Our True Crime Podcast focuses on bizzare, lesser known crime cases from around the globe delivered with respect, a bit of humor and a smidge of song. Everything you’ve come to love from Jen and Cam.
104. Cold Justice: Sonya Ivanoff
19-year-old Sonya Ivanoff was a standout in her small community of Nome Alaska. Sonja, who moved to Nome about two years prior, had made a name for herself on the basketball court in high school so almost everyone knew Sonya. On the evening of August 10, 2003, Sonja and her friend went out to have some fun. It was near midnight when the friends separated to do other things. When the roommate woke up the next morning and Sonja was not at home, worry set in. Police launch an investigation but with only a 7 person police team, specialists had to be flown in. Officers were working day and night to find out what happened to Sonya. When the truth finally came out, it was not only shocking but had been right in front of them the whole time.
Join Jen and Cam of Our True Crime Podcast as we discuss ‘Cold Justice: Sonya Ivanoff’on this week’s episode.
Promo by our friends Emily and Eileen who join forces to bring you their brand new podcast entitled ‘The Shattered Window,’ an investigative true-crime podcast series hosted by Emily G. Thompson & Eileen Macfarlane.
Listener discretion is by the host with the most, Edward October, from @octoberpodVHS
All our original music is by our executive producer and editor (also a terrific human being) Nico from @wetalkofdreams
103. Stark Raving Mad: George Trepal
It is 1988 and we are going to Florida in a town called Alturas where a man received a strange and anonymous letter in the mail. The note which had been typed stated, “ You and all your so-called family have 2 weeks to move out of Florida forever or else you will all die. This is no joke.” At first, they believed this to be a prank but they would soon be proved wrong. What they didn’t yet know is how many would die and who in the world would ever have a problem with this nice suburban family.
Join Jen and Cam as we discuss ‘Stark Raving Mad: George Trepal’ on this edition of Our True Crime Podcast.
Listener D is by the smooth talking Edward October @octoberpodVHS.
All Music, Editing and Exeutive P’ing is by Never the Sloucher Nico @wetalkofdreams.
102. Through an Open Window: Sandy Jeffers
In 2003, Sandy Jeffers had the world on a string. She was set to receive her 2nd undergraduate degree and was planning to start the doctoral program at the University of Tennessee in the fall.
Sandy was a sweet, young woman, the type of person that people like to be around.
Unfortunately, Sandy caught the attention of someone she didn't know. Someone that she wouldn't know until it was too late.
Join Cam and Jen as we discuss Through an Open Window: Sandy Jeffers.
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Promo by our friend Linsey @stolenfrommepod
Listener Discretion by the amazing Edward @octoberpodvhs
Producer and music by the phenomenal Nico @wetalkofdreams
101. The Werewolf Butcher: Jack Spillman
*Warning: this episode is extremely graphic. It deals with the death of a child and animal mutilation. Discretion is advised.
It is April 13, 1995, when the daughter of 48 year old Rita Huffman was trying to reach her mom who was not answering the phone. Her sister, 15 year old Amanda was not asnwering the phone either making it especially strange since teens love the phone. Since she felt that something was not right, she headed over to the house to check on her mom and sister. When she arrived the front door was locked so she went into the backyard and entered through the sliding glass door. Once she entered the house, she would find a vicious brutal crime scene. A monster had paid and visit to this innocent, beautiful family.
Join Jen and Cam on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast as we discuss The Werewolf Butcher: Jack Spillman.
Promo is from our friend Jack Luna @real_leroy_luna and his new podcast EXCUSE ME, THAT’S ILLEGAL
Listener Discretion by our friend with the mystical, magical voice: Edward October @octroberpodVHS
Our music is produced by our executive producer Nico from @wetalkofdreams
https://www.wenatcheeworld.com/lifestyles/an-escalating-evil-seeds-of-deviancy-planted-in-childhood-experts-say/article_cc7d6b98-0897-5da3-afe1-a5a77928c55f.html (special thanks to Dee Riggs who did a great article)
(below is graphic) https://books.google.com/books?id=BDXNBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA406&lpg=PA406&dq=penny+davis+spillman&source=bl&ots=QGOOg4190t&sig=ACfU3U3iuguZAgZ7eEPSpDNRc3SnoAd0Aw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjNkPiflNfsAhXTK80KHRKkDUk4ChDoATASegQIBxAC#v=onepage&q=penny%20davis%20spillman&f=false
Check out Evil Lives Here for an enlightening look into the killer's life told by his sisters. Season 7, Ep. 12
100. Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy: William "Billy" McGrath
When someone claiming to be millionaire interior designer Billy McGrath calls Billy's financial advisor, police are called. Friends and family haven't seen Billy in two weeks and are very concerned.
Police learn that Billy had been living in fear. Did someone hurt Billy or did he go on the run?
Join Cam & Jen as we discuss Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy?: William "Billy" McGrath
Promo by our friend Paige of Reverie Podcast
Listener Discretion by Edward OctoberpodVHS
Producer and all Music by Nico Vettese
99. The Trouble with Alice: Alice Crimmins
The year is 1965 and Alice Crimmins is not like most of the women of the time as she is about to be a divorced woman with two small children, 4-year-old Alice Marie who went by Missy, and 5-year-old Eddie. She dressed well and had style, ladies wanted to be friends with her and men wanted to marry her. She was the envy of almost all of them-- that was-- until something happened that summer day and now, no one would ever want to trade places with Alice. It was July 14, 1965, when Alice went into the bedroom to wake Missy and Eddie only to see they were not still in their messy unmade beds. Instead, the window was wide open as the sheers were blowing in the wind. Her babies were missing but who could have or would have done such a horrible thing?
Join Jen and Cam as we discuss ‘The Trouble with Alice’ on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.
The promo is by our good friend Mike @brewcrime who launched a new podcast with Emma @truecrimewitch called #trail of destruction. Check them out: @Destructioncast
LD is by our hauntingly horrific @octoberpodVHS If you haven’t listened, it has the perfect chill in the ear.
Our editor, executive producer, and a great all-around chap is courtesy of Nico @wetalkofdreams. You need talent in your life or your podcast, you must check him out.
Investigation Discovery series A Crime to Remember episode, "Go Ask Alice", aired in 2013