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Listener Tales 47!!!! You guys, like are you alright? This one was so crazy! There’s carjacking, there’s Charles Manson and there’s more. Enjoy, hold onto your butts and keep it weird until the next listener tale. If you have a Listener Tale that you would like to send in, go ahead and send it on over to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tale” somewhere in the subject line :)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
We’ve got a new installment for ya partners, HAUNTED HOTELS! Alaina brings us to the Langham hotel in London and then to Ben Lomond Suites in Utah while Ash brings us to the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel and then to Hotel Savoy. It’s gonna be creepy and ghostly up in here because we’ve got all things that are good; ghostly elevators, mirror Marilyn ghosts, spectral weapons and so much more. Hold onto your butts and if you would like to suggest a Haunted Hotel for our next episode please send to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Haunted Hotels” somewhere in the subject line :)Sam and Colby visiting The Langham Hotel in London (Hilarious)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
YOU HAVE REACHED THE CONCLUSION!!!! Alaina’s final part of Jack the Ripper is here and we are talking all things suspects, confirmation bias, science, mitochondrial DNA and Patricia Cornwell. Do we know who Jack the Ripper is by now? No. Do we know who he isn’t? Sorta. Stay tuned for years to come because Alaina claims one day she will have our answers!!! "SOMEDAY I WILL"- AlainaCheck out these great books on the case:Jack the Ripper and The Case For Scotland Yard's Prime Suspect by Robert HouseThe Complete Jack the Ripper by Donald RumbelowThe Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie RubenholdThe Hidden Lives of Jack the Ripper's Victims by Robert HumeThe Ripper Code by Thomas ToughillJack the Ripper: Scotland Yard Investigates by Stewart Evans & Donald RumbelowJack the Ripper: The definitive Casebook by Richard Whittington-EaganPortrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper by Patricia CornwellAn even DEEPER dive into this case:Season 3 of Unobscured with Aaron MahnkeAlso check out these sites on the case:JackTheRipper.orgCasebook: Jack The RipperJack the Ripper TourSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Listener Tales 46 is here and it’s fucking great, you guys are so good at this! We’ve got a terrifying cautionary tale from Italy, a life saving little pug-pug (WE LOVE YOUR DOGS.) and the funniest fake crime that we’ve ever heard of in our lives. If you would like to send in a listener tale you can send it on over to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com and please just put “Listener Tales” in the subject line, along with whatever else you’d like. YEET!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jack the Ripper part 4 is here weirdos! This installment will cover the horrific, and most brutal murder yet: the murder of Mary Jane Kelly. Mary Jane was the youngest victim at just twenty five years old and the only victim that was killed in her own room. When the police arrived on scene they were shocked, but still not any closer to uncovering the identity of the ripper. OH and also, Alaina has some HOT TAKES on the letters we went over in part 3.Check out these great books on the case:Jack the Ripper and The Case For Scotland Yard's Prime Suspect by Robert HouseThe Complete Jack the Ripper by Donald RumbelowThe Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie RubenholdThe Hidden Lives of Jack the Ripper's Victims by Robert HumeThe Ripper Code by Thomas ToughillJack the Ripper: Scotland Yard Investigates by Stewart Evans & Donald RumbelowJack the Ripper: The definitive Casebook by Richard Whittington-EaganPortrait of a Killer: Jack the Ripper by Patricia CornwellAn even DEEPER dive into this case:Season 3 of Unobscured with Aaron MahnkeAlso check out these sites on the case:JackTheRipper.orgCasebook: Jack The RipperSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jack the Ripper Part three will cover what is known as, “the double event.” Both Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes were found killed on this September night. Both women shared a lot in common with the previous two victims. They’d struggled through pretty much their entire lives just to make ends meet and then were met with this as their end. In this part we’ll start to entertain the theory that Jack perhaps had some kind of medical background and you’ll see just why one might think so once you dive into the episode! Hold onto your butts!Check out these great books on the case:Jack the Ripper and The Case For Scotland Yard's Prime Suspect by Robert HouseThe Complete Jack the Ripper by Donald RumbelowThe Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie RubenholdThe Hidden Lives of Jack the Ripper's Victims by Robert HumeThe Ripper Code by Thomas ToughillJack the Ripper: Scotland Yard Investigates by Stewart Evans & Donald RumbelowJack the Ripper: The definitive Casebook by Richard Whittington-EaganAlso check out these sites on the case:JackTheRipper.orgCasebook: Jack The RipperHistory blog mentioned in the episode:The History GirlsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
For Listener Tales 45 we are joined by a special, rather good looking guest, you know him…. You love him… its DREW :) You weirdos also sent us some seriously hilarious and intense tales!!! There’s cops sharing too much information after bursting into middle school dances, hot debates over the name Doll(e)y Madison, hotboxing realness and a Berenstein Bears life saving connection. If you have a Listener Tale that you’d like us to read, please send it to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tale” somewhere in the subject line :)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Jack the Ripper part two brings us the absolutely horrifying murder of Annie Chapman. Annie’s story, much like the rest of the women who were killed, is incredibly devastating. She was struggling with sobriety when she landed on the shady streets in Spitalfields in the East end and was having a terrible time trying to find work to just get by. Robert Anderson, the head of the criminal investigations department was still on vacation, Sir Charles Warren’s ego stepped on the scene and they were not even one step closer to uncovering the culprits identity.Check out these great books on the case:Jack the Ripper and The Case For Scotland Yard's Prime Suspect by Robert HouseThe Complete Jack the Ripper by Donald RumbelowThe Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie RubenholdThe Hidden Lives of Jack the Ripper's Victims by Robert HumeThe Ripper Code by Thomas ToughillAlso check out these sites on the case:JackTheRipper.orgCasebook: Jack The RipperSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Alaina takes us to the streets of Whitechapel for part one of Jack The Ripper, and boy is it a stark picture she’s painting us. Whitechapel was dark, damp, dirty and downright desolate at the time Jack The Ripper was roaming the streets. People were living in all kinds of horrible conditions, butchers and slaughterhouse workers were walking around covered in blood and because things were like this, it made the perfect stomping ground for a vicious murderer. Mary Ann "Polly" Nichols was the Ripper’s first victim and the main person that we’ll go over in part one while Alaina also gives us a background on a couple of other potential early victims. Stay tuned for (we’re thinkin’) three more!Check out these great books on the case:Jack the Ripper and The Case For Scotland Yard's Prime Suspect by Robert HouseThe Complete Jack the Ripper by Donald RumbelowThe Five: The Untold Lives of the Women Killed by Jack the Ripper by Hallie RubenholdThe Hidden Lives of Jack the Ripper's Victims by Robert HumeThe Ripper Code by Thomas ToughillAlso check out these sites on the case:JackTheRipper.orgCasebook: Jack The RipperSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Heidi Allen disappeared on Easter morning back in 1994 from the convenient store she’d worked at for years. Her car was still parked in the parking lot when police arrived, her purse, keys and jacket were all behind the counter and there was still money on the counter and in the register, tipping off the police that this was not a crime motivated by robbery. The police began to look into two men after receiving a few tips and were pretty sure that they had the right guys… but did they? In part two we’ll go over some new information that has been released over the years that has led to new theories. Unfortunately none of these claims have ever led to finding Heidi. If you have any information regarding this case or any information regarding Heidi Allen’s whereabouts you can call the Oswego Police Department: 888-349-3411 Listen to Heidi's sister Lisa's podcast One Sister's Journey...Keeping It RealCheck out this great resource for the case:Scrapped by Lisa Peebles and John O'BrienDocumentary About Heidi's CaseSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Heidi Allen disappeared on Easter morning back in 1994 from the convenient store she’d worked at for years. Her car was still parked in the parking lot when police arrived, her purse, keys and jacket were all behind the counter and there was still money on the counter and in the register, tipping off the police that this was not a crime motivated by robbery. The police began to look into two men after receiving a few tips and were pretty sure that they had the right guys… but did they?Check out this great resource about this case:Scrapped: Justice and a Teen Informant by Lisa Peebles & John O'brienSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
We got the chance to sit down and chat with Heidi Jones-Asay, who helped solve her mother’s 46 year old murder. Heidi was just 4 years old when her mother was brutally murdered in their own home. From that night forward Heidi tried over and over again to tell the police who was responsible but there just wasn’t enough evidence. We covered Loretta Jones Murder in episode 335 if you would like to listen to that first to hear the outcome. Getting to chat with Heidi was an absolute delight, and who better to weigh in on this subject than someone who lived it themselves. Thank you Heidi :)If you are or anybody you know is suffering from domestic abuse, help IS available. Please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233.  If you are looking for more information on Domestic Violence and legal action that can be taken, please visit the Battered Woman Justice Center at https://www.bwjp.org to learn more.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Listener tales 44, much like the rest of the Listener Tales episodes, is…. BONKERS!!!! We’ve got Salem spirits coming through to let one of our listeners know that they were expecting a pretty big surprise, chocolate loving grandmothers helping their grandkids out with free chocolate treats for life and an incredible tale of a wrongly accused man!! If you have a listener tale that you’d like to send in you can send it to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com and please put “Listener Tale” in the subject line!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
You might remember episodes 287 and 288 when we covered the Betsy Faria case. Betsy was found dead in her home just two days after Christmas in 2011. Immediately suspicion fell on her husband Russ Faria, even though there was evidence pointing in the direction of one of Betsy’s friends, Pam Hupp. We got to sit down with one of the authors of Bone Deep, the first and only book on this case Joel Schwartz. Joel was Russ Faria’s defense attorney in both of his trials and ultimately got Russ exonerated. Joel was an absolute pleasure to have on the show and we hope you enjoy his one of a kind insight on this case!BONE DEEP by Joel Schwartz & Charles Bosworth Jr.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This case is the first and only time in U.S history that evidence from a ghost was admissible in the murder trial. Elva Zona Heaster Shue was married to the blacksmith in town, Erasmus “Edward” Stribbling Trout Shue. At first he seemed like a wonderful guy: charming, had good stories to tell, wooed her off her feet. Then as soon as they were married, things changed drastically and in the coming months more would be found out about this Edward character and more about Zona’s death.Check out this great resource on the case:The Haunting of Zona Heaster Shue by Nancy Richmond & Misty Murray-WalkupSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Listener Tales is here and it's brought to you by you, for you, from you and all about you!!! This installment features a man living in the basement walls of a home that did not belong to him, a serial killer constructing one of our listener’s new bed, and a young girl who was abducted but possibly rescued by her younger sister… who hadn’t even been born yet. If you have a listener tale please send it in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tales” noted somewhere in the subject line :)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Loretta Jones was brutally murdered in her own Utah home back in 1970, all while her four year old daughter, Heidi was in the next room. Heidi knew all along who had killed her mother, she would try to tell the police herself and her grandmother would try to reiterate Heidi’s message as well but the police in the original investigation never considered Heidi a witness. Because of that and a lack of urgency, they were never able to get Tom put away for murder. Heidi never gave up on seeking out justice for her mother and 46 years later, because of Heidi and some great detective work, Loretta Jones murder would be solved.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Blake Tyler Chappell was a kind, promising and creative 17 year-old who went missing walking to a friend's house early in the morning on October 16, 2011 after a Homecoming dance. Two months later, he was found lying in a creek, dead from at least one single gunshot would to his head. He had been to a dance the night that he went missing and told his mother that it was one of the best nights of his life. After over a decade of no answers, we still don't know the identity of his killer. Listen to Voices For Justice for Sarah Turney's conversation with Blake's mother MelissaMore about Blake's bucket listA Google Maps image of the route believed to be taken by Blake that morningSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Well this started as a regular Listener Tale episode where we had a handful of great stories to tell you. What it turned into is an epic journey through one listener's truly harrowing experience in a very haunted home. Brad gets the spotlight today as he brings us through "The happenings" in an old house on a hill. There are deaths, demonic growls, entrapments, creatures hiding in the crawlspace and straight up teleportation (we think? Let us know, Pookie). ENJOY! This was a great tale and we are so thankful Brad shared it with all of us! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
You like creepy shit? You wanna hear about some cryptids? Cool, this is the episode for you then. Alaina brings us the real life experiences of those who have encountered the Flatwoods Monster, which resides in West Virginia. Was it extraterrestrial, was it the government, did it happen? Yes to all. Ash then dives into the legend of the Melonheads, a heartbreaking and terrifying tale all at the same time! Thank you to listeners Haley and Kristen for their stories about their experiences with these cryptids. If you want to send us a suggestion for a Cryptid to cover, or your experience with a cryptid in general send them in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Cryptid” somewhere in the subject line :)Mysterious Universe Melonheads encountersThe Flatwoods Monster documentary by Small Town MonstersVisit the Flatwoods Monster museum!Thank you to our sponsors!!Our listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/morbidSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Comments (3571)

Stay Sea

I think we need another flood, how does this evil exist in the world

Aug 13th
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Emma Tupper

5.20

Aug 13th
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Samantha Lynn Morris

I love Sam & Colby.

Aug 12th
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ID20384194

9:15 or so.

Aug 11th
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Greg Bale

Another Ash gem: "Oh...there's this very sad-looking blonde woman. She must be behind me...'cause that's how mirrors work...." Yet another first-rate episode, ladies! 🏆🏆🏆

Aug 10th
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Janae Aston

this case has always fascinated me, I was super stoked when I saw you guys were covering it. I love hearing all the takes on it, but your research is on point, and has taken me on a higher level of needing to know who this sick, twisted, fuck face is. thanks ladies, this little jaunt with you has been insane.

Aug 9th
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Tom Melnyk

horrible podcast. not serious at all. just give chatting while never getting to the point

Aug 8th
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Lori Arguelles

I am sodium! 🤣☠️

Aug 4th
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Dan Wilson

Small city in Alberta called Edmonton?...... I'm pretty certain 1.5 million is at least kind of big. 🤷‍♂️

Aug 3rd
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Lisa Duggan

Partridge family

Aug 2nd
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K G

I love this podcast but feel like these victim descriptions are going on a little long. lol

Aug 2nd
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Ari C

looking forward to a Lipske case, and also, the horse prob spooked because they smell blood well; no light needed.

Aug 2nd
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Sean Rosenau

Definitely one of the best of these episodes in a while.

Aug 2nd
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ID22468110

Y’all INFER, ASSUME and JUDGE way to much for your podcast to be considered a true crime podcast. You should change your podcast name to Morbid: Our Biased Opinions on Crime

Aug 2nd
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Marisha Zimmerman

9:05

Aug 1st
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Paul Sigley

8:40

Aug 1st
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Lenora Thorium

2:25

Jul 30th
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Maddison Easley

Tragic and frustrating on all levels 💔 Reminds me a bit of the movie Winter's Bone, with police misconduct & complacency, with a tangled web of drugs, informants, innocent children being traumatized, etc., except obviously so much more heart wrenching. Wishing peace and support to Heidi's family and Gary's family.

Jul 29th
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Lenora Thorium

Omg too much banter. And this is from somebody who usually loves the banter! But that's because it usually adds to the episode, whereas here it competes with and distracts from the tales. When I have to back up THREE TIMES to relisten to the story because the plot keeps getting lost in all the giggling and chitchat, it's too much. I feel sorry for the listener who sent in that tale about the Berenstein Bears, whose plot keeps getting completely derailed and eviscerated by all the unnecessary and disruptive banter.

Jul 29th
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Carly Edwards

Check out Ripper Street , it is a drama series that was on Bbc1 over here in the u.k. It starts off with one of the Ripper murders and follows Edmund Reid and his colleagues investigating cases , I loved it . it should be on BBC I player for any of you in the US 😊

Jul 28th
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