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True Crime All The Time Unsolved

True Crime All The Time Unsolved

Each week Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting unsolved true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details. We tell the stories of the victims, the facts surrounding the cases, and look at all possible suspects. We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.

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The Jamison Family

In October 2009, the Jamison family left home to look at a property for sale in a remote area of Red Oak, Oklahoma. They were never seen alive again. Their bodies weren't found until four years later, and the medical examiner could not determine a cause of death for any of them. Theories on what happened to the Jamisons range from murder-suicide, starvation, or drug-related activity to a murder committed by a cult. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance and deaths of 44-year-old Bobby, 40-year-old Sherrilyn, and 6-year-old Madyson Jamison. Their truck was found and what was inside, including Madyson's dog, has perplexed investigators and fueled speculation for years. Madyson loved her dog and would have never left it behind. It looked to investigators as though the Jamisons were forced out of their truck in a hurry. But who was behind it and exactly what happened remains a mystery. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-05-16
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Thomas Wales

When Thomas Wales was murdered in his Seattle home in 2001, the FBI almost immediately thought that it was a professional hit. Wales was an Assistant United States Attorney who had prosecuted many white-collar criminals. The authorities had to figure out whether it was someone Thomas had prosecuted who pulled off or ordered the hit. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Thomas Wales. The authorities pretty quickly focused in on a pilot who Tom Wales had indicted the year before his murder. And even though over 20 years have passed since the murder, the authorities don't seem to have moved on from their prime suspect. What has come out are rumors of a drug cartel being involved and that the authorities know the identity of the shooter. But to date, they have not held anyone accountable to for the murder of Thomas Wales. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-05-09
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Daniel Morgan

In March of 1987, in the darkened car lot south of a London pub, Daniel Morgan's body was found lying on the ground near his car. He'd been brutally murdered, with an ax sticking out of his face. The gruesome nature of the crime shocked and appalled the public. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Daniel Morgan. Daniel owned a private investigation firm and his partner Jonathan Rees became a suspect in his murder. Some individuals who did work for the firm also came under suspicion, including one person connected to the police. Many rumors have circulated over the years as to the reason why Daniel was murdered. And, although several people have been arrested numerous times, to date no one has faced justice for Daniel's murder. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-05-02
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The Sodder Children

On December 24th,1945, a fire destroyed the Sodder family's home in Fayetteville, West Virginia. George Sodder, Jennie Sodder, and four of their children made it out in time. George and Jennie were devastated to lose five of their children in the fire, but that devastation turned into shock and confusion when they could not find the remains in the wreckage. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of the Sodder children. This case has baffled people for many years. There were reported sightings of the children after the fire, but the official version is that they died at the home. Controversy swirls around whether or not the fire would have been hot enough to completely cremate their bodies. Over 70 years later, mysteries remain on exactly what happened to the Sodder children. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-04-25
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The Route 29 Stalker

From 1996 to 2014, nine young women in their late teens to mid-20s disappeared from or were murdered along the US federal highway Route 29 corridor. Their names are Alicia Reynolds, Julianne Williams, Laura Winans, Anne McDaniel, Morgan Harrington, Samantha Clarke, Sage Smith, Alexis Murphy, and Hannah Graham. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss The Route 29 Stalker. Some of these murders have been solved and two different individuals were tried and convicted. But, a large number of these women have yet to have their perpetrators identified. Is it the work of one serial killer, multiple killers, or, could the two individuals who have been found guilty be responsible for more murders? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-04-18
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JoAnn Romain

JoAnn Romain went missing on January 12th, 2010, after attending an evening prayer service at her church. Her body was found floating in the Detroit River on March 20th, 2010. The police declared JoAnn's death a suicide. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious details of the death of JoAnn Romain. In the weeks leading up to her death, JoAnn believed she was in danger. Her family insists that their happy and loving mother didn't commit suicide. They believe she was murdered. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-04-11
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Johnny Gosch

On the Labor Day weekend of 1982, 12-year-old Johnny Gosch disappeared from West Des Moines, Iowa. He was last seen collecting newspapers for his paper route from a paper drop in the early morning. But Johnny never finished the route or made it back home. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious disappearance of Johnny Gosch. This is a case that has fascinated amateur sleuths for years as much as it has baffled the investigators who have worked the case. Many believe, including Johnny's mother, that he was abducted and sold into a child sex trafficking ring. There are many different theories about what may have happened to Johnny Gosch. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-04-04
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Georgette Bauerdorf

In the fall of 1944, Georgette Bauerdorf's body was discovered in her apartment in West Hollywood, California. The 20-year-old socialite was a volunteer hostess at one of Los Angeles's most iconic wartime entertainment venues, the Hollywood Canteen. But Georgette's young life was cut short when she was brutally raped, beaten, and asphyxiated. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Georgette Bauerdorf. There were many persons of interest that the police had to investigate. Georgette encountered many servicemen in her capacity as a hostess at the Hollywood Canteen. Some of these men were known to have been very enamored with Georgette. But, who actually murdered this trusting and generous young woman, and why? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-03-28
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The Tynong North and Frankston Murders

In 1980 six women vanished in Tynong North and Frankston, Victoria, Australia. Their bodies were found weeks, months, and in one case, years later. Their killer has never been identified. Despite multiple suspects, a six million dollar reward, and the pleas of family members over the decades, no one has confessed, and no one has come forward with any information. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss this heartbreaking but intriguing unsolved case. We'll dive into the details of the six murder victims and a number of possible suspects, including one that most people believe to be the most likely culprit. The Tynong North and Frankston murders remain one of Australia's most infamous unsolved cases. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information
2022-03-21
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Sofia Juarez

In early 2003, 4-year-old Sofia Juarez disappeared from Kennewick in southeast Washington state, where she lived with her large extended family. Sofia was last seen by her mother just before she left the house one evening to go to the store with her grandmother's boyfriend. But Sofia never made it to the store or came back home. The first her family knew of her disappearance was when her grandmother's boyfriend arrived home without Sofia. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Sofia Juarez. Sofia's mother Maria believed that her daughter was heading out with her mother's boyfriend. The police began the investigation into Sofia's disappearance very quickly. They had to rule out a large number of family members. They also looked at a number of sex offenders who lived in the surrounding area. There have been some tips of eyewitness statements that have come out over the years but Sofia's case remains unsolved. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-03-14
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LaQuanta Riley

On December 7th, 2003, 19-year-old LaQuanta Riley went out driving with an unknown male in Alabama and was never seen again. LaQuanta disappeared without a trace. Eighteen years later, there are very few leads and almost no evidence pointing to what happened to her. Join Mike and Gibby as they talk about the disappearance of LaQuanta Riley. She had everything going her way and a lot to look forward to, including a full college scholarship. The police eventually called this a missing person's case. Still, the mysterious circumstances surrounding LaQuanta's disappearance and a strange voicemail indicate that someone may have harmed her on the night she disappeared. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-03-07
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Revelle Balmain

In late 1994, Revelle Balmain disappeared from the suburb of Kingsford in Sydney, Australia. The talented dancer, model, and part-time escort was due to meet up with a friend for a drink after seeing a client. But Revelle never made it. When her belongings were found scattered about residential streets in Kingsford a couple of days after she went missing, concerns for her welfare grew. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Revelle Balmain. Many people have criticized the authorities for not doing enough in the early days of her disappearance to interview people and collect evidence. In the years that followed Revelle's disappearance, the police came out and said they believe that she was murdered. But, even though there have been some revelations over the years, no one has been held responsible for her death. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information Get Surfshark VPN at https://surfshark.deals/TCATT - Enter promo code TCATT for 83% off and 3 extra months free! An Emash Digital production
2022-02-28
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The mysterious death of Debbie Wolfe

In 1985, 28-year-old nurse Debbie Wolfe was found dead in a pond outside of her home. The authorities ruled her death an accidental drowning. But, Debbie's family has stated over the years that the facts just don't line up with that ruling. Their version of events differs greatly from what the police have stated. The authorities didn't start searching for Debbie until 5 days after she disappeared which further complicated matters. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious death of Debbie Wolfe. The circumstances of this case seem far from straightforward and a lot of questions remain unanswered. Debbie's family maintains that she was found in a barrel at the bottom of the pond and that she was found wearing clothes that were not her own. A mysterious voice message was left on Debbie's phone which is just one of many things that have led to a lot of speculation about this case. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-02-21
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The Sumter County Does

In the summer of 1976, the bodies of a young man and woman were found off the side of a secluded dirt road outside the town of Lynchburg in Sumter County, South Carolina. The victims had both been shot several times. Police were unable to identify the victims and they became known as the Sumter County Does. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysteries surrounding the case of the Sumter County Does. 44 years after the couple was found, DNA testing finally confirmed that they were 29-year-old James Paul Freund and 24-year-old Pamela Mae Buckley. That mystery has been solved but the mystery of who killed them and why remains. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information Get Surfshark VPN at https://surfshark.deals/TCATT - Enter promo code TCATT for 83% off and 3 extra months free! An Emash Digital production
2022-02-14
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Kyron Horman

In June 2010, 7-year-old Kyron Horman disappeared from Portland, Oregon. Kyron was last seen by his stepmother after she walked him inside the school to drop off a project for the school science fair. But Kyron never made it to his first class. The first his family knew of his disappearance was when he failed to arrive home on the school bus. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Kyron Horman. This is a case that has drawn a lot of interest and much speculation over the years. The majority of the speculation has centered around Kyron's stepmother Terri. She was the last person to have seen Kyron and many things have come out over the years that have been damaging to her reputation. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-02-07
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Ireland's Vanishing Triangle

From 1993 to 1998, at least eight women disappeared within an 80-mile radius of Dublin. Police were stumped at the complete lack of evidence suggesting where the women could be or who could be involved. Irish police undertook searches and made widespread public appeals for information in most cases. Law enforcement treated each case individually, but in the eyes of the public, there seemed to be a possible connection. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the baffling mystery of Ireland's vanishing triangle. Over the years, several persons of interest were identified. These ranged from the victim's partners to suggesting that a serial offender could be responsible. In one case, charges were filed twice but then dropped. No one else has been charged to date due to the absence of any strong evidence directly linking anyone to the disappearances. With no bodies recovered, frustrating questions remain for the victims' families. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-01-31
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Candace Hiltz

In 2006, 17-year-old Candace Hiltz was found murdered in the family home by her mother. Candace's brother James became the prime suspect. James had an extreme anxiety disorder that left him unable to even live in the family home. He lived in a building by himself behind the house. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious murder of Candace Hiltz. There were a couple of disturbing incidents that preceded Candace's murder. One involved a Freemont County deputy named Robert Dodd where Candace accused Dodd of taking payments from drug dealers. Over the years, many have theorized that Dodd was somehow involved in the murder. This was only strengthened when a storage shed rented by Dodd was uncovered that held evidence from not only Candace's case but many others as well. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-01-24
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Bryce Laspisa

The 2013 disappearance of a 19-year-old college sophomore, Bryce Laspisa, has sparked debate and controversy since it happened and there are a lot of opinions online about this case. Bryce's car was found at the bottom of a California ravine and police believe he deliberately drove it over the cliff. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious disappearance of Bryce Laspisa. Bryce apparently walked away from the crash and has never been seen again. His best friend and girlfriend have said that Bryce began drinking heavily and abusing prescription drugs just before his disappearance. Did he intentionally end his own life or did he try to escape something by living off the grid? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-01-17
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Jane Britton

In 1969, 23-year-old Jane Britton was a graduate student at Harvard University specializing in Archaeology. Jane was extremely bright and goal-oriented and she came from a very academic family. But, Jane was found raped and murdered in her apartment after returning to school after Christmas break. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious murder of Jane Britton. Jane had no known enemies and police were unable to find her killer. Police had some good evidence from the crime scene but DNA technology was many years away from coming into existence. It took almost 50 years for the authorities to match semen found to a man named Michael Sumpter. Unfortunately, Sumpter died 17 years before the match was made. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-01-10
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Crystal Rogers

In 2015, 35-year-old Crystal Rogers, a mother of five, disappeared from Bardstown, Kentucky. At the time, Crystal lived with her boyfriend Brooks Houck, who was the last person to see her. When Crystal's car was found a few days after her disappearance with her belongings inside, things became even more ominous. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Crystal Rogers. Crystal's boyfriend Brooks Houck has been squarely on police radar. Several members of his family have also been investigated over the years. And, this is a case that has had a number of very recent developments and it seems as though police may be getting closer to charging someone in Crystal's case. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2022-01-03
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The Edgecombe County Serial Killer

From 2003 to 2009, 10 women and one man disappeared from the Edgecombe County area of North Carolina. Many of the victims had been stabbed, beaten, or strangled before a large number were dumped along a stretch of the Seven Bridges road. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss The Edgecombe County Serial Killer, also known as the Seven Bridges killer. One man, Antwan Pittman, was arrested, charged, and convicted for the murder of Taraha Nicholson. But, prosecutors have not yet been able to put together enough evidence to charge him with any of the other murders. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital prodcution
2021-12-27
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Jill Dando

In 1999, a neighbor of Jill Dando called first responders after Jill was found slumped outside the front door of her home in southwest London. The popular, charismatic, and famous TV journalist had been shot in the head at point-blank range. At the time of her death, she was a highly respected broadcaster for the BBC, known to millions of viewers around Britain. The brazen murder of someone so high profile in broad daylight outside their own front door shocked and appalled the nation. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Jill Dando. In 2001, two years after Jill's murder, investigators were relieved to announce the case was all wrapped up. They'd charged a man who was later convicted at trial and sentenced to life imprisonment. But six years later, the alleged perpetrator's conviction was overturned on appeal. The second trial in 2008 resulted in the man being acquitted. There were in the beginning and continue to be to this day a number of theories about who murdered Jill Dando. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-12-20
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The Crawford Family Murders

In 1970, the bodies of Therese Crawford and her children Katherine, James, and Karen were discovered hidden in the family car at the bottom of a gorge off the southwestern coast of the Australian state of Victoria. Police couldn't locate husband and father, Elmer Crawford, and he quickly became their prime suspect. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the brutal murders of the Crawford family. Elmer Crawford as never been found, but clues inside the house pointed to the fact that the murders occurred in the home. Police theorized that Elmer killed his entire family and then loaded them into the car and caused it to plunge into the gorge. A coroner's inquest later determined that he was responsible for the deaths of his family members. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-12-13
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Jeannette DePalma

In 1972, in New Jersey, 16-year-old high school student Jeannette DePalma was found dead. Officials couldn't be sure but it was theorized that she was strangled to death. Local rumors quickly surfaced that Jeannette was murdered by Satanists and was a human sacrifice as pat of a devil-worshipping ceremony. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious death of Jeannette DePalma. In the 1970s, and into the 1980s, Satanic panic was a huge topic in the mainstream media. But, as is true in this case, the evidence didn't always support the panic. Jeannette's case file along with some key crime scene evidence went missing. There have been allegations of a police cover-up. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-12-06
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The Villisca Ax Murders

In 1912, in Villisca, Iowa, eight people were murdered with an ax inside the Moore family home. Six members of the Moore household and two sisters from the Stillinger family, who were staying overnight, were killed. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the infamous unsolved case known as the Villisca Ax Murders. There have been a number of suspects who have been looked at over the years. This is a case that continues to fascinate true crime sleuths in the online community. But, the question remains over a hundred years later, who committed the Villisca ax murders? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-11-29
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The Annecy Shootings

On a late summer afternoon in 2012, three members of the al-Hilli family from Britain, and a French bicyclist named Silvain Mollier, were brutally executed along a popular tourist road in the picturesque Combe-D'Ire Forest near Lake Annecy in France. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss this mysterious shooting. Four people lost their lives that day, while two of the Al-Hilli children survived. But, the girls were very young and unable to give the police any information to go on. Investigators from both Britain and France worked to try to unravel the mystery. Did Sylvain Mollier have any connection to the al-Hilli family? If not, who was the real target of the shootings? Or, was this a killer who selected his victims randomly? You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-11-22
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The Dayton Strangler

A serial killer targeting young girls and women was at work in the Dayton, Ohio, area in the early 1900s. He was known as the Dayton Strangler. Capitalizing on the interest in the Jack The Ripper case, some newspapers also referred to this killer as Jack The Strangler. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the case of The Dayton Strangler. This case is about five sexually motivated murders and one man that got in the way of the strangler. Not everyone was convinced that the same killer was responsible for all the slayings. Many people were arrested and released for the murders over the years. But, many people believe a man named Smith Hick White, a janitor in downtown Dayton, was responsible for the murders. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-11-15
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Maria James

In 1980, Maria James was found murdered in her Melbourne, Australia residence. 38-year-old Maria owned a bookshop in Thornbury, and her home was in the back of the shop. Maria was on the phone with her ex-husband when, suddenly, the call went silent. Her ex rushed over to find her dead. Join Mike and Gibby as they travel to Australia to discuss the mysterious murder of Maria James. The police investigation into Maria's murder has been heavily scrutinized over the years. Persons of interest were cleared with what turned out to be evidence from a completely different case. It also came out later that one of Maria's sons told her that he was molested by two priests at the church across from their home. There were witnesses who saw someone running from the scene, a number of persons of interest over the years, so why has this case never been solved? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-11-08
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Brian Shaffer

On April 1, 2006, 27-year-old pre-med student Brian Shaffer disappeared after a night out with friends around the Columbus campus of the Ohio State University. CCTV footage shows Brian that night at a bar that only had one exit. But, police say that have accounted for everyone in the bar that night except for Brian. So, what happened to Brian Shaffer, and who was involved? Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Brian Shaffer that occurred in their home state of Ohio. While the case quickly went cold for police, it ignited the interest of online web sleuth communities who believe the case is solvable. And even though Brian's case has received a great deal of media coverage over the years, it remains unsolved to this day. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com An Emash Digital production
2021-11-01
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The Shaw Creek Killer

In 1987, two hunters stumbled across the body of a young woman in the woods outside of Augusta, Georgia. Following that discovery, three more bodies were eventually discovered, indicating to investigators that they had a serial killer on their hands. More than 30 years later, two of the women remain unidentified, and the killer remains at large. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the serial killer that has been called The Shaw Creek Killer. The killer used an area near Shaw Creek to dispose of the bodies of his victims. He removed their clothing and personal items in an effort to hide their identity. A number of suspects have been on police radar over the years but no one has yet been brought to justice. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-10-25
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Kevin Brame

Kevin Brame was a police officer with the Dayton, Oh police department. He was estranged from his wife Carla and worked hard to have a good relationship with his two children. But, on November 1st, 1999, Kevin was ambushed at Carla's house and shot in the neck at close range with a shotgun. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the cold-blooded murder of Kevin Brame. Many people around the Dayton area still remember Kevin's murder almost 22 years later. The police looked at his wife Carla. They had an adversarial custody arrangement, but on the day of his murder, she called to say his boys wanted to see them. Kevin had also told people that in the weeks before his murder he felt as though someone was following him. Who was really behind the murder of Kevin Brame? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-10-18
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Dr No

A man, believed to be a long-haul truck driver, was killing women along the I-71 interstate corridor, leaving their bodies in his wake as he drove across the Midwest and East coast from 1981 to 2004. Almost all of his victims were sex workers lured from truck stops. Adopting the CB handle Dr, No, he left at least nine victims horribly murdered, in multiple states. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious Dr. No. This man operated for many years and during that time there were a number of suspects. It wasn't until 2019 that a man named Samuel Legg was arrested for these murders. But, Legg has not yet seen the inside of a courtroom because he is currently deemed to be incompetent to stand trial. Is Samuel Legg the serial killer known as Dr. No? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-10-11
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Lars Mittank

Lars Mittank was a young German engineer on holiday in Bulgaria with his friends when he went missing from the Varna Airport. His case became well known when CCTV footage of Lars sprinting in terror from the airport was shared on social media. The sensational nature of the video overshadows many details of his case, but Lars remains missing, and his family is seeking answers to his fate and current whereabouts. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious disappearance of Lars Mittank. A number of people who interacted with him prior to his disappearance reported that he was acting strangely. The video of Lars appears to show a man who is scared for his life and running away from someone or something. The details of the time leading up to his disappearance are bizarre. But, the question remains, what happened to Lars Mittank. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-10-04
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Michelle Wedge

In 1975, Michelle Wedge was just seven years old when she went missing from the town of Moncton in New Brunswick, Canada. She was playing outside when her family noticed that she was gone. Witnesses came forward and said that she got into a small dark green car. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Michelle Wedge. Despite the statements that were made by a number of witnesses, the police have refused to classify Michelle's case as an abduction. Several other children disappeared in and around the area that may or may not be connected to Michelle's case. Michelle Wedge's case is one that has stuck with many people around the area of Moncton for over 40 years. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-09-27
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The Watcher of Westfield

The house at 657 Boulevard in Westfield, New Jersey has had a strange history in its over 100 years of existence. It has sold over the years a number of times for the price of just a dollar. In 2014, the Broaddus family bought the house for 1.3 million dollars. After they bought the house, the Broaddus family discovered that they had a watcher. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the strange twists and turns surrounding this case of The Watcher of Westfield. Derek and Maria Broaddus, along with their three children, thought they had purchased their dream home. But, it turned into a nightmare when they began receiving ominous letters from someone who called themselves "The Watcher." You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-09-20
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Shannon Paulk

11-year-old Shannon Paulk disappeared on August 16, 2001 from the Prattville, Al trailer park where she lived. Everyone in the park knew Shannon as a little girl brimming with personality. Her family said that she had never met stranger and she often helped her elderly neighbors with chores. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance and murder of Shannon Paulk. Her disappearance shocked the community but the discovery of her body seven weeks later rocked it to its core. The investigation into Shannon's case was hampered by the events of 9/11 and the federal resources that were devoted to that tragedy. The authorities have DNA and a composite sketch of an individual but later found out that the details of the sketch were fabricated. The kidnapping and murder of Shannon Paulk remain unsolved but someone out there knows the truth behind the monster responsible.  You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-09-06
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Barbara Barnes

Barbara Barnes was just 13 when she disappeared on the morning of December 7th, 1995, as she was walking to school in Steubenville, Ohio. Her body was found in a shallow grave by the side of a creek two months later. Despite intensive efforts by law enforcement, no one was ever charged with her murder, and her case remains unsolved and cold after 25 years.  Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the case of the murder of Barbara Barnes. Police initially looked hard at a member of Barbara's family because her body was found 40 miles outside of town but just about a mile from a parcel of land owned by this family member. There have been many that have tied an ex-con named Richard Kolling to Barbara's murder. Kolling was in the area at the time and knew many members of Barbara's family. He also lived close to her apartment. There have been allegations that he sexually assaulted Barbara's younger sister and silenced Barbara when she found out. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-08-23
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The Chicago Strangler

The Chicago Strangler is a name given to one or more individuals who are believed to have murdered at least 51 women in the Chicago area between 2001 and 2018. It's impossible to know how many people are involved but many people question why, with all of the advancements in technology, these cases are still unsolved. There are some that say it's apathy on the part of the Chicago police department and that they have failed to fully investigate the crimes. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the perpetrator (or perpetrators) known as the Chicago Strangler. This is a tough case because the police have not given out much information. They are not convinced that these homicides are connected although the M.O. in many of these homicides is very similar. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-08-16
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Mr Cruel

In the late 1980s and early '90s, a child abductor and rapist began snatching children right out of their homes, often while their parents or other family members were present. Residents of Melbourne, Australia, were terrified that their child might be the next one targeted. Dubbed Mr. Cruel by the press, the offender was calm and organized. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Australia's boogeyman Mr. Cruel. People in the area were terrified by this man and the carnage he left behind was devastating. The perpetrator appeared to have a high degree of knowledge of forensic techniques, leaving behind no clues or evidence that led to his identity. He remains unidentified to this day. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-08-09
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The Crater Lake Murders

In 1952, two General Motors executives, Albert Jones, and Charles Culhane traveled to Crater Lake National Park near Klamath Falls, Oregon for a work/leisure weekend. Their wives were waiting for them at a cabin but the two businessmen never showed up. They were later found murdered in the park. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss this case that has mystified people for almost 70 years. A number of potential suspects have surfaced of that time but no one has ever been convicted of the murders. Theories as to who was behind the murders range from the mafia to a local gang who robbed and killed tourists. But, after all these years the question remains, who killed Albert and Charles? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-08-02
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Bronwynne Richardson

In October 1973, 17-year-old Bronwynne Richardson was abducted and murdered in New South Wales, Australia. Over the years, the authorities have arrested and charged a number of individuals with Bronwynne's murder only to see their cases fall apart.  Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious murder of Bronwynne Richardson that continues to devastate her family to this day. A witness said they saw Bronwynne being forced into a car with four men. An unidentified caller later told police who was responsible. There has been and continues to be, a lot of speculation about who was involved in Bronwynne's murder. But, to this day, not a single person has been held accountable for the crime. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production
2021-07-26
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Regina Bos

On October 16th, 2000, 40-year-old Regina Bos went to Duggans pub in Lincoln, Nebraska to play some music. She left early the next morning at 1:00 am and was never seen again. Her prized guitar was found inside the open trunk of her which was parked across the street from the pub. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious disappearance of Regina Bos. Regina had three children, a boyfriend, and two ex-husbands. Her boyfriend and exes were looked at by police but there have not been any arrests. They had very little to go on and patrons leaving the bar said they didn't hear or see anything unusual. What happened to Regina Bos? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-07-19
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Tina McMenamin

In 1995, 18-year-old Tina McMenamin was a college student at the University of Nebraska. She was living in an apartment with her childhood friend, going to school, and working at Godfather's pizza. On Tuesday, July 25th of that year, Tina failed to show up for her shift at work and was later found dead inside her apartment by her roommate. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Tina McMenamin. The investigators determined that the window for Tina's killer to strike was a very small one. But, they could not piece together a motive or zero in on the perpetrator. Based on DNA results in 1996, which could only limit the pool of suspects down a small degree, the police arrested a man named Gregory Gabel. Gabel had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and did have a history of being inappropriate with women. But, was he Tina's killer? Or did the police develop tunnel vision when it came to Gregory Gabel even when many signs pointed away from him? You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information     An Emash Digital production
2021-07-12
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Margaret and Seana Tapp

In 1984, 35-year-old Margaret Tapp, a single mother, and her 9-year-old daughter, Seana Tapp, were found dead in their home on 13 Kelvin Drive, in Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia. This case horrified residents as fears of a pedophilic attacker circulated throughout the neighborhood. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murders of Margaret and Seana Tapp. Margaret Tapp was highly sociable and was well acquainted with many people. This meant that there were many potential suspects, which made it difficult for investigators to find the culprit. Despite the severity of the crime, the case remains unsolved for over three decades. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-07-05
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The Denver Hammer Murders

In 1984, the Denver, Colorado area experienced a number of sexual assaults and brutal murders that were carried out by a hammer-wielding perpetrator. He became known as the Denver hammer murderer or the Aurora hammer murderer. Regardless of the name used, there was no doubt this was a vicious predator. But, the police had no luck in catching him. It wasn't until 2018 that the Denver police got a DNA hit in Codis that their DNA evidence belonged to a man named Alex Christopher Ewing. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss this brutal series of crimes in the Denver area. Alex Ewing was taken just a few years ago after Nevada passed legislation requiring prisoners convicted of certain offenses to submit DNA. That's how Denver police got their match. They eventually were able to extradite Ewing back to Colorado and charge him with a slew of crimes. The evidence looks compelling but he has not yet had his day in court. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information. If you're going to CrimeCon next year in Las Vegas, make sure you use our code TCATT when buying your tickets and you'll save a little money!   An Emash Digital production
2021-06-28
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The Atlantic City 4

In 2006, four women were found dead behind a seedy motel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. All four shared many similarities and had been killed within two months of one another. The authorities feared they had a serial killer on their hands, a person that many have dubbed The Eastbound Strangler. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the lives and murders of Kimberly Raffo, Tracy Roberts, Molly Diltz, and Barbara Breider, collectively known as The Atlantic City Four. Were they all murdered by one person known as The Eastbound Strangler? If so, who is this individual, and what happened to him? Many believe that the serial killer moved on to new hunting grounds because the heat was on. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production
2021-06-21
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Jim McDonnell

In 1971, 50-year-old Jim McDonnell had a series of accidents that resulted in multiple head injuries. In March of that year, he ran an errand for his wife and disappeared. Jim's wife Anne had to wait 15 years to find out what happened to her husband.  Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious disappearance and reappearance of Jim McDonnell. Jim lived in Philadelphia for 15 years until one day his memory returned. When he showed back up 15 years later, many people didn't believe his story that he had suffered from amnesia all that time.  You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production
2021-06-14
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Virginia Piper

Harry and Virginia Piper had it all, a loving marriage, plenty of money, and 3 great children. Harry was a wealthy financier. Ginny, as she was known to friends, was heavily into philanthropic endeavors. Their lives were shattered on July 27, 1972, when two armed men kidnapped Ginny from their Minnesota mansion. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the kidnapping of Virginia Piper, what was called by the FBI at the time the most successful kidnapping ever pulled off. Her abductors demanded 1 million dollars and Harry was willing to do anything to get his wife back safely. He succeeded but the FBI had two big questions to answer: who pulled this off and where was the money? They eventually settled in on two suspects. But, did they have the correct guys? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production
2021-06-07
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Linda Weldy

Ten-year-old Linda Weldy stepped off her school bus on February 24th, 1987, and was never seen alive again. Police believe that she made it to the end of her long driveway before she was taken from her Indiana home. Three weeks later, Linda's body was found just fifteen minutes from her home atop an old trestle bridge. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the case of the abduction and murder of little Linda Weldy. The police were not called until after 11:00 PM the night Linda went missing because her mother worked second shift and her mother's boyfriend believed Linda was staying at a friend's house. The police began their investigation by looking at the family and then outward. But, they have never been able to come up with a motive for Linda's murder. A detective now working the cold case believes he knows who the murderer is but as of now does not have enough evidence to announce it or move forward. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information     An Emash Digital production
2021-05-31
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The Kerry Babies

On April 14th, 1984, a newborn baby boy was found strangled and stabbed in Kerry County, Ireland. The baby became known as Baby John. The ensuing investigation would come to be regarded as one of the most controversial in Ireland's history. The police focused their attention on unwed mothers due to extremely low social views of unwed mothers. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss this interesting case out of Ireland. The police investigation quickly led to a woman who had recently been pregnant. Because this woman was not married she tried to give birth on her own and the baby died. But, the police didn't believe her and they felt that she was responsible for the death of Baby John. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production
2021-05-24
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