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He was rich, he was powerful and now he’s dead. Under the bloody blanket lay a man named Jacques Mossler. Mossler was not just any guy, he was the head of a $33 million banking and loan empire and his death, in this very luxurious apartment building, would soon turn out to be one of the most sensational media stories of the decade. 

Join Jen and Cam on this week's OTCP as we discuss The Candyland Scandal. 

As always our fabulous listener discretion is by the wonderful Edward Octoberpod from @OctoberpodVHS

and the smooth melodies and seamless editing by Nico @wetalkofdreams 

Sex, Lies and Duct Tape:Part 3   Final episode

 

Jullie Miller was a successful business woman working as an executive at a majot corporation in St Louis

 

Julies spent 10 years caring for her terminally ill parents which left her sad lonely and depressed.  She wanted changed and she thought things would all get better if only she could find her an ideal man. 

All she ever wished for was to settle down with a  handsome young professional man and start a family.

Sometimes wishes are deadly

 

Listener discretion by Rando Award Nominee Edward October from the gang at  OctoberpodVHS

 

And the wonderful man that handles all the editing, sound and the composer of our theme, The awesome Nico Vettse of We Talk of Dreams

References

'Dying to Get Married' by Ellen Harris

St Louis Post Dispatch

 

 

 

 

 

Sex, Lies and Duct Tape:Part Two

Julie Miller was a successful business woman working as an executive at a major corporation in St. Louis. 

Julie spent 10 years caring for her terminally ill parents which left her sad, lonely and depressed. She wanted a change and she thought things would all get better if only she could find her ideal man. All she ever wished for was to settle down with a handsome, young professional and start a family. 

Sometimes wishes are deadly. 

 

Listener discretion by Rando Award Nominee Edward October from the gang at  OctoberpodVHS

 

And the wonderful man that handles all the editing, sound and the composer of our theme, The awesome Nico Vettse of We Talk of Dreams

 

References:

'Dying to Get Married' by Ellen Harris

St Louis Post Dispatch

 

Julie Miller was a successful woman:an executive in a major company in St Louis

After 10 years of spent taking care of her terminally ill parents, Julie was sad and lonely.

She thought the only thing that could make her happy was finding her Ideal Man.

She wished to settle down with a handsome professional man and start a family.

Sometimes wishes are deadly.

 

Listener discretion by Rando Award Nominee Edward October from the gang at  OctoberpodVHS

 

And the wonderful man that handles all the editing, sound and the composer of our theme, The awesome Nico Vettse of We Talk of Dreams

 

References

Dying to Get Married by Ellen Harris

St Louis Post Dispatch

Many people fear going to the dentist for their checkups. Perhaps it stems from a previous negative experience as your dentist hit a nerve or the gnawing noise of the drill coming near you as you sit in the chair defenseless with your mouth wide open. The man you are about to hear about is a horror movie come to life. By day, a mild mannered dentist. By night,  for a price, he would take out your loved one. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss 'Appointment with Murder' on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast

Promo by @LifeSentencePod

Listener Discretion by the Excellent Edward October @OctoberpodVHS

All music and editing courtesy of Nico @WeTalkofDreams

Resources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glennon_Engleman

https://www.stltoday.com/news/archives/jan-st-louis-car-bombing-is-the-work-of-the/article_439cb546-1d2d-544f-9a49-847fb62b2be7.html#8

https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/true-crime-story-behind-horror-movie-the-dentist

 

Jeanine Nicarico is just like any other 10 year old. She likes to play with her friends, run around outside and go to school. So on February 25, 1983, when she woke up and wasn’t feeling good. She is running a fever and her parents suspect that Janine may have the flu. Even though she is just 10 years old, her parents decide to let her stay home by herself. When a stranger knocks on the door, she answers. Little did she know, the person at the door was the devil. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss Footprint of the Devil: Jeanine Nicarico on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.

 

Promos this week:

Promos this week:
Devil We Know Pod

WDKS(wedontknowshit)

Music and Editing by the amazeballs Nico at @wetalkofdreams   

LD by: the best spooky story teller ever Edward Octoberpod @octoberpodVHS

 

 

In 1968, Robert Mackle was one of the richest men in Florida, maybe even the United States. Because of this, his daughter, Barbara became the target of kidnappers. 

Two gunman came in and stole Barbara. They then drugged her then buried her alive. 

The FBI said it was the most bizarre kidnapping they had ever been involved in. 

Cam & Jen thought one of the kidnappers was the most bizarre felons they had ever talked about.  We are curious as to what you think. 

Promos by

Evidence Locker Podcast

&

Ladies Of Strange Podcast

 

Listener Discrestion by Rondo Award Nominee Edward October of OctoberpodVHS

 

Nico of We Talk of Dreams did all the Music, editing and sound

Produced by Steve, he doesn't really know this so don't tell him

 

Reference:

Case Text

Justia

Pensacola Journal

Atlanta Constitution

Tallahassee Democrat

Miami News

Tampa Bay Times

Lindsey Williams-Writer at Large

Murderpedia

New York Times

14 News

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Gwinnett Daily Post

Decatur Daily

     Kirsten Costas was a pretty and popular cheerleader who had just finished up her sophomore year at Miramonte High School in Orinda, California. It was a warm California June day when a screaming 15 year old named Kirsten Costas ran into a stranger’s yard with bloodied clothes and collapsed. The murder of this beautiful girl would shock this affluent town but the identity of her killer would be the real shock. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss Dying to Fit In: Kirsten Costas on this episode of Out True Crime Podcast. 

Listener Discretion by the fabulous Edward October at OctoberpodVHS

Promos this week: Conspeared  and Can’t Make this Up History Podcast

Music and Editing courtesy of the oh so remarkable Nico at We Talk of Dreams

#33 Family Secrets: The Rouse Murders

During the night of June 5, a powerful storm was pounding down on Libertyville, Illinois. The lightning and thunder was said to be like nothing anyone had witnessed before.  Sadly, the storm wasn't the only violent occurrence that happened during that ominous evening. The following morning, investigators are called to a sprawling estate to investigate a shooting. What the officers would see at this home would stay with them for life and the event would scar a town and tear a family apart. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss 'Family Secrets: The Rouse Murders' on the next Our True Crime Podcast. 

Our listener discretion is by the rhapsodic Edward OctoberpodVHS.

Promos are by the team at Twisted Britain as well as Murder Mile True Crime Podcast. Check them out---both great pods for the true crime fans.

WARNING: This episode contains domestic violence which may be a trigger for some.

 

Sheri grew up in a small, mid-west town.  

Like many small town girls her age she married and had kids, but soon Sheri found her self single once again.

She started dating and found Michael. They dated for a short time before she decided he was not the one for her.

Unfortunately, Michael didn't agree.

This episode was written by Christina Maltby.  Chris is available for freelance writing gigs.

For more info contact her by email at adolphineye67@yahoo.com

 

Promos 

Eat Life Podcast

&

The Bazaar Cast

Listener Discretion by our amazing friend Edward October of 

OctoberpodVHS

Music, editing and sound by the ever so brave Nico of

We Talk Of Dreams

 

Christina's Sources

Sources:
Herald & Review
Moultrie County Arrest Records
Facebook Sheri Randall Memorial Page
Facebook Sheri's personal page
DOVE Inc's- Domestic Violence Program
JG-TC Journal Gazette 
Brief trial transcripts from Moultrie County court docs
First hand witness accounts from anonymous sources,family members, and friends. 

 

 

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