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Author: audiochuck | Ashley Flowers

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Crime Junkie is a weekly podcast dedicated to giving you a true crime fix. Every Monday, Ashley Flowers will tell you about whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you're sitting around talking crime with your best friends. The storytelling is straightforward and free of rabbit holes so the cases stay suspenseful and are easy to follow. If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’re a Crime Junkie! You’ve found your people.
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83: MISSING: Patti Adkins

83: MISSING: Patti Adkins

2019-05-2000:33:24

Patti Adkins had been having a secret relationship with a man from her work. When she went missing in July of 2001, troubling details emerge about their affair and the days leading up to her disappearance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 1985 Katie Eastburn and two of her daughters were brutally murdered while her husband was away. It would take over 20 years and three trials before their killer would be brought to justice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Israel Keyes is the most terrifying name you have probably never heard of. Officials believe he hunted and killed people all across the US and abroad from as early as 1997 - 2012. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
80: MISSING: Suzanne Lyall

80: MISSING: Suzanne Lyall

2019-04-2900:43:35

In 1998 a 19 year old college student boarded a bus from her job at the mall to go back to her campus dorm room. She was seen getting off the bus around 9:45 at night but was likely abducted somewhere between her bus stop and her dorm. Many theories and suspects have emerged over the years but her location still remains a mystery to this day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On April 22, 2019 the Indiana State Police released new information in the unsolved murder case of Abby & Libby in Delphi, Indiana. Here are the updates you absolutely NEED TO KNOW!Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 2013 a 17-year-old boy's body was found rolled up in a high school gym mat. Local law enforcement was quick to rule it an accident and move on but the family is sure this is a case of murder being covered up. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MISSING: Timmothy PitzenOn April 3, 2019 someone claiming Timmothy Pitzen approached a stranger in KY and told them he had escaped abductors. The news went wild with this information as the public waited for DNA results to come in. We learned that the man was not Timmothy but it reignited one of the most mysterious disappearance cases in IL history. On this episode of Crime Junkie we will tell you about the day Timmothy left school with his mom in 2011 and the strange circumstances surrounding their whereabouts after. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One day before his anniversary Jerry Michael Williams went for a duck hunting trip on lake Seminole but never returned home. For years people were convinced he had been eaten by alligators but the truth was much more sinister. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
75: MISSING: Rachel Cooke

75: MISSING: Rachel Cooke

2019-04-0100:31:0637

17 years ago, college student Rachel Cooke was visiting her family home in Texas for her winter break. She went out for an early morning run on her regular route but never return. No sign of Rachel has been found in all these years but there was a break in 2017 that could hold all the clues to what happened to her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
74: MURDERED: Kacie Woody

74: MURDERED: Kacie Woody

2019-03-2500:44:5960

Kacie was a young girl who trusted easily but in 2002 her trust would be misplaced after meeting two boys online. One of them was not who they seemed to be and he wanted more from Kacie than she could give. In this episode we explore the dangers of the internet and warn against potential predators lurking the web. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Jeremy Boulton

Love this podcast! You two did a great job telling this story. If anyone is interested, there is a great podcast called "Cold" that goes into great detail about this case. It's fascinating, heartbreaking, and frustrating (as already witnesses by that incompetent 911 operator). It's a great listen for any crime junkie.

May 22nd
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Michael Reznor

ya know,when you make mention of the fact that a good detective was a woman, and how cool that is, it just really shows the low expectations you both have of women.

May 22nd
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Danielle Lee

I don't think Scott did it, that whole thing with the 7 pregnant women who went missing in the same area within 3 years is way too shady. I think Scott is a scumbag, an idiot and a bad husband but he's not a murderer in my opinion. The media ruined this entire case and no justice has been brought to Laci, Connor, or their family

May 22nd
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Tristan Scott

I am extrapolating and guestimating that she may of had cyclothiamic disorder A.K.A "borderline personality disorder" (Emphasis on my extrapolation. I'm a cognitive neuroscience major with a minor in psychology. I'm not a medical practitioner and am unfit to make diagnosis, but I'm going to lay out my thinking below anyways) 1. Intense, unstable relationship categorized by cycles of idealization and devaluation of the partner. (not necessary for a diagnosis, but often observed) 2. Chronic feeling of emptiness, lack of belonging, externalized to partner and child in her case. 3. a history of suicidality. (again not needed for a diagnosis, but often observed sometimes with self harm) I have heard of cyclothiamic disorder as described as "bipolar type 3" with mood swings happening on a day to day basis rather than happening on a semi monthly basis. thus it goes severely underdiagnosed or mistaken as unipolar depression.

May 22nd
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Angela Fern

I'm a new listener and just wanted to say I really enjoy your podcast, ESPECIALLY the missing person ones!! Keep em coming!!

May 22nd
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Grimladi

I just don’t understand how someone can be meticulous enough to kill and hide a body and never be charged but attempt to kill his next girlfriend, leave her for dead at a house where people can find her

May 22nd
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Susan Renshaw

p1ap

May 21st
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jkiel d

I am in tears ... what a monster

May 21st
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wen

there's so much talking over each other its so annoying

May 21st
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Cindy Jensen

wow that is really messed up.

May 21st
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I Hope Someone Relates

I would not speak to police either. Sorry, I can understand why James would stop cooperating. I can see why he would write them off after this as well. Mall security cameras are not 100% everywhere so I don't fully know about the being able to confidently say he did not drop her off where he said without seeing the actual details of that aspect. What would his motive be? Not quite sure on this case, but this theory doesn't make sense to me.

May 21st
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Juju Longo

I wish they sounded less rehearsed. otherwise, I like this podcast a lot.

May 21st
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Em Brannon

I'm alittle confused. She rode into work with a friend because she didn't want her car to sit in the parking lot for a week, but her car was in the Honda parking lot. Officials left it in the parking lot for a year and watched it. If her car was in the parking lot, why would she need to ride with a friend? I don't think she ever made it out of the plant.

May 20th
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Jessica Mueller

Like the podcast and the story-telling... good job. However, I feel like I'm listening to a podcast that's trying to be too much like My Favorite Murder. I'll keep listening because I like it in general... minus that MFM "wannabe" (for lack of a better word; not trying to be insulting) stuff. :/

May 20th
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I Hope Someone Relates

I like dogs. I hate all of the distractions on this podcast about dogs. It's annoying and way off topic.

May 20th
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Lestyloo

these women sound like teenagers. between the gasping sidekick, the over dramatic vocals and the LIKES I'm not sure if I'm listening to episode of Lizzy McGuire or true crime.

May 20th
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Tabitha Lynn Stiltner

It's Marysville not Maryville! I live here and that pos is responsible for her death!

May 20th
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Kelly Gaskin

all I can picture is him, with a gun or other weapon, directing the girls "down the hill" to a place that he can attack them...super creepy. I wish they would release the entire sound clip!!!

May 19th
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Kelly Gaskin

9/11 absolutely destroys the chance of any evidence coming out in this case. I'm honestly shocked that the video of her in the boutique was found. Also, I have to wonder if crimes of opportunity were committed around 9/11 knowing that victims would be assumed to be victims of the attack. FULL. BODY. CHILLS.

May 19th
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NoaGins

This show would be amazing if it was just Ashley. Brit basically just says "what!?" or "okay, so (repeats what Ashley just said as a question)". It's like when you watch old sitcoms and there's the laugh track in the background - that's Brit. No substance, just background. Annoying

May 19th
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