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Not Your Normal Murder

Sisters Mary and Deirdre have always been obsessed with true crime. With Deirdre's background in criminal justice and Mary's degree in mental health, these sisters give a unique perspective on each case.

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Kelsey Berreth

Episode #4 // Kelsey Berreth  On Thanksgiving 2018, Kelsey Berreth would go missing after last having been seen grocery shopping. Her fiance Patrick would be the last person to report seeing her. But as investigators looked into the case, Patrick's story didn't match up with facts. Next, Patrick would be arrested for solicitation of murder. Who was this other person, and how did they and Patrick fit into the case? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here.  This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

1hr 8mins

4 Dec 2019

Rank #1

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Haleigh Cummings

Episode #5 // Haleigh Cummings Often dubbed the "other Caylee Anthony", Haleigh Cummings was 5 years old when she went missing from her Floridian home in 2009. But her case would be so much more complicated, and she had never been found. The last person to see her alive, her 17-year-old babysitter, would tell many different versions of the story, and go on to marry Haleigh's dad a month after Haleigh disappeared. What version of the story is the truth, or has the truth even been told? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

50mins

11 Dec 2019

Rank #2

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The Petit Family Murders

Episode #9 // The Petit Family Murders-- The Cheshire, Connecticut Murders In 2007, a mother and her daughter would innocently shop for groceries, unaware they were being watched, and followed home. The man who followed them home would get a friend and rob the house later that night. They would take the entire family hostage, before killing the entire family. What lead to such a vicious crime?  National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

55mins

22 Jan 2020

Rank #3

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The Murder of Greg Smart and the Case Against Pam Smart

Episode #13 // The Murder of Greg Smart and the Case Against Pam Smart Shortly after 10 pm on May 1st, 1990, 911 received several callers concerned about a hysterical woman running around outside of her condo. Police quickly arrived on scene and entered the condo. In the front hall, they found her 24 year old husband shot dead, execution style, with one shot to the back of the head. At first there would be no leads, but soon a tip would indicate that Pam had gotten her young lover to kill her husband Greg. Was Pam actually involved? This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

1hr

19 Feb 2020

Rank #4

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Monica Burgos

Episode #3 // Monica Burgos In 2010, Monica Burgos and Bruce Beresford-Redman take a family vacation with their 2 children to Cancun. Their marriage is on the rocks, but this trip is a chance for them to start over. However, only a few days into the trip, Monica is found on the resort property having been murdered. Bruce is immediately considered a suspect and flees back to America. His lawyer points out Monica is not the first person to die mysteriously at this resort. Would Bruce be found guilty of murdering his wife, or was something more sinister going on at that resort? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here.  This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

36mins

27 Nov 2019

Rank #5

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Alice Sin

Episode #7 // Alice Sin In 1999, Alice Sin would leave her home to go to a study group, and never return. Within days, her boyfriend would move his other girlfriend into their home. Soon, Alice's body would be discovered, in another state, desecrated, with weird, white supremacist messages around her. Was this a hate crime? Or was the killer much closer to home? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

30mins

1 Jan 2020

Rank #6

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The Murder of Denise Leuthold

Episode #12// The Murder of Denise Leuthold February 14th is Valentine’s day, celebrated as a lover’s day in many countries around the world. But Valentine’s Day 2013, in Peoria, Illinois, Denise Leuthold would not be celebrating with her husband of many years. Denise would be found shot, execution style, and her husband would be the prime suspect. Did he kill her as a Valentine's day present for his lover? This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

57mins

12 Feb 2020

Rank #7

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Sameena Imam

Episode #7 // Sameena Imam Sameena Imam was living in the UK, having a secret affair with her married co-worker. For Christmas, she only wanted one thing; to have her boyfriend to herself. And she thought she would get her wish. For Christmas Eve, she and her boyfriend had romantic plans to go to a hotel together. But after leaving work on Christmas eve, Sameena would never be seen again. What happened to Sameena Imam? This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

56mins

18 Dec 2019

Rank #8

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Ramon Salcido: Spree Killer

Episode #17 // Ramon Salcido: Spree Killer  In April 1989, after a night of partying, Ramon Salcido would go on a murder spree, leaving almost 10 people dead. What caused this sudden spree? This episode does contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

52mins

18 Mar 2020

Rank #9

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The Mascoutah Murders

Episode #10 // The Mascoutah Murders- The murders of Michael Morrison and Deborah Means In 1969, Michael Morrison and Deborah Means went to prom then went to hang out with friends after. They left the friend group early and began driving rural roads. They would never return home. It would be discovered they had been killed by a man who preyed on young persons on lover's lane. This episode covers the book Bad Moon Rising by Ed Morrison, who carefully details the horrific life of a possible serial killer who preyed on young persons all over the country, especially young couples on lover lanes. Please check out Bad Moon Rising by Ed Morrison, now available on Amazon!  A Scholarship fund in memorial of Debbie and Mike has been created, known as the Means-Morrison Memorial Scholarship Fund Inc National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

1hr 4mins

29 Jan 2020

Rank #10

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The Murder of Danyelle Osborne

Episode #18 // The Murder of Danyelle Osborne It was Halloween, 2005. 26-year-old Danyelle Osborne and her 28-year-old husband Robert Osborne of Gibson City, Illinois, took their 4 kids to a Halloween party. Friends noticed that things seemed tense between Danyelle and her husband. Things had actually been tense for a while between the couple who had married in 1999. They were actually separated. Danyelle was dating a new man, and Robert was set to move out of the family home in the upcoming weeks. After the party the couple went back to their family home. Robert left their home around 10pm to visit with some friends in Mahomet, a small town about 25 minutes from Gibson City. He claims before he left the house that night, was the last time he saw his wife Danyelle alive. National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

34mins

25 Mar 2020

Rank #11

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The Menendez Murders

Episode #8 // Menendez Murders  Some people think that having money can make you happy. What is there to worry about when you are a millionaire? For a very wealthy family in the suburbs of Los Angelos in the 1980s, this was definitely not the case. On August 20, 1989, Lyle and Erik Menedez opened fire and murdered their parents while they were eating ice cream in front of the tv in the living room of their gated mansion in Beverly Hills. But what made them get to their breaking point? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

57mins

8 Jan 2020

Rank #12

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The Murder of Maddie Clifton

Episode #14 // The Murder of Maddie Clifton  In 1998, 8-year-old Maddie Clifton would be brutally murdered by her 14-year-old next door neighbor, Josh Phillips. Charged as an adult, Josh would eventually be found guilty of the murder, and sentenced to life without the possibility of parole. Was his trial fair, and is it cruel and unusual to sentence a child to life without parole? This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here.  This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

40mins

26 Feb 2020

Rank #13

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The Murder of Billy Little and the Case Against Jamie Snow

Episode #11 // The Murder of Billy Little and the Case Against Jamie Snow  On Easter Sunday 1991, recent high school graduate Billy Little would be murdered during a robbery while he worked at his job in a gas station. Police would focus their investigation on Jamie Snow, a man with a criminal record connected to other robberies. By the time his trial would happen 9 years later, the prosecution would call questionable witnesses whose memories had changed over the years or were jail house informants. Was Jamie really connected to the murder, and did he get a fair trial? This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

1hr 1min

5 Feb 2020

Rank #14

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The Murder of Angie Dodge

Episode #16 // The Murder of Angie Dodge In 1996, Angie Dodge would be brutally murdered in her own home. Soon after, the prime suspect would confess, only to immediately recant. Did he actually do it? Or was it all coerced?  This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

41mins

11 Mar 2020

Rank #15

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The Lemak Murders

Episode #15 // The Lemak Murders On March 4th, 1999, Marilyn Lemak would murder her 3 small children before trying to take her own life. She would survive, and go on trial. The prosecution said she was trying to punish her estranged husband, while the defense claimed Marilyn had been out of her mind. Was Marilyn mentally ill, or did she kill out of revenge? National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

39mins

4 Mar 2020

Rank #16

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The Murder of Peggy Nadell

Episode #24 // The Murder of Peggy Nadell In 2014, Peggy Nadell's daughter would find her dead, at the bottom of her staircase. Police would be immediately suspicious of her daughter, who reported it as an accident, even though signs showed homicide. Would the suspicions be right, or was someone else involved? This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

53mins

27 May 2020

Rank #17

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The Disappearance of Sarah Stern

Episode #23 // The Disappearance of Sarah Stern In 2016, 19-year-old Sarah Stern would take a large sum of money out of her bank, and her car would be found abandoned on a bridge. She would never be seen again. Police would think she either ran away, or killed herself. But then a tip would come in, suggesting an even more sinister outcome. What really happened to Sarah Stern? National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

54mins

13 May 2020

Rank #18

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The Mysterious Death of Michele MacNeil

Episode #22 // The Mysterious Death of Michele MacNeil In 2007, Michele MacNeil would be found dead in her bathtub. Her death was found to be natural causes, but soon, her children would start to suspect she was murdered by the last person they would ever expect-- their own father. Did he have anything to do with her death? National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

52mins

29 Apr 2020

Rank #19

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The Murder of Elizabeth Sullivan

Episode #21 // The Murder of Elizabeth Sullivan Elizabeth Sullivan would seemingly vanish into thin air in 2014. Soon, her estranged husband would move on with a new girlfriend. Years later, Elizabeth's body would be found under suspicious circumstances, and her husband would be charged. Did he have anything to do with Elizabeth's disappearance? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 This episode may contain graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact. Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future! Facebook: @NYNMPodcast Instagram: Not Your Normal Murder Email: Notyournormalmurder@gmail.com Twitter: @NYNMPodcast For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit here. This episode was researched, written, and recorded by Mary Kiesewetter and Deirdre Teichman. Editing by Kevin Kiesewetter. Music credits to DanoSongs and Rob Chrisman. All rights reserved.

33mins

15 Apr 2020

Rank #20