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Military Murder

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True crime boot camp starts now! Camouflage can't conceal these twisted murder stories...
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On January 29, 2011, Army wife, Bethany Decker, was seen for the last time.  She had a one-year old son and was holding down the fort at the home front while her husband was deployed.  However, during her husband’s deployment, Bethany began a relationship with a man, Ronald Roldan, that would turn out more than she bargained for in a lover.  Dig in with Margot, as she discusses the disappearance of Bethany Decker.  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime  Claim your FREE military murder STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies lastAll sources for this episode can be found here.   Visit today’s partner to get exclusive deals! -Fanatics – 15% off for military, 1st responders, and students with Id.me and Unidays (use this link to let Fanatics know I sent you).   Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcast Twitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In December of 1988, an Army soldier terrorized Killeen and Fort Hood, Texas, during a 36-hour killing spree.  Why did he do this?  Allegedly he needed money to buy gifts for his girlfriend.  He didn’t know this, but the Army had already initiated administrative discharge paperwork, but it would not be fast enough.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the robberies, murders, court-martial, and death penalty case against 20-year old Army Private Dwight Jeffrey Loving. -------Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime  Claim your FREE military murder STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies last All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-13-the-commutation-of-dwight-j-loving-death-penalty-case All sources for the Clint Lorance episodes can be found here. Visit today’s partners to get exclusive deals!-Huntakiller – use code “Margot” for 20% off your first box-Zazzle – no code needed – just use link for daily deals!Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcast Twitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
Listen to Episode 11 (Clint Lorance Part 1) before listening to this episode.  Clint Lorance was a soldier who had everything going for him until his 2012 Afghanistan deployment.  After some questionable actions culminating in the death of two alleged “village elders,” Clint Lorance was charged with murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison.  But little by little, Clint’s defense team and his family fought to reduce the sentence.  And the battle paid off when Clint Lorance received a full Presidential Pardon from President Donald Trump on November 15, 2019.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the aftermath of Clint's Afghanistan deployment and the true meaning of a Presidential Pardon.  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime Military Murder was named one of the top 40 True Crime Podcasts to Follow in 2020:https://blog.feedspot.com/true_crime_podcasts/  Claim your FREE military murder STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies last All sources for this episode can be found at: https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-12-murder-x2-the-story-of-clint-lorance-part-2Visit today’s partners to claim exclusive deals: -Fanatics.com – 15% Off for military, veterans, first responders, and students (verified through id.me and UniDays -Fabletics.com – 2 leggings for $24 (a $99 value) when you sign up to be a VIPFollow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcast Twitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com  Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
Clint Lorance was a soldier who had everything going for him.  He was raised in a conservative household and after 9/11, he was lining up to sign up for the Army.  He quickly went up the enlisted ranks, then became a military officer.  Clint was a fast burner in the military.  Then in 2012, he went on an Afghanistan deployment that would change the course of his life forever.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the facts of the Clint Lorance war crime case as disclosed by the court and by the soldiers who were present during the murder of two unarmed Afghanistan men (a third man got away with minimum injury).  And don’t forget to come back next week for the conclusion of the Clint Lorance story.  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime  Claim your FREE military murder STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies last All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-11-murder-x2-baby-faced-killer-or-american-hero-the-story-of-clint-lorance Show Partners:-ManlyBands: Use code “murdermystery” for 10% off -Winc: Use link for $20 off your 1st Order -Instacart: Use link for Free Delivery on 1st Order over $35   Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcast Twitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
Ep10. MURDER x6: DUI Murders

Ep10. MURDER x6: DUI Murders

2019-12-2300:37:593

Alcohol is EVERYWHERE – there is nowhere to hide.  But drinking is legal-so what’s the big deal? The issue is when you drink and drive.  The question at the beginning of the day should be – how will I get home after I drink?  Today, Margot discusses 5 cases where a military member made one idiotic decision to get behind the wheel of a 3k pound death mobile while intoxicated that resulted in someone’s death.  The prison sentences were reasonably lengthy and for good reason.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the cases against Marine Elijah Ferguson, Airman Lane Wyatt, Airman Anjelika Faul, Soldier Jesse Evans Jr., and Monty Janes (military branch unknown).  In these cases, Margot will also discuss the resulting tragic deaths of Dr. Michael Sein, 20-year old Citari Townes-Sweatt, Retired-MSgt Michael David Brown, college students Kimberly Brin and Sierra Smith, and Soldier Michael Tungate.  If you or anyone you know needs help finding local helping agencies for mental health or substance abuse, please contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Helpline at 1-800-662-4357.  The call is FREE and confidential and they can be reached 24/7, 365 days a year.  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime Claim your FREE podcast STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies lastAll sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-10-murder-x6-dui-murdersAlso, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations.Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcast  Twitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
John Battaglia Jr. was a handsome Marine veteran who used his looks and his charm to sweet talk women in his life.  But there was a secret inside that he unleashed as soon as his wives were “trapped” in marriage with this monster.  His first wife, Michelle Ward, a highly educated lawyer, suffered domestic abuse at his hands, while his second wife, Mary Jeane, a wealthy woman suffered both emotional and then later physical abuse at his hands.  John terrorized his estranged wives and then his ex-wives, but the real terror wouldn’t be against his unlucky ex-wives, his revenge would be against the most innocent of innocent.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses John Battaglia Jr.’s reign of terror on his family.  Warning:  This episode contains issues of domestic violence and violence against children.  Listener discretion is advised.  If you or anyone you know is suffering from domestic violence, needs help, encouragement, or support, please contact the NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE at 1-800-799-SAFE(7233).  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime The final Military Murder 2019 Holiday Giveaway Winners are announced on this episode!The Giveaway is officially over.  But you can still claim your FREE podcast STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies lastAll sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-9-murder-x2-a-fathers-revenge-killing-death-penaltyAlso, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations.Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In 2008, Marine Sergeant Janek Pawel Pietrzak and his beautiful wife Quiana Jenkins were just beginning their lives together as newlyweds.  They had recently purchased a home, gotten married, and Sergeant P had just reenlisted in the Marines and accepted a $30k bonus.  Life was good.  The Pietrzak’s were ready to take on the world, until they were brutally executed in their home, in French Valley, California.  The murder scene was horrific and the murders appeared to be motivated by greed.  Was the brutal murder committed by a stranger, or someone much closer to home?  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the murder investigation of Janek Pietrzak and Quiana Jenkins-Pietrzak, and the ensuing trials against the perpetrators.  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime Claim your FREE military murder STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies lastMain Sources for this episode:  -https://www.cbsnews.com/video/ncis-the-cases-they-cant-forget-unbreakable/ -https://casetext.com/case/people-v-cox-381 All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/ep8-murder-newlywed-murders-marines-killing-marinesAlso, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations.Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.intagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Show Partners:Visit Instacart for free delivery on your first order over $35!Visit ManlyBands to check out their amazing ring collection! Don't forget to use code "MURDERMYSTERY" for 10% off your order! Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In 2011, Air Force Technical Sergeant Curtis Eccleston was found murdered in his off-base apartment in Okinawa, Japan.  But who wanted this soon to be father dead?  Was he involved in the rising illegal activities of drug smuggling or was the murder a result of a wiccan spell gone wrong?  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the 2012 murder case against Air Force Staff Sergeant Nicholas Cron and Brazilian national, Barbara Kiki Nicandakari.  -----Read about Military Murder Podcast as featured in Task & Purpose:  https://taskandpurpose.com/military-murder-podcast-margot-crime  Try Instacart today and get Free Delivery for 14 Days: https://instacart.pxf.io/6KKVbClaim your FREE military murder STICKER*! -(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review  -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies last Sign Up for the Holiday Giveaway!  It’s FREE!  Win some SWAG! Now – Dec 22, 2019 What?  3 weekly winners (announced on Dec 2, Dec 9, Dec 16, Dec 23) and 1 grand prize winner (announced on Dec 23)  Enter by:  -Subscribing, -Rating, and -Writing a Review (just a few words!)  -I will use the written review NAME for the drawing (make sure to listen to find out if you won)Weekly Prize: Military Murder Challenge Coin & Sling Bag (black or red) Grand Prize: Challenge Coin, Sling Bag, & Raglan T-Shirt All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-7-murder-the-alleged-wiccan-murder/Also, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations.Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.intagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
Two cases today, one about a UK Army Veteran involved in a love triangle that left one person dead and one charged with murder.  The other case involves a U.S. Navy love triangle that ends terribly when an estranged husband unexpectedly returns from work early.  Two juries in different continents consider the same question – were the deaths of the husbands a result of murder or a result of self-defense?  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the 2019 murder cases against UK Army Veteran Jeffrey Mills and Navy Sailor Dylan Poston.  This case discusses the deaths of Andrew Jenkins and Navy Sailor Anderson Lopes. *Sign Up for the Holiday Giveaway!  It’s FREE!  Win some SWAG!*Now – Dec 22, 2019What?  3 weekly winners (announced on Dec 2, Dec 9, Dec 16, Dec 23) and 1 grand prize winner (announced on Dec 23) Enter by: -Subscribing,-Rating, and-Writing a Review (just a few words!) -I will use the written review NAME for the drawing (make sure to listen to find out if you won)Weekly Prize: Challenge Coin & Sling Bag (black or red)Grand Prize: Challenge Coin, Sling Bag, & Raglan T-Shirt  Claim your FREE military murder STICKER*!-(1) Subscribe, rate and leave a written review -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies last  All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episode-6-murder-or-self-defense-two-love-triangles-two-dead-husbands-who-pays-for-their-death/Also, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations.Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.intagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter:  https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Facebook:  https://facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In early 2006, Marine Justin Huff was on a temporary assignment at Dam Neck Naval Station in Virginia Beach, Virginia.  When he failed to show up for class on January 2, 2006, it seemed as if he vanished in the night.  A catfishing game that went too far would soon be revealed as the culprit for his disappearance.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the case against Navy Petty Officer Cooper Jackson. Flub Fix:  (1) Justin and Jake are the same person.  Justin is the victim's first name and "Jake" is his nickname.  Justin is used throughout the story, but there are a few spots where Margot calls him "Jake" instead - probably because his friends and family called him Jake.  (2) Cooper Jackson is the subject's name.  Cooper is used throughout the story, but there are a few spots where Margot calls him "Jackson" - probably because that's what he is referred as in some of the news articles.  Sorry for the confusion!-----Holiday Giveaway Details:  Begins - Nov 25, 2019 Ends - Dec 22, 2019 What?  3 weekly prizes (winners announced on Dec 2, Dec 9, Dec 16, Dec 23) and 1 grand prize winner (announced on Dec 23) How to Enter?:  Subscribe, Rate, & Review the show (that’s it!) -the written review does not need to be long – just a few words -I will use the written review NAME for the drawing (make sure to listen next week to find out if you won)Weekly Prize: Military Murder Challenge Coin & Sling Bag (black or red) Grand Prize: Challenge Coin, Sling Bag, & Raglan T-Shirt You can also claim a FREE podcast *sticker by: -(1) Subscribing, Rating, and Reviewing the show -(2) Sign up for our Newsletter by emailing militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com and giving us your review name (so we can confirm your entry) and providing us with a good mailing address for the sticker!   *while supplies last Main Sources For this Episode: Oxygen’s “A Lie to Die For” - https://www.oxygen.com/a-lie-to-die-for/crime-time/justin-huff-marine-murdered-cooper-jackson-catfish-false-rape CBS News-“48 Hours: NCIS: Deadly Lies” - https://www.cbsnews.com/news/48-hours-ncis-catfishing-relationship-between-strangers-leads-to-murder-of-an-innocent-marine/   To learn more about the American Widow Project:  http://americanwidowproject.org/ To donate to the American Widow Project: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/112636   All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/jacksonAlso, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations. Follow on social:http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcast https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder https://www.facebook.com/militarytruecrime Email:  militarSupport the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In November 2006, Air Force Lt Nonnie Dotson was months away from separating from the Air Force.  The week before Thanksgiving she flew from San Antonio, Texas to Littleton, Colorado, never to be seen again.  She seemingly vanished into thin air, leaving behind her 16-month old baby girl.  There have been zero leads from the moment of her disappearance, but Nonnie was surrounded by sketchy characters.  Could someone be hiding a dark secret? Dig in with Margot as she discusses the disappearance of Lt Nonnie Dotson.  November 2019 marks the 13th anniversary of 1Lt Nonnie Dotson's disappearance.  If you have information about Nonnie, or anything that could lead to her whereabouts, please contact the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office tip line at 303-271-5612 (reference NamUs #MP10563).  To see the main video Margot references in this episode, go to https://www.9news.com/article/news/crime/something-happened-to-her-family-wants-answers-10-years-after-single-moms-disappearance/73-437111811 All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/dotsonAlso, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations. Follow on social:http://www.intagram.com/militarymurderpodcast https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurder Email:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In 1985, the family of an Air Force Captain (his wife and two of his three daughters) were found brutally murdered in their home in Fayetteville, NC.  After an eye witness pointed at Sergeant Timothy Hennis as a suspect, he was quickly brought to justice.  But the Eastburn Family Murders case would be riddled with various errors that would ultimately lead to Tim’s acquittal.  The case went cold, until 2005, when the case was reinvigorated by the cold case team.  A DNA hit was made, but who was the perpetrator?  This case will have you on the edge of your seat.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the case against Master Sergeant Timothy Hennis.In 2019, this case is still relevant, as the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces recently heard an appeal on October 22, 2019 (listen until the end of this episode for a quick update).  Listen to the CAAF oral argument at:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/caaf-united-states-v-hennis-no-17-0263-ar/id1445617860?i=1000454528810 Main source for this episode was Scott Whisnant’s book:  Innocent Victims.  https://www.amazon.com/Innocent-Victims-Eastburn-Family-Murders-ebook/dp/B01N5VD3R7All sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/hennis/   Also, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations. Follow on social:http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcasthttps://www.twitter.com/@militarymurderEmail:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
In the series premiere of Military Murder, listen to the gruesome story of an Army love triangle that literally caused someone to lose their head.  Many in the military have already heard different versions of this story.  But Margot digs into news articles and investigative files from the 1990s, to tell you what really happened that frightful afternoon on December 7, 1993, in front of the dining facility at the Sickles Army Air Base in Fulda, Germany.   Dig in with Margot as she discusses the case against Army Sergeant Stephen Schap.  Sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/schap/Also, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations. Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurderEmail:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
Welcome to Military Murder’s first international case out of Canada.  This case made headlines in 2010.  A Canadian Air Force Colonel burglarized countless homes, wore his victims’ underwear, and stalked his neighbors while they slept...but he wanted more.  Once burglary no longer quenched his thirst, his actions turned deadly.  But for the keen interrogation by the Canadian investigators, this man would have been able to camouflage himself because of his status and rank.  Dig in with Margot as she discusses the case against Canadian Air Force Colonel Russell Williams.Sources for this episode can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/williams/YouTube interrogation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsLbDzkIy3A&t=2sAlso, visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations. Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurderEmail:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
From one true crime enthusiast to the other, welcome to Military Murder Podcast, a podcast about true crimes committed by military members, veterans, or their family members.  The list of cases to cover keeps rolling in – so we will not run out of content!  Did you know that some of your favorite serial killers are military veterans?  BTK, DC Sniper, Jeffrey Dahmer, Son of Sam, Gary Ridgeway!  Yes!  Follow Military Murder Podcast to get 4 fresh new cases a month (if the month has 5 Mondays – there will NOT be a new episode on the 5th Monday).  Sources for this introduction can be found at https://militarymurderpodcast.com/episodes Visit https://militarymurderpodcast.com/submit-case-recommendation if you have case recommendations. Follow on social:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/militarymurderpodcastTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/@militarymurderEmail:  militarymurderpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.militarymurderpodcast.com/donate-2)
Comments (51)

Chantel Williams

Have you considered covering the "Norfolk 4" or the Jennifer Evans murder?

Jan 28th
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Chloe Watson

I really love how she does her storytelling. It's almost as if she's gossiping to me about it. I'm just waiting on her to say "...and girlfriend let me tell you..." I'm binging on all of these episodes this week and passing on to some of my other friends. Keep up the good work!

Jan 27th
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JUSTIN ANDERSON

This is a great approach to true crime podcasts. As a Navy vet and civil service now I appreciate the “nerd outs” on military lingo. Thanks! Look forward to more stories.

Jan 25th
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Travis White

I know its your opinion but you could keep that to yourself. I'm sure she gives the best info she has and this is actually a very good podcast. leave that negative junk out of it man....

Jan 23rd
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Catherine Heglar

this happened in the 80s right. why do you say the money amounts change?

Jan 22nd
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Marine mama

Just what i wanted!! Best podcast!

Jan 21st
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Amanda Williams

wow, the mother's journey to forgiveness and mercy was powerful.

Jan 20th
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123 456

hate female hosts on podcast

Jan 19th
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Ashley Staton

yay for castbox

Jan 16th
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Vic Underwood

Wow what a horrible tradjedy. Now I gotta YouTube this guy. Thanks.

Jan 15th
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Mary Gillespie

5 stars

Jan 14th
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SirFig

you sold out to the sponsors. how many ads can you shove Dow out throats in 35 minutes

Jan 13th
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Michael Mercado

it wasn't premeditated nor was it heat of passion. premeditated means he had planning involved. i don't believe he planned anything. he was going with the moment. if you don't reason with him somewhat you have never loved someone. . . im not justifying his actions. they are messed up. but when you fuck with someones heart be prepared to deal with unreasonable actions. the heart doesn't think. it feels.

Jan 11th
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Michael Mercado

so you claim he killed his kids because he was jealous his wife made more money than he did? he was horrible and bad and crazy but he isn't crazy. his wife was amazing. and the best mother. and amazing and brave and blah blah blah? yeah he seems crazy and seems to be a bad dude obviously. but you made it out to be he was acting out for no reason at all. with the only reasoning being his wife was worth more than he was. . . why is it so hard to find information without a bias spin inserted?

Jan 11th
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Jan 10th
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LindDes

love your podcast!

Jan 9th
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Julia Owens

loving this podcast!! this is very interesting can't wait to hear more.

Jan 9th
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Amanda Williams

binged all 8 first episodes!!.love the military angle.

Jan 9th
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Dad Rules

Can't stand her voice. This shit is wack. You give opinions and speculation instead of just facts. You're like a high schooler in the lunchroom spouting out gossip

Jan 8th
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Jeremy Burns

so sad of a story. heartbreaking. excellent story telling though.

Jan 7th
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