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Case 53: The East Area Rapist 1978–1979 (Part 4)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 4 of 5] Part 3 began with an emergency press conference in mid-1977. A composite sketch, as well as a physical and psychological profile of the East Area Rapist, was released. The public were warned to be vigilant. Researched and written by Anna Priestland Download the map of the attacks here Download "The Homework" files here For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-53-east-area-rapist-1978-1979-part-4

Case 53: The East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker (Part 5)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 5 of 5] When Part 4 began, it was August 1978. Sergeant Jim Bevins and Lieutenant Ray Root from the Sacramento Task Force held a special meeting with law enforcement agencies in Contra Costa County… Researched and written by Anna Priestland Download the map of the attacks here Download "The Homework" files here For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-53-original-night-stalker-part-5

Case 49: The Moors Murders (Part 3)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 3 of 3] (A recap of part two) Brady and Hindley continued their killing spree, murdering Keith Bennett on the 16th of June 1964, seven months after the murder of John Kilbride. Two months later Hindley’s sister Maureen married David Smith… Researched and written by Victoria Dieffenbacher For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-49-moors-murders-part-3

Case 53: The East Area Rapist 1976 (Part 1)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 1 of 5] In 1976, Rancho Cordova was a fairly new, postwar suburb in East Sacramento. Beginning as a housing development in the 50’s by the 70’s it was predominantly a middle-class single story neighbourhood, surrounded by other similar suburbs… Researched and written by Anna Priestland Download the map of the attacks here For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-53-east-area-rapist-1976-part-1

Case 53: The East Area Rapist 1977–1978 (Part 3)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 3 of 5] 1977 started off with a task force being created by the Sacramento Sherriff’s department to catch the East Area Rapist. The crime lab was able to determine that the rapist’s blood was Type A… Researched and written by Anna Priestland Download the map of the attacks here For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-53-east-area-rapist-1977-1978-part-3

Case 53: The East Area Rapist 1977 (Part 2)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 2 of 5] On June 18th, 1976, the Sacramento Sherriff’s Department responded to a break in, and rape of a young woman. By the end of the year, there were ten attacks in total, all attributed to the one serial offender, who the media dubbed, “The East Area Rapist”… Researched and written by Anna Priestland Download the map of the attacks here For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-53-east-area-rapist-1977-part-2

Case 56: Anita Cobby

  • about 1 year ago

Blacktown is a suburb located in Western Sydney, 37 kilometres away from Sydney’s Central Business District. In the mid-1980’s, drugs, crime and high levels of unemployment were rife in the streets of Blacktown. But it was one particular night that changed everything… Researched and written by Victoria Dieffenbacher For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-56-anita-cobby

Case 50: Jennifer Pan

  • over 1 year ago

On November 8th, 2010, just after 9.30pm; 25-year-old Jennifer Pan was in her bedroom. She had her TV on and was chatting on the phone while getting ready for bed. She could hear movement downstairs and voices she didn’t recognise. There were people in the house… Researched and written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-50-jennifer-pan

Case 54: Daniel Morcombe

  • about 1 year ago

On December 7th, 2003, thirteen-year-old Daniel Morcombe told his brothers he was going to Sunshine Plaza to get a haircut and look for Christmas presents. Shortly after lunch he left his home on Woombye-Palmwoods Road and walked just over one kilometre to an unofficial bus stop located under the Kiel Mountain overpass… Researched and written by Milly Raso For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-54-daniel-morcombe

Case 49: The Moors Murders (Part 2)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 2 of 3] (A recap of Part 1) Ian Brady and Myra Hindley met while working together at Millwards Merchandising company. They committed the murder of 16-year-old Pauline Reade on the 12th of July 1963. Four months later the 23rd of November 1963 they murdered 12-year-old John Kilbride… Researched and written by Victoria Dieffenbacher For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-49-moors-murders-part-2

Case 49: The Moors Murders (Part 1)

  • over 1 year ago

[Part 1 of 3] The Moors in England have been a matter of interest and discussion ever since their immortalization in Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights.” Where they were described as never-ending, wild, and even maddening. In Thomas Hardy’s "Tess of the d'Urbervilles", he chose the English Moors as a metaphor for fear, ignorance and savagery…. Researched and written by Victoria Dieffenbacher For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-49-moors-murders-part-1

Case 57: Walsh Street

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Victoria Police Constables Steven Tynan and Damian Eyre’s night shift started on October 11, 1988, at 11:00 pm. Call sign ‘Prahran 311', it had been a shift of routine policing for the pair; a domestic dispute, noisy parties, a drunk in Fitzroy Street, a pub assault on Chapel Street, a smashed shop window, and two activated security alarms… Researched and written by Milly Raso For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-57-walsh-street

Case 55: Simone Strobel

  • about 1 year ago

On February 11th, 2005, a group of four German backpackers arrived into the NSW Northern Rivers City of Lismore. 25-year-old Simone Strobel, her 24-year-old boyfriend Tobias Suckfuell, Tobias’ older sister 28-year-old Katrin Suckfuell, and Katrin’s friend Jens Martin aged 25. Simone and Tobias had arrived in Australia six months earlier on a working holiday visa. They planned to travel around the country while working odd jobs and enjoying the Australian lifestyle. On the Australia day holiday- January 26th, 2005, Tobias’ sister, Katrin and her friend Jens arrived to meet them for a month long trip. They were excited to see each other and Simone and Tobias picked them up at Brisbane airport. From there, the foursome travelled north to the Great Barrier Reef. After that, they headed south and ended up at Lismore. Up until the time they reached Lismore, Jens described it as the best three weeks. Everyone had gotten along really well…   ________ Researched and written by Anna at A.G.P Stories.     MUSIC 1. ‘Flatline intro’ and ‘Come play with me’ intro and outro www.dl-sounds.com 2.All other music and audio clean up performed by Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn     THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORS Audible – Free 30-day trial & free audiobook ZipRecruiter – Post your jobs for FREE LeVar Burton Reads – New podcast from LeVar Burton   RESOURCES BOOKS: ‘Have You Seen Simone?’ – Virginia Peters   ARTICLES: Over 100 articles by The Northern Star Newspaper in Lismore on the disappearance and Murder of Simone Strobel – The Northern Star Tobias fears for girlfriend Simone, missing in Lismore – The Northern Star Body may be missing German backpacker – The Northern Star Fear grips town as woman’s family mourn their ‘angel’ – The Sydney Morning Herald “How did my daughter die?” – The Sydney Morning Herald Simone’s boyfriend lashes out at police after body found – Gladstone Observer Simone Strobel murder: German police offer reward – The Sydney Morning Herald Suckfuell denies killing girlfriend Strobel – Daily Telegraph Detectives still on the case – The Northern Star Suspect living on wild side in South Africa – The Sydney Morning Herald NSW murder case reward sparks fresh hope – SBS Diary of the Strobel inquest – ABC Witness struggles to explain delay reporting Simone missing – The Northern Star Simone Strobel vanished after lovers’ tiff with boyfriend – The Northern Star Inquest hears Strobel boyfriend suspected in death – ABC Strobel killed within caravan park, inquest hears – ABC ‘Reasonable suspicions’ Tobias killed Simone: judge – Echo Net Daily Inquest adjourned pending more evidence – ABC Suspected killer free, but DNA may get him one day – Brisbane Times   VIDEOS: WATCH: Lismore’s most notorious unsolved murder – The Northern Star   MISSING PERSONS: Missing Persons FAQs  

Case 41: Mr Cruel

  • over 1 year ago

Mr Cruel had an incredible impact on Australia in the late 80’s and early 90’s. He was Australia’s bogeyman. Sparking unprecedented fear in adults and children. Even hardened criminals were shaken and took measures to better protect their families. Unless you lived through it, it’s hard to fully appreciate…. For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-41-mr-cruel

Case 45: Port Arthur

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On April 28th, 1996, Martin John Bryant became known as the worst single mass-murderer in Australian History. 21 years later, the Port Arthur Massacre still stands as the 3rd deadliest shooting by a lone gunman in the world. Known as a loner with the IQ of an 11-year-old, a series of events in Martin Bryant’s life would go on to trigger a rampage that would change hundreds of people’s lives that day, as well as the lives of everyday Australians who looked on in horror. Researched and co-written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-45-port-arthur

Case 19: Snowtown

  • over 2 years ago

Living in Australia, I had heard of the Snowtown case. I knew it as the bodies in the barrels case. But that’s all I knew. I had no idea about the who, the what, the why, or the when. So I didn’t know it was the worst case of serial killing in Australia’s history, involving torture and dismemberment. None of the murder victims are children. However, child sexual abuse is prominent throughout. It is a deeply disturbing, depraved case. I didn’t know any of that when I started looking into Snowtown, but now you do, and you can make an informed decision if you want to listen or not. For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-19-snowtown

Case 02: The Somerton Man

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On the first of December 1948, a body of a man was located along the seawall of Somerton Beach, just near Adelaide in South Australia. At first, the police thought it was going to be a straightforward matter, but as the weeks and months went on, it became apparent that this case was anything but straightforward… To this day we don’t know who he is, we don’t know where he came from and we don’t know how he died. For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-02-the-somerton-man

Case 51: Tina Watson

  • over 1 year ago

In the Coral Sea, off the coast of Northern Queensland, lies the Great Barrier Reef. Seen clearly from space, It is the largest living structure on earth. It is a World Heritage Site and known as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Tourists are drawn to the warm, crystal clear waters and bright tropical marine life. A scuba diver’s paradise. Researched and written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-51-tina-watson

Case 53: Bonus 2 – Interview

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EAR/ONS BONUS EPISODE #2 Interview with Paul Holes Contra Costa County DA Cold Case Investigator Paul Holes spoke with us for the series. You heard him discussing the “Homework Papers" found in Danville as well as his role in finding the DNA match between the East Area Rapist and the Original Night Stalker. We spoke to Paul about his theories and some key questions from our research.

Case 37: The Yorkshire Ripper (Part 3)

  • almost 2 years ago

[Part 3 of 3] “Well I think the time had come, you might say the time had come a few murders ago, but it’s certainly come for a rethink about the whole investigation." Research for this episode by Victoria Dieffenbacher. Co-written by Victoria Dieffenbacher and the Anonymous Host. For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/yorkshire-ripper-part-3

Case 17: The Eriksson Twins

  • over 2 years ago

On the 17th of May 2008, two motorway patrol officers attended to a call that a pedestrian had been hit by a vehicle on the M6 motorway, near the city Stoke-on-Trent, in England. Expecting the worst, the two officers were surprised when they arrived to see two pedestrians standing calmly and uninjured on the shoulder of the motorway. It didn’t look like much was going on at all… For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-17-the-eriksson-twins

Case 12: Katherine Knight

  • over 2 years ago

The crime scene was described as looking more like the set of a horror movie, than real life. It is one of the most horrific crimes ever committed. Not only did it shock the small town of Aberdeen in country NSW, where the crime occurred, it shocked the entire nation of Australia and parts of the world. What could possibly drive somebody to do this? A psychiatric illness? Or premeditated, pre-planned, pure evil? For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-12-katherine-knight

Episode 36: Battle Bots and Emily, Staff Writer from UIUC

  • about 1 year ago

This week on Booze Before Noon - The Black Sheep Podcast - Brendan and Mike pair UV Sriracha Vodka agains Malort in the Malort Minute, Quinn tells a story of being trapped in an elevator with a mocked up erection. Then Brendan and Mike wax poetically on BattleBots, whether Jamie and Adam f***ed their inventions, and play a rousing game of Animal Fights. Finally, Emily -- a staff writer at The Black Sheep UIUC and authentic sorority gal -- comes on to quiz the three hosts on all thing sorority and whatever the youth is talking about these days. Thanks for listening, and rate us 5 stars on iTunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-black-sheep/id1179430318?mt=2

Case 42: Sherri Rasmussen

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Van Nuys is a neighbourhood in the central San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles, California. And it was there that newlyweds Sherri Rasmussen and John Ruetten lived in a condo together, on Balboa Boulevard. Sherri Rasmussen was born on the 7th of February 1957. Her parents were Nels and Loretta Rasmussen. The middle daughter of three, Sherri was known as a gentle, kind and caring woman. Strikingly beautiful. Her compassion for others drove her to study nursing at the age of 16. By the age of 29, she was the director of critical care at Glendale Adventist Hospital. Sherri was well respected and known for her caring approach to her job… Assisted in research and co-written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-42-sherri-rasmussen

Case 44: Peter Falconio

  • over 1 year ago

The desert roads of the Northern Territory are as long as they are desolate. If you stand still, your own heartbeat is the loudest sound you’ll hear. The thrill of the open road and the sheer expanse of the hot desert is an exciting drawcard for many, but for those used to big cities, busy beaches or in this case, the relentless rain and dark clouded skies of England, driving from Adelaide to Darwin was the thrill of a lifetime, and unlike anything they had experienced before. But it would soon turn into a nightmare… Episode researched and co-written by Anna Priestland For all credits and sources please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-44-peter-falconio

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