67 episodes

Most shows will show you the glamorized or sensational side of crime but we want to take a different approach. We have worked on the inside and been face to face with some of Arizona’s most notorious criminals and those whose stories you have not heard. We will take a realistic look from the inside and show you a more human side to crime. We will also take a look at some classic crimes from the past as well as some unsolved cases. We will also look at the law and forensic tools used. We might even cook up some last meal requests for you.

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Most shows will show you the glamorized or sensational side of crime but we want to take a different approach. We have worked on the inside and been face to face with some of Arizona’s most notorious criminals and those whose stories you have not heard. We will take a realistic look from the inside and show you a more human side to crime. We will also take a look at some classic crimes from the past as well as some unsolved cases. We will also look at the law and forensic tools used. We might even cook up some last meal requests for you.

    EP 62 - Bryan Patrick Miller

    EP 62 - Bryan Patrick Miller

    Almost 30 years after two young women were brutally murdered in Phoenix, the man charged with the killings could be sentenced to death. Bryan Patrick Miller, who is now 49, was not arrested until 2015 when new genealogy data led to a breakthrough in the cold case and is now going to trial. He is accused of two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of kidnapping and two counts of attempted sexual assault.

    • 39 min
    EP 61 - Pamela Phillips

    EP 61 - Pamela Phillips

    Gary Lee Triano was a millionaire real estate developer from Tucson, Arizona who was killed in Catalina Foothills by a pipe bomb explosion in his Lincoln Town Car on November 1, 1996. His former wife, Pamela Anne Phillips, a one-time model, real estate agent and socialite, was charged with orchestrating her ex-husband's death. In a sensational trial nearly 18 years after Triano's murder, Phillips was convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder and was sentenced to life in prison. Phillips, who is now incarcerated at the Arizona State Prison Complex – Perryville, claims that Triano's death was a mob revenge killing.

    • 32 min
    EP 60 - Doris Carlson

    EP 60 - Doris Carlson

    On the night of October 24/25, 1996, Doris Carlson drove John McReaken and Scott Smith, roomers in her house, to the nursing home where Doris Carlson's elderly mother-in-law, Lynne Carlson, resided. Smith served as lookout while McReaken entered the building. McReaken repeatedly stabbed Lynne in a bungled attempt to kill her. Lynne suffered greatly, but did not succumb to her fatal injuries for some 6 months.

    • 32 min
    EP 59 - Shari Tobyne

    EP 59 - Shari Tobyne

    On November 24, 2009 Shari Lee Tobyne shoots and kills her husband Dwight Tobyne, dismembers his body, and discards the remains in three separate counties.  What was the reason for her to murder her husband and chop up his body?

    • 42 min
    EP 58 - Marjorie Orbin

    EP 58 - Marjorie Orbin

    Marjorie Ann Orbin is an American woman who murdered her husband Jay Orbin in Phoenix, Arizona, on or about September 8, 2004, which would have been his 45th birthday. Jay Orbin was a jewelry dealer. In September 2004 he returned home to Phoenix from a road trip to Florida. Police said he arrived at his home on September 8, based on cell phone and credit-card records. He was never seen alive again.

    • 42 min
    EP 57 - Joyce Lukezic Pt2

    EP 57 - Joyce Lukezic Pt2

    On New Year’s Eve, 1980 Pat Redmond, his wife Marilyn and his mother Helen Phelps were preparing for a party with a few close friends when killers arrived at the home. 3 men knocked on the garage door, displayed a police badge and asked for information. 

    Suddenly they drew gung, and entered the house. They hustled the 3 occupants into a bedroom and shot each in the back of the head. It was as gruesome as Truman Capotes’s 30 year old tale In Cold Blood.

    • 22 min

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