A podcast bringing awareness to murders, mysteries and unsolved cases in Canada.
At around 1:00am on the morning of September 11, 2015, off-duty police officer Constable Catherine Campbell went to a bar in downtown Halifax. She made no plans to meet anyone. Instead she chose to fly solo in hopes of decompressing after a stressful week at work. Her body would be discovered 5 days later leaving a nation in mourning.
MISSING: Ben Tyner
In the early morning hours of January 28th 2019, a riderless, fully tacked horse was found wondering alone on the side of a logging road on Swakum Ridge in British Columbia. This discovery would lead to more questions than answers.In this episode we discuss the tragic disappearance of Ben Tyner who went missing near Merritt, British Columbia.If you have any information about Ben Tyner please contact the RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS
On the evening of September 29th 1899, Agnes Bings a 44 year old baker, took a short cut home. As she crossed the railway trestle she met with a monster, the likes of which the city of Victoria BC had never encountered.
At around 10pm on Sunday August 25th 2013, Paramedics would be called to a residence for a man who had gone into cardiac arrest. But what caused this healthy 56 year old father’s heart attack? The answer, is a topic that doesn't get a lot of attention. Join us as we discuss the murder of Teck Hwang.
On May 29th 2017, 18 year old Traci Genereaux would go missing in Vernon, British Columbia. Months later RCMP would make a gruesome discovery. In this episode we look into Traci's case and the possible connection to other missing women in the Okanagan area.
John "Johnny" Altinger
In this episode your hosts explore the murder of John 'Johnny' Altinger at the hands of the "Dexter Killer" Mark Andrew Twitchell.
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Awesome new addition to my true crime library. Good research n narrating.
This couple has done an incredible job of Canadian crime cases with the upmost respect and professionalism. Hope they keep up the great work !
I love TNTC!
This podcast is so respectful and beautifully done. It really feels like I’m chillin in the living room listening to you guys talk, and that’s super rad. Thanks for all you do.