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Corrine Erstad

Crimelines True Crime

This episode is a case about a missing child and there is brief discussion of physical and sexual abuse in the episode. Listener discretion is advised. Corrine Leanne Erstad was just 5 years old when she walked out her front door and disappeared in a matter of minutes. Though a suspect was identified early on and a sensational trial followed, Corrine has remained missing for the last 28 years. Music by Scott Buckley Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

52mins

3 Aug 2020

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Corrine Erstad

Stolen Lives True Crime

The disappearance of Corrine ErstadDiscuss this episode in the Stolen Lives Facebook discussion groupShare this episode on your social media of choice and subscribe on your favourite podcast app.Facebook /stolenlivespodcastTwitter /lives_stolenResearch and writing by OnikoHosted and produced by AliMusic by MyuuSourceshttps://www.newspapers.com/US/Minnesota/Minneapolis/Star%20Tribune_4474 https://www.newspapers.com/US/Minnesota/Minneapolis/Star%20Tribune_4474https://www.newspapers.com/US/Minnesota/Winona/The%20Winona%20Daily%20News_88 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

39mins

12 Feb 2020

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Episode 18 Missing: Sasha Marie Krause (Update: found deceased 2/21/2020) and Corrine Erstad

Gone Podcast

Episode 18 Missing: Sasha Marie Krause (Update: found deceased 2/21/2020) and Corrine Erstad by Friends Against Abuse

45mins

3 Feb 2020

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Corrine Erstad | MURDERISH Ep. 033

MURDERISH

This case brings us to the Twin Cities in Minnesota. It was the early 1990s when a young girl went missing ... just yards away from her home. Authorities would zero in on a suspect fairly quickly, and make an arrest. But laws were different then, and perhaps, if this crime had occurred in the present day ….the outcome may have been vastly different. Join me, as I walk you through a tragic case of Corrine Erstad.MURDERISH now has a Patreon page.  If you’d like to support Murderish, and get extra perks in exchange, click here: www.patreon.com/murderish. Follow MURDERISH on social media:Facebook: Murderish Podcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/540494462961219/         Twitter: @MurderishPod https://twitter.com/MurderishPodInstagram: @MurderishPodcastSend comments and advertising inquiries to: MurderishJami@gmail.comMURDERISH merch available (t-shirts, mugs & other swag) at: https://murderishpodcast.threadless.com/.Preroll Disclaimer by: Josh Mankiewicz, Correspondent for Dateline NBC.Midroll Sponsors:HelloFresh: For $80 off your first month of HelloFresh, go to HelloFresh.com/MURDERISH80 & enter promo MURDERISH80.Myro: Get 50% off your first order, and get started today for just $5. Visit MyMyro.com/murderish & use promo code Murderish.Podcoin: Download the Podcoin app on iPhone or Podcoin Android, & use code MURDERISH to get 300 Podcoins ...just for signing up.Midroll Podcast Promo: Case Closed (hit SUBSCRIBE).This episode was researched & written by: Me …w/ research help by Heidi Bremer.This episode was Edited, Mixed and Mastered by John Bukenas of Audio Editing Solutions www.audioeditingsolutions.com.  Need a great audio editor?  John B. is your guy!Some music in this episode was created by: Nico Vettese of We Talk of Dreams.  Contact Nico at nico@wetalkofdreams.com or www.wetalkofdreams.com if you’re interested in working with him to create music for your podcast …or any project! Other music was used with permission.Remember, listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer …it just means you’re MURDER…ish. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

44mins

10 Jun 2019

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