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Each week Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting unsolved true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details. We tell the stories of the victims, the facts surrounding the cases, and look at all possible suspects. We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.

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Each week Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting unsolved true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details. We tell the stories of the victims, the facts surrounding the cases, and look at all possible suspects. We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.

    Jill Behrman

    Jill Behrman

    19-year-old Jill Behrman was a bright and ambitious college student at Indiana University in Bloomington when she went missing in 2000. Her partial remains were later found in 2003 by a hunter. 

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the puzzling disappearance and murder of Jill Behrman. There were confessions over the years in Jill's case, all of which were later recanted. But one man, John Myers, had made a number of suspicious statements over the years. Police charged him with Jill's murder in 2006 and a jury ultimately convicted him for the murder. His conviction was later overturned and the state is currently appealing that decision and will wait to see whether they will retry Myers.

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Martha Moxley

    Martha Moxley

    In 1975, 15-year-old Martha Moxley was murdered in the wealthy town of Greenwich, Connecticut. This case drew national attention due to the fact that the Moxley's lived across the street from the Skakel family who had ties to the Kennedy clan. 

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Martha Moxley and the twists and turns in the case. Michael Skakel, who was 15-years-old at the time of Martha's murder, was eventually arrested, charged and tried with the murder. But, a series of legal wranglings over the years resulted in his conviction being overturned. The question remains, who really murdered Martha Moxley.

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    Kristen Modafferi

    Kristen Modafferi

    In 1997, 18-year-old Kristen Modafferi disappeared in San Francisco, California. Kristen was a college student in North Carolina but had accepted an opportunity to take a photography class at UC Berkeley over the summer. She was living with five roommates and working two jobs when she vanished on June 23, 1997.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Kristen Modafferi. She was a very bright, talented and energetic young woman just beginning to start her adult life. The details of her disappearance and resulting search and persons of interest are mysterious.

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    Evelyn Hernandez

    Evelyn Hernandez

    In 2002, Evelyn Hernandez had a 5-year-old son named Alex and was almost 9 months pregnant with her second son. On May 1, 2002, both Evelyn and Alex disappeared. Evelyn's torso was later found floating in the San Francisco Bay but Alex has never been found.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the unsolved murder of Evelyn Hernandez and the disappearance of her son Alex. Evelyn's case has drawn many comparisons to the murder case of Laci Peterson because of the similar location and timeframe. But, there are stark differences in these cases when it comes to the amount of print and television coverage that they received. Many people believe that the differences in coverage were a result of racial bias.

    We also talk about the pending news release in the disappearance case of Kristin Smart.

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    Ep147 - Zachary Ramsay

    Ep147 - Zachary Ramsay

    10-year-old Zachary Ramsay disappeared on February 6, 1996, while walking to school. The school notified Zachary's mother that he had not made it and she called police to report him missing. The police and volunteers began a massive search for Zachary and they found a number of witnesses who saw the young boy that morning. One witness saw a man wearing what appeared to be a police jacket following Zachary.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Zachary Ramsey. The case heats up for investigators when they learn about a despicable man named Nathaniel Benjamin Levi Bar-Jonah. Bar-Jonah committed many horrible crimes over the years, beginning when he was only seven-years-old. Did this man abduct and murder Zachary Ramsay?

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ep146 - The I70 Killer

    Ep146 - The I70 Killer

    In 1992, six murders occurred just off Interstate 70 in the states of Indiana, Kansas, and Missouri. At first, these appeared to be random on-off murders. They were committed many miles apart from each other and each law enforcement agency was unaware of the others. Eventually, they were linked through the use of ballistics.

    Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss these baffling murders committed on the long stretch of roadway known as Interstate 70. The killer had a very distinctive MO. He picked smaller shops where most likely only one employee would be working, and most often that one employee would be a woman. He used a .22 gun to commit the murders and didn't always take all of the cash in the store. Many people believe that the killer moved on to Texas to commit similar murders there.

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    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

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Thank you Mike and Gibby, long time listener, I love you guys and the podcast so much. Highly recommended!!

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Great podcast, but for God’s sake, can you please stop saying «in other cases we covered». Every episode, over and over...

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