A True Crime Podcast for the Natural State of Arkansas. Join Melanie & Davey as they dive deep into the lesser known crimes of murders, missing persons and misconducts around the state of Arkansas.
Eat Your Vegetables//Episode 17
The story of Laura and Maryann Reid
Get ready Y'all!!!
Not long now!
Forgiveness://The Susan Hazard Story.//Episode.16
It was a typical day for the employees at the non-profit Care & Share program located in NW Arkansas on 10/3/17. Volunteers consisting of mostly elderly retired individuals began to arrive to start out their day of caring for those less fortunate in the surrounding areas. Co-workers of Ms. Susan Hazard noticed her absence and had received a voicemail from her stating that she would not be in that day as she was home sick. Since this was so out of character for her they began to call and check on her.
When Susan answered her phone it was apparent that she had just been through one of the roughest nights of her entire life and this would be worse than the typical 24 hour stomach bug. Susan had just endured 18 hours of a brutal assault by a 31 year old man that would change her life forever.
Don't Ask Why, Just Offer a Helping Hand: A Tale of Domestic Abuse.//The Heather Stubbs Story.//Episode15
According to The National Domestic Violence Hotline, on average it will take a victim SEVEN TIMES to leave an abusive relationship before staying away for good.
This wasn't the case for a single mother from Conway, Arkansas. It took her only one attempt to escape from the torment of her own prison that at one time was thought to be a budding relationship.
Instead, the relationship withered away to a death sentence of a crime for which she did not commit.
If you are a victim or know a victim of domestic abuse and need help, reach out to The National Domestic Violence Hotline by dialing 1-800-799-SAFE or 1-844-237-2331
You don't have to sit in silence and suffer, you are not alone and NEVER be too afraid to reach out. There are people out there who are willing to help.
There's a Fine Line between Love & Hate between siblings://The Candace & Colton Harvey Story
It was a cold Sunday morning on January 15, 2012, bound to turn into a beautiful day with highs headed In to the mid 60's. Fifteen year old Colton Harvey is awakened by his parents around 7-8 am. He isn't the most pleasant teenager to be around as most adolescent boys aren't usually the perkiest early morning risers, especially when you're still grounded because your Dad found your stash of chewing tobacco in the pocket of your jacket just 2 days prior.
For all the bright, cheerful and bubbly personality that Candace was, there was the same amount of dark, sad and something lingering over Colton that just simply could not be described. Colton was Candace's polar opposite. Though he never really acted out in school, caused the local neighbors any trouble or ever really even been known as a troublesome kid, he did seem to act out towards his parents a lot at home and of course, in turn this would land him in some sort of a punishment. This would be the case on January 13, 2012. Colton was grounded until further notice once the chewing tobacco was discovered in his jacket pocket. Little did Colton's parents know it would be Candace, their 16 year old daughter that would end up paying the price for Colton's actions that day.
Satan Desires a Dodge Avenger: The Kevin Agilar Story://episode13
The year is 2005, in late August, its Hurricane season for those that enjoy the salty life. Here in Arkansas, a young man packs his belongings & loads up his car in preparation to travel the 200 + miles that will take him South to Louisiana. He is an electrician & wherever his skills are needed, he is willing to travel in order to provide for his daughter and her mother.
As his Mother, Pam watches her son load his car with his personal items, she is of course hoping for safe travels and a quick return. She certainly never imagined that in just 6 short days she would be burying her son.
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Just found yalls podcast this week and I’m almost done with every episode. I drive for Fedex and listen to podcasts all day. Love true crime and have been waiting on good local Arkansas stories. Great job.......now carry on.
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Can’t believe I found a podcast from my home state. Great job! Please keep it up
The first 3 episodes were amazing. After that this podcast is horrible!