151 episodes

Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 4.9K Ratings

Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.

    The Jeff Davis 8

    The Jeff Davis 8

    Between 2005 and 2009, 8 women were found murdered in Jefferson Davis Parish, Louisiana. There were eight women from Jennings, Louisiana who were murdered in those four years and they are referred to collectively as "The Jennings 8” or "The Jeff Davis 8.” 14 agencies from the federal level down to the local level worked together to hunt a serial killer operating in Jefferson Davis Parish.
    Join Mike and Morf as they discuss this infamous unsolved series. Many thought that a serial killer was operating in Jennings and was responsible for these murders. But, as details began to emerge, it came to light that there were many connections between the victims and a number of persons of interest. Reports of corruption and malfeasance began to surface within the law enforcement of Jefferson Davis Parish. This has led many to speculate what involvement if any, the police played in the deaths of these 8 women. There remains a lot of unanswered questions in this series of murders. Did these women all know something that was so damning that someone felt they had to be silenced? And if so, who was it?
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Tiede Family Murders

    The Tiede Family Murders

    The Tiede family spent quality family time each year at their cabin in Oakley, Utah. Rolf and Kay Tiede had two daughters, Linae and Tricia, and a son named Shaun. In December 1990, The Tiede family went to their cabin and were joined by Kaye's mother, Beth Potts, and a number of other family members. 
    Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the Tiede family murders. Their 1990 Christmas at the cabin was interrupted by two men intent on murder. 26-year-old Von Taylor and 23-year-old Edward Deli had both been recently paroled and were living in the same halfway house. They both decided to flee and eventually ended up in the Tiede's cabin, waiting for the family to come back.
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    • 56 min
    The Murder of Stephanie Crowe

    The Murder of Stephanie Crowe

    On January 21, 1998, 12-year-old Stephanie Crowe was found dead in her bedroom. She had been fatally stabbed multiple times while her family slept. Multiple people would eventually be charged with her murder, including members of Stephanie's own family.
    Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the mysterious murder of Stephanie Crowe. Police initially suspected Stephanie's brother and some of his friends. The tactics used by investigators against these young boys were ruthless and caused them to say what they had to after hours of food and sleep deprivation. They should have been looking at a 28-year-old man named Richard Tuite who was in the Crowe neighborhood that night. Blood evidence would later send Tuite to trial for Stephanie's murder. But, could prosecutors make a case against Richard Tuite stick?
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    • 1 hr 11 min
    The Murder of Kelsey Berreth

    The Murder of Kelsey Berreth

    The Thanksgiving holiday in 2018 should have been a joyous time for 29-year-old mother, Kelsey Berreth. She was engaged to be married and had a little girl with her fiance Patrick Frazee. But, Kelsey went missing and the police began to suspect that Patrick was somehow involved.
    Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the disappearance and murder of Kelsey Berreth. The details that emerged were so salacious that some seem almost made up. Patrick had reunited with an old flamed named Krystal Kenney. She was a nurse from Idaho who had an on-and-off relationship with Patrick for years. Prior to that fateful Thanksgiving, Patrick had been telling anyone that would listen that Kelsey was unstable. But, it's the fact that he was able to manipulate Krystal into helping him with his murderous plans that shocked everyone.
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    • 1 hr 4 min
    The Sumter County Does

    The Sumter County Does

    In August 1976, two bodies, one male and one female, were found off the side of the road east of Sumter, South Carolina. Neither of the bodies had any identification with them. Police determined that both individuals had been shot to death. They had very little evidence to use to solve the two most crucial questions in this case. Who were the two victims, and who was responsible for their murders?
    Join Mike and Morf as they discuss these two individuals who became known collectively as the Sumter County Does, and individually as Jock and Jane Doe. Police tried everything they could to identify the pair, including publishing dental charts in the hopes their dentists may recognize the information. It took more than 40 years before genetic genealogy determined the pair as James Freund and Pamela Buckley. But, would the police be able to find their killer or killers now that they knew their identities? 
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    • 50 min
    The Mysterious Death of Blair Adams

    The Mysterious Death of Blair Adams

    31-year-old Blair Adam's death in July of 1996 is as mysterious as a case can get. It has baffled investigators and fueled speculation by online sleuths for years. Much of this has to do with Blair's erratic behavior during the time before his death. He had mentioned to a number of people that he was afraid of something or someone. His movements from his home in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada to Knoxville, Tennessee, where his body was found, are perplexing.
    Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the case of the mysterious death of Blair Adams. He tried several times, unsuccessfully, to cross the border into the U.S. He purchased an expensive ticket to Germany that he never used. Instead, he took his money and valuables and flew to Washington D.C. From there, he made his way to Knoxville, TN where his body was found by a construction crew. So many years later, the same nagging questions remain. Why did Blair Adams take the actions he did that led him to Knoxville? And, was he murdered by someone that had followed him or was he killed by someone he met in Knoxville? Or, was he a victim of some type of accident that led to his death?
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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.9K Ratings

4.9K Ratings

PDCLVR ,

Solid

Good solid true crime podcast.. good job guys 👍🏼👍🏼

kimble59 ,

The family that were hurt by monsters

The fact that they had tapes of them opening presents and the fact they called and told someone what they were doing where they were
And everything else. It’s obvious they were both guilty and the lawyer saying just plead guilty. Cause he was. Just made it bearable for the family to deal with and then having to go to court is awful for the family.
The truth is the lawyer and the one who did it knew they were guilty. A no brainer. So just do the right thing so the family would be spared.
I think it was the right truthful thing to do. And would cost tax payers court money.

Dylanfromalabama ,

My favorite Podcast hands down

I was first drawn into Criminology with the Zodiac and GSK podcast. How in depth they went blew me away! I’m a true crime fan and have been since the Unsolved Mysteries days, and I learned new details on those cases that I never knew! I feel like I know the guys and have welcomed them into my life since their start. I recommend to everyone I know! Keep up the good work!

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