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Can't get enough true crime? Join two attorneys as they dive deep into the gritty details of true crime stories. Listen to true crime cases you have never heard before and the classic tales you hate to love. From serial killers to deadly stalkers, Crimes & Consequences covers them all in graphic detail.
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In March 1991, 11-year-old Junny Rios-Martinez won a kite-flying contest. Due to this award, Junny’s photo appeared in a local newspaper called Florida Today. Junny and his family had no idea that this public recognition would ultimately lead to an elaborate scheme to kidnap and kill him. Listen to this week’s episode to find out more.
In 1996, Rachel Timmerman filed rape charges against a monster named Marvin Gabrion. As the trial approached, witnesses came up missing. Then Rachel disappeared along with her baby after going out on a date. She had no idea that the date was part of an elaborate murder plot by a serial killer. Three letters, written in Rachel's own handwriting, were mailed to her father and the prosecutor shortly following her disappearance. Then, a month later, Rachel's dead body was found and details revealed she died a horrific and terrifying death. What did the letters say? What happened to Rachel Timmerman and the four other victims of serial killer Marvin Gabrion? Listen to find out more!Help support our podcast by joining our Members Only Patreon Group where you can get access to all of our Online-Only episodes, early releases, ad-free episodes & more. Go to www.tntncrimes.com or patreon.com/tntcrimesFacebook & IG: @hardcoretruecrimeSources:Court recordsThe Color of Night by John Timmerman
On Saturday, May 16, 1987, 14-year-old Alecia and 12-year old Monica were on their way to shoot an anti-drug video in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. They were teen models who were hired through Showcase Models by a photographer. The video shoot was supposed to only last for one day, however, Alecia and Monica had a terrifying weekend they would never forget. The man who had hired them for the video said his name was Mark—but he was actually serial killer Herb Coddington. Listen to this week’s episode to find out more.IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeTicTok: TruecrimepodcastJoin our Patreon Members Only and get over 50 exclusive episodes, plus commercial-free, early releases and access to our LIVE episodes.Sources:Court recordshttps://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/coddington-herbert.htmhttps://www.tahoedailytribune.com/news/supreme-court-upholds-death-penalty-for-tahoe-killer/
In 2017, 25-year-old Jenna Van Gelderen disappeared while house-sitting at her parent's home. Her car was found two weeks later abandoned on the side of the road in Atlanta, Georgia. During that year, Jenna started hanging around a new group of friends, some with sketchy pasts. Many of them have given false information to authorities or simply refused to talk. What are they hiding?Don't forget to click the FOLLOW/SUBSCRIBER button notifications of our weekly releases!IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.comIf you have any information on this case please call 404-577-TIPS or email FINDJENNANOW@GMAIL.COMFacebook: @helpfindjennavgHelp support Crimes & Consequences by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you get access to Exclusive Members Only Episodes, Early Releases, LIVE Episodes & More!Sources: https://www.facebook.com/HelpFindJennaVG/Twitter: #jennacaseWebsleuths: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/ga-jenna-van-gelderen-25-atlanta-18-aug-2017-5.477847/Oxygen Channel: https://www.oxygen.com/searching-for/what-happened-jenna-van-gelderen-things-know-case-atlantaThe Vanish Podcast: http://www.thevanishedpodcast.com/episodes/2017/12/21/episode-105-jenna-van-gelderen-
On April 22, 1999, the bodies of Mary Kopatz, and her 3-year-old daughter, Carley were found in the Kopatz’s family van, parked in a parking lot about a mile from their home. The crime scene inside the van seemed to have been staged to make it look like a robbery had occurred. Kim Kopatz, Mary’s husband and Carley’s father, reported Mary and Carley missing after Mary failed to show up to work. Listen to this week’s episode to find out what happened to Mary and Carley and who was responsible for their deaths--the motive will make you sick.IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrime
In 1983, four American Jehovah's Witnesses inadvertently knocked on the door of drug lord Ernesto Fonseca. Paranoid they were undercover DEA agents, he had his henchmen (one being El Chapo) kidnap, torture, rape, murder, and dismember them. Then, a month later, two American tourists walked into a seafood restaurant for dinner, unaware that it had been reserved for a cartel party. The tourists were also kidnapped, tortured, and murdered. But it was only when the Guadalajara Cartel kidnapped, tortured, and murdered DEA Agent Enrique Camarena, that the United States finally put an end to their murderous rampage.Help support us by going to www.tntcrimes.com or Patreon.com/tntcrimesIG: @hardcoretruecrimeFacebook: @hardcoretruecrimeSources: https://allthatsinteresting.com/kiki-camarena https://www.cnn.com/2013/08/22/justice/mexican-drug-lord-release-reaction/index.htmlhttps://www.wfaa.com/article/features/originals/el-chapo-may-face-new-charges-for-the-murder-of-six-americans-dea-agent/287-546210570https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1985-06-18-mn-3197-story.html https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/Digitization/121533NCJRS.pdf autopsyhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1985/03/08/blow-to-the-head-killed-dea-man-agents-say/9eaa3eb3-f586-4dfe-ac81-cde61e496642/ trial transcript machian https://www.supremecourt.gov/pdfs/transcripts/1991/91-712_04-01-1992.pdfhttps://reneverdugo.org/transcripts.html# verdugo transcriptshttps://reneverdugo.org/Camarena.html transcripts of torture and autopsy http://www.reneverdugo.org/pdf/Pleadings/9th%20Cir%2097-2929/Gov't%20Lodge%20Trans.pdf
EP67: The Secret Witness

EP67: The Secret Witness

2021-01-1843:203

The “Secret Witness” hotline was established in Shasta County, CA to take anonymous tips about crimes that occurred in the county. On the evening of June 19, 1985, a tip came in concerning a missing person, Averill Weeden. Averill disappeared on May 23, 1985, and the caller said he knew where Averill’s body was and wanted to know how much money he could get in exchange for this information. Listen to this week’s episode to find out more about what the Secret Witness knew and his connection to Averill’s disappearance—as well as other crimes.Help support us by becoming a member and getting exclusive episodes at www.patreon.com/tntcrimesVisit us at www. tntcrimes.comIG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrime
The media in Columbus, Georgia gave the name "The Stocking Strangler" to a serial killer in the area that preyed on elderly white women in 1978. In April of that year, a local newspaper and the police began receiving letters from an alleged vigilante group calling themselves "The Forces of Evil." This group warned that if the Stocking Strangler didn't stop killing caucasian "grannies" the Forces of Evil would begin killing African-American women. Within a few days, the brutal body of their first victim was discovered. Get Online Only Episodes, Early Releases, and access to LIVE episodes by going to www.tntcrimes.com or patreon.com/tntcrimesIG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeSources:https://www.ledger-enquirer.com/news/local/crime/article173756466.htmlhttps://www.ledger-enquirer.com/news/local/article194938679.htmlhttps://www.wtvm.com/story/17093915/dna-results-reveal-new-questions-in-columbus-stocking-strangler-case/https://www.ledger-enquirer.com/news/local/article205699234.html
On Halloween night 1984, Doreen Erbert was 8 months pregnant. She and her second husband, Charles were going to welcome a baby boy in about a month. Doreen and Charles were ecstatic at the prospect of being parents again, especially after they suffered pregnancy loss in the years prior. Doreen had also suffered the loss of her first child with her first husband in a terrible accident. After trick-or-treating with their 4-year-old daughter, Charles told Doreen he was going to run an errand and returned home after only 15 minutes. When Charles came home, he knew something was very wrong. The front door was ajar, and when Charles went further into the house, he found a scene straight out of a horror movie. Listen to this week’s episode to find out more.IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.com
In the 1970s there was someone lurking, stalking, and attacking women in the Metro Detroit area. The viciousness and brutality increased with each attack until women were ending up dead in truly grotesque ways. The attacks in Michigan ended in 1981 because the killer, later determined to be Coral Watts, decided the heat was getting too hot and moved to Texas to continue his killing spree. By the time he was caught, Coral Watts ended up admitting to over 100 murders. Listen to this week’s episode to learn about Carl Eugene “Coral” Watts,  one of the most prolific serial killers in American history.Don't forget to subscribe/follow us on your favorite app!IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.comHelp support Crimes & Consequences by becoming a member and getting all of our exclusive online episodes, access to live episodes, bonus content, and more by going to www.Patreon.com/tntcrimes You can get more information on this story by going to our website www.tntcrimes.comIG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastSources for this episode:Radford University, Dept. of Psychology ResearchMurderpedia.orgNY Times Article Coral Watts Serial Killer Podcast
A week before Christmas in 1983, Kathy Smith went shopping for gifts for her three children.  Later that evening, when she returned home in Philadelphia, she noticed the lights weren't working throughout most of the house.  She called her mother, who lived next door, and she came over with a flashlight.  Together, they went to the basement to see if a fuse was blown.  That's when their nightmare began...Thanks for subscribing/following us, it really helps!IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.com
Mark Kilroy and his friends decided to go on Spring Break 1989 to South Padre Island in Texas. In the midst of their partying, Mark and his friends decided to cross the American/Mexican border one night to check out the nightlife in Matamoros, Mexico. Little did they know but Matamoros was holding a secret—people were disappearing at an alarming rate. On the night of March 14, 1989, Mark’s friends lost him in the excitement of the night and reported him missing. When police finally uncovered what actually happened to Mark, it was a story that was unbelievable—one with black magic and the practices of Palo Mayombe at its core. Drug dealer and serial killer Adolfo Constanzo and his followers were running wild in Matamoros and they believed the more their victims suffered, the bigger the reward for the cult.  Listen to this week’s episode to find out what happened to Mark during the last hours of his life. IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.comDon't forget to subscribe/follow us on your favorite app!Sources for this episode:Aldolfo Constanzo--Murderpedia.comSara Aldrete--Murderpedia.comPavementPieces.com Article
Brittany Killgore was a beautiful 22-year-old woman married to Marine Cory Killgore.   Originally from Pennsylvania, she moved to Fallbrook, California, near the Camp Pendleton base.  While there, Cory got sent to Afghanistan and their marriage fell apart.  In 2012, she filed for divorce and started packing to move back east.  Before she left, she really wanted to go on a dinner cruise called the Hornblower that her best friend Liz told her about. Brittany Killgore knew Louis Perez, his girlfriend Dorothy Maraglino and her best friend Jessica Lopez, through Liz.  Louis, Dorothy and Jessica were into the BDSM lifestyle.  Together, they shared a dark fantasy of kidnap, rape, torture and murder.  On April 14, 2012, they decided to act out this fantasy.  They tricked Brittany into believing she was going on the dinner cruise with Louis, but it didn't take long for Brittany to realize something was very wrong.  Ten minutes after being picked up by Louis to go on the dinner cruise, she texted a friend "Help."  That was the last anyone ever heard from her. Don't forget to subscribe/follow us on your favorite app!IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.com
In the early morning hours of March 1, 2008, a call came into the local sheriff’s department that there had been a shooting at the Caffey family home in Alba, Texas. The deputy that responded to the call found the Caffey home ablaze when he got there. Where were the family members—dad Terry, mom, Penny, and their three children Erin, Matthew, and Tyler? Who set the fire? Listen to this week’s episode to find out the answers to all of these questions and more.IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.comDon't forget to subscribe/follow us on your favorite app!MurderpediaArticle in Texas Monthly By Pamela Colloff
The women of San Diego, California were near hysteria in 1990.  Headlines in the news read "Eerie Serial Killings Have San Diego Women on the Edge.”  A monster was breaking into the apartment of young women during the day and murdering them.  Six women were killed within one year, and dozens of others were burglarized.   In addition, a handful of women barely escaped the clutches of this serial killer.  A profile was developed by the FBI who determined the assailant was a "signature killer" who was also a piquerest.  Unbeknownst to the police, they had spoken with the murderer, Cleophus Prince, Jr. on multiple occasions, but he didn't fit the profile, so they never pursued him as a viable suspect. Listen to this episode of Crimes & Consequences to learn more about serial killer Cleophus Prince, Jr. Don't forget to subscribe/follow us on your favorite app!IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.com
From May 1979 to November 1984, there were six unsolved throat-slashing killings in the San Diego area. The police arrested a man and while he was in jail awaiting his trial, the throat slasher struck again. However, this victim, who was left for dead on the side of the road, survived her injuries and was able to help authorities capture the real killer and end his throat-slashing spree.Don't forget to subscribe/follow us on your favorite app!IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.com
During a cold, wintery week in December 2002, brothers Reginald and Jonathan Carr decided to go on a crime spree that ended with 5 people dead and 2 others mentally scarred for life. The Carr Brothers’ final heinous act ended on December 15, where they shot 5 friends execution-style in a soccer field in Wichita, Kansas. The brothers failed to make sure their victims were all dead, and one of the women survived. The survivor told a traumatizing story of being raped, and forced rape between victims. If it wasn’t for this eyewitness, we may have never known all the details of the Wichita Massacre. Listen to this week's episode: The Wichita Massacre.Don't forget to hit the Subscribe/Follow Button-IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.com
Almost every true crime addict knows about the infamous Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee. However, most people have never heard of Louisiana’s other serial killer: Nathaniel Code. Nathaniel had a unique ritual that linked him to at least eight murders but his true victim count is estimated to be double that amount. What made his crimes so unique that even the FBI had never seen anything like that before? Listen now to find out. IG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeGet exclusive Online-Only and Ad-Free Episodes: www.Patreon.com/tntcrimeswww.tntcrimes.comAlmost every true crime addict knows about the infamous Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee.  However, most people have never heard of Louisiana’s other serial killer: Nathaniel Code.  Nathaniel Code had a unique ritual that linked him to at least eight murders but his true victim count is estimated to be double that amount.  What made his crimes so unique that even the FBI had never seen anything like that before?  Listen now to find out.Support us by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you can get all exclusive online-only episodes.  You can also listen to the episodes on our website: www.tntcrimes.comFind us on Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastTwitter: @tntcrimespod
EP51: The Dark Strangler

EP51: The Dark Strangler

2020-09-2852:463

Earle Nelson was the first serial killer in the U.S. to get widespread media notoriety throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia. During 1926-27, he killed at least 22 people, and most of them were classified as “sex murders”—meaning Earle derived sexual pleasure during the killing. Earle denied responsibility for the murders until his last dying breath—which was taken at the gallows of San Quentin Prison. Listen to this week’s episode to learn more about Earle’s depraved and horrendous crimes and what ultimately lead to his capture.Almost every true crime addict knows about the infamous Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee. However, most people have never heard of Louisiana’s other serial killer: Nathaniel Code. Nathaniel had a unique ritual that linked him to at least eight murders but his true victim count is estimated to be double that amount. What made his crimes so unique that even the FBI had never seen anything like that before? Listen now to find out. SOURCES: MURDERPEDIA.COM
Imagine being attacked and calling 911 during it.  Would you feel a spark of hope that you might be saved? Deanna Cook was on the phone with 911 for 17 minutes, but due to mishaps with the system, the police didn’t arrive until almost an hour later.  When they got there, no one came to the door, so they left.  Three days later her concerned family went to her house looking for her only to discover her body floating in the bathtub.  This is the heartbreaking story of the death of Deanna Cook. Almost every true crime addict knows about the infamous Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee. However, most people have never heard of Louisiana’s other serial killer: Nathaniel Code. Nathaniel had a unique ritual that linked him to at least eight murders but his true victim count is estimated to be double that amount. What made his crimes so unique that even the FBI had never seen anything like that before? Listen now to find out. Get Exclusive Members Only, Ad-Free episodes at www.tntcrimes.com or www.patreon.com/tntcrimesIG & Facebook: @hardcoretruecrimeSOURCES: DATELINE AND THE COURT DOCUMENTS
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Suzanne L

Here is a tip ladies, If you are what say, please for all, come across as such. The presentation is lacking, in ways of respect, mature vernacular, and more. What is humorous to both of you, is very offensive to me. Grow up. This is all wrong. The comments that are made are so hypocritical or comes across as that.

Feb 27th
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Bradley Lee

This is by far one of my favorite podcasts!

Jan 20th
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Mike H

This is one of the most horrible crimes I have ever heard of.

Dec 2nd
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Draakje 82

what a horrible case. did not hear it before.

Oct 12th
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Mike H

It's hard to believe that human beings can do this to each other. Pure evil of the lowest type.

Oct 12th
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Mike H

We ALL judge. Saying "I'm not judging" doesn't change that. Otherwise, another great episode.

Sep 30th
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Mike H

On the "stealing the 401k" she may have talking him into cashing his in for something she wanted before dumping him.

Sep 1st
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Mike H

Not only evil to the core, these two were sick as it gets. Hard to imagine people being this warped.

Aug 31st
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ID19479856

Dude, this is freaking awesome!!! You guys rock, seriously! I love the fact that you provide so many details yet keep it simple! You girls bring the case to life, and I can’t get enough! Keep crushing it!

Aug 20th
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Alana Capelj

Great podcast! So glad I found this amazing podcast!!! Most of these stories I’ve never heard before, keep up the good work!

Aug 20th
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BreeAnna Branson

this 911 operater has me red hot with fury! She has to be the dumbest person!! Harolds daughter literally talked to the 911 operater fpr 2 seconds and they knew what to do!

Aug 10th
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Samantha Hyatte

first time hearing your podcast, it's great. subscribed :)

Aug 8th
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Arelilly

I love this podcast!! It feels like my friend or someone I know is telling me this story! And I like how it’s in sequential order so you can really get a full understanding. Some of the things these criminals do is indeed horrifying but some things are just plain stupid and laughable! I’ve recommended this to my friends !

Aug 1st
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ID19305203

What in the world are these narrators chuckling about? Super insensitive and childish. Especially since the details warn about extreme graphic content. “hog market”...really? That was funny to you? Completely loathe people who are not taking their podcasts seriously. Goofing around and being sarcastic. Complete garbage and can’t get into the story because of the clowns reading at story time. Stop the laughing and nonchalant banter because you will lose listeners and will not grow your podcast audience...good bye and good riddance...sheesh.

Jul 31st
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Brooke Venning

omg it's really annoying that she makes her sentences sound like questions.

Jul 31st
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MX

Did you say “supposeably”????

Jul 27th
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Draakje 82

so sad that the girls probably thought multiple times that someone would help them, with all those people that drove by.

Jul 15th
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Draakje 82

really liked it that I never heard of this case before.

Jun 16th
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hamptonsjoy

I usually lean towards more 'news-reporty', less chatty true crime pods but I have to say I truly enjoy listening to these ladies. I love the off the cuff reactions to the details of the story. I find myself reacting almost exactly the same way! Their accents are awesome, too! Love, Love, Love them!

May 29th
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Lorie Merrill

these girls are so juvenile. .never listening again. nothing about these stories a comical!

Mar 14th
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