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Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
The Mad Gasser of Mattoon
The Lady of The Dunes
The Murder of Jared Bridegan
Introducing COLD: The Search for Sheree
The Strip Search Caller
Wondery Presents: Stolen Hearts
Wondery Presents: Frozen Head
Introducing Suspect: Vanished in the Snow
The Murder of Michael Griffey
Q&A Episode 2022
Billy Mansfield Jr
The Moscow, Idaho Murders
One of the most ridiculous cases ever. The guilible, stupid and perverted managers who carried out the sexual assaults are as disgusting as the pervert on the phone. I wonder if all those men who were happy to carry out the searches of teenage girls would have been quite so eager if the caller told them to strip all the male employees, bend them over and do a cavity search on their arses? They'd have soon questioned it then. They wanted to violate those girls. Sick bastards.
binged listened and love it, great story and well told 🥳
I had the same reaction to In N Out 😂 I was so excited and it was so 🤮🤮
The West Mesa/Amber Tuccaro connection makes zero sense whatsoever if you actually know the Tuccaro details. Not to mention the voices are nothing alike.
I can only listen to the first 8.35 mins unknown error! anyone else having problems?
If she stopped to check on them, why didn't she leave a note with the number instead of calling and waking them up?
Saskatchewan is far from being the 'most populated province in Canada'. In fact, it's probably the most sparsely populated.
this case could be compared more with the case of Nicole Morin than with the case of Asha Degree. it is also possibly more comparable to the case of Christine Jessop. In my opinion the stronger similar risk to these girls was dangerous scummy neighbors, and Tamra, being poor, living in a rough neighborhood, and surrounded by drug addled adults, would have statistically been more vulnerable to this particular danger even than Nicole Morin or Christine Jessop.