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Newton Kansas sits in America’s heartland with fields of wheat and cornfields as far as the eye can see. The small town of 19,000 is big on family, God, and rarely, does anyone lock their front doors. They all know each other as many have grown up and grown old having never left their small hometown. It is a trusting community with a long line of families raising families but that trust was shattered in the spring of 1994 when a stranger knocked on Rhonda Krehbiel's front door. 

Join Jen and Cam as we discuss "The Bad Man in Aviators" on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast

 

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On December 25, 1951, was a double celebration for Harry & Harriette Moore of Mims, Florida. Not only was it Christmas, but the couple were celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. In those 25 years, the Moore’s had raised 2 daughters, taught countless children in segregated schools within Brevard County Florida, and founded the Brevard County chapter of the NAACP, just to name a few accomplishments.  It had become a tradition for the couple to cut their anniversary cake just as they had on their wedding day, arm in arm, hand in had.  As they sliced their cake that evening, they had no idea they would become the first assassinations of the civil rights movement.

Join Jen and Cam on this very special 1st anniversary Our True Crime Podcast episode as we discuss Harry Moore and the Groveland Four.

We have a brand new listener discretion from our buddy Edward Octoberpod @octoberpodVHS

A giant thank you to all our listeners, especially those that helped commemorate this milestone with us and gave us a 'thank you'. It has been a heck of a year and we love you all for listening and letting us do what we love. Here is to many, many more. -Jen and Cam

 

St. Lucie County Florida is a community located about 90 miles north of Miami and it is just what you would expect in sunny Florida-hot and humid. The area is a heavy on the wildlife with lots of swampy canals running throughout which empty into the famed Florida Everglades. For a killer, there is no better place to dump a body because if the weather doesn’t help decay the body fast, the critters will get it and within a short amount of time, there will be no evidence that a crime was ever committed. Or, at least, that is what a killer was hoping for but one July evening, fate was not on this killer’s side. A body was left behind and it would lead to years of trying to catch the infamous killer with lots of names. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss 'The Chameleon Killer' on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast

Listener Discretion by Edward October from @octoberpodVHS

All music and editing from Nico @wetalkofdreams

On the morning of Wednesday May 31, 1995, Mistie Nicole Murray, age 16, told her parents she would be home late because she had band practice after school. She put on her green nylon Marching Band with the lettering SDHS Girls Band jacket, with "Mistie" on the sleeve and sat in her dad’s red TransAm with the top down, smiling and telling her dad how she will have her driver’s license soon.  Her father, Steve ruffled her hair, made a bad joke about women drivers as Mistie’s mother climbed in the car and they drove off to school. She attended all her classes and even visited the school nurse for reasons that haven’t been made available to the public.  Mistie called her mother, Anne, at the elementary school where her mom worked. The call was made around 3:00 pm but her mother did not answer the call and Mistie didn’t leave a message. This was not unusual as her mom was often busy especially at the end of the school day. What was unlike any other normal school day, Mistie never made it back home.

Join Jen and Cam as we discuss Missing Mistie Murray on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.

Promo by: This Week in Crime Podcast @thisweekincrime

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Located about 90 miles north of Little Rock Arkansas is a little area called the Illinois Bayou. It has everything that you would think a bayou would have: bogs, marshes and a very prehistoric kind of feel. Locals as well as visitors flock to the area to hit the water and see what kind of goodies they can reel in but sometimes the things that they catch on the other end of the line, is something no one would expect or want. That is exactly what happened, when a couple out for a day of fishing, reeled in a ghastly sight: a body part. Authorities rush to the scene and what they would uncover would only leave more questions and unveil a hidden sect of people who's strong beliefs include anti-government but does it also include murder?
 
Join Jen and Cam on this edition of OTCP as we discuss Brotherly Love: The Kehoe Boys.
 
Listener D by the voicely talented Edward October of @octoberpodVHS
 
All music and editing by the guy who puts up with us way more than any person ever should have to do: Nico @wetalkofdreams

 

 
 

Summertime is here! Time to enjoy family and friends as you grill your favorite goodies and take a leisurely swim in the pool. It may mean a weekend trip to your favorite camping spot or a family vacation to the beach. OTCP wants to help you kickoff your  adventure with our 5 episode series Summer Blast. We will be bringing you an episode each day from Wednesday-Sunday. Be warned though, it is not for the faint of heart and, well, you may want to rethink that camping trip or beach excursion. Oh, and perhaps you may want to listen to us on the way home rather than on the way there. 

Bermuda, is England's oldest surviving colony. With the beautiful brightly colored houses darting the shores, the pink sandy beaches welcome vacationers from all over the world.  So when 16 year old Becky Middleton hears about how gorgeous this dream like paradise destination is, she knows where she is going on her summer vacation. Middleton, and her best friend Jasmine Meens, had decided they were going to spend the summer there after school was out in June 1996. They wouldn’t be alone on the island as Jasmine’s dad was now living there after getting remarried. It was a dream come true for any teen girl but the dream would soon turn into a nightmare for all those they knew and loved young Becky.

Join Jen and Cam on the final OTCP Summer Blast episode entitled Bermuda, Bikers and Blood.

Promo is by @IWBpodcast 

Listener Discretion by the fabu Edward October @octoberpodVHS

All music and editing by our pal across the pond Nico @wetalkofdreams

Summertime is here! Time to enjoy family and friends as you grill your favorite goodies and take a leisurely swim in the pool. It may mean a weekend trip to your favorite camping spot or a family vacation to the beach. OTCP wants to help you kickoff your  adventure with our 5 episode series Summer Blast. We will be bringing you an episode each day from Wednesday-Sunday. Be warned though, it is not for the faint of heart and, well, you may want to rethink that camping trip or beach excursion. Oh, and perhaps you may want to listen to us on the way home rather than on the way there. 

Best friends Lynn Seethaler and Janice Pietropola had graduated together from the Penn Hills High School and with their newly found independence and financial freedom, Janice and Lynn decided they would take a nice little vacation together.  The last week of June 1973, the two young, vibrant ladies set off on a road trip to Virginia Beach. The two had rented a small cottage at Farrar’s Tourist Village, which was a small complex of vacation rentals right on the oceanfront. A bit after noon on June 30, the two women missed their checkout time. A motel employee went to the cottage to check on them.  Inside they found a bloody scene and both girls were found dead. Decades would pass before the person responsible for this would be discovered but was there even more?

Join Jen and Cam on the OTCP Summer Blast episode entitled Evil on the Oceanfront.

Promo is by @IWBpodcast 

Listener Discretion by the fabu Edward October @octoberpodVHS

All music and editing by our pal across the pond Nico @wetalkofdreams

Summertime is here! Time to enjoy family and friends as you grill your favorite goodies and take a leisurely swim in the pool. It may mean a weekend trip to your favorite camping spot or a family vacation to the beach. OTCP wants to help you kickoff your  adventure with our 5 episode series Summer Blast. We will be bringing you an episode each day from Wednesday-Sunday. Be warned though, it is not for the faint of heart and, well, you may want to rethink that camping trip or beach excursion. Oh, and perhaps you may want to listen to us on the way home rather than on the way there. 

It was Sept 13, 1982 when Detective Mike Eastham was summoned to a campsite in Wells Gray Park Provincial in Britt Columbia, Canada. Eastham was not quite sure what he was going to find but had been told there was a fire and they had discovered one body at that point. Once on sight, they located a car that was burned badly but there was no mistaking the bone fragments inside the car and those bones belonged to humans. Not  quite sure if there were one or two bodies inside the vehicle but they weren’t finished. Once the trunk was opened, the shock hit hard as two small skeletons were inside. Who would want this loving family dead? The answer would shock everyone.

Join Jen and Cam on episode 3 of the OTCP Summer Blast series entitled The Campfire Killings.

 

Promo by Pretend Radio @Pretendpod

Listener Discretion by the smooth talking Edward Octoberpod from @octoberpodVHS.

All Music and Editing by the notable Nico from @wetalkofdreams

 

Summertime is here! Time to enjoy family and friends as you grill your favorite goodies and take a leisurely swim in the pool. It may mean a weekend trip to your favorite camping spot or a family vacation to the beach. OTCP wants to help you kickoff your  adventure with our 5 episode series Summer Blast. We will be bringing you an episode each day from Wednesday-Sunday. Be warned though, it is not for the faint of heart and, well, you may want to rethink that camping trip or beach excursion. Oh, and perhaps you may want to listen to us on the way home rather than on the way there. 

On June 3, 1971, 13-year-old DeWayne Bush was reported missing from his home in Union Mills, Indiana. Police just suspected  he was a runaway. Three months pass when a deer hunter came across skeletal remains. It was confirmed to be DeWayne Bush. DeWayne’s death would not be solved for 12 years but, sadly, he would not be the last to be brutally murdered by a man who was able to blend in among the community.

Join Jen and Cam on episode 2 of the OTCP Summer Blast series entitled The LaPorte Indiana Strangler

Promo by Things That Keep Me Up At Night @ttkmeup

Listener Discretion by the adorably audible Edward Octoberpod @octoberpodVHS

All Music and Editing by the hot (and single-wink-wink) Nico from @wetalkofdreams

Summertime is here! Time to enjoy family and friends as you grill your favorite goodies and take a leisurely swim in the pool. It may mean a weekend trip to your favorite camping spot or a family vacation to the beach. OTCP wants to help you kickoff your  adventure with our 5 episode series Summer Blast. We will be bringing you an episode each day from Wednesday-Sunday. Be warned though, it is not for the faint of heart and, well, you may want to rethink that camping trip or beach excursion. Oh, and perhaps you may want to listen to us on the way home rather than on the way there. 

Summer Blast #1: Stolen in the Night

Camping is a family tradition that goes way back. It is a cheap way to bond and see the country and that is just what the Jaeger family wanted to do when they set off to Montana from Michigan. It was Sunday June 24 and they were spending their last night in Montana’s Headwaters State Park. It was around 4am when 13 year old Heidi Jaegar woke up to some chilly air. There was a hole in the tent-a big hole. Heidi felt around the sleeping bag for her 7 year old sister, Susie, who was sleeping in that spot but it was only a sleeping bag. The family's dream vacation would turn into a very long nightmare. Police would apply a method that was unheard of in the early 1970's to help in the case. 

Join Jen and Cam as we discuss episode 1 in the Summer Blast series entitled Stolen in the Night on today's episode of Our True Crime Podcast.

Promo by the Bad in the Boondocks podcast. 

Listener Description by the hauntingly handsome Edward Octoberpod from @OctoberpodVHS

All music and editing by the stunningly stylish Nico from @wetalkofdreams 

 

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