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3C Podcast - Circle City Crime

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We've been in a holding pattern for so long in our efforts with the Burger Chef Murders and the case I have long-planned to cover for season 4 of Circle City Crime. We have some updates on the progress and on what the heck happened to the Burg
Ronnie Roberts was a good kid, a good employee, and a good boyfriend. One Sunday night in 1973 he went missing, and two days later his body was on the wooded shoreline of a reservoir more than 30 miles away from the place he was last scene.
Check out bookCASE, the newest podcast by Words With Chris Productions. On bookCASE we'll dive headfirst into the art of writing crime, mystery, and horror fiction, as well as true crime books and podcasts. Host, Chris Davis will talk with au
We wrap our discussion of the murder of Tristan Twilley with a discussion regarding what the family has been told about why, despite significant video evidence and witness testimony, no charges have been filed in Tristan's case.Stay tuned after
In this episode, we put to bed some more general theories about what could have lead to Tristan Twilley's murder and hone in on a theory that involves a targeted setup.I'm coming to you live from one of our hotels as we travel Route 66 this wee
It's rare to have a surveillance video that shows a murder, but there's so much about the time and place Tristan Twilley was murdered that you can't see from that video. This week we dive into those things we've uncovered and where we hope tha
In March 2018 44-year-old Tristan Twilley was shot in broad daylight as he was leaving a barber shop on Indianapolis's east side. To this day, even with a video showing Tristan's killer and the events surrounding the shooting, more questions r
In this, our second YouTube Live video we introduce you to our next case, talk about Chris's upcoming debut novel, Beneath the Fallen Leaves, do a rapid-fire look at three unsolved Indiana cases, and discuss some notable theories about the Burg
After more than four months, we're wrapping up our regular coverage of the Westside Park Murders. In this episode, we give the most detailed profile we can of who we think committed this terrible crime. Please share. I think if the right per
Years after the senseless murder of Kimberly Dowell and Ethan Dixon, a man imprisoned for his most recent in a string of violent crimes contacts Muncie Police Department with a story about that night in September 1985. Does he know something,
After a talk in recent weeks with a law enforcement officer with extensive knowledge of the West Park Murders, I am taking a second look at some earlier assumptions and adding a new avenue to my own research. I'm going to need your help.Join t
In our first live episode we discuss how IMPD officers are working to protect you and themselves from transmission of COVID-19 as they continue to keep our city safe, their thoughts on the on-duty murder of Officer Breann Leath, and we end with
A listener question spurred us to discuss some of the lesser-known theories in the case, and we spend the 2nd half of the episode giving you our two cents on a second man, and a person very close to one of the Westside Park Murders victims, who
It's been known by the public since the earliest hours following the murders of Kimberly Dowell and Ethan Dixon in Westside Park that they were discovered by K9 Officer, Terry Winters, but somehow Winters name also got bandied about early on as
In 1964 a couple in their 50's, who had already experienced immense tragedy with the death of their two sons to cancer in the previous 11 years, gets hit again. 50-year-old Indiana Republican Party Delegate, Dorothy Handley, was found stabbed
We've pieced together hints about the Muncie Police Department's top suspect and gotten a little help from the Muncie rumor mill to find the baddest that 'Little Chicago' had to offer in the 80's and 90's. The men in Danny Slaven's orbit had l
This is my first live event and probably one of the only times I'll ever try to tell the story of the Burger Chef Murders all in one sitting, but for someone out there, this bite-sized episode may be the perfect way to introduce them to Indiana
It's time to take all the information we've gathered and begin to form theories and examine potential suspects in the case of the West Side Park Murders, and we have a doozy to start with.facebook.com/3CPodcastIndy'Sources:thestarpress.com
This week we discuss the known facts of the Westside Park Murders with criminal behaviorist and investigator, Sarah Cailean. She lends he 20+ years of experience to help us create a very basic profile of Kim and Ethan's killer and outline some
The father of Kimberly Dowell shares some of his fondest memories, some of his darkest, and his thoughts when it comes to a resolution for his daughter, his family, and his community.Facebook.com/3CPodcastIndy
In this episode we dive deeper into our thoughts on the randomness of the murders of Kimberly Dowell and Ethan Dixon, begin to discuss the idea they were targeted by someone, and discuss how these ideas can begin to point us toward suspects.Fac
There are lots of specific theories that have been floated in the Westside Park Murders over the years, but we feel it important to discuss, and eliminate if possible, categories of theories for people who are less familiar with this case. In
Clues released to public in the case of the Westside Park Murders are sparse, but each one may carry a wealth of information so listen closely as go over each one in this week's episode.facebook.com/3CPodcastIndypatreon.com/3CPodcastSOURCES: M
Things like this just don't happen in Muncie, but in the late hours of Saturday September 28, 1985, the lives of Kimberly Dowell and Ethan Dixon were tragically and senselessly taken as they sat in the city's Westside Park, the same as dozens o
We've embarked on the journey for truth in another of Indiana's most tragic and senseless unsolved homicides. Two young people, Ethan Dixon and Kimberly Dowell, were gunned down on Saturday, September 28, 1985 in Muncie's Westside Park. Lots
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