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True Crime Podcast for the Armchair Detective at Heart
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Do you know the real story behind horror classics like Psycho, Silence of the Lambs, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Ed Gein loved his mother more than anything. So when she tragically died, what would this lead Ed to do? Check out a new podcast coming soon, Not Your Normal Murder https://notyournormalmurder.podbean.com/   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-34-halloween-special-ed-gein/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter, with special thanks to Deirdre Teichman. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
Dellen Millard

Dellen Millard

2019-09-2301:05:272

In 2013, Tim Bosma would go for a test drive with 2 strange men in a car he was hoping to sell. Tim would never be seen again. Soon, Dellen Millard and his best friend Mark Smich would be arrested for the murder. Evidence would start piling up against Dellen and Mark connecting them to Tim's murder. But evidence would also be found connecting Dellen and Mark to the disappearance of Dellen's former lover Laura Babcock, and the alleged suicide of Dellen's own father, Wayne. Were these 2 of Canada's worst serial killers, or was it all an attempt to explain 3 unrelated deaths? This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: dellen-millard-mark-smitch-and-the-murders-of-tim-bosma-laura-babcock-and-wayne-millard   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
The Hollywood Ripper

The Hollywood Ripper

2019-09-0943:362

Between 1993 and 2008, a series of brutal attacks would take place on 4 different women, seemingly completely unrelated. DNA would be found on one victim, but wasn't enough to press charges against the match. No direct evidence would be found in the next 2 cases, but the final attack would result in DNA, which matched the first case. Who was the match? Michael Gargiulo, who would be dubbed by the media-- The Hollywood Ripper. But with the lack of direct evidence, would a pattern be enough to secure a conviction? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233    This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-32-michael-gargiulu-aka-the-hollywood-ripper/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod and Komiku. All rights reserved.
The Beason Massacre

The Beason Massacre

2019-09-0256:391

On September 21st, 2009, five members of the Gee family would be brutally murdered: 46-year-old Rick and 39-year-old Ruth Gee, 16-year-old Justina Constant, 14-year-old Dillen Constant, and 11-year-old Austin Gee. 3-year-old Tabitha Gee was brutally attacked as well, but would survive her attack. A laptop was missing from the home, leading investigators to wonder if the attack had been a robbery gone wrong. But was it really a random robbery, or was it something much more personal? This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-31-the-murder-of-the-gee-family/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, AShamaluevMusic, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Reverend Richard Rossi

Reverend Richard Rossi

2019-08-1958:39

Episode #30 In June 1994, Reverend Richard Rossi and his wife Sherrie were traveling in tandem in separate vehicles. What happened next is up for debate, but Sherrie would end up on the side of the road severely beaten and fighting for her life. Richard would flee and when he eventually called the police, he would give bizarre stories about who had committed the assault against his wife. Initially Sherrie would accuse Richard of being the assailant, but eventually she recanted and claimed it was someone who looked like Richard who attacked her--possibly an evil spirit in human form. Would be found ultimately responsible for the attempted murder of Sherrie Rossi? Her own husband or the mysterious assailant? National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.wordpress.com/episode-30-the-trial-of-reverend-richard-rossi/2/?preview=true   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.  
Episode #29 In 2004, Kanika Powell was living in Maryland, working for the US government. One day, a man mysteriously came to her door pretending to be FBI. She sent him away, but two other men would come to her apartment on two other occasions pretending to deliver packages. Then, she would be brutally murdered, execution style. To this day her case goes unsolved. If you have any information about this case, call Prince George County Crimes Solvers at 1-866-411-8477. In October 2000, Diana Rojas was in the process of a messy divorce from her husband and custody battle, where Diana alleged her estranged husband was abusive. Then one day, Diana and her car mysteriously go missing, leaving behind no signs of a struggle, and no indication she planned to never come home. If anyone has any information about her disappearance, please call Long Beach police at (562) 570-7244.   National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-29-the-mysterious-murder-of-kanika-powell-the-mysterious-disappearance-of-diana-rojas/2/ This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Jeff Pelo

Jeff Pelo

2019-08-0555:35

Episode #28 In 2003, in Bloomington IL, the first of 4 serial rapes would happen which would terrify the community. But when a police officer finds a potential prowler outside a woman's home in the middle of the night, the true identity of who might be the serial rapist would shock everyone.  This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-28-jeff-pelo-and-the-case-of-the-serial-rapes/2/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.  
Episode #27 Four transgender women of color have been murdered in Dallas, TX since May 2018, but dozens are murdered all over the country every year. Is it the work of a serial killer, or something even more sinister? Today we talk about the brutal murders of Chynal Lyndsey, Muhlaysia Booker, Brittany White, Carla Patricia Flores-Pavon, Shade Schuler, and Janette Tovar.  https://transequality.org/ https://www.hrc.org/ https://www.glaad.org/ National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255 National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 T This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-27-the-dallas-transgender-serial-murders/ This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
Jennifer Lockmiller

Jennifer Lockmiller

2019-07-2201:01:04

Episode #26 On August 28th, 1993, college student Morgan Keefe went to check on her friend, 22-year-old college student Jennifer Lockmiller. They had had plans to hang out a few nights before, but Jennifer never showed. Over the next few days, Morgan tried to get in touch with Jennifer, to no avail. Finally, Morgan decided to go check on Jennifer. She arrived to the apartment on the campus of Illinois State University, and was able to let herself into the apartment through the unlocked front door. Morgan called out Jennifer’s name, but like the phone calls, she got no answer. She entered the bedroom, and that was when she saw what she will never forget.  National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255   National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-25-amanda-knox-and-the-murder-of-meredith-kercher/2/ This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox

2019-07-0801:33:00

Episode #25 In 2007, American student Amanda Knox arrived to Italy for school. 2 months later, her roommate would be brutally murdered, and Amanda and her boyfriend would be accused. While there was no direct evidence, her odd behavior and sex life would become the focus of the trial the whole world had their eyes on. Did Amanda and her boyfriend have anything to do with the murder? Or were they wrongly accused?   Special thank to Deirdre T. for her research and authorship of this episode, as well as co-hosting this episode!   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   This episode is owned by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
Alissa Turney

Alissa Turney

2019-07-0151:14

Episode #24 On May 17th, 2001, 17-year-old Alissa Turney would go to school as usual. Her dad Mike Turney picked her up early. According to him, they had a fight, and she ran away, never to be seen or heard from again. Eventually the case became a cold case. But years later, evidence would start to pile up, making family of friends of the Turney's feel very suspicious of Mike, and the claim that Alissa simply ran away.  Sarah's petition to bring justice for Alissa:  https://www.thepetitionsite.com/842/331/976/demand-michael-turney-go-to-trial-for-the-death-of-alissa-turney/ Tips:  Anyone with any information about any missing or unidentified persons case can contact the Phoenix Police Department. To submit tips, call 602-534-2121 and ask to speak with Detective Stuart Somershoe. Anonymous tips can be made by calling Silent Witness at 480-948-6377. This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-24-the-disappearance-of-alissa-turney/2/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
Episode #23 If you have not heard the first episode, go back and listen to episode 9. This episode is an update case on the Christensen trial for the murder of graduate student Ying Ying Zhang in June, 2017. Special thanks to our guest Quetzalli for joining us in this episode to discuss the case! This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-9-and-23-brendt-christensen-and-the-murder-of-yingying-zhang/2/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
The McStay Family

The McStay Family

2019-06-1753:58

Episode #22   The McStay family, including 2 parents and 2 small children seemed to vanish into thin air on February 4th, 2010. Soon, investigators came up with an odd theory that the family disappeared on purpose. But when bodies are found, suddenly a close friend of the family would be considered a suspect. Did police get the right guy?   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-22-chase-merritt-and-the-mcstay-family-murders/2/ This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Mary Winkler

Mary Winkler

2019-06-1047:46

Episode #21   In 2006, Matthew Winkler was found murdered in his home. Within a few days his missing wife was found and admitted to the murder, and detectives discovered a crazy secret they felt was the motive. But what the prosecution thought would be a straight forward case gets messy when Mary drops a bombshell about her marriage in court.      National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-21-mary-winkler-and-the-murder-of-matthew-winkler/2/ This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Kirk Zimmerman

Kirk Zimmerman

2019-06-0347:46

Episode #20 In November 2014, Pam Zimmerman was found murdered in her office in Bloomington, Illinois. Three people started out as suspects, but it would be her ex-husband who would sit trial after being found to have means, motive, and opportunity. But with a highly circumstantial case, would the prosecution convince the jury? This is a very special episode because we had the opportunity to sit down with a juror from the case and learn all the details that wasn't in the papers. Many thanks to the wonderful juror who helped us out so much!   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised. This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-20-kirk-zimmerman-and-the-murder-of-pamela-zimmerman/2/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, AShamaluevMusic, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Amanda Hamm

Amanda Hamm

2019-05-2701:11:06

Episode #19 On September 2nd, 2003, Amanda Hamm's 3 young children drowned in a lake at Clinton, IL. Amanda and her boyfriend Maurice said they had been in the car, the car accidentally went into the lake, and they were lucky to escape with their lives. But many people, including law enforcement would start to question whether it was a freak accident, or something more sinister. National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233 National Child Abuse Hotline 1800-422-4453   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   Research for this case was from the book, The Unforgiven: The Untold Story for One Woman’s Search for Love and Justice This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.  
Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez

2019-05-2049:22

Episode #18 Aaron Hernandez had undeniable athletic talent as a young player for the Floridian Gators and then in the NFL with the Patriots. But soon, his known reckless behavior and anger would lead to legal problems and even murder trials. Was his repeated head traumas to blame, chronic drug use, or was this just Aaron?   National Suicide Hotline # 1800-273-8255   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-18-aaron-hernandez/2/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
Drew Peterson

Drew Peterson

2019-05-1301:08:48

Episode #17 It was no secret Drew Peterson had a controversial past. A member of Chicago PD, Drew had gotten in trouble at work in the past and had been married 4 times, when his young wife would suddenly one day go missing after telling friends she was filing for divorce. Soon the case of the mysterious death of his third wife would be reopened. Is Drew a sociopathic serial wife killer? Or was this an overzealous prosecution?   National Domestic Violence Hotline | Get Help Today | 1-800-799-7233   GoFundMe for the recovery of Stacy's body:   https://www.gofundme.com/shz29v-help-me-bring-my-sister-home   This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-17-drew-peterson-the-murder-of-kathleen-savio-and-the-disappearance-of-stacy-peterson/2/ This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod. All rights reserved.
JonBenet Ramsey

JonBenet Ramsey

2019-04-2201:13:091

Episode #16 You already know the story. Now learn all the details you may not have known, directly from the book of one of the lead investigators.   Special thanks to Abi F. for joining us this week! Also special thanks to Steve Thomas and his book, JonBenet, Inside the Ramsey Investigation This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   Research for the episode was done with the book, JonBenet: Inside the Ramsey Murder Investigation by Steven Thomas. This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
Brianna Maitland

Brianna Maitland

2019-04-1547:55

Episode #15 On March 19th, 2004, 17-year-old Brianna Maitland took her GED, went shopping with her mother, then worked one of her two jobs later that night. Her co-workers saw her get into her car and leave the restaurant at 11:20 that night. By 12:30, drivers would see Brianna's car crashed into an abandoned house on the side of a rural highway, with the car doors open and the headlights on. Brianna was never seen again.    This episode contains graphic details and strong language and may not be suitable for all listeners. Listener discretion is advised.   Disclaimer: Any verbal opinion by the hosts of any person’s involvement with a crime who has not been found guilty by a jury of peers is pure speculation and should not be considered as fact.   Make sure to comment and leave a review! Check out our Facebook page and Twitter and let us know what you thought of the episode. Also let us know what cases you would like us to cover in the future!   Website: Internetsleuthspodcast.com   Facebook: Internet Sleuths Podcast   Email: Internetsleuthspodcast@gmail.com   Twitter: @internetsleuth1   For a full list of sources used for this episode please visit: https://internetsleuthspodcast.com/episode-15-the-mysterious-disappearance-of-brianna-maitland/2/   This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, AShamaluevMusic, and Komiku. All rights reserved.
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Megan Langreck

The, um, jewelry made of his own hair.... certainly weird by today's standards but it was something done in the past. In Victorian times hair was woven, braided, made into lace, etc. for keepsakes to a person you cared a lot about not necessarily always your lover or spouse. But it was an era in which a lot of weird things were done, and perhaps this custom does not have a place in today's society. As to being pregnant, she could have terminated the pregnancy and told him it was a miscarriage. She need not have told anyone else about it, since it would have been a difficult situation and her decision could have led to abuse and further bizarre behavior on his part.

May 8th
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Megan Langreck

Bart is a selfish asshole. Like every guy who leaves his nine month pregnant wife for another woman. He is the one likely innocent inmate that I am really disinterested in the fate of.

Apr 25th
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Dryad

the male host is unfunny in general but what is wrong with you, making fun of a kid's abduction and murder at the hands of a raging pedo stalker?

Dec 14th
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Dryad

"he taped pornographic images of women and taped them into a book, but here's the creeoy part!" has porn suddenly stopped being creepy? 🤔

Dec 14th
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