Rank #1: (Episode 1) The Highway
Feb 22 2016
Rank #2: (Episode 2) The Truck
Feb 22 2016
Rank #3: (Episode 3) The Farm
Feb 22 2016
Rank #4: (Episode 4) The Party
Feb 22 2016
Rank #5: (Episode 5) The Boy
Feb 22 2016
A podcast series that explores history and true-crime in British Columbia, Canada.
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Still At Large, a podcast series looking at unsolved British murder cases.
Rank #1: Michaela Hague - 2001.
At 7pm on November 5th, 2001, mother of one, Michaela Hague climbed into a Blue Ford Sierra in Bower Street, Sheffield. The driver was a white male, clean shaven and wearing a wedding ring. Bonfire night was another working night for Michaela. Prostitution had become her line of trade to make ends meet.The next time this delicately featured young woman with almond shaped eyes, dark brown hair and an impish grin would be seen, she was semi-conscious and bleeding heavily from nineteen stab wounds to her neck and back. Discovered by a friend in the Spittalfields area of Sheffield, Michaela was able to give a brief description of her attacker to the first policeman on the scene, PC Twigg, who wrote the description on the palm of his hand.
Rank #2: Victoria Hall - 1999.
Two weeks before her 18th birthday, Victoria Hall, known widely as Vicky, was murdered in the early hours of September 19, 1999, no more than a couple of hundred yards from her home in Faulkeners Way, Trimley St Mary, Suffolk. She was last seen by her friend, Gemma Algar, when they parted company at around 2:30am after a night out at the Bandbox Nightclub in Felixstowe. As part of their journey home, the two young women had stopped at fish and chip shop briefly, before continuing to walk home.
A true crime podcast that balances crime and murder with semi-related nonsense from the Back Porch.
Rank #1: Ep.017 - The Knoxville Horror.
Vacations are supposed to be a relaxing break from your usual daily routine. Having fun and making some memories are expected. But, when a few friends from Kentucky make a road trip to "the big T.N.," they engage in some activities that most would consider far from fun and relaxing. Memories were probably made, but in the end, many lives have been ruined.
Rank #2: Ep.006 - The Murder of Stephanie Crowe.
Imagine the tragedy of finding that your sister was murdered in your own home while you slept. The grief and pain would be nearly unbearable. Now imagine that you have become the prime suspect in her death.
Every crime has a motive.
Rank #1: EP5 The Original Night Stalker.
The Original Night Stalker is a media epithet for an unidentified serial killer and rapist who committed 50 rapes in Northern California and murdered twelve people in Southern California from 1979 through 1986.
Rank #2: EP3 Disappearance of Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos.
Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos went missing in 2004 and 2003, respectively, under similar circumstances in Naples, Florida. Both men were last seen being arrested by former Collier County Sheriff's Deputy Corporal Steve Calkins for driving without a license. He claims he changed his mind about both arrests and last saw the men after he dropped them at Circle K convenience stores.
Brutal Ends is a podcast that focuses on the most captivating and terrifying murderers in history. From Victorian rippers to modern day serial killers, we explore them all.
Rank #1: EP9 The Beauty Queen Killer - 5:10:16, 1.05 PM.
Christopher Wilder was named the Beauty Queen Killer due to the victims he targeted. He lured beautiful young women in with the promise of modeling contracts before he tortured, raped and murdered them.
Rank #2: EP 10 The Vampire Of Sacramento - 7:5:16, 1.56 PM.
Richard Chase was a gruesome and delusional serial killer and cannibal. He mutilated his victims, drank their blood, and made smoothies out of their organs.
Join us each week as our host walks you through one crime from one country in Asia.
Rank #1: Bonus Episode: Chinese New Year Mini-sode!.
A bonus mini-sode for Chinese New Year.
Rank #2: Episode 6: Knife Assassination in China.
Podcast by Gone Podcast
Rank #1: 3- Neo Babson Maximus / Charlie Allen Jr.
3- Neo Babson Maximus / Charlie Allen Jr by Gone Podcast
Rank #2: Tara Calico.
Tara Calico by Gone Podcast
Everyone is someone's child, even a serial killer. In each episode, Donal MacIntyre and a team of experts examine the complex stories of serial killers' family relationships and on a case by case basis looks at the vital role played by their mothers.This Podcast is the companion series to the CBS Reality show ”Murderers and Their Mothers”.#MurdererMums http://www.cbsreality.co.uk/
Rank #1: Ep5 - DENNIS NILSEN: The Kindly Killer.
One of Britain’s most infamous killers, Dennis Nilsen murdered fifteen young men, some as young as 14, in London during the late seventies and early eighties. Nilsen held on to the corpses of his victims for weeks on end, keeping them in pristine condition and talking to them on his return home from work and sleeping beside them. His horrific crimes were only revealed when a plumbing company found human remains in his drains. But what led this seemingly normal civil servant to start killing for company? How big a role did his lonely childhood in an isolated Scottish fishing village play? And how devastating was his cold and religious mother’s inability to feel any love for him or to acknowledge his homosexuality? Join MacIntyre and distinguished criminologist Dr Elizabeth Yardley as they unpick the psychology of one of the country’s most complex killers. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: Ep4 – HAROLD SHIPMAN – The Angel of Death.
Donal MacIntyre investigates some of the world’s most notorious killers asking if they were born evil or whether their dysfunctional relationships with their mothers turned them into monsters.Dr Harold Shipman, was Britain’s most prolific serial killer with at least 215 known victims. Was Shipman simply addicted to murder, playing God by killing many of his elderly female patients with overdoses of morphine or did his upbringing turn him into a mass murderer? His mother was a domineering and controlling mother who worshipped the young Harold and made him believe that he was better than everyone else. When she died a painful death relieved by morphine, did this sow the seeds of Shipman’s murderous career? Join Donal and criminologist Dr Elizabeth Yardley as they examine one of the most disturbing, unique and perplexing criminal cases in British history. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Two mothers, Denise Govendir and Eva Webel, both murdered in their homes 15 years apart. Both crimes appeared to be robberies gone wrong. Both cases remain unsolved. Now a Sunday Telegraph* investigation by Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey has found the links and coincidences between the bashing deaths go even deeper. The women lived a short walk from each other, were both trying to finalise a divorce and in the quiet, peaceful suburb of Dover Heights they are the only murders ever to occur there . Even more strangely Denise and Eva's husbands had been friends for almost 13 years - and one provided the other with an alibi on the day his wife was murdered.* The Alibi podcast series was first published by The Sunday Telegraph in July 2015.
Rank #1: Bonus Episode: George Webel speaks.
Four years after The Sunday Telegraph released The Alibi, the husband of murdered woman Eva Webel has finally spoken. George Webel sat down with reporter Yoni Bashan for an in-depth interview about his wife's murder.
Rank #2: Part 3: The missing 20 minutes.
Before his wife was bashed and strangled to death in her home, George Webel suffered another unfortunate turn of events. Yoni Bashan and Claire Harvey look at the evidence in the two cases and test whether George Webel had time to kill his wife in the missing 20 minutes inbetween alibi sightings. And a witness who claimed Aaron Govendir was buying cable ties before his wife was killed.
Rank #1: Episode 4- Open Road.
Another theory in the death of Kimberly Yohe comes in the form of open road truck drivers. How does this relate to Kim? Join me as I explore this theory and see if we can discover more about truck drivers, and how their career choice can lead them down a path of questionable decisions. In this episode I dive into the possibility of Kimberly’s demise being caused by a truck driver. We all know truck drivers can be shady citizens in this dear country we live in, but was a certain truck driver driven to the point of murder? Join me in the new episode of The Grave Truth and find out what can be discovered in the murder of Kimberly Yohe. http://gravetruthpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Episode4-Open-Road.mp3
Rank #2: Episode 3- The Group.
http://gravetruthpodcast.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Episode-3-The-Group-1.mp3 On May 22nd, 1996 the body of Kimberly Yohe was found in the Susquehanna River in Middle Paxton township, Pa. In this episode we will explore one of the many theories of what could of happened to Kimberly Yohe. Would someone close to her want to hurt her or was she simply greeted with a terrible fate?
Beginning in Summer 1972, several young New Jersey women vanish while hitchhiking. All are later found dead in the woods miles away from home - and some of their bodies are allegedly found surrounded by strange and occult objects. Some locals fear a serial killer is on the loose. Others say a Satanic cult is to blame. Whispers of a police cover-up permeate the air.What really happened?Join author and Weird NJ correspondent Jesse P. Pollack as he chronicles a strange series of cold cases that still haunt the Garden State to this very day.
Rank #1: Devil's Teeth Podcast: Episode 3 - The Girl on the Mountain.
Jeannette DePalma's friends and family can't seem to agree on who she really was - especially when the higher-ups at her Evangelical Christian church begin to interject.
Rank #2: Devil's Teeth Podcast: Episode 4 - August 7, 1972.
Jeannette DePalma's final day on Earth is examined and the first suspect in her murder is revealed.
A mix of true crime and case law, this podcast looks at precedent-setting court cases and the crimes behind those cases.
Rank #1: Maryland v Buie - Sidebar with Colin Miller.
Colin Miller from the Undisclosed podcast and the Evidence Prof Blog joins me to discuss the case of Maryland v Buie.
Rank #2: North Carolina v Alford.
North Carolina v Alford established "the Alford plea" whereby a defendant enters a guilty plea but maintains their innocence. Support the podcast on patreon at http://www.patreon.com/crimeandprecedents Music in this episode by Kai Engle. Supreme court audio courtesy of www.oyez.org. Follow the podcast on twitter at www.twitter.com/crimeprecedents
New Podcast focusing on cold cases. The host is a Georgia girl and that is evident in the accent. Host is Carol Laverty
Rank #1: Episode 6: Ashanti Billie.
Forewarning: This isn't actually a cold case. However, this is a local case near and dear to my heart. Ashanti Billie was a 19 year old girl that recently went missing in Virginia Beach, Va. Her body was found days ago in Charlotte, NC. How did this responsible and beautiful college student end up six hours from home?
Rank #2: Episode 5: Mayor Fred Duckworth.
The controversial murder of former Mayor Fred Duckworth of Norfolk, Va. A proponent of segragation in the south, former Mayor Fred Duckworth was murdered on his way home from his daily walk. The murderer has never been found. In the shoutouts I completely forgot to say thank you to Cambo from True Crime Island. Make sure you go check out his latest episode!
A podcast about crime and justice in Canada, including exclusive information on the country’s most notorious criminals
Rank #1: Prison service can’t contain spending or limit inmate deaths, report shows.
Despite an enormous infusion of cash in the past decade, the agency that runs the country’s penitentiaries has failed to deliver on longstanding promises to reduce prisoner deaths and has failed to limit critical security incidents that endanger staff and inmates, a newly released report card on the operations of Correctional Service of Canada reveals. “I continue […]
Rank #2: The Mother and the Murderer: Woman confronts son’s killer in prison.
Carolyn Solomon, a mother of two from Sudbury, Ontario, travelled 1,500 kilometres, past razor-wire topped steel fences and gun-toting watchtower guards, into the bowels of a federal penitentiary, to confront the man who murdered her son. Why did she do it? What did the killer say when Solomon looked into his eyes and demanded to know why […]
The Podcast Where Internet Meets MysteryWe dive deep into internet mysteries, trying to decipher fact from fiction. ETH donations: 0xaBEC13f723979cdB1ba69c66C1b831EcD7e7eaD5 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clouded/support
Rank #1: Slender Man.
On May 31st 2014 in Waukesha Wisconsin two 12 year old girls stabbed their friend 19 times to appease an internet creature known as "Slenderman". On this episode of Clouded we look into the history of Slenderman and how this fictional character may have influenced some kids to commit an awful crime. Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/cloudedpodcast Music in this episode provided by: "Creepy" by bensound.com "Crypto" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ "When We Fall" by Philipp Weigl "Haunted" by Laszlo Harsanyi Music: “A Human Being” by Andy G. Cohen Released under a Creative Commons Attribution International License https://andyg.co/hen/songs/human --- 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/clouded/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clouded/support
Rank #2: The Dark Web.
There is a hidden part of the internet where, some say, evil lurks. It's a place where drugs and hackers rule. And you can get there from where you are sitting right now. In this episode of Clouded we dive deep into the hidden underbelly of the deep web. Could it be hiding more than we know of? Vice Red Room Article Link Follow us on Twitter @cloudedpodcast.com Visit our website at cloudedmysteries.com Music in this episode: "Crypto" Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 "Creepy" and "Pianomoment" by BenSound.com "Sinister Calamity" by Dark Asylum Music "A Human Being" by Andy G. Cohen Released under a Creative Commons Attribution International License https://andyg.co/hen/songs/human--- 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/clouded/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clouded/support
Join us every season as we unravel a new crime. Every season we focus on one crime and the subsequent conviction. You, the audience, be the jury. Was justice served? What really happened?
Rank #1: S.01 Ep.02: Search and Suspects.
Rank #2: S.01 Ep.03: Zeroing In.