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Often thought of as a quiet and boring corner of the country, New England holds secrets of crime and mystery that are just waiting to be brought to light. Hosts Katie King and Liz Corey dive into the hidden gems of six of the "safest" states in America, uncovering murder and mayhem at every turn. Join them as they dig up true crime tales that you've never heard of before. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/truecrimene/support
 
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Join Katie and Liz in Exeter, New Hampshire this week as they discuss the largest Hepatitis C outbreak in the history of the United States. Traveling medical technician David Kwiatkowski was assigned to several hospitals between 2003 and 2011, from Michigan to Arizona to New Hampshire. During these years, David would consistently steal syringes fil…
 
Join Katie and Liz in the Case Profiles Mini Series, where every other Sunday, they release a mini episode detailing crime stories surrounding people of color who just did not get enough media attention. In this week's installment, Katie tells the heartbreaking story of the murder of Khisean Desvarieux, a brand-new father who was gunned down in Rox…
 
Listen in as Katie and Liz take you back to 1957 Vermont, where a 47-year-old farmer goes missing on New Year's Eve. Orville Gibson, while a successful dairy farmer, was not very popular around town; when he supposedly gets into an altercation with his well-loved farmhand on Christmas Eve, people are even less fond of him. When he mysteriously disa…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, come to Maine with Katie and Liz as they share the senseless murder of 14-year-old Theresa Duran. An animal lover, athlete, and all around good friend, Theresa dreamed of being a veterinary assistant and enjoyed going to school. In July of 1984, Theresa didn't come home from a weekend at a girlfrien…
 
This week's installment of Case Profiles is one that is both personal and especially tragic. Liz tells the story of 14-year-old Tyriek Keyes, who was gunned down in Newhallville, Connecticut. Tyriek was a giving, big-hearted dreamer who loved to dance and hang out with his friends. Additionally, Katie tells the story of the murder of John Frazier, …
 
Join Katie and Liz on this week's episode of True Crime New England as they talk about one of the most infamous unsolved cases in Massachusetts history. In July of 1974, the discovery of the decomposing body of a nude woman in the Race Point Dunes of Provincetown caught the attention of not only the locals, but people all over the country. The woma…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz discuss a case from the 60s that encapsulates a very real and terrifying concept that is unfortunately prevalent to today: illegal, unsafe abortions. Native of Connecticut, Geraldine Santoro was a loving mother of two daughters who was in an abusive relationship with a man who was viol…
 
On the third installment of the mini episode series, Katie and Liz continue to share cases of people of color in New England who have been murdered, gone missing, or even had a mysterious death. This week, Katie tells of the uncertain death of Nannette Oleson, a Native American woman, and Liz talks about Tracy Monteiro, a man who was murdered in hi…
 
Join Katie and Liz in Woonsocket, Rhode Island as they discuss the horrid and brutal crimes of Jeffrey Mailhot. Between the years of 2003 and 2004, Jeffrey silently terrorized the town, murdering three sex workers and attempting to take the lives of even more. It wasn't until mid-July in 2004 when an anonymous tip came in, pointing police in the di…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz take a look at two murders from Portsmouth, New Hampshire that happened in the 80s, which have some seriously mysterious connections. In September of 1981, 23-year-old Laura Kempton was found dead in her apartment. A little over a year later, in October of 1982, 20-year-old Tammy Littl…
 
In the second installment of the mini-episodes here at True Crime New England, both the girls share heartbreaking stories about the death of young men. Liz tells the story of Juan Espinal, an 18-year-old boy from Lawrence, Massachusetts who was shot and killed in November of 2017. Katie then tells the story of Edelmiro Roman, who met a similar fate…
 
At the end of August in 2011, the entire east coast was battling the heavy rains and winds of Hurricane Irene. Before long, the storm made its way up to New England and continued its path of destruction. Roads were flooded, homes were destroyed, and entire towns were without power for days. For 17-year-old Marble Arvidson's family, the storm was th…
 
This week on True Crime New England, Katie and Liz talk about a horrifying scene discovered after a flood of phone calls came into the Oakland, Maine Police Department in November of 2015. Over ten frantic calls were placed, several of which included two women who were stuck inside the apartment of the rampage. After coming onto the scene, police d…
 
In an all new series of mini-episodes, Katie and Liz tell the short tales of murder and disappearances surrounding people of color in the New England states. For whatever reason, the POC community does not get nearly as much media attention as their white counterparts, and their cases have a higher rate of not being solved for this exact reason. In…
 
In late July of 2009, at a Worcester, Massachusetts apartment complex, tenants complained to their landlord of a foul smell. Upon checking out the cause of this odor, he discovered a horrifying scene. 23-year-old Darlene Hayes had been murdered- she was wrapped in bedding, shoved in a closet, and left to decompose in the heat for 4 days. Also, Darl…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz tell the mysterious and heartbreaking story of a little girl who simply vanished. In July of 1973, Janice Pockett was 7 years old and living with her family in Tolland, Connecticut. On this fateful day, she took her first ever solo bike ride with the intention of collecting a dead butt…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz discuss Providence, Rhode Island serial killer Raymond Lassor. While his crimes spanned only over the summer of 1984, the marks he left behind on families and the community were everlasting. In the short time of his brutal killing spree, Raymond killed 3 women. All 3 of these victims w…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz bring you to Rochester, New Hampshire in 1996, where the Dingman Family lived. Vance and Eve, both 40, are raising two boys- Robert, who is 17, and Jeffrey, who is 15. On the outside, Vance and Eve were loving, devoted parents who gave their sons a good life. To the boys, the strict ru…
 
It's True Crime New England's 1st anniversary! To celebrate, Katie and Liz dive into highlights and memories from the past year of podcasting. This includes statistics, listener favorites, and even a fun segment detailing the best of the absolute worst. Liz pays a special tribute to her late grandmother, which will make you cry, and Katie tells an …
 
Join Katie and Liz for True Crime New England's 50th episode as they discuss a very mysterious story in Vermont. Between the years of 1945 to 1950, five people went missing in the same vicinity that was eventually coined "The Bennington Triangle" due to the bizarre nature of the disappearances. Each of these strange stories involved people wearing …
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz tell the heartbreaking story of a murder that took place in Kennebunk, Maine. 18-year-old Mary Tanner, known as a free spirit, was entering her senior year of high school. She had just recently found out she was pregnant with her boyfriend of over a year, and was excited about the preg…
 
Take a trip to Boston, Massachusetts with Katie and Liz as they discuss the largest museum heist in history. In the early morning of March 18th, 1990, two security guards were working the overnight shift at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Suddenly, two police officers buzz in, claiming they are responding to a disturbance. Unfortunately, they …
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz discuss the brutal murder of a 24-year-old Yale student. Studying for her doctorate in pharmacology, Annie Le was a smart spitfire of a girl who was engaged to her equally as intelligent fiancé. On September 8th, 2009, Annie left her office to head to the research lab on Amistad Street…
 
On a warm morning in July of 1991, a frantic phone call comes into the Woonsocket, Rhode Island Police Department. The manager of a local Burger King has just arrived for a day of work when he stumbles on the dead bodies of two of his employees. 21-year-old Tammy Petrin and 24-year-old Jenner Villeda have been shot in the head, and nothing has been…
 
In this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz tell the story of an unsolved double-homicide from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. In the early morning of a cold February day in 1991, a two-alarm fire broke out in Mariner's Village. The fire had spread from the back of the home and even to a neighbor's house. Inside were two deceased bod…
 
Take a trip to East Middlebury, Vermont, where Katie and Liz discuss the mysterious discovery of three skeletons along an abandoned logging road in the year of 1935. Found by accident, investigators were horrified to learn that all three skeletons had clearly been murdered execution style- as there was a single bullet wound in each of their temples…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, take a trip up north to New Sweden, Maine and learn about the details of coffee hour gone wrong. After a normal morning service in the Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church church, the residents of New Sweden were enjoying baked goods and coffee when several people started to get violently ill. Very quickly…
 
The town of Danvers, Massachusetts was filled with shock and horror on October 22nd, 2013, when 24-year-old math teacher Colleen Ritzer was murdered by one of her students. 14-year-old Philip Chism, who had recently moved from Tennessee, followed Colleen into a bathroom after school, brutally raped her, and slashed her throat 16 times. Cameras plac…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz talk about one of the most vicious serial killers in Connecticut - William Devin Howell, a man who started getting into trouble in his young adulthood, racking up charges of all kinds and using drugs and alcohol to supplement his already subpar life. In 2003, he began a killing spree t…
 
Join Katie and Liz on this week's episode of True Crime New England as they tell of a tragic story that happened in Providence, Rhode Island. It was mid-March of 2010 when 23-year-old Greg Hart left his Dedham, Massachusetts home to hang out with his friends in Providence. Greg was celebrating his first job using his degree, which he received the y…
 
In this week's episode of True Crime New England, join Katie and Liz as they talk about one of the most violent crimes to ever take place in New Hampshire history. In the small, relatively safe town of Mont Vernon, a little girl's life is changed forever when a group of 4 teenage boys breaks into her home. 11-year-old Jaimie Cates is stabbed 18 tim…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz head to Montgomery, Vermont to discuss the very famous disappearance of 17-year-old Brianna Maitland. A seemingly normal Friday in March of 2004 turned into a nightmare for her friends and family when her pale green Oldsmobile was found backed into an abandoned building just a mile fro…
 
Join Katie and Liz in this week's episode of True Crime New England, as they travel to Auburn, Maine and discuss the horrific case of the murder of a 4-year-old girl. Angela Palmer's life came to a disturbing end when her mother's live-in boyfriend, John Lane, severely beat her and then proceeded to cook her in the oven. Lane claimed that Angela ha…
 
Take a trip with Katie and Liz on this week's episode as they discuss the deadliest plane crash in New England history. It was a foggy July morning in 1973 when Delta Airlines Flight 723 took off from Burlington, Vermont. A quick pitstop was made in Manchester, New Hampshire and the total number of people onboard became 83 passengers and 6 crew mem…
 
Leah Ulbrich was a young mom of two who had lived a short and troubled life. She had been in and out of rehab and found herself divorced, without custody of her children, and struggling with drug addiction all by the age of 24. On this early October morning in 1995, witnesses in Hartford, Connecticut see Leah in a car with an unidentified male when…
 
Join Katie and Liz this week on a troubling journey to Bristol, Rhode Island, where they discuss the case of the mysterious death of a freshman at Roger Williams University. 18-year-old Bryan Nisenfeld was a quiet, introverted guy who enjoyed poetry, reading, and listening to music. It was known to his family that he was struggling with being away …
 
The early morning hours of April 21st, 2019, proved to be life changing for the family and friends of 29-year-old Michael McClain. Out for the evening in Nashua, New Hampshire, Michael witnessed an altercation between a few acquaintances that occurred outside of the bar he was at. When the police showed up to break up the situation and the crowd di…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Liz and Katie talk about the horrendous crime that was committed by a 37-year-old, mentally ill man by the name of Mark Bechard. On the evening of January 27th, 1996 in Waterville, Maine, a service at the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament had just ended when Bechard broke into the convent in which ni…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz talk about the mysterious murder of a couple in Jay, Vermont. It was a Thursday in September of 1984 when a friend walked into the Hanel's chalet to find them both dead from 8 to 11 gunshot wounds each. Family, friends and even local law enforcement were confused as to who would do thi…
 
This week on True Crime New England, join Katie and Liz as they discuss an extremely disturbing unsolved case out of New Bedford, Massachusetts. Between the years of 1988 and 1989, nine women turned up dead along Interstate 195 and Route 240. These women were all strangled, and had lived similar lifestyles, including the fact that they were all sex…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz go over the details of the fascinating case of the exoneration of James Tillman. After the brutal attack of a 26-year-old woman in Hartford, Connecticut in January of 1984, eyewitness testimony and perhaps racial bias led to a false accusation. Despite denying any involvement in the as…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz talk about the extremely suspicious death of Lori Malloy- a 30-year-old mom living in Rhode Island, who was found naked in her apartment with no outward signs of injury. The scene was bizarre; she was surrounded by slices of bread, there was food and two empty glasses on the table, and…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Liz and Katie talk about the harrowing kidnapping and ultimate survival of 15-year-old Abigail Hernandez in Conway, New Hampshire. A normal walk home from school in 2013 turned into 9 long months of being held captive in a storage container. Between countless sexual assaults, horrific tortures like …
 
In the first episode of 2022, Liz and Katie take a trip to the Isles of Shoals- a cluster of nine islands off the coast of New Hampshire and Maine. Also known as the Smuttynose Axe Murders, this gruesome attack is an infamous piece of New England history. In 1873, Norwegian immigrants John and Maren Hontvet found themselves comfortable with their i…
 
In episode 25 of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz discuss the case of the murder of Jerri Ann Richard, a 4-month-old baby girl who was seemingly taken right from her crib in her family's apartment in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Her parents, Ralph and Donna Richard, claim to have nothing to do with her disappearance, and even make a televised plea…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz focus on something horrible that was brought to light in 2002 by the Boston Globe. It involves at least 100 priests in the greater Boston area alone who were continuously molesting and assaulting young boys. When the story broke, it was discovered that this wasn't just a Massachusetts …
 
This week's episode of True Crime New England involves a tragic double homicide out of Windsor, Connecticut in 1996. 54-year-old Champaben was being attacked by an unknown perpetrator, having her hands and face bound with duct tape, when her 32-year-old daughter Anita arrived. Sensing something was wrong, Anita quickly sent her 2 young children out…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Liz and Katie find themselves back in Vermont, discussing the last execution to take place in the state's history. A young, unemployed father, Donald Demag, is short on money and having trouble providing for his pregnant wife and his child- so what does he decide to do? Well, rob and murder an elder…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Liz and Katie talk about a very important case that is close to their hearts. The story of Tammy Belanger, an 8-year-old girl from Exeter, New Hampshire, starts and ends in a mystery. She was walking to school on a normal November morning in 1984, when suddenly she disappeared, never to be seen agai…
 
On this week's episode of True Crime New England, Katie and Liz talk about a hate crime that took place in Bangor, Maine. It was a warm night on August 4th, 1984 when 23-year-old Charlie Howard was walking home from a church event with his boyfriend, Roy Ogden. While crossing the Kenduskeag River Bridge, a car full of teenagers pulls up and begins …
 
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