Murder, She Told

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In 1984, Angela Samota was brutally murdered in her home in Dallas, Texas, and for over twenty years her case remained unsolved... until Sheila Wysocki took action and solved the case. This week Murder, She Told welcomes a very special guest, Sheila Wysocki, to the show to talk about the journey to justice on her best friend's cold case, what it's like as a female private investigator in a world that's dominated by men, DNA test kits, and what made her keep going after solving Angie's case. Special thanks to Sheila Wysocki for participating in this interview. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit it to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All credits for this episode can be found on https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/murdershetold.com (murdershetold.com). Sign up for the mailing list for an invite to the Murder, She Told secret Facebook group.
In March of 1999, the talk of the town in the Saco, Maine area was who killed 15-year-old Ashley Ouellette. And one day, while watching a news segment on her murder, Angel Torres, who went by Tony, said to his parents that he knew who killed her in a way his father later said left no room for doubt. Two months later, while attending a party in Biddeford, Tony Torres disappeared... and hasn't been seen for almost 22 years. Was Tony Torres silenced so a killer could continue to walk free? This is the story of disappearance of Angel Antonio Torres. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit it to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com Sources and media credits for this episode can be found on https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/murdershetold.com (murdershetold.com). Sign up for the mailing list for an invite to the Murder, She Told secret Facebook group.
Ashley Erin Ouellette was murdered. Her body was still warm when a passerby discovered her—perfectly placed in the middle of the road on a cold February night in Saco, Maine. “We turned around and there was this girl lying face down in the road. She was blue, and she had blood around her mouth. My initial thought was somebody had been hit by a car. But she was just placed so perfectly. Her hands were right by her side, legs straight, toes pointing down.” Today marks 22 years from the last day Ashley was seen alive, and police are still trying to answer one question that could crack this case wide open: what happened between the hours of 12:30 and 4:00am on February 9th, 1999? This is the unsolved murder of Ashley Erin Ouellette. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit it to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com Sources and media credits for this episode can be found on https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/murdershetold.com (murdershetold.com). Sign up for the mailing list for an invite to the Murder, She Told secret Facebook group.
The hallway was unusually dark as Judith Rahn stepped inside her apartment building in Manchester, New Hampshire. It was around 1am, and she was returning home to her 14-year-old daughter, Laureen, after a night out. Immediately, she knew something was wrong. Laureen wasn’t home. In fact, the young teen had just... vanished. Little did Judith know, she was about to be thrust into an agonizing journey of unexplained phone calls, and rumors of cults, pornography, and sex hotlines to find her missing daughter—a journey that would span over 40 years and counting. This is the bizarre 1980 disappearance of Lauren Rahn, and a mother's endless quest for answers. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit it to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com Sources and media credits for this episode can be found on https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/murdershetold.com (murdershetold.com). Sign up for the mailing list for an invite to the Murder, She Told secret Facebook group.
When Armand Brochu served his wife, Monique, a vodka cocktail one November night at their home in Biddeford, Maine in 1966, he had no idea that just a few days later she would be dead. The autopsy showed she’d died of methyl alcohol poisoning, a liquid chemical similar to the alcohol we drink, except deadly. What was methyl doing in Monique’s system? But somebody saw more than they should. Armand’s 12-year-old daughter, Nancy. And Nancy decides to go to the Police to tell them what she saw. Less than three hours later, Armand Brochu is placed under arrest for the murder of his wife Did Armand Brochu murder his wife? You decide. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit it to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com Sources and media credits for this episode can be found on https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/murdershetold.com (murdershetold.com). Sign up for the mailing list for an invite to the Murder, She Told secret Facebook group.
When Peter J. Bassett stepped outside of Judy’s Bar and Grill to get some air, he had no idea that this would be his last moment. Within minutes, an unknown person pulled the trigger on a gun, shooting and killing Peter in cold blood in the middle of downtown Bangor, Maine on a Saturday night. Who would shoot this man? And how could somebody get away with something like this? Surely there were witnesses... Surely the family had answers... But they don’t. And this 1988 unlisted Maine cold case remains open and unsolved, and a killer remains on the loose.  Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit your story at murdershetoldpod@gmail.com Sources and media credits for this episode can be found on murdershetold.com. This episode highlights some of the music and culture of the Passamaquoddy People, an indigenous tribe of Maine.
Thayne Ormsby sat the police station in Dover, New Hampshire to answer more questions to help them catch a killer. Two weeks prior to this moment, somebody brutally stabbed a father, his best friend, and his young son in Amity, Maine. But Thayne secretly knew this killer was never going to get caught. He knew this... because he was killer. But is Thayne Ormsby a cold-blooded killer? or is he criminally insane? Using police interviews and original affidavits, Murder, She Told dives deep inside the mind of multiple murderer to try and answer the biggest question that still lingers: why? This is Part Two of Mind of a Killer: Thayne Ormsby. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit your story at murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All sources and media credits for this episode can be found on murdershetold.com.
In 2010, the small town of Amity, Maine is rocked after a triple homicide takes the lives of Jeff Ryan, his best friend, Jason Dehahn, and his young son, Jesse. The search for the killer brings police to 20-year-old Thayne Ormsby, a smooth talking drifter who had just moved into town. But why would he murder three innocent people with no apparent motive? Is Thayne Ormsby a cold blooded killer? Or is he clinically insane? Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told? Submit your story at murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All sources and media credits for this episode can be found on murdershetold.com.
Amy Drake was only 18-years-old when her body was found by hunters in 2006 in the woods of Norridgewock, Maine, just a few miles from the Skowhegan town line. She’d been missing for a little over a month. Since then, there have been few answers as to what happened to Amy, and her case, although still open 14-years later, sits on a list of 100+ other cold cases in the state of Maine. But this story isn't about a murder. It’s about friendship. And nostalgia. And legacy. The things that were, and a butterfly effect of the things that could have been. Special thanks to Jason Dickerson for sharing his personal stories for this episode If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, it’s not too late to get help. Call the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Hotline at 1-800-662-HELP or visit https://findtreatment.gov/ (findtreatment.gov) for additional resources. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told or want to say hi? Send an email to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All sources and media credits for this episode can be found on murdershetold.com.
In July of 1989, 32-year-old Pamela J. Webb’s blue Chevy pickup truck was found abandoned with flat tires along the interstate in Biddeford, Maine, her dog inside and signs of a struggle nearby. Almost three weeks later, her body was found over 100 miles away in the woods of Franconia, New Hampshire, and the medical examiner declared her cause of death “unspecified violent homicide.”  To this day, Maine State Police are still searching for answers to this baffling cold case mystery, trying to fill in a fuzzy timeline that will answer the question: What happened to Pamela Webb? Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more, and on https://www.facebook.com/mstpodcast (Facebook.) Have a story that needs to be told or want to say hello? Submit your story to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All sources for this episode can be found on murdershetold.com.
In 1996, Lynn Willette, a maintenance worker in Brewer, Maine went missing... her boyfriend? Convicted murderer James Hicks. Police can't pin him down for the crime, so he flees the state in search of a normal life. But the underlying rage of a dangerous man can’t stay quiet for long, and a nightmare was about to be unleashed on a sleepy Texas town. This is the story of James Hicks, the serial killer next door that you've never heard of, and the three innocent women who got tangled up in a web they couldn't escape. Special thanks to Police Chief Jim Ricker for sharing his first hand account. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast) for key photos from this episode and more. Have a story that needs to be told or want to say hi? Submit your story to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All sources for this episode can be found on murdershetold.com.
In 1982 in Newport, Maine, Jerilyn Towers goes to the local bar for a drink... and never comes back. When Newport Police Chief Jim Ricker, goes to question the man last seen with her, he quickly realizes that Jerilyn may not be the only person who was last seen with this man, and that they both might not actually be missing... This is the story of James Hicks, the serial killer next door that you've never heard of, and the most sensational trial in Maine State history. Special thanks to Police Chief Jim Ricker for sharing his first hand account. Connect with Murder, She Told on instagram https://instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast (@MurderSheToldPodcast )for key photos from this episode and more. Have a story that needs to be told or want to say hi? Submit your story to murdershetoldpod@gmail.com All sources for this episode can be found on https://murdershetold.com (murdershetold.com).
This is Murder, She Told: True crime cases from the state of Maine and New England, and unsolved murders from small town, USA. These are the crime stories your hometown doesn’t want to talk about. These are the cold cases you’ve probably never heard of before. Subscribe now and join me as we explore the stories from the dark underbelly of the “safest places in America”.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Kristen Seavey
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 11th, 2020
Latest Episode
Feb 23rd, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
13
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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