#25 Alice Crimmins. Wyrodna matka, czy ofiara mediów?
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Alice Crimmins jak co rano wstała i zaczęła szykować śniadanie dla swoich zamkniętych na zasuwę w pokoju dzieci. Gdy poszła obudzić maluchy nie znalazła ich w swoich łóżeczkach. Zapraszamy na kolejny odcinek. Możecie nas znaleźć na Instagramie, Facebooku i Twitterze: @podcastnamartwo. Zapraszamy też do kontaktu drogą mailową: email@example.com
File 79: The Wrongful Convictions of James Richardson and Alice Crimmins
The Wardcaster Files: A True Crime Podcast
This week on The Wardcaster Files, we cover two cases of Wrongful Convictions. First, Josh covers the case of James Richardson, who was accused of poisoning his seven children, even though he wasn’t home at the time. Then Sherrie discusses Alice Crimmins, who was also accused of killing her two children despite evidence showing otherwise. Thanks for listening!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25398556)
In this weeks episode Talysa tells us about the disappearance and death of Alice Crimmins children, and Sarah tells us about Betty Lou Beets and her seven marriages.You can find us and all of our show and merch info at: https://linktr.ee/shitshowtcpYou can also find us on, The Buzz! what-the-buzz.comPlease don't forget to share us with your friends, and thank you so much for listening!
She was called the Medea of Kew Gardens. Was Alice Crimmins guilty of killing her own children or was she convicted because she was a carefree woman with sexual behavior that was frown upon in 1965?Visit my Website:https://www.themurderbooktruecrimepodcast.com/https://themurderbooktruecrimepodcast.buzzsprout.com/Email for comments, feedback, case suggestions: firstname.lastname@example.orgResources:https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66928187/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66928479/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66928666/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66928666/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929104/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929203/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929360/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929456/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929531/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929622/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66929737/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930052/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930145/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930290/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930363/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930478/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930564/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930625/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930695/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930770/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66930862/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66931174/ https://www.newspapers.com/clip/66931263/ Books:Benson, A. (2018). The Curious Case of Alice CrimminsCarpozi, G. (1972) Ordeal by Trial: The Alice Crimmins CaseGross, K. (1975). The Alice Crimmins Case
The year is 1965 and Alice Crimmins is not like most of the women of the time as she is about to be a divorced woman with two small children, 4-year-old Alice Marie who went by Missy, and 5-year-old Eddie. She dressed well and had style, ladies wanted to be friends with her and men wanted to marry her. She was the envy of almost all of them-- that was-- until something happened that summer day and now, no one would ever want to trade places with Alice. It was July 14, 1965, when Alice went into the bedroom to wake Missy and Eddie only to see they were not still in their messy unmade beds. Instead, the window was wide open as the sheers were blowing in the wind. Her babies were missing but who could have or would have done such a horrible thing? Join Jen and Cam as we discuss ‘The Trouble with Alice’ on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast. The promo is by our good friend Mike @brewcrime who launched a new podcast with Emma @truecrimewitch called #trail of destruction. Check them out: @DestructioncastLD is by our hauntingly horrific @octoberpodVHS If you haven’t listened, it has the perfect chill in the ear. Our editor, executive producer, and a great all-around chap is courtesy of Nico @wetalkofdreams. You need talent in your life or your podcast, you must check him out.Sources: https://irishamerica.com/2020/03/wild-irish-women-more-sinned-against-than-sinning/https://www.encyclopedia.com/law/law-magazines/alice-crimmins-trials-1968-1971https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/sexpot-trial-tale-crimmins-custody-fight-1960s-ends-death-article-1.132749Investigation Discovery series A Crime to Remember episode, "Go Ask Alice", aired in 2013https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bronx/casey-anthony-alice-crimmins-moms-trial-mesmerize-article-1.132336
Long before there was a Susan Smith or a Casey Anthony, there was Alice Crimmins. When the New York housewife called the police to report her two young children missing in the summer of 1965, the focus was on her custody battle with her estranged husband and the children’s father, Edmund Crimmins.When it came out that Alice had been having sex with multiple men and that she was less than ideal as a mother, the case became a media circus. With two trials filled with bombshell testimony and courtroom theatrics, Alice got years of attention and seemed to dodge punishment. In all of the craziness, the lives of little Missy and Eddie Crimmins seemed to take a backseat. But it is the memories of the two children which will stay with us and all of those who followed the case, because what happened to them is, truly, unthinkable.