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Podcast covering murder, mystery, and mayhem with a southern twist!

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Podcast covering murder, mystery, and mayhem with a southern twist!

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Pretty good

By morgan childress - May 21 2020
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I like the podcast but I mostly just keep listening because stew is funny

Great Show

By Batman of Columbus - May 10 2020
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Stu/Stewart is naturally funny. The cases are well researched.

iTunes Ratings

540 Ratings
Average Ratings
469
17
14
11
29

Pretty good

By morgan childress - May 21 2020
Read more
I like the podcast but I mostly just keep listening because stew is funny

Great Show

By Batman of Columbus - May 10 2020
Read more
Stu/Stewart is naturally funny. The cases are well researched.
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Bless this Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast

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Podcast covering murder, mystery, and mayhem with a southern twist!

Rank #1: 9. Darlie Routier Part 1

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On June 6, 1996, at 2:31 am, 911 dispatchers in Rowlett, Texas, received a call from 5801 Eagle Drive, the Routier home. Routier told the operator that her home had been broken into and that an intruder had stabbed two of her sons, Devon and Damon, and attacked her. Join us while we discuss this case and the possible culprits. 

Sep 23 2017

1hr 3mins

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Rank #2: 18. Texas Campsite Massacre

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On the evening of November 14, 2015 a friendly neighbor in the small town of Tennessee Colony, TX stops to help a family pull their RV out of the mud when it gets stuck.  The family, camping nearby, has a beer with the nice guy who helped them out.  The next morning, six would be dead with one survivor who lived out a real life horror film hiding in the woods from their attacker.  Join us while we discuss the case of William Mitchell Hudson and the massacre that occurred at a campsite in rural east Texas.

Sources:  Kelan Lyons from The Eagle newspaper

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Dec 11 2017

1hr 16mins

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Rank #3: 57. The Murder of Hope Hall

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In 1994, Hope Hall was busy making her dreams come true.  Through hard work and focus, she landed a job as a Production Assistant at the local Richmond, Virginia TV station.  Soon, though, Hope would not be the one producing the news, she would be the news.  After being brutally murdered in her apartment, the case goes cold.  It would take developing a DNA database to finally catch the killer.

Sources:  "Johnson vs. Commonwealth" WWBT, and "Forensic Files:  Breaking News"

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Dec 17 2019

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Rank #4: 26. Kristy D. Ray

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January 29, 1993, Kristy Ray goes missing from her home in Chalybeate, Mississippi.  The community quickly gets involved and just a day later a suspect is turned in by his own family.  Join us while we discuss this horrific case of a beautiful, young woman that should have never come in contact with this evil person.  

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Feb 05 2018

1hr 14mins

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Rank #5: 54. The Murder of Gary Larson

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In 1986, in Edmond, Oklahoma, Gary Larson is in bed with his girlfriend.  They hear a noise so he gets up to check it out.  He is confronted by a man wearing nothing but underwear and gloves.  By the end of the night, Gary will be dead and his girlfriend will have endured hours of torture.  It will take 18 years but police finally track down this peeping-tom turned murderer.  

Sources: The Daily Oklahoman, "Solved", and "Forensic Files"

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Oct 29 2019

55mins

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Rank #6: 6. Austin Yogurt Shop Murders Part 1

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Four teenage girls were murdered in Austin, TX.  Join us while we explore the possible murderers and why this case is still unsolved. 

Aug 20 2017

51mins

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Rank #7: 40. Kim Medlin

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In March of 1997, Kim Medlin had a lot going for her.  She was happily married and working on building her dream life with her husband.  They had moved to Monroe, North Carolina to buy some land, start a horse farm, and fix up the home they bought for when they would eventually start a family.  But something happened to Kim in the early morning hours of March 29, her car was left on the side of the road, still running.  When her body was discovered on Easter Sunday, the small town of Monroe was on edge, who could have killed this beautiful young woman and why?  Join us while we discuss the case of Kim Medlin and the shocking discovery of her murderer.

Sources: Forensic Files, various newspaper articles via Google

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May 02 2018

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Rank #8: 14. Bardstown, Kentucky

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Bardstown, Kentucky, four murders and one missing person in a three year period.  What is happening in this small town in the south? It is quaint and beautiful but still holds its secrets. Join us while we discuss the recent crimes in Bardstown that are still unsolved to this day.

If you have any information on the unsolved murders of Jason Ellis, Kathy Netherland, Samantha Netherland, or Tommy Ballard or information on the missing person case of Crystal Rogers please contact the Attorney Generals Office, Department of Criminal Investigation at 866-524-3672.

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Nov 05 2017

1hr 9mins

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Rank #9: 56. The Murder of Diane Holik

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In 2001, Diane Holik was living a great life in Austin, Texas.  She had a great career, beautiful home, and tons of friends that loved her.  The only thing Diane felt she was missing was a partner to spend her life with so when she meets a successful business man from Houston online, she thinks she has found the one.  They quickly become engaged and she makes plans to sell her home in Austin and move to Houston.  But one stormy night in November, Diane's plans would be halted when someone comes into her home and murders her.

Sources:  "Russo V. State" and "Dateline: After the Storm"

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Dec 01 2019

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Rank #10: 20. Shelby Wilkie

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Join us while we discuss the 2012 New Years disapearance of Shelby Wilkie from Asheville, NC.  Her husband is going to the public saying she is a runaway mother suffering from postpartum depression however clues point police in a different direction.

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Jan 01 2018

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Rank #11: 10. Darlie Routier Part 2

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This episode we discuss the use of the terms "So basically, yeah...", "So, um", and "But, um".

Oh and we conclude the case of Darlie Routier.

Did she, didn't she?!

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Oct 02 2017

1hr 20mins

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Rank #12: 25. The Bathtub Killer

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In 1996, Arlington, Texas was still reeling from the unsolved case of Amber Hagerman, the 9-year old girl who was abducted and murdered and the reason behind the AMBER Alert system.  That same year, a new murderer and rapist would emerge terrifying young women in the area, he would come to be known as the Bathtub Killer.  Join us while we discuss this monster and the brave women that would survive his terror and give police clues that would stop him.

PS Cara promises to never do an Australian accent (or any accent) ever again if you keep listening. 

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Jan 28 2018

1hr 12mins

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Rank #13: 39. Jennifer Schuett

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In August of 1990, Jennifer Schuett is an 8 year old girl getting ready to start third grade in Dickinson, Texas.  Jennifer had always been afraid of the dark and since she could remember, she always slept in bed with her mom at night since it was just the two of them.  Well one night, Jennifer was restless and her mom asked if she could, just for this night, go sleep in her room.  That evening, a man would kidnap Jennifer and leave her for dead in a field.  Join us while we discuss the case of Jennifer Schuett and the 20 year journey to bring this monster to justice.

Source:  https://www.clintonschoolspeakers.com/content/jennifer-schuett-case-study and 48 Hours:  Afraid of the Dark

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Apr 25 2018

1hr 12mins

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Rank #14: 55. The Murder of Quincy Brown

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In May of 1996, Eddie and Elise Makdessi were enjoying a nice night out in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  The evening would quickly turn into a nightmare when they entered their apartment and were attacked.  The night would end with only Eddie surviving, Elise and their attacker both dead.  As police investigate the murder, they soon realize all is not as it seems with Eddie and Elise.  Join us while we discuss the strange case of the Makdessi’s and how an innocent man was caught in their lies.

Sources: "Forensic Files" and "48 Hours Mystery"

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Nov 12 2019

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Rank #15: 38. Blind Rage// Ruie Ann Park

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May 1981, Ruie Ann Park is a prominent member of society but not necessarily the most liked in the small town of Van Buren, Arkansas When she ends up dead in her home, bludgeoned to death, the town quickly suspects her alcoholic son and the people he has in his life.  With not enough evidence to get a conviction, the case would go unsolved until a taped confession emerges revealing the true murderer.

Source:  Blind Rage by Anita Paddock.

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Apr 18 2018

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Rank #16: 31. Mary Lynn Witherspoon

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Mary Lynn Witherspoon was gorgeous, smart, well liked, and living in a beautiful home in the historic South of Broad area of Charleston, South Carolina.  There was just one problem, a huge problem, her former boyfriends son had been stalking her for the last 22 years.  With lax stalking laws and Mary Lynn’s caring soul, she was left with little to no options.  Join us while we discuss the tragic case of Mary Lynn and how her sister and family carried on her legacy by making South Carolina a little safer for victims of stalking. 

Sources:  Dateline NBC, South Carolina Crimes of Passion, Obsession: Dark Desires, and Look Who's Stalking Mary

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Mar 06 2018

1hr 18mins

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Rank #17: 27. When Nashville Lost Its Innocence Part 1// Marcia Trimble

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On February 25, 1975, 9 year old Marcia Trimble was a typical little girl.  She loved playing with her Barbies, watching Little House on the Prairie, and being in her Girl Scout Troop.  It was Girl Scout cookie season and Marcia needed to make some deliveries in her neighborhood, she heads across the street to Mrs. Maxwell's house, telling her parents she would be back soon.  But this would not happen, join us while we discuss the disappearance of Marcia Trimble, the little Girl Scout that would change Nashville forever.  

Source for this series is "A Season of Darkness" by Doug Jones and Phyllis Gobbell

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Feb 14 2018

1hr 1min

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Rank #18: 12. Jessica McCord

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Tonight we discuss the truly evil woman you are glad you never married, Jessica McCord.  She manipulated anyone in her path and it lead to the murder of two innocent people in Alabama.

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Oct 25 2017

1hr 17mins

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Rank #19: 23. Murder One and the Rest Come Easy Part 1// Alday Family Murders

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On May 5, 1973, three prisoners escape a Maryland prison and would commit one of the most heinous acts in Georgia history.  Join us while we discuss the famous Alday family murders in Donalsonville, GA where an entire family was nearly wiped out.

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Jan 15 2018

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Rank #20: 36. Jessica Dishon

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In Bullitt County, Kentucky 17 year old Jessica Dishon goes missing leaving a few belongings behind including a cellphone with the numbers “9-1” dialed on the screen. It would take 17 days to find her body and the scene was horrific, she had been brutally murdered. With a bungled police investigation, this case went cold making the family suffer for years and wondering “Who killed Jessica?”.

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Mar 28 2018

1hr 5mins

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66. The Disappearance of Crystal McDowell

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Crystal McDowell was in the process of starting a new chapter in her life.  She was recently divorced and starting to date again.  She was excelling at her new career in real estate and was very happy with her two children.  Everything was going well, even her divorce seemed amicable.  But all this would come to an end when Crystal went missing the day before Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston area.  With the area flooded and law enforcement stretched thin, the search for Crystal would have its challenges.  Join us while we discuss the disappearance of Crystal McDowell.

Sources: 48 Hours, Baytown Sun

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May 21 2020

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65. The Murder of Nikia Gilbreath

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In 1989, Joe and Nikia Gilbreath were just starting their lives together in Georgia.  They had one child and another on the way, living their dream life on a large piece of property in the country.  But August of that year would bring tragedy.  Nikia, 5 months pregnant, would go missing from their home leaving their toddler home alone. Immediately, the police were notified, there was no way Nikia would leave her daughter by herself.  Join us while we discuss the search for Nikia and her killer.

Sources: WRCB TV, On the Case with Paula Zahn, Public Court Records

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May 05 2020

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64. The Murder of Stephanie Bennett

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In May of 2002, Stephanie Bennett was getting ready to move out of her Raleigh, North Carolina apartment to live with her long term boyfriend in Greenville, South Carolina.  She was ready for the move, a peeping tom that had been seen around her window was causing her sleepless nights.  One morning, Stephanie did not show up to work which caused her coworkers to immediately worry.  It would take years to find her killer and when they did, they would find he was hiding even more secrets.

Sources:  Forensic Files, The News and Observer, The Sampson Independent

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Apr 22 2020

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63. Triple Murder in Tampa Bay

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In May of 1989, Joan and her two teenage daughters, Michelle and Christie, headed out on a road trip from Ohio to Disney World in Orlando, Florida.  Staying one night in Tampa would turn into a fatal decision when their three bodies floated to the shore in Tampa Bay.  With not much to go off, police would have to find out who the women came in contact with on their 1000 plus mile journey from Ohio to Florida.  

Sources:  Cold Case Files, On the Case with Paula Zahn, and The Baltimore Sun

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Apr 08 2020

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62. The Murder of Janet Siclari

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In August of 1993, 35 year-old Janet Siclari was vacationing in North Carolina with her brother and friends.  After having such a good time, they decided to stay just one more night.  This last night would prove fatal for Janet, her brother woke to find his sisters body surrounded by police on the beach in front of their hotel.  After years of no leads, the CODIS system would finally find Janets killer through DNA.

Sources:  "Forensic Files: Surfside Homicide" and State of North Carolina vs. Berry

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Mar 25 2020

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61. Arkansas Triple Murders

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In 1997, Dominique “Nicki” Hurd was starting school at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.  She was smart, beautiful, and earned a scholarship as a cheerleader for the University.  All this would come to a crashing end when she was murdered in the fall of 1998.  Her murderer was captured and convicted but this would not be the end of the devastation he would cause.  

Sources:  The Pine Bluff Commercial, KATV Channel 7, Kennth vs. Arkansas, Arkansas Democrat Gazette

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Mar 11 2020

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60. The Murder of Julie Griffith

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In January of 2014, 911 operators were called to the residence of Keith and Julie Griffith in Kentucky.  The house that they had raised their two sons in was completely in flames.  After putting out the fire, investigators found 55 year old Julie inside, next to her bed along with their two dogs, Cleo and Daisy.  At first it seemed to be an accident, they thought Julie had died from smoke inhalation.  But while doing a routine autopsy, they found three bullet wounds in Julies torso.  Julie had no enemies, who would have done this to her?  

Sources:  The Paducah Sun, Dateline "Consumed"

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Feb 25 2020

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59. The Murder of Kay Parsons

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Kay Parsons was living in Grovetown, Georgia with her husband David and their twelve year old son, Derek.  They seem to have everything going for them, a nice home, great neighbors, and busy with their sons baseball activities.  But in March of 2009, the neighborhood would be shocked when Kay was found in her home, beaten within an inch of her life.  Her home was ransacked as well as her best friends home which was just across the street.  Join us while we discuss this bizarre case and how the police caught the most unlikely of suspects. 

Sources:  Augusta Chronicle, Dateline "Murder on Hot Springs Drive"

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Feb 11 2020

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58. The Murder of Chiquita Tate

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In 2009, Chiquita Tate had it all working as a defense attorney in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  But one night in February, she was brutally murdered.  Police work through the people in her life wondering if it could be a client of hers, she had everything going for her, who would want to hurt Chiquita?  Join us while we discuss the tragic case of Chiquita and how a promising life was cut short.

Sources:  Essence magazine, the Advocate, Dateline:  Shining Star, State v Harris

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Jan 25 2020

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57. The Murder of Hope Hall

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In 1994, Hope Hall was busy making her dreams come true.  Through hard work and focus, she landed a job as a Production Assistant at the local Richmond, Virginia TV station.  Soon, though, Hope would not be the one producing the news, she would be the news.  After being brutally murdered in her apartment, the case goes cold.  It would take developing a DNA database to finally catch the killer.

Sources:  "Johnson vs. Commonwealth" WWBT, and "Forensic Files:  Breaking News"

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Dec 17 2019

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56. The Murder of Diane Holik

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In 2001, Diane Holik was living a great life in Austin, Texas.  She had a great career, beautiful home, and tons of friends that loved her.  The only thing Diane felt she was missing was a partner to spend her life with so when she meets a successful business man from Houston online, she thinks she has found the one.  They quickly become engaged and she makes plans to sell her home in Austin and move to Houston.  But one stormy night in November, Diane's plans would be halted when someone comes into her home and murders her.

Sources:  "Russo V. State" and "Dateline: After the Storm"

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Dec 01 2019

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55. The Murder of Quincy Brown

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In May of 1996, Eddie and Elise Makdessi were enjoying a nice night out in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  The evening would quickly turn into a nightmare when they entered their apartment and were attacked.  The night would end with only Eddie surviving, Elise and their attacker both dead.  As police investigate the murder, they soon realize all is not as it seems with Eddie and Elise.  Join us while we discuss the strange case of the Makdessi’s and how an innocent man was caught in their lies.

Sources: "Forensic Files" and "48 Hours Mystery"

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Nov 12 2019

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54. The Murder of Gary Larson

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In 1986, in Edmond, Oklahoma, Gary Larson is in bed with his girlfriend.  They hear a noise so he gets up to check it out.  He is confronted by a man wearing nothing but underwear and gloves.  By the end of the night, Gary will be dead and his girlfriend will have endured hours of torture.  It will take 18 years but police finally track down this peeping-tom turned murderer.  

Sources: The Daily Oklahoman, "Solved", and "Forensic Files"

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Oct 29 2019

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53. The Abduction of Martha "Doe" Roberts

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In 1992, 64 year old Martha "Doe" Roberts was at home having breakfast with her husband of 44 years before he headed off to work.  It was a typical day for the couple, but later that today, her husband would come home to find Doe missing.  Soon after, ransom phone calls began coming in but the kidnapper never followed through with the plans.  Follow us while we discuss the strange case of Doe Roberts and the cat and mouse game her husband and the police had to play to find Doe.

Sources: Forensic Files

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Oct 17 2019

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52. The Murder of Lauren Giddings

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In June of 2011, Lauren Giddings was ready to start the rest of her life.  She had just finished law school and was set to move in with her longterm boyfriend, David, in Atlanta.  But when Lauren had not been heard from in days, her friends and family begin to worry.  A gruesome discovery in a trashcan will lead police on a search for Lauren's killer and his twisted obsession.

Sources:  Dateline, Nightmare Next Door, Macon Telegraph, Above the Law

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Oct 01 2019

51mins

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51. The Disappearance of Tamika Huston

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In May of 2004, South Carolina nursing student Tamika Huston went missing.  The first few days her family just thought that she had gone on one of her spontaneous trips but after not hearing from her in almost two weeks, they called the police.  With an ex-boyfriend with a past and a new secret love interest, the police had suspects but no real evidence.  Join us while we discuss the disappearance of Tamika and her families journey to find her.

Jun 01 2019

47mins

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50. The Murder of Karen Gregory

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In May of 1984, Karen Gregory was excited to move in with the love of her life, her boyfriend David Mackey.  But while David was out of town, the unthinkable would happen to Karen in a small beach town in Florida.  Join us while we discuss the murder of Karen Gregory and how a small town detective would have to look within his friend circle to find the real murderer. 

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Apr 20 2019

52mins

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49. The Murder of Anna Mae Branson

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In the town on Madisonville, Kentucky, known as the “Best Town On Earth” (they have a song, it’s official), the unthinkable has happened.  Anna Mae Branson, a well-known business woman around town was found murdered in her home.  Suspects were few and far between as Anna Mae was so beloved, no one could imagine anyone wanting to hurt her.  But when the police finally zero in on their guy, he is no where to be found.  Join us while we discuss the case of this Southern Belle being taken in cold blood and the International manhunt that would occur to find her killer.

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Mar 20 2019

54mins

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48. The Heidt Family Murders

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In August 2008, police discovered Phillip and Carey Heidt murdered in their home.  Linda Heidt was left for dead.  Police initially had no suspects but when they discovered an affair within the family, the murders became much more scandalous.  Join us while we discuss the Heidt family murders and how brotherly betrayal can lead

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Mar 05 2019

57mins

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47. Texas Suitcase Killer // Joanna Rogers and Summer Baldwin

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September of 2005 in Lubbock, Texas, a landfill worker finds a suitcase that looks suspicious.  Opening it up, he discovers a young woman's body, he immediately contacts police.  After identifying the body, police discover a potential serial killer operating in Lubbock, Texas.  Join us while we discuss the Texas Suitcase Killer and how a computer trail helped police stop a budding serial killer in his tracks.

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Jan 22 2019

56mins

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Pretty good

By morgan childress - May 21 2020
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I like the podcast but I mostly just keep listening because stew is funny

Great Show

By Batman of Columbus - May 10 2020
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Stu/Stewart is naturally funny. The cases are well researched.