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867,498 subscribers Worldwide. True crime's bastard child. Talk Murder To Me (TM2M) covers crime cases that NO other podcast dares to touch. Twice per week you’ll hear fully researched episodes, many filled with necrophilia, serial killers, conspiracies, controversial murders, & of course, Japanese torture techniques. NOT for the faint of ❤️
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Evidence Photos @ Talkmurder.com/Snowtown-MurdersThe "Snowtown" murders (also referred to as the Bodies in Barrels murders) were a shocking spree of serial murders by multiple killers. John Bunting was the mastermind behind these gruesome killings and would recruit others by his charismatic and strong hatred of pedophiles and homosexuals. Bunting, usually with the help of an accomplice named Robert Wagner, would kidnap mostly pedophiles and child molesters, torture them without mercy, murder, and then dismember the body so that it would fit in a 44 gallon barrel. In May 1999, police discovered six full barrels stuffed with rotting corpses inside an old bank vault in Snowtown Australia, which was the work of maniac John Bunting.
Evidence Photos @ Talkmurder.com/Maddie-Clifton8-year-old Maddie Clifton was murdered by her neighbor Joshua Phillips on November 3, 1998. Phillips, who was only fourteen at the time of his grisly crime, stuffed Maddie's body under his waterbed, where he slept over top of it for six days. Joshua's mother eventually noticed the stench of decomposition emanating from her son's room and alerted the police. Joshua Phillips is serving a life sentence for the murder of Maddie Clifton.
Evidence photos @ TalkMurder.com/Albert-FishThere is no doubt that Albert Fish (real name Hamilton Howard Fish) can be considered one of the most depraved and vile serial killer, child rapist, and cannibal to ever walk on Earth. While there are only three evidence-proven cases murder cases, most experts believe that this sadistic senior was responsible for at least one hundred other rapes and tortures. Fish’s main target was children, earning him the name “Boogeyman” amoung many others.
There is no doubt that Albert Fish (real name Hamilton Howard Fish) can be considered one of the most depraved and vile serial killer, child rapist, and cannibal to ever walk on Earth. While there are only three evidence-proven cases murder cases, most experts believe that this sadistic senior was responsible for at least one hundred other rapes and tortures. Fish’s main target was children, earning him the name “Boogeyman” amoung many others.
EVIDENCE PHOTOS @ Talkmurder.com/Robert-WoneRobert Wone, 32, was murdered on the night of August 2, 2008, while staying with a few friends in Washington D.C. Wone was stabbed in the chest three times, one of those entering his heart and killing him within sixty seconds. There were three other men home, all whom considered Wone considered friends, however, all claim to not know who the murderer was. This case is mind boggling and leaves you with the realization that you may need to rethink who you consider friends.
EVIDENCE PHOTOS @ talkmurder.com/josef-fritzlIn 2008, Josef Fritzl was arrested and convicted of locking his own daughter inside a cellar for 24 years where he would constantly rape her and force her into giving birth to 7 children. Josef Fritzl's arrest made international headlines as one of the most depraved acts of human cruelty since the Nazi death camps. Fritzl is known as Das Inzest Monster, or The Incest Monster.
Comment @ https://talkmurder.com/son-of-samThis episode was originally going to be just on David Berkowitz being the Son of Sam, but it turned out to a lot of discussion on the conspiracy that there were more than one shooters. Enjoy!
David Richard Berkowitz, also self-proclaimed with the name Son of Sam and christened by the media as the .44 Caliber Killer due to the weapon he used, is an American serial killer who pleaded guilty to eight separate shooting attacks that began in New York City during the summer of 1976.
Evidence Photos GRAPHIC - https://talkmurder.com/belle-gunnessThe horrifying account of Belle Gunness is that of which nightmares are made. This Lady Bluebeard lured in her prey under the guise of a rich widow in search of a man to share her wealth and companionship with. Leaving 28 hacked up and decomposing corpses buried in her hog pen, including her own children, Gunness fled in the night, never to be seen again. Till this day no-one can definitively claim to know Belle ended up or even if she took up her murder business somewhere else.
Evidence photos and discussion - https://talkmurder.com/anthony-sowellAnthony Sowell became known as the Cleveland Strangler after eleven rotting corpses were found in his home at 12205 Imperial Avenue. For 2 years Sowell had been luring in women under the guise of smoking crack cocaine. Once the victim was in his house, Sowell would rape, torture, and strangle them to death.
Evidence photos and discussion - https://talkmurder.com/anthony-sowellAnthony Sowell became known as the Cleveland Strangler after eleven rotting corpses were found in his home at 12205 Imperial Avenue. For 2 years Sowell had been luring in women under the guise of smoking crack cocaine. Once the victim was in his house, Sowell would rape, torture, and strangle them to death.
Evidence photos and discussion at https://talkmurder.com/kendall-francoisKendall "Stinky" Francois murdered eight to ten women Poughkeepsie, NY over a two-year-period. Francois would target prostitutes, bringing them back to his home, which he shared with his parents, where he would strangle them to death and stuff them in his attic.Join us at https://talko.fm/join
See evidence photos - https://talkmurder.com/george-stinney-jrLeave me a comment there, I read them all.On June 16, 1944, the State of South Carolina legally executed George Stinney Jr., a 14-year-old African American boy by sending over 2,400 volts of electricity through his body until he was dead. Stinney Jr. was accused of murdering Betty June Binnicker, 11, and Mary Emma Thames, 7, while they were out picking maypop fruits. Now over 70 years later George Stinney Jr. has been fully exonerated for his crimes, the murder he didn’t commit.Become our newest Talko 🌮 @ talko.fm/join
See evidence photos - https://talkmurder.com/george-stinney-jrLeave me a comment there, I read them all.On June 16, 1944, the State of South Carolina legally executed George Stinney Jr., a 14-year-old African American boy by sending over 2,400 volts of electricity through his body until he was dead. Stinney Jr. was accused of murdering Betty June Binnicker, 11, and Mary Emma Thames, 7, while they were out picking maypop fruits. Now over 70 years later George Stinney Jr. has been fully exonerated for his crimes, the murder he didn’t commit.Become our newest Talko 🌮 @ talko.fm/join
See evidence photos and leave me a comment here - https://talkmurder.com/jasmine-richardson/A triple slaying left Canadian citizens asking how a normal loving family like the Richardsons could have been targeted for such an horrid crime. Detectives soon find out that it is the families' own daughter, 12-year-old Jasmine Richardson, who masterminded the entire slaying. Jasmine even killed her own little brother with a knife before running away to be with her boyfriend and murder partner, 23-year-old Jeremy Steinke.
Evidence photos and discusstion at https://talkmurder.com/toolbox-killersLawrence Sigmund Bittaker and Roy Lewis Norris are two American serial killers who together kidnapped, tortured, raped, and murdered five young women over a period of five months in California in 1979.Before they metLawrence BittakerShortly after his birth, Bittaker was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. George Bittaker. George worked in aircraft factories, which required the family to move often, from Pennsylvania to Florida to Ohio and finally to California.Bittaker, who had a tested I.Q. of 138, dropped out of high school in 1957, after several run-ins with juvenile authorities and police. Shortly thereafter he was picked up for car theft, leaving the scene of a hit-and-run accident, and evading arrest. He was imprisoned in the California Youth Authority until he was 19.The FBI arrested Bittaker in Louisiana several days after his release for violating the Interstate Motor Vehicle Theft Act. Convicted in August 1959, he was sentenced to 18 months in an Oklahoma federal reformatory. His behavior there soon got him transferred to a Missouri medical center. He was released after serving six months of his sentence.In December 1960 he was arrested in Los Angeles, and in May 1961 was sentenced to 1–15 years in a state prison. A psychiatric evaluation determined Bittaker to be paranoid and borderline psychotic, with little control over his impulses. Despite these findings, he was released in 1963.He was picked up two months later for parole violation and suspected robbery, and again in October 1964. While in prison he was again given a psychiatric evaluation, and again determined to be borderline psychotic.In July 1967 he was arrested and convicted of theft and leaving a hit-and-run accident. He was sentenced to five years, but was released in April 1970. However, in March 1971 he was picked up for burglary and parole violation. He was sentenced to six months to 15 years in October. He served three years of that sentence.He was arrested again when he stabbed a supermarket employee in the parking lot of the business. Bittaker had stuffed a steak down his pants and the employee had followed him outside and tried to stop him. The man survived, and Bittaker was convicted of attempted murder. He met Norris while in prison at the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo.In 1976 Bittaker was hired as the manager for the Holiday Theater in the Reseda area of the San Fernando Valley.He was given another psychiatric evaluation, which rejected the borderline psychotic finding, saying instead that he was a classic sociopath. Another psychiatrist called Bittaker a sophisticated psychopath. Despite the psychiatrists' warnings, he was released in November 1978 and moved to Los Angeles.Roy NorrisAt 17, Norris dropped out of school and joined the Navy. He spent most of his service stationed in San Diego, and served four months in Vietnam. He saw no combat while there.Back in San Diego, Norris was arrested on November 1969 for attempted rape. Three months later, out on bail before his trial, he was arrested again. He had tried to attack a woman in her home. Police arrived before he could harm her. At this point Norris was discharged from the Navy for psychological problems.In May 1970, while still out on bail, he attacked a female student on the San Diego State University campus. He had jumped the woman from behind, hit her on the head with a rock, then slammed her head several times on the concrete. The woman survived, so Norris was only charged with assault with a deadly weapon. He was sent to Atascadero State Hospital as a sex offender and spent five years there. When released he was considered no further danger to others.Three months after his release Norris attacked and raped a 27-year-old woman. Convicted of forcible rape, he was sent to the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo. While there he met and befriended Bittaker. Norris claims Bittaker saved his life twice in prison, which bound him to Bittaker according to the "prisoner's code".Norris was released on January 15, 1979 and moved in with his mother in Los Angeles, this is where it is believed he began an incestuous relationship. Bittaker contacted Norris and they continued their prison friendship on the outside.MurdersBittaker and Norris hatched a plan to rape and kill local girls. Bittaker bought a 1977 GMC cargo van, which they came to call "Murder Mack", because it had no side windows in the back and a large passenger side sliding door. From February to June 1979, they gave their plan a test run. They drove along the Pacific Coast Highway, stopped at beaches, talked to girls and took their pictures. When the pair was arrested, police found close to 500 pictures among Bittaker's possessions.On June 24, 1979, they claimed their first victim, 16-year-old Cindy Schaeffer. They picked her up near Redondo Beach, Norris forcing her into the van. He duct taped her mouth and bound her arms and legs. Bittaker drove the van to a fire road on San Gabriel Mountains out of sight of the highway. Both men raped the girl, and then Bittaker wrapped a straightened wire coat hanger around her neck. He tightened the wire with vise-grip pliers, strangling her to death. They wrapped her body in a plastic shower curtain and dumped it in a nearby canyon.They picked up 18-year-old Andrea Hall hitchhiking on July 8. Norris hid in the back of the van and Bittaker talked her into the van. After she had gotten in Bittaker offered her a drink from a cooler in the back. When she went to the cooler Norris jumped her, bound her arms and legs, and taped her mouth shut. They took her to the fire road and raped her several times. Bittaker dragged her from the van, and Norris left to get beer. When he returned, Hall was gone, and Bittaker was looking at Polaroid pictures of her. He had stabbed her with an ice pick in both ears and strangled her. He threw her body over a cliff.On September 3, while driving near Hermosa Beach, the pair spotted two girls on a bus stop bench and offered them a ride. Jackie Gilliam, 15, and Leah Lamp, 13, accepted their offer. The girls became suspicious when Bittaker parked the van near a suburban tennis court. Lamp went for the back door and Norris hit her in the head with a bat. A short scuffle broke out, but with Bittaker's help Norris subdued the teens and bound them both. Bittaker then drove them to the fire road. They kept the girls alive for two days, raping and torturing them the whole time with a wire hanger and pliers. They even made an audio recording of the events. Eventually Bittaker stabbed Gilliam in both ears with an ice pick. When she didn't succumb to her injuries, both men took turns strangling her until she died. Bittaker then strangled Lamp while Norris hit her in the head with a sledgehammer seven times. They dumped the bodies over a cliff, the ice pick still in Gilliam's head.They kidnapped Shirley Sanders on September 30, macing her and forcing her into the van. Both raped her, but she escaped. Police had showed her pictures of the men and she had identified the men as Lawrence and Roy.They kidnapped 16-year-old Lynette Ledford on October 31, raping her and torturing her, while driving around Los Angeles instead of heading to their usual mountain spot. Bittaker stabbed the young girl several times and also tortured her with the pliers. During her torture, her screams and pleas were tape-recorded as Bittaker repeatedly beat her elbows with a sledgehammer, all the time demanding that she not stop screaming; he eventually strangled her with a wire hanger, using the pliers to twist a cinching loop around her throat. Instead of tossing her body over a cliff, they left it on a random lawn in Hermosa Beach to see the local reaction in the newspaper. The body was found the next day and caused quite a stir, being only days since the arrest of "Hillside Strangler" Angelo Buono.Arrest, trial and sentenceNorris had been telling prison friend Jimmy Dalton all about the murders. Dalton thought the stories were lies until Ledford's body was found. He talked to his lawyer and they went to the Los Angeles Police Department with information about Norris.At the trial, both Norris and Bittaker were charged with murder, kidnapping, forcible rape, sexual perversion and criminal conspiracy. Bittaker was convicted of rape, torture, kidnapping, and murder on February 17, 1981 and sentenced to death. As of February 2008, Bittaker is still on death row, where he still receives mail, which he signs using his nickname "Pliers" Bittaker. Norris was also sentenced, but was spared a life sentence or being executed in return for his testimony against Bittaker. Norris was denied parole in 2009, and will be eligible in another ten years.
Evidence photos and discusstion at https://talkmurder.com/toolbox-killersI Said God Damn - https://open.spotify.com/show/5PCfGN9QRAPyD6RjTAsHA0?si=ekL5yfNoRreXqQhfhu0tdwLawrence Sigmund Bittaker and Roy Lewis Norris are two American serial killers who together kidnapped, tortured, raped, and murdered five young women over a period of five months in California in 1979.Before they metLawrence BittakerShortly after his birth, Bittaker was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. George Bittaker. George worked in aircraft factories, which required the family to move often, from Pennsylvania to Florida to Ohio and finally to California.Bittaker, who had a tested I.Q. of 138, dropped out of high school in 1957, after several run-ins with juvenile authorities and police. Shortly thereafter he was picked up for car theft, leaving the scene of a hit-and-run accident, and evading arrest. He was imprisoned in the California Youth Authority until he was 19.The FBI arrested Bittaker in Louisiana several days after his release for violating the Interstate Motor Vehicle Theft Act. Convicted in August 1959, he was sentenced to 18 months in an Oklahoma federal reformatory. His behavior there soon got him transferred to a Missouri medical center. He was released after serving six months of his sentence.In December 1960 he was arrested in Los Angeles, and in May 1961 was sentenced to 1–15 years in a state prison. A psychiatric evaluation determined Bittaker to be paranoid and borderline psychotic, with little control over his impulses. Despite these findings, he was released in 1963.He was picked up two months later for parole violation and suspected robbery, and again in October 1964. While in prison he was again given a psychiatric evaluation, and again determined to be borderline psychotic.In July 1967 he was arrested and convicted of theft and leaving a hit-and-run accident. He was sentenced to five years, but was released in April 1970. However, in March 1971 he was picked up for burglary and parole violation. He was sentenced to six months to 15 years in October. He served three years of that sentence.He was arrested again when he stabbed a supermarket employee in the parking lot of the business. Bittaker had stuffed a steak down his pants and the employee had followed him outside and tried to stop him. The man survived, and Bittaker was convicted of attempted murder. He met Norris while in prison at the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo.In 1976 Bittaker was hired as the manager for the Holiday Theater in the Reseda area of the San Fernando Valley.He was given another psychiatric evaluation, which rejected the borderline psychotic finding, saying instead that he was a classic sociopath. Another psychiatrist called Bittaker a sophisticated psychopath. Despite the psychiatrists' warnings, he was released in November 1978 and moved to Los Angeles.Roy NorrisAt 17, Norris dropped out of school and joined the Navy. He spent most of his service stationed in San Diego, and served four months in Vietnam. He saw no combat while there.Back in San Diego, Norris was arrested on November 1969 for attempted rape. Three months later, out on bail before his trial, he was arrested again. He had tried to attack a woman in her home. Police arrived before he could harm her. At this point Norris was discharged from the Navy for psychological problems.In May 1970, while still out on bail, he attacked a female student on the San Diego State University campus. He had jumped the woman from behind, hit her on the head with a rock, then slammed her head several times on the concrete. The woman survived, so Norris was only charged with assault with a deadly weapon. He was sent to Atascadero State Hospital as a sex offender and spent five years there. When released he was considered no further danger to others.Three months after his release Norris attacked and raped a 27-year-old woman. Convicted of forcible rape, he was sent to the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo. While there he met and befriended Bittaker. Norris claims Bittaker saved his life twice in prison, which bound him to Bittaker according to the "prisoner's code".Norris was released on January 15, 1979 and moved in with his mother in Los Angeles, this is where it is believed he began an incestuous relationship. Bittaker contacted Norris and they continued their prison friendship on the outside.MurdersBittaker and Norris hatched a plan to rape and kill local girls. Bittaker bought a 1977 GMC cargo van, which they came to call "Murder Mack", because it had no side windows in the back and a large passenger side sliding door. From February to June 1979, they gave their plan a test run. They drove along the Pacific Coast Highway, stopped at beaches, talked to girls and took their pictures. When the pair was arrested, police found close to 500 pictures among Bittaker's possessions.On June 24, 1979, they claimed their first victim, 16-year-old Cindy Schaeffer. They picked her up near Redondo Beach, Norris forcing her into the van. He duct taped her mouth and bound her arms and legs. Bittaker drove the van to a fire road on San Gabriel Mountains out of sight of the highway. Both men raped the girl, and then Bittaker wrapped a straightened wire coat hanger around her neck. He tightened the wire with vise-grip pliers, strangling her to death. They wrapped her body in a plastic shower curtain and dumped it in a nearby canyon.They picked up 18-year-old Andrea Hall hitchhiking on July 8. Norris hid in the back of the van and Bittaker talked her into the van. After she had gotten in Bittaker offered her a drink from a cooler in the back. When she went to the cooler Norris jumped her, bound her arms and legs, and taped her mouth shut. They took her to the fire road and raped her several times. Bittaker dragged her from the van, and Norris left to get beer. When he returned, Hall was gone, and Bittaker was looking at Polaroid pictures of her. He had stabbed her with an ice pick in both ears and strangled her. He threw her body over a cliff.On September 3, while driving near Hermosa Beach, the pair spotted two girls on a bus stop bench and offered them a ride. Jackie Gilliam, 15, and Leah Lamp, 13, accepted their offer. The girls became suspicious when Bittaker parked the van near a suburban tennis court. Lamp went for the back door and Norris hit her in the head with a bat. A short scuffle broke out, but with Bittaker's help Norris subdued the teens and bound them both. Bittaker then drove them to the fire road. They kept the girls alive for two days, raping and torturing them the whole time with a wire hanger and pliers. They even made an audio recording of the events. Eventually Bittaker stabbed Gilliam in both ears with an ice pick. When she didn't succumb to her injuries, both men took turns strangling her until she died. Bittaker then strangled Lamp while Norris hit her in the head with a sledgehammer seven times. They dumped the bodies over a cliff, the ice pick still in Gilliam's head.They kidnapped Shirley Sanders on September 30, macing her and forcing her into the van. Both raped her, but she escaped. Police had showed her pictures of the men and she had identified the men as Lawrence and Roy.They kidnapped 16-year-old Lynette Ledford on October 31, raping her and torturing her, while driving around Los Angeles instead of heading to their usual mountain spot. Bittaker stabbed the young girl several times and also tortured her with the pliers. During her torture, her screams and pleas were tape-recorded as Bittaker repeatedly beat her elbows with a sledgehammer, all the time demanding that she not stop screaming; he eventually strangled her with a wire hanger, using the pliers to twist a cinching loop around her throat. Instead of tossing her body over a cliff, they left it on a random lawn in Hermosa Beach to see the local reaction in the newspaper. The body was found the next day and caused quite a stir, being only days since the arrest of "Hillside Strangler" Angelo Buono.Arrest, trial and sentenceNorris had been telling prison friend Jimmy Dalton all about the murders. Dalton thought the stories were lies until Ledford's body was found. He talked to his lawyer and they went to the Los Angeles Police Department with information about Norris.At the trial, both Norris and Bittaker were charged with murder, kidnapping, forcible rape, sexual perversion and criminal conspiracy. Bittaker was convicted of rape, torture, kidnapping, and murder on February 17, 1981 and sentenced to death. As of February 2008, Bittaker is still on death row, where he still receives mail, which he signs using his nickname "Pliers" Bittaker. Norris was also sentenced, but was spared a life sentence or being executed in return for his testimony against Bittaker. Norris was denied parole in 2009, and will be eligible in another ten years.
Evidence photos and discussion: https://talko.fm/221Subscribe and watch on Youtube: https://talko.fm/youtubeAfter a long night of drinking with a female companion, Brynn Hartman, wife of Saturday Night Live (SNL) star and comedian Phil Hartman, drives herself home and shots her husband three times at point-blank range. Brynn then leaves her home once again and visits a male friend, continues her drinking and cocaine binge, and then drives back home where she places a revolver barell in her own mouth and pulls back the trigger.221 // Saturday Night Dead // Phil Hartman Murder-Suicide20% Off USDA Organic CBD @ https://talko.fm/jupiterFrom Murderpedia.orgBrynn Hartman (born Vicki Jo Omdahl) (April 11, 1958 – May 28, 1998) was the wife and murderer of actor and comedian Phil Hartman.Early lifeVicki Jo Omdahl was born in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, to Donald Gene Omdahl and Constance Faye Omdahl (née Arnold), and had a brother named Gregory Clark Omdahl and two sisters named Katherine Kelly Omdahl Wright and Debbie Omdahl Borreson. On May 20, 1977, she married Douglas Iver Torfin, but they later divorced.On November 25, 1987, she married Phil Hartman. They had two children: Sean Edward Hartman (born 1987) and Birgen Hartman (born 1992). Both children are currently being raised by her sister Katherine and her husband Michael Wright in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.Minor acting careerHartman acted in small roles on television and film, playing a waitress in the Elijah Wood film North and a Venusian on 3rd Rock from the Sun. She met her husband, actor Phil Hartman, while working as a Catalina swimsuit model. She can also be seen during the early 1990s opening credit sequence of Saturday Night Live, having dinner with Hartman. At the time, Phil's career was near its highest point.Murder of Phil Hartman and suicideOn May 28, 1998, she killed her husband in his sleep, shooting him three times with a revolver. Around 2am or 3am, she drove to her friend Ron Douglas' house, and confessed, but he did not believe her. At 6:20am, the two of them drove back to the Hartman home where Douglas discovered the body. Douglas subsequently called the police, who arrived on the scene to escort the two children out of the house. Before the police attended to her, Hartman went back into the bedroom and killed herself with a second revolver, shooting herself in the right eye.Phil Hartman's divorce attorney, Steven Small, stated in a CNN article that Brynn's anger management problems may have contributed to the murder/suicide. In a 1998 People Online article, Small also stated that the couple argued over her alcoholism, her addiction to cocaine and the impending divorce. Each was unhappy and accused the other of not allowing a divorce. According to an article on the website FranksReelReviews.com, she combined cocaine, alcohol, and Zoloft at the Hollywood restaurant Buca di Beppo the night of the murder/suicide.According to Phil Hartman's friend and colleague Jon Lovitz, Brynn Hartman had been sober for 10 years until five months before the murder, when comedian Andy Dick reintroduced her to cocaine.
Evidence photos & Discussion @ https://talko.fm/220Youtube subscribe @ https://talko.fm/youtubeGive us money @ https://talko.fm/joinLindsay Buziak was a hardworking twenty-four-year-old who was excelling at her career, in a loving relationship, and living her best life. This beautiful youthful spirit was an inspiration to those around her, which is why it came a shock when someone brutally snuffed out her life. Lindsay Buziak went to a showing at a nearby home. This is the last time anyone has talked to her alive. After finding a way into the home where she went missing, her boyfriend reportedly found her dead body. Someone had stabbed Lindsay over forty times, showing some genuine passion behind the killing. So what really happened?
219 // The Girl in the Box

219 // The Girl in the Box

2021-02-2301:20:48

Evidence photos: https://talkmurder.com/girl-in-the-boxSupport us: https://www.patreon.com/TalkMurderOn May 19, 1977, Colleen Stan, a twenty-year-old hitchiker, was abducted off Antelope Blvd after accepting a ride from Cameron and Janice Hooker. Stan ultimately survived her captors, but was only set free after seven years of abuse, isolation, and brainwashing. Colleen's story has been known since then as "the girl in the box" case.
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Louise Petersen

I love listening to these 3. I only have 1 complaint. If John says "AM in the morning" 1 more time I may have to unsubscribe. AM means morning. It's the department of redundancy department. It makes me crazy.

May 11th
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Erica Tidman

You are pronouncing her name wrong

Feb 3rd
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Mackenzie Trost

omg i am dying laughing out loud in my mail truck at Jens accent 🤣🤣🤣 yall are awesome

Sep 21st
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Priya Patel

Jones and his co host are stealing etsy art, selling it back to the creators, mocking raoe survivors, and threatening legal action against all original art creators theyve stolen from. Jones has been BUYING 5 start reviews-literally thousands of them, and is holding "The Missing" podcast hostage fromcits actualy creator. He wont let her have it back or make any profits from her own work. He and his co host that claimed it's fine because of "veteran status" think they're entitled to everyone else's hard work. Absolute trash this sums it up: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=165936911781130&id=100691664972322

Sep 14th
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Katherine Ann Mott

I've been reading about all the drama regarding this podcast, between the stolen merch designs and veteran status being used as an excuse it's just a mess. There's posts about it on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by the artists they ripped off for anyone interested.

Sep 11th
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Christopher Brown

unfortunately these folks have decided to steal artwork from artists and offered the most backhanded "apology" ever. please take into consideration that their ethics are lacking before listening.

Sep 10th
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Louisa Tanner

Horrible podcast. way to much cursing. Get to the story already! 10 minutes in and already I don't give a shit.

Aug 10th
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Heidi Mae Stoa Price

btw nico is a boy not a girl

Jun 6th
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Heidi Mae Stoa Price

I am from Pueblo Colorado does not get as cold here as some places but I do agree with being a beach person since I am originally from California. Love the podcast and I am a supremo taco but you guys have never said my name as a supporter. 😪😪😪

Jun 6th
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Liz Fisher Sobocinski

omg I'm not sure I'm even going to make it part episode 4. I don't want to be rude but Jen is so annoying every episode and sometimes I tthink even the other two hosts get annoyed by her too. I love the other two and think they tell the story very well but her "drunken humor" is obnoxious. if they can't get rid of her then I wish they would at least cut more of her dialogue

Nov 19th
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