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Fruitloops is a weekly podcast where two true crime enthusiasts bring you stories about people of color who rarely get media coverage - bringing diversity to the true crime conversation.

Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Colo‪r‬ Wendynbeth Williams

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Fruitloops is a weekly podcast where two true crime enthusiasts bring you stories about people of color who rarely get media coverage - bringing diversity to the true crime conversation.

    E112: Alex Henriquez

    E112: Alex Henriquez

    This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Alejandro "Alex" Henriquez, aka The Bronx Serial Killer, an American serial killer and rapist, active in New York City's Bronx district between 1989 and 1990.
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    Articles/Websites
    Murderpedia. (n.d.). Alejandro Henriquez. Retrieved 02/05/2021 from https://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/henriquez-alejandro.htm
    Fisher, Ian. (08/29/1992). Bronx Man Is Convicted In 3 Slayings. The New York Times. Retrieved 02/06/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1992/08/29/nyregion/bronx-man-is-convicted-in-3-slayings.html
    Gonzalez, Juan. (07/03/1991). At long last, a chance for justice. Daily News. Retrieved 02/06/2021 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/468934135/
    Criminal Minds Wiki. (n.d.). Alejandro Henriquez. Retrieved 02/09/2021 from https://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/Alejandro_Henriquez
    Fisher, Ian. (08/17/1992). Reporter’s Notebook; Slaying Case Crawls Toward End. The New York Times. Retrieved 02/12/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1992/08/17/nyregion/reporter-s-notebook-slaying-case-crawls-toward-end.html
    Curry-Reyes, Traciy. (n.d.). Fatal Vows The Alexandra O'Hara Story. FatalVowsAlexandraOHara.Blogspot. Retrieved 02/12/2021 from http://fatalvowsalexandraohara.blogspot.com/
    Newman, Maria. (08/01/1992). Suspect in 3 Bronx Killings Denied Wrongdoing in Tape. The New York Times. Retrieved 02/12/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1992/08/01/nyregion/suspect-in-3-bronx-killings-denied-wrongdoing-in-tape.html
    Wilson, Janet; Gearty, Robert. (10/25/1990). Grief Links Bronx Families. Daily News. Retrieved 02/13/2021 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/466805292/
    Dubner, Stephen J. (10/19/1992). Portrait of a Serial Killer. New York Magazine (pg 82-87). Retrieved 02/13/2021 from https://books.google.com/books?id=O-UCAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA82&source=gbs_toc_r&cad=2#v=onepage&q&f=false
    Papay Jr., Augustine. (10/28/1997). A Case Of Investigative Malpractice. Google Groups/Misc Writing. Retrieved 02/13/2021 from https://groups.google.com/g/misc.writing/c/9YXWd9PX1Yk?pli=1
    Byrne, Virginia. (10/28/1990). NYC Police Play Down Fears of Serial Killer in Bronx Deaths. Associated Press. Retrieved 02/15/2021 from https://apnews.com/article/a397fcb82a4ba4755d937f5f0bfecfc5
    Gonzalez, David; Lorch, Donatella. (07/13/1991). Intricate Trail to Bronx Murder Charges. The New York Times. Retrieved 02/15/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1991/07/13/nyregion/intricate-trail-to-bronx-murder-charges.html
    Books
    Jacobs, David. (2000). Beast of The Bronx. In Road Kill (From the Files of True Detective) (p. 33-56). Bemidji, MN: Pinnacle.
    Video
    Serial Killer with Piers Morgan - Alex Henriquezhttps://www.netflix.com/watch/80992867The case of Alex Henriquez: Bronx cab driver turned Evil | True Crime Thursday | JackieF

    • 1 hr 10 min
    E111: The Zebra Murders Pt 2

    E111: The Zebra Murders Pt 2

    This is Part Two of our story on The Zebra Murders, which were racially motivated murders committed by a group of black men associated with a splinter group of The Nation of Islam. The murders occurred in San Francisco, California between October 1973 and April 1974, and at least fifteen people were killed and eight others were wounded.
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    Articles/Websites
    Wikipedia contributors. (12/15/2020). Zebra murders. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01/27/2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Zebra_murders&oldid=994352025
    CBS SF Bay Area. (11/06/14). Zebra Murders: Remembering Fear That Gripped San Francisco 40 Years Later. Retrieved 01/27/2021 from https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2014/11/06/remembering-the-zebra-killings-40-years-later-racially-motivated/
    Turner, Wallace. (05/02/1974). Seven Blacks Seized in 'Zebra' Murders. The New York Times. Retrieved 01/27/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1974/05/02/archives/seven-blacks-seized-in-zebra-murders-seven-blacks-held-in-zebra.html
    Gartrell, Nate. (01/28/2020). Last two living ‘Zebra’ killers denied parole; tied to massive California murder spree targeting whites at random. The Mercury News. Retrieved 01/28/2021 from https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/01/28/last-two-living-zebra-killers-denied-parole-tied-to-massive-california-murder-spree-targeting-whites-at-random/
    FindLaw. (03/25/1983). PEOPLE v. COOKS. Retrieved 01/28/2021 from https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ca-court-of-appeal/1838717.html
    Spotswood, Beth. (03/27/2013). 5 Interesting Facts About The 'Zebra Killings' From The 1970s. SFist. Retrieved 01/29/2021 from https://sfist.com/2013/03/27/5_interesting_facts_about_the_zebra/
    Muller, Eddie. (09/17/2006). Zebra murders meant to start race war. SFGate. Retrieved 01/30/2021 from https://www.sfgate.com/books/article/Zebra-murders-meant-to-start-race-war-2469576.php
    Delvin, F. Roger. (1/8/2020). The Zebra Killings. American Renaissance. Retrieved on 1/30/2021 from https://www.amren.com/features/2021/01/the-zebra-killings/
    Hoad, Phil. (7/18/2012). Why Bruce Lee and kung fu films hit home with black audiences. The Guardian.  Retrieved 1/30/2021 from https://www.theguardian.com/film/filmblog/2012/jul/18/bruce-lee-films-black-audiences
    SDSUnbound. (n.d.). Unidentified group of people in front of Muhammad's Temple Number 26. Retrieved 1/31/2021 from https://digitallibrary.sdsu.edu/islandora/object/sdsu%3A42524
    Historic Crimes. (n.d.). San Francisco’s Zebra Murders. Retrieved 02/01/2021 from http://historiccrimes.blogspot.com/2017/12/san-franciscos-zebra-murders.html
    Criminal Minds Wiki. (n.d.). The Zebra Killers. Retrieved 02/01/2021 from https://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/The_Zebra_Killers
    History Commons. (n.d.). October 20, 1973 - May 1, 1974: Racially Motivated ‘Zebra’ Killings Sweep through San Francisco. Retrieved 02/01/2021 from http://www.historycommons.org/context.jsp?item=a10730574zebrakillings#a10730574zebrakillings

    • 1 hr 10 min
    E110: The Zebra Murders Pt 1

    E110: The Zebra Murders Pt 1

    The Zebra Murders were racially motivated murders committed by a group of black men associated with a splinter group of The Nation of Islam. The murders occurred in San Francisco, California between October 1973 and April 1974, and at least fifteen people were killed and eight others were wounded.
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    Articles/WebsitesWikipedia contributors. (12/15/2020). Zebra murders. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01/27/2021, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Zebra_murders&oldid=994352025CBS SF Bay Area. (11/06/14). Zebra Murders: Remembering Fear That Gripped San Francisco 40 Years Later. Retrieved 01/27/2021 from https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2014/11/06/remembering-the-zebra-killings-40-years-later-racially-motivated/Turner, Wallace. (05/02/1974). Seven Blacks Seized in 'Zebra' Murders. The New York Times. Retrieved 01/27/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1974/05/02/archives/seven-blacks-seized-in-zebra-murders-seven-blacks-held-in-zebra.htmlGartrell, Nate. (01/28/2020). Last two living ‘Zebra’ killers denied parole; tied to massive California murder spree targeting whites at random. The Mercury News. Retrieved 01/28/2021 from https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/01/28/last-two-living-zebra-killers-denied-parole-tied-to-massive-california-murder-spree-targeting-whites-at-random/FindLaw. (03/25/1983). PEOPLE v. COOKS. Retrieved 01/28/2021 from https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ca-court-of-appeal/1838717.htmlSpotswood, Beth. (03/27/2013). 5 Interesting Facts About The 'Zebra Killings' From The 1970s. SFist. Retrieved 01/29/2021 from https://sfist.com/2013/03/27/5_interesting_facts_about_the_zebra/Muller, Eddie. (09/17/2006). Zebra murders meant to start race war. SFGate. Retrieved 01/30/2021 from https://www.sfgate.com/books/article/Zebra-murders-meant-to-start-race-war-2469576.phpDelvin, F. Roger. (1/8/2020). The Zebra Killings. American Renaissance. Retrieved on 1/30/2021 from https://www.amren.com/features/2021/01/the-zebra-killings/Hoad, Phil. (7/18/2012). Why Bruce Lee and kung fu films hit home with black audiences. The Guardian.  Retrieved 1/30/2021 from https://www.theguardian.com/film/filmblog/2012/jul/18/bruce-lee-films-black-audiencesSDSUnbound. (n.d.). Unidentified group of people in front of Muhammad's Temple Number 26. Retrieved 1/31/2021 from https://digitallibrary.sdsu.edu/islandora/object/sdsu%3A42524Historic Crimes. (n.d.). San Francisco’s Zebra Murders. Retrieved 02/01/2021 from http://historiccrimes.blogspot.com/2017/12/san-franciscos-zebra-murders.htmlCriminal Minds Wiki. (n.d.). The Zebra Killers. Retrieved 02/01/2021 from https://criminalminds.fandom.com/wiki/The_Zebra_KillersHistory Commons. (n.d.). October 20, 1973 - May 1, 1974: Racially Motivated ‘Zebra’ Killings Sweep through San Francisco. Retrieved 02/01/2021 from http://www.historycommons.org/context.jsp?item=a10730574zebrakillings#a10730574zebrakillingsBureaucracybuster's Blog. (07/18/2016). Jessie Lee Cooks.

    • 1 hr
    E109: Carolyn King

    E109: Carolyn King

    In the Fall of 1993, Carolyn King, a black woman, along with her younger boyfriend, robbed and murdered two different people, in two different American cities, 2300 miles apart from each other. The police were after them, but were always one step behind, as the couple road tripped across the country, committing crimes along the way.Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there!
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    Articles/WebsitesMurderpedia.(n.d.). Carolyn Ann King. Retrieved 01/21/2021 from https://murderpedia.org/female.K/k/king-carolyn.htmSurviving Straight Inc. (n.d.). Retrieved 01/23/2021 from http://survivingstraightinc.com/
    FindLaw. (12/02/1998). Commonwealth v King. Retrieved 01/23/2021 from https://caselaw.findlaw.com/pa-supreme-court/1309619.html
    CaseText. (08/17/2010). Commonwealth v. Martin. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://casetext.com/case/com-v-martin-24
    DuBach, Jared. (03/29/2010). Film crew revisits case about N.D. woman found dead near Osino. Elko Daily. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://elkodaily.com/news/local/film-crew-revisits-case-about-n-d-woman-found-dead-near-osino/article_fb6e1e65-bff1-58a3-b90e-169f2a952b57.html
    CaseText. (11/26/2012). Commonwealth v. King. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://casetext.com/case/commonwealth-v-king-112
    Stewart, Les. (01/21/2016). Carolyn King resentenced to life term for 1993 Palmyra murder. Lebanon Daily News. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://www.ldnews.com/story/archives/2016/01/21/carolyn-king-resentenced-life-term-1993-palmyra-murder/79126248/
    Falk, Jeff. (04/13/2020). Former Lebanon reporter still unsettled by Palmyra slaying, 25 years after trial. LebTown. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://lebtown.com/2020/04/13/former-lebanon-reporter-still-unsettled-by-palmyra-slaying-25-years-after-trial/
    Jamison, Kerry. (02/16/1996). Martin Gets Life Without Parole for Elko Murder. Elko Daily Free Press. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/477283669/
    Jamison, Kerry. (12/01/1994). Local murder suspects receive death sentences. Elko Daily Free Press. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/477118463
    Indiana Gazette. (1/19/2000). Supreme Court Refuses Death-row Appeals. Newspapers.com. Retrieved 1/24/2021 from https://www.newspapers.com/image/527917333/
    Podcasts
    The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX. (11/14/2020). Reveal Presents: American Rehab.  Retrieved 1/24/2021 from https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLnJldmVhbHJhZGlvLm9yZy9yZXZlYWxwcmVzZW50cw&ep=14
    Video
    Wicked Attraction S3 E5. Beyond The Wire. Investigation Discovery.https://www.discoveryplus.com/video/wicked-attraction/beyond-the-wire
    The FBI Files. S6 E2. Dead Run. New Dominion Pictures.https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B085D9Z9ZT
    History
    Historic Manassas. (). Native Legacy: The Patawomeck Indians of Virginia. Retrieved 01/24/2021 from https://visitmanassas.org/event/nativelegacythepatawomeckindiansofvirginia
    Wikipedia contributors. (01/25/2021). Manassas, Virginia. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    E108: Miyuki Ishikawa

    E108: Miyuki Ishikawa

    This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Miyuki Ishikawa, a Japanese midwife who is believed to have murdered somewhere around 100 babies, with the aid of several accomplices, throughout the 1940s. 
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    Articles/Websites
    Archive.Today. (7/17/2012). Jusanin case. Retrieved 1/3/2021 from https://archive.is/20120717211837/http://www.alpha-net.ne.jp/users2/knight9/kotobuki.htm#selection-221.0-221.276
    Yabusaka.moo.jp. (n.d.). Jusanin's child murder case. Retrieved 01/09/21 from http://yabusaka.moo.jp/kotobuki.htm
    Wikipedia contributors. (01/06/2021). Miyuki Ishikawa. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01/09/2021 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Miyuki_Ishikawa&oldid=998581778
    De Klein, Dirk. (n.d.). Miyuki Ishikawa-the Demon midwife. History of Sorts. Retrieved 01/10/2020 from https://dirkdeklein.net/2016/08/12/miyuki-ishikawa-the-demon-midwife/
    Absolute Crime. (n.d.). Miyuki Ishikawa. Retrieved 01/10/2020 from http://www.absolutecrime.com/miyuki-ishikawa.html
    Chards, María Isabel Carrasco Cara. (01/26/2018). Meet The Japanese Midwife Who Killed More Than A Hundred Children To Spare Them From Misery. Cultura Colectiva. Retrieved 01/17/2021 from https://culturacolectiva.com/history/miyuki-ishikawa-serial-killer-midwife
    History
    Imperial War Museums. (n.d.). A quick Guide to Japan’s Role in WWII. Retrieved 01/14/2021 from https://www.iwm.org.uk/history/a-quick-guide-to-japans-role-in-the-second-world-war
    The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. (n.d.). Japanese American internment. Encyclopaedia Britannica. Retrieved 01/14/2021 from https://www.britannica.com/event/Japanese-American-internment
    History.com Editors. (03/30/2020). Nazi Party. History.com. Retrieved 01/14/2021 from https://www.history.com/topics/world-war-ii/nazi-party
    Asia For Educators. (n.d.). The American Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952. Columbia.edu. Retrieved 01/16/2021 from http://afe.easia.columbia.edu/special/japan_1900_occupation.htm
    The New York Times. (12/08/1973). Infanticide in Japan: Sign of the Times? Retrieved 12/16/2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/1973/12/08/archives/infanticide-in-japan-sign-of-the-times-daughters-spared.html
    Drixler, Fabian. (05/25/2013). Contested Worldviews and a Demographic Revolution. In Mabiki: Infanticide and Population Growth in Eastern Japan, 1660–1950. (p 1-3). University of California Press. Retrieved 01/15/2021 from https://content.ucpress.edu/chapters/12058.ch01.pdf
    Little, Becky. (05/20/2019). How the Nazis Were Inspired by Jim Crow. History. Retrieved 01/17/2021 from https://www.history.com/news/how-the-nazis-were-inspired-by-jim-crow
    PAA Confex. (n.d.). The Geography of Wartime Demographic Change: Japan, 1944-47. Retrieved 1/16/2021 from https://paa.confex.com/paa/2016/mediafile/ExtendedAbstract/Paper3837/Demographic%20impact%20of%20WWII%20in%20Japan_07_09_2015_Manuscript_Final.pdf
    Wikipedia contributors. (01/02/2021). Baby boom

    • 58 min
    Bonus: Military Murder

    Bonus: Military Murder

    Today we have a special episode for you from Military Murder, a podcast hosted by Margot. She is a woman of color, a veteran, a mama and a true crime enthusiast. Military Murder Podcast covers a different genre of true crime – crimes committed by military members, veterans, or their family members! This episode is called the Newlywed Murders. Don’t forget to subscribe to Military Murder!
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    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
378 Ratings

378 Ratings

addiealy ,

I love y’all

I love y’all but HATE the air horn. Am I gonna keep listening despite the air horn? One hundred percent yes despite my sensitive ears. I love the discussions of socioeconomics, racism and inequity and the impact on the justice system. I have to wonder how many of these folks wouldn’t have turned out the way they did if they had proper interventions in school as young children. I also believe so many went on for so long because the people of color who were their victims didn’t matter to law enforcement, the media or the public. I love both of you and keep doing what your doing.

AngSigns ,

Best Theme Song Ever. And the podcast is good too!

Discovered thanks to Jensen and Holes. I’ve loved catching up on episodes. Love listening to Wendy and Beth in the car or while working from home. The Maury Travis episodes stand out since I’m from that area. Love culture corner as well. Hip hop air horns for all!

ajelks90 ,

Unique Focus on Serial Killers of Color

The show focuses on serial killers of color that you don’t hear about on other podcasts. They have a lot of extraneous conversations though, which is why I had to give 3 stars. If you don’t mind skipping ahead a few 15 minutes or so during each episode to get to the story, they do a good job.

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