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Nowadays it seems like everyone is fascinated or intrigued by true crime cases, whether they want to admit it or not. Best friends, Arielle and Amanda, are no different. Join them as they discuss and analyze various true crime cases from murders and abductions to unsolved mysteries. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homicidehomegirls/support
 
Dans Homicide, nous allons à la rencontre de protagonistes d'affaires judiciaires peu connues, laissons le temps de la parole à ces témoins ou victimes, et racontons leurs histoires Homicide est un podcast de chronique judiciaire et faits divers, écrit et raconté par Nathalie Mazier, et co-réalisé et co-produit avec Martin Gamarra. Homicide est un podcast produit par Micro Stockholm. La musique originale de l'émission est composée par Max Besnard (https://twitter.com/maxbesnard?ref_src=twsrc ...
 
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Picture it, New Orleans April 1832; Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie, one of the city’s most prominent residents is living her best life. While hosting an early morning garden party without a care in the world suddenly, a fire at her home exposes her for the truly vile, reprehensible creature she really is. At that point, Madame LaLaurie quickly real…
 
In the early morning hours of November 4, 1989, Bryan Chase walked into the home of Kosta and Lisa Fotopoulos, entered their bedroom, made his way around the bed, and shot Lisa in the head. Instantly, Kosta grabbed a 9mm SIG and shot Bryan Chase dead. Next, he called 911 to report that a man had broken into his house and shot his wife, adding that …
 
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition... Well, maybe Inquisitor Torquemada did, or at least he enjoyed the show. Listen for the top 6 methods of torture used to gain confessions at the auto da fe in Spain and the New World. Don't forget to enter the drawing for a Kudzu Killers swag bag. Go to kudzukillerspodcast.blogspot.com for details and contac…
 
Halloween Week episode 2 deals with Elizabeth Bathory, well known Hungarian countess, and world's most prolific female killer, according to Guinness World Records. She loved to torture, maim, and toss her victims to the wolves. Don't forget to enter our Bag o' Swag giveaway. Go to our blog at Kudzukillerspodcast.blogspot.com for entry instructions …
 
Today is the first day of our Halloween giveaway for a Bag o' Swag. See entry details at kudzukillerspodcast.blogspot.com Vilma Trujillo Garcia lived in the tiny village of El Cortezal, raising her two little children amid family and friends. But when Vilma began to talk to herself and hallucinate, her family knew something was wrong. Enter the eva…
 
On June 6, 1996 in a small town in Texas, two small boys were brutally stabbed to death as they slept in their family room. The mother, Darlie Routier, whose throat had been slashed, called 911 in a frenzy for help. But when the police and EMS arrived, the crime scene didn't make sense. Twenty-three years later, it's unclear if anyone will ever kno…
 
Samuel Little has recently been named by the FBI as the most prolific serial killer in US history. He's confessed to 93 murders, and is in the process of assisting in identifying the victims. Included are excerpts of his confession tapes, as well as an interview of one of the survivors. Promo for What the Suck? podcast.…
 
George "Machine Gun" Kelly. Bootlegger, bank robber...henpecked husband? On this Forensic Friday we look at the case that landed George in Alcatraz for the last time. And the Oklahoma oilman who led the FBI to capture George. There were a lot of firsts for forensics in this case, as well as infamous trials. We also talk about Kathryn Kelly, the wom…
 
In August of 2005, the city of New Orleans was shaken to its core after enduring the catastrophe we all know as Hurricane Katrina. While many New Orleanians were piecing their lives back together, Zackery Bowen & Adriane Hall were dreading returning to normalcy. With PTSD, mental health, drugs, alcohol, and domestic violence being all the ingredien…
 
Around midnight on August 8, 2013, on the nearly deserted stretch of U.S. Highway 277 close to the town of Bronte, TX, a man by the name of Brandon Lawson disappeared without a trace. The events that led up to the final silencing of this twenty-six-year-old are a confusing, twisty tale of strange circumstances. Was Brandon Lawson murdered? Did he h…
 
He was a con man, a forger, and a kidnapper. Women who answered his employment ads and those who met him in BDSM chat rooms, would ultimately turn up missing even though their families continued to receive reassuring letters and emails they were fine. In the end, authorities attributed the murders of eight women to his name, but the real victim tal…
 
In the middle of the night, September 30, 2005, Levi King broke into the home of Brian Conrad, and murdered him, his pregnant wife, and 14-year-old stepson. Even the family dog. But he missed both shots at 10-year-old Robin, the sole survivor of his 2 day killing spree. Includes an excerpt of the 911 call placed by 10-year-old Robin.…
 
The year was 1856. Twenty-three years old, widowed, and in a new city, Kate Warne had the audacity to walk into Allan Pinkerton's office and ask for a job. No, not the secretarial position he'd advertised, but the one for a detective. A trailblazer in her time, and this is her story.저자 Kudzu Killers Podcast
 
In the late 1980s, New Castle County, Delaware’s residents came face-to-face with evil when someone began murdering women in their small county. Authorities quickly realized they were dealing with a serial killer. Local officers were aware they were ill-equipped to handle a massive hunt for a serial killer, so they created a task force and called i…
 
On May 26, 1990, a person disguised as a clown — complete with an orange wig, white face paint, red nose, and gloves — carried a bouquet of balloons and a basket of flowers to the front door of Marlene Warren. When Marlene opened the door, this clown, with a red smile painted across the face, said nothing as it handed the delivery to Marlene then l…
 
One little boy asked the judge to send him to Dozier School for Boys because he'd heard it was like summer camp. Little did he know the lies he'd been told. The Dozier School for Boys had a cemetery out back for the boys who didn't survive punishments meted out by the one-armed man. It wasn't a small cemetery.…
 
During the 1950’s, locked away in a toolbox at a Los Angeles bungalow was an odd and gruesome collection of mementos. Photographs. All the pictures were of women. Some were bound. Some were gagged. Some were dead. Keepsakes of a man. A man who preyed on models trying to make it in Hollywood. A man who possessed a rope fetish that would dominate his…
 
If you're a fan of CSI or NCIS, or any number of shows dealing with murder investigation, you've likely seen their version of an autopsy. Listen today to find out what they got right, what they got wrong, and what's involved behind the scenes of forensic, clinical, and pathological autopsies.저자 Kudzu Killers Podcast
 
Between the years of 1982 and 1989, in the quiet suburb of Richmond in Vancouver, British Columbia, Cindy James suffered from nearly a hundred incidents of various forms of harassment. From threatening phone calls and frightening collages of letters and pictures, to slashed pillows, burned homes, and bodily harm, Cindy James claimed that someone wa…
 
In November of 2017, Cheyann Klus left her home in a Chicago suburb to hang out with a friend. After partying all day and night, Cheyann sent desperate texts to a friend in the early morning hours. After her pleas went unanswered, Cheyann was never heard from again… until twelve days later, when her phone mysteriously called 911. Join Amanda and Ar…
 
Dr. Christopher Duntsch operated on 37 people between December 30, 2011 to June 26, 2013, and maimed, paralyzed or flat out murdered 33. This is a story of, as one doctor described him, a "crazed maniac," and how his conviction set precedent for surgeons and hospitals across the country.저자 Kudzu Killers Podcast
 
On December 30th 2012, Kyle Vaughan's car was found crashed and abandoned on the side of the A467. Kyle has not been seen since earlier that evening, and years later, everyone is left asking where is Kyle Vaughan? Crime Stoppers: 0800 555 111 Facebook Appeal: https://www.facebook.com/gwentpolice/photos/a.10151143857825452/10158806835565452/ Social …
 
On April 28th 1955, 14-year-old Stephanie Bryan is abducted on her way home from school in Berkeley, California. When her body is found months later near the family cabin of Burton Abbott, newspapers tried and convicted Burton as her killer before he was even charged with murder. This is the story of Burton Wilbur Abbot. Guilty until proven innocen…
 
It seems Todd Kohlhepp was born to be bad. From an early age, he terrorized children in nursery school, and that behavior progressed as he grew older. When a woman was found in a shipping container on his property, the jig was up. Now everyone would know the extent of Todd's crimes. Includes promo for Nopeville podcast.…
 
In 2018, 24-year-old Ralph Latrez Bell had so much going for him and so much to look forward to: a loving family, two little girls, a son on the way, as well as plans of furthering his education and eventually starting a business. Unfortunately, all of Ralph’s aspirations would come to a grinding halt when he disappeared from his Stillwater, Minnes…
 
Officially, Peter Britton Tobin raped and murdered three women between 1991 and 2006. Unofficially? Tobin might have murdered closer to 48 women, but we’ll probably never know the truth. Time is running out for this convicted Scottish serial killer. And DNA evidence from many unsolved crime scenes is no longer available for testing. Is knowing that…
 
Delphine LaLaurie, New Orleans socialite and thrice married matron, had a secret. Her attic was a torture chamber, and her victims were slaves. Join us to delve into the life, loves, and psychopathic lunacy of Madame LaLaurie, and take a look inside her murder mansion.저자 Kudzu Killers Podcast
 
On November 6, 2000, toxicologist Kristin Rossum called 911. Her husband, Greg de Villers was unresponsive, lying in a pool of rose petals—dead of an apparent suicide. But what began that night would soon unraveled into a twisted tale of drugs, murder and adultery. This is Kristin Rossum, the American Beauty. Join our Facebook Group: Kentucky Fried…
 
Paul John Knowles started his life of crime at 8 years old, with petty theft and burglary. His own daddy put him in reform school. But when he got in his late 20s, stealing was no longer enough. Settle back with you glass of sweet tea and let us tell you about one of the most prolific, and puzzling, serials killers in the Southern U.S. Included: Th…
 
Ringing in the New Year is usually all about closing out old chapters and beginning new ones on fresh, blank pages. The start of a new year begins your path of opportunity. Unfortunately, for Joshua Woodruff, his year would be cut short. On January 1, 2016, shortly after 3 AM, Joshua was struck by a vehicle in the French Quarter. With very little l…
 
Between February 22, 1968 and October 31, 1969, Patricia Docker, Jemima McDonald and Helen Puttock, three young women between the ages of 25 and 32, were raped and murdered by a man quoting the Bible after a night of dancing in Glasgow, Scotland. This scripture-quoting serial killer would become the target of the most extensive manhunt in Scottish …
 
When 17 year old William Heirens is arrested for burglary in 1946, little did he know he’d soon be a national pariah taking the wrap for not one, but three murders. Between the coerced confession, sensational press coverage, and missing files at the Chicago Police Department, no one really knows where the truth lies. This is the story of William He…
 
Channon Christian and Christopher Nelson were leaving a friend's apartment in Knoxville, Tennessee when they were carjacked and kidnapped by a gang of criminals. Their horrific torture and murders were the things of nightmares. This isn't a fun episode,...저자 Kudzu Killers Podcast
 
Happy 1st birthday to our little home-grown, self-produced, self-researched, and self-edited COMPLETELY independent podcast!! We are so excited that we've reached this milestone in our podcasting journey because honestly, we weren't sure we'd make it to one month, much less ONE WHOLE YEAR!!! So, we wanted to celebrate our past year of podcasting an…
 
Ángel Maturino Reséndiz considered himself an "immortal, avenging angel,” but law enforcement claimed he was a “walking, breathing form of evil.” For at least 16 people who Resendiz murdered across the United States, including the states of Texas, California, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Illinois, he was the Angel of Death. This is the story of Á…
 
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