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Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! https://www.ohiomysteries.com. https://www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries https://www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries https://www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio
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10-Minute Mystery: Edison and the first electric chair
REWIND- What Happened to Judy Martins
10-Minute Mystery: Harry Andrews and Castle La Roche
Ep. 228 - Tyrone Noling: Guilty or not?
10-Minute Mystery: The Delta Queen's Ghost Captain
EP. 227: Anti-hero Thomas Midgley Jr.
Ep. 226 - The indefinable Victoria Claflin Woodhull
10-Minute Mystery: The Golden Age Nursing Home fire
Ep. 225 - How did Lt. Col. George Custer really die?
10-Minute Mystery: Akron's stone-throwing ghost
Episode Rewind: The I-70 Strangler
10-Minute Mystery: The Great Hopewell Road
Ep. 224 - HH Holmes in the Queen City
10-Minute Mystery: Fizzleville
Ep. 223 - The murder of Amish farmer Paul Coblentz
10-Minute Mystery: Cory Barron
Ep. 222 - Crazy or misunderstood? The life of Tina Resch
UNRESOLVED Ep. 15: Mary Yocono
Ep. 221 - The wives of Gerald "Bob" Hand
This is so painfully, brutally sad. That poor family.
I'm from this area and remember it well. It is just sad as hell that the family cannot get closure.
so glad people are taking an interest in this case. his family deserves answers and he deserves justice
I grew up in East Liverpool, but I've never heard of this (although I was born in the 80s). I'm going to have to ask my family if they remember!
this was a cool episode!
I gotta be honest, I didn't even know y'all had Patreon. Good! I hope people can contribute, you guys are great!
they call the little outdoor building the "grotto"
I find it impressive that you guys put out TWO episodes a week. Amazing! Keep up the good work.
I just heard an episode of Weird Darkness podcast about this a few weeks ago, I've been telling everyone about them ever since! Melonheads have got to be one of the weirdest stories I've heard about Ohio.
I wish someone would look into the killing of Brad Lee Bellino of Boardman Ohio. I love your show!
What a great series. I just wish I could hear Paula over the guitar in episode 2/3
I can't wait for the next one! Holy crap what happened to Mary&Ricky?? This is extra weird for me because my ex lived on Dan Street for years and had grown up in North Hill, so I can literally picture everything about this neighbor. Extra bizarre.
Paula you're a riot! I really appreciate how invested you get in these stories. Now I have to go check out Moonville.
Vortex of evil- it sure felt like it growing up there that year, too. I've always felt that Kathy Menendez got blown off because she was "an habitual runaway" by the people who were supposed to get justice no matter who she was. I don't care how much of a bratty kid somebody was, they don't deserve to die like that. As a kid, I always assumed "found naked, beaten, and strangled" was code for "raped and killed". I wonder if they even bothered with a rape kit. Her poor mother. I also have doubts about there being a sniper. Local rumor is that it was a specific hit, meant to send a message to Portage County Sheriff's Department. Poor Sarah Boehm. My gut says her dad did it. Killed her in PA because he was afraid she'd tell her counselor he'd been abusing her, then when Kathy turned up, it's only what, a 2, 3 hour drive, to dispose of Sarah's body in the same beaten, strangled, naked condition? Good way to muddle the investigation. It may have worked. He later plead guilty to, what was it, gross imposition of a minor, on a 13 year old girl. I cant remember what it got plead down to, but basically he either had or attempted to rape a girl. Guys like that don't change. Plus, he'd already *probably* gotten away with murder. He died, so it's likely that now we'll never know. That "letter" they found. It made no sense. I think somebody took several different journal entries and put then together to try to make it sound like a letter. All of this is just speculation, but as a survivor of murder road, I would like to see some answers for those girl's moms. For 13 year old me who grew up in those woods, on that road, and had to learn very abruptly and very quickly that girls are disposable, and nobody cares. For a town forced to process horrors right out of a King novel. There may never be anything like justice, but at least we could have some answers.
What are the odds of Lester Eubanks, a repeat rapist, having never raped again? Pretty slim, I'd say. Here's hoping they get his DNA and actually get him.