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The Murderer You Know

The Murderer You Know

By Murderer You Know Podcast

Have you ever wondered how many murderers you've walked past on the street? Is it normal to imagine danger everywhere you turn? Ever think about which of your childhood friends might have been voted most likely to become a killer?

Join our hosts as they discuss the crimes, and the criminals, that have been a part of their lives. From the childhood best friend to your dad's boss - no one is off limits. Who is the Murderer You Know?
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Episode 28: Part 2 - The Crime That Made Us (Obsessed With True Crime, That Is)

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Episode 31: Part 1 - Your Dad's Coworker's Son
Episode 31: Part 1 - Your Dad's Coworker's Son
On August 9th, 2010, a troubled kid returned home to a multi-day fight with his mom. By August 12th, the fight had taken a serious, irredeemable turn for the worse. Join our hosts as they discuss the major events in a young man's life, that may have contributed to him eventually making the worst mistake imaginable. From kind, caring bass player to 7 time convicted felon to the eventuality of August 12th - could things have turned out differently? Band practice, insurance trouble, and crushing lows free with stream.  Trigger warning: brief mention of suicide, familial abuse, and discussion of sexual assault of a minor Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
55:04
February 02, 2023
Episode 30: Part 2 - The Straight Up Shit, No Good, Terribad Day
Episode 30: Part 2 - The Straight Up Shit, No Good, Terribad Day
Trigger warning: this episode contains descriptions of mass violence and an individual suffering with mental health issues including paranoia and major depression. Viewer discretion is advised. On May 31st 2019, a 40 year old man had a seemingly *mostly* normal day at work. He emailed coworkers, made phone calls, and visited job sites like every other day, but in spite of this seemingly normal day visible to the outside world, something horrifying was brewing just under the surface. Join our hosts for this continuation from episode 29 as they discuss the devastating events of May 31st, the investigations in the years following the crime, and the gargantuan ripple effects felt throughout the entire community.  If you are concerned about safety in your workplace, know the warning signs. You can start by visiting the Department of Homeland Security's website. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
57:33
January 26, 2023
Episode 29: Part 1 - The Straight Up Shit, No Good, Terribad Day Prequel
Episode 29: Part 1 - The Straight Up Shit, No Good, Terribad Day Prequel
Have you ever wondered what a life might look like leading up to a devastating crime? From the seemingly mundane to the nerve-wrackingly red-flag adjacent (or is that just the hindsight bias talking?) our hosts take a look into the life of a man who eventually committed a hideous, horrible, unspeakable crime. On May 31st 2019, a 40 year old man reported to work for his shift and ended the day by opening fire on his coworkers. Like most humans, he had many ups and downs in the years leading up to this crime, but independent reviews after the crime agreed that he did not exhibit any of the classic warning symptoms that might have indicated what was to come. Join our hosts for an overview of many significant events that took place during his adult life and professional career. If you are concerned about safety in your workplace, know the warning signs. You can start by visiting the Department of Homeland Security's website. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
46:28
January 19, 2023
Episode 28: Part 2 - The Crime That Made Us (Obsessed With True Crime, That Is)
Episode 28: Part 2 - The Crime That Made Us (Obsessed With True Crime, That Is)
What is the story that will always haunt you? For our host, it is the horrifying story of several sets of grizzly double murders that haunted the community she grew up in, mostly before she was even a thought. Join our hosts for the continuation of these horrible events picking up from the disappearance of two young friends on or around September 4th, 1989. In the immediate aftermath of each of these crimes, while the community and law enforcement officials struggled to make sense of what was happening, almost nothing was off the table and no one was safe from speculation. Was it a CIA training program gone wrong? Did the killer fade from the scene, leave for the Gulf War, or get a new job? Could they still be active today? Hear thoughts and theories from the hosts and share yours too! Reach out at murdereryouknow@gmail.com or on Facebook or Instagram. Bizarre suspects, hardworking family members, wild theories, and who the heck was the route 29 stalker free with stream! Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:21:48
January 12, 2023
Episode 27: Part 1 - The Crime That Made Us (Obsessed With True Crime, That Is)
Episode 27: Part 1 - The Crime That Made Us (Obsessed With True Crime, That Is)
Happy New Year! 🎇🎇🎇 Are you scared of things that go bump in the night? Does the dark freak you out? Do you feel generally uneasy when a car is following you too closely for too long? What is that true crime story that has fundamentally impacted the way you live you life? Join our host, and her mom, as they discuss the horrible crimes that took place in their community - mostly around holiday weekends - from 1986 through 1989 (or 1996 depending who you ask). Were these crimes the work of an elusive serial killer or were they random, unconnected chaos? We don't even know which is worse, but we do know that these stories have been the foundation for all of our fears. Young love, first dates, tips for driving at night, and the activities of some enormous asshat (or a few) free with stream. Episode note: If you think you know anything about the disappearances of Cassandra Hailey and Richard Keith Call, the CNU students who were last seen in the early morning hours of April 10th 1988, please contact the Virginia State Police at 757-424-6850 or the Norfolk branch of the FBI at 804-455-0100. Descriptions of Cassandra and Keith have been included below: Cassandra was 18 when she disappeared. She has brown eyes, brown hair and was 5'7" and 135 pounds at the time of her disappearance. Her left ear is pierced three times and her right ear is pierced two times. She was wearing a Tabb High School 1987 class ring. Keith, who preferred to go by his middle name, was 20 when he disappeared. He has blue eyes, light brown hair,and was 6'0" and 150 pounds when he was last seen. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not  in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:06:02
January 05, 2023
Episode 26: Part 2 - Your Tinder Match
Episode 26: Part 2 - Your Tinder Match
We're backkkkk - all four of us! In the aftermath of a horrible sexual assault and murder, where one side says it was rough sex gone wrong and the other side calls bullshit, whose theory will prevail? Join our hosts, and Lisa-Marie Imray from Coffee n Crime, as they venn diagram trials in New Zealand and the US. Name suppressions, slurpees for prisoners, and wise-dad-judge speeches free with stream.  Trigger warning: brief mentions of violent sexual assault Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
57:27
December 22, 2022
Episode 25: Part 1 - Your Tinder Match
Episode 25: Part 1 - Your Tinder Match
In 2016 a young Lisa-Marie Imray (that's right, from Coffee n Crime Podcast!) was just dipping her toes in the social media waters and she quickly discovered that the it can be a shallow and dangerous pool. Join our hosts, and obvi a super dooper special guest, as they chat about a brief brush with a really scary dude and the horrifying fall out of said scary dude's 2018 date with a sweet angel of a Tinder match. What ifs, prime ministers, side trips to the road trip, and red flags out the ass free with stream. Trigger warning: brief mention of violent sexual acts. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
59:18
December 15, 2022
Episode 24: Part 2: Romeo and Juliet
Episode 24: Part 2: Romeo and Juliet
In a world where a 17 year old could be sentenced to death, is there any hope of getting out of it? What if their lawyer was removed weeks before the trial? What if evidence was tampered with? What if there were jailhouse confessions? What if the truth was different than it originally seemed? Join our hosts for this part two episode where they discuss the aftermath of a 17 year old boy being sentenced to death for killing his girlfriends parents, seemingly at her behest. Demanding the state to release your body, court opinions, and a shocked lawyer free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
59:37
December 08, 2022
Episode 23: Part 1 - Romeo and Juliet
Episode 23: Part 1 - Romeo and Juliet
On the morning of November 10th, 1990, a family awoke to banging and screaming at their front door. By the time all was said and done, two people lost their lives. Less than 24 hours later, the police had a confession and the alleged perps in custody, but was everything quite what it seemed? Join our hosts as they discuss the days leading up to and immediately following this gruesome crime. Star-crossed lovers, horrible old ass laws, brake lines, and potentially crummy lawyers free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
50:54
December 01, 2022
Episode 22: Part 2 - Your Mom's Neighbor
Episode 22: Part 2 - Your Mom's Neighbor
After 11 days of violent chaos from January and into February 1984, the police task force, built in hopes of returning the community to some semblance of normalcy, received a tip after a failed attempt to sell 36 Almond Joys for $2.00. And this tip, led the officers to an all too familiar home. Join our hosts as the discuss the aftermath of the crimes and arrest that had everyone in Coastal Virginia watching over their shoulders for what felt like an eternity. Last meal details, appeals on appeals on appeals, and interrogation 101 free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content  here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
55:55
November 23, 2022
Episode 21: Part 1 - Your Mom's Neighbor
Episode 21: Part 1 - Your Mom's Neighbor
On January 16th, 1984, a violent string of crimes broke out in a sleepy southeastern Virginia community. Join our hosts as they discuss the madness that followed over the next 19 days. A few joyrides in stolen cars, 200 bucks, and a box of candy bars - what would you commit a handful of violent murders for? (NOTHING the answer is NOTHING). 80s pricing, 80s jobs, and a whole lot of other old stuff free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
53:28
November 17, 2022
Episode 20: Thoroughly Modern Capital Punishment
Episode 20: Thoroughly Modern Capital Punishment
Time has passed, humans are older and wiser, but are they making the best choices regarding the treatment of criminals? What is the best choice for how to treat criminals. Join our hosts for this part two episode as they discuss changes in Virginia during the modern era of capital punishment from 1976 through 2021. Furman v. Georgia, Gregg v. Georgia (no one likes Georgia!?), and a landmark vote for a southern state free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
39:46
November 10, 2022
Episode 19: In 1608, We Started Killing Thieves 🎵🎵🎵
Episode 19: In 1608, We Started Killing Thieves 🎵🎵🎵
Capital punishment - what's it all about?  In 1607 Europeans established the first permanent English settlement in the new world, and they brought their down home capital punishment right along with them. Join our hosts as they discuss the pre-modern era of capital punishment in the oldest state in the US of A. From Captain George Kendall to the starving times to the possibility of being executed for fraternizing with native Americans, learn all about the evolution of capital punishment. Salted meat, electric chair brochures, and reallyreally bad times free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
50:53
November 03, 2022
Episode 18: Part 2: Murdered - Your Mom's Colleague
Episode 18: Part 2: Murdered - Your Mom's Colleague
After leaving a trail of death and destruction from the Philadelphia suburbs to Richmond, Virginia and back again, the uncle and nephew from our story were apprehended on January 8th 2006 ending the horrible nightmare that started in early November. In this part two episode, join our hosts as they cover their first capital murder case and the details surrounding the arrests, trials, and a whole host of appeals filed by team uncle in the years following the trial.  Confession details, requests for clemancy, and a startling description of a depraved murderer hiding in a dark basement (yep - you'll likely get up to turn all your lights on at 3am too) free with stream. Trigger warning: graphic details of violent crimes. Transcripts available here.  Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:05:57
October 27, 2022
Episode 17: Part 1: Murdered - Your Mom's Colleague
Episode 17: Part 1: Murdered - Your Mom's Colleague
On November 5th 2005, a young woman in PA was found beaten to death and suffocated in a ditch. The police called it an overdose, there were no suspects, and there was no investigation. By January 6th 2006, eight other people had been senselessly murdered and 11 people total had been victimized, mostly during home invasions.  Join our hosts for this part one episode as they discuss the complicated timeline of these crimes, the information that was available to the public as the chaos evolved, and the series of events that eventually helped law enforcement narrow in on the perpetrators.  It's-hard-to-make-jokes-about-what-is-included-with-this-episode-because-it-seems-like-some-of-these-officers-reallyreally-dropped-the-ball free with stream. Trigger warning: graphic details of violent crimes. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
54:41
October 20, 2022
Episode 16: Part 2 - Your Mom's Coworker
Episode 16: Part 2 - Your Mom's Coworker
In a small town in Virginia on the second day of the new year, 1987, a man placed a frantic phone call to 911 after he thought he spotted the body of his wife floating in a creek behind their home. In the aftermath of this devastating loss, and trying to cash in on life insurance policies totaling $720,000, Mr. Archaeology's life and good name were destroyed.  Join our host, our lawyer, and the mom who started it all (we all know you let the host watch cops as a babe) as they chat about how Mr. Archaeology's life changed after his wife lost her life dumping a can off ashes one fateful night - if you believe Mr. Archaeology's story, that is. Special grand juries, appeals 101, and the inspiration for Scott Peterson himself free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:14:09
October 13, 2022
Episode 15: Part 1 - Your Mom's Coworker
Episode 15: Part 1 - Your Mom's Coworker
In a small town in Virginia the second day of 1987, a man and his wife, both archaeologists, spent a seemingly lovely day together shopping and snacking. By 11:37 pm though, Mr. Archaeology was placing a frantic call to 911. Join our hosts (and a super special guest) as they explore the sequence of events on January 2nd, 1987; the couples relationship; opinions of a variety of experts; and Mr. Archaeology's ever changing story. Double indemnity, attempting to say laryngospasm, and a mysterious can of ashes free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:11:33
October 06, 2022
Episode 14: Part 2 - Your Middle School Pal
Episode 14: Part 2 - Your Middle School Pal
In 2013, eighteen days after a young research scientist was assaulted in her home, the perp was still at large, and the residents of the community where he committed his crime were terrified. But, all hope was not lost, as the lead investigator finally got the results from the PERK exam he submitted to the lab, and there was a match. Armed with addresses, recent contacts, and a public address system (?!), officers were optimistic justice would finally be served.  Join our hosts as they chat about the apprehension of this dangerous man, as well as his sentencing, and the time he spent in jail between those two events. Noelle prosequi, jailhouse snitches, and farts free with stream. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
49:30
September 29, 2022
Episode 13: Part 1 - Your Middle School Pal
Episode 13: Part 1 - Your Middle School Pal
In the wee hours of May 20th, 2013, officers were dispatched to a breaking and entering in a small town. They arrived to an empty home with evidence abound and when they found the caller, it quickly became very clear that this was more than a simple home invasion.  Join our hosts as they dissect the first hours and days after this crime took place. From neighbors, to the husband, to a 1 am jogger, no one is off limits and the rush to analyze physical evidence recovered from the victim is on. Trying to come up with new ways to awful, atrocious, and horrifying every 5 minutes free with stream. Trigger warning: Graphic descriptions of sexual assault. Please be advised. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This  podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content  here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
45:51
September 22, 2022
Episode 12: Part 2 - Disappeared
Episode 12: Part 2 - Disappeared
In the early days of December 2020 a young woman living in a small town walked out of her home and disappeared. Twelve days, and at least as many searches later, her family and local law enforcement were not any closer to the answers they desperately hoped for. But just when they thought it might be hopeless, they receive word of sightings in an all too familiar place. Plus, there is still that Chick-fil-A footage that might need watching... Join our hosts for this part two episode as they discuss what happened through the end of 2020, into the new year, and beyond. Singing, a proposal for restructuring the 40 hour work week, and vague kitten updates free with stream. Trigger warning: sexual abuse and trauma. Transcripts available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
57:51
September 15, 2022
Episode 11: Part 1 - Disappeared
Episode 11: Part 1 - Disappeared
In the early days of December 2020 a young woman living in a small town walked out of her home, and disappeared.  Join our hosts for the first of a two part installment, as they discuss the days leading up to and after her disappearance. Security footage, statements by family and friends, and step by step procedural details of actions taken by law enforcement free with stream. Trigger warning: sexual abuse and trauma. Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
53:29
September 08, 2022
Episode 10: Part 2 - Your Party Friend
Episode 10: Part 2 - Your Party Friend
Thanks to tips from social media, family, and friends the list of persons of interest has grown. But as more time passes without any sign of the missing woman, tensions are mounting as well. Join our hosts for this part two episode to learn about where the investigation went next. Late night spooks free with stream. Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
40:28
September 01, 2022
Episode 9: Part 1 - Your Party Friend
Episode 9: Part 1 - Your Party Friend
On a crisp, clear morning in February 2018, residents in a small farming community were waking up to what they thought would be a normal day. But when a young woman doesn't show up for work, and her boss, family, and friends find her children home alone and a suspicious scene outside of her house, it quickly proves to be anything but. Join our hosts for the first of a two part episode as they meander through the peculiar happenings turned absolute nightmare from February 27th into early March. A missing mom, a large list of interesting people, and a mysterious necklace - will the perpetrator be caught? Attempted deciphering of shoddy records free with stream. Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is  intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The  content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is  for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied  upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast  without first consulting legal counsel. Views  and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts
58:33
August 25, 2022
Episode 8: Your Greatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreat Grandma
Episode 8: Your Greatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreatgreat Grandma
We're going going, back back, to Canada Canada (going back to Canada). And to the 1600s! Kick it old school with our hosts this week as they take you back in time to discuss the grizzly murder committed by their 9th great grandma on May 17th, 1672. Many things have changed in the past 350 years (torture, widely accepted child marriage, population sizes of former small towns turned major cities) but some things never change, like the desperate need for revenge. Grab an ale and dive on in! French-Canadian trivia, kings with really bad ideas, and horrifying torture free with stream! Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This  podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to  home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content  here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to  be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast  without first consulting legal counsel. Views  and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:08:45
August 18, 2022
Episode 7: Part 2 - Your Cousin's Friend's Girlfriend
Episode 7: Part 2 - Your Cousin's Friend's Girlfriend
What's a colloquy? Are you innocent in the eye of the law if you enter and Alford plea? What was the ultimate outcome for two parents who subjected their children to indescribable abuse over the course of four years? Join our hosts in this part two episode where they discuss the trials of two parents who truly did not deserve the title of mom and dad. Convicted felon on the other hand, that shoe might fit a little better.  Magna Carta, who? free with stream. Trigger warning: child abuse Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime  that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal  advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not  in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast  without first consulting legal counsel. Views  and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
53:07
August 11, 2022
Episode 6: Part 1 - Your Cousin's Friend's Girlfriend
Episode 6: Part 1 - Your Cousin's Friend's Girlfriend
Join our hosts for a glimpse into the horrifying events secretly unfolding in a family home over the course of four years.  In late April 2011, officers responding to a home to investigate a potential burglary got way, way, WAY more than they bargained for. Fresh flowers in the kitchen, a beautiful nursery, and a sweet doggo gave way to an absolute nightmare. How does this compare to the worst day you ever had at work?  Trigger warning: child abuse Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This  podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to  home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content  here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to  be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast  without first consulting legal counsel. Views  and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
36:04
August 04, 2022
Episode 5: Murdered - Your Classmate
Episode 5: Murdered - Your Classmate
A young couple, a safe, the shittiest joyride ever.  In this episode, listen as our hosts unravel the bizarre series of events which took place on December 11th, 2017 and led to a double murder in their hometown.  Is Mr. Rogers right or are some things just unredeemable? Falafelizing free with stream. Transcript available here. Disclaimer: This  podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to  home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content  here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to  be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast  without first consulting legal counsel. Views  and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
56:05
July 28, 2022
Episode 4: Part 2 - Your Friend's Ex Boyfriend
Episode 4: Part 2 - Your Friend's Ex Boyfriend
In this second installment involving a violent assault between friends, our hosts dig into exactly what happened between the hours of 3am and 8am on the fateful morning of October 22nd, 2017. Blog excerpts, police interviews, and legal think tanking free with stream. Episode transcript can be found here. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every  effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding  the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
01:05:30
July 21, 2022
Episode 3: Part 1 - Your Friend's Ex Boyfriend
Episode 3: Part 1 - Your Friend's Ex Boyfriend
Get legal beagle with us! In this part one of a two week story, our hosts discuss the high level details of a violent assault that took place in their small community, by a well respected man on his best friend. Was it just one bad night or was it a premeditated act? Hear the facts and decide for yourself.  XXLegal meanderings and fascinating case details free with stream! Episode transcript can be found here. DISCLAIMER: This  podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to  home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content  here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to  be relied upon in any legal capacity. The  transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to  establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or  constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act  on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast  without first consulting legal counsel. Views  and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do  not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to  ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any  comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of  any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The  way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not  intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to  make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained  in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
47:47
July 14, 2022
Episode 2: Your Childhood Bestfriend
Episode 2: Your Childhood Bestfriend
In an episode that is the definition of laughing so you don't cry, our hosts remember a devastating case that rocked their small town and their childhood memories. Awkward sad giggles free with purchase. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is intended to be an exploration of crime that hits close to home. The content here should not be taken as legal advice. The content here is for entertainment purposes only and is not in any way meant to be relied upon in any legal capacity. The transmission of information on this podcast is not intended to establish, and receipt of such information does not establish or constitute, an attorney-client relationship. The reader should not act on the information contained in any of the materials on this podcast without first consulting legal counsel. Views and opinions expressed in the podcast and website are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments or corrections. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on the podcast or website. The way the hosts discuss the subject matters of the podcast is not intended to minimize the seriousness of the crimes committed. Crimes of  violence are difficult to discuss and, oftentimes, people use humor to make difficult topics more palatable. There is no ill intent contained in any of the dry humor expressed by either of the hosts.
59:43
July 07, 2022
Episode 1: Let Us Introduce Ourselves
Episode 1: Let Us Introduce Ourselves
In this peek of what's to come, our hosts discuss murderers lurking in locked houses, internet memes, and the Fermi problem. Get to know the MYK podcast before the launch of the first full length episode on July 7th 2022!
27:27
June 30, 2022