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Every Monday, ChaVohn Nakia tells stories of true crime both foreign and domestic that are linked to the Armed Forces.
17 Episodes
ONE OFF: Killer Santa

ONE OFF: Killer Santa


All was peaceful in the city of Toronto. When one deadly Kris Kringle stalked the rainbow community of Church and Wellesly, word spread like wild fire. A serial killer was on the loose. It wasn't just the murders that shook the town to it's core, it was how the killer hid in plain sight for years.Sources for this episode can not be listed here due to character limitations. A full list of sources can be found on  the website: Link: Maryruth's Liquid Organic Vitamins 15% Off Your First Purchase Enter Code: ZERODARK15
In part 2, the conclusion of The Staircase Killer: Michael Iver Peterson, we’re going to pick up right where we left off. Part 1, ended on Micheal Peterson’s indictment for the murder of his wife, Kathleen. We were just getting into the proceedings of trial. In this episode we’re really going to dive into this case and deliver some mind blowing revelations. 
Michael Iver Peterson was a New York Times Best Selling author who was accused of killing his wife Kathleen. He seemed to have it all. A perfect family, a thriving career and an opulent lifestyle most would envy. So when his beloved was found dead at the bottom of stairs, all of Durham, North Carolina was shook to its core. 
INFAMOUS: Ike Atkinson

INFAMOUS: Ike Atkinson


Ike Atkinson was a US Army master sergeant and convicted drug trafficker, believed to have been a major figure in smuggling heroin into the United States from Southeast Asia from about 1968 to 1975. Atkinson would go so far to dominate the drug trade, he would be dubbed by the DEA as Sergeant Smack. 
William Henry Hance committed a series of brutal murders in the late 1970s. As an Army Private, the uniform made him trustworthy to his unsuspecting victims. You may think you know all there is to know about the military. However, there is another side to the Armed Forces, that is rarely brought to light. Just like in the civilian world, there are men and women who have their demons.
When young women are brutally murdered in a small town of Angarsk, Russian authorities are shocked to discover the victims were all mutilated by the same serial killer. What they didn't know was Mikhail Popkov would confess to more than 80 murders from the 90's until 2012. Source material for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. A full list of sources have been provided at link for this episode: Code: ZERODARK15
WANTED: Zeng Kaigui

WANTED: Zeng Kaigui


This serial killer/bank robber is one of China's most prolific criminals. Wanted for six murders from 2004-2012. A manhunt of 13,000 police officers yielded nothing. Zeng Kaigui is still free. He can strike again at any moment. Source material for this episode can not be listed here due to character restrictions. For a full list of sources please visit: Affiliate link for this episode: Code: ZERODARK15
We've all seen the tape that shocked the world. We all witnessed the moment that spawned the Black Lives Matter Movement. The violent protests. The demand for police reform. On this Veteran's Day, hear a Zero Dark Take on George Floyd: The Murder. 
When a wife is raped and her husband brutally murdered, Newport News authorities launch an investigation, searching for the killer. Their search leads them to a naval ship: the USS Carl Vinson. When bite mark analysis fingers a seaman with a history of biting women, authorities have their man. The case was open and shut. However, things aren't quite what they seem. For a full list of sources please visit: 
Felix Hall wanted to serve his country and provide a better life for his family. Instead, he was lynched on Fort Benning, at a time when the country was on the brink of war. He was only 19 years old. Nearly 80 years later, this case remains one of the most appalling unsolved murders in history. 
She was an army soldier who lost her life at the age of 20. She was brutally murdered on Fort Hood, an army base with a long standing history of violence and horrific crimes. A demand for justice put the United States Army in the crosshairs of American citizens. For enlisted stationed there, it's clear serving your country stateside is no safer than going to war abroad. 
We expect our enlisted and our officer to die abroad in combat. What we don't expect is for them to die violent deaths while stationed right here on American soil without seeing one day of combat. Murders, suicides, sexual assaults, mysterious drownings, one infamous massacre. Fort Hood is the most violent and deadly army bases in military history. 
In the 1980s, well into the early 2000s an evil plagued South Central Los Angeles leaving more devastation and death than the raging gang wars. Prostitutes vanished without warning. There was a serial killer on the loose. The Grim Sleeper. His victims, rumored to be more than 25. His reign of terror, 30 years. All sources are sited on the website. To view the sources, please visit: learn more about Mary Ruth Organics please visit: Code for this episode: ZERODARK15 
In part 2 of Katherine Knight, the horrendous slaying of John Price is told in grizzly detail. 
Australia is known for more than surfing. In 2001, Katherine Knight murdered and cooked the remains of her on again off again lover, John Price. In this 2 part story, ChaVohn Nakia tells of the detailed events leading up to her crime. 



Every Monday, host ChaVohn Nakia brings you true crime both foreign and domestic with a military nexus. Either the victims or offenders are linked to the Armed Forces. 



Get ready true crime addicts. Coming your way on August 3rd is the military true crime podcast, Zero Dark Murder. Join podcast host ChaVohn Nakia and producer Angel Melendez, for Zero Dark Tales so twisted, so bizarre, so unapologetically brutal, you’ll be looking at the American Flag with a whole new pair of glasses. 
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