Rank #1: The Devil's Foothold: The Murder of Jennifer and Abby Blagg
The Blagg family was described as a picture perfect family. They were born-again Christians and active in their community. But on November 13, 2001, Michael Blagg calls 911 from his home in Grand Junction, Colorado to report his wife and daughter missing. There's a massive pool of blood on his wife's side of the bed. At first, Michael appears to be a concerned husband but his bizarre actions that day reveal a man determined to appear to be someone he's not.
Oct 02 2019
Rank #2: The Death of Morgan Ingram
Sep 30 2018
Rank #3: The Murder of Nancy Pfister
Apr 28 2018
Rank #4: The 1975 Killing Season
Apr 01 2018
Rank #5: The Murder of Jessica Ridgeway
On October 5, 2012, 10 year old Jessica Ridgeway was walking to school when she disappeared. Her dismembered torso would be found a week later in an open space less than 10 miles from her home. The graphic details of what happened to Jessica would unfold as police interviewed the teenager responsible for her murder, a sadistic pedophile named Austin Sigg.
Music From Free Music Archive by Borrtex and Ryan Andersen
Mar 02 2019
Rank #6: The Black Widow: Jill Coit
Sep 03 2018
Rank #7: The Colfax Serial Killer: Vincent Darrell Groves
Vincent Darrell Groves is Colorado's most prolific serial killer. He was caught after a man watched him dump a body in an alley behind his house and police stalked him like a shadow for years. He was arrested for one murder and released, only to kill many times over. He wasn't so much cunning as he was utterly invisible and spontaneous, killing any woman who he saw an opportunity to attack. The full extent of his crimes would only be realized in 2010, but that isn't the end of them.
Feb 01 2019
Rank #8: The Mysterious Death of Randy Wilson
On June 14, 2010 Kiowa High School teacher Randy Wilson was found dead by his car in a field at the intersection of two rural county roads. He had his hands tied behind his back, a bag over his head and his own belt around his neck. Clues would be few and far between in the case until a man confesses to the murder in 2017. But he doesn't confess in any conventional way, he does so by facebooking detectives, leaving notes around a mall, and writing on the windows of his apartment. Is he the man who killed Randy Wilson, or is something else at play here?
Aug 31 2019
Rank #9: The Murder of Kenia Monge
On April 1, 2011 Kenia Monge vanished from a club in Lower Downtown Denver (Lodo). A bizarre text message is found on her phone by her stepdad and police soon zero in on a strange man named Travis Forbes, who has a history of assault on women. As police try to figure out what he did with Kenia, they cannot imagine the horror he would be involved in next.
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Music from Free Music Archive by Lobo Loco, Daniel Birch and Broke for Free.
Mar 31 2019
Rank #10: Historical Murders: Strangler's Row
Mar 16 2018
Rank #11: Historical Murders: The Smiling Stepmother
Apr 13 2018
Rank #12: William Lee "Wild Bill Cody" Neal
May 31 2018
Rank #13: Historical Murders: The 100 Year Old Murder Confession
In 1986, a man remodeling his home in Fountain, CO comes across a murder confession written in pencil on the back of a piece of wood built into the home. Who wrote the confession and who was murdered? I'll go over this story as well as some other strange occurrences from Fountain, CO.
Sep 18 2019
Rank #14: The Murder of Al Kite
Al Kite answered his door in Aurora, Colorado in 2004, to let in a prospective renter who he had met before. He had just finished talking with his girlfriend on the phone and it was the last time anyone Al knew would speak with him. He was found two days later, tortured and murdered in his basement. The killer would live in his house for the weekend, sleep in his bed, wear his clothes and drive his car to the ATM to get cash from Al's account. To top it all off, the killer has never been caught.
Music from Free Music Archive: Kevin MacLeod, Sunhillow, Blue Dot Sessions
Dec 05 2018
Rank #15: The Bombing of Flight 629
Aug 01 2018
Rank #16: The Unsolved Murder of Peggy Hettrick and Railroading of Tim Masters
On Februrary 11, 1987, 15-year-old Tim Masters walked through the field behind his house on the way to the school bus stop in Fort Collins, Colorado. There he discovered the body of Peggy Hettrick who was lying face up with her shirt pulled up and her pants pulled down around her knees. She had been stabbed and mutilated. The investigation that would follow would span over a decade and be bungled so severely that it saw an innocent man behind bars. Many suspects, some more obvious than others, would come to the surface. Will we ever know who killed Peggy Hettrick?
Aug 01 2019
Rank #17: The Murder of Spider Sabich
Spider Sabich (Vladimir Peter Sabich Jr) was a professional skier at the top of his game in the early 1970's. He raced in the Olympics as well as the World Cup and owned a chalet in beautiful Aspen, Colorado. He thought he had everything he could have ever wanted until he met Claudine Longet, a beautiful french pop star, and their relationship immediately took off . Yet within the span of 6 short years, their life was headed a different direction, and Claudine had a decision to make.
May 01 2019
Rank #18: The Man Who Told Everybody, Richard Paul White
Danyall White couldn't believe what she was seeing when she turned on the news to see helicopters flying over her brother's home in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver, Colorado in 2003. The reporter said that they were looking for bodies. It would turn out that a lot of people had heard that Richard Paul White had killed women because he told them himself, they just never believed him.
Jun 30 2019
Rank #19: Colorado Bluebeard: Harold Henthorn
Toni Henthorn and her husband Harold Henthorn were enjoying a weekend getaway to celebrate their 12th wedding anniversary in Rocky Mountain National Park. All was going well and the couple took lots of pictures, until later that night Harold called 911 to report his wife had fallen off of a cliff miles off the trail. The death was suspicious and questions mounted as the truth about Harold was revealed. What was even stranger was this wasn't the first wife of Harold Henthorn to meet a mysterious demise in the mountains of Colorado.
Jun 01 2019
Rank #20: Historical Murders: Mrs. Angelina Garramone, The Black Heart of Little Italy
In November of 1910 the body of a woman was found on a ranch 6 miles north of Denver. Her throat was slit to the point that she was nearly decapitated. In the midst of trying to find her murderer, the dismembered remains of a woman who went missing a year prior were discovered on Table Mountain. The stories that would unfold about their murders and the women at the center of them would horrify the people of Denver.
Jan 15 2019