115 episodios

Just a girl reading murder stories to a boy

Murd Up Podcast Murd Up-hosted by Holly & Daniel

    • Crímenes reales

Just a girl reading murder stories to a boy

    #88 The One With the Crooked Cowboy Cops

    #88 The One With the Crooked Cowboy Cops

    Burt Alvord was able to find work time and time again as a law enforcement official, despite the fact that he kept getting fired from the job because of his association with gamblers and outlaws, the very ones he was supposed to be arresting. So in early 1900, Burt decided to take advantage of both sides of his life, and started staging train robberies with his friends, who would then assist him with the investigation of the crime afterwards.

    This went on for a couple of years until Burt and his gang had one too many errors made, resulting in an arrest of the majority of the gang with one willing to point the finger to the ringleader.

    • 1h 19 min
    #87 The One With All the Jealousy

    #87 The One With All the Jealousy

    Bernadette Protti thought that Kirsten Costas had it all and was desperate to be her friend. But Kirsten never looked twice at Bernadette, mainly because Kirsten didn’t like the type of person that Bernadette was: needy.

    Bernadette was determined to do anything to get Kirsten’s attention and friendship...including committing murder.

    • 56 min
    #86 The One Where George Loves Hitler

    #86 The One Where George Loves Hitler

    George Lincoln Rockwell was born to vaudeville actors and comedian parents, though the couple did not live together long. George was primarily raised by his father in Maine, and after a failed attempt to get into Harvard University, followed by a successful admission to Brown University, he found his actual place in the US Navy.

    George was married and had children but had another love that he was more passionate about: Hitler. Quickly, George became fascinated with Hitler’s writings and eventually he helped found and then lead the American Nazi Party.

    George eventually went on to be one of the most active white nationalist in the country and actively tried to stir up as much trouble as possible. Until his right-hand-man had a difference of opinion in their operations, and George had to cut loose one of his most devoted members.

    John Patler, the guy who was cut loose, didn’t take things terribly well and decided to pay George back in a very unforgiving way.

    • 1h 16 min
    #85 The One With The Good Bad Guy Part 2

    #85 The One With The Good Bad Guy Part 2

    Shondor Birns was an Austria-Hungary immigrant who moved to Cleveland, Ohio with his family as a youth. During the Prohibition Era, his parents were involved in the bootlegging business, having been provided a still by the Ohio Mafia. However, one day an incident happened and Shondor's mother was killed, his father was put in jail and the children were left to the orphanages.

    Shondor was fearless and had a volatile temper and in his teen years he was quick to fight and have altercations with those that opposed him. Soon, Shondor had a criminal record. Over 12 years he was arrested 18 times but only convicted of 2 crimes...all because he hooked up the law enforcement, attorneys and judges in town with girls, liquor and a good time.

    Shondor became a very lucrative enforcer for the Cleveland Mafia and eventually became head enforcer of a group of men. But his temper never cooled and eventually he hired a man named Danny Greene to cover his back.

    But, as always, things didn't work out with Danny and in the end his relationship with Shondor ended with an explosion.

    • 49 min
    #85 The One With The Good Bad Guy Part 1

    #85 The One With The Good Bad Guy Part 1

    Shondor Birns was an Austria-Hungary immigrant who moved to Cleveland, Ohio with his family as a youth. During the Prohibition Era, his parents were involved in the bootlegging business, having been provided a still by the Ohio Mafia. However, one day an incident happened and Shondor's mother was killed, his father was put in jail and the children were left to the orphanages.

    Shondor was fearless and had a volatile temper and in his teen years he was quick to fight and have altercations with those that opposed him. Soon, Shondor had a criminal record. Over 12 years he was arrested 18 times but only convicted of 2 crimes...all because he hooked up the law enforcement, attorneys and judges in town with girls, liquor and a good time.

    Shondor became a very lucrative enforcer for the Cleveland Mafia and eventually became head enforcer of a group of men. But his temper never cooled and eventually he hired a man named Danny Greene to cover his back.

    But, as always, things didn't work out with Danny and in the end his relationship with Shondor ended with an explosion.

    • 47 min
    #84 The One Where Smoke Kills

    #84 The One Where Smoke Kills

    Reginald and Jonathan Carr had began life in a stable household with two loving parents and two sisters, who were well taken care of and living in a community where very little crime occurred. Life seemed great and the children on their way to success until one of the Carr sisters died of Leukemia.

    After that, the family fell apart with parents fighting all the time, most of which turned violent and the children not being supervised or given any attention. Quickly the boys were both causing trouble, getting into fights and eventually even accused of sexually assaulting a schoolmate.

    But it turned out not to be true, however the damage was done. Young Jonathan attempted suicide to escape the rumors and bad reputation and Reginald committed criminal acts, ending up in prison.

    Eventually, in 2000 the brothers were in the early 20s and finally brought back together. They decided to venture to Wichita, Kansas to visit their girlfriends, but decided to torture the town a little bit first, committing a couple of armed robberies, a kidnapping and even a shooting which later resulted in a death. But Reginald and Jonathan took things even further when, at random, they decided to break into a house and play games with the five people occupying the location, before committing murder.

    • 1h

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