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My journey into true crime began when my mom's sadistic and abusive step father had his DNA tested within the Golden State Killer case. Since his clearance, I have discovered just how many monsters had fit the mold of the East Area Rapist turned Original Night Stalker/Golden State Killer in California alone, This shocking discovery sparked my interest for true crime and my desire to help victim's family members get answers at long last, by sharing unsolved cases of the missing, murdered and unidentified. Thanks for listening and sharing!

Naptime Nancy True Crime Podcast Naptime Nancy True Crime Podcast

    • Maatschappij & cultuur

My journey into true crime began when my mom's sadistic and abusive step father had his DNA tested within the Golden State Killer case. Since his clearance, I have discovered just how many monsters had fit the mold of the East Area Rapist turned Original Night Stalker/Golden State Killer in California alone, This shocking discovery sparked my interest for true crime and my desire to help victim's family members get answers at long last, by sharing unsolved cases of the missing, murdered and unidentified. Thanks for listening and sharing!

    Episode 7 - Brian "Joe" Page

    Episode 7 - Brian "Joe" Page

    Brian "Joe" Page disappeared in the wee hours of Sunday January 13th, 1975, after taking LSD with a friend at a party. Both Joe and Joe's friend's car were never seen again. His friend claims to have zero recollection of what happened. In this episode, I will walk listeners through the timeline, and explore the myths and facts surrounding the effects of the drug LSD. Joe's disappearance has been discussed online as possibly being linked to Chicago serial kiiller, John Wayne Gacy, so I will be breaking down this theory as well. Thanks for listening!

    Contact Portland Police Bureau with any tips!
    www.portlandoregon.gov/police

    Sources:
    Newspapers.com
    Statesman Journal
    PortlandOregon.gov/police

    Contact me at naptimenancy@gmail.com

    • 40 min.
    Episode 6 Silent Out Loud Part 2

    Episode 6 Silent Out Loud Part 2

    This is part 2 of the story of how my sexual assault experience from college has effected me mentally and physical. In this second half, I share how watching Netflix's Unbelievable helped inspire and encourage me to finally tell my parents about my rape after 16 years. There are also resources at the end of the episode regarding how to seek help for your own sexual assault, PTSD, and/or eating disorder. Thank you so much for listening!

    • 32 min.
    Ep 6 Silent Out Loud: Part One

    Ep 6 Silent Out Loud: Part One

    This episode is a two part episode where I share my sexual assault from college and how I went from blaming myself to being able to admit that I was raped out loud. I use snark and humor to explain my story, so it doesn't get too heavy. More twists and surprises to come in part two...so stay tuned and thank you for listening!

    • 42 min.
    Episode 5 - Eddie The Weatherman Morgan

    Episode 5 - Eddie The Weatherman Morgan

    Eddie Morgan Jr was just shy of 46 years old when he was gunned down on the streets of NE Portland, OR, in 1994. He had no criminal record, was never into drugs, and was a happy-go-lucky guy who loved sharing weather updates with everyone he encountered. So who could have wanted Eddie dead? And will anyone ever pay for stealing the life of this man?

    • 23 min.
    Ep 4 Missing Veteran Nonnie Dotson

    Ep 4 Missing Veteran Nonnie Dotson

    Air Force Captain, ICU nurse, and single mother, Nonnie Ann Dotson, went missing on November 19th, 2009, in the Denver suburbs of Littleton, CO. In the middle of the day. I cover the timeline of Nonnie's disappearance, case theories, and had the privilege of speaking to Nonnie's sister-in-law, Aimee. Aimee shares memories of Nonnie and answers many questions I've had regarding this strange case.

    • 1 u. 6 min.
    Episode 3 -The Emery Brothers: Hoarders House Of Horrors

    Episode 3 -The Emery Brothers: Hoarders House Of Horrors

    Brothers Charles, Thomas and Edwin Emery lived together in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle for over 50 years. Never married, no kids. No one suspected their house would be full of missing posters of missing and murdered children and little girls clothes. Seattle Police's Internet Crimes Against Children Unit needs more survivors and witnesses to come forward so that they may solve more cases. I interview my mom, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and she gives insight into the perspective of survivors from both a child and an adults perspective. I also embarrass myself at the end of the episode as a reward for listening to such an intense topic. Thanks for listening!

    • 1 u. 11 min.

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