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True Crime Podcast with two Sin City smart-asses. We dissect compelling crimes, everything from small happenings to the worlds most notorious killers. Interesting conversation and speculation as well as the occasional of-the-wall theory, is sure to ensue.

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January 9, 2019

Introducing Monstruo

The heart of a man is darkness...

No person, place or culture is immune to extreme violence.  Be prepared to take a journey, a tour of the world, where the most horrible atrocities have occurred.  Murder, rape, incest, dismemberment, & cannibalism... no terrifying detail will be left unexplored.

Based on actual events, this immersive audio experience will shock you, terrify you, and possibly make you ill. From the creators of Sword and Scale, Dark Topic & The Westside Fairytales comes MONSTRUO, the most terrifying podcast you will ever hear.

Subscribe to Monstruo today at wondery.fm/guys

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What does a big shot, athletic, good looking, drug dealer and a socially awkward twin serial killer with muttonchops have in common? Nothing, duh. But yet their lives became intertwined in a way that would change them forever. This is the crazy story of Jimmy Keene and Larry Hall. 

 
To Catch a Serial Killer
 
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In With The Devil by James Keene with Hillel Levin
 

 

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December 21, 2018

Jim Jones & Jonestown

In this Episode we give the freeloaders another taste of Patreon magic with a little trip down to Guyana. If you like this little taste of Flavor-Aid, there’s more where that came from at Patreon.com/truecrimeguys. Happy Holidays, and as always, Keep Creepin’!
 
This episode includes a song from The Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi - "I Never Heard A Man"

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In part two of the DB Cooper saga we talk about some copy cat criminals, as well as some leading suspects. We recorded this the night before thanksgiving, one of the biggest drinking days of the year, so….yea, this one was a blast! Enjoy, and remember just... “Let DB Be”. 

 
KEEP CREEPIN’!
 
Original DB Cooper Broadcast
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksxyp4s6AXY
 
*This episode includes excerpts from a conversation 
  between Joe Rogan and Tony Hinchcliffe, about D.B. Cooper.
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November 18, 2018

Let D.B.(Cooper) Be: Part 1

D.B. Cooper is a name popularly used to refer to an unidentified man who hijacked  a Boeing 727 aircraft in the northwest United States, in the airspace between Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 24, 1971. He extorted $200,000, in ransom (equivalent to $1,234,000 in 2018) and parachuted to an uncertain fate. Despite an extensive manhunt and protracted FBI investigation, the perpetrator has never been located or identified. It remains the only unsolved case of air piracy in commercial aviation history, and we hope it stays that way….”LET D.B. BE!”

 
KEEP CREEPIN’!
 
Original DB Cooper Broadcast
 
*This episode includes excerpts from a conversation 
  between Joe Rogan and Tony Hinchcliffe, about D.B. Cooper.
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Nellie Bly, born Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman, was an American journalist who was widely known for her record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days, and an experiment in which she worked undercover to report on a mental institution from within. (Thats the one that got our attention). She was a pioneer in her field, and launched a new kind of investigative journalism.  Bly was also a writer, industrialist, inventor, and a charity worker. When Bly was first approached with this opportunity she wasn’t quite sure if she had what it took to pass as mentally ill, but she later found is wasn’t so hard to submerse herself in the world of insanity, and what she found changed the world of psychiatric care forever.
 
KEEP CREEPIN'!
 
Original True Crime Guys Covers of:
"Stay" by Lisa Loeb
"Nelly Bly" by Stephen Foster.
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October 21, 2018

The Axeman of N’ORLINS

The Axeman of New Orleans was an American serial killer active in New Orleans, Louisiana from May 1918 to October 1919. Though there were similar murders as early as 1911. The perpetrator was never identified, and the murders remain unsolved. Was the Axeman one person? And if so, Why did he do it? Was it a for the thrill, compulsion, sexual pleasure, or maybe, just maybe….it was to promote Jazz. We kept all options on the table.  -_-

 

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September 30, 2018

The Mosquito of Nuremberg

In 1972, Kuno Hofmann was a deaf mute German labourer, a cripple who had spent nine years in mental institutions.  According to the public prosecutors, he was perfectly sane and fully accountable for his actions.  But his actions were…strange, by any normal standards. What sort of actions, you might ask? Oh just forced entry into graveyards and mortuaries near his home in Nurenberg, looking for freshly dead bodies. He chose his victims from death notices in the newspapers, and methodically made his way to a new corpse, stabbing into it with razor blades or a knife.  Sometimes, he cut the head off, sometimes he drank the blood.  From his prison cell, Hofmann explained, that he did it to make himself "good looking and strong”. Spoiler….it didn’t work.
 
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September 23, 2018

The Mild Murders of Wild Bill

James Butler Hickok, better known as "Wild Bill" Hickok, was a folk hero of the old west known for his work across the frontier as a wagon master, soldier, spy, scout, lawman, gunfighter, gambler, showman, and actor. He earned a great deal of notoriety, hugely in part, by the tales that he told about his own life. Some believe his exploits to be fictitious, but they remain the basis of much of his fame and reputation. Whether you believe the hype or not, Hickok has one hell of a story, and will always be considered an American legend. He fought a bear, ya know? Just sayin'.
 
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September 16, 2018

The Heist of the Damn Century

"Without weapons, nor violence, nor hatred"… those were the words scrawled across the vault wall at the Societe Generale in Nice, France. But how did they get there? And more importantly, how did anyone manage to enter the vault? With a door of steel three feet thick, the extremely cautious Lloyd’s of London deemed it so secure they saw no need for an alarm. This is the story of Albert Spaggiari, the world’s smoothest bank robber, or we think so anyways…Enjoy!

 
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