Tired of hearing the same old true crime stories? Then you've come to the right place! Welcome to It's About Damn Crime. A true crime podcast where co-hosts Brittney and Justine discuss true crime cases featuring people of color. So please give it a listen. Promise some of these cases will be brand new to you!
Ep. 130- The Downtown Posse
In 1992, in Dayton, Ohio, 4 teens went on a 3 day killing spree that started on Christmas Eve and referred to themselves as "The Downtown Posse". We finish this episode off with stranger danger stories (of course) and farewell messages from our amazing listeners.
"So long, farewell, to you, my friends.
Goodbye, for now, until we meet again."
-'Out of the Box' Goodbye Song
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Ep. 129- Shannon Siders
On the morning of July 18, 1989, Bob Siders came home to find his 18 year old daughter, Shannon Siders, missing. And even though her body was found a few months later, the case for Shannon goes cold. It isn't until 22 years later, when her case is re-opened, that secrets are spilled and details are revealed as to what happened to Shannon.
Ep. 128- Ruby McCollum
In 1952, Ruby McCollum, the wealthiest black woman in Live Oak, Florida, went into Dr. Adams office and shot him. Now, Dr. Adams was a prominent white doctor, so the question on everyone's mind was, "Why would Ruby kill good ol' Doc Adams?". The answer is revealed when her lawyer goes to see her.
Ep. 127- Kelly Forbes
This week we start off the episode with a huge announcement and then we lead into the story of Kelly Forbes who was charged with strangling & killing her husband, Michael Forbes. She claimed it was self defense, but after questioning her, it started looking like that wasn't the case.
Ep. 126- Mulatto Axe Murders
From 1911-1912, 49 people, predominately black and mixed race, were murdered with an axe in Texas and Louisiana. There were many theories, people questioned, and even an arrest but to this day, the serial killer(s) has never been caught.
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Ep. 125- Julie & Sam
On May 21st, 2010, Julie Kibuishi's body was found in Sam Herr's bed with Sam no where to be found. Automatically, everyone thought that Sam had killed Julie and went on the run. That is, until a teen boy was found using Sam's debit card and when questioned, revealed a clue that took the investigation down another path.
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