DiscoverEvidence Locker True Crime
Evidence Locker True Crime

Evidence Locker True Crime

Author: Evidence Locker True Crime

Subscribed: 12,528Played: 481,008
Share

Description

A podcast made by hard-core True Crime fans. Somewhat grungy and grimy, we bring you stories from all the dark corners of the globe.
165 Episodes
Reverse
Devoted family man, 34-year-old Tim Bosma left his home with two strangers who posed as potential buyers for his pickup truck. He was never seen again. In the weeks that followed, police uncovered a heartless murder, committed for the thrill of it. Tim’s killer was a wealthy playboy who was out to push the boundaries, and ultimately, to see if he could get away with murder. He didn’t. Support Tim’s Tribute: https://timstribute.ca/  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page
Athens police arrested a local taxi driver, on suspicion of murder. To their surprise, he confessed that it was not his first murder. Between 1987 and 1996, Dimitris Vakrinos murdered five people and attempted to kill another seven. He killed or attacked anyone who crossed him, no matter who they were. Because of his varied methods of murder and the fact that his victims were all different, police were unaware that a serial killer was active in the ancient city.  Special thanks: VK For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
On Friday the 13th of January 2017, 20-year-old Birna Brjánsdóttir went out to a nightclub in downtown Reykjavik. She left in the early morning hours of Saturday but never made it home. 8 days later, her body washed up on a beach. CCTV footage showed Birna’s last moments, as she disappeared in the car of an unknown person. Special thanks: Hildur Sif Thorarensen For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page
On a gloomy November afternoon in 1966, 49-year-old Dr Helen Davidson, a beloved GP, was bashed to death in Hodgemoor Wood while birdwatching. Her body was found the following day and as soon as news of her murder hit her hometown the rumour mill began to churn. Who would kill the beloved doctor? Did she stumble across something she shouldn’t have seen? Or was the murder personally motivated – what was at play: jealousy, vengeance perhaps? To this day, the case with more suspects than convictions remains unsolved. It is a true murder mystery, a whodunnit that played out rather more like an Agatha Christie mystery than a real-life crime. Sponsor: Trip CBD: To take a TRIP to happy days go to drink-trip.com. Get 15% off your first order (with free shipping), use the code: EVIDENCE15.  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
On the morning of January 27, 2015, three members of the Van Breda family were found dead at their luxury home in Stellenbosch. Two of the children survived: 16-year-old Marli was at the brink of death and 20-year-old Henri only suffered minor injuries. The crime scene was a blood bath, and Henri described an attack by an axe-wielding madman wearing a mask. But police suspected the Van Breda’s surviving son knew more than he was letting on. Sponsor: Trip CBD: To take a TRIP to happy days go to drink-trip.com. Get 15% off your first order (with free shipping), use the code: EVIDENCE15.  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
Frank Sheridan promised his Russian wife Katerina heaven and earth if she moved to America with him, but when she arrived, her life became a living hell. Frank forced her to stay at home to cook and clean for him and to provide him with sex. When Katerina managed to escape, he stalked her and even framed her for a crime she did not commit. Frank was prepared to take extreme measures to prevent Katerina from moving on with her life. Sponsors: Beer52 - the most popular craft beer discovery club. Go to ​www.beer52.com/Evidence ​to claim your free case of 8 craft beers! Best Fiends - A world on your Mobile. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
19-year-old Royal Marine Alan Addis disappeared under mysterious circumstances while serving in the Falkland Islands in August 1980. Did he drown, or did he wander off into the wilderness and succumb to the elements. Or was Addie a victim of foul play? To date, no trace of him has ever been found. Promo: The Next Call Listen to Noel's interview with David Ridgen For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
In the month of July, we are celebrating Evidence Locker’s third birthday and our 150th episode. For the last episode in our Blockbuster series, we explore the true crime case behind the Australian Noir film, Snowtown. John Bunting, Robert Wagner and James Vlassakis committed a series of brutal murders in Adelaide between 1992 and 1999. The remains of eight victims were found in six acid-filled barrels in a disused bank vault in the small town of Snowtown, which is why the case is known as Snowtown (or the 'Bodies in the Barrels' case). A possible 12 people lost their lives to the group, who were on a mission to ‘cleanse’ society. Their victims were all known to them: neighbours, friends, family…  Warning:  This episode contains references to child abuse and details of severe torture of adult victims by homophobic killers and would not be suitable for sensitive listeners. For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
In the month of July, we are celebrating Evidence Locker’s third birthday and our 150th episode. With this in mind, we decided on a Blockbuster theme. This week we look into the true crime case behind Steven Spielberg’s film, Munich. Palestinian militant group Black September took nine 11 members of the Israeli Olympic team hostage during the Summer Olympics of 1972. The world watched as events unfolded, and it ended in the death of all the hostages and a German police officer, as well as five of the eight terrorists. To avenge their murders, Operation Wrath of God was born, a covert mission to take out everyone who had played a part in the Munich Massacre. For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
This week we explore the second case in our Blockbuster series. Before Academy Award-winning film Parasite, director Bong Joon Ho made Memories of Murder, inspired by the 1986-1991 Hwaseong Serial Murders. The film was released in 2003, with the hope of keeping the unsolved case alive. More than 30 years after the first murder, DNA evidence pointed to a man who was already in prison, serving a life sentence for killing his sister-in-law. Special thanks: SJ For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page   This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.  
Noel has a phone conversation with David Ridgen about his new podcast series, The Next Call. David, of course, is the creator of the popular podcast series, Someone Knows Something. The Next Call is his new investigative podcast, brought to you by CBC Podcasts.  In The Next Call, David tackles unsolved cases through strategic phone calls. From the victim's family members to potential suspects, the investigation unfolds with The Next Call.  The first case in the series is about the disappearance of 15-year-old Melanie Ethier who vanished in the early morning of September 1996. She had a short walk home, but she never made it, and her family is still searching for answers.  Catch a sneak peek into this series at the end of the phone call with Noel. More The Next Call episodes are available at: smarturl.it/thenextcall
In the month of July, we are celebrating Evidence Locker’s third birthday and our 150th episode. In the spirit of celebration, we decided on a blockbuster theme. To kick things off, we look into the true crime case behind the film, The French Connection, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Film Editing, and Best Writing in 1971. The French Connection was a real-life case, during which a team of investigators busted a drug-smuggling ring into the USA in the early 1960s. Sponsors: Best Fiends - Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page  This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
Archibald Hall, also known as Roy Fontaine, used his position as a butler in aristocratic homes to gain access to valuable antiques and jewellery, which he stole and sold. He was a conman and a thief who, when things heated up, turned to murder. His flamboyant persona fooled those closest to him, and in the end, no one was safe in the company of the Monster Butler.  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page   This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
In May 1987, Ken Parks walked into a Toronto police station, covered with blood. He was horrified and confused and told the duty officer that he may have hurt someone. As it turned out, Ken was asleep when he beat and stabbed his mother-in-law to death. Because he was not awake when he committed the brutal crime, he was acquitted. His case made Canadian legal history and people are still divided on the issue.   For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page   This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.  
When Glory Chau and Moon Siu’s 28-year-old son invited them to his new apartment, they were delighted. They had had a disagreement about his future and thought the invitation was his attempt to make things right. Their son led them into the apartment block in Tai Kok Tsui just before 1 pm, but they never left the building again… Sponsors: Best Fiends - A world on your Mobile. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Download Best Fiends FREE on the Apple App Store or Google Play Trip CBD: To take a TRIP to happy days go to drink-trip.com. Get 15% off your first order (with free shipping), use the code: EVIDENCE.  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
Between 1945 and 1950, five people vanished in the Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont. A 74-year-old hunting guide, an 18-year-old sophomore college student and a 68-year-old war veteran, an 8-year-old boy and a 53-year-old lady all disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Were the cases related, or was it a coincidence? The area has been dubbed ‘The Devil’s Triangle’ or ‘The Bennington Triangle’ and theories about what happened to these missing people are wild and varied.  Sponsor: Trip CBD: To take a TRIP to happy days go to drink-trip.com. Get 15% off your first order (with free shipping), use the code: EVIDENCE.  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
In January 1983, one of Puerto Rico’s most famous television and radio personalities was found dead in the trunk of his burnt-out Mercedes Benz. At the time of his death, Luis was going through a bitter divorce from soap opera star, Lydia Echevarría. It did not take law enforcement long to find their first suspect. The case was a media circus, and everyone watched as it unfolded, like a real-life, true crime-of-passion drama. For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
Michael Telling came from one of the wealthiest families in all of England. When he married Californian beauty Monika Zumsteg, they moved into an opulent estate in Buckinghamshire. The couple’s life looked like the stuff dreams were made of. Then one day, out of the blue, Monika left. Michael hired a private investigator to find his wife, to no avail. Five months later, 170 miles away from the Telling home, a motorist stumbled upon a grisly scene in the woods.  Special Thanks to Sally and John from True Crime Investigators UK. Listen to their episode about the Tellings at http://truecrimeinvestigators.co.uk/ For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
In the summer of 1960, four teenagers went camping at Lake Bodom. In the pre-dawn hours, an unknown assailant attacked them inside their tent, slashing them with a knife and hitting them with a blunt object. Of the four, only 18-year-old Nils Gustafsson survived, narrowly escaping death. 45 years later, he was charged with killing his friends, but acquitted. To this day, the mystery of what happened at Lake Bodom on that sultry night haunts the people of Finland. Special thanks: Pahan Äärellä Podcast For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page   This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
18-year-old Mathilde left home with her boyfriend, two cousins and three friends to go to Tek’Noz, a three-day festival on farmland in Brittany. The group looked out for each other and checked in constantly. But by Sunday morning Mathilde was nowhere to be found. At the same time, Gendarmes were hoping to identify the body of a young woman found at the edge of the woods. Once they made the link, the search for the killer was on. More than 40,000 people attended the teknival and finding the perpetrator would be no small feat.   For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page   This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.
loading
Comments (137)

💋🎭🗝

Her so called “husband”?

Aug 25th
Reply

J Jo

Amazing movie. Brilliant acting and quality writing. I love Bong and his movies. 👍👍👍

Aug 21st
Reply

Bo Kelley

What in God's name is wrong with some of these women....Can they not live 5 minutes without having to be up a man's ass? And not one but got with 2 men online, without knowing anything about these people. The best thing that this woman could have done, was to NOT move in with another man or keep dating. She should have taken the time to mend her life, stay where she was. and gotten her OWN place to live. She was getting help to mend the problem with her ex husband. Her focus should have been that. Not looking for"love" online. A woman with common sense knows that love doesn't. there. Thank You.

Aug 9th
Reply (1)

Megan Langreck

horrible terrifying case that is all too similar to other famous crimes: the Dutroux case, the Gacy case, and the Dean Corll case, the Junko Furuta case, the Lake/Ng case, and the Hello Kitty case. Please do NOT try to justify these monsters' states of mind by attributing it to their histories of abuse. That is STIGMATIZING, and abuse victims are already stigmatized - with truism like " this % of abusers were abused themselves", etc. These guys are sadists, psychopaths, sociopaths, etc. and such people are all too free to operate unhindered in this world because we keep on pretending they aren't real. Of course they started their practice with victims no one would miss.

Jul 30th
Reply

꧁WupperElfe꧂

Snowtown - which has only been dealt with in a million other podcasts 😕! Gee, thanks.

Jul 27th
Reply

The Everyday Bombshell

Dan is a liar. you don't have to speak a lot of Spanish to understand "si" or "no", so when he asked if he could leave anyone with an IQ of above 70 can figure out the answer to that. Also, he did NOTHING to cooperate to help his room mate when arrested. His conduct proves he is guilty. What a POS. He could have allowed himself to be questioned by Honduran police on Australian soil with Australian police present with an Australian lawyer present and provided evidence to help his roommate. I believe secretly he wanted his roommate to be found guilty.

Jun 28th
Reply

💋🎭🗝

Mr. parks here, played his cards right. he knew enough to drive, he knew he killed, not hurt, 2 people....he had plenty of time to plan it all. I have been messed up, sleep deprived and slept too much and I have never thought of killing anyone.....Lets give Mr. parks a ✋ hand.Well done.

Jun 21st
Reply (1)

The Everyday Bombshell

Im Puerto Rican. This guy got my butt whooped for me by my grandma. When I was 4, I copied the whole Sube Nebe Sube deal and tried to climb up the iron trellis garage door. It is the only time she ever spanked me. I was only 13 when he was killed but I probably should've been a suspect, I was still mad about his show causing me to get my butt whooped. 😂

Jun 8th
Reply (1)

Cristina Corales

Biting the policeman's bum??

May 14th
Reply

The Everyday Bombshell

Sebastian is a sicko who deserves nothing less than the death penalty, but his girlfriend and mother are also guilty. Life in prison so they can work on their issues. Xenia may have been groomed but she knew what she was doing was wrong and she has to pay for that. The mother is a pile of shit that helped create a monster and then abetted him in his life of debauchery. both women should have to watch Sebastian die. I have very little sympathy for Xenia (while she was a victim to an extent, she had many chances to get away from him) and absolutely none for the mom. And you are dumb as hell if you don't think the mom was helping Sebastian cover up the crime.

Apr 6th
Reply

Judi Carolina

makes you wonder what goes on in some minds‼️😠⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Mar 31st
Reply

Joe Kerr

6mins in first bunch of ads

Mar 25th
Reply

o.

Very sad for the family.

Mar 17th
Reply

꧁WupperElfe꧂

She had 200 lovers and was glamorous?! Huh... I need new glasses...

Mar 14th
Reply

꧁WupperElfe꧂

The girls with the similar name were called Ljuba, not Ljubov... Slavic female names tend to end with a or e, not a consonant.

Feb 21st
Reply

Aflacbird

Great program 👍

Feb 8th
Reply

Steve Dronzewski

What's with the audio editing? It's unbearable.

Feb 8th
Reply

Tommy Larsen

15 minutes in and 3 commercials? sorry bro, you had me the first half of this podcast, but know its waaaay to much commercials. I know people need cash, but goddammit.

Jan 18th
Reply (1)

Joe Kerr

first ads immediately,second ads 5 minutes in. get this so called podcast so far to fcuk. ads interrupted by a story. amateur hour. don't waste your time,had to turn it off with all.the awful ads for awful products. unsubscribe and listen to other better ones,plenty out there.

Jan 18th
Reply (5)

M

this was such a weird confusing case. I can't figure out why Susan would try to meet up with the guy who was stalking her? this didn't make sense to me

Dec 21st
Reply
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store