Unsolved murders, missing persons, and the unexplained. Killin Missin Hidden publishes a new episode every Tuesday. Hosted by a former Alabama criminal defense attorney, we dig deep into each case, trying to find answers for those questions that haven't been resolved. If you like what you hear, subscribe and share us with a friend!
Daniel LaPlante - Haunted House Murderer (with Nopeville!)
In what may be the strangest case we've ever covered, we learn the of the sad upbringing of Daniel LaPlante, his rejection by his peers, his turn to crime, and the events that ultimately left him locked up in prison for the rest of his life. Seriously, we've got child abuse, unrequited love, a haunted house, a cross-dressing bride, and a triple murder. It's such a crazy case we had to invite our friends from the Nopeville podcast, Christine and Jen, to help cover everything.
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Tammy Haas - UPDATE
We covered the murder of Tammy Haas in episode 62. Since then, anonymous sources have provided Killin Missin Hidden with new information. A ton of new information. So we are reexamining this case with the new facts so we can understand more of this mysterious, unsolved murder.
Martha Lambert - Minisode
Martha Lambert was only 12 when she went missing right before Thanksgiving 1985. Did this little girl run away from her troubled one of her brothers? Listen to this mini-episode to learn about this odd case.
Phoebe Handsjuk - Suicide or Murder?
Phoebe Handsjuk was a smart and talented young lady who was battling inner demons. Her therapist was worried about her mental health and thought she was heading down a path to suicide. Her boyfriend described her alcohol addiction as a monster she just could not defeat. Ultimately, her life ended with a fall from her 12th story apartment. But did she jump or was she pushed? While police treated the death as a suicide from the get-go, investigations conducted after the fact indicate Phoebe may not have died as police determined. And her boyfriend might have been behind it all.
Japanese Vending Machine Murders - Automated Murder
How do you stop a serial killer who relies on vending machines to carry out his evil deeds?
Missing 411 - The Third
We are back with everyone's favorite topic this week, Missing 411 cases. We are rather snow-heavy in this episode, with three of our five tales focusing on skiers. As always, be prepared for stories that don't make any sense and can't be easily explained. As always, I grabbed these tales from the Missing 411 books published by David Paulides.
Love this show, must listen
Hooked after finding this podcast while searching for new shows. The host Brad has a natural informative way about him and it really lends itself to the show! Being a lawyer, his perspective is really engaging.
Excited to listen to the back log and look forward to future episodes!
Keeps getting better and better. Very quirky, interesting and spooky. Love it! My favorite podcast now.
Hooked after one ep, still listening
I almost didn't even try this show because the opening intro voice thing was off-putting to me, but I'm really glad I gave it a shot. The host, Brad, is conversational without without adding much improv, his accent is a joy, and his speaking voice is very nice. He’s a lawyer and knowledgeable and the cases are very well-researched, and he has a kind of wry humor but he's not disrespectful to victims at all. I also like his takes and insight on cases whether they're well-known or unknown to me. I was surprised to find that I liked it for some reason but now I’m going through the entire back catalogue. Also, the “palate cleanser” end-of-episode uplifting moment is a corny joke picked by one of his kids and it’s just totally charming. Honestly, one of my favs.