New podcast centered on New England crime stories with regional history (and many rock + roll references), hosted by Boston Radio DJ Anngelle Wood; episodes currently released every other week. Listen wherever you get your crime stories | Follow and subscribe: @crimeofthetruestkind | online: crimeofthetruestkind.com
EP11 | The Station Nightclub Fire, West Warwick, RI with author Scott James (part one)
On the night of Feb 20, 2003, a deadly fire rocked the small town of West Warwick, Rhode Island. One hundred people were killed, 230 injured, and town left to grieve.
EP10 | Neil Entwistle: Daddy's Double Life, Hopkinton, Mass (part 2/2)
In part two, we learn about the dark double life of a man who'd turned to murder to escape his mounting problems
EP9 | Neil Entwistle: Happy Family Murder, Hopkinton, Massachusetts (part 1/2)
Rachel Souza and Neil Entwistle were said to made for one another. Everyone who knew them thought they'd be together forever. That's why the events of January 20, 2006 shocked everyone who knew them.
EP8 | Michael McDermott: The Malingerer, Wakefield, Mass (part 2/2)
On 12/26/2000, Michael McDermott exacted his revenge on seven of his co-workers at Edgewater Technology. Perceived and twisted revenge. Equipped with a shotgun, a semi-automatic assault rifle, a semi-automatic pistol, and a bag full of ammunition, he had chatted with his workmates then unceremoniously opened fire. The attack that left all seven people dead lasted less than 10 minutes. In part two, we learn how he plotted and planned for months, how he took advantage of the mental health system, and how he faked mental illness.
EP7 | Michael McDermott: Day After Christmas Massacre, Wakefield, Mass (part 1/2)
On that Tuesday, the day after Christmas 2000, seven employees who were among half of the staff of Edgewater Technology in Wakefield, Massachusetts to come to work that day never made it home. A co-worker, armed to the teeth, showed up to the job he’d had for less than a year to exact his revenge. Perceived and twisted revenge. Equipped with a shotgun, a semiautomatic assault rifle, and a semi-automatic pistol and a bag full of ammunition, he had chatted with his workmates then unceremoniously opened fire. The attack that left all seven people dead lasted less than 10 minutes.
EP6 | Leeann Millius and Kim Farrah: Murder at Hedgehog Pond, Salem, NH
In the early morning hours of September 13, 1997, the bodies of Leeann Millius and Kim Farrah were discovered by a woman walking her dog at Hedgehog Pond Park, a popular summer hangout spot for residents in and around Salem, New Hampshire . The lives of two young women were cut short by a group of supposed friends with a sinister plan...
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New England crime stories
And I think I heard a dog!
Anngelle Wood is a very knowledgeable host and has a great voice for podcasting! The stories are well produced and she adds a personal touch. Love the pod keep up the good work. 🎙❤️
Charles Stuart: Boston Murder Hoax
Amazing. Smart, poignant, well researched. Angelle is terrific. So well done.