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Author: audiochuck | Ashley Flowers

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Crime Junkie is a weekly podcast dedicated to giving you a true crime fix. Every Monday, Ashley Flowers will tell you about whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you're sitting around talking crime with your best friends. The storytelling is straightforward and free of rabbit holes so the cases stay suspenseful and are easy to follow. If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’re a Crime Junkie! You’ve found your people.
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In 1985 Katie Eastburn and two of her daughters were brutally murdered while her husband was away. It would take over 20 years and three trials before their killer would be brought to justice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Israel Keyes is the most terrifying name you have probably never heard of. Officials believe he hunted and killed people all across the US and abroad from as early as 1997 - 2012. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
80: MISSING: Suzanne Lyall

80: MISSING: Suzanne Lyall

2019-04-2900:43:35

In 1998 a 19 year old college student boarded a bus from her job at the mall to go back to her campus dorm room. She was seen getting off the bus around 9:45 at night but was likely abducted somewhere between her bus stop and her dorm. Many theories and suspects have emerged over the years but her location still remains a mystery to this day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On April 22, 2019 the Indiana State Police released new information in the unsolved murder case of Abby & Libby in Delphi, Indiana. Here are the updates you absolutely NEED TO KNOW!Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 2013 a 17-year-old boy's body was found rolled up in a high school gym mat. Local law enforcement was quick to rule it an accident and move on but the family is sure this is a case of murder being covered up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MISSING: Timmothy PitzenOn April 3, 2019 someone claiming Timmothy Pitzen approached a stranger in KY and told them he had escaped abductors. The news went wild with this information as the public waited for DNA results to come in. We learned that the man was not Timmothy but it reignited one of the most mysterious disappearance cases in IL history. On this episode of Crime Junkie we will tell you about the day Timmothy left school with his mom in 2011 and the strange circumstances surrounding their whereabouts after. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One day before his anniversary Jerry Michael Williams went for a duck hunting trip on lake Seminole but never returned home. For years people were convinced he had been eaten by alligators but the truth was much more sinister. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
75: MISSING: Rachel Cooke

75: MISSING: Rachel Cooke

2019-04-0100:31:0637

17 years ago, college student Rachel Cooke was visiting her family home in Texas for her winter break. She went out for an early morning run on her regular route but never return. No sign of Rachel has been found in all these years but there was a break in 2017 that could hold all the clues to what happened to her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
74: MURDERED: Kacie Woody

74: MURDERED: Kacie Woody

2019-03-2500:44:5960

Kacie was a young girl who trusted easily but in 2002 her trust would be misplaced after meeting two boys online. One of them was not who they seemed to be and he wanted more from Kacie than she could give. In this episode we explore the dangers of the internet and warn against potential predators lurking the web. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
73: MURDERED: Kirsten Hatfield

73: MURDERED: Kirsten Hatfield

2019-03-1800:48:1173

In 1997 Kirsten Hatfield was taken out of her bedroom window in the middle of the night and never seen again. Police tried for years to work and re-work the case as it got passed from detective to detective but it would take a special man to see the case in a whole new light and finally bring Kirsten's killer to justice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Kelly Gaskin

all I can picture is him, with a gun or other weapon, directing the girls "down the hill" to a place that he can attack them...super creepy. I wish they would release the entire sound clip!!!

May 19th
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Kelly Gaskin

9/11 absolutely destroys the chance of any evidence coming out in this case. I'm honestly shocked that the video of her in the boutique was found. Also, I have to wonder if crimes of opportunity were committed around 9/11 knowing that victims would be assumed to be victims of the attack. FULL. BODY. CHILLS.

May 19th
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NoaGins

This show would be amazing if it was just Ashley. Brit basically just says "what!?" or "okay, so (repeats what Ashley just said as a question)". It's like when you watch old sitcoms and there's the laugh track in the background - that's Brit. No substance, just background. Annoying

May 19th
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Liz Gallardo

Girl, come to North Dakota you get Hypothermia in June some years...

May 19th
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Chrissy Denton

Ugh! This man is coldhearted! This one was like a thriller movie. I agree with everyone that there probably was an accomplice.

May 19th
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Calen Savidge

10:44 Britt, again, not catching Ashley’s drift.. lol. “Like, oh like he’s cute!”

May 18th
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Nicole

Brit is especially awful in this episode. I love this podcast but she is the worst. Also, this poor kid was definitely murdered. Why in the world would a kid dive into a mat to get a shoe instead of just knocking it over? How was all this wriggling that supposedly got him more and more stuck not enough to knock the mat over? How did he even get in if his shoulders are 5 inches wider than the mat opening? If it's that easy to get trapped in a mat and die, how have we never heard of this in any school before?

May 16th
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Emily Brannon

at 20:56 it skips from talking about Sneha possibly being bisexual to a false report, does anyone else experience this skip?

May 16th
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Mackenzie

I think he killed himself. I worked with a guy who was going through divorce and he went to the mountains parked his truck and walked into the forest never to be seen again. Pretty sure he did that so animals wpuld take care of his body and his kids wouldnt have to find him. Sad

May 16th
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Karen Mitchell

I remember seeing the 1996 miniseries with Rick Schroeder, and John Corbett as Tim Hennis, that convinced me totally that he was innocent. I was so shocked by the DNA finding so many years later. I can't help but think about police or DA's planting his DNA, or contaminating the sample from the victim somehow. I think some prosecutors will go to great lengths to get their conviction and advance their careers, regardless of the truth. Wouldn't the DA be motivated to be known as the one who finally got a conviction for the Eastburn Murders after all these years? It would make her career. I also wonder what an FBI profiler like John Douglas would say about the fact the Tim Hennis had nothing else in his history all these years to show the kind of mentality or tendency toward that kind of violence. Add all this to the unidentified blood on the towel and hair that don't match Hennis, and I still have doubt.

May 16th
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Prisma Alvarez

SEX WORKERS! NOT PROSTITUTES!

May 15th
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Rachel Lillie

So I just started listening to this podcast on Castbox. Nearly every episode is cut off at the end. Is anyone else experiencing this? Kind of makes me not want to listen anymore if I can't hear the end! Seems like this issue would be resolved by now being that these episodes are so old.......

May 15th
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Amanda Myers

Rachel Lillie im on cast box too and mines playing the story

May 18th
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Isabel Montoya

"illegal" that's inappropriate. undocumented is the appropriate term. 😔

May 15th
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Anna Wuollet

Isabel Montoya agreed

May 17th
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Jonas Grumbie

a shocking amount of people had a Members Only jacket in 1985.

May 15th
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Kelly Gaskin

As a person suffering from bulemia nervosa, I can tell you for certain that ordering food from Domino's even multiple times per day would be "normal", or typical, for a person suffering from this disease. I have spent up to one hundred dollars in a day binging. Additionally, erratic eating patterns can affect a person's psyche drastically. That being said, I am not 💯 convinced that this contributed to Maura's demise... I am simply offering a possible explanation for some of her behavior. Super sad and very scary, great coverage Ashley!

May 15th
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Kelly Gaskin

Melissa Monte I think that the stealing (yours, mine, and maybe Maura's) makes sense because of how shameful binging can be. Asking for money with the intention of binging isn't something I have ever been inclined to do...

May 16th
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Melissa Monte

Kelly Gaskin Same Kelly. I struggled with Bulimia for 10 years and wow, I even stole money from a roommate (shamefully) once to order Chinese food. 😔

May 16th
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Natalie T

This is a such a horrible story. They definitely should've had sn adult in the cabin. My daughter went to summer camp and there were always an adult in each of the cabins with them. A woman with the girls.

May 14th
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Marisela Barajas

that guy may have taken off their shoes cause they were pregnant. u know "barefoot & pregnant!"

May 14th
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Liliana Espinoza

you have to remember this guy grew up in prison. try not to judge others when you have not been in his shoes. he was wrongly convicted of murder!!! he had his young adult life ripped away from him

May 14th
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Emily Brannon

When they tried David Camm again, what were the charges? because they can't try him for the murders twice. That falls under Double Jeopardy.

May 14th
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Miranda Moothart

I truly don't think the guy did it. Sperm can stay in your body for days, and he sounded like the kind of guy to do that. Of course he wouldn't come out and say that. I don't think because it would hurt the husband's feelings, but it would incriminate him. Not to mention forensics aren't as reliable as some people think, and they often lead to convictions of innocent people. I think the idea that there is an accomplice is kind of pushing it considering only one person was seen by the witness. Also, why would the cops keep that other guy's stuff in his car if they didn't think it would throw a wrench in their theory? I think that guy had sex with her, and ended up being pinned to something he didn't do.

May 14th
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