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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

#25 Insane in the Ukraine: Anatoly Onopreinko

36 year old Anatoly  Onoprienko- AKA The Beast of Ukraine, The Terminator, and Citizen O- was a Ukrainian serial mass murderer.
He confessed to killing 52 people, putting him among  the ranks of Gary Ridgeway and Andrei Chilatilo.  Still chances are high you've never heard of him.
Jen only gives you the cliff notes version of this story because she was totally unprepared and had only read one book on him. You can find more about Anatoly on Murderpedia

Our awesomely distinct Listener Discretion is from Edward October and his friend Rollo from OctoberpodVHS 

Promos this week courtesy of Hyperbole podcast and All Crime No Cattle .

#24 A Killer Among Them: The Gaffney Strangler

It is the late 1960's in Gaffney, South Carolina. The American South was still fighting for equality with the recent passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Newspapers across the nation would often lead with the battles being waged as they fought to  get access to separate but equal status. However one small Southern newspaper would receive a call that would leave four families devastated and steal a small town’s innocence. Join Jen and Cam as we discuss The Gaffney Strangler on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.

Brand New Listener Discretion by the ever effervescent Edward October from OctoberpodVHS.

Promos this week by Canadian True Crime and Southern Gothic Podcasts.

#23 The Pied Piper Of Tuscon:Charles"Smitty" Scmid, Jr

Charles "Smitty" Scmid, Jr  I'm just filling in space until Cam gets a few minutes to come on here and write a blurb.  I asked for one and she sent the entire story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin.  What a jokester!

I will tell you that this episodes promos are from our friends
Haunted Happenstance
Yikes! Murder and Stuff

and of course the famous Edward October from OctoberpodVHS does our amazing listener discretion.

#22 The Moscow Maniac: Sergey Golovkin

In the 1980's, boys ages 10-16 were going missing.  Their mutilated bodies would later turn up in secluded wooded areas.
It took a while before police were able to track down the man that turned out to be one of Russia's most prolific killers.

Promos from our friends
Murder In My Family
Explain To Me