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We’ve covered many cases where prosecutors make a so-called “deal with the devil” – giving the accomplice to a crime a lighter charge in exchange for information against a “bigger fish.” Even though Mel Ignatow admitted to the sexual torture and murder of Brenda Schaefer, he never served a day in prison for it. This episode is about a case of getti…
 
In 1975, in the midlands of the United Kingdom, the elusive Black Panther struck again. Only this time it was a kidnapping of a young heiress. In this week's episode, we cover the crimes of Donald Neilson who went from a home invader to a kidnapper murderer in a short period of time.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
After Robert Rowlingson discovered his teenage brother Anthony’s connections to the Ku Klux Klan, he threatened to report Anthony to the police. On July 15, 2007, Anthony executed his brother to protect his secret. His teacher, the Klan leader who mentored him, helped dispose of the body. This is the Queensland, Australia case of the Rowlingson bro…
 
Pets don't just make good companions they also can play a vital role in convicting killers. This episode highlights two such cases with a cat named Snowball and a dog named Chief who were the first to provide evidence in criminal cases in Canada and the United States.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
On November 7, 2022, James Krauseneck Jr. was sentenced to 25 years to life for the second-degree murder of his wife, Cathleen Krauseneck, in 1982. James and Cathleen’s only child was just three years old and home with her mother when she was axed to death. But could a convicted rapist be the real murderer? In 2012, convicted rapist Ed Laraby confe…
 
You've heard of the Scream movies, but did you know that in 2006 two teenagers tried to emulate one of their favorite movies? Listen to the case of how two boys wanted to become more famous than the movies and killers they idolized and how one innocent victim paid the ultimate price.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
You might not remember the name of serial killer Michael Gargiulo – also known as the ‘Hollywood Ripper,’ for his California knifings, ‘The Boy Next Door Killer,’ because he lived so close to his victims, and the ‘Chiller Killer,’ for using his job as an air conditioning repair man to gain his victims’ trust – but I bet you remember that case where…
 
On March 3, 1993, a sister would discover a horrible scene no family member should come upon. It would take two and a half years for Lawrence Horn and the hit man he hired to be brought to justice. During that time, investigators had to unravel a complicated trail of conspiracy and how one book aided the shooter in trying to get away with murder.…
 
When our listeners hear “August 1969,” they probably think of The Manson Family murders. Today we’ll examine another chilling crime spree from that era on the other side of the United States: the Dreamland Park murders. In August 1969, outlaw bikers murdered a young couple at their abandoned amusement park-turned-clubhouse, and those same bikers ma…
 
November 1992, an unsuspecting mother and her two small children return home late at night only to be met by an intruder with a gun. What did he want? Why was he there? Listen to the story of how greed and a thirst for power brought ruin and murder to one young family in Georgia.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
What happens to victims who aren’t killed or visibly injured, but who are left in the wake of a crime to pick up the broken pieces and carry on with life? What happened to Columbine student and school shooting survivor Brandi Jo Malonson, who was last seen around Christmas 2006? Who killed her friends and classmates Nick Kunselman and Stephanie Har…
 
Listen to the story featured on the first episode of Snapped. Celeste Beard Johnson was tried for the murder of her husband in Texas. Did she do it or was she set up by her twin daughters and lover? Listen and decide for yourself.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
Google “Dominique Dunne” and you’ll see references to the movie Poltergeist and her tragic death. Some results include her murder as evidence of a curse associated with the Poltergeist film series. Beneath this clickbait is an all too familiar story about domestic violence escalating to murder. As is also far too common in these cases, it doesn’t s…
 
Michelle Jones contacted her aunt and uncle as Hurricane Ivan was bearing down on Florida in September 2004. Since they lived in the Florida Keys Michelle invited them to stay with her in Orlando until the danger passed. Little did she know that she had just summoned pure evil into her home. Listen to the story of her uncle Charlie Brandt who autho…
 
In 2021, detectives in Florida announced that DNA connected Brazilian national Roberto Fernandes to the murders of three Miami-area sex workers in 2000 and 2001. During this investigation, authorities discovered Fernandes had also been charged with his wife’s 1996 murder and was suspected in numerous unsolved assault and homicide cases in both coun…
 
Two separate mysteries all tied to one man who went by many names. Listen to the story of serial killer Terry Rasmussen who died under the name Curtis Kimball. This is a twisted tale of false identities, a living Jane Doe and the Bear Brook Four with one victim yet to be identified and one still missing.…
 
Losing a child to murder is unthinkable – a parent’s worst nightmare. A child being murdered by their friends is even more shocking. Kimberly Dotts’s so-called friends ended her life on Mother’s Day 24 years ago, and while two of the people who were involved are behind bars, their community is still processing the tragedy and an important question:…
 
Could you ever imagine that your neighbors would turn out to be serial killers? Well, this became reality for the people who lived on Moorhouse Street in Perth, Australia in November 1986. Listen to the story of how one couple kidnapped five unsuspecting women over a five-week period. One brave girl survived leading to the police capturing the noto…
 
It's been thirty years since Robert Freeman's badly beaten body turned up in an Easton, Pennsylvania farm field, but it seems authorities are no closer to solving his murder. His sister has given everything to find his killer and bring them to justice. So we're diving in to uncover clues and bring attention to Robert's case. #Justice4RobertFreeman …
 
A man finds his bride of three months dead on their living room floor. Was this a robbery gone wrong or something else? Listen to the story of how one woman's murder would take twenty-three years to solve even though her family knew who had done it all along.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
A loving mother vanishes one morning. The husband with whom she has recently separated, should be one of the first suspects, right? What if he has an alibi that looks rock solid? Listen to the story of how one man thought he could get away with being in two places at once.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
The Butcher of Rostov, The Red Ripper, and The Rostov Ripper are titles that belong to the same man that terrorized the Rostov area of Soviet Ukraine from 1978 until 1990. Listen to the story of how Andrei Chikatilo went undetected and carried out fifty-six murders of women and children until he was finally stopped.…
 
How could such a brutal senseless murder occur in one of the safest areas around Bethesda Maryland? Two young women were attacked and brutalized with only one of them surviving. Would this surviving victim be the key to finding a killer or was the killer someone the authorities already knew?द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
Who would want to murder a pair of beloved professors from Dartmouth College? Investigators were stumped as to who and what their motive may have been. Listen to the story of how the least likely pair of suspects turned out to be the very killers investigators were looking for.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
A beautiful mother of three goes missing. Her close family has no idea what happened to her. All they know is that her husband of twenty-plus years is no longer cooperating with the police. Listen to the story about the disappearance of May "Maya" Millete from Chula Vista, California in January 2020. helpfindmaya.com…
 
On July 12, 2008, a 34-year-old mother of two, Nancy Cooper supposedly went out for a jog never to be seen alive again. Who would want to kill this kind-hearted, fun-loving mother who got along well with everyone except maybe the person that ended her life? Listen to the story of who that person would turn out to be.…
 
Who was Daniel Perez? He went by many names, but the people close to him knew him as one of three angels that possessed special powers. The problem was that some of them ended up dying in tragic accidents leaving behind large insurance policies. Listen to the story of how one man conned his way to a lifestyle of leisure by convincing others that he…
 
Listen to the final episode on the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier which occurred on December 23, 1996, in West Cork, Ireland. Part three will cover two libel trials, a trial in absentia in France along with the latest news to break in Madame Sophie Toscan du Plantier's case.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
Listen to the second part of the murder of Madame Sophie Toscan du Plantier on December 23, 1996, in West Cork, Ireland. A prime suspect has been identified by the Garda, but can they get the Department of Public Prosecutions to bring formal charges against the man they believe ended Sophie's life?द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
On December 23, 1996, the body of 39-year-old Sophie Toscan du Plantier was discovered by her neighbor outside her holiday home in West Cork, Ireland. Who would commit such a heinous crime just days before Christmas? Listen to part one as we cover the early days of the investigation, who was Sophie Toscan du Plantier and how did she die along with …
 
In 1870 the Kansas Territory was opened and large tracks of land were granted to settlers looking to establish new lives. This included the Bender Family who obtained a 160-acre property along the Osage Trail. The Benders soon established a general supply store and inn for weary travelers. In 1871 the bodies of dead men would be discovered nearby a…
 
In 2008, 38-year-old John Altinger emailed his friends that he was taking off to Costa Rica for a couple of months with a woman he just met. His friends were shocked by this turn of events. One refused to believe it and tried to find out what happened to John. Listen to the story of how good friends stopped Mark Twitchel. A budding serial killer wh…
 
An abandoned car was found on a New Jersey bridge. Was it a missing person case, or something more? What happened to 19-year-old Sarah Stern? The answer sent shock waves through the close-knit community of Neptune. Listen to the story of how a young woman's childhood friends committed the ultimate betrayal.…
 
In August of 1969, the city of Memphis, Tennessee was living in fear due to a spree killer on the loose. For twenty-nine days a killer terrorized the citizen of Memphis. Listen to the story of George Howard Putt and learn how one man kept a city on edge never knowing where or when he would strike again.…
 
Hallways that lead to nowhere, soundproof rooms with trap doors and chutes that drop into vats of acid. This is what some unexpecting guests encountered when checking into H.H. Holmes Chicago hotel in the 1890s. Listen to the story of how a man started out as a grave robber, turned into a con artist, and eventually became one of the most deranged s…
 
Twenty-five years after a young school teacher, Christy Mirack, was senselessly murdered new DNA technology lead investigators to an arrest. Listen to the story of how a man, known as DJ Freeze, lived in plain sight with authorities never knowing of his connection to the murder until ancestry genealogy brought him to justice.…
 
When an elderly man passes away it's assumed it was due to his numerous health issues. No crime here, right? Have you ever heard the phrase, "loose lips sink ships?" Listen to the story of Anthony Tomaselli and how that phrase brought to light a murder that may have never been discovered.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
In April 1966, 18-year-old Pamela Sue Rimmer would be found murdered in rural Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Her killer would soon confess claiming it all started with a misunderstanding but did it? Listen to the case and hear how Jon Yount would evade justice for a time with the help of his prison pen pal and how Pamela's mother never gave up on…
 
On a hot summer day in June 1975, a firefighter in Terra Linda, California was called to put out a fire in one of the barbeque pits in China Camp State Park. Initially thought to be the remains of an animal left behind by a hunter it would be discovered that was not the case. Listen to the story of the murders of Jim and Naomi Olive and find out wh…
 
Imagine visiting friends for the weekend only to end up with a bullet lodged in your brain. Who hated you enough to want you dead? Listen to the story of how two women discovered that the person they thought they knew and loved was really the devil in disguise.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
Back in the 1920s, a pair of horrific murders took place on the 700 block of Ursulines Avenue in the French Quarter of New Orleans. These murders were not the first nor the last to occur on this particular block. Listen to the story of The New Orleans Murder Block.द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
In September 1990, women in the sex trade industry in central Europe began to disappear. They would be found in wooded areas after having been strangled to death with articles of their own clothing. This heinous killer eventually came to America and continued his murderous rampage. Who was he? Listen to the story of the celebrity writer serial kill…
 
Was it an unfortunate accident or did a murder leave a family without their loving and vivacious mother? Listen to the story of the mysterious death of Tamla Horsford. How could a fun evening celebrating a friend's birthday end so tragically?द्वारा Criminal Discourse
 
The American dream or an American nightmare? Listen to the story of Belle Gunness also known as the Mistress of the Murder Farm and the Midwest Black Widow. She did not discriminate. Her victims included husbands, offspring, and men that would be referred to as her cousins. How many male cousins did Belle have? Listen for yourself.…
 
In February 1996, businessman Frank Lee Black disappeared on a trip to Florida never to be seen or heard from again. What happened to Black? Did he disappear on his own or did rival business owner Alan Mackerley have a hand in his disappearance? Listen to this episode of aliases, listening devices, and conspiracies and find out for yourself!…
 
In November 2010 the murder of a 15-year-old girl would lead authorities to the discovery of a serial killer who had been operating unbeknownst to everyone around him. Who was this killer who identified himself as 1CountryBoy? Listen to the story of how Cody Legebokoff became one of the youngest Canadian serial killers.…
 
In 1992 the body of a young woman is found dumped behind a Houston restaurant. She would be the first in a series of murders by the tourniquet killer. Who was he? Why did he use a tourniquet to kill his victims? Listen to the story of how one man known as Telephone Tony got away with his crimes for so long.…
 
On the morning of Friday, April 20, 2012, Allison Baden-Clay failed to return home from her walk. Her husband notified authorities who soon sprang into action looking for the missing woman. Why so soon? Why did authorities feel that this simply wasn't the case of a missing person? Listen to the story of betrayal, deceit, and an angry caterpillar an…
 
This is the story of the horrific crimes committed by the man who was deemed The Vampire of Sacramento. Early on Richard Chase showed signs of violent tendencies. Over time these urges increased and lead to a gruesome display of depravity for human life. Was he insane? Did he not know right from wrong? Did he just not care? Listen and decide for yo…
 
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