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From rape cases to hazings, slayings to suicides, murders to massacres, kidnapping to killings, and controversial deaths — you can find them all in the PH Murder Stories podcast. Episodes are published every 2nd, 4th, and 5th Saturday of the month. Learn more about us by visiting [phmurderstories.com].

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    • True Crime
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

From rape cases to hazings, slayings to suicides, murders to massacres, kidnapping to killings, and controversial deaths — you can find them all in the PH Murder Stories podcast. Episodes are published every 2nd, 4th, and 5th Saturday of the month. Learn more about us by visiting [phmurderstories.com].

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    The Silent Killer: Nieves Fernandez (World War II)

    The Silent Killer: Nieves Fernandez (World War II)

    There's a saying. Heroes come and go, but legends are forever.



    Nieves Fernandez was a legendary Filipina guerilla leader from the province of Leyte that unbelievably fought against the Japanese forces during the height of World War II.



    Her courageous efforts in fending off the country's enemies at the time earned her the nickname, The Silent Killer.



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    • 12 min
    Killer Caught on Cam: The Slaying of Reynaldo Dagsa (2011)

    Killer Caught on Cam: The Slaying of Reynaldo Dagsa (2011)

    On New Year's Eve of 2011, 35-year-old Reynaldo Dagsa, a Barangay councilman from Caloocan City, requested his family to wake him up before midnight to join in on the new year's festivities in the wonder of the fireworks around them.



    He was taking pictures of his wife, daughter, and mother-in-law outside their home on New Year's Day when the gunman, Arnel Buenaflor, came from behind a car and cold-bloodedly shot Dagsa on his right forearm and chest.



    What makes this case peculiar is that the victim was able to snap a photo of his family seconds before the suspect pulled the trigger on him.



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    • 13 min
    Herbert Colanggo and the Horrific RCBC Cabuyao Massacre (2008)

    Herbert Colanggo and the Horrific RCBC Cabuyao Massacre (2008)

    On May 16, 2008, eight bank employees, a security guard, and a depositor were lined up and blown out their heads after a group of men robbed the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) located at Science Park Branch in Cabuyao, Laguna.

    This summary execution-style robbery was tagged as the bloodiest bank robbery in the country's history, as they were all sprawled on the floor with a single gunshot to their head.



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    • 13 min
    The Slaying of Elvira Manahan (1986)

    The Slaying of Elvira Manahan (1986)

    ​Every generation has had its own share of "It" girls. These icons were trendsetters when it came to fashion and lifestyle, and everyone who's anyone wanted to be like them; or even have just a whiff of their aura.

    Their legacies stood the test of time. They would eventually be known for years, even decades beyond their lifetime.

    During the 1950s in the Philippines, one such "It" girl was Elvira Manahan.

    Elvira Manahan was a society and fashion icon in the Philippines whose reputation remains unrivaled to this day. All that came to an end the day she was murdered on October 14, 1986—leaving behind a legacy of glamour and mystery.



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    • 16 min
    #NoToBullying: The Slaying of Julieta Bacaltos (2022)

    #NoToBullying: The Slaying of Julieta Bacaltos (2022)

    On May 4, 2022, a 51-year-old mentally disabled woman was found dead inside her house located in the town of Sibonga, 51 kilometers southeast of Cebu City.



    Authorities quickly figured out what happened after the victim's 19-year-old son confessed that he killed his own mother because he could not stand the bullying he's been getting from his friends and classmates due to her mental illness.



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    • 10 min
    The Abduction and Murder of Mayor Gisela Boniel (2017)

    The Abduction and Murder of Mayor Gisela Boniel (2017)

    On June 7, 2017, then-Mayor Gisela Boniel of Bien Unido, Bohol, was abducted and presumed killed after her husband, former Board Member Niño Rey Boniel pleaded guilty to the murder of his wife in February 2022.

     

    In the past five years, there have been a lot of twists and turns in this case that ended up with the most obvious conclusion.



    However, there is more to this story that needs to be thoroughly covered, such as the missing body of Gisela Boniel.



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    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Reptilian Monica ,

Giving the AAPI communities a voice

Having lived in the Philippines for a number of years and being Filipino, there is definitely a dichotomy in being a beautiful tropical paradise with mysterious and crime-filled hidden secrets. This podcast is well-researched, great audio and speaking quality, and is overall informative but easy to get into. Thanks for giving Filipinos a voice in the podcast world!

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Fantastic!

Really intense and will keep you on the edge of your seat! Very detailed and descriptive from the first minute! Excellent host and really draws you into the crime with the situation at hand! Great host! Looking forward to more!

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International Murder Stories

Great production, easy to binge, intriguing stories. Not much else to say! Fans of true crime will love this one.

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