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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ruth Judd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ruth Judd, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Ruth Judd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Ruth Judd, often where they are interviewed.

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47. The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd

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Winnie Ruth Judd reached notoriety in Phoenix, Arizona in 1931 when she was stopped at an LA train station with two dead bodies in trunks. The victims were Judd’s former roommates, Agnes Anne LeRoi and Hedvid “Sammy” Samuelson. She was promptly extradited back to Arizona to stand trial. While she was charged and found guilty of the murder of Agnes LeRoi, many don’t believe she had anything to do with the crime. Winnie Ruth Judd’s case has turned into a local conspiracy theory with many believing if she was guilty of anything, it was of either self-defense or disposing of a body and that in fact the real perpetrator was none other than “Happy” Jack Halloran. Halloran was a giant in the lumber business at the time with many ties to prominent local people with power. Was Winnie made out to be a scapegoat? Or is she truly deserving of the name The Trunk Murderess?
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Sep 02 2020 · 1hr 11mins
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Winnie Ruth Judd - Arizona

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The Trunk Murderess from Arizona.

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Jul 28 2020 · 1hr
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Winnie Ruth Judd Plus

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We have a very cool update to the Bob Crane episode, don't miss this!!  

Then onto WRJ.  The Trunk Murderess of Arizona.  We've got adultery, sexicles and testicles.  Trains, trunks and escapes.

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May 29 2020 · 25mins
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3: Winnie Ruth Judd & Queen Gudrun's Revenge

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Join us for Season 02 Episode 03. Kimberly discusses the Winnie Ruth Judd case. Then Kristin will take us into Norse mythology with the story of Queen Gudrun’s revenge. Our featured tea is Sweet Kisses from Tea Runners. Visit www.tearunners.com and use promo code murderandmyths for $10 off your first tea box. 

0:28 – Murder – Winne Ruth Judd
13:37 - Myth – Queen Gudrun’s Revenge

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Mar 04 2020 · 22mins
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Calling All Cars 34-09-19 (043) The Ruth Judd Case

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Dec 27 2019 · 32mins
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Episode 18: Winnie Ruth Judd

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Join us this week as we stay put in our home state of Arizona for a look at The Trunk Murderess; Winnie Ruth Judd.

Nov 07 2019 · 46mins
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Who is Winnie Ruth Judd, Phoenix's infamous murderess?

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Eighty-eight years ago, Winnie Ruth Judd traveled from Phoenix to Los Angeles with trunks oozing out blood. Initially, police thought the trunks contained illegal deer meat. After flies began circling the abandoned luggage, police opened the trunks, only to discover Agnes "Anne" LeRoi's full body in one and Hedvig "Sammy" Samuelson's dismembered body in another one. 

The Oct. 16, 1931 murders put the then-sleepy city of Phoenix on the map. The murderous tale and subsequent court proceedings made national headlines. And with so many unanswered questions, the mystery behind Judd's story continues to capture attention. 

Did Judd alone kill the two women? Why are there still so many questions surrounding the murder? How did she escape so many times from state hospital? In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast from The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, producer Maritza Dominguez explores the tale of the "Trunk Murderess."

In this episode, you'll hear:

Jana Bommersbach, author of the book "The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd", gives a look at Winnie's life before and after the murders. Marshall Shore, the "Hip Historian", describe what Phoenix was like in the 1930's. Winnie Ruth Judd, in a 1969 interview, tells her version of what happened that night. 

Oct 14 2019 · 21mins
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Episode 38 Winnie Ruth Judd And The May Stringer House

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For this episode the gals once again drink their summer favorite, an ice cold michelada, and you know what that means, they are both sassy and gassy.  Alma starts things off with something local, the Winnie Ruth Judd murders that occurred in 1931 Phoenix, Arizona.  This one is a doozy, filled with bootleg liquor, jealousy and a guy named Happy Jack.  Carlene discusses the very haunted May-Stringer House in Florida, and the sad story of it’s previous residents in life and beyond.

Aug 19 2019 · 1hr 47mins
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The Trunk Murderess Winnie Ruth Judd

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We try to figure out what really happened in the case of the Trunk Murders. Winnie Ruth Judd was born in Oxford, Indiana in 1905. That makes this case fair game in the Hoosier podcasting world. However, she ends up in Phoenix and LA so we are branching out to spread our wealth of knowledge, sort of. And to include our 1 download in Arizona!

But first we sing the McDonald's song (sorry), talk playground equipment, random movie discussion, butt plug references to Color Me Dead @ColorMeDeadPod, shout-outs, and the she-wee is back! Plus we cover our first negative review...and still reserve the right to talk about poop, blame Daniel. Our early episodes can be a little lackluster, please don't judge us based on one of these!

Check out our other podcast addictions: I Got the Hell Out! @wasinacult and The Cult of Domesticity @DomesticPodcast

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Feb 21 2018 · 1hr 28mins
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The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd

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Winnie Ruth Judd was the nervous type. She liked to carry her own bags because you never knew what (or who) was inside.

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Nov 09 2015 · 1hr 16mins
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