What's up Knowledgers!? We hope you all had a wonderfully morbid week and that you all got your guesses in for this week! Today we are covering Richard Crafts and the details of a brutal murder. How he did it and how he tried to cover it up was something that grabbed our attention from the moment we heard of this case. TRIGGER WARNING!: There are mentions of brutality, dismemberment, and detailed descriptions of disposing of a body. Listener discretion is advised.
The Woodchipper Killer, he put his wife's body through a woodchipper in 1986 to try to cover up her murder.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wickedness/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wickedness/support
Hey, serialholics! We missed your faces! After a week of bad weather and rolling blackouts, we're back with Samantha's episode! She's covering the wood chipper murderer, and it's just as awful as it sounds! Settle in while she tells us a tale of infidelity and murder.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/serialholicsisters/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/serialholicsisters/support
Richard Crafts seemingly had a great life. He was a successful airline pilot with a great wife and three children. But, by 1986, his wife Helle had hired a divorce attorney and a private investigator to track his infidelity. Before Richard was served with divorce papers, Helle disappeared. Richard very quickly became the center of police attention when they found he had rented a woodchipper and the found fragments of Helle's remains.Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Richard Crafts who committed what many people refer to as "The Woodchipper" murder. Over thirty years later, this is still considered one of Connecticut's most gruesome murder cases. The details are horrifying but the clues that the authorities uncovered that led them to Richard are fascinating. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetimeVisit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation informationAn Emash Digital production
Brutal Rewind #4 - Richard Crafts: Woodchipper Murderer
Murder Metal Mayhem
Pete and Chris hammer out another Brutal Rewind with a discussion on Richard Crafts, the CT man who killed his wife and disposed of her body with a woodchipper. The real life inspiration for the movie, Fargo. They did the topic for their second episode back in 2018, but with some updates to the story and Crafts release from prison, they decided to take another look at the case.Exclusively brought to you by Shaker's Cigar Bar - the most haunted bar in the US. Book a ghost tour or Jeffrey Dahmer Cream City Cannibal tour today!Listen to all our content at Murder Metal Mayhem.Follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook, and Subscribe to our YouTube channel.Support the show and join the 666 Club on our Patreon page!
EP 24: Piloto ASESINA a su ESPOSA de la PEOR MANERA | Helle y Richard Crafts - Estados Unidos
Diario de un Criminal
Las fotografías del caso las puedes encontrar en nuestro canal de YouTube y en Instagram, no olvides seguirnos en Spotify, YouTube, Apple Podcast, Instagram y Facebook @DiariodeunCriminal | Esposa y madre de 3 hijos desaparece mientras había una tormenta de nieve. Helle Nielson fue hija única y nació en Dinamarca el 7 de Julio de 1947. Su infancia la vivió en un pequeño pueblo al norte de Dinamarca. Era una niña extrovertida y vibrante, amaba ir a la escuela y aprender cosas nuevas. Su vida cambiaría cuando conoció en un Motel a un piloto de nombre Richard Crafts, que después pasaría ser su esposo. - Síguenos en Spotify, YouTube, Apple Podcast, Instagram y Facebook @DiariodeunCriminal--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diario-de-un-criminal/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diario-de-un-criminal/support
Episode 174: Stranger Than Fiction: Richard Crafts and "Fargo"
Once Upon A Crime | True Crime
In 1986, a beautiful young mother discovers her husband is cheating on her and files for divorce. Soon afterward, she goes missing. Discovering what happened to Helle Crafts would take an small army of detectives, forensic scientists, serologists, forensic anthropologists, a police diving team and other investigators to unravel this bizarre crime and would inspire an Academy-Award winning film.
On episode fourteen The Wives cover the first murder conviction in Connecticut without the victim's body in the story of Helle and Richard Crafts, as well as the longest trial in Canadian history in the Peter Demeter case. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crime-wives-podcast/support