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Murd Up Podcast

Author: Murd Up-hosted by Holly & Daniel

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Just a girl reading murder stories to a boy
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Episode# 56-2:“The Tale of the Trunk Murderess”Winnie Ruth Judd was known for being a liar, self-center and immature, even as an adult. At the age of 17 she met and quickly married a doctor named William Judd, who had a morphine addiction due to injuries sustained in WW1, in addition to being an alcoholic. Because of this, William was unable to keep a job for very long, and the couple moved often. William also refused to have babies, which was something that Winnie had desperately wanted her entire life. After a forced abortion, followed by another pregnancy which ultimately ended in a miscarriage, Winnie contracted Tuberculosis and the couple separated with Winnie moving to Phoenix, Arizona. There, Winnie met and started dating playboy and wealthy 43 year old Happy Jack Halloran, but things got messy when Winnie started getting jealous of Jack’s attention towards other women, namely her friends Annie and Sammy. Ultimately an argument over Jack ensued and Winnie’s decision was to pack up a couple of trunks and head to LA. Unfortunately, this plan didn’t work out as smoothly as Winnie would have hoped.
Episode# 56-1:“The Tale of the Trunk Murderess”Winnie Ruth Judd was known for being a liar, self-center and immature, even as an adult. At the age of 17 she met and quickly married a doctor named William Judd, who had a morphine addiction due to injuries sustained in WW1, in addition to being an alcoholic. Because of this, William was unable to keep a job for very long, and the couple moved often. William also refused to have babies, which was something that Winnie had desperately wanted her entire life. After a forced abortion, followed by another pregnancy which ultimately ended in a miscarriage, Winnie contracted Tuberculosis and the couple separated with Winnie moving to Phoenix, Arizona. There, Winnie met and started dating playboy and wealthy 43 year old Happy Jack Halloran, but things got messy when Winnie started getting jealous of Jack’s attention towards other women, namely her friends Annie and Sammy. Ultimately an argument over Jack ensued and Winnie’s decision was to pack up a couple of trunks and head to LA. Unfortunately, this plan didn’t work out as smoothly as Winnie would have hoped.
Episode# 55-2:“The Tale of Hell Raising in Buckingham”Between March and April 1996 in Fort Myers, Florida, Kevin “God” Foster, Peter “Fried” Magnotti, Chris “Slim” Black and Derek “Mob” Shields, along with the occasional help from Chris "Red" Burnett, Tom "Dog" Torrone, Brad Young, and later Craig Lesh; went on a vandalism and arson spree to wreak havoc and make headlines.Going by the name “Lords of Chaos”, they destroyed a historic Coca-Cola building, stole several cars, and robbed a few people, including Derek’s landlord who owned a restaurant in town. The majority of the group was intelligent with high IQs, but as teenagers they eventually made mistakes and one night, while vandalizing they high school auditorium, the LOC was caught by a teacher, Mark Schwebes. Recognizing a couple of the gang members, Mark informed them that they would be visited by the police the next morning about the incident. The Lords of Chaos couldn’t allow this as the third rule of the LOC was: any outsider who threatened the group would be killed.
Episode# 55-1:“The Tale of Hell Raising in Buckingham”Between March and April 1996 in Fort Myers, Florida, Kevin “God” Foster, Peter “Fried” Magnotti, Chris “Slim” Black and Derek “Mob” Shields, along with the occasional help from Chris "Red" Burnett, Tom "Dog" Torrone, Brad Young, and later Craig Lesh; went on a vandalism and arson spree to wreak havoc and make headlines.Going by the name “Lords of Chaos”, they destroyed a historic Coca-Cola building, stole several cars, and robbed a few people, including Derek’s landlord who owned a restaurant in town. The majority of the group was intelligent with high IQs, but as teenagers they eventually made mistakes and one night, while vandalizing they high school auditorium, the LOC was caught by a teacher, Mark Schwebes. Recognizing a couple of the gang members, Mark informed them that they would be visited by the police the next morning about the incident. The Lords of Chaos couldn’t allow this as the third rule of the LOC was: any outsider who threatened the group would be killed.
Episode 54: “The Tale of the Green Ford LTD”Robert Alton Harris was abused before he was even born. Both his parents were alcoholics and despite having 9 children, they seemed to like using Robert as a punching bag. By the time he was 6, he had a constant shake to his hands and he would throw up his arms to protect his head anytime his mother or father entered a room. At 14, he was abandoned by his family and ended up in a reformatory until he was 19. After that, Robert tried normal life but ended up somewhat of an alcoholic himself and by 25, he was robbing banks and stealing cars. Robert was also charged with manslaughter after lighting a neighbor on fire, and after doing time for that, he and brother Daniel, decided bank robbing was their next goal. But to achieve it, they needed a getaway car and coming by that would cost a life...or two.
Episode 53: “The Tale of Just Wanting to be Free”Ronnie Lee Gardner was neglected a child and basically raised by his older siblings. By the age of 10, Ronnie was on drugs, huffing glue and gas and drinking alcohol. By 14, he had been in and out of reform schools and institutions, and was living with his brother and a guy named Jack, whom he was having a sexual relationship with. By 19, he was the father of two. Ronnie spent several years in and out of jail, breaking free several times, before being arrested for murder.However, Ronnie was determined to never be fully incarcerated and made plans for one final escape, which he would stop at no costs to achieve.
Episode# 52-2:“The Tale of Dr. Jerry”What Chris “Jerry” Hightower experienced during childhood drove him to have an entitled attitude, where he felt like he did everything right and if he failed, it was because of someone else. Jerry strived to be a Doctor but never wanted to put the time and effort into achieving the dream, especially after getting married and having children. Jerry spent his entire life chasing after the thing he wanted most: money. Eventually this path lead him to only one conclusion-murder.
Episode# 52-1:“The Tale of Dr. Jerry”What Chris “Jerry” Hightower experienced during childhood drove him to have an entitled attitude, where he felt like he did everything right and if he failed, it was because of someone else. Jerry strived to be a Doctor but never wanted to put the time and effort into achieving the dream, especially after getting married and having children. Jerry spent his entire life chasing after the thing he wanted most: money. Eventually this path lead him to only one conclusion-murder.
Episode 51: “The Tale of making a Fresh Start”At the age of 3, Betty Lou Dunevant contracted the measles and lost her the majority of her hearing due to a high fever. She taught herself how to read lips in order to communicate and decided at the age of 15 that she was over school and dropped out. That same year, 1952, she met and married her first husband. Over the next 31 years, Betty Lou married several other men and at one point, seemed to be the most unlucky woman in town, after two of her husbands disappeared mysteriously.
BONUS: Daniel's Music Mix

BONUS: Daniel's Music Mix

2019-05-0600:26:081

BONUS:We celebrated our 50th episode with a Q&A and Daniel made a music mix to go along with the Bonus episode. Thank you to everyone who has supported the show!
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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
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Max Falero

so max turn up!!

Mar 21st
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