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Crimelines walks you through true crime events, pairing captivating tales with clear storytelling. Host Charlie brings in appropriate historic and cultural context to look beyond what happened and consider why it happened.
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Twenty-nine-year old Susan Poupart attended a party in May of 1990. Her mother had a bad feeling and asked her to stay home. Susan brushed off her concerns and went anyway. And 34 years later, her family is still looking for answers as to what happened that night. This case is unsolved. If you know anything, please call the Sheriff’s Office at 715-…
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In the winter of 1981, Bud Rogers woke his children up at 3 am and hurried them to the babysitter’s house. He claimed his wife Lonene had left in the middle of the night and he was going to look for her. Forty-three years later, Lonnie is still missing and her daughter is pushing to find out what happened. This case is unsolved. Case Timeline Aliso…
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In 2012, Mickey Schunick left on her bicycle to ride home. When she vanished, over a thousand tips came in but it took two to lead to the killer. What they later learned was Mickey wasn’t his first victim. This case is solved. Podcast Recommendation: Murder, She Told https://www.murdershetold.com/ Want more content? Check out my other podcast Crime…
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Latrese Curtis told her husband she was going to the library to study but instead went to another man’s house. What happened after that exposed more secrets than anyone had anticipated. This case is solved. Thank you to Newspapers.com for sponsoring this episode! Use code CRIMELINES for 20% off! Podcast Recommendation: Key to the Case available whe…
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When two young women began a feud over the same guy, the arguments and the threats were a two way street. No one expected them to amount to anything until they did. And this teenage feud turned into a test of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law. This case is solved. Podcast Recommendation: Key to the Case available wherever you get your podcasts! Want …
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In 2019, Auburn Alabama was shocked by the disappearance of Aniah Blanchard and it brought to mind another case from the area: the disappearance of Lori Slesinski. Though a suspect was in custody, the question remained: where was Lori? This case is solved. Podcast recommendation: Marooned https://visitmarooned.com/ Want more content? Check out my o…
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After Gloria King was found dead, investigators wanted to question her estranged husband. The problem was they couldn’t find him. It turned out this wasn’t the first time he had lived on the run… and this wasn’t the first estranged wife who ended up dead. This case is solved. Want more content? Check out my other podcast Crimelines & Consequences i…
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After Carol Kennedy was found dead in her home, her ex husband Steve DeMocker became the prime suspect when his alibi could not be verified. He said he was on a long bike ride, and his phone just happened to be dead for that entire time and no one saw him. But did the police zero in on their suspect far too soon? Book Recommendation: Then No One Ca…
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A divorce settlement doesn’t always mean everything is settled. So when a recently divorced woman was found murdered in her home, the investigators immediately looked at her ex husband. And then found themselves under fire for supposedly only investigating the ex-husband. Book Recommendation: Then No One Can Have Her by Caitlin Rother Podcast Recom…
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Language warning: This episode is marked explicit as there is some cursing during the off-the-cuff conversation. In October 2023, I attended the Studio Both/And launch party in North Adams, MA, and moderated a panel of true crime podcasters. This is a very funny peek behind the podcast curtain with salty language (I censored one word) and lots of l…
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In 2020, Tiffany Booth took on a roommate who soon became a boyfriend. But when she didn’t return from a weekend away and the boyfriend was nowhere to be found, Tiffany’s family started seeking answers alongside the police and now they’re seeking justice. If you know anything, you can call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or report a tip online at Cr…
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Carolyn Killaby went out one night to clear her head and was last seen walking across a parking lot. The police zeroed in on a suspect and when he realized it, he took off. They now had to build a case while chasing a fugitive. If you know anything, call the Vancouver police tip line at 360-487-7399. *This case is partially resolved* Want more cont…
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The New Years holiday is a celebration of new beginnings. With that in mind, we know this collaboration will introduce you to several amazing new true-crime podcasts that will quickly become your newest true-crime binges as we enter 2024 because, let’s face it, we know that’s exactly what you needed! With tons of episodes each, investigative curios…
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The New Years holiday is a celebration of new beginnings. With that in mind, we know this collaboration will introduce you to several amazing new true-crime podcasts that will quickly become your newest true-crime binges as we enter 2024 because, let’s face it, we know that’s exactly what you needed! With tons of episodes each, investigative curios…
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In 1977, a 6 year old girl went missing in Ireland and the case remains unsolved. But different family members eventually adopted different theories–theories that led to pain and estrangement. If you know anything, call the Ballyshannon Garda at +353 71 985 8530 *This case is unsolved* Thank you to the sponsor of this episode, Newspapers.com! For l…
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Hannah Truelove was 16 years old when she didn’t come home one night. As the police investigated her disappearance, many wondered if the clues to what happened lay in her vague tweets in the weeks before. If you know anything, call the Hall County tip line at 770-503-3232 or the GBI tip line at 800-597-8477 *This case is unsolved* Want more content…
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With no permanent residents, violent crime in Antarctica is very low. But low doesn’t mean zero and the mysterious death of Rodney Marks is thought by some to be one of the only murders on the continent. *This case is unsolved* Want more content? Check out my other podcast Crimelines & Consequences in your favorite podcast app or on YouTube. Links …
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