Graphic Detail is a serious-tone true crime podcast that covers lesser known brutal crimes, keeping in all the explicit facts, and mentions all the interesting rumors as well.
Episode 24 - Wayne Garrison
Wayne Garrison mutilated, drugged and murdered several children in the 70s-90s, with a certain fondness for severing penises.
Episode 23 - Stephen Morin
Stephen Morin raped, tortured, and murdered his way across the United States in the 70's and 80s, sometimes holding his young victims captive for weeks.
Successfully convicted of four murders, this obscure American serial killer is thought to have possibly killed upwards of 30 people by the time he was in his thirties.
Episode 22 - Zack Bowen
On an October night in 2006, 28 year old Zack Bowen jumps off the side of the Omni Royal Orleans Hotel. Inside the man's pocket, they find a note addressed to them.
Episode 21 - The Death of Baby P
Peter Connelly was a seventeen month old boy living in London, when he sustained over fifty injuries at the hands of his mother Tracey Connelly, and her boyfriend Steven Barker. From 2006-2007 Peter Connelly visited the hospital several times for his numerous injuries, but still slipped through the cracks of Haringey child services.
Episode 20 - The Greensburg Six
**Includes update to Episode 2**
Just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2010, a mentally disabled woman was found deceased and tortured, stuffed head-first into a trash can, shoved under a work truck in the parking lot of a Middle School.
Six people were involved in the homicide, and some one them met each other, as well as the victim, only four days prior to the death of Jennifer Daugherty.
Episode 19 - Duane Morrison - Platte Canyon High
In late September of 2006, 53 year old Duane Morrison walked into Platte Canyon High School with two loaded weapons, and a backpack. Morrison would go on to hold several students hostage in an English class, while sexually assaulting seven victims during the crisis. Morrison had no known connection to the school or students, and no clear motive was ever discovered for the senseless tragedy.
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