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    Case 279: Zebb Quinn

    Case 279: Zebb Quinn

    In early January 2000, residents of Asheville, North Carolina were told to be on the lookout for 18-year-old Zebb Quinn after he failed to return home after finishing his shift at Wal-Mart. A co-worker of Zebb’s, Robert Jason Owens, claimed that Zebb had sped off after receiving a mysterious message on his pager. 

    Two weeks later, an unexpected breakthrough in the case presents some bizarre clues. But as twist after twist emerges, the prevailing question remains - did Zebb Quinn leave of his own accord, or was he the victim of foul play?

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    Narration – Anonymous Host
    Research & writing – Elsha McGill
    Creative direction – Milly Raso
    Production and music – Mike Migas
    Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn

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    • 1 hr 13 min
    Premium Episode 25: Lindsay Jellett

    Premium Episode 25: Lindsay Jellett

    PLEASE READ: Premium episodes will be made available to the general audience in the future, as we don’t want to keep cases permanently behind a paywall. But Premium subscribers will receive them first.

    When 41-year-old Lindsay Jellett failed to return home from his evening walk around the Victorian town of Ararat in May 1994, staff at his residential care unit were immediately worried. As well as being intellectually disabled, Lindsay had epilepsy, which required nightly medication, and it wasn’t like him to lose track of time. As daybreak emerged, a grim discovery led to the question - who would want to hurt this innocent man?

    Team:
    Anonymous Host - narration
    Vikki Petraitis - research, writing
    Mike Migas - production, music
    Andrew D.B. Joslyn - music
    Milly Raso - creative direction

    Case 278: Alma Tirtschke (Part 2)

    Case 278: Alma Tirtschke (Part 2)

    *** Content warnings: Child victim, sexual assault ***

    [Part 2 of 2]
    Colin Ross maintained his innocence for the murder of Alma Tirtschke right up until his execution. Could he have been telling the truth?

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    Narration – Anonymous Host
    Research & writing – Milly Raso
    Creative direction – Milly Raso
    Production and music – Mike Migas
    Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Case 278: Alma Tirtschke (Part 1)

    Case 278: Alma Tirtschke (Part 1)

    *** Content warnings: Child victim, sexual assault ***

    [Part 1 of 2]
    When 12-year-old Alma Tirtschke failed to return home after running an errand for her family, they were immediately concerned. Alma was a dutiful child who did what she was told and respected her elders.

    Alma’s final movements were retraced to an infamous saloon in the heart of Melbourne and its problematic owner, a man named Colin Ross.

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    Narration – Anonymous Host
    Research & writing – Milly Raso
    Creative direction – Milly Raso
    Production and music – Mike Migas
    Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn

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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Case 277: Linda Slaten

    Case 277: Linda Slaten

    *** Content warnings: Sexual assault, domestic violence ***

    Jeff and Tim Slaten woke on the morning of Friday, September 4 1981, to find their home teeming with police. Their mother, Linda, had been raped and murdered during the night. Neither brother heard a thing, and despite the killer having left pivotal evidence behind, it quickly became clear that this wasn’t an open-and-shut case.

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    Narration – Anonymous Host
    Research & writing – Milly Raso 
    Creative direction – Milly Raso
    Production and music – Mike Migas
    Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn

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    • 45 min
    Case 276: Claire Acocks & Margaret Penny

    Case 276: Claire Acocks & Margaret Penny

    May 3 1991, was a typical Friday for 58-year-old Margaret Penny. In the afternoon, she visited the Old London Coiffure in the heart of Portland, Victoria, for her weekly hair appointment with 49-year-old Claire Acocks. But when the two women are found stabbed to death in the salon’s shampoo room, the Portland rumour mill goes into overdrive. 

    Who could be motivated to commit such a brazen and vicious crime in the middle of the day, in the busiest part of town? And who was the “horrible man” with a hatred of hairdressers who had tormented Claire in the weeks before the crime? 

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    Narration – Anonymous Host
    Research & writing – Elsha McGill   
    Creative direction – Milly Raso
    Production and music – Mike Migas
    Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn

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    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

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31.6K Ratings

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Is this now a strictly child rape podcast? What the heck

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