 15% off headphones. sudio.com/us

Duration:00:56:17

Nannie Doss

2/3/2019
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Nannie Doss would also be known as Lady Bluebeard or the Giggling Granny. Between the 1920's and 1954, she murdered at least 11 people, including several husbands with arsenic. This episode is sponsored by Sudio. Use code YOURSINMURDERPOD to get 15% off headphones. sudio.com/us

Duration:00:44:15

L'affaire de petit Gregory

1/25/2019
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A four year old boy disappeared from his front yard in northeastern France. A mysterious personality intimidated his family through phone calls and letters before and after his disappearance. Every time that the police came close to answers, they were faced with another twist and corruption within the court system. This is the case of little Gregory Villemin.

Duration:01:04:21

The Bone Wars

1/20/2019
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Crime isn't always murder. Sometimes it's scientific fraud and multiple felonies. Such was the case when the "Great Dinosaur Rush" turned into "The Bone Wars"

Duration:00:50:54

More Flags, More Death: Amusement Parks

1/11/2019
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We continue our negligence series with the Six Flags chain of amusement parks! Promo for Beyond your Nightmares.

Duration:00:45:16

Texas Seven

1/4/2019
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In December of 2000, seven men escaped from a Texas Prison.

Duration:02:01:58

Lawson Family Murders

12/23/2018
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Content warning: Death of Children, incest On Christmas Day, 1929, a whole family would be murdered by their father. Promo from Rusty Hinges.

Duration:01:52:32

"Deadliest" Place on Earth: Amusement Parks

12/10/2018
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This series is not going to be presented in a row, but as a break over the next few months, occasionally we will cover accidents and crimes from amusement parks. This week we start at Disneyland.

Duration:00:36:53

Happy Land Social Club Fire

11/30/2018
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In 1990, 87 people would die in a social club fire in New York. Why? Because a man heard his girlfriend wouldn't get back together with him... so he tried to kill her and punish her job.

Duration:00:49:10

Ice Queens: Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding

11/19/2018
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In 1994, Women's Figure Skating would go from being a pretty thing people watch on tv... to a crime.

Duration:00:59:43