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S1 E16: The Eastburn Family Murders
This is the story of the Eastburn Family murders and the trials of Timothy Hennis.
‘Three Trials for Murder’ by Nicholas Schmidle https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/11/14/three-trials-for-murder
Makeup & Murder Podcast
Based on the Evidence Podcast
Crime Hounds Podcast
True Crime Brewery Podcast
Military Murder Podcast
Generation Why Podcast
Serial Napper Podcast
The Criminally Obsessed Podcast
Partners N Crime Podcast
Innocent Victims by Scott Whisnant
S1 E15: Karlie and Khandalyce
In early February of 2012, Colleen Margaret Povey was in the final days of her breast cancer battle. As her family surrounded her hospital bedside, her eyes remained fixed on the door, desperately searching for the faces of her daughter and granddaughter whom she hadn’t seen in nearly three and a half years.
As Colleen’s body became weaker, she squeezed her husband Scott’s hand and asked; ‘Is Karlie and Khandalyce here yet?’
These were Colleen Povey’s final words, and within hours she passed away at the age of just 44.
This is the heartbreaking story of 20-year-old Karlie Pearce-Stevenson, and her 2-year-old daughter Khandalyce Pearce.
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Vile Files Podcast: Ep12 19th Oct 2020
True Crime Island Podcast
Murder in the Land of Oz Podcast
Australian True Crime Podcast
SBS News https://www.sbs.com.au/news/suitcase-girl-daughter-of-belanglo-woman
Express Digest https://expressdigest.com/killer-daniel-james-holdom-pens-twisted-letter-from-behind-bars-at-new-south-wales-prison/
Cold Case Investigations by Xanthe Mallett
Web Sleuths https://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/aus-khandalyce-kiara-pearce-wynarka-and-mum-karli-media-timeline-no-discussion.292447/page-3
S1 E14: Matthew Gailie
Across the US, intimate homicides account for approximately 9% of all murders nationwide, and while we hear accounts mainly of the cases involving victims that are women, violence against men and mariticide can quite often be less talked about. Mariticide is the killing of one’s husband, boyfriend or male intimate partner, and although a few cases have dominated headlines over the past 15 years or so, this has been due to the antics of the killer, while the victims in these cases remain relatively unknown. Good examples of this are the cases of Jodi Arias, who shot and killed Travis Alexander on June the 4th 2008, and that of Shayna Huber who claimed self-defense after shooting and killing Ryan Poston in October of 2012.
But there is one case that I came across that I had never heard of before, and I wanted this man's story to be heard.
This is the story of Matthew Gailie.
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Accident, Suicide, Murder: S1E8 ‘Finger on the Trigger’ May 2019
The Times Leader
Case Text: Commonwealth v. Alinsky
Research Gate: article upload by Isabella Merzagora
Law.justia.com : Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Jessica Lynn Alinsky
The Psychiatric Autopsy: Its Legal Application by Otto L. Bendheim. M.D.
Find A Grave
S1 E13: Florence Hildreth
With modern advancements such as DNA profiling and high-tech computerized systems, the work of the Forensic Investigator has become both more complex and more straight forward. Straight forward in the sense that these days DNA can quickly incriminate or exclude someone from an investigation. But before the introduction of advanced DNA technology, forensic investigators had to rely more than ever on their own ability in locating, analyzing and interpreting the evidence that had been left at the scene of a crime and what had been taken away; which more often than not could be of very little value in obtaining that crucial link between victim and perpetrator that’s needed to secure a conviction.
But then there are the rare crime scenes that contain such an overwhelming amount of forensic evidence, that even before the use of DNA, it can result in a quick open and shut case.
This is the story of 17 year old, Florence Hildreth.
FIND LAW https://caselaw.findlaw.com/ca-supreme-court/1774484.html
A Jental Heart https://ajentleheart.wordpress.com/2018/05/20/1759/
US Courts https://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/opinions/2020/03/27/10-99004.pdf
Find A Grave https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/130645666/florence-yvette-hildreth
Lipstick Alley https://www.lipstickalley.com/threads/his-niece-paid-the-price-for-her-uncle-feeling-sorry-for-an-unemployed-man.485891/
Gov Info https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-caed-1_95-cv-05309/pdf/USCOURTS-caed-1_95-cv-05309-23.pdf
Incognito Forensic Foundation https://ifflab.org/
S1 E12: Gabriel Meyer
When 17-year-old Gabe Meyer fails to return to his Innisfail, Queensland home for dinner, it is suggested that maybe he'd be taken by a crocodile. But his parents Sherrie and Doug feel that something far more sinister is wrong.
This is the story of Gabriel Meyer.
Forensic Investigators S2E4
Murder Calls S1E4
Find A Grave
S1: E11: Amanda Carter
When a young woman fails to return home after a night out celebrating her 22nd birthday in Hobart, Tasmania, detectives must wait 13 years and for the advancement of forensic science to help convict her killer.
This is the story of Amanda Carter.
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Cold Case Files by Liz Porter
Find A Grave
Forensic Investigators S02E04