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On New Year's Eve of 2011, 35-year-old Reynaldo Dagsa, a Barangay councilman from Caloocan City, requested his family to wake him up before midnight to join in on the new year's festivities in the wonder of the fireworks around them. He was taking pictures of his wife, daughter, and mother-in-law outside their home on New Year's Day when the gunman, Arnel Buenaflor, came from behind a car and cold-bloodedly shot Dagsa on his right forearm and chest. What makes this case peculiar is that the victim was able to snap a photo of his family seconds before the suspect pulled the trigger on him. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT OUR SHOW ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On May 16, 2008, eight bank employees, a security guard, and a depositor were lined up and blown out their heads after a group of men robbed the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) located at Science Park Branch in Cabuyao, Laguna. This summary execution-style robbery was tagged as the bloodiest bank robbery in the country's history, as they were all sprawled on the floor with a single gunshot to their head. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT OUR SHOW ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
​Every generation has had its own share of "It" girls. These icons were trendsetters when it came to fashion and lifestyle, and everyone who's anyone wanted to be like them; or even have just a whiff of their aura. Their legacies stood the test of time. They would eventually be known for years, even decades beyond their lifetime. During the 1950s in the Philippines, one such "It" girl was Elvira Manahan. Elvira Manahan was a society and fashion icon in the Philippines whose reputation remains unrivaled to this day. All that came to an end the day she was murdered on October 14, 1986—leaving behind a legacy of glamour and mystery. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT OUR SHOW ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On May 4, 2022, a 51-year-old mentally disabled woman was found dead inside her house located in the town of Sibonga, 51 kilometers southeast of Cebu City. Authorities quickly figured out what happened after the victim's 19-year-old son confessed that he killed his own mother because he could not stand the bullying he's been getting from his friends and classmates due to her mental illness. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT OUR SHOW ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On June 7, 2017, then-Mayor Gisela Boniel of Bien Unido, Bohol, was abducted and presumed killed after her husband, former Board Member Niño Rey Boniel pleaded guilty to the murder of his wife in February 2022.   In the past five years, there have been a lot of twists and turns in this case that ended up with the most obvious conclusion. However, there is more to this story that needs to be thoroughly covered, such as the missing body of Gisela Boniel. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On September 19, 2014, during typhoon Mario's rampage in the Philippines, a 75-year-old woman was stabbed to death by her house helper after the latter was discovered stealing items inside her home. The victim was Zenaida Sison, the mother of actress Cherry Pie Picache, who lived alone at her two-story house on Lazcano Street, Barangay Paligsahan, Quezon City. Her killer's name is Michael Flores. He had been working for six months as a houseboy at Sison's residence. Later on, the authorities would find out that the suspect had victimized other families in the past but not as shocking and heartless compared to what he did to Zenaida Sison. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
In September 2016, a British aristocrat’s daughter involved in the illegal drug trade in the Philippines was killed amid the government's controversial War on Drugs. Many spectators have pointed toward the Philippine National Police. However, investigators suspect that her former boyfriend was behind the brutal slaying. Maria Aurora Moynihan was a 45-year-old British-Filipina woman who was linked to selling illegal drugs. Three years ago, she posted bail after being arrested for the alleged possession Aurora was the younger sister of local celebrity Maritoni Fernandez and the daughter of Antony Moynihan, a Baron in the  United Kingdom's House of Lords. While serving his prestigious title as the Liberal Whip, Baron Moynihan married his third wife and the mother of Aurora and Maritoni, Luz de la Rosa Fernández, in 1968. Luz was a former dancer in the Philippines and the niece of the country's ambassador to Cambodia. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On July 2, 1991, Eldon Maguan, a 25-year-old engineering student, was driving around Wilson Street in San Juan, Metro Manila. Wilson was said to be a one-way street, and Eldon knew about it as he was the one that followed traffic rules. Unfortunately for Eldon, even those who profusely follow traffic regulations do not exempt them from being victims of violent crime. It is where then-43-year-old Rolito Go, a construction magnate, comes into this tragic story. While Eldon was minding his own business and following the street's one-way rule for vehicles, Rolito was coming from the opposite direction. As soon as both Eldon and Rolito's vehicles came head-to-head, this infuriated Rolito. He took out his gun, went out of his vehicle, came over to Eldon's car, and cold-bloodedly shot the innocent young man in the head. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On July 7, 1993, Marikina's notoriety as the rape and murder capital of the Philippines would get emphasized after a body of a young woman was found in a covered canal located in Barangay Parang, Marikina City. According to authorities, the victim was raped and tortured before being mercilessly killed by her perpetrators. Upon seeing her lifeless body, she was naked from the waist down, her lips crushed, her private parts swollen, and a yellow-green towel bound her neck. The victim is Rosilin Federico. She was a 22-year-old nursing student and a service crew member of Cindy's restaurant located in SM Centerpoint, Sta. Mesa, Manila. Rosilin was a resident of Marikina City together with her family. She was a hardworking individual who studied and worked simultaneously to help provide for her family. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
In the wee hours of July 13, 1991, three young people, two boys, and one girl were on their way to bring their female friend home to her residence in Dasmariñas Village, Makati City. Suddenly, the three encountered an angry middle-aged man that didn't seem to mind the business of others. He started snooping on the youngsters and began questioning them on why they were outside at that time of the day. This incident turned into a heated altercation. Moments later, the middle-aged man shockingly pulled out his pistol and shot all three of them, which caused the lives of Roland John Chapman and Maureen Hultman. The other victim, Jussi Olavi Leino, was the sole survivor of this infamous case. Authorities were able to find out the identity of the suspect after three witnesses came forward and described what they saw from that unfortunate day. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
This episode was suggested to us by Ms. Emerald Sigua, who participated in our Donate For A Case program in partnership with the Rotaract Club of Taguig through their relief efforts intended for the victims of Typhoon Odette. A body of a 19-year-old boy was found chopped into pieces and buried at a private compound in Barangay Ampid Dos, San Mateo, Rizal. Days before the gruesome crime happened, a crucial eyewitness saw three young men wandering around the crime scene. Meanwhile, investigators assigned to the case also uncovered a CCTV placed near the compound, which caught the suspects pushing a wheelbarrow that seemed to contain the body of Lyndon Masinsin. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On January 16, 2004, authorities in Hopewell Township, New Jersey, found a lifeless body belonging to a Filipina inside her Sports Utility Vehicle covered in snow in the bottom of a ravine near her residence. Initial investigations suggest that she was a victim of foul play made to look like an accident. The gruesome killing of Michelle Rivera Nyce was one of the most sensationalized cases on the East Coast of the United States that involved having affairs, extortion, jealousy, and anything opposite to being nice. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
High school sweethearts are couples that tend to be the strongest and happiest partners. Unfortunately for Maya's case, her long-lasting relationship with her husband had become toxic up to a point where she became missing up to this date. Maya was last seen by her family at around 5 p.m. on January 7, 2021, at her residence on Paseo Los Gatos in Chula Vista, San Diego, California. Based on numerous statements from close relatives and friends, both May and her husband, Larry, were having relationship problems that would have concluded in a divorce and possibly the reason why Maya became missing. This episode is in collaboration with the Philippine Campfire Stories podcast! WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! Maya's relatives and friends have put up these websites for their search efforts: ▸ https://www.helpfindmaya.com ▸ https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-find-maya-millete
Chop-chop lady cases in the Philippines have been among the most infamous incidents that caused public outrage in almost every decade since the first-ever chop-chop lady case happened to Lucila Lalu in the 1960s, which was never solved. Lucila was the first to fall victim to this kind of gruesome killing; however, she would not be the last. In the early 1990s, another chop-chop lady case would shock the entire nation after the mutilated body of Elsa Castillo was found in Barangay Polong, Sta. Rosa, Laguna. On the morning of September 27, 1993, a crucial witness came forward to the authorities and reported that he helped his employer dispose of the body of Elsa Castillo. She was chopped into pieces and placed into four garbage bags. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
At midnight of July 18, 2002, a 32-year-old British businessman was found murdered at his apartment in Makati City, Metro Manila. For years, the case would go unsolved, while his mother battled to piece together the clues to his death. Exhausting every ounce of time, effort, and money she had, her life became consumed in trying to figure out who had killed her son. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On April 28, 1949, a former first lady of the Philippines was traveling to her husband's hometown for the Quezon Memorial Hospital's inauguration in Baler.  Unfortunately, a group of armed men blocked the 13-vehicle convoy along a mountainous road in the province of Nueva Ecija.  A group of 100 to 200 perpetrators fired at a Buick sedan containing Aurora Quezon; her daughter, Baby; her son-in-law, Philip Buencamino, husband of Aurora's other daughter, Nini. Before the scheduled trip, Aurora Quezon's trusted confidants already advised her that there is a threat of insurgency along the routes that her convoy will pass through. However, the former first lady shrugged off the risks.  WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On July 10, 2001, a Filipino family of three was found murdered inside their residence in North Ryde, New South Wales, Australia. Initial reports suggest that the crime was racially motivated. However, further investigations say otherwise and their findings would later on shock the entire country that was almost fooled by the killer. The case was already complicated from the very start, as they had no other witnesses aside from Sef Gonzales’ (the only living member of the Gonzales family) testimony. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
On March 18, 1996, 162 people, mostly teenagers and young adults celebrating the end of the school year, were killed in a blaze that was supposed to be a party but turned out to be a tragedy. Ninety-three others were severely injured. That Monday night twisted a night full of fun into a night of inferno, being one of the worst fire incidents in the country and the seventh-worst fire incident in the world as described by the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP). WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
In 2007, a young mother fighting for custody of her two daughters suddenly disappeared. Two years later, she was found cemented inside a drum dumped in the waters of Navotas City, Metro Manila, after a valid testimony of a disgruntled witness, who later on recanted his story and became missing up to this date. More than a decade later, her family is still seeking justice despite the overwhelming motive that the alleged suspects have. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
In January 1977, Primitivo “Tibo” Mijares, a journalist and former chief propagandist of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, suddenly disappeared. Tibo left the Marcos regime in 1974 and went to the United States, where he had issued a defection statement, vowing to tell the lies and atrocities that the Marcoses had done during his time of service. From 1974 to 1977, the former Marcos confidant made headlines due to his prior knowledge regarding the devious wrong-doings that the Marcoses were currently practicing at the time. Four months after Tibo's disappearance, his youngest son, 16-year-old Luis Manuel “Boyet” Mijares, was found dead in the mountains of Antipolo, Rizal. Nearby residents at the scene claimed that Boyet was thrown off from a military helicopter passing by the area. WEBSITE ▸ https://phmurderstories.com Episode notes and sources are found here! YOUTUBE ▸ https://bit.ly/3sm11n4 SOCIALS ▸ Facebook — https://bit.ly/33xXEAm ▸ Instagram — https://bit.ly/33BL03r ▸ Tiktok — https://bit.ly/2F4a8pY ▸ Twitter — https://bit.ly/3no4jFq ▸ Telegram Channel — https://t.me/phmurderstories DISCORD SERVER ▸ https://bit.ly/3n38Tuh EPISODE SUGGESTIONS ▸ https://www.phmurderstories.com/file-your-blotter.html SUPPORT US ON PATREON ▸ https://www.patreon.com/phmurderstories AFFILIATE LINKS ▸ Lazada — https://bit.ly/3zQ68kk ▸ Shopee — https://bit.ly/3zIZ7Bv Make sure to use these links before filling up your carts to support our team! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and positions of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast is of their own opinion and is not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything.
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