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I'm Collier Landry, subject of the Investigation Discovery documentary 'A Murder in Mansfield'. On New Year's Eve 1989, I awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of 2 loud thuds. The next morning my mother was missing and I knew she was no longer alive. No one believed me except one detective; 25 days later, police found my mother's body buried beneath the basement floor of my father's new home he purchased for his mistress. I had witnessed a murder, and at the age of 12, I testified a ...
 
The dark side of a paradise island. On the 10th January 2011, whilst on honeymoon with her new husband John, Michaela McAreavey was murdered in her hotel room. Two hotel employees would be charged with her murder and later acquitted by a Mauritian jury in 2012. To this day, justice for Michaela has still not been delivered. This podcast details with the harrowing events of her murder together with the shambolic court proceedings during her murder trial in 2012, as told by John McAreavey and ...
 
The mystery of Brett Cantor's unsolved murder still haunts Hollywood like a ghost. The Dragonfly nightclub owner and A&R label exec was a fast rising star in the music scene. The series uncovers the harrowing details of his final days, murder, and the eerie aftermath. We reveal shocking new information in his cold case documented by interviews with his family, friends, and the original homicide detective assigned to the case. It's one true crime story you will never forget.
 
In this series of special reports by The Dallas Morning News, reporter Jennifer Emily follows the murder trial of fired Dallas police officer Amber Guyger in the shooting death of Botham Jean. Guyger was off duty but in uniform when she shot Jean in his apartment. She told police she thought the apartment was hers and she mistook him for a burglar. Emily explores aspects of the case and gives the audience updates during the trial. The series features attorneys, journalists and family members ...
 
The Trials of Louisa Collins.Louisa was the first and last woman hanged in NSW Australia.This case captured the public imagination in 1888. People packed the courthouse to watch the 'Botany Boris's murder trials. Not one trial but four. Louisa's eventual death sentence sparked public satisfaction and public rage. Was she guilty or not guilty?This true crime tale brings to life the characters who fought for and against Louisa's appointment with the gallows.
 
Bruh Issa Murder is a podcast covering true crime cases of color. With a diverse group of true crime nerds, we detail and provide commentary on cases of color and play Music from a little-known artist at the end of each episode. Join Andre, Battle, Kelly, and Robert as the gang dives deep into Murder, Mystery, depravity, Injustice, and more. It's true crime in living color.
 
Sam Little, the FBI’s most prolific serial killer roamed free for five decades, murdering women at will. But in 2012 he came to the attention of Detective Mitzi Roberts and everything changed. This opportunistic killer had long stayed below law enforcement’s radar because of the victims he chose: Women from the fringe — drug users and sex workers paid little attention to by society. Murder Book Season 2: The Women Who Stopped Sam Little follows this Los Angeles Police Department cold case in ...
 
Trial by Error, An Arré-Saavn Original, produced by Jamun, is adapted from Avirook Sen’s haunting book Aarushi, is an eight-part investigative audio series that narrates the story of the Noida double murder, and the controversial trial that convicted the Talwars. Follow investigative journalist Nishita Jha as she turns a lens on the murky details of the case to see whether justice truly has been served.
 
In October of 1997, a fifteen year old boy named John Hartman was beaten to death on the streets of Fairbanks, Alaska. Four young men were convicted of his murder, yet questions remain about who the actual killer, or killers, are. Hosted by Matt Ralston New episodes every Monday at midnight
 
Imagine being wrongfully convicted for a crime you didn't commit, or imagine your child's killer is still on the loose even though there's enough evidence for an arrest. I want to help shine light on the injustices of our judicial system. I delve into court documents, attend trials, and interview those close to the case to help me tell their stories.
 
"We refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt.” Black and White and Thin Blue Lines is an original podcast created by two former police officers, Serge Antonin and Clarke Ahlers, who are inspired by the hopeful words of the Reverend Martin Luther King. Serge Antonin is African American. Clarke Ahlers is Caucasian. The podcast is a discussion about current issues in criminal justice and law enforcement, especially where these issues intersect the topic of race.
 
The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @cri ...
 
In October of 2015, 22 year-old Susie Sievers vanished from the town of Moonpark, Arizona. A week later, two wrists and a leg were found in a dumpster behind the Circle K. For two years, the murder has remained unsolved. Lawrence Davies, an almost-award-winning journalist, and his producer, Casey Palmer, have stumbled on a cold-case in one of the hottest places on earth.
 
Nina Gilden Seavey was twelve on May 5, 1970, the day an Air Force building in St. Louis burned to the ground. Her dad represented a young man accused of the crime: Howard Mechanic. Facing serious federal time, Howard went on the run and became one of the longest-running fugitives in U.S. history. As an adult, Nina picked up the trail. What ever happened to Howard Mechanic? This eight-part series is the tangled story of her search for answers. Hundreds of Freedom of Information requests. Hun ...
 
Hi! We are Christy and Edith, backyard gardeners from Colorado. Lately, we have noticed more and more people picking our brains for tips and trouble-shooting about gardening. We think it’s kinda funny, because we’re not experts. We just learned a lot about gardening from the mistakes we made along the way. You always hear about Victory gardens – but what about all the garden failures? Gardening is about learning, experimenting and rolling with the punches. Every week we share our most epic g ...
 
Salem's Ghosts is a chilling, genre-bending anthology series set in and around Salem, Massachusetts. It began production in the autumn of 2020 with the feature installment, "Salem's Ghosts: A Salem Witch Trials Paranormal Audio Drama." This story was set during the Salem Witch Trials and tracks some of that era's lesser-known players as they wrestle against or instigate the oncoming storm of witchcraft. The second installment is titled, "Salem's Ghosts: The Lynn Lady." This more modern tale ...
 
A bi-weekly podcast hosted by Andrew Massie and Rachael Clark, Armchair Apocrypha features armchair experts telling stories from the subjects they’re passionate about. Featuring a social servant with theories about mixed martial arts, a barista with opinions about first ladies, and a news content specialist with feelings about ghosts.
 
Rituals. Religion. Sex. Murder. Hysteria. What happened in the 1980s that made the United States become a breeding ground for a Satanic moral panic? On this podcast, hosts Cameron and Hannah cover cases and topics that, when put together, created an interesting time in America. A time when daycare centers were accused of indoctrinating children into the occult and therapists were recovering violent and sexual memories from their naive patients. Tune in and discover the events that made up... ...
 
Melbourne, Victoria: In August 2002, when a male prostitute is accused of raping and mutilating a client, few doubt his guilt. It's a shocking attack, the victim's tongue is almost torn from her mouth. To complete the lurid picture, she says her attacker boasted that he was a 200 year old vampire. Yet Shane Chartres-Abbott says he was framed and sets out to prove he is the fall guy for a high-level sex ring operating in the city. He fears he will be silenced before he can tell his story but ...
 
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The gang sits down to talk about our feelings around the Chauvin verdict and everything else happening in the news. Also new season coming soooooon Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/bruh-issa-murder/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
Denville in the 1950s was an idyllic place to live, yet a dark chapter in the era's history has remained uncovered. During the summer of 1953, a wealthy traveler with a secret rap sheet as a convicted sex offender arrived in town to continue his misdeeds. A group of thirteen local boys ranging in age from fourteen to twenty-two took it upon themsel…
 
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... Murder In The Ozarks Episode 442 shows how a small town in Arkansas splits down the middle when the son of the local justice of the peace is accused of the brutal murder of a popular young lady. …
 
I got a girl, hung herself in the guest house." The call came on the morning of July 13, 2011, from the historic Spreckels Mansion, a lavish beachfront property in Coronado, California, owned by pharmaceutical tycoon and multimillionaire Jonah Shacknai. When authorities arrived, they found the naked body of Jonah's girlfriend, Rebecca Zahau, gagged…
 
And just how supple do you think Sleeping Beauty was after she slept for a hundred years? It does have something to do with gardening, we swear. We discuss the unique requirements to grow perennial vegetables: rhubarb, horseradish, artichoke, asparagus and leek. They come back year after year with minimum care. And not just for food: here’s a recip…
 
After 11 months in prison, Howard is granted a pardon. But Nina has more questions. How is Howard's story connected to the other threads she has pulled? We go back to 1975, and the Church Committee's suspiciously truncated investigation into the possible conspiracy to kill Dr. King. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoic…
 
Lanny and Donna Horwitz started dating when they were teenagers. They got married, then divorced, married again, and then divorced again. They reunited one last time - before one night would change their lives forever. Sponsors in this episode: Rothy's - Check out all the amazing shoes, bags and masks available right now at Rothys.com/COURT. Talksp…
 
Wondery’s new series, “In God We Lust,” looks at the origins of the Jerry Falwell Jr pool boy scandal. It’s a tale of a famous Evangelical couple who preached against the sins of the flesh while all along indulging in them. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEWS OF "IN GOD WE LUST" GO TO 29:20 A Swedish woman says she murdered her lover's wife after getting …
 
In "Strange Arrivals," host Toby Ball explores the folklore and culture surrounding UFO encounters by going deep into the source material and examining the key stories at the center. Season 2 explores the Rendlesham Forest Incident—one of the most famous UFO sightings in history, sometimes described as Britain's Roswell—and features interviews from…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss as Collier reads his father's letter from prison in which he romanticizes how he met and fell in love with Collier's mother. The letter concludes with his father blaming the "Mansfield Crooks" for destroying his life and for his incarceration, yet never admits his own role in the murder of Collier's mother, …
 
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... An End To The Graham-Tewksbury Feud Episode 439 looks into one of the great family and land feuds of the Old West, the classic squabble between the sheep herders and cattle ranchers. Oddly, the b…
 
Dubbed by The New York Times as one of the "most vexing and unexplained" mysteries in aviation history, the crash of Pan American World Airways Flight 7 in November 1957 resulted in 44 deaths and remains officially unsolved to this day. But Ken H. Fortenberry, an award-winning journalist whose father was the copilot and navigator aboard the ill-fat…
 
In this episode Serge Antonin and Clarke Ahlers discuss the recent phenomenon of body worn cameras and the impact the cameras had in the prosecution of Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd, the anticipated prosecution of Kim Potter for the shooting death of Daunte Wright, and the probability that the shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant by Police Offi…
 
The Puckerbutt Pepper Company. Now that we have your attention, meet the subject of this episode, the superstar of perennials: the Iris. Used in perfumes, Bombay Saphire gin, and immortalized by artists: you gotta grow an iris. Really, so easy. We tell you, in detail, everything you need to know to keep this flower, grown by the Greeks and Egyptian…
 
Howard goes underground and emerges as Gary Tredway. He gets married. There are dangerously close calls, but he gets away with it for decades -- until a reporter uncovers the truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesPineapple Street Studios
 
Vicki Prokopovitz disappeared from her home in April 2013, and has never been located. Investigators, however, believe she was murdered, and they believe they know who did it. But at the suspect’s trial, could they prove their theory? If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please consider reaching out for help: https://www.opencoun…
 
A journalist investigates a 1993 murder in California’s marijuana country. Did it actually happen...and was Bigfoot the killer? We’ll talk about the Hulu true crime series “Sasquatch.” FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "SASQUATCH" GO TO 21:00 He murdered nearly three dozen teens and buried most in the crawlspace beneath his house. In “John Wayne Gacy:…
 
Out of nowhere – well, not exactly out of nowhere – a guy already in prison for other murders in California confesses to being involved in the John Hartman beating – but does he have ulterior motives? Also, another crew of murderers affiliated with Chris Stone seem to skate under the radar. Apparently Fairbanks was teeming with murderers this night…
 
Todd Blevins...murder or Self-Defense? Collier and Brenda discuss the April 27th arrest of Rebecca E. Harris Blevins for the murder of her husband Todd Blevins in Lexington, Ohio, a suburb of Collier's hometown of Mansfield. As some pointed out on Social Media, the details of the case share similarities with the murder of Collier's own mother by hi…
 
Episode 440 gives True Crime Historian listeners a chance to discover your second-favorite historical true crime podcast with this showcase, to which we were invited to contribute a short story. Our own entry comes near the end, but it’s worth the wait. It’s a highly interesting tale about a Colorado sheriff who invents a device to let condemned pr…
 
The Trials of Louisa Collins ‘A Poison Crown' by Gina Schien First episode of DEADHOUSE Tales of Sydney Morgue A 51 minute major production of a drama about woman tried four times, condemned and executed in the man's world of late nineteenth century Sydney, Australia. Women finally got the vote ten years after Louisa died. Louisa Collins was born n…
 
Interest in the Menendez brothers’ case has exploded in the last few months. Over 770 million views on TikTok. The groundswell began in 2017 with the TV premieres of several documentaries and NBC’s eight-episode limited series Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders. Social media users were overwhelmingly sympathetic to the brothers during the…
 
Have a container? A small patch of land somewhere? Plant herbs! There is nothing like fresh herbs that you have grown for your health, happiness, and recipe success. Let us help you with tips for sowing, growing, and harvesting your herbs. Plus intriguing truths: What is the most popular spice? (Hint, it isn't Baby) How the Romans used the herb sav…
 
On May 25, 2020, Minneapolis police responded to a call of a possible counterfeit bill. By the time the officers left, 46-year-old George Floyd was dead. In this episode, I cover the Defense’s case against former officer Derek Chauvin, as well as the closing arguments and the verdict. To check out the trial in its entirety, visit Law & Crime’s YouT…
 
Howard and others are arrested by the FBI and put on trial by the feds. For reasons neither Nina’s father nor his clients understand, St. Louis is the only place in America where student protestors are facing federal charges -- and the verdict is too much for Howard to bear. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
On May 25, 2020, Minneapolis police responded to a call of a possible counterfeit bill. By the time the officers left, 46-year-old George Floyd was dead. In this episode, I cover the Prosecution's case against former officer Derek Chauvin. This was a lengthy trial with a lot of evidence and testimony, so I ended up dividing it up into two parts. Pa…
 
His follow SEALS said while in Mosul, Eddie Gallagher stabbed to death a wounded, teenage ISIS prisoner, then posed with his corpse. In "The Line" host Dan Taberski brings his unique voice to a controversial tale of how the lines between duty and dishonor are blurred in Iraq’s Forever War. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE LINE" GO TO 31:35 “The …
 
An eyewitness testifies that he saw the Fairbanks Four assault another person minutes before John Hartman was beaten to death, his credibility comes into question, as police conduct a questionable investigation. Whose back is being scratched here exactly?Matt Ralston
 
The year is 1917. Less than two decades into the new century and already the Great War is occurring in the muddy fields of France. Soon there will be the Spanish Influenza which will kill many more millions. An inauspicious start to a new millennium, to be sure. In one of Canada’s largest cities, Toronto, there has been a murder. A cab driver is fo…
 
Having been blocked years ago, and seeking to reach new lows, Collier shares a disturbing email he receives from his stalker after she contacted his father in prison via the Jpay email app for contacting incarcerated prisoners. In this episode, Collier shares the backstory of how he came to know this woman and then reads the email she has shared be…
 
Serge and Clarke discuss the tragic circumstance of a young, dedicated law enforcement officer killed after responding to a call for service involving an illegally parked car in the town of Charleston, West Virginia.Clarke
 
Wanna grow fruit on trees, vines, shrubs or in containers? We’ve got you covered. With information on planting, pruning, and fertilizing your fruit bearers. Even growing citrus in your house. Cutting back your raspberries and giving your strawberries a haircut - who knew? Edith has some complaints about a company that did her (and maybe you) wrong.…
 
A woman named Becki is lounging by the pool at the Fontainebleau Hotel when she decides to proposition a strapping pool attendant. Go on a date with her...and her husband. What begins as an unconventional proposition will soon throw them all into the international spotlight. And that’s because the couple is none other than Jerry Falwell Jr. and his…
 
In this episode, we return to St. Louis. Nina learns about the FBI's harassment of her father's clients, Percy Green and Jane Sauer, whose left-leaning groups were targets of COINTELPRO. Howard Mechanic and the student activists at Washington University are also on the FBI's radar, and there are informants among them. Learn more about your ad choic…
 
No one disputes who shot and killed Diane Smith McIver - her husband, Tex McIver. But was it a tragic accident, or was it murder? Sponsors in this episode: Madison Reed - Get 10% off plus free shipping on your first Color Kit when you go to Madison-Reed.com and use code COURT. NetSuite - Schedule your FREE Product Tour RIGHT NOW at NetSuite.com/COU…
 
In March 1990, two men dressed as Boston police officers entered the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, bound the guards, and made off with millions in fine art. Netflix’s “This Is A Robbery” takes an in-depth look at how the heist went down, the many colorful characters who could have pulled it off, and the likelihood these masterpieces will ever be…
 
Chris Stone seems to be given a free pass, as charges are brought quickly against the Fairbanks Four, they don't have much time left to figure out the truth. Snitches come out of the woodwork implicating George, Eugene, Kevin, and Marvin.Matt Ralston
 
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... Homer Bird’s Gold Fever Episode 438 takes place during the great Alaskan gold rush when a group of adventurous businessmen from New Orleans leave their families and risk all in a quest to gain ri…
 
Black and White and Thin Blue Lines’ co-hosts, Serge Antonin and Clarke Ahlers, discuss the intersection of Maryland law enforcement and race in a discussion about the recent complaint from African-American state troopers that they are under-represented on the Maryland State Police, singled out for discipline, and treated more harshly than white tr…
 
Collier shares with Brenda how his mother Noreen's cousin recently reached out after seeing his documentary "A Murder in Mansfield". When Collier seeks to find out more about his mother's childhood from her family, he is shutdown simply for being "his father's son". Collier remembers how he was shut down many years ago by both his mother AND father…
 
YESTERDAY’S NEWS -- Tales of classic scandals, scoundrels and scourges told through vintage newspaper accounts from the golden age of yellow journalism... The Scoundrel Frank Badgley Episode 347 is dedicated to the True Crime Historian patron Kim Parkhurst, who discovered several scoundrels, including the subject of this story, on the Indiana branc…
 
Don’t have a yard or community garden? No problem! Learn how to use containers. A porch, a stoop, a stair, a roof, or a hook somewhere for a hanging basket will be enough to grow something. Terra cotta pots, plastic pots, grow bags, shoe racks, etc - it all works. We tell you which veggies, herbs, and flowers flourish therein. Thriller, spiller, fi…
 
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