Thursday, October 27, 2022

187. The Stranger in my Home: Carolina Killer

 It is December 23, 1999, in Easley, South Carolina, located right outside Greenville. People were getting ready to celebrate the holidays by cooking, cleaning, and wrapping goodies for loved ones. One of those getting ready to welcome family for a celebration was 87-year-old Martha Browning. Martha was always a hard worker and started working at the local mill at 12 years old. Like most grandmothers, Martha loved her family and fed them until they burst. As Martha was prepping for company, her 34-year-old granddaughter Deanna Tinsley came to town a bit early to help her out, and others would be arriving throughout the day. Her home was a place of love and welcomed anyone that wanted to come by. As the two of them were taking a moment to relax before the hustle began again, a man walked into the home and sat down in a chair.  The beginning of a real-life nightmare is about to start for these two ladies, but little did they know this was the last stop for a man responsible for the unthinkable. 

Join Jen and Cam on “Our True Crime Podcast’ as we discuss “The Stranger in my Home:Carolina Killer” 

LD by the fantastic Edward October from @octoberpodVHS                          

All music is by our EP Nico @wetalkofdream           


Wednesday, October 19, 2022

186. Gatekeeper of Hell: Pazuzu Algarad

 Today's episode is a Listener Request!  Thanks to Christina Young for her request.

Down the road from Costco, past the Hobby Lobby, and the Chick-fil-A. stood a home on Knob Hill Drive that was in stark contrast to its surroundings. It was filthy and run-down, with a stench that assaulted people before they even reached the front porch. 

Once you made it to the porch, visitors were welcomed with a black door covered with symbols of a skull, crossbones, and an inverted cross. A community watch area sign warned that police were not welcome. “Evil Will Triumph” was written in bold white capital letters.

This was the home of Pazuzu Algarad. A self-proclaimed satanist who filed his teeth to sharp points and drank the blood of animals during the “dark moon.” He allowed—and even encouraged—people to engage in drug use, orgies, and murder, in his own home.

He's also was responsible for the deaths of Joshua Frederick Wetzler and Tommy Dean Welch, along with being convicted for accessory after the fact for the death of Joseph Emmrick Chandler.

Join Jen and Cam as they discuss The Gatekeeper of Hell: Pazuzu Algarad

Promo by OctoberpodVHS-  Check out his Halloween Potluck episode now.

A big thank you to our team:

Listener Discretion by Edward @OctoberpodVHS. You can find him on all your podcast apps or at

Producer and theme music by Nico Vettese

Researched and written by Lauretta Allen


Thursday, October 13, 2022

185. Children of Thunder: Cult of Killers

 We are headed to a small town named Woodacre which is located right outside of San Francisco, California. It is Marin County which is beautiful if you have never been there, truly postcard pretty. The town is a small community where the center of the action is a bar named The Paper Mill Saloon where the locals meet to catch up and unwind. Bartender Jennifer Villarin worked hard to make all the patrons welcome.  It was August 2nd, 2000 and Jim had brought Jenny dinner and Jenny closed up the bar around 11 pm. The two made their way home. It was right around 5 am when the neighborhood heard gunshots ring out. The police were called to the residence and arrived on the scene to discover two people had been shot and killed. The studio apartment was located behind a house, meaning that the killer had to know that an apartment was located. Jim Gamble's body was on the ground next to the bed as if he got out of bed when he was shot. Jenny was in bed. Both had no clothes on. The only evidence that they found was 9 mm-caliber gunshot shells which they believe came from a semi-automatic pistol. Two were used for Jenny and four were used for Jim.  The community was in shock as no one could imagine killing this much loved couple. Before all is said and done, there would be five victims and a bizarre tale of worship, fraud and murder. 

Join Jen and Cam on this episode of Our True Crime Podcast entitled “Children of Thunder: Cult Killers.”

Listener discretion is by our bestie @octoberpodVHS

All music is done by our other bestie and executive producer Nico @wetalkofdreams

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Saturday, October 8, 2022

184. Bellevue Murders: The Wilson Family

 On January 4th, 1997, two eight-year-old boys were playing in the park when they came upon what they thought was a pile of clothing. When they realized it was a body, they ran to tell their parents, who immediately called the police

After identifying the body as twenty-year-old Kim Wilson, police go to the Wilson residence to notify her family. When Detective Gomes arrived at the house, he saw cars in the driveway and all the Christmas lights twinkling, but no one answered the door. Walking around the house, he noticed the sliding door was ajar. Detective Gomes goes in prepared for a robbery; he is shocked to find the rest of Kim's family was killed in a brutal attack.

Join Jen and Cam as we discuss the Bellevue Murders: The Wilson Family.

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A big thank you to our team:

Listener Discretion by Edward @OctoberpodVHS. You can find him on all your podcast apps or at

Producer and theme music by Nico Vettese

Researched and written by Lauretta Allen