38 episodes

Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature through details of the world's most fascinating true crime cases.

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Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature through details of the world's most fascinating true crime cases.

    EP39: The Comic Book Killer

    EP39: The Comic Book Killer

    On Friday, July 13, 1990, the body of 32-year-old Barbara George was found in the backroom of her comic book store in Clinton Township, Michigan. Initially, when she was found, it appeared that she had maybe suffered a heart attack or was fatally injured somehow. However, when she was transported to the hospital, a nurse found a bullet wound on her head that had been hidden by her thick hair. Unfortunately, due to lack of physical evidence and very little clues, Barbara’s murder remained unsolved until a cold case unit reignited the investigation and discovered an important clue that had been overlooked.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:https://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/2011/11/michael_george_gets_life_in_pr.html https://www.macombdaily.com/news/comic-book-murder-figure-loses-appeal/article_67c64533-e4db-5dd0-b114-260f00346612.html http://www.nbcnews.com/id/24546594/ns/dateline_nbc-crime_reports/t/closing-book-comic-book-murder/ https://patch.com/michigan/clintontwp/dateline-nbc-revisits-comic-book-murder-case-in-clintfb5a7692ca 

    • 47 min
    EP38: The Surprise Party for Janet

    EP38: The Surprise Party for Janet

    In 2004, a film class at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, set out to make a documentary on the 1978 cold case murder of 22-year-old Janet Chandler. Janet was known by her family to be a conservative woman of strong Christian faith and morals, but an investigation into her murder showed there was another side to Janet that she kept hidden from her parents. On a cold January night, while working as the front clerk at the Blue Mill Inn Hotel, Janet was kidnapped. Two days later her naked, brutalized body was found buried in the snow. For almost 30 years, at least 25 witnesses were able to keep secret the horrific details of the last 17 hours of Janet's life. The betrayal, humiliation, and brutality of this crime can not be understated.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:https://www.heraldpalladium.com/localnews/woman-details-murder-plans/article_8ce43ef7-d757-5813-9a50-bdf9f3885ce3.html http://www.delayedjustice.com/ https://ellenkilloran.substack.com/p/the-misappearance-of-steven-kubacki-f4a 

    • 44 min
    EP37: The Prodigal Son

    EP37: The Prodigal Son

    December 10, 2003 was supposed to be an evening of a wonderful celebration for the Whitaker family.  The family was celebrating the upcoming college graduation of the eldest son, Bart, and the family went to a popular Sugar Land, Texas eatery called Pappadeaux to start the festivities.  When the family returned home, however, they were met with unspeakable terror--there was a man in their home whose plan was to rob the home then execute them all.  When police arrived on the scene, they started to notice the robbery looked staged, and when they started to dig around in Bart’s background, they found things that just didn’t add up to what appeared to happen that night in December. The police would discover a plan that was over two years in the making about a son whose greed for money was more important to him than his own family.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:Savage Son by Cory Mitchell

    • 46 min
    EP36: Killing the Man in the Mirror

    EP36: Killing the Man in the Mirror

    In the summer of 1984, 14-year-old Kenny Myers left his home to go for a bike ride when he failed to return, his mother reported him missing.  His strangled body was found 30 miles away in a park.  A year later, 13-year-old Shawn Moore disappeared while riding his bike and like Kenny, his body was found decomposed two weeks later, 150 miles from his house.  Other teen boys reported being kidnapped in a similar fashion, but after their assaults, they were released.  Tips began pouring in and eventually the killer, 26-year-old Ronald Bailey, was arrested.   His background showed a history of kidnapping and homosexual rapes, starting when he was only 13 years old.    Eventually, Ronald opened up to FBI forensic profiler John Douglas about how he chose his victims and his method of murder.  Ronald killed boys that reminded him of his younger self.  He rationalized that If he could kill his teen self, then he could prevent the monster he grew up to be from hurting others.   No one will know the true count of Ronald’s murdered victims, but authorities are convinced Shawn and Kenny weren’t the only ones.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources: The Livingston Daily PressThe Livingston PostJourney into Darkness by John Douglas

    • 44 min
    EP35: The Freezer

    EP35: The Freezer

    On June 2, 1991, in southern California, Denise Huber was getting ready to go to a Morrisey concert with a friend.  After the concert, she and her friend, Rob, went for drinks at a local watering hole.  They invited more friends to join them and the night didn’t end until last call.  Denise dropped Rob off at his house at about 2 am, and she told him she was on her way home.  She was never seen alive again.  Denise car was found on the side of the highway the next day but the police came up short on clues.  It wasn’t until three years later when someone noticed a Ryder truck parked in a driveway in Arizona did the horror of what happened to Denise come to light.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:Cold Storage by Don Lasseter 

    • 54 min
    EP34: Casket Closed

    EP34: Casket Closed

    Two days before her graduation from high school, 17-year-old Shari Smith was kidnapped from her mailbox. The kidnapper called her family on eight different occasions taunting them and even threatened that Shari's 21-year-old sister, Dawn, would suffer the same fate. Eventually, the perpetrator's phone calls stopped, but his crimes didn't. Two weeks after Shari's disappearance, he called the Smith family again and provided them with the directions to where the body of his newest victim could be found.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:The Rose of Shari Smith by Hilda SmithMurder in the Midlands by Rita Y. Shuler 

    • 49 min

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