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Jill and Dick are a married couple who love to drink beer and discuss true crime. Join them at the quiet end of the bar. Dick will bring along an excellent beer from the region where the crime occurred. He will give us a little beer lesson and review before Jill starts off their true crime discussion. The discussions are well-researched and in depth. Dick is a physician and often shares his medical expertise at Jill's urging.
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Over the Edge: The Murders of Lynn and Toni Henthorn
In 2012, Harold and Toni Henthorn celebrated their 12th wedding anniversary with a hiking trip in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park. Toni plummeted off of a 100-foot cliff and died a horrible death. Harold told police that his wife was busy taking photos and must have slipped. He didn't see exactly what had happened because he was using his cell phone at the time. It could have been a tragic accident. After all, Harold was a respected member of the community, a loving husband, and a devoted father to their daughter. He worked as a fund raiser for churches, charities and non-profit groups. At least, that's what he told everyone. But maybe things weren’t what they appeared to be. Friends and family thought they knew him, but facts surfaced that painted a new picture of Harold Henthorn. Harold had no job and no income.  He also had a shady history, including a first wife who had also died in a freak accident. Harold’s history, along with his ever changing narrative of Toni’s death, led to a murder investigation.  Life insurance, years of deceit, and inappropriate behavior were gathered to create a strong circumstantial case against him. In today’s episode, Over the Edge, we look back at the lives of Sandra Lynn Henthorn and Toni Henthorn, two wives whose final moments were likely filled with fear and violence, murdered by the man who claimed to love them. Join Tiegrabber for more TCB episodes Madison Reed
Blood on His Hands
On February 14, 2007, stay at home dad Stephen Grant called the Macomb County Sheriff's office in Michigan to report that his wife, Tara Lynn Grant, had been missing for five days. In his story to the police, Stephen claimed that this was not the first time Tara had taken off, which was why he hadn’t reported her missing sooner. Stephen said that on the evening of February 9, he and Tara had argued. He then overheard Tara talking with someone on the phone, telling them, "I'll meet you at the end of the driveway". He said he saw her get into a dark-colored car a few minutes later and he had not seen or heard from her since. Over the next two weeks, Stephen Grant made several TV appearances pleading for Tara to return. According to police, Stephen Grant was not cooperative with them throughout their investigation. And they began to question his relationship with the family’s 19-year old au pair.  Investigators would ultimately discover that Stephen’s story of a missing wife was untrue and was, in fact, an elaborate attempt to sidetrack the police. According to later confessions, Stephen killed his wife during an argument after she had slapped and belittled him.  But insights into the couples’ relationship and evidence uncovered by the investigation have made this one of the most shocking and disturbing crimes in Michigan’s recent history. Join us at the quiet end today for our discussion of the life and gruesome murder of Tara Lynn Grant, in Blood on His Hands: The Murder of Tara Lynn Grant. Madison Reed Join Tiegrabber

Blood on His Hands

2019-01-2901:54:579

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Comments (25)

Nick Hoffman

what a mess this episode was.

Mar 14th
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Marteen Jackson

sound quality is so bad. sounds like static in your voices. so painful.

Mar 14th
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Shyla Streeter

It sounds like they accidentally uploaded the unedited version, it's really hard to listen to.

Mar 13th
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Shyla Streeter

It sounds like they accidentally uploaded the unedited version, it's really hard to listen to.

Mar 12th
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Devorah

This ep needed a lot more careful editing. Plus, voices going in and out as though they were holding the mic and moving it back and forth.

Mar 12th
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Kenya Green

I made it half way throh and now it's in a constant stage of buffering

Mar 12th
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Jodi Bishop-Phipps

a lot of repeating of sentences and such. Feels unedited. Not as professional as the other episodes.

Mar 12th
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Jodi Bishop-Phipps

Trent Almir Smith Too much sampling of the stout?

Mar 12th
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Trent Almir Smith

Jodi Bishop-Phipps Totally agree. 4 mins in. And sounds like little or no editing at all. And heaps of errors which I've never noticed before and I've listened to 40+ episodes.

Mar 12th
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Krissy Cookson

sadly the mom died before finding her daughter

Mar 11th
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Liesl Manone

Does this idiot not know that there are ways to prevent pregnancy?

Mar 6th
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John Tarpley

Just started listening to your podcast and I love it. Excellent work.

Feb 26th
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Jen Marie

Love all your podcasts!!!!!!

Feb 13th
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Lin Harbourne

knew this lovely lady.....horrific end to a life that was led with love and care. x

Feb 1st
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Amanda Williams

"The Murder of Jordan Davis", great episode. Watched the documentary you guys mentioned "3 1/2 Minutes". My heart broke for his parents. They took a profound tragedy and loss and now are doing something greater for the world. God Bless them.

Jan 30th
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Amanda Williams

"Shootr in Alabama" episode..I think Amy shot her brother to get back at her parents. Maybe she did feel competitive but held her parents and or her father responsible.

Jan 21st
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Ingibjörg Haraldsdóttir

you put to much info on every show in the description...

Jan 20th
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Laurie Landry

Regina Rhymes with V _ _ _ _a

Jan 8th
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C Garner

.. .. . ?mmmm..

Dec 30th
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Richard Vajdel

I always find it weird when people focus on the note. Handwriting analysis is a pseudoscience and so is linguistic analysis. It belongs to the same category as lie detectors and microscopic hair analysis in the late seventies and early eighties. Ada murders anybody? Also, the note being from the house isn't weird at all. Like you mentioned, the house was massive. Calling it a mansion does it disservice. Let's not forget that before the night of murder, there was a party going in the house. It could be easy to find few lonely minutes to write it. All the possible intruder needed to do was to take the paper and go to bathroom. I love you, but it would cool if you were less biased. Starting a podcast with admitting to what theory you subscribe to is very weird. Dismissing the intruder theory isn't rational. So a mom hitting her daughter and then strangling her to death is more plausible than an intruder? Burke hitting her sister and then mother covering for him by strangling her daughter is more plausible than an intruder? Sorry, but there's no evidence pointing at Burke or the parents. All people have is a handwritten note that is unreliable and erratic behaviour of a mother. Police messed it up and that's why this case will be unsolved forever.

Dec 25th
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Wendy Mcgonigle

Richard Vajdel Agreed 100%, and the tasing...? as a 'cover up' for an accidental killing by a family member, this is ludicrous

Dec 29th
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Fairwater

Straightforward delivery of the fact, no messing around - well researched and very well delivered. A pleasure to listen to JIll and Dick. Keep up the great work 💐

Nov 11th
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K hearts

i LIVE for Jill cussing when she gets angry 😄 Jill and Dick are amazing, im so envious of the people who know them in real life. I have a sneaking suspicion If Jill was a close friend of mine my depression wouldn't exist haha

Nov 6th
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