Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Blood on the Bayou

Blood on the Bayou


It was July 1997, when 19-year-old David Mitchell's body was found
near Hahnville, Louisana. Six months later in December 1997,
the body of 20-year-old Gary Pierre was found in St. Charles Parish
followed by the discovery of the body of 38-year-old Larry Ranson
in July 1998. Young men were being murdered at an alarming rate
in and around the party capital of the south. The victimology was
telling the police that these young men were connected but it also
told them that their greatest fear was about to be confirmed. There
was a serial killer on the loose and he was just getting started.
Join us as we discuss the Bayou Blue strangler on this episode
of Our True Crime Podcast.














Bayou Strangler Victims
NameAgeDate foundLocation found
David Mitchell19July 1997St. Charles Parish
Gary Pierre20December 1997St. Charles Parish
Larry Ranson38July 1998St. Charles Parish
Oliver LeBanks27October 1998Metarie, Jefferson Parish
Joseph Brown16October 1998Kenner, Jefferson Parish
Bruce Williams18November 1998Jefferson Parish
Manuel Reed21May 1999Kenner, Jefferson Parish
Angel Mejia34June 1999Kenner, Jefferson Parish
Mitchell Johnson34August 1999Metarie, Jefferson Parish
Michael Vincent23January 2000Lafourche Parish
Kenneth Randolph20October 2002Lafourche Parish
Anoka Jones26October 2002St. Charles Parish
Datrell Woods19May 2003Terrebonne Parish
Larry Matthews46October 2004Terrebonne Parish
Michael Barnett21October 2004Terrebonne Parish
Leon Lirette22February 2005Terrebonne Parish
August Watkins31April 2005Lafourche Parish
Kurt Cunningham23April 2005Lafourche Parish
Alonzo Hogan28July 2005St. Charles Parish
Wayne Smith17August 2005Terrebonne Parish
Chris Deville40September 2005Assumption Parish
Nicholas Pellegrin21November 2005Lafourche Parish
Christopher Sutterfield27October 2006Iberville Parish

Serial Killer Richard Dominique

Michelle Hunter (December 5, 2006). Serial-killer suspect confesses; Trysts led to rapes, strangling, cops told. NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.
https://web.archive.org/web/20080714031044/http://www.dallasvoice.com/artman/publish/article_4154.php
https://www.houmatimes.com/search/?sd=desc&l=25&sort=relevance&f=html&t=article%2Cvideo%2Cyoutube%2Ccollection&app%5B0%5D=editorial&nsa=eedition&q=+Ronald+Dominique&o=0
Lloyd Vries (December 5, 2006). Louisiana Man Confesses To 23 Slayings. CBS News | Associated Press.
Mary Foster (December 5, 2006). From a meek “nobody” to a serial killer? The Seattle Times.
Staff (September 24, 2008). Gay serial killer convicted in Louisiana. The Telegraph.
Bayou Blue
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HXXG48E

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Thursday, September 6, 2018

Deathbed Confession: Gina Brooks Angie Housman Connection




Gina Brooks
Angie Housman
Years after Gina Brooks vanishes 
 
 and Angie Housman
 had been found dead,

a dying man confesses.








Was he telling the truth? 
  Or was it just another wild goose chase for the police.





Tammy Rose Surdam
Laura Dinwiddie



Tim Bellew
Roots Web : Gina Brooks info
World Now:Prosecutor Drops Murder Charge
Daily Journal Online:Tim Bellow
True Crime Articles: Angie Housman
STL Today: Angie Housman
Questia: Nathan "Danny" Williams 
Newpapers: Nathan "Danny" Williams
Newspaper: Laura Dinwiddie
Charley Project: Tammy Surdam









Nathan "Danny" Willams
Witness Composite Sketch