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Ted Bundy and the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders

Ted Bundy and the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders

Update: 2019-05-0612
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Billy Jensen and Paul Holes discuss the unsolved murders of women and girls in the Santa Rosa, California area from the 1970's that have been possibly linked to serial killer Ted Bundy.


"Relaxing Piano Music" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Comments (7)

Annica Isherwood

I chose this to be my first listen of the pod, (Ted Bundy and the Santa Rosa..) good and interesting up until they started speaking with the screaming lady via phone. (Deb?) Horrible sound quality and a lot of meaningless chattering in a loud voice that really ruined the listening experience. I'll try another episode before giving up on this podcast altogether.

Jun 10th
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Natalia Winchester

so sad the list of all of these victims...

May 14th
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Joanna Collier

Crazy to actually know the areas they are describing.

May 8th
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Jaymes

ughhh again with the "sex worker" nonsenses, in all fairness, they show nothing but respect for these victims yet people jump at the chance to bitch at them just for calling them prostitute's..get a damn life. they did the same thing when the girls on MFM referred to sex workers as prostitute's,..jump down their throats just for using the "wrong term" and ignore the fact that it wasn't at all intended to be a negative. you'dc swear they were calling them whores, or loose women! the word prostitute wasn't a derogatory term until people decided it was one, and I very much doubt they themselves thought of it as derogatory,... learn to read the context before you jump on your damn high horses people, and if you're that easily offended maybe you should stay away from these kind of podcasts

May 6th
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Cliodhna Ni Bhroin

Jaymes Hi Jaymes, you're absolutely right that these folks were talking respectfully and were humanising these people and referencing a common term. I used to think the same until I realised that words have power, more than the basic definition. If someone from a group asks to be referred to by a different word or label what harm is it? All that's going to happen if the term "sex worker" is used is that people will be happier and feel like they are being respected. I know I don't have a problem with that...

May 25th
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Jaymes

Erin Darcy Cardenbatchingtonshireberg If I felt nothing but anger regarding the case details then I'd never enjoy any true crime podcasts. my statement is to the ignorant hate mailers and their eagarness to jump all over hosts for daring to use a term THEY deem "offensive"..I mean FFS the word prostitute is a Latin word that just means "for sale" .or something very similar. it's NOT a word designed to be derogatory..and sex worker is an umbrella term that encompasses various things from prostitute's to stripper's, to no-sex escorts, so you can be a sex worker without selling intercourses for money!. ...these people complaining don't even know why they think this word is even offensive. they just decided it was bad and now feel like they have the right to jump on anybody who dares to even use the term. regardless of the context. it's just silly. Billy and Paul and the hosts on MFM show all these victims the utmost respect, they're doing these shows to try to HELP! and don't deserve a slew of hate mail accusing them of being insensitive or disrespectful, and they're not guilty of any of those things!

May 8th
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Ted Bundy and the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders

Ted Bundy and the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders