Listen to real life stories of murder, crime, and everything in-between. No disturbing detail is left out in this true-crime storytelling podcast. This is an ever growing collection of stories featuring famous, and not so famous, criminals from the past. Episodes feature the history, circumstances, and actions of serial killers, kidnappers, murderers, and more. The material is extremely graphic in nature and listener discretion is advised.
Richard Farley: Remove My Restraining Order or Die
In April of 1984, Richard Farley became acquainted with a 22-year-old woman named Laura Black, who worked at the same company as him. Richard immediately became obesessed with Laura and claimed that he had fallen in love with her at first sight. After having his romantic advances declined, Richard attempted to win Laura over by leaving her gifts, stalking her at the gym, and sending her photographs that had been manipulated to look like they were dating.
Janet Chandler: We'll Kill Her at Her Own Surprise Party
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In 1979, Janet Chandler was a 22-year-old woman, working at a motel called the Blue Mill Inn in Holland, Michigan. While working at the inn Janet managed to upset several security guards there as well as her own best friend, to the point where a group of them conspired to seek revenge. Together they hatched a plan to invite Janet to a "surprise party" in her honor where they would do absolutely unspeakable things to her.
Harold Shipman: The Deadliest Doctor in England
Harold Shipman was a well respected doctor working in England during the 70's, 80's, and 90's. However Harold's career took a quick turn when a fellow hospital employee began to take notice of the unusually large number of cremation forms that Harold was submitting for approval. A futher investigation revealed that Harold had an outrageously large death rate, specifically among his older female patients, that had gone unnoticed for years.
Kari Swenson: What Do You Think, Shall We Keep Her?
In 1984, a 22 year old woman named Kari Swenson went out on a training run into the wilderness of Montana. Kari happened to be a world-class athlete in the biathlon, an olympic sport which combines long distance skiing with rifle marksmanship, so endurance training was a regular part of her routine. During her run Kari encountered two stange men along the way, one of whom managed to grab hold of her wrist and refused to let her go.
John Battaglia: Listen To Me As I Murder Our Daughters
John Battaglia was born on August 2, 1955 and due to his military family, he ended up moving across the United States several times during his childhood. Later in life John moved to Highland Park, Texas where he met his second wife, Mary Pearle. Unfortunately for Mary, it was only after they had two daughters together that she found out exactly why John had already gotten divorced one time. John had a history of inflicting physical and mental abuse, and had previously sent his ex-wife to the hospital.
The Hart Family: I Wish We Had Never Adopted 6 Kids
20 Year olds Sarah and Jennifer first met each other in 1999, while they were both attending Northern State University and quickly became romantically involved with one another. A few years later the couple ended up adopting 6 children and on the outside they appeared to be a normal and happy family. However, the truth was that Sarah and Jennifer were actually abusing their adopted children at home, and when this was eventually discovered they were driven to do the unthinkable in order to avoid prison.
Love listen to your podcast. You can tell you’ve really researched each case.
One of the best straight forward and informative podcasts…. I would highly recommend
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He gets right to the story, he has a soothing voice. I highly recommend this podcast