291 episodes

Our passion- true crime.
Our mission- to bring awareness to all cases.
On Inhuman you’ll hear everything from the most deranged serial killers, to that missing persons case you’ve been invested in for the last 10 years, to the occasional spooky tale. It’s like kicking it with your besties talking about true crime. Hosted by Haley Toumaian Price and Andrea Shaenanigans, we’re just trying to keep it human over here.

Inhuman: A True Crime Podcast Inhuman Podcast

    • True Crime
    • 4.6 • 2.5K Ratings

Our passion- true crime.
Our mission- to bring awareness to all cases.
On Inhuman you’ll hear everything from the most deranged serial killers, to that missing persons case you’ve been invested in for the last 10 years, to the occasional spooky tale. It’s like kicking it with your besties talking about true crime. Hosted by Haley Toumaian Price and Andrea Shaenanigans, we’re just trying to keep it human over here.

    Episode 285: Survivors: Mary and Beth Stauffer

    Episode 285: Survivors: Mary and Beth Stauffer

    Mary Stauffer and her 8 year old daughter Beth were abducted after leaving a hair salon on May 16, 1980. They were held for the next 53 days by someone from Mary’s past who was was an absolute monster for all he did to Mary, Beth, and a 6 year old boy named Jason Wilkman. Thankfully, Mary and Beth made a brave escape and their abductor, Ming Sen Shiue had to face justice - but not before making one last effort to stop Mary from testifying against him. 

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    • 58 min
    Episode 285: Listener Stories Volume 25

    Episode 285: Listener Stories Volume 25

    Buckle up for an episode full of real-life true crime experiences, beautiful messages from beyond the grave, and an inspiring message from one of our listeners: “Nothing matters except the footprints we leave behind” -Nuria. 

    If you or someone you know needs help, please contact the 24-hour Crisis Helpline at 988. Find other International Suicide Hotlines here:  https://blog.opencounseling.com/suicide-hotlines/

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    • 44 min
    Episode 284: The Disappearance of Leah Roberts

    Episode 284: The Disappearance of Leah Roberts

    Leah Roberts seemingly took off on a spontaneous cross-country trip to see the beautiful mountains in Washington that her favorite author, Jack Kerouac, had once described. She had been through several tragedies and was living her “second chance” at life, but 9 days after she left her home in North Carolina, her car was found crashed and abandoned. And Leah has never been seen since. 

    Leah Roberts is currently classified as endangered missing. At the time of her disappearance, she had blonde hair and blue eyes and was about 5’6” and 130lbs. She has a surgical scar on her right hip and a metal rod in her leg. She has pierced ears and dimples. She would be 47 years old today. Anyone with any information can contact the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office at 360-676-6650. 

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    • 45 min
    283: The Unexplained Murder of Alonzo Brooks

    283: The Unexplained Murder of Alonzo Brooks

    Twenty-three-year-old Alonzo Brooks attended a party in April of 2004, despite being a homebody, he decided to accompany a few friends to La Cynge, Kansas. Throughout the evening, Alonzo's friends gradually departed, leaving him stranded with no means of getting back home. The next day, Alonzo had not returned, triggering immediate concern from his family. Nearly a month later, his body was discovered under highly suspicious circumstances. To this day, Alonzo's mysterious death remains unsolved. If you have any information pertaining to Alonzo's case, please reach out to the FBI at 816-512-8200 or 816-474-TIPS, or submit a tip online at fbi.tips.gov.

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    • 37 min
    Episode 282: The Recently Solved Murder of Yvonne Menke

    Episode 282: The Recently Solved Murder of Yvonne Menke

    Yvonne Menke was heading to warm up her car outside her apartment in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin on December 12, 1985 when she was fatally shot 3 times. While her daughter witnessed a suspect jogging away, there wasn’t enough evidence to tie the main suspect, her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend Mary Jo Lunsmann, to the murder. 38 years later, an arrest was made, and that suspect, now 80 years old, is currently awaiting trial. 

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    • 49 min
    Episode 281: The Unsolved Murders of Barbara and Patricia Grimes

    Episode 281: The Unsolved Murders of Barbara and Patricia Grimes

    Two sisters, 15 year old Barbara and 12 year old Patricia Grimes, disappeared after watching a movie at the Brighton Park Movie Theater in Chicago on December 28, 1956. Less than a month later their nude bodies were found on the side of a highway, covered in snow. There were no fatal wounds to either sister, which baffled investigators. To this day, their murders remain unsolved. If you have any information about this case please contact the Cook Co Sherriff's Office at  (708)-865-4700 or you can submit a tip here: https://www.cookcountysheriffil.gov/case/819/

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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

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2.5K Ratings

2.5K Ratings

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Just starting up the podcast

I’m gonna be honest, I was iffy about listening to you guys but super glad I started listen to you guys. The last dozen I have listened to, you say things that I think in my head and agree with the things you say.

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I’ve listened to you guys from very early on and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed your episodes until a few months ago.. some of the banter, school-girl laughing at in appropriate times and the constant ‘oh-my god, wooooow, yeaa, uh-huh’ literally makes me cringe. When Haley had her baby (congrats) dynamic changed and I actually was unable to listen to the podcast for a period of time due to all the baby background noise… I love to listen to my podcasts when my own baby sleeps so every time I hear the baby noise I have to stop, pause the show and pull up my baby cam because I’m thinking it’s my own kid. Its horrible and incredibly distracting to the point I could no longer focus on what’s being said in the show.

amberkells ,

Listener tales

You guys are the best podcast ever everyday when I feel sad I listen to you and makes my day

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