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Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details and delves into what makes these killers tick. Join us for a good mix of lesser known cases as well as our take on what we call the "Big Timers". We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.

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Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details and delves into what makes these killers tick. Join us for a good mix of lesser known cases as well as our take on what we call the "Big Timers". We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.

    Eddie Lee Mosley

    Eddie Lee Mosley

    Eddie Lee Mosley had a very low IQ and didn't make it past the 3rd grade. He worked some low-paying jobs but eventually turned to crime. He was convicted of an armed robbery at the age of 18. By 1973, Mosley was suspected of at least one murder and almost 100 rapes in the Northwest part of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the prolific predator Eddie Lee Mosley. He is definitely one of the worst killers in the history of Fort Lauderdale, and may very well be one of the worst predators in the history of Florida. Two different individuals, Eddie Smith and Jerry Townsend were imprisoned for some of Mosley's murders. Each of those convictions resulted from false confessions. Many people have said that police ignored the criminal actions of Eddie Mosley because of the area in which he operated. They believe that police didn't want to spend the amount of time in Northwest Fort Lauderdale that it would have taken to solve all of these crimes. Authorities believe that Mosley could be responsible for as many as 30 murders and well over 100 rapes.

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    • 1 hr 9 min
    The Murders of Carrie and Steven Turner

    The Murders of Carrie and Steven Turner

    By 2015, Carrie and Steven Turner had retired and had begun looking at homes in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for their retirement. They took care of Carrie's brother, Thomas Daley, who required constant care due to an intellectual disability. Thomas accompanied them on their trips to Myrtle Beach to look at houses. But, in March of that, the Turners made a trip to Myrtle Beach to try to help their son, Alex Turner, who had been arrested. Police found the bodies of Carrie and Steve Turner under the mattress in their hotel room.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murders of Carrie and Steven Turner. This is one of those cases that will set every parent on edge. And, it will have them asking the question of how could a son turn on the parents who loved him and murder them in cold blood. Alex was a manipulator, a liar, and had taken advantage of his parents' generosity to fuel his drug habit. The details of the crimes he committed are haunting.

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Michael Wayne Jackson

    Michael Wayne Jackson

    Michael Wayne Jackson was a man with a long criminal record, abused alcohol and drugs, and was diagnosed with multiple forms of mental illness. Jackson woke up on the morning of September 22, 1986, for a scheduled meeting at his house with his probation officer. Things went sour quickly and Jackson shot and killed the man. This began a 13 hour or so crime spree that spanned three states as he fled.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the life and crimes of Michael Wayne Jackson. He had spent much of his life behind bars. But, why did he snap that September day and kill his probation officer? Some have theorized that he knew he would fail his scheduled drug test. He murdered three people that day, carjacked and abducted people, and shot it out with the police. All of this occurred as he made his way from Indianapolis, Indiana to St. Louis, Missouri. But, police couldn't catch him, even after he crashed his car as they were chasing him. For eleven days, Jackson terrorized the small town of Wright City, MO as he hid outside of town. The end of that terror came in dramatic fashion as police closed in on Jackson.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Gary Charles Evans

    Gary Charles Evans

    Gary Charles Evans experienced a horrible childhood at the hands of his alcoholic parents. He was the victim of physical, psychological, and sexual abuse. He left out on his own at an early age and lived off the money he earned robbing stores and houses in New York. But, in 1985, Gary committed his first murder, and it seems as though it became easy for him after that. He killed store owners when they got in his way and he killed his accomplices when he thought they had stolen from him.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the life and crimes of Gary Evans. He had a childhood that you wouldn't wish on your worst enemy. And, it seems early on, he did whatever he felt he had to do to get the money he needed to survive. But, the question with Evans is why did he begin killing? His first murder was that of his partner and childhood friend. He mistakenly thought this man had stolen from him. Over the years, he murdered five people and spent a lot of time incarcerated. But, police never knew he was a murderer, right up to the time that he confessed. Gary then made the decision he would not be locked up forever or wait on death row for his execution. While be transporting from a court appearance, he jumped off a bridge over the Hudson River in what authorities have called a suicide.

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Introducing The Vanished

    Introducing The Vanished

    On the evening of October 6, 2019, Rosemary Rodriguez went to dinner with her boyfriend and her mother. On the way home, they dropped Rosemary's mother off and headed to her boyfriend's home. According to her boyfriend, Rosemary left his residence in Longview, Texas, after a brief argument. Two days later, a colleague called Rosemary's family to tell them she hadn't been to work, something very much out of character for Rosemary. Rosemary's family immediately called the police to report her missing. More than a year has passed since Rosemary's daughters last saw their mom, and every day seems to bring more and more dread that something awful happened. Listen to the story of Rosemary Rodriguez and many more on The Vanished at wondery.fm/vanished_TCATT.

    • 7 min
    Carroll Edward Cole

    Carroll Edward Cole

    Carroll Edward Cole was a serial killer who confessed to 14 murders but has said he may have murdered as many as 35 women. Cole was abused by his mother and later said that he preyed on women with similarities to his mother as a way to get back at her. Whatever the true number of his victims is, Cole was definitely a predator whose murders became more bizarre and taboo over the years.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the serial killer Carroll Cole. He had a childhood that would make people feel sorry for him if it wasn't for the fact that he first killed a male classmate at the age of 8 and then went on to kill a large number of women. He racked up a criminal record over the years, but, as we've seen with so many other killers, he was let out early many times to select his next victim.

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    • 1 hr 16 min

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