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Author: Wondery | Sun Sentinel

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Beyond the beaches, the theme parks, the palm trees and the warm breezes lies the dark side of the Sunshine State. Wondery and the South Florida Sun Sentinel present a true-crime podcast that bring you stories of some of Florida’s most notorious and stunning crimes. Hosted by EmmaKate Austin, Season 2 will take you through some of the darkest corners we’ve explored yet. New episodes are coming Oct. 2 and will be released every Tuesday. Visit FeloniousFlorida.com.

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In 2000, Pablo Ibar was convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of Butch Casey, Sharon Anderson and Marie Rogers. Years later, he won an appeal and is now facing a new jury, hoping to win his freedom 24 years after his arrest. Felonious Florida will be there every day of this new trial. Look for updates on social media and in an upcoming special bonus episode. Generation Why: The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Sit down with two friends, Aaron and Justin, who break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies. Find the episodes at wondery.fm/genwhy
Introducing Felonious Florida

Introducing Felonious Florida

2018-03-2000:01:5410

A true-crime podcast series that explores some of Florida’s most notorious and chilling crimes. Reported and hosted by Lisa Arthur and Juan Ortega, veteran reporters for the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Premieres April 3 with a look at the Casey's Nickelodeon Murders of 1994 and the unsolved Boca Raton Mall Murders in 2007. Subscribe today to be the first to hear Felonious Florida. Visit FeloniousFlorida.com.
THE EXECUTIONS | 1

THE EXECUTIONS | 1

2018-04-0300:29:5739

Casimir Sucharsky Jr. — or Butch Casey, as he's known — is the flashy, well-known owner of the popular South Florida nightclub Casey’s Nickelodeon. After a night out at his bar in June 1994, he invites two young, attractive women back to his house for an after-hours party. As they share a bottle of wine, two intruders with a machine gun burst into the house and slay all three. Police discover the crime has been caught on a remarkable, 22-minute surveillance video. What they see on the tape is brutal and terrifying — and sets investigators on a frantic chase for suspects. Subscribe today so you don’t miss an episode. Visit FeloniousFlorida.com.Thank you to our sponsors: Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaZipRecruiter — Try the smartest way to hire for free at www.ZipRecruiter.com/florida
It's the murder case that launched the Felonious Florida podcast in 2018. There's been a verdict in the trial of Pablo Ibar, accused of murdering Butch Casey, Sharon Anderson and Marie Rogers in South Florida in 1994. It's the fifth time a jury has considered evidence against a suspect in the brutal home invasion — but this time, it's not the remarkable 22-minute video recording of the murders that's the key to the case. There's new evidence against Pablo. Will his high-powered defense team find a way to overcome it?Be sure to listen to Episodes 1-4 of the first season of the show before listening to this update — start with the episode titled The Executions.
The Encino Murders, Part 1 | 1

The Encino Murders, Part 1 | 1

2018-10-0200:36:3216

On a warm summer night in August 2009, an intruder shot Camile Hamilton in the face inside a suburban Florida home. A staggering 14 hours after the attacker fled, Camile wakes up — barely alive and with a bullet still inside her neck. Three others, including Camile’s teenage daughter, are dead. The crime scene is brutal and complicated, and neighbors didn't see anything. The search is on for a killer.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
Camile Hamilton is starting to remember what happened to her that brutal night in August 2009. A tiny piece of evidence and a series of breaks leads the Encino Street triple murder investigation to a homeless man with a criminal history named Kevin Pratt. But our investigative reporter finds inconsistencies in Camile's recollections that lead to questions about how reliable they are. And there's one more major disappointment for investigators.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
The Encino Murders, Part 3 | 3

The Encino Murders, Part 3 | 3

2018-10-0900:54:1414

In the conclusion of The Encino Murders, Camile Hamilton confronts Kevin Pratt after an in-person lineup — and the encounter is explosive. Kevin insists he didn’t kill anybody, but when the DNA evidence gets stronger he faces the death penalty. As the years go on, problems with the investigation are uncovered — and suddenly, the case against Kevin isn’t as strong as once thought.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
The text came in to Paul Edwards’ cell phone from his girlfriend, Lisa Spence. “Just wait till I got better,” it said. But it wasn’t so much what the text said, but that it had been sent at all. A month earlier, in October 2009, Lisa had vanished after a night shift at a beauty supply store and hadn’t been seen again. When other friends and family start getting texts from Lisa, police begin to wonder if Lisa was actually the person sending the texts, or whether this case was more than a simply missing person.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
Police looking into the disappearance of Lisa are convinced there's foul play involved. With nothing else to go on, they devise an unusual plan to crack the case. Within days, their text from the grave pays off — it leads them to a gruesome discovery in an empty field near Miami and to the man they say brutally murdered Lisa Spence.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
When Marlene Warren answered a morning knock on her front door on Memorial Day weekend in 1990, a clown delivering flowers and balloons was smiling back at her. But her delight instantly turned to horror when the clown pulled a gun and put a bullet in her face. Police jumped on the trail of the killer clown almost immediately, and our reporters found that the investigation led them into the darkest corners of the Sunshine State — from loansharking and drug smuggling to prostitution and seedy affairs. But as a mountain of circumstantial evidence piled up and two possible suspects emerged, the case went ice cold.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
The early days of the search for the killer clown focus on Marlene Warren's husband, Michael, and the repo woman who worked on his used car lot, Sheila Keen. There appeared to be motive: An insurance payout, investment properties, a lavish home and an affair. But there's little or no hard evidence. As Michael goes to prison for illegal activities on his lot, the investigation into his wife's murder goes ice cold. Until 27 years later, when the secret lives of a married Virginia couple are exposed, and the alleged killer clown is finally unmasked.See photos, video and read more about the Encino Murders at FeloniousFlorida.comThank you to our sponsors:Audible — Get a 30-day trial and a free audiobook when you visit them at www.audible.com/floridaSimpliSafe — Get your home security system with no hidden fees or contracts at www.SimpliSafe.com/florida
Comments (36)

Nicole Heath

Why are we jumping from part one to the verdict update in episodes?

Nov 9th
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Jason Gross

Please someone correct me if I'm wrong, but, I did some digging, and it seems certain episodes have been placed behind paywalls (s1e2 through s1e6). I believe that's why only s1e1 is available.

Aug 25th
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Jeannette Sanchez

Where are episodes 2-4 of the Casey’s Nickelodeon murders?

Jun 18th
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Patrick's Mom

why is there only 2 of 5 episodes on the disappearance of Lisa Spence & then y'all just move on to the next story..... Sup w/that?

May 26th
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7 small mangoes

why did y'all talk about this girl getting married and having at kid before age 15 as if that's normal and ok? "she got married exceptionally young" it's illegal to marry and have sex with a14/15 year old there's clearly a LOT more going on here. which parent is cool with their 14/15 year old daughter getting married and having kids??

Apr 13th
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7 small mangoes

no season 3?? :(

Apr 13th
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Michael Johnson

Seth P. is on some Bulls**t, what the hell was he doing in that courtroom? Why does he feel so strongly that he needs to hear what's going on with Pablo? I've listened to a lot of BSers in my time and his monologue about being in that courtroom before he testified was a goodbye stream of crap.

Jan 23rd
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South FL Mud Club

I was a personal friend of Nancy. I just wish they would find their killer. tears my heart this time of year...:(

Dec 7th
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jerrbear

where the rest of the episodes

Dec 3rd
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bob caygeon

Whats up with the armored Mercedes found in the victims garage? It was mentioned in 1st episode.

Oct 19th
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Casey Battersby

These 2 detectives are morons.

Oct 13th
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bob caygeon

Stoked for season 2.

Sep 20th
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Doug Lincecum

oh u witch

Aug 12th
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GHOST FISH KILLA

I can make a podcast with my phone so no it doesn't cost money to produce

Jul 1st
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JStone

podcasts are not tv, they cost next to nothing to produce...so stick your ads up your ass.

Jun 11th
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bob caygeon

Finally an investigative podcast that gets it. Very well researched and presented. Objective statements from family members, investigators and media are a plus. This is much different from the distilled, biased claptrap spun by the likes of Serial.

Jun 9th
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Traci Fox

just listened to ep. 5 & 6! hate to say it, but I think I like these episodes better than the original ones :-)

May 10th
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Stone Roc

why so much commercials

Apr 24th
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Ashley E. Magnan

i just found this podcast, very interesting. good work.

Apr 14th
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Gerardo Peres

Los amigas

Apr 12th
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