Thursday, October 18, 2018

Killer Looks: John Norman Collins and the Michigan Murders

It started in July of 1967.  Young women in a small college town started to go missing.  They would later be found dead. Their bodies mutilated.  
It would be two years before the killer would be found. 
No one suspected the cute, clean cut college kid.
Looks can be deadly.

Don't forget to stay for the out takes!
Music by Nico We Talk of Dreams
Promos from our friends:

A Crime to RememberA New Kind of Monster, December 10, 2013,1050722&hl=en
Keyes, Edward (1976). The Michigan Murders. U.S.A.: Reader's Digest Press. ISBN 978-0-472-03446-8.,101354&hl=en,5848198&hl=en

Poisoned Truth: James Joseph Richardson

Imagine losing your entire family to murder and the police blame you for the heinous crime. You are then locked up for life in prison.

Poisoned Truth is the story about lies, hidden depositions and lost documents.  It's a story about a flawed system. One that failed a family and community.

Killafornia Dreaming
Mythical Podcast

 And of course our awesome music was composed by Nico at We Talk of Dreams

"Delayed Justice". The Miami Herald. December 13, 1988.,8744691

Posed For Murder: Debbie Gama

Debbie Gama was 16 years old when she stormed out of her house, like most teens she was upset about a fight with her mother.
Debbie never came back home.
Her body was found 5 days later in Cussewago Creek.
The town was shocked when they found out who was responsible for her death.

And we were shocked to find out who else shows up in this web of murderers.

Be sure to listen all the way to the very end, we shared a few out takes

New music by Nico at We Talk of Dreams
Promos:  Ignorance Was Bliss
              Heartland Homicide
Special thanks to Lanie at True Crime Fan Club for suggesting Nico!       

Fox New
Richard's Blog
Erie's History and Memorabilia Facebook Page           

The Greenough Family Massacre

Called one of the worst crimes in Western Austraila.
A mother and her three children were slaughtered while in their beds.
The attacks so brutal, the judge ordered details to be kept away from the public.
This episode left our hearts broken. 
Listener discretion is advised. 
Promo by our friend Kim at People Are Wild Podcast


The West Australian
Crime Investigation Australia S01E12

Housewife to Homicide: Sharon Kinne

Sharon Kinne was not your average midwest girl.  She was a young housewife, loving mother and a a cold blooded murderer.
She chose her victims simply because 'they were in the way'.
If luck had a name, it would be named Sharon.


Kelleghan, Kevin (March 17, 1970). "Say Mrs. Kinne in Guatemala". The Kansas City Star. Mexico City.
Wilson, Colin (1988). The Mammoth Book of True Crime. ISBN 9780948164705.
 Hays, Chapter II, pp. 83, 99, 115, 130, 145
 "Wife charged in June death at Manassas". The Free Lance-Star. Associated Press. February 27, 1960.