The 1969 murder of Cathy Cesnik involves conspiracy, cover-up, and corruption in the Catholic Church and in law enforcement in Baltimore, Maryland. Rasha and Yvette look at this troubling case, and discuss the issue of abuse in the Catholic Church as a whole.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode the wonderful Claire joins me to talk about the horrible case of the death of Cathy Cesnik and the abuse that Fr Joseph Maskell doled out on the girls of Keough High School in Baltimore as detailed in the Netflix documentary series The Keepers. This is a rough one and we dive deep into the personalities involved including the two investigators Abbie Schaub and Gemma Hoskins who hounded law enforcement for documents pertaining to the case as well as doing emotionally harrowing interviews with some of the women involved. We also meet Jean Werner and Teresa Lancaster who were the original accusers of Maskell. We also meet Gerry Koob and a host of other weird and inexplicably uninformed characters as we try to unravel the details of the case. Cathy's body was found in the first days of 1970 and it sparked an investigation into the cruel and methodical abuse that Maskell was a ring leader of, in Keough High School among other spots all around Baltimore in the 1960s. This case goes all the way to the top; with police and other pillars of the community seemingly caught up in the accusations. ________________________ If you want to follow TCG on social platforms including the TCG Guilded Server; watch video versions of the livestream podcast and documentaries; or even join in on live chats about current events; buy TCG merch; get notifications of tickets you can buy to upcoming live stage shows or any other way to connect with me; all the available links, info and instructions you can find by clicking this link http://www.taplink.cc/thoseconspiracyguys If you want to throw a few bucks up the internet to support the show on Patreon you can get exclusive Patreon-Only content; all seasons of ad-free episodes; exclusive access to live chats and private social media like Instagram and Guilded and a whole load of other stuff click here http://bit.ly/TCG-Patreon where you can get all this from just $2 per month subscription or an annual one-time payment with a month free! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. - 520 - DIRECTOR OF THE CAPTAIN, RANDY WILKINS JONATHAN MARK DISCUSSES JONBENET RAMSEY AND SISTER CATHY CESNIK
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The Case of Candy Montgomery & The Unsolved Murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik
It's a True Crime week, murderinos! In this week's episode, we're on the case of not one but two infamous True Crime stories that have been famously featured in recent streaming series. Lauren starts us off with the case of Candy Montgomery - a woman who murdered her friend, Betty Gore, with an axe in Wylie, TX on Friday the 13th, 1980. You can see the dramatized version of this story in Hulu's "Candy" starring Jessica Biel as Candy AND yet another upcoming series based on the same story - HBO Max "Love and Death" starring Elizabeth Olsen as Candy.Later in the episode, Felicia covers the unsolved murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik in Baltimore, Maryland. Her body was discovered on January 3, 1970 under mysterious circumstances. While the case has never been officially solved or suspects charged, the nun may have known too much about the sexual assault on students by two priests at Archbishop Keough High School where she worked. The True Crime tale was explored in Netflix's critically acclaimed "The Keepers" docuseries in 2017.
Let The Women: Gemma Hoskins on the Murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik
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Gemma Hoskins remembers high school fondly, thanks in large part to her favorite teacher Sister Cathy Cesnik. So, when the beloved nun disappeared one November night in 1969 only to eventually be discovered dead in the woods, grief took hold over this ambiguous story for decades. And then, truth-telling around abuse in those hallowed halls merged with Gemma’s outstanding questions. 40 years after the murder, she got to work with the help of a former classmate of hers, and together they’d uncover more about the past than anyone expected. To donate to the Sister Cathy Cesnik Fund for Survivors, visit srcathyfundforsurvivors.org. This episode is part of a ten-part series called Let The Women Do The Work. Join host Gillian Pensavalle as she follows the stories of ten dynamic, inspiring, badass women in true crime. This week's sponsors: Liquid IV - Grab Liquid IV in bulk nationwide at Costco, or you can get 25% off when you go to LiquidIV.com and use the code "Work" at checkout. Billion Dollar Box - Build your own Billion Dollar Box at billiondollarbeauty.com & receive 20% off your entire purchase when you enter code “WORK” at checkout. Athletic Greens - Athletic Greens will give you a FREE one-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/WOMEN.
In this week's episode, Charlotte brings us the disappearance and death of Sister Catherine Cesnik. Charlotte goes over the details of the unsolved 1969 murder of Sister Cathy, some of the theories surrounding her death, as well as the horrors that went on at her time at Baltimore’s Archbishop Keough High School. Buckle up, it's a wild ride. SOURCESThe Hippie Catholic YoutubeThe Keepers Documentary NetflixSister Cathy WikipediaJoseph Maskell WikipediaVoxInside BaltimorePopSugarTW: Listener discretion is advised. Have a personal connection to a true crime story, conspiracy theory or paranormal encounter that you'd like to share with us? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Instagram: @themidnightrecordTikTok: @themidnightrecordTwitter: @TMRPodMusic by: Nathanael McClure
Grab a glass and join Olivia & Erin as they dive into the murder case of Sister Cathy Cesnik! The adored nun who was mysteriously murdered after trying to put an end to the rampant sexual abuse her students were experiencing at the hands of their Chaplain, Father Maskell. You'll want to punch so many of these people in the face. Trigger warning: Graphic detailing of child sexual abuse*Formerly known as Murder & Merlot*Follow us on Instagram @pourlyexecutedEmail us your ideas and stories at email@example.comThis story was made possible with the following sources:Netflix's The Keepershttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Catherine_Cesnik
This week on Dark As Hell, I’m telling you a story about a good Catholic schoolgirl -- one so good, she became a nun as a young woman. But this isn’t just the story of Sister Cathy Cesnik; this story also involves many other good Catholic schoolgirls; most who knew and loved Sister Cathy as her students at Archbishop Keough High School in Baltimore, Maryland. This isn’t just a case about a ruthless, senseless murder — it’s about the extensive cover up of this murder, and the 50 years that many Baltimore organizations have spent turning their gaze heavenward when asked why, oh, why have you forsaken Sister Cathy Cesnik? Let's get ready to get Dark As Hell. Keep up with Dark As Hell on social media! Instagram| Twitter | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maggie-burgess/support
Perché nel 1969 a Baltimora una suora di soli 26 anni è stata uccisa e il suo corpo buttato in un campo vicino a una discarica? Intrighi religiosi, pedofilia e minacce sono i protagonisti di questa storia quasi incredibile, ma purtroppo, drammaticamente vera.