Melissa Morgan hosts an often funny, always compelling adventure into murders and mysteries and other weirdness she finds fascinating. Looking into solved and unsolved homicide cases and looking for tips from anywhere, from anyone, on anything, Melissa's curiosity and love of detective work and forensic science is contagious.
Melissa's sense of humor and interest in spirituality also make for a wild ride. A broadcasting professional by training, she has written for a nationally-syndicated comedy radio show, been a music DJ in a major US radio market, run one of the country's most popular comedy clubs - AND - she teaches yoga! All of which makes for a truly fascinating, often hilarious, often edge-of-your-seat, riveting personality and a completely enthralling listening experience.
Send your tips on ANYTHING to Melissa Morgan by sending an email to JTTIPSTERS@GMAIL.COM - or call the Tip-Ster Hotline and leave a voice mail message at (832) TIP-STER - (832-847-7837)!
TASTES LIKE DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILY ROULETTE: THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF SHIRLEY CARTER
June 15, 2015, Jason Carter reported finding his mother deceased from two gun shot wounds to the back, lying on her own kitchen floor. His father Bill Carter is sure Jason killed his own mother. Here is her story and their legal infighting afterwards. IF you have any information on Shirley's case and we know that there are people who know, PLEASE contact the Marion County Sheriff's Office at 641-828-2220
TASTES LIKE ITS TIME FOR SOME UPDATES: Herschel Chandler, Jenny Sue Iles and The BTK monster
Herschel Chandler, Jenny Sue Iles and The BTK monster all had updates this week.
TASTES LIKE CATHY SPOSITO WAS NOT BRYAN BENNETT'S ONLY VICTIM
Its hard to imagine a high school junior kills a woman who is on a hike while camping with her boyfriend. Bryan Bennett was 16 years old when he killed so very brutally, Cathy Sposito, a 23 year old college student. Thumb Butte Trail in Yavapai County, AZ would never be the same. And Bennett did not stop there. He was linked posthumously through DNA to 3 other brutal sexual assaults. The Yavapai Sheriff's Office does not think his monsterous acts ended there. If you were assaulted by Bryan Bennett or know someone who may have been please contact the Yavapai Sheriff's Office at 928-771-3260
TASTES LIKE HERSCHEL CHANDLER WILL NOT BE SWEPT UNDER THE RUG
May of 1984 in a small town in Indiana at a prestigous college in Southern Indiana a night security guard was beaten to death in the Business Adminstration building around 4:30 AM. Was it just an interrupted robbery? Herschel's story deservers more than this open ending and his legacy is more than an unsolved homicide. If you have any information on Herschel's case, if you attended Hanover College at the time, if you know anyone who did or heard anything you think might be too small to matter, it is not. Please call or email Michael Nossett, General Counsel for Eric Holcomb the present governer of Indiana: 317-232-4567 or email email@example.com
TASTES LIKE PAMELA BUCKLEY AND JAMES FREUND GOT THEIR NAMES BACK. NOW WHO KILLED THEM AND WHY?
TASTES LIKE MICKEY AND TRUDY THOMPSON WERE TOGETHER THROUGH IT ALL
Mickey Thompson met his soul mate in High School and that was it for him. Trudy was the definition of a partner to Mickey. He was the dare devil/race car entreprenuer and she was right beside him as he created an empire. He owned many patents on safety features he and his team had invented for all kinds of vehicles. He was tough but fair but if you proved yourself and got into the inner sanctum you were in forever. Until business partner Michael Goodwin violated every trust you could put into another person. This is Mickey and Trudy's story.
Why isn’t this a 5 Star Pod
No clue why this well written & narrated show doesn’t have at least 4 stars.
So much to love about Melissa’s natural & warm voice, her interesting stories and her genuine & compassionate respect for victims.
I really enjoyed listening to the Golden State Park killer series. I am not generally into podcasts or shows about serial killers but as a woman and human being I think it's important to not stay in a bubble all the time that these things do not happen or happen to other people. The series went in to great detail with respect for the victims and great detail about situations that may have contributed to such a monster committing such heinous crimes and remaining undetected for so long.
I enjoyed this podcast up until episode one that came out on 10/07. This episode was just nasty.