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Some call it the best TRUE CRIME PODCAST, it truly is a true-crime podcast like no like other!

A husband that covertly murdered his wife in cold blood, and hides the evidence and guilt for years.

The woman brutally takes out the lover she suspects her man is cheating with.

The strange co-worker who stalks a colleague and who his advances, until it ends in murder.

The crazed mother who not only takes out herself but her whole family with her.

This is just a fraction of the dark TRUE CRIME stories we discuss on each episode of TRUE CRIME TODAY.

With NEW full episodes every Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Bonus TRUE CRIME SHORTS, every day of the week.

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Some call it the best TRUE CRIME PODCAST, it truly is a true-crime podcast like no like other!

A husband that covertly murdered his wife in cold blood, and hides the evidence and guilt for years.

The woman brutally takes out the lover she suspects her man is cheating with.

The strange co-worker who stalks a colleague and who his advances, until it ends in murder.

The crazed mother who not only takes out herself but her whole family with her.

This is just a fraction of the dark TRUE CRIME stories we discuss on each episode of TRUE CRIME TODAY.

With NEW full episodes every Monday, Tuesday and Friday. Bonus TRUE CRIME SHORTS, every day of the week.

    50 Years After Wife's Death, Husband Convicted of Murder | True Crime Daily Brief

    50 Years After Wife's Death, Husband Convicted of Murder | True Crime Daily Brief

    Nearly 50 years after his wife's death, an 86-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison.

    According to court records, Richard Pierce was convicted of first-degree murder and disinterment of a corpse April 29 and received the mandatory life sentence Friday, Aug. 5. The disinterment conviction led to Pierce serving an extra three years in Door County, according to WBAY-TV.

    In 1975, Carol Jean Pierce, Richard Pierce's wife, disappeared from their home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, and wasn't reported missing for almost three months. According to a detective who worked on the case, Pierce kept his wife's body at their house before moving it years later.

    According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Richard Pierce was arrested in October 2018 in Cheboygan, Michigan, where he reportedly moved after Carol Jean disappeared in September 1975. According to reports, he was a member of the Coast Guard and was about to retire.

    Carol Jean and Richard Pierce "would often get into heated arguments" in front of friends or guests, according to Pierce's criminal complaint. A friend of Carol Jean reported that "her marriage to the defendant was volatile."

    In one instance, Carol Jean told her neighbor that she believed the defendant was going to kill her due to bruises on her body.

    Pierce and other Coast Guard members returned to Sturgeon Bay on Sept. 5, 1975. He reportedly returned the following day and said Carol Jean had "taken off" and withdrawn $20,000 from their savings account.

    On Sept. 8, 1975, Pierce told his shipmates Carol Jean had left him. When Pierce's neighbor and his neighbor's wife checked on him, they noticed several of Carol Jean's items remained in the house, including her makeup and cat.

    He moved to Cheboygan, Michigan, Sept. 22, 1975, just as he had planned before his wife disappeared. Carol Jean's mother called the Sturgeon Bay Police on Oct. 14, 1975, concerned about her daughter's welfare because she had not heard from her since August. On Nov. 29, 1975, he reported her missing.

    According to an acquaintance, Pierce's behavior did not change significantly between Carol Jean's disappearance and his retirement.

    "Pierce's demeanor didn't change whatsoever after Carol Jean disappeared, and it seemed he couldn't care less about Carol Jean's welfare," said another witness.

    In October 1975, Pierce met Rose Marlene Box at a bar, and the two married in June 1978.

    Pierce killed his wife, according to the criminal complaint, because he "gained numerous advantages resulting from Carol Jean's disappearance, including an unencumbered pension; most of their marriage's valuable possessions; land and a home in Michigan; a new girlfriend weeks after Carol Jean disappeared; and the benefit of Carol Jean's silence."

    Pierce argued that his wife had left him and ran away, and that he was innocent, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette. Apparently, cadaver dogs searched his property in 2018 and detected the scent of human remains, but no remains were found.

    As Carol Jean's sister said during the sentencing hearing, "Richard Pierce is a heartless, cold, lying monster, and now he is a murderer. I hope and pray he rots in prison."

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    True Crime Podcast | Dark Side of Flashback

    True Crime Podcast | Dark Side of Flashback

    This is a flashback episode of Dark Side Of.

    This show was originally broadcast at an earlier date. Some stories, dates and times are reflections of the specific cases at that time.

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    Man With History Of CRAZY, Murders 4 | Daily Brief

    Man With History Of CRAZY, Murders 4 | Daily Brief

    Several people, including a minor, were shot and killed by a 39-year-old Ohio man in Kansas. He posted a video on social media about mind control.

    In an incident that occurred on Friday, Aug. 5, Stephen Marlow allegedly fatally shot four individuals. Authorities asked for the public's help in finding him after he fled the area.

    The Butler Township Police Department identified the victims as Clyde Knox, 82, Eva Knox, 78, Sarah Anderson, 41, and Kayla Anderson, 15.

    According to WHIO-TV, Marlow lived in the neighborhood where the deadly shooting took place at his parents' home on Haverstraw Avenue.

    Butler Township police were made aware of a social media video Marlow posted after the shooting. According to the Butler Journal-News, Marlow said that his family was being "operated on with mind control."

    According to police, Marlow drove to Interstate 70 and headed west, leaving Ohio. According to the Lawrence Police Department, he was found shortly before 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 6.

    According to the FBI, Marlow was charged with four counts of aggravated murder and unlawful flight.

    According to reports, Marlow will be extradited back to Ohio. Investigations continue.

    A 2020 burglary conviction and an aggravated menacing conviction were found in Montgomery County Court records obtained by WHIO. Following a judge's decision in February, he was reportedly sentenced to five years of probation.

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    The Candy Man | Dark Side Flashback

    The Candy Man | Dark Side Flashback

    Halloween is supposed to be a time of fun and excitement for children until one crazy man laced pixy sticks with cyanide. Today the dark story of a Halloween that some will never forget as we hear the words of Ronald Clark O'Bryan on the Dark Side of Wikipedia.

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    "Accidental" Death On Safari? | True Crime Today Podcast

    "Accidental" Death On Safari? | True Crime Today Podcast

    This week, a 67-year-old man was convicted of killing his wife during a safari in 2016 and cashing out on a hefty life insurance payout.

    As reported by The Associated Press, Lawrence "Larry" Rudolph was convicted of first-degree murder and mail fraud for the death of his wife, Bianca Rudolph. It is reported that the trial lasted three weeks and the jury deliberated for a day and a half. Attorneys plan to appeal the decision.

    Lori Milliron, Rudolph's girlfriend, was convicted of obstruction of a grand jury, accessory after the fact to murder, and perjury before a grand jury.

    Bianca Rudolph died from a shotgun blast to the chest, but Larry claims she shot herself accidentally. Before leaving Zambia to return to the United States, she dropped the gun while packing it.

    According to prosecutors, the shot had to be fired from a distance of about 2 to 3 feet.

    Insurers who paid Larry nearly $5 million in life insurance confirmed that her death was accidental.

    Rudolph's marriage was open, which meant they could have relationships with others. In her dental office, Bianca Rudolph worked as a hygienist, and she knew about her husband's relationship with Milliron. In an interview with The Associated Press, Larry said Milliron had to be fired because Bianca wanted more control over their finances.

    In their opening statements, prosecutors claimed a witness heard Larry tell Milliron, "I killed my f---king wife for you!"

    Bianca's friend contacted an FBI attaché office in South Africa to report her death as suspicious, CBS News reports. According to the friend, Larry Rudolph was in another relationship, and she found it strange that he cremated his wife immediately after her death. In addition, Bianca was Catholic and did not believe in cremation.

    This case was an exceptional example of the U.S. Attorney's Office pulling together with our law enforcement partners to uncover the truth and seek justice for a victim who had no other voice, according to U.S. Attorney Cole Finegan.

    Larry Rudolph could face up to life in prison.



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    Man Fined $1,874 For Flying With McMuffins | True Crime Today

    Man Fined $1,874 For Flying With McMuffins | True Crime Today

    An airport fined a traveler $1,874 for two McMuffins after they were discovered in his luggage

    Miami man pleads guilty to mailing $10,000 to have ex-girlfriend’s new lover killed

    Taco Bell Manager Throws 'Boiling Water' On Customers Caught On CCTV

    Chicago man accused of wounding girlfriend, fatally shooting her stepfather during his birthday party

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