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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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89: MISSING: Brandy Hall

89: MISSING: Brandy Hall

2019-07-1500:38:1256

In 2006 Brandy Hall vanished after leaving her post at the volunteer fire station early. It would take many years, 3 clues found in three different bodies of water and a lost tip, before anyone would have an idea of what might have happened to her that night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
88: INFAMOUS: Alice Crimmins

88: INFAMOUS: Alice Crimmins

2019-07-0801:05:05105

Long before Casey Anthony there was another mother America loved to hate... Alice Crimmins. When her children went missing from their room one summer night, the police and the press were quick to point the finger at the "sex-crazed" mother. At the start of the women's lib movement, Alice stood for everything that threatened status quo of how a wife and mother should behave. But over 50 years later we can re-examine the case and her multiple trials to see if there really was a case against Alice or if she was the victim of a witch hunt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In August of 1976, the bodies of a young man and woman were found in rural Sumter County, South Carolina. Police would infer a lot from their belongings and the state of their bodies, but more than four decades later, their identities - as well as the identity of their killer - remain a mystery... BUT the Crime Junkies have a chance to change that. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we have two stories of women who were murdered and laid to rest, Reyna and Michelle. It would take decades before Reyna would be able to rest in peace and Michelle and her family are still waiting for their day.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In part 2 we discuss more suspects in the Oakland County Child Killings and how some or all of them might be connected to North Fox Island. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the 1970s the affluent neighborhoods around Detroit Michigan were terrorized by a child killer but were the four murders connected to a bigger conspiracy across the state and possible across the nation?Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
83: MISSING: Patti Adkins

83: MISSING: Patti Adkins

2019-05-2000:33:2481

Patti Adkins had been having a secret relationship with a man from her work. When she went missing in July of 2001, troubling details emerge about their affair and the days leading up to her disappearance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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

2019-04-2900:43:3543

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
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ans_89

More than likely, she was probably sold into trafficking. I hate to say that, but it's very common to see women get sold into trafficking and then simply vanish. For all we know, she could have been sold to another country as well. We honestly we will never know. But trafficking is where I sit on this.

Jul 19th
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Colleen Hainzl

everyone should watch the documentary The Bleeding Edge

Jul 19th
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Vickie Gardner

Patrick's DNA, the other guy with Members only jacket, was his DNA tested? There are too many unanswered questions.

Jul 19th
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Archie Smith

Vickie Gardner that's what I was wondering

Jul 19th
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Connor Roper

lmao im from Puyallup and i can confirm its rat nasty and sucks

Jul 18th
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Rita Moore

Connor Roper 😶😶😶

Jul 19th
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Upstate SC listener

The mom had something to do with it and it's awful that she is free and living in Hawaii. She is the obvious suspect and doesn't seem to interested in being a mom. Poor Zachary.

Jul 17th
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Drew Brid

Upstate SC listener emmm, I never suspect her

Jul 18th
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Eleanor Potts

So I don’t think this was an accident at all. However the swollen face from being upside down would actually happen and would bruise due to blood flow.

Jul 17th
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Lisa Rochefort

was Scott an adult too?

Jul 17th
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Joanna Francis

Lisa Rochefort haha, yes

Jul 17th
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Christine Lozano

You guys have had such great content. I recently watched a YouTube video on Kayla Berg from Wisconsin who went missing. I definitely think it's something that you guys can look into.

Jul 17th
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Felix Bart

Christine Lozano 👏👏👏👏

Jul 17th
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Hannah Stanford

My theory is that he sold her into sex slavery and took the money. That's how he was able to live without a job for 6 months!

Jul 17th
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Joanna Francis

Hannah Stanford Can't believe it...

Jul 17th
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Amber Cook

kkkkkkkkkk

Jul 16th
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Felix Bart

Amber Cook kkkkkkk

Jul 17th
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Rhianna Clay

https://castbox.fm/va/359460 if you want more on this case

Jul 16th
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Joanna Francis

Rhianna Clay thanks

Jul 17th
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Michelle Estes

I wish Ashley would do these by herself. Britt is annoying and moronic.

Jul 16th
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Ivy Lopez

Michelle Estes Wish too!

Jul 16th
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Adriana Cristina Rodriguez

Britt made some really solid points/contributions to this one! I hope she keeps building that confidence to participate, and not just barely speak. She really adds to it!

Jul 16th
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JSwarts90

Adriana Cristina Rodriguez I agree 100%

Jul 16th
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huck's channel

omg i just took a week to listen to serial thank you for the great podcast was hooked instantly now im back!! ty

Jul 15th
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Jennifer Arabella

huck's channel haha, that's good!

Jul 16th
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Ellis Nobles

Guys, people who look more deeply into this case tend to believe that Adnan is guilty. I haven't gone through all of the documents/records myself, but please at least take a look online (like on Reddit) and read the arguments from people who believe in Adnan's guilt.

Jul 15th
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Apple Betty

My question is why is it so hard to believe that someone invented a device that detects human remains? How do you think every other type of device or technology began? This doctor could very well be on to something and people need to be more open minded and objective, rather than jumping on the bandwagon. The police are hiding something in my opinion if nothing has been spoken of in 7 months, and the fact that the officers report was never located in the beginning. The fire chief had inside connections apparently.

Jul 15th
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Chelsea Zielinski

My uterus is cringing.

Jul 15th
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Apple Betty

Interesting that the first "bag" that was found in the small pond was turned over to police and they took it, whereas the second backpack wasn't taken seriously until they revealed the contents of it. Just a side thought.

Jul 15th
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Angela Garcia

you go from Arizona to Texas. why not stop in New Mexico?? I could help set up the venue

Jul 15th
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Jo Hyun

I'm sure Britt is a very wonderful and sweet person, and I can imagine she does a ton of work behind the scenes for the show, but her commentary doesn't add anything. It actually ruins it and it's incredibly distracting. I'm always taken away from the story and wonder 'what was the point of saying that?' and why do the interjections always sound so scripted? The show would be a thousand times better with one narrator, similar to Casefiles.

Jul 14th
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