Sunday, April 28, 2019

36. Footprint of the Devil: Jeanine Nicarico

Jeanine Nicarico is just like any other 10 year old. She likes to play with her friends, run around outside and go to school. So on February 25, 1983, when she woke up and wasn’t feeling good. She is running a fever and her parents suspect that Janine may have the flu. Even though she is just 10 years old, her parents decide to let her stay home by herself. When a stranger knocks on the door, she answers. Little did she know, the person at the door was the devil.

Promos this week:
Devil We Know Pod

Music and Editing by the amazeballs Nico at @wetalkofdreams   
LD by: the best spooky story teller ever Edward Octoberpod @octoberpodVHS

35. Buried Alive: The Kidnapping of Barbara Mackle

In 1968, Robert Mackle was one of the richest men in Florida, maybe even the United States.

Because of this, his daughter, Barbara became the target of kidnappers. Two gunman came in and stole Barbara. They then drugged her then buried her alive.

The FBI said it was the most bizarre kidnapping they had ever been involved in.

Cam & Jen thought one of the kidnappers was the most bizarre felons they had ever talked about.
 We are curious as to what you think.

Promos by
Evidence Locker Podcast
Ladies Of Strange Podcast

Listener Discrestion by Rondo Award Nominee Edward October of OctoberpodVHS

Nico of We Talk of Dreams did all the Music, editing and sound
Produced by Steve, he doesn't really know this so don't tell him

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Pensacola Journal
Atlanta Constitution
Tallahassee Democrat
Miami News
Tampa Bay Times
Lindsey Williams-Writer at Large
New York Times
14 News
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Gwinnett Daily Post
Decatur Daily

34. Dying To Fit In: Kirsten Costas

 Kirsten Costas was a pretty and popular cheerleader who had just finished up her sophomore year at Miramonte High School in Orinda, California.

It was a warm California June day when a screaming 15 year old named Kirsten Costas ran into a stranger’s yard with bloodied clothes and collapsed. 

The murder of this beautiful girl would shock this affluent town but the identity of her killer would be the real shock.

Listener Discretion by the fabulous Edward October at OctoberpodVHS

Music and Editing courtesy of the oh so remarkable Nico at We Talk of Dreams

Promos this week

 Can’t Make this Up History Podcast

33. Family Secrets: The Rouse Murders

During the night of June 5, a powerful storm was pounding down on Libertyville, Illinois. The lightning and thunder was said to be like nothing anyone had witnessed before. 

Sadly, the storm wasn't the only violent occurrence that happened during that ominous evening. The following morning, investigators are called to a sprawling estate to investigate a shooting.

What the officers would see at this home would stay with them for life and the event would scar a town and tear a family apart.

Our listener discretion is by the rhapsodic Edward OctoberpodVHS.

Promos are by the team at Twisted Britain 

Murder Mile True Crime Podcast.
Check them out---both great pods for the true crime fans.

32. He Wouldn't Be Denied: The Sheri Randall Story

WARNING: This episode contains domestic violence which may be a trigger for some.

Sheri grew up in a small, mid-west town. 
Like many small town girls her age she married and had kids, but soon Sheri found her self single once again.
She started dating and found Michael. They dated for a short time before she decided he was not the one for her.
Unfortunately, Michael didn't agree.
This episode was written by Christina Maltby.  Chris is available for freelance writing gigs.
For more info contact her by email at

Eat Life Podcast
The Bazaar Cast
Listener Discretion by our amazing friend Edward October of
Music, editing and sound by the ever so brave Nico of
We Talk Of Dreams

Christina's Sources
Herald & Review
Moultrie County Arrest Records
Facebook Sheri Randall Memorial Page
Facebook Sheri's personal page
DOVE Inc's- Domestic Violence Program
JG-TC Journal Gazette 
Brief trial transcripts from Moultrie County court docs
First hand witness accounts from anonymous sources,family members, and friends.

31. Blood on the Plow

In the 1980’s farmers were dealing with an economic crisis that few had lived through before them. 

Many who had always lived on the money that was generated by the agriculture they grew, were now facing financial ruin. The stress of the situation wreaked havoc on many farms across the Midwest and often that stress led to tragedy. 

On September 25, 1987, police were called to a local Missouri farm by a man who said he had just been shot. When the officers arrived on the scene, what they witnessed could only be described as a nightmare come to life.

30. Ding Dong Dead: The Murder of Peter Fabiano

Late on Halloween 1957, Peter Fabiano answered the door thinking it was a a child looking for candy. Instead Peter got a bullet right in the chest.

No evidence was left at the scene. Was it a mob hit or did Peter have enemies no one knew about.

Promos by our friends
True Crime Fix
Beyond Contempt Podcast

Plus the every dynamic Edward October from  OctoberpodVHS on Youtube. He will also soon be on your favorite podcatchers too! Keep your eyes peeled!

Cam & Jen also want to welcome Nico Vettese to our team.  Nico is the composer of our awesome theme music. Plus now he is doing all our editing and sound.  May God have mercy on his soul. 
Be sure to check out his stuff on

All research was found on

29. If I Can't Have You: Diane Delia

The year was 1980. Disco was alive and everyone was shaking their groove thing under the silver globe. One of the big party goers on the scene was a 21 year old gay man named John Delia. Delia began to flourish as a performer on stage at a local popular nightclub. He was born to perform and he loved the adoration. 

People took notice and wanted to be part of the action. One of his admirers would soon become his best friend and his tragic downfall. 


Brand new listener discretion by the wickedly brilliant OctoberpodVHS

Promos this week by our friends at: 
 Voice of the Victim Podcast  

our trusted and fabulous counterpart at OctoberpodVHS.

28. Gone From His Eyes: Angela Hammond Disappearance

It is 11:15 pm on April 4, 1991 and 20 year old Angela Marie Hammond is talking to her boyfriend, Rob Shafer, on a payphone in a small Midwestern town.  As the two are talking and laughing, Angela notices something strange. She becomes uneasy and tells Rob what she is witnessing. This would be the last time the two would ever speak again.

 Listener Discretion by the always euphonious Edward October from OctoberpodVHS.

Promos by Going West Podcast  and   The Synful Show


27. The Sweetheart Murders of UC Davis

On December 20, 1980, two college sweethearts go missing on their way to a birthday party.

The van they were last seen in was found 36 hours later over 30 miles away. The inside of the van was trashed.

The bodies of the young couple were located a few miles from the van.

Few clues make the case go cold.

It will not be until the advancements in DNA that the case would be solved

Discretion by the wonderful Edward OctoberpodVHS.

Promos by the stellar folks at:
Nature vs. Narcissism
Nordic Crime podcast

CBS Sacramento
Davis Enterprise
Justice Journal Podcast

26. Famous to Infamous: Jennifer Mee

In 2007, Jennifer Mee was just an ordinary girl from Florida when at 15 years old she rose to fame as the “Hiccup Girl.” Mee, starting hiccuping one day and couldn’t stop.The young girl became a celeb of sorts because we all know how much America likes to makes stars out of nothing. Then on March 1 2007, the hiccuping just stopped and with it, the sudden fame slowly faded as well. The young girl would disappear into the vastness that is old news as the next human interest story would soon hit and be the next big thing. However the 15 minutes of fame would not disappear quietly as so often is the case but come around again.  In 2013, Jennifer Mee would once again make headlines but for very different reasons.

Listener discretion by the absolutely fabulous Edward OctoberpodVHS. 
Promo by AnxZenity podcast.