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A podcast taking you A-Z through the most notorious criminals you've ever (or never) heard of. Hosted by Kelsey Sorderberg and Madison Rose.

The Criminal Alphabet Maddi & Kelsey

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.1 • 8 Ratings

A podcast taking you A-Z through the most notorious criminals you've ever (or never) heard of. Hosted by Kelsey Sorderberg and Madison Rose.

    T is for... The Twenty Year Disappearance of Ashley Freeman and Laura Bible

    T is for... The Twenty Year Disappearance of Ashley Freeman and Laura Bible

    This week, Kelsey dives into the 1999 disappearance of Ashley Freeman and Laura Bible, 16-year-old best friends who went missing from the scene of the double homicide of Ashley's parents in Oklahoma. Kelsey will take Criminal Alphabet listeners along for the ride on the winding theories surrounding the murders of the Freeman's and the teens' disappearances as well as giving an update on the most recent turn of events in the case! 

    We'll talk at you again.. sometime for U! 


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    • 25 min
    S is for... Slenderman Stabbing

    S is for... Slenderman Stabbing

    After a lengthy hiatus (whoops) the Alphabet ladies are back with 'S' in the Criminal Alphabet. This week Maddi takes back the mic to cover the 2014 Slenderman Stabbing when two twelve-year-old girls planned and attempted to murder a classmate in the woods of Wisconsin. 

    Talk at you next time!

    • 30 min
    R is for... Richard Ramirez

    R is for... Richard Ramirez

    This week Alphabet Gal Kelsey takes us back to Southern California circa 1980 to tell the tale of true satanist Richard Ramirez and teach us about Hybristophilia... good luck. 

    Talk at ya next time! 

    xx 

    Follow us on social: @criminal_alphabet on Instagram


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    • 32 min
    Q is for... The ChappaQuiddick Incident

    Q is for... The ChappaQuiddick Incident

    Q is... tough to find a case for, so with Maddi back in the hot seat she's taken this opportunity to discuss one of her favorite cases: Ted Kennedy and the death at Chappaquiddick (see, there's a Q in there). 

    Talk at you next week for 'R'!

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    • 20 min
    P is for Peter Kürten (The Vampire of Dusseldorf)

    P is for Peter Kürten (The Vampire of Dusseldorf)

    After a brief hiatus (SORRY - Maddi) the Alphabet Gals are back with P for Peter Kürten AKA the vampire/monster of Dusseldorf. 



    Talk at you next week, with a Kennedy compound scandal for Q!

    • 32 min
    O is for Ottis Toole (and Henry Lee Lucas)

    O is for Ottis Toole (and Henry Lee Lucas)

    This week, Maddi & Kelsey discuss the presumed killer of Adam Walsh and his often forgotten partner, Henry Lee Lucas; and asking the important questions like how do you know someone is dyslexic if they're illiterate?



    Talk at ya next time!  


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    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Photogal7 ,

Too much giggling

Some interesting cases, but too much giggling. It feels like a couple of teenage girls hanging out, even though I am guessing that they are older. Often their jokes are too personal, so only understood between the two of them. Maybe more editing would help? Oh, and to correct this podcast, on the Marjorie Congdon episode, the Glensheen Mansion tour guides have been allowed to talk about the murders for over 10yrs now. They will answer the questions after the official tour, so if families don’t want to stay and listen, they can leave. Also it was the nurse that was killed, not the maid. To make that situation even worse for the nurse, she had already retired, and was just filling in for a nurse who was ill. The University didn’t take ownership of the mansion until the death of Elisabeth Congdon. It was set up that way in Elisabeth’s will. The tours started 2 years after her death. Maybe a little more research needed for the co-hosts too?

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Clueless

In regards to the podcast concerning the Rosenbergs, you’re research was weak, and your understanding of the damage that was done to national security is nonexistent.

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