DiscoverMurd Up Podcast
Murd Up Podcast

Murd Up Podcast

Author: Murd Up-hosted by Holly & Daniel

Subscribed: 43Played: 1,985
Share

Description

Just a girl reading murder stories to a boy
92 Episodes
Reverse
Episode 69:"The Tale of The Lonely Hearts Club”Raymond Martinez Fernandez was a disappointment to his parents from a young child, though as an adult he was strong, caring and did very well at whatever task was given to him and even served time as a spy during the World War Two time period.Martha Beck was made fun of from a very early age, due to her glandular issue, which caused her to develop fast both physically and mentally, but also caused her to gain and retain weight.Raymond had a wife and four children when going into service but upon returning home, he had a major injury which caused severe and irreversible brain damage. After that, he moved in with his family and basically forgot about his family. He started writing to women through the Lonely Hearts Club Ads in the newspaper, which eventually lead him to Martha.The pair were dangerous and eventually their relationship involved the deaths of the women that Raymond would correspond with through the ads.
Episode 68:"The Tale of The Hook"Harry Aleman was the son of a Mexican narcotics trafficker and an Italy mother who lived in the Taylor Street neighborhood of Chicago, surround by their entire family. Harry’s father beat him daily for several years, until he went to prison and then Harry grew close with an aunt, who eventually married “Uncle Joe” who was moving up the ranks in the crime syndicate, The Chicago Outfit.Harry eventually joined The Outfit as well and became the unofficial enforcer, having a background in boxing and being know for a hard left hook. Between 1971 and 1977 there were several murders that can be attributed to Harry, but the one that haunted him the most was Billy Logan, who happened to be the ex-husband of Harry’s cousin. But when Harry went in front of a Judge, the ruling was acquittal…because the Judge had been bribed by The Outfit. Harry went to prison for other crime related things but was out within 12 years.However, the federal government eventually created a task force to investigate the corruption in the legal system in Chicago courts. Soon, the bribe for Harry’s acquittal came to light and he was re-indicted. It’s not double jeopardy because the trial was a sham and this time Harry’s past came back to bite him.
Episode# 67-2:"The tale of "La Pistolera""Sharon Hall met James Kinne in 1956 at a church function. Sharon was 16 and began a relationship with the 22 year old college student, while he was home for the summer. Soon, Sharon was pregnant and the pair were married. Within the next two three years, Sharon had a miscarriage and gave birth to two other children, one boy and one girl. But Sharon and James’s relationship was lacking and Sharon was having an affair with a high school friend, John.James eventually decided he wanted a divorce. But tragedy struck the family before the paperwork was filed…James ended up dead and Sharon cashed in a hefty life insurance policy, buying a brand new Thunderbird, which brought Walter Jones into her life. Walter, despite being married and not interested in leaving his wife, began a relationship with Sharon a month after James’s death.But eventually Sharon wanted more out of the relationship than Walter was willing to give and he ended things. Two days later, he filed a missing persons report as his wife hadn’t been seen or heard from in over 24 hours. Patricia was discovered later that day…by none other than Sharon and her boyfriend, John.But Sharon’s story doesn’t end there. After multiple hearings and a trip to Mexico, Sharon made one final life altering change that is still a mystery to us today.
Episode# 67-1:"The tale of "La Pistolera""Sharon Hall met James Kinne in 1956 at a church function. Sharon was 16 and began a relationship with the 22 year old college student, while he was home for the summer. Soon, Sharon was pregnant and the pair were married. Within the next two three years, Sharon had a miscarriage and gave birth to two other children, one boy and one girl. But Sharon and James’s relationship was lacking and Sharon was having an affair with a high school friend, John.James eventually decided he wanted a divorce. But tragedy struck the family before the paperwork was filed…James ended up dead and Sharon cashed in a hefty life insurance policy, buying a brand new Thunderbird, which brought Walter Jones into her life. Walter, despite being married and not interested in leaving his wife, began a relationship with Sharon a month after James’s death.But eventually Sharon wanted more out of the relationship than Walter was willing to give and he ended things. Two days later, he filed a missing persons report as his wife hadn’t been seen or heard from in over 24 hours. Patricia was discovered later that day…by none other than Sharon and her boyfriend, John.But Sharon’s story doesn’t end there. After multiple hearings and a trip to Mexico, Sharon made one final life altering change that is still a mystery to us today.
Episode# 66-2:“The Tale of the Helzer Brothers”Taylor and Justin Helzer were brothers, raised in a devoted Mormon family. Justin looked up to the charismatic Taylor, which was encouraged by the brother’s parents. As adults, this trend continued. Taylor was briefly married and had children with a woman named Ann, but by 1996, he was single and had recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. About that same time, he created his own personal belief system and thought that the issue with the world was that we all believe in “good vs evil”. Taylor eventually claimed himself THE prophet of God and started a cult named the Children of Thunder, which of course Justin was a member of. The Children had a plan to use Brazilian orphans to assassinate the Mormon leaders that Taylor could take over the church and start a self-help group called Transform America, but they had one issue. Funding. After several tries the cult finally came up with a plan to get money but it would involve “killing in the name of God”.
Episode# 66-1:“The Tale of the Helzer Brothers”Taylor and Justin Helzer were brothers, raised in a devoted Mormon family. Justin looked up to the charismatic Taylor, which was encouraged by the brother’s parents. As adults, this trend continued. Taylor was briefly married and had children with a woman named Ann, but by 1996, he was single and had recently been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. About that same time, he created his own personal belief system and thought that the issue with the world was that we all believe in “good vs evil”. Taylor eventually claimed himself THE prophet of God and started a cult named the Children of Thunder, which of course Justin was a member of. The Children had a plan to use Brazilian orphans to assassinate the Mormon leaders that Taylor could take over the church and start a self-help group called Transform America, but they had one issue. Funding. After several tries the cult finally came up with a plan to get money but it would involve “killing in the name of God”.
Episode# 65-2:“The Tale of the Copper Queen Mine”John Heath didn’t make a “lawful” living in Bisbee, Arizona in 1882, though he did own a saloon and dancehall. John was known for robbing and cattle rustling as a man source of income. John had a group of other outlaws he hung out with: Tex, York, Billy, Big Dan & Red.At the time, Bisbee was a newly established town that primarily housed the workers of Copper Queen Mine, which was prosperous with high quality copper, silver and gold. So, John and the gang thought it was the perfect hit to score a big payday at one time. The Copper Queen Mine paid their workers once a month, on the 10th, and the General Store in Bisbee was the safe keeping place where the payroll was kept for a day or so before payday, since there wasn’t an established bank in town. The payroll typically totaled to $7000 which is roughly $190,000 today. But on December 8, 1883, the day they decided to hit the General Store to rob payroll, they ran into a problem…which turned a robbery with a large payout into a five minute massacre that the citizens of Bisbee were determined to get justice for.
Episode# 65-1:“The Tale of the Copper Queen Mine”John Heath didn’t make a “lawful” living in Bisbee, Arizona in 1882, though he did own a saloon and dancehall. John was known for robbing and cattle rustling as a man source of income. John had a group of other outlaws he hung out with: Tex, York, Billy, Big Dan & Red.At the time, Bisbee was a newly established town that primarily housed the workers of Copper Queen Mine, which was prosperous with high quality copper, silver and gold. So, John and the gang thought it was the perfect hit to score a big payday at one time. The Copper Queen Mine paid their workers once a month, on the 10th, and the General Store in Bisbee was the safe keeping place where the payroll was kept for a day or so before payday, since there wasn’t an established bank in town. The payroll typically totaled to $7000 which is roughly $190,000 today. But on December 8, 1883, the day they decided to hit the General Store to rob payroll, they ran into a problem…which turned a robbery with a large payout into a five minute massacre that the citizens of Bisbee were determined to get justice for.
Episode# 64-2:“The Tale of Losing Religion”Madalyn Murray O'Hair was born into a household where both Lutheran and Presbyterian values were taught and by the age of 13, she decided to pick up the Bible and find out for herself, what it had to offer. But Madalyn found that she did not agree with the "hatred and violence filled" text and decided that an Atheist future would be for her. She didn't think much more into the matter until 1960, when her teenage son told her about mandatory prayer that the school participated in each day. Madalyn filed a lawsuit to change the state law regarding religion in schools, and went on to pursue legal separate of church and state, sending her down a path that would bring her fame, fortune, and eventually death.
Episode# 64-1:“The Tale of Losing Religion”Madalyn Murray O'Hair was born into a household where both Lutheran and Presbyterian values were taught and by the age of 13, she decided to pick up the Bible and find out for herself, what it had to offer. But Madalyn found that she did not agree with the "hatred and violence filled" text and decided that an Atheist future would be for her. She didn't think much more into the matter until 1960, when her teenage son told her about mandatory prayer that the school participated in each day. Madalyn filed a lawsuit to change the state law regarding religion in schools, and went on to pursue legal separate of church and state, sending her down a path that would bring her fame, fortune, and eventually death.
loading
Comments (2)

Keita Cravey

What's the name of the last song? I can't find it. I LOVE this mix btw. Can't wait for more!!

Jun 2nd
Reply

Max Falero

so max turn up!!

Mar 21st
Reply
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store