Nannie Doss was a plump, spectacle-wearing grandmother whose favorite pastimes included reading romance magazines and poisoning relatives. Read more about this poison-packin’ mama…
From 1967 to 1980, New York City and suburban New Jersey was the playground for a sexual serial killer who would bind, torture, strangle and dismember his victims. His official count of victims stands at nine, but many, including the killer himself think the number is closer to one hundred.
Between May 5 and May 16, 2004 three suitcases washed up in the Chesapeake Bay. Each suitcase carried various parts of the same body. In the months after, prosecutors would attempt to paint a picture of a murderer motivated by jealousy, infidelity, and greed. But did the person convicted of this homicide actually do it? Listen TODAY!
Twenty-four-year-old Susan Schwarz was brutally murdered in her Washington home. With no evidence and no suspects, the case went cold for 32 years. Until…
In 1871, the Benders, a quaint family of four, ran a small inn on the Osage Trail in Labette County, Kansas. Wayward travelers would check in, but they never checked out.
On a cold night in 1995, Christa PIke committed a ruthless murder on the campus of the University of Tennessee. Christa is the only woman on Tennessee’s Death Row.
On October 27, 1961, Betty Gail Brown was strangled with her own bra on Transylvania University’s campus in Lexington, Kentucky. Listen to Heather and Kris break down the facts and circumstances of this unsolved murder on this week’s episode of Kentucky Fried Homicide.
In 1983, a woman was found on a back porch in the freezing cold in Anniston, Alabama. She didn’t look like Audrey Marie Hilley—the vibrant mother of two who’d once been an icon of the small town. She looked like an old, wet and dazed woman left for dead. In reality, she wasn’t the mother of two, exceptional co-worker and husband to Frank and later John. She was in fact, an escaped murderer.
Katherine Knight was the first Australian woman to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole after one of the most gruesome and heinous murders in history. After hearing this tale, you’ll never eat meat again.
Wanted: Caretaker for a remote piece of Appalachian farmland. Housing provided. Bring all your own possessions.
In the year 2011, more than 100 men applied to this ad. Four were hired. One survived. This is Chaplain Rich, the Craigslist Ghoster.
This is the tragic story of the murder of Little Ricky Morehouse, III. As you listen, remember: there are three sides to every story—mine, yours, and the truth. And sometimes, you simply don’t get to know the whole truth.
In October of 1995, Keith Hunter Jesperson pleaded guilty to the murder of his fiancé Julie Ann Winningham. But what police thought was the end of an ugly homicide, was only the beginning, as they soon discovered a killing spree than spanned over five years. This is: Happy Faces and Homicide.
September 23, 1983. On a Friday night when many of the citizens in the small town of Kilgore, Texas were attending the high school football game, five men and women were abducted from a Kentucky Fried Chicken, taken 14 miles up the road, and murdered. It would be 22 years before this case would appear to be solved. But y’all, this case is a hot mess. Did prosecutors put two men in prison for life for murders they didn’t commit? This is the story of the KFC Massacre.
Johnny Bayer. Jeff Jones. Richard Hamilton. Alan Livingston. Manuel Resendez. Alan Broussard. Steven Hale. Michael Kehern. Jerry Comer. These men have one thing in common. From 1993 to 1996 they shared a shallow grave in the backyard of businessman Herb Baumeister, just north of Indianapolis. This is: The full-time father and part-time pick up artist.