Ohio Valley True Crime
A killer true crime podcast about solved & unsolved murders.
Rank #1: MurderCast 003: Danny Casolaro.
In the early 90s, freelance journalist Danny Casolaro began an investigation for a story he called: The Octopus. His investigation led him to uncover corruption and criminal activity at the highest levels of the U.S. government. Did the tentacles of The Octopus pull him under the murky waters of a conspiracy? You are listening to MurderCast.
Rank #2: MurderCast 008: Adrienne Salinas.
Father’s Day, June 15th, 2013. Nineteen-year-old college student Adrienne Salinas vanishes only blocks from her apartment in Tempe, AZ. A few months later, a shocking discovery is made. Was Adrienne the victim of the Canal Killer? Or was someone closer to her involved in her disappearance?
Crime Smith covers all things true crime related, from serial killers to kidnappings and unsolved mysteries.
Rank #1: Kitakyushu Murders.
Futoshi Matsunaga and his common-law wife, Junko Ogata, are responsible for brainwashing, torturing, and killing at least seven people. Listener discretion is advised.Sponsored by Sudio Sweden: https://goo.gl/gQvUidWebsite: https://www.crimesmith.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/crimesmithFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/crimesmithpodcast/Email: email@example.comPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/crimesmithpodcast
Rank #2: Zama Murders.
In 2017, Takahiro Shiraishi murdered and mutilated 9 people in Zama, Japan. Eight of his victims were young women who had been contemplating suicide; the last was one of the victims' friends who had been trying to find her. This is the story of the Zama murders. Listener discretion is advised.Website: https://www.crimesmith.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/crimesmithFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/crimesmithpodcast/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
True crime in Canada
Rank #1: Alex Cooper.
Today I will be discussing the disappearance of Alex Cooper. He was a loving family man who raised five children with his wife. One day near his 65th birthday he went missing. He was known to carry large sums of money on hand As well, I will be discussing a similar story that occured with my own family. Resources used Unsolved Mysteries Wiki Alex Cooper Obituary Grace Young Obituary Nova Scotia ArchivesFacebook Twitter 2Shares
Rank #2: Claudette Osborne-Tyo.
Fifteen days after the birth of her daughter, a young mother goes missing. Claudette Osborne-Tyo had a life filled with pain and demons. She had a loving partner, and four beautiful children. However none of this could erase her pain. For 10 years, her family has been looking for answers. If you have any information regarding Claudette Osborne, please contact Project Devote Tip line: 1-888-673-3316 To reach the National Inquiry by phone, please call the toll-free line at 1-844-348-4119 If you or your family has been affected by this, and need resources, please contact Crisis Line 1-844-413-6649 A national, toll-free crisis call line is available to provide support for anyone who requires assistance. This line is available free of charge, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To donate to Drag the Red-https://www.gofundme.com/qfggaa94 Resources used https://www.amazon.ca/Indigenous-Writes-Nations-issues-Canada/dp/1553796802/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1527215046&sr=8-1&keywords=indigenous+writes http://aptn.ca/taken/video/season-1/ http://todaysndp.ca/bernadette-smith Articles from CBC, and Winnipeg Press, Facebook Twitter 0Shares
Cold Case Homicide Studies
Rank #1: Episode 1 : “That woman is laying in there dying!”.
Robert Elton Waldron was interviewed twice on the day his wife was shot. The first interview was brief, and took place less than two hours after the incident. That full interview is in this episode, along with backstory on how he and Norma met, as well as her relationship with Waldron's mother, Alice.MUSIC CREDITS:incompetech.comI Knew A GuyDivisionbensound.comTomorrow
Rank #2: S6: Episode 1 – Who Killed Rick Atwood?.
Rick Atwood was last seen in White Cloud, Michigan on August 10, 1983. His Trans-Am was found two months later in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Rick has never been found. Part 1 of 5LAW ENFORCEMENT INFO:Anyone with more information is urged to contact D/Sgt. Ryan Maki at MakiR1@michigan.gov. You can also call the Michigan State Police at (231) 873-2171 or Silent Observer 231-652-1121.MUSIC6 String Opera – Project XSearch and Destroy - AudionautixNight of Chaos - IncompetechLast Night I Dreamt I Saw True Love In Your Eyes – Chris ZabriskieSnatch movie clip on YoutubeBUY THE MOVIE: http://bit.ly/2d3eT3IWATCH ON CRACKLE: http://bit.ly/2cDwMWn
A true crime podcast taking you through different stories and locations all around California.
Rank #1: Pt 1: The Life and Kidnapping of Steven Stayner - Kenneth Parnell .
On December 4, 1972, Kenneth Parnell went to Merced and kidnapped Steven Stayner. In this episode, we cover Kenneth Parnell's life and talk about the institutions, from reform school to mental hospitals, and the laws that were used to harass and arrest innocent people while letting Parnell go free. We also talk about Merced, Snelling, Bakersfield and Oildale. Join us for the 1st part in our series on the kidnapping of Steven Stayner.
Rank #2: The Keddie Murders.
In this week's episode, we discuss The Keddie Murders. An unsolved quadruple homicide tucked away in a small town of Northern California. Website and show notes: http://www.californiatruecrime.com/ If you would like to support us we have a Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/californiatruecrime Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/calitruecrime/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/calitruecrime Intagram: https://www.instagram.com/calitruecrime/
The shows creator and Host Nicki T discusses true crime out of the Natural State in a narrative style bi-weekly podcast. Nicki covers the cases you haven’t heard of while bringing positive attention to sometimes forgotten cases.
Rank #1: Episode 4 - Orsini/McArthur - Have a Nice Day!.
BEFORE YOU LISTEN: This is one of Strictly Homicide Podcast's first Episode! I was brand new at this (and still am!) but the volume is Low and the quality is awful.The annoying background music is no longer on the newer episodes. I am currently working on re-recording this episode. I would start with the newest episode and go backwards! Thanks for you patience and understanding!!!! Episode 4 - Mary Lee Orsini, A woman driven by money & media fame is involved in a twisted love triangle that may or may not have been an imaginary romance with a prominent Little Rock Attorney, William McArthur. ________ Written, and hosted by Nicki TOriginal Graphic Art by Nicki TOriginal Music and production by Mr. TSocial Media + Contact Information: email@example.com Strictly Homicide Facebook PageStrictly Homicide Instagram PageStrictly Homicide Patreon - Help Support us!Follow us on TWITTER! Todays Promos are brought to you by:Murderous Minors: Killer Kids Podcast911 Moms PodcastKillafornia Dreaming Podcast Support us on Patreon!
Rank #2: Episode 17 - Markle Family.
Hey Y'all! I re-recorded Episode one, one of my favorite cases, The Markle Family. Originally Episode 1 - A real life Hollywood horror story that shook the Quapaw Quarters of Little Rock Arkansas in 1987. The Markle Family consisted of John Lawrence Markle, Christine Markle, Suzanne Markle and Amy Markle. Johns mother is Oscar winning Actress Mercedes McCambridge. Check out our Social Media for images about the episode.Promos from:Minds of MadnessPretend RadioMoms and MurderStrictly HomicideStrictly Homicide Patreon Page All research, writing, hosting and producing by Nicki T. Original Music by Mr. T (Lucy's Temper) @lucystemper on twitterSources used for research on this episode:Police reports, Court documents and the following publications – Arkansas Online - https://www.arkansasonline.com/murdersonmain/Written by Brandon Riddlehttps://www.arkansasbusiness.com/article/89023/today-marks-30th-anniversary-of-markle-murdershttps://www.onlyinyourstate.com/arkansas/ar-markle-murders/Written by Carol Ann Carsonhttps://www.aymag.com/murder-mystery-a-nightmare-on-main-street/Written by Rhonda Owen
A true crime podcast that examines cases which are unsolved, unresolved, or have lingering questions. Hosted by Heather Wright and Scott Fuller.
Rank #1: Chapter 1: Episode 3 (Donald Edward Fickey, Jr.).
“Death investigation requires strict adherence to guidelines. Investigators must search for clues that identify a death as natural, suicide or homicide. In the case of homicide, investigators must carefully collect evidence to help identify suspects and convict murderers.” The DJ Fickey death scene was not properly processed. The coroner’s decision to declare the death a suicide - apparently only after about 30 minutes of his arriving at the scene - forever made impossible the collection, processing and analysis of certain critical evidence. In Episode 3 of Chapter 1, we examined the proper procedure for investigating a death scene. We dicussed the key players as well as their roles in the investigation. We also discuss the importance of physcial evidence as well as the collection and securing of the evidence. Additionally, we examined some false or misleading information that was provided to the medical examiner within the first few hours of the investigation. Once it was decided that DJ killed himself, the investigation took a turn. Once it is determined to be a suicide, the entire investigation shifts and key evidence could be lost. Every call should be handled as a crime until it has been determined that no crime has occurred. Justice for DJ means something very specific to DJ’s sister Amanda, as you’ve heard. Frankly, without Amanda, very few people would care about DJ’s death, and you certainly wouldn’t have heard about it. Having seen the police report, interviewed experts and viewed the crime scene photos, Scott and Heather both believe that DJ did not pull the trigger of that shotgun. But we can’t say for sure. Frankly, it’s not our job to say for sure. And this is why DJ was a victim twice over... DJ Fickey either shot himself, or he was shot - and so DJ was either a victim of homicide or suicide. But then, the professionals whose job it was to ensure that DJ’s manner of death was correct - from the coroner, to the Walker County Sheriff’s Department, to the state’s crime lab, to even the district attorney - failed to do their jobs. Visit our Facebook page for further discussions and details (Status Pending) Follow Instagram (@statuspendingpodcast) on Instagram Follow @pending_status on Twitter Follow @XCaliCat03X (Heather) on Twitter Follow @FullerOnAir (Scott) on Twitter Check out the podbean page for sources.
Rank #2: Chapter 6: Episode 1 (Brittany Phillips).
In the 11 hours between 9 PM on September 27th, 2004 and 8AM the following morning, September 28th, 18-year-old Brittany Phillips was raped and murdered inside her Tulsa, Oklahoma apartment. Three days later, on her 19th birthday, Brittany was laid to rest with her stunned friends and family in attendance. In episode 1 of this chapter, we will explore the basic facts of Brittany’s case. While police have some physical evidence from the scene, including the DNA of a person believed to be her killer, no arrests have ever been made. Her case will be 15 years old this year. If you have any information about Brittany’s case, please contact the Tulsa Homicide Hotline 918-798-8477.Find out where Maggie is headed to next by visiting http://www.brittanyphillipsmurder.net/or her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mom.missing.brittany Promo: Voices for Justice– hosted by Sarah TurneyYou can learn more about the case by visiting https://www.facebook.com/JusticeforAlissa/or listening to episodes 1,2, and 3of Chapter 3 of Status Pending. You can follow Sarah and her podcast at the following handles:@saraheturney– Instagram@SarahETurney– Twitter@voicesforjusticepodcast– Instagram@VFJPod- Twitter
Southern Gone is a true crime podcast that believes every missing person deserves to be found. Join host Kristi Bryant, armchair detective and Georgia native, as she investigates missing person cases in the southern United States. She uses her tenacity, inability to hear no, and southern charm to shed light on past and present cases. Each episode features a different missing person case and insightful interviews with reporters and the missing person’s family. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5 star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone. Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!
Rank #1: Episode 23: Carrie Lawson Part 2.
Carrie Lawson was kidnapped on September 11, 1991, in Jasper, Alabama. She was 25 years old and recently graduated from the University of Alabama Law School. This stunning case still haunts the community and her family 28 years later.Join Kristi as she delves back into the Carrie Lawson case with Carrie’s sister Margaret Smith Kubiszyn. If you want to hear part 1 of this story listen to Episode 9 before you listen to this episode.The kidnapping happened around 3 a.m. at the home Carrie shared with her husband, 26-year-old Earl Lawson. They received a middle-of-the-night call from a woman claiming to be a nurse who said a close family member was at the hospital. As the couple left for the hospital, a gunman appeared at their vehicle. He forced Earl to the ground and instructed Carrie to bind her husband with duct tape.The gunman, Jerry Bland, demanded a ransom in exchange for the safe return for Carrie. Carrie’s family was willing to pay the $300,000 ransom in order to get their daughter back. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned.Karen McPherson, Jerry Bland’s cousin, has been serving 25 years in prison for the kidnapping of Carrie Lawson but to this day Carrie has never been found.Southern Gone is an independently produced podcast. This means everything we do is on our time and our dime. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode. For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com.Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.Grab a chair, a glass of sweet tea, and get GONE with Southern Gone!
Rank #2: Episode 9: Carrie Lawson.
Carrie Lawson was kidnapped on September 11, 1991, in Jasper, Alabama. She was 25 years old and recently graduated from the University of Alabama law school. This stunning case still haunts the community 27 years later.The kidnapping happened around 3 a.m. at the home Carrie shared with her husband, 26-year-old Earl Lawson. They received a middle-of-the-night call from a woman claiming to be a nurse who said a close family member was at the hospital. As the couple left for the hospital, a gunman appeared at their vehicle. He forced Earl to the ground and instructed Carrie to bind her husband with duct tape.The gunman, Jerry Bland, demanded a ransom in exchange for the safe return for Carrie. Carrie’s family was willing to pay the $300,000 ransom in order to get their daughter back. Unfortunately, things didn't go as planned.Karen McPherson, Jerry Bland’s cousin, has been serving 25 years in prison for the kidnapping of Carrie Lawson but to this day Carrie has never been found.Join Kristi as she delves into the Carrie Lawson case. What happened to her? Will she ever be found?Southern Gone is an independently produced new podcast, which means we fund everything ourselves. We do this because we believe that all the missing deserve to be found.Investigating these cold cases is truly our passion project and we would not be able to do it without you! If you would like to support this podcast consider becoming a patron on patreon.com/southerngone.For everything Southern Gone visit our website www.SouthernGone.com. If you enjoy this podcast please leave a 5-star review and comment for a chance to be featured on a future episode.
Podcast by Cold girls true crime
Rank #1: Lauren Spierer.
20 year old Lauren Spierer went out for a night out with friends back in 2011, 7 years later she still hasn't returned. Find us on twitter @coldgirlspodFind us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/coldgirlspodcast/
Rank #2: Brianna Maitland.
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On March 27th 1973, the nude lifeless body of 15 year old Tina Davidson was found on the cold rocky shoreline of Lake Michigan. She had been brutally stabbed 61 times and her killer has never been identified. This podcast attempts to shed light on the murder and possibly bring in new tips and leads.
Rank #1: Breaking News Regarding Tina Davidson.
Originally I had planned on releasing an episode exposing Arnie Anderson as a parasite but after giving it a lot of thought and talking to a few listeners Ive decided that hes not worth the time or attention I have rather an incredible amount of information on him and if need be I can revisit it in the future So instead of giving a predator his 15 minutes of fame I have an update on Tina Davidson A few weeks ago A woman who I will not name messaged me on Facebook asking me to call her She said she could help clear up some details on Times case What she told me blew me away After all the investigating I did a huge tip came out of nowhere Could the person she told me about be Tinas killer wwwsearchingforclosurecom
Rank #2: Case File 1: Inside the mind of a killer.
Just a little bit of a warning this episode might get a little uncomfortable especially if you have been a victim of rape or abuse or if you are close to someone who has been Im going to touch upon scenarios that are downright disgusting Im going to explore sexual deviancy Some of the thoughts and images im going to describe can be very disturbing But in order to hunt a killer you have to think like a killer Its not going to be pretty or polite but i think it must be done My first thought diving into this psychopaths head is what does it feel like to stab someone For a normal person I cant imagine it would feel good to hurt someone But for a killer it has to be an enormous release All that rage and pent up aggression finally explodes out But what does it feel like to stab someone 61 times How long does that even take Just over a minute Basically One stab per second Or do you just do a couple fast stabs in the beginning and then slowly poke them after they are dead How tired would your arm get if you were stabbing someone 61 times in a row Id imagine it might cramp up a little bit eventually Perhaps youd have to switch hands I cant imagine it would be any easier if you used both hands Who knows maybe its way easier to stab someone then i thought For my first case file I do a test to see how easy it is to stab someone 61 times and how long it would actually take Also I do a test to see how easy it is to pick up and carry someone Tinas size completely limp and dead weight Todays episode is sponsored by Audible go to wwwaudibletrialcomclosure and sign up for a free month and get a free book This episode is also sponsored by Hunt a killer Go to wwwhuntakillercom and use promo code closure at check out to save 20 off your first box wwwsearchingforclosurecom
Murder under the Midnight Sun is an Alaskan True Crime History podcast, with a focus on unsolved cases and missing persons.
Rank #1: 3: 3 - Sophie Sergie's Unsolved Murder.
Sophie Sergie was a young vibrant college student attending the University of Fairbanks when she was violently assaulted and murdered, and left in a dorm bathroom. Over 2 decades later, her case remains unsolved. Please share Sophie's story. During the second half I will discuss several women that went missing from Anchorage and were never found. facebook.com/alaskantruecrime email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: 20 - The Fairbanks North Star Borough Serial Killer.
In the late 70's and early 80's, there were 2 serial killers operating in Alaska's two biggest metro areas, one of which was greatly overshadowed by the other.For $5 off of your first purchase at POSHMARK, use my promo code MUMS5!Facebook, Patreon, Age of Radio, ThreadlessGet 2 free audiobooks at AudibleGet $30 off your first Blue Apron order! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A look into the interdiction and sentencing of some of history's most infamous killers and criminals. Delve into the cases that have haunted headlines for decades and those left in the shadows of the justice system. Listen closely as you may find a new perspective on justice that, at times, you may be surprised you agree with. Join your hosts Lisa and Matt while they answer the age old question, "Does the punishment fit the crime?"
Rank #1: Horrors in Happy Valley- 40- Jerry Sandusky.
Join Lisa, Matt, and Special Guest John Ryan as they wrap up season one and unravel the deepest rooted scandal in the history of the NCAA. *Please note all opinions in the show are solely in regards to the specific case we are discussing in this episode*Check out our new website- http://eyeforeyepod.comTired of Ads? Want to support our show?Please consider supporting Eye for an Eye with as little as $1 a month via patreon.com/eyeforeyepodEnjoy todays show? Don't forget to rate (those 5 stars are waiting to be clicked), review, subscribe and tell your friends! Want in on the discussion?Join uson our Facebook page or group, Instagram @eyeforeyepod, twitter @eyeforeyepod or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org let us know your thoughts- does the punishment fit the crime?Don’t forget to check out Murder.ly if you would like to hear other amazing True Crime PodcastsWanna start the Eye for an Eye conversation? Check out our merch shop at https://eyeforeyepod.threadless.com__Cover Art Created by: Rachel Gregorino, email@example.com Music:Garage Band Sample MixOpuzz - Tunnel of Sadness (Lite Trax - Moods and Emotions) National Sexual Assault Hotline800-656-HOPENational Child Abuse Hotline- 1-800-422-4453The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. Serving the U.S. and Canada, the hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with professional crisis counselors who—through interpreters—provide assistance in over 170 languages. The hotline offers crisis intervention, information, and referrals to thousands of emergency, social service, and support resources. All calls are confidential. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Death and Texters- Episode 3- Michelle Carter.
In 2014, 18-year old Conrad Roy III was found deceased inside of his truck from carbon monoxide poisoning. Although on the outside this seemed to be a clinically depressed young man who died by suicide of his own volition, the text messages on his phone seemed to tell a very different story. Join us as we take a deep dive into those text messages found on Conrad's phone and discuss if his death by suicide was really the result of something much more sinister-and of course, punishable by law. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Graphic Detail is a serious-tone true crime podcast that covers lesser known brutal crimes, keeping in all the explicit facts, and mentions all the interesting rumors as well.
Rank #1: Episode 4 - Chester 'The Molester' McKnight.
Episode 4 of Graphic Detail features a double homicide that occured on 1982. This case runs the gamut, and contains some corpse mutilation and dismemberment, attempted rape, alleged drug abuse, incest, molestation, animal abuse, a wrongfully convicted man, and is rounded out by some Satanic Panic undertones!
Rank #2: Episode 3 - Mitchell Johnson and Andrew Golden.
Episode 3 of Graphic Detail covers the 1998 Westside Middle School shooting, carried out by 11 year old Andrew Golden and 13 year old Mitchell Johnson. These young boys will kill five people and injure ten, and were released from incarceration upon turning 21.
Join Canadian host Bonnie Lee as she investigates Canadian true crime cases, searching for the disconnect that makes a case different than it appears on the surface. www.writingaboutcrime.com
Rank #1: Bonus Episode -The Girls Are Gone .
On April 19, 2013 during a custody dispute with her ex-husband Sandra Grazzini-Rucki abducted her own daughters. 944 days later they were located on November 18, 2015. living on a ranch in Northern Minnesota. Four separate people ended up receiving criminal charges in the case, including the girls mother. In September 2018, Michael Brodkorb and Allison Mann announced they would be releasing the book titled “The Girls Are Gone”. During the past two years the authors (a paralegal for the fathers attorney, and a writer for a Minnesota news centre that was reporting on the case during trial.) have uncovered new details about the disappearance of Samantha and Gianna Rucki and the adults that worked together to hide the sisters and the truth from everyone. The conducted many interviews to gather the complete story - including members of the Rucki family, and that included the daughters Samantha and Gianna. The book was released October 23rd for all of us to dig right in. I hope you will enjoy our discussion. Visit: Writing About Crime Facebook page: Writing About Crime Facebook group: Writing About Crime Discussion Group Twitter: @CrimeWiner Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram Email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Girls Are Gone Website The Girls Are Gone is available for sale through the following retailers in both paperback and ebook. Itasca Books Amazon Amazon Kindle Apple Books Barnes & Nobles Barnes & Nobles Nook IndieBooks Kobo
Rank #2: Chapter 7 - Penny Boudreau Filicide.
Twelve-year-old Karissa Boudreau was reported missing from Bridgewater on January 27, 2008. Her body was found on the bank of the LaHave River two weeks later. Following a four-month investigation, police charged the girl's mother, 34-year-old Penny Boudreau, with first-degree murder. On January 30, 2009, Boudreau pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 20 years. Investigators learned she strangled her daughter because she believed the child was in the way of her relationship with her boyfriend. CONTENT WARNING: this podcast contains coarse language, adult themes and content of a violent and disturbing nature. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Recommended Podcasts: Support: Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, PDF Scripts, Shout Outs! And more. No pressure. Never pressure, only if you can. Every listener is sacred. www.patreon.com/winingaboutcrime Social media and contact information: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Winingaboutcrime Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrimeWiner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/winingaboutcrime/ Email: email@example.com Credits: Writer, researcher and host: Bonnie Bruce Music credits in episodes Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ The tracks below come from Free Music Archive: Kesta - Commencing Now Borrtex - Journey Main information sources in episode : https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/canada/How-Karissa-died38721547.html http://murderpedia.org/female.B/b/boudreau-penny.htm https://en.wiki pedia.org/wiki/Penny_Boudreau https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/09/10/parents-kill-children-fbi-data/15280259/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2174580/ http://www.ctvnews.ca/father-of-murdered-n-s-girl-eager-for-trial-1.321520 https://decisions.courts.ns.ca/nsc/nssc/en/item/14227/index.do?r=AAAAAQAOcGVubnkgYm91ZHJlYXUB https://hellbeasts.com/penny-boudreau/ https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2009/01/30/girl_cried_mommy_dont_before_being_strangled.html https://alchetron.com/Penny-Boudreau-190065-W https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filicide Video clip sources in episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BML_Ynov0AA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBxwLD_OjgY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvtQaWup6bY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwUw5Ub43AE&t=917s
A podcast from The Day newsroom about unsolved murders in Connecticut, and the family, friends and law enforcement left without resolution.
Rank #1: The Story of Desiree Michaud - Part 1.
In this episode, we retell the story of the murder of an 18-year-old prostitute in New London. At an early age, she had been deemed artistically gifted. She hoped her painting ability would help her walk away from the streets for good. New London in the '80s, too, had big dreams: That artists and musicians could bring new life to the old port city. In 1984, Desiree's chances for a better life ended tragically, and her unsolved murder, some say, represented a sense of dashed hope for New London. The story of Desiree Michaud will be told in three episodes on successive Wednesdays. Podcasts on other unsolved murders will follow. To get regular updates, join the Case Unsolved Facebook page.
Rank #2: The Story of Desiree Michaud - Part 2.
We take you to the crime scene: a motel room in Groton where Desiree was strangled to death. You also can listen to the recreation of a woman under hypnosis who police believe heard the murder. Desiree Michaud was an 18-year-old prostitute in New London. She hoped her painting ability would help her walk away from the streets for good. New London in the '80s, too, had big dreams: That artists and musicians could bring new life to the old port city. In 1984, Desiree's chances for a better life ended tragically, and her unsolved murder, some say, represented a sense of dashed hope for New London. The story of Desiree Michaud runs three episodes. Episodes on other unsolved murders will follow, beginning June 20 with the case of William Spicer Jr., who was murdered on his Christmas tree farm in Groton in 1995.