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The Toolbox Killers: It’s Not All About Them (Part 2)

Marked explicit for graphic details of sexual assault and the murders. In part 2 of our coverage of the “Toolbox Killers” we focus on their second, third, and fourth victims – Andrea Hall, Leah Lamp, and Jackie Gilliam. These were all young women who were full of life and had so much potential, but because…

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The Toolbox Killers: A Match Made in Hell (Part 1)

In part 1 of our coverage of the “Toolbox Killers,” we introduce Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris. We dive into who they were, how they met, and why them meeting was match made in Hell. We also learn who Cindy Schaefer was and how she became the men’s first victim. Episode 50. Marked explicit for…

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The Exploitation of Bianca Devins: How Her Life & Death Played Out on the Internet (Part 2)

Part 2 of 2 for the Bianca Devins murder. Episode 49. Marked explicit for descriptions of a brutal murder, subsequent pictures, sexual content, and profanity.   For teens living everyday life “irl” can be difficult. But when you combine that with mental illness, image issues, and keeping up with multiple online personas, life can go…

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The Exploitation of Bianca Devins: How Her Life & Death Played Out on the Internet (Part 1)

Part 1 of 2 for the Bianca Devins murder. Episode 48. For teens living everyday life “irl” can be difficult. But when you combine that with mental illness, image issues, and keeping up with multiple online personas, life can go from difficult to deadly. Bianca Devins was a daughter, sister, friend, and even a talented…

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The Murder of Helle Crafts A.K.A. “The Woodchipper Murder”

This case has gone down in history for more than one reason. It was the first homicide case in Connecticut tried without a body and was also the focus of the first episode of the now popular TV show, Forensic Files. Forensics played a huge part in solving this disturbing case and was one of…

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Bryce Laspisa – Vanished into Thin Air

Bryce Laspisa was 19 years old when he mysteriously vanished. He started acting strange, taking a prescription stimulant, drinking an exorbitant amount of hard liquor, and withdrawing from his friends before taking a disconcerting drive. This drive ended in his car on its side and no one ever seeing Bryce again. Episode 46.

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Echoes of Innocence Lost: The Murder/Suicide of Amy Burridge & Becky Thomson at the Fremont Canyon Bridge

Becky Thomson and Amy Burridge, two sisters who fell victim to the ruse of two abductors, the epitome of wolves in sheep’s clothing. One would make it out alive, only to bear the brunt and guilt of being the survivor. Unfortunately, the tragedy didn’t end on September 4th, 1973, at the Fremont Canyon Bridge, located…

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Lindy Chamberlain – The Trial that Captured the World (Part 2)

In part 2 of our coverage of Lindy Chamberlain, we break down how her cries of “a dingo took my baby” overtook the media and became an international sensation. We follow the case through the media, its many inquests, a conviction, and more. Episode 44.

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Lindy Chamberlain – “A Dingo Took My Baby” (Part 1)

The phrase “a dingo took my baby” has been used in pop culture for years. It’s typically used as a punchline, but where did it come from? In this week’s episode, we talk about the surprisingly dark origin of this saying and what happened to the Chamberlain family. Or at least one side of what…

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Knotek Family House of Horrors

Behind the quaint exterior of the Knotek family’s seemingly perfect home in Raymond, Washington, existed a real life “House of Horrors”. Michelle “Shelly” Knotek, opened her home to those less fortunate than her. But that hospitality came at a price. Just how much? Listen & find out how a “good samaritan” might not always be…

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