Wednesday, February 24, 2021
On April 8, 2009, eight-year-old Tori Stafford disappeared while walking home from school in Woodstock Ontario. CCTV captures her walking away from the school with her abductor.
News of her kidnapping spread across the nation and led to one of the largest searches in the Ontario Provincial Police history.
Although her brutal captors were arrested and charged 6 weeks after Tori was taken,
her broken body wouldn't be found for 103 days.
Join Cam and Jen as we discuss Taken: The Murder of Tori Stafford on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.
Listener discretion by the mysterious Edward October from @octoberpodVHS Check him out on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/OctoberpodHomeVideo
Editing and all music by producer Nico Vettese @wetalkofdreams He's amazing!
Jen had a lot of help with research on this episode. A huge thank you to Eileen McFarlane from Crimelaspe Podcast. Please go check them out. https://www.crimelapsepodcast.com/
https://globalnews.ca/news/234713/rafferty-upset-after-police-interviewed-him-about-toris-disappearance/. https://globalnews.ca/news/233722/rafferty-told-a-friend-of-tori-staffords-mom-the-girl-would-be-ok-court-told-2/. https://globalnews.ca/news/229962/rodney-stafford-leaves-as-court-sees-photos-of-toris-remains-in-a-girl-can-dream-t-shirt/ 28. https://globalnews.ca/news/225854/defence-paints-michael-rafferty-as-innocent-dupe-in-tori-stafford-death-3/. https://globalnews.ca/news/232961/rafferty-obsessed-with-stafford-abduction-case-witness-tells-london-ont-trial-2/ https://globalnews.ca/news/10790/murder-charge-laid-in-ont-girls-abduction/
A 9-1-1 call comes in from a woman who is speaking in a muffled voice barely understandable. The operator is able to understand that someone is hurt at a hotel in the town of Fallbrook which is located in the northern part of San Diego county. After the operator calms the caller down, he is able to get an address, and police are dispatched to the location. When officers arrive and knock on the door, they can hear noises coming from inside the room but are unable to make out just what is making the noise. The manager uses his key to get officers inside. Inside they find a woman on the ground and blood everywhere. The woman barely has clothes on but there are obvious signs of injury. As officers look around the room, they notice a spiked collar near her body. In the bathroom, there is an array of knives and scalpels. They also notice a letter that informs them of yet another body. What officers are about to discover is a twisted, dark tale that seems like the plot of a bad mystery novel.
Join Jen and Cam on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast as we discuss ‘Binding Love: Brittany Kilgore.’
As always, our listener discretion is provided by the amazing Edward October from @octoberpodVHS.
Our music as well as our executive producer is the remarkable Nico from @wetalkofdreams.
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Before you listen to this particular episode, I wanted to mention that the perpetrator in the case targeted sex workers many of whom were indigenous women struggling with addiction and/or mental health issues. According to www.statista.com, in 2018, the rate of homicide victims among women in Canada was more than six times higher for the indigenous population. Often, victims of violent crimes, Indigenous people are twice as likely to suffer a physical assault, and three times as likely to become victims of robbery and sexual assault compared to their non-indigenous counterparts. If you would like to find out more about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, please visit.amnesty.ca or kairoscandada.org.
Robert William Pickton was a Canadian farmer who, along with his brother, would run the farming business after his parents passed away. The men had some success with the farming but Robert's greatest legacy had nothing to do with farming. This is a grotesque story about a man who would ultimately be responsible for a series of missing women and the horror they must have endured.
Join Jen and Cam as we discuss 'The Pig Farmer: Robert Pickton' on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.
Giant Thank YOU to Ryan @JonesAndJonesy for this listener submission.
Listener discretion is always voiced by the incredible Edward October from @octoberpodVHS
The show's music and executive producer is the fabu Nico @wetalkof dreams
Thursday, January 28, 2021
Eddie Sexton was an ordained minister so all those in town knew him and he was the go-to guy who could marry you and fast with little fuss. Eddie and his wife, Estella May had 12 children in all, seven boys and five girls. From the outside, this large church-going family seemed to be an ideal family but we all know looks can be deceiving and in this case, twisted and deadly. This is a story about a father who ruled with an iron fist by instilling fear, among other things, to get exactly what he wanted. After all, he always got what he wanted because if he didn't there would be hell to pay.
Join Jen and Cam as we discuss "Honor Thy Father or Die: Eddie Sexton" on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.
Promo is by our friend Stu @britishmurders
Listener discretion by the affable Edward October from @octoberpodVHS
All music is by our executive producer Nico @wetalkofdreams -he's the best
Wednesday, January 20, 2021
On August 20th, 1979 civil lawyer Wallace Schwartz gets a phone call at 2:12 AM When he answers he hears his friend, 38-year-old Albert Fentress, in a low emotionless tone, say he is going to kill himself because he did something awful, something unthinkable. The story that Albert would tell his friend Wallace would be a tale of cannibalization, mutilation, and murder involving a teenager. The man who committed this heinous crime would become the darling of prison officials but the question remains: Did Albert lose touch with reality that summer afternoon or did Albert know exactly what he did and how to get away with it?
Join Cam and Jen on this episode as we discuss Albert Fentress: New York's Own Hannibal Lector.
Edward from OctoberpodVHS does our amazing listener discretion. Make sure to listen to his original work at
Nico Vetesse is our Producer he composed our theme music. Check him out, he's brilliant.
This is the paper written by Judge Rosenblatt Jen was talking of
Also, the fiction book written by a former student. It is NOT about Fentress. Jen
Thursday, January 14, 2021
We are venturing to the college town of College Station, Texas home of Texas A&M.
They like simple things like studying, partying and football. They also like getting to meet new people who share similar interests, especially if that interest is Aggie Football.
Kerry Kujawa is a 20-year-old engineering major at the university and just like a lot of other students, he has a 21-year-old girlfriend name, Kelly McCauley. They were just like any other college student couple: cute, carefree, and working hard to get grades and graduate while having a little fun in between. They were, however, unlike most couples in one aspect: the two had never actually met. They haven’t even talked on the phone. They had only communicated in the chat room. Kerry had asked over and over to meet up with Kelly but the timing just didn’t seem to work out. It seems Kelly was not being completely honest with Kerry. What could have been a deceitful lie turned into murder.
Join Jen and Cam as we discuss The Pretender: Kenny Wayne Lockwood on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast.
Today’s promo is by our friend at @PodcastRiddle
Our listener discretion is by the incredible Edward October from @octoberpodVHS.
Our music, as well as our executive producer, is the remarkable Nico @wetalkofdreams.