A True Crime Podcast
Episode 169: The Murdaugh Family
Lowcountry, South Carolina
November 15, 2022
We will delve into the perplexing and ever complicated cases surrounding the Murdaugh family in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Embezzlement, fraud, murder, what is going on in and around this family? To listen, click Here.
Episode 168: "American Murderer"
Interview with writer & director Matthew Gentile
November 1, 2022
Jason Derek Brown lived a lavish life-style as a conman, but he wanted more. In 2004, he shot an armored car guard in the process of stealing $56,000. In October of 2022, the true crime thriller, “American Murderer,” hit movie theaters, which cover the case. Click Here, to listen.
Episode 167: Murder of Al Canty
Interview with Jan Canty
October 15, 2022
Al Canty was murdered in 1985 in Detroit, Michigan. Unbeknownst to his wife, he was living a double life, spending considerable time and money with a prostitute and her john. I will be talking with Al’s wife, Jan Canty, about the horrific experience associated with having her husband murdered and how she managed to emerge from this tragedy. To listen, click Here.
Episode 166: Disappearance of Heather Elvis
Love “Hate” Triangle
October 1, 2022
Twenty-year-old Heather Elvis had a relationship with an older man, Sidney Moorer, who turned out to be married. After his wife, Tammy, found out, Heather’s world fell apart. Then, on December 18th of 2013, Heather Elvis simply vanished. Did Tammy and Sidney Moorer have something to do with the disappearance of Heather Elvis, or were there just a lot of bad coincidences? Click Here to listen.
Episode 165: Murder of Benjamin Siegel
September 15, 2022
Benjamin Siegel was a brutal and feared member of organized crime in the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. He is also considered one of the forces behind the creation of modern-day Las Vegas. An unknown assailant murdered him in Los Angeles in 1947. His murder remains unsolved. To listen, click Here.
Episode 164: Sex Trafficking
Interview with Chris Armitage
September 1, 2022
U.S. Air Force Veteran and advocate for the reduction of human and sex trafficking, Christopher Armitage will be talking about the complex and troubling crime of sex trafficking. Click Here to listen.
Episode 163: Operation Northwoods
August 15, 2022
In the early 1960, the U.S. Government devised a plan to commit or stage acts of terrorism against the United States and blame them on Cuba. It was designed to garner support and justification for a war against Cuba. It was called Operation Northwoods. To listen, click Here.
Episode 162: Bill Coulthard
Interview with Anthony Smith
August 1, 2022
Las Vegas-based blogger Anthony Smith will be discussing the murder of former FBI agent Bill Coulthard. To listen, click Here.
Episode 161: Shrinerites
Interview with Author Tony Russo
July 15, 2022
Sherry Shriner ran an online cult. When two cult members died, concern as to what was going on inside their group increased significantly. I will be talking with veteran journalist and podcaster Tony Russo about the cult he named the 'Shrinerites.' Click Here to listen.
Episode 160: Patty Prewitt
Interview with Maggie Freleng
July 1, 2022
In 1984, Bill Prewitt was murdered in his bed by his own gun while his wife, Patty Prewitt, slept next to him. Patty was convicted of his murder and sentenced to life in prison. Now, Patty has a strong contingent of advocates supporting her claims of innocence. Was Patty wrongfully convicted or is she where she is supposed to be? Click Here to listen.
Episodes 158 & 159: Murder of Cassie Jo Stoddart, Parts 1 & 2
Real life 'Scream'
June 1 & 15, 2022
Episode 157: David Parker Ray
The 'Toy Box Killer'
May 16, 2022
David Parker Ray is known as the 'Toy Box Killer." His sick and demented torture of women is something normally reserved only for nightmares. Click Here to listen.
Episodes 155 & 156: Murder of Jackie Thomas, Parts 1 & 2
April 15 & May 1, 2022
Episode 154: Bathsheba Spooner
Interview with Author Andrew Noone
April 1, 2022
Historian and author, Andrew Noone, will discuss how Bathsheba Spooner conspired to kill her husband, with a teenaged Continental soldier and two British soldiers, during the 1700s. Click Here to listen.
Episode 153: Tucker Reed
Art imitating life
March 15, 2022
Tucker Reed shot and killed her uncle. She claimed it was self-defense. Her mother backed-up her story, but the police didn't believe either of them. Did she act to protect herself and her family or did she commit cold-blooded murder? Click Here to listen.
Episode 152: Johnny Stompanato
Murder or Self-defense?
March 1, 2022
On April 4th of 1958, Lana Turner's teenaged daughter allegedly stabbed to death reputed mobster Johnny Stompanato. What really happened inside this Beverly Hills mansion? Click Here to listen.
Episodes 149, 150, & 151: The King of Pop, Parts 1, 2, & 3
Behind the Scenes
January 15 & February 1 & 15, 2022
Michael Jackson was a superstar among superstars, but he also engaged in some rather bizarre behaviors. Later in his career, accusations came forth involving some of the most morally depraved acts one can engage in. Many disturbing aspects surrounded one of the most talented individuals of the 20th Century. To listen to part 1, click Here, click Here for part 2, and Here for part 3.
Episode 148: Killer Couple
Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka
January 1, 2022
Paul Bernardo and his wife, Karla Homolka, raped and murdered several women. They videotaped some of their horrific crimes. The press dubbed them the 'Ken and Barbie Killers.' Were both of them responsible for these heinous acts, or was one of them another victim? Click Here to listen.
Episode 147: Murder of Phil Hartman
Murder / Suicide
December 15, 2021
Saturday Night Live comedian Phil Hartman was murdered by his wife, Brynn. What darkness and turmoil in his personal life was he hiding? Click Here to listen.
Episodes 145 & 146: The Murder of Robert Wone, Parts 1 & 2
November 15 & December 1, 2021
There are so many questions surrounding the murder of Robert Wone. There were three men were inside the house when he was killed. Why aren't they talking and what exactly do they know? Click Here to listen to part 1 and Here to listen to part 2.
Episode 144: Death of Emilie Morris
November 1, 2021
Emilie Morris waited years to tell anyone about her alleged sexual assault by her high school cross-country coach, James Wilder. Her coming forward led to Wilder's arrest, but did it also lead to her death? Click Here to listen.
Episode 143: Polly Klaas
The Boogey Man
October 15, 2021
It's every parent's worst nightmare. A stranger comes into the sanctity of one's home and takes their child in the middle of the night. That's exactly what happened to Polly Klaas. Click Here to listen.
Episode 142: John McNamara & Richard Crafts
October 1, 2021
A man defrauds General Motors out of millions of dollars. Another man kills his wife. How did these two cases later get linked together? To listen, click Here.
Episode 141: The Massie Affair
Interview with author Mike Farris
September 15, 2021
Murder, allegations of rape, and many unknowns still to this day, surrounded Thalia Massie in the early 1930s in Hawaii. Click Here to listen.
Episode 140: John Hinckley
September 1, 2021
The attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan. I will delve into the sorted mind of John Warnock Hinckley and how close he came to changing the trajectory of this country. To listen, click Here.
Episode 139: Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy
In Plain Sight
August 15, 2021
John Wayne Gacy was one of the most prolific and talked about serial killers. We will analyze many of his disturbing acts and try to determine what motivated him to kill. Click Here to listen.
Episode 138: Murder of Pantyu Pantev
August 1, 2021
Pantyu Pantev was one of the heads of the Bulgarian Mafia. What caused someone to murder one of the most dangerous and ruthless men within this organized crime syndicate? Click Here to listen.
Episodes 136 & 137: The DeFeo Family Murders, Parts 1 & 2
Amityville, New York
July 1 & 15, 2021
Ronald Defeo murdered his entire family in their home in the middle of the night. A little over a year later another family moved into the home. They left their belongings and fled the home less than a month later claiming the house was possessed by evil spirits. These events were the basis for a 1970s book and later movie, called "The Amityville Horror." What actually happened in one of the most terrifying houses in America? To listen to part 1, click Here, and for part 2, click Here.