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A conversational true crime podcast all about Texas hosted by natives Shea and Erin. We cover cases from the Lone Star State, big and small. New episodes drop weekly for your listening pleasure. Because crime is bigger in Texas, y'all.
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Episode 74 is available now! This week, let’s get in our way-back machine and travel to the old west to learn about the man, the myth, the legend: Sam Bass.Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
A very special episode is available now: ACNC Live from the Streets. We spoke with protesters, organizers, and community leaders at rallies in Arlington and Fort Worth, Texas to provide a platform for the voices participating in the Black Lives Matter movement. We would like to let this episode stand on its own as the thoughts and words of those individuals involved in this historical moment. All proceeds from this episode will be donated to the Dallas Chapter of the Black Youth Project. This organization is committed to advocacy work and providing mutual aid, legal support, bail funds, and other logistical supportive services to better the lived experiences of all Black people. Their current agenda is the She Safe, We Safe pledge to end gender-based violence. To learn more about the cause and offer support, visit byp100.org. Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 73: Yellow Thunder

Ep 73: Yellow Thunder

2020-05-1601:16:286

In May of 1991, 24-year-old Scott Dunn disappeared from his apartment in Lubbock. An order of superhero crime sleuths and a room full of blood help solve the case that could have been forever cold.Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
This week we will be discussing a horribly gruesome tale from not too far away. Back in 1993, a rural area on the outskirts of the DFW metroplex was forever changed by a pair of gruesome murders. Perhaps it was just a random one time event, or maybe this was just the beginning of a potential trail of destruction at the hands of a possible serial killer. I’ll let you decide as we discuss the events of Episode 72: The Cherub Faced Killer.Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
In 1988, Tyler socialite and millionaire Bette Lucas passed away suddenly her home from a massive head wound and brain damage. Her son Steven claimed that her death was a tragic accident due to a fall from her 2nd story landing but her autopsy suggested that she had been bludgeoned. We will discuss Bette's injuries, the details of her fall, and the scene of the alleged crime in this episode where forensics meets physics.If you would like to donate to Everybody Eats you can donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/dfw-eatsCheck out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
This week Shea brings you a story with a little bit of everything. We will be traveling across the expanse of North Texas and discussing themes like romantic dancing, bars of solid silver, love triangles, lifestyles of high society Texans, and hired hit-men. It’s a classic ‘who done it’ story with plenty of plot twists and certainly a heavy dose of tragic endings. Strap in for another wild ride as we present Episode 70: Romance and Revenge in the High Plains.Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
In the second part of our coverage about the 1960 murder of Irene Garza, we rejoin the investigation as it begins to heat up again in the early 2000s. Listen as we describe how modern law enforcement officers, journalists, and Irene's family and friends kept her memory alive for decades until the case was finally, at long last, prosecuted. Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
In McAllen, Texas in 1960, a young woman named Irene Garza was found dead after going to confession at her church. Although suspicions swirled about the identity of her killer, the case went unclosed for decades. This is a story of a cover-up, religious doctrine, political intrigue, and a family’s 50-year quest for justice.If you would like to learn more about how you could help koalas in Australia here are the links to Taryn's fundraisers:https://wildlifewarriors.org.au/https://www.gofundme.com/f/ne5s63-coins-for-koalas?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link-tip&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
The first segment covers the viscous quadruple murders of an entire family from Lubbock in 2004: Tammy Cooper, Mahogany Allen, KaDiece Allen, and Kasheim Allen. This case is still unsolved. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the Crime Tip Line at (806) 741-1000. You may remain anonymous and you may be eligible for a cash reward.And after the case presentation, stay tuned for a special interview with journalist and podcaster Jordan Smith who shares information about her career and her involvement in covering the murder of Stacey Stites.Check out more All Crime No Cattle at our website allcrimenocattle.com.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 66: The Zuzu Verk Story

Ep 66: The Zuzu Verk Story

2020-01-2701:24:412

On this week's episode I wanted to cover a case from Southwest Texas from 2016. It’s a case that left a community without answers for years. But now, finally in 2019 two trials have wrapped up and have given us a much needed conclusion in a shocking missing persons case.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
It's the end of 2019 and it's time for our 2nd podcast anniversary special! We begin with a few of the dumbest crimes of 2019, including people breaking out of prison for snacks and the Blue Bell ice cream lickers. Next up we have a Q & A with listener questions. Finally, we present the long-awaited 2019 blooper reel! Thanks to everyone for another great year and we'll see you all soon in 2020!Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 64: Thicker Than Water

Ep 64: Thicker Than Water

2019-12-2001:21:521

This week Erin presents the tale of the Catt family and a mysterious series of bank robberies near Katy Texas in 2012. Interestingly, this story has ties to other states and other crimes. So strap in and get ready for this wild tale that sounds like it could be the plot of a made for TV movie.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
In this episode we delve deep into the forensic evidence and additional details that were not presented at trial. Hopefully by the end of this episode you will be caught up with current arguments from both sides of this case.Case Links:https://www.supremecourt.gov/DocketPDF/17/17-1093/45899/20180507150103836_Reed%20BIO%20FINAL.pdfhttps://rodneyreedfulltruth.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/reed_habeas-writ_02122015.pdfIn Part 1 of our coverage we discuss the state's case against Rodney Reed and the evidence used to link Reed to Stacey's murder. In Part 2 we will examine everything that went wrong in this case, including suppressed evidence, questionable forensic evidence, false testimony, and more. So join us as we push forward into this two part series.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
On April 23rd, 1996 Stacey Stites was found murdered in Bastrop, Texas. Rodney Reed was arrested, charged, and condemned to death for her murder. Over the years many concerned organizations, celebrities, business owners, and humanitarians have argued that Rodney Reed is innocent of this crime. The ground swelling movement surrounding this case was an effective agent for action. This week an indefinite stay of execution has been ordered. In Part 1 of our coverage we discuss the state's case against Rodney Reed and the evidence used to link Reed to Stacey's murder. In Part 2 we will examine everything that went wrong in this case, including suppressed evidence, questionable forensic evidence, false testimony, and more. So join us as we push forward into this two part series.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Our Halloween episode is a little late this year due to The Sickness That Would't End, but it is finally here! Listen as Erin regales us with 5 stories from around Texas, including Witch Mountain of Cedar Hill, the cursed clock of Gonzales, the abductions of Clayton and Donna Lee of Houston, Bailey's Light of Bailey's Prairie, and Jacklyn's Intruder of Fort Worth.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 60: Mystery in Pampa

Ep 60: Mystery in Pampa

2019-10-2301:32:536

On New Years Eve in 1993, the small town of Pampa, Texas was rocked by a triple homicide discovered in a local family home. Initial investigations and reporting from the local media had everyone thinking the case was a horrific escalation of domestic violence, amped up by drugs and alcohol. However, 24 years later, many people on both sides of the case still have questions, theories, and strong feelings regarding what exactly happened that bloody News Year’s Eve night and if justice was served. In this episode, we will take a hard look at the facts and try to remain impartial as we present one of the most contested and controversial cases the Texas Panhandle has ever seen. Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 59: Ambushed

Ep 59: Ambushed

2019-10-0601:05:214

In November of 2015, a man in black shot at Judge Julie Kocurek 4 times and disappeared. The hunt for the shooter led investigators to the leader of a Houston criminal enterprise. Join us as Erin describes the many crimes of the alleged perpetrator and how Texas became changed for the better.Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 58: Close to Home

Ep 58: Close to Home

2019-09-1101:12:466

Today's case covers a murder in South Central Texas from 2002. This story comes to us from the small town of Navasota where it shocked a community when one of their own residents was gunned down in their own home. This case is a big 'whodunnit' that consists of a web of suspects, a series of weird circumstances, a variety of forensic evidence, bombshells, twists and turns, but at its heart it remains a shocking tragic loss to a rural community. So sit back and get ready because we have a ton of stuff to go over as we bring you Episode 58: Close to Home.Visit our Patreon page to support the show, find more episodes, and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle.Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
Ep 57: The Missing Airman

Ep 57: The Missing Airman

2019-08-2901:03:315

In January of 2005, Air Force Staff Sergeant Michael Severance disappeared from his San Angelo home without a trace. Multiple law enforcement agencies and the Air Force Office of Special Investigations teamed up to investigate the case. While his disappearance was initially thought to be a case of desertion, it takes a sharp turn to homicide once his body was recovered.The main source for this episode can be found here: www.goodreads.com/book/show/6628226-a-poisoned-passionVisit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
On March 7, 2014, Crystal Jackson and Britney Cosby went missing from their Houston home. Their bodies were later discovered abandoned in a Galveston alleyway. What could have happened to these two young people who had their whole lives ahead of them? The answer will leave you shocked at what evils can exist, even within your own family. If you would like to donate to the fundraiser featured in this week's episode, here's the link: https://www.facebook.com/donate/2404325539804033/10206041708917893/ Visit our Patreon page to support the show and earn some awesome rewards: https://patreon.com/allcrimenocattle. Check out our merch shop: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/all-crime-no-cattle-podcast-shop?ref_id=9435. Find us on Twitter: @ACNCpodcast and on Instagram: @allcrimenocattle. Tip Jar: https://paypal.me/allcrimenocattle.And always remember: crime is bigger in Texas, y'all!
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Jeri Moore

I'm an ex TDCJ employee. All supervisors whether CO or "free world" all have the same security training. We all attended the same 6 week training academy. Only difference is "free world" employees don't wear a uniform. We even carried cans of gas (mace) and handcuffs.

May 6th
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Rob Claypool

i think the kid did enough penance through his beatings growing up...bill got what he installed in the kid

Feb 9th
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Tammy Lynn White

i really enjoyed this episode. I would love to hear more like this. Thank you for the little lesson today

Jan 10th
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Hope Demchuk

I really enjoyed this episode! I learned so much from this story thank you !! ❤️

Dec 31st
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Miimii Imfurst

Awww cps placed my youngest daughter with us at birth. She's my maternal niece but my baby from day one. We've got adoption papers in the works now. 💖

Dec 29th
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Jq Baker

Cowardly act you end with. Wasn't Bill a coward to beat and choke the members of his family for years? If you create a monster don't be a fool to think it wont show its fangs one day.

Dec 19th
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Miimii Imfurst

Love the good news on Episode 62! 💖

Dec 2nd
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Aubs

I absolutely love this episode! My dad (last name Hardin) is from Texas and graduated from University of Texas, which he has referred to as 'the real UT' since our family moved to Tennessee in the 90s. He is and has been an adjunct professor for multiple universities in person and online in the Social Science dpt. He loves learning and teaching history and government. I remember being on a tour bus in Rome with my parents and the tour guide couldn't answer some of the questions about the Historical sites we were being shown on our way to the Colosseum, so my dad piped in and next thing we know he is basically basically guiding the tour (his first time actually in Rome) and the actual guide thanked him for even teaching him things he never knew about the history of his home! I want to find out if he is related to the author of the book y'all referenced as a main source! I looked him up and his career and love of learning reminds me so much of my dad!

Oct 8th
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Aubs

why aren't there any new episodes? 😭

Oct 4th
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bkan

Good narration with a twist at the end, where can listen to this type of whodunnit murder cases or cold cases finally solved, thanks.

Sep 19th
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Brandon Kyser

This is is a great podcast. The cases are well researched. The hosts do a nice job of staying on topic, which is sometimes a problem with "two people discussing a case" podcasts. There is some banter, but it does not distract from the case. I also like that they incorporate bits of Texas culture into the discussion. I will definitely subscribe.

Sep 18th
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Vicki Hill Geske

Definitely the worst case I have ever heard also!

Aug 30th
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Ryan Moran

I wonder if the fact that they had a small child contributed to turn wanting to leave. Also if he was really jealous. Maybe if they were "looking down on him" in his eyes. That would make the resentment, homophobia and jealousy just pile up. until it just all collapses in on them all.

Jul 27th
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Paul Kennedy

Asshat? Did it not occur to you that the defense attorney has a job to do? Everyone is entitled tona defense - whether they are guilty or not. If you're not happy with the outcome of the trial, criticize the prosecutor. it was their case to prove.

Jul 8th
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Daniel Hope

I've listened to a lot of different true crime podcasts and this is the first episode I wish I wouldn't have heard. those poor girls were so smart and knew they had to get away, but mother dearest delivered them to their death! I could handle it better if he was caught, but he gets away Scot-free! I also believe the mother should have been charged with many things, number one sexual assault on a minor because she knew what was happening and she forced her girls back into it. this case has me fuming!!

Jul 4th
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Daniel Hope

I am my grandmother's caregiver and I have been thinking about going to a therapist, I think what y'all said has gave me the last push I needed to go. thanks for the stats, I didn't know about that

Jun 24th
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Daniel Hope

this one absolutely broke my heart, I'm right there with you Aron. when you said buttum (but um) at the end, all I could think was DRINK! My HIMYM fans out there will know what I mean

Jun 22nd
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Rebekah Jardine Belanger

Bless you both for keeping Lisa Rene's name out there. heartbreaking for all.

Jun 11th
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Emily Yeoman

I have heard of this case. When I was in college (UK) we were taught about it when learning about Honor Killings. Very sad. Those girls had bright futures snuffed out by a monster.

May 6th
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Danielle Thompson

I know it's wrong, but all I can think is Flat Line be flatlining!

Apr 20th
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