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True Crime

True Crime Podcast with two somewhat charming 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 off-the-wall theory, is sure to ensue.

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George C. Parker saw in the Brooklyn Bridge an opportunity for a quick buck and took it.  Within the millions of people crossing the bridge per year, there were bound to be some suckers...

 

As for Charles Lewis Blood...

 

He developed an interest in the use of nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”) as an anesthetic, and even learned how to manufacture it. He then claimed it as his own invention, calling it “oxygenized air,” and promoted it as a cure for tuberculosis and other respiratory tract diseases.

 

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In this final installment of The Unlucky Lotto Winner series, we find a couple twists! Typical victims were perps, a guy won a car, and more craziness in Florida.....shocker.

 

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Craigory Burch, Jr., a 30 year old forklift driver from Georgia, matched all five numbers in the Fantasy 5 drawing in November of 2015 and won a $434,272 jackpot “My right eye and hand had jumped for the past two weeks,” Burch said, according to the state lottery. “I knew that I would come into money.”

Urooj Khan immigrated to the U. S. from India when he was twenty-three. He worked hard, saved his money, and by 2012, the 46-year-old owned three dry cleaning shops on Chicago's North Side. Urooj couldn't believe his luck in spring 2012 when he scratched off a second lottery ticket at a 7-Eleven near his home on Chicago's North Side and realized he had won $1 million.

These fellas thought their troubles were over...man were they wrong.

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BLOOD TIES SEASON TWO IS AVAILABLE NOW!

Blood Ties is a scripted audio drama starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gad, Dominic Monaghan, Amy Landecker, and Wayne Knight.

After the sudden death of Michael and Elenore Richland’s billionaire father, disturbing allegations emerge about his dark past. These revelations thrust them into a fight they’re completely unprepared for. As the stakes of telling the truth continue to rise, they grapple with their father’s legacy and what to do with it.

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In 2006, Abraham was a 38 year old day laborer that lived in a working class neighborhood of Lakeland, Florida, where he grew up.. 

...atleast until November of that year when he won $30,000,000, which he brought home $17,000,000 of!

Yea, it was around this time that shit got interesting. Oh and lets not forget about that bitch, Carol...I mean, Dede Moore.

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By the age of twenty-six, Vincent Smothers had killed at least a dozen people, most of them drug dealers. As he saw it, he was simply hastening an inevitable conclusion. “When you grow up in the hood, you learn: if you sell drugs, you’re going to end up one of two things—in jail or dead,” 

“Those are the results of that life.” As for women who got in the line of fire, he reasoned, they’d benefitted from the trade. “When you flock to the ballers” “you get what they get when it’s your turn.” 

This episode contains a cover of "Lose Yourself" by Eminem

 

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"Everything was going pretty good until I ran out of my special meat. So I lured another bitch up to my trailer. I got her in there and started to rip her clothes off and start knocking the hell out of her. She was screaming, but there was no one around to hear her except me. And I just kept on laughing at her." -Joe Metheny

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"She was there to have fun. That's all it was. She was there as a friend. He was there trying to be a boyfriend," said P.I. David Marshburn.

But Kelli just thought of him as a drinking buddy....

"They went to the bar and she basically didn't pay him any attention," said Marshburn. "She was singing, cutting up, flirting with other guys. Just being friendly."

Kelli would leave Froggy Bottoms with nick some time after midnight...and never be seen again.

This episode contains an original cover of "Love Interruption" by Jack White

STUDY SOURCES: 
 
Investigation Discovery's- Hometown Homicide: Local Mysteries
"The Fayetteville Soldier Who Didn't Make it Home"
 
48 Hours | The Hunter: Searching for Kelli Bordeaux

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Molly Brighten (Mandy's Sister)- "Mandy, she was larger than life. … It's just she accomplished a lot in the short time that she was here." 

All that promise came to an abrupt end in 1989, when the college freshman came home from Central Washington University for Thanksgiving. The day after the big holiday meal at her house, Mandy set out on the last jog of her life with her German Shepard, Kyra.

 

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"My original plan was to kill all of us. That way, in the afterlife, we all could be a happy family."-Gary Green 

Gary Green was sent to death row 10 years ago for the September 2009 slayings of his wife, Lovetta and drowning of her daughter, Jazzmen Montgomery, at their home. Lovetta was stabbed more than 25 times. One other child, Jarret, who was 9, was stabbed in the stomach. He survived along with his brother J.T. who bravely tell their story.

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