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Episode 30: The Ashland County Serial Killer

Episode 30: The Ashland County Serial Killer

April 15, 2021

It all started with a 911 call—“I’ve been abducted.” When this arresting call came into the Ashland County, Ohio police dispatcher on September 13, 2016, no one could have seen coming that it would lead to a landslide of information and a shocking series of crimes against area women. Join Tommy as she takes Mick back to central Ohio for the story of this unbelievable contemporary serial killer. 

Episode 29: The Disappearance of Hang Lee

Episode 29: The Disappearance of Hang Lee

April 7, 2021

A young girl seeking a new job to support her family and her future, suddenly goes missing after a job interview.  Police have a solid lead, but are stonewalled for years.  While their main suspect lives the life of a career criminal, there’s little they can find to connect him to the disappearance. Mick shares the story of the disappearance of Hang Lee, a young immigrant from St. Paul, MN and the frustrating nature of this unsolved case.  Can recent changes in the suspect's criminal status help bring some tips to resolve this case?

Episode 28: Richard Speck: Mass Murderer

Episode 28: Richard Speck: Mass Murderer

March 31, 2021

We're back! And since we missed last week, we're giving this one to you a day early with the story of Richard Speck.

The evening of July 13, 1966 started off as a quiet and typical night for nine nursing students sharing a townhouse in Chicago until there came a knock at the door that unfurled into a night of utter terror. What kind of person could attack and kill so many young women entering into one of the most challenging and noble careers out there? Join Tommy as she walks Mick through one of America’s most infamous mass killings. 

Episode 27: Gregory Green, Family Annihilator

Episode 27: Gregory Green, Family Annihilator

March 18, 2021

When Gregory Green is sentenced for the murder of his girlfriend, he diligently serves his time in prison.  After winning over the parole board, he is released in 2008.  But history tragically repeats itself when he slips back into old behavior. His new wife seeks protection for herself and her family, but this story ends in a gruesome tragedy that no one could have imagined.  We travel back to Tommy’s hometown to explore this story of family devastation.

If you're experiencing Domestic or Intimate Partner Violence, we've included some resources to call, text, or visit below.  
1-800-977-SAFE to call
https://www.thehotline.org/ to text chat with a counselor or get more information
https://victimconnect.org/resources/national-hotlines/ 
https://victimconnect.org/lineas-directas-nacionales/?lang=es 

Episode 26: The Murder of Christopher Regan

Episode 26: The Murder of Christopher Regan

March 11, 2021

Christopher Regan was a successful, well-liked 53 year old and recent transplant to the sleepy town of Iron River, Michigan when he was last heard from on a cool day in October. After two weeks of no contact from Chris, a friend with a gut feeling that something was wrong enlisted the help of Police Chief Laura Frizzo, whose dogged determination to solve this case and find Chris would eventually cost her her job. Join Tommy as she walks Mick through a tale of lonely hearts, manipulation, and a plot as dark and twisted as the northern woods themselves. 

Episode 25: The Death of David Bocks

Episode 25: The Death of David Bocks

March 4, 2021

A small town in southern Ohio hides a nuclear secret.  When factory worker David Bocks goes missing, rumors swirl about the goings on at the Fernald Feed Plant.  While investigators feel they have their answers quickly, David's family and isn't so sure.  What stopped this case from being solve? Fear? Obfuscation? Stigma?  Join Tommy and Mick as they explore a decades old unsolved mystery.  

Episode 24: The Hobbs-Tobias Murders

Episode 24: The Hobbs-Tobias Murders

February 25, 2021

Krystal Tobias and Laura Hobbs were two seconds grade best friends who loved spending time together in their neighborhood in Zion, Illinois. When they were found killed in a local park in 2005, a perpetrator close to the victims was quickly apprehended. However, that isn’t the end of the story. Listen as Tommy tells Mick the tale of a double murder who’s ripple effect would cross state lines and cause havoc and confusion for years to come.

Episode 23: Why are you like this Ed Gein?! Part 2

Episode 23: Why are you like this Ed Gein?! Part 2

February 18, 2021

The stunning conclusion to the story of Ed Gein.  Mick and Tommy try to stitch together all the parts of Ed Gein to explain the man whose crimes and crafts stunned the world.  When the horrors of the Gein home are discovered the town of Plainfield reacts with disbelief, and then rage.  Police simply do not believe his explanations.  But the truth is stranger, and scarier, than fiction when it comes to this particular character.  Mick reviews (and judges) Gein’s psych eval, his confession, and his fate.  And we somehow tie it together in a Britney Spears bow.  

Episode 22: Why are you like this Ed Gein?!  Part 1

Episode 22: Why are you like this Ed Gein?! Part 1

February 11, 2021

He’s been called a Ghoul, a Deviant, and a Psycho.  He’s the inspiration behind some of the greatest fictional villains. But how much do we really know about Ed Gein? The man who horrified a nation when grisly crafts of skulls, skin masks, furniture, and clothing made of human body parts were discovered in his home.  How did Gein become the monster that we've come to know him to be?  In the first of this multiparter, Mick deep dives into the life, the family, and the psyche of The Butch of Plainfield himself.  And she and Tommy attempt to answer the question “Why are you like this Ed Gein?!”  

In part 1, we discuss the ever-important family of origin, Gein’s childhood, and just how he fit in in the tiny town of Plainfield Wisconsin.

Episode 21: Shawn Hornbeck

Episode 21: Shawn Hornbeck

February 8, 2021

On October 6, 2002, 11 year old Shawn Hornbeck vanished into thin air while riding his bicycle along the country roads of his hometown of Richwoods, Missouri, leaving behind no trace of what might have happened. In the years following his disappearance, his parents founded organizations to help find other missing children, channeling their grief into action, while leads dried up and the case went cold. When 13 year old Ben Ownby disappeared under similar circumstances from nearby Beaumont in 2007, a case unlike any other would be cracked wide open.

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