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Iroquois Theatre Fire

Just after Christmas in 1903, the Iroquois Theatre in Chicago burned to the ground. Neglegence on the part of owner and staff led to 602 deaths, still the largest death toll in a single building fire in history. Join Rachel as she uses her theatre degree to lay some historical information on y’all.

Duration: 01:13:17

Robie Drake: Minisode

The trial of Robie Drake was mentioned in our John List episode. We go over the details in this minisode.

Duration: 00:38:52

DB Cooper

76 years ago today, a man aboard a flight from Portland to Seattle handed a flight attendent a note and got himself a spot in true crime history as the US’s only unsolved hijacking. With special guest - Jeff Hettrick (The Yours In Murder Dad)

Duration: 01:08:48

Luby’s Cafeteria Shooting

In 1991, before we had Sandy Hook and Virginia Tech, a lesser known mass shooting surpassed the body count of the McDonalds Massacre. Also in an eatery, the shooter’s motive? Misogeny. CONTAINS EXTRA ADULT LANGUAGE. TW: Mass Shooting

Duration: 00:40:16

John List

A man kills his entire family then manages to evade the police for 17 years.

Duration: 02:21:11

Podcaster’s Favorite Crimes - Part 2 (Mini)

Join us to listen to more of our Podfriends talk about their favorite crimes to cover or research. Thanks to: Edward - Unfound Cambo - True Crime Island Nina - Already Gone Casey and Samantha - True Crime Story Time Michael - Unresolved Rachel and David - All Bad Things Jen and Lindsay - Corpus Delicti Rosanne - Killafornia Dreaming

Duration: 00:47:46

Minisode: Porco Attack

Most ax murders seem to be the product of a bygone era… but this one is from 2004…

Duration: 00:11:39

Servant Girl Annihilator

WARNING - SEXUAL VIOLENCE Before Jack the Ripper, Before H. H. Holmes, a madman was slaughtering women in Texas with an ax…

Duration: 00:44:20

Villisca Axe Murders

Warning for child victims, sexual assault, and language. In 1912, the whole Moore family and two guests were brutally murdered.

Duration: 00:48:25

Hinterkaifeck (Not so Minisode)

In 1922 Germany, a family would be brutally murdered. All signs would point to the killer staying at their farm after the act. However, there were also mysterious signs before the murder that trouble was brewing. This is the third minisode of Ax Murder Month. Check out our new website: If you support us on Patreon, you’ll get a special ax murder month episode AND an original piece of Yours In Murder Cover Art! Please rate and review!

Duration: 00:35:19

Minisode 6: Murder at Taliesin

Frank Lloyd Wright remains America’s most famous Architect. But few know that his house was once the scene of a massacre.

Duration: 00:15:36

The Axe-Man of New Orleans

The second in our full episode series about ax murders. In 1918, the world was at war but New Orleans was under attack. A mysterious axe man was killing residents in their beds. Special thanks to August Roy, consulting linguist. Promo for Kiwi Crimes.

Duration: 01:07:56

Lizzie Borden Took an Ax . . .

In 1892, it was the talk of the town. Abby and Andrew Borden had been murdered and their daughter, Lizzie, was on trial for the crime. Full Episode 1 for Ax Murder Month Promo for True Crime Historian.

Duration: 00:47:04

Minisode 5: Frankie Silver - Ax Murder Month

As we have announced, October is Ax Murder Month and we are starting with a minisode. The case of Frankie Silver is a little known case from North Carolina. Join us on Monday for our SECOND episode this week. If you downloaded before and found the volume too quiet, delete the episode, refresh your feed and try again. Promo for True Crime Sisters.

Duration: 00:11:53

October is. . . .

Introducting our special topic for October and giving a little history. Promo for Misconduct.

Duration: 00:03:52

Minisode 4: Forensic Flops

We generally like to think that the people charged with upholding our legal system do not make mistakes. However, they are human too. But past mistakes is intentional misconduct, like that shown by the stories showcased in this episode.

Duration: 00:47:47

PSA Flight 1771

The calm of the December day was shattered by a plane screaming down out of the sky to crash in a California field. The only thing the NTSB knew when they arrived was that the pilot had reported gunfire aboard.

Duration: 00:31:51

Podcaster’s Favorite Crimes - Minisode 3

Listen to true crime podcasters talk about their favorite crimes - Featuring - Robin - Trail Went Cold Tim - History Dweebs Ariel - Murder Under the Midnight Sun Kenyon, Lucy, Amanda - Wine and Crime Jennifer - Disaster Area And of course, Rachel and Rebecca.

Duration: 01:20:55

UPDATE: H. H. Holmes

UPDATE on H. H. Holmes with new information brought to light in the course of the show American Ripper.

Duration: 00:25:25

Minisode 1: Ripped from the Headlines

See where popular crime shows got their ideas. This is an early episode, the sound quality is not what we have now.

Duration: 00:12:19

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