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In 1948, a mystery began that has spanned over 70 years when a man was found dead on Somerton beach in Australia. The authorities had to figure out who the man was because he had no identification on him. They also had to figure out what happened to him. The initial thought by the medical examiner was that he was poisoned but they found no traces of poison in his system. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss one of the most interesting mysteries over the past 70 years. You will often see this case also referred to as the Tamam Shud case. This resulted from a piece of paper found on the man with these words on it which had been ripped from a copy of the book Rubaiyat. There have been many theories over the years including one that the man was a spy and was eliminated in such a fashion that it has left the police stumped. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16-year-old Kathy Bernhard and 14-year-old George-Ann Formicola disappeared in 1966. School had just let out the two teenagers headed off on the evening of June 25th to go swimming at the creek not far from their home. That was the last time they were seen alive by their parents. Their mutilated bodies were found almost a month later. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss these horrific and disturbing murders. These are the type that keeps parents up at night worried about their children and what time they'll be home. Kathy and George-Ann were friends and neighbors, trying to enjoy the start of their summer vacation. The area where they lived and were killed is just outside of Rochester, New York. That area has seen its share of heinous murders over the years. But, who killed these two teenagers? One man has a good idea that it was a monster who, back in 1966, preyed on innocent adolescent girls. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are headed over to the Beaumaris Beach section of Tasmania, Australia to talk about two separate unsolved cases. In 1995, a 20-year-old Italian tourist named Victoria Cafasso was found murdered on the beach. Just two years earlier, a 26-year-old German tourist named Nancy Grunwaldt disappeared around the same area. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss these cases from Australia. The area was in fear that a killer or killers were roaming the area. The fact that both individuals were tourists from other countries made some think that the killer was a local preying on female tourists. Victoria's murder was brutal and the crime scene was very difficult for police to work. And the area was rocked shortly after her murder by the actions of Martin Bryant. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we are headed to France to talk about the tragic story of the 1984 murder of 4-year-old Gregory Villemin. It's a case that has been heavily scrutinized in France for years but now has gained worldwide attention. There are a number of mysterious aspects to the case, including calls and letters received by Gregory's parents prior to his murder. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Gregory Villemin. A number of immediate and extended family members have been charged and put on trial for various crimes surrounding this case. Many people believe that the police botched the investigation from the beginning. Will the true identity of Gregory's killer or killers ever be revealed? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are headed to Alaska to discuss two mysterious disappearances that occurred within the same family. In 1999, 15-year-old Michael Palmer disappeared while riding his bike with his friends after attending a party. In 2010, his older brother Chucky Palmer, disappeared while riding snowmobiles with friends and family. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the tragic disappearances of the Palmer brothers. The heartache for the Palmer family is unbearable, to lose two children is unthinkable. But, there are a number of mysterious aspects to both disappearances. What are the odds that two brothers would go missing under similar circumstances? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 1977, two women were murdered inside of a house on Easey Street in Collingwood, Australia. In total, 27-year-old Sue Bartlett and 28-year-old Suzanne Armstrong were stabbed over 80 times. This was an extremely brutal scene, but, police have been unable to identify the person or persons responsible. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murders on Easey Street. Sue and Suzanne had moved into the house together the year before they were murdered. Police looked at boyfriends and acquaintances of both women. This case involves a lot of strange details. Two different men were known to have been inside the house after the murders, but before the bodies were discovered. Neither man said they saw or heard anything unusual, including Suzanne's 16-month-old, Gregory, who was later found inside the home. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2011, 19-year-old Carina Saunders disappeared in Bethany, Oklahoma. Her family became very worried when they noticed that she wasn't posting anything on social media. Weeks later, her body parts were found inside two bags behind a grocery store. The police quickly thought that Carina's death was somehow involved with human trafficking. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the brutal murder of Carina Saunders. Carina had some issues with drugs but was in the process of turning her life around and going back to school. Her death was a devastating blow to her family, friends, and the community. The authorities have looked at a number of potential suspects in her death and have charged multiple people over the years.  You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2005, Nona Dirksmeyer was a sophomore in college, living in an apartment just about 15 miles from her home. Her boyfriend went to a different college but came home in December of that year to visit Nona. He got worried when he couldn't reach her and went to her apartment with his mother. They discovered Nona's lifeless body through the sliding glass patio door. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the unsolved murder of Nona Dirksmeyer. Police initially focused on Nona's boyfriend, Kevin Jones, and even charged him and tried him. Years later, the authorities charged and tried another man, Gary William Dunn, with Nona's murder. Did mistakes in the investigation ultimately let a killer go free? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
18-year-old Heather Walker went missing from Dayton's Eastside on February 9, 2008. She left a party that night around 11:15 PM and was last seen by a friend in a local market's parking lot. Sadly, her body was found over two months later in a garbage can. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance and murder of Heather Walker. Heather's family reported her missing but, because of her age, the police didn't do much. Heather also had a history of running away in the past which led police to believe that she would return. So many questions surround Heather's murder, including the exact cause and date of her death. What really happened between February 9th, when Heather disappeared, and April 26, when her body was found? And, who was responsible for the murder of 18-year-old Heather Walker? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just after Christmas in 1956, sisters Barbara and Patricia Grimes went missing in Chicago after going to see an Elvis movie. Their disappearance prompted a huge response by both law enforcement and the community. Sadly, about a week later, the bodies of Barbara and Patricia were found on the side of the road. Join Mike and Gibby as they finish their coverage of the infamous murder case of the Grimes sister. In this second episode, we talk about the investigation by police into the mysterious Bennie Bedwell. There are additional murders that rock the Chicago area. And, there are a number of individuals who have been looked at over the years as being possibly connected to the murder of the Grimes sisters. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just after Christmas in 1956, sisters Barbara and Patricia Grimes went missing in Chicago after going to see an Elvis movie. Their disappearance prompted a huge response by both law enforcement and the community. Sadly, about a week later, the bodies of Barbara and Patricia were found on the side of the road by a construction worker who, at first, thought he had seen two mannequins. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the infamous murder case of the Grimes sister. In the beginning, the police received a lot of tips that placed the girls at various places on different days. Once their bodies were found, the murder investigation began and a task force was assembled. In this first of two episodes, we'll dive into the known facts surrounding their disappearance and the different witnesses who came forward with information. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On March 3, 1983, two bodies were found near the Copper Dollar Ranch in Iowa. 20-year-old Steven Fisher and 17-year-old Melissa Gregory, both employees at the ranch, were found beaten to death. Police had their suspicions but it took them 31 years before they arrested Steven's wife Terri Fisher for both murders. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murders of Steven and Melissa at the Copper Dollar Ranch. The rumor around the ranch was that Steven and Melissa had been having an affair. Steven separated from his wife Terri just weeks before the murders. You can see why police may have thought she had a motive for murder. But, it took them 31 years to arrest and charge Terri with the murders. The authorities thought the evidence they needed to convict her but the jury didn't see it that way. Did the authorities arrest the wrong person, or, did Terri get away with two murders? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16-year-old Cathy Moulton disappeared on September 24, 1971 from Portland, Maine. She was last seen visiting with some friends at a music store. She had plans to attend a dance that night but didn't make it home for dinner with her family. As is true with many disappearance cases from that time period, the police told Cathy's family that she had likely runaway but would return. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Cathy Moulton. In the first few days, it was entirely on her family to look for Cathy and get the word out about her disappearance. Witnesses eventually came forward about sightings of Cathy. These sightings involved two young men named Lester Everett and Ronald Perley. There remains to this day many theories about what happened to Cathy, and, what role Lester and Ronald may have had in her disappearance. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information     An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 2008, real estate agent Lindsay Buziak was showing a million-dollar home to a couple in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Her boyfriend found her stabbed to death inside the home, just minutes after she was killed. Investigators had very little physical evidence to go on in the search for her killer. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious murder of Lindsay Buziak. Investigators accounted for the alibis of Lindsay's boyfriend who was seen on CCTV footage leaving a business on his way to meet up with Lindsay at the home. They discovered that the couple, who had recently contact Lindsay to set up showings, had used a burner phone. And, the only number that was ever used by that phone was Lindsay's number. Was Lindsay the target of someone who wanted her dead? Or, did someone see her picture on one of her signs and target her as their next victim? You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
20-year-old Angela Marie Hammond's life was just starting to take shape. She went to college during the day and worked at night. She and her boyfriend, Rob Shafer, were due to have their first child together. But, on the night of April 4th, 1991, Angela was abducted by an unknown individual who drove off with her in a truck. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Angela Hammond. She was talking on a payphone to Rob when he heard her scream. He hopped into his truck and he said he chased a truck driven by the man who abducted Angela before Rob's transmission gave out. Many people in town felt that the details of the events that night were strange. But, Rob was pretty quickly ruled out by police, and the tips and leads that came in led them nowhere. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wife and mother Amy Sher vanished in Massachusetts on October 18, 2002. She had been estranged from her family for over 10 years after she married her second husband Bob Desmond. Much suspicion has been cast on Bob over the years but the police have never been able to determine exactly what happened to Amy Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Amy Sher. Many mysteries surround this case. Amy's boss and co-workers have said that she often showed up with injuries which made them suspicious that she was being abused at home. They often tried to get her to seek help but she refused. Bob has said that his wife left him but his actions proceeding and following her disappearance have heavily scrutinized. Did Amy Sher leave her husband, as well as her six-year-old son, or was she the victim of foul play? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kenneth and Iva Cheetham met and fell in love during World War II. They eventually married and settled in Washington State. Kenneth and Iva loved to travel and took yearly vacations to different spots around the country. In 1991, they set out to meet up with family for a vacation at Glacier National Park. They never joined up with their family and were later found shot to death. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murders of Kenneth and Iva Cheetham. There are a number of mysteries that surround this case. Authorities knew they had both been shot but they were unable to conclusively identify the caliber of bullet used in the murders. They had very little to go on, the biggest lead was a missing video camera and bag with a strap that had the Cheethams' name on it. That strap was later found by itself. But, there were a number of other murders around the area where the Cheethams were found. Police had to figure out if they were connected. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From August to December 1987, a series of murders were committed in the Akron, Ohio area that stumped the authorities. Four women, Janice Christensen, Joann Bartholomew, Marcia Piotter, and Barbara Blatnik were murdered. Janice, Joann, and Marcia were in their 30s or 40s and married, while Barbara was only 17-years-old and still in high school. Police struggled to figure out if the four murders were connected. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the details of these brutal murders. Valuable evidence, including DNA, was collected at the scenes. But, police were unable to solve the murders and the cases all went cold. A cold case team revisited Barbara Balatnik's case in 2019, trying to find her killer through the use of forensic genealogy. This resulted in the May 2020 arrest of a man named James Zastawnik. But, many questions remain. Will a jury convict Zastawnik of Barbara's murder and will police be able to tie him to any of the other three murders that they've felt for so many years are related. You can support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information. An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 1990, Jan Cornell and her 11-year-old daughter, Robin Cornell, were living in a townhouse with Jan's friend 32-year-old Lisa Story. On May 10, of that year, Jan returned to her Cape Coral, FL home from her boyfriend's house to find her daughter Robin and her friend Lisa brutally murdered. Over 25 years would pass before police got the break they needed to find a viable suspect. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the horrific murders of Robin Cornell and Lisa Story. Jan Cornell vowed she would never give up on finding the person who murdered her daughter and her friend. She kept that promise. In 2016, DNA connected a man named Joseph Zieler, who, in 1990, was 28-years-old and lived in the area. The case against Zieler looks promising but he not yet gone in front of a jury of his peers. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 1950, Helen Brach married into the famous Brach candy business family. After her husband died in 1970, Helen was worth over 30 million dollars. She spent her time helping to save animals and created the Helen V Brach foundation in 1974. In February 1977, Helen flew to Minnesota for a comprehensive checkup with her physician. She was scheduled to fly back to her home in Chicago but she vanished. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the disappearance of Helen Brach. There have been a number of theories that have been raised over the years. Helen's butler, Jack Matlick, told a number of things to investigators that were contradicted by others, including his own wife. Richard Bailey was a known con-man who became involved with Helen after her husband's death. Many believe that he had a hand in Helen's ultimate fate. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In March of 2012, 18-year-old pre-med student, Colin Gillis, returned to his home in Tupper Lake, New York for spring break. He was excited to see his high school friends and told his parents he felt like it would be a reunion. On March 10th, Colin headed off to a party and he never returned home. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious disappearance of Colin Gillis. Details emerged about a fight that occurred at the party that night. Colin left a number of voicemails with friends asking for a ride home. But, some people later came forward to say that he had turned down their offers for a ride home. Colin headed off on foot after the party, but instead of turning toward his home, he walked in the opposite direction. A number of people saw him walking on the road in the early morning hours. But, the authorities and Colin's family remain baffled about what happened to him.  You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information   An Emash Digital production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On July 15, 1982, a caretaker at a cemetery discovered the body of a young woman. Police could not identify her, and one officer began calling her Princess Doe. Two theories emerged, either she was a runaway, or she had been abducted from her family. But, after chasing leads and tips in the years that followed, she has still yet to be identified. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the case of Princess Doe. Over the years, the police have used advancements in DNA, but even that has proved unsuccessful. There have been people who have been linked to the murder, such as Joel Rifkin and Henry Lee Lucas, but police have discounted those high-profile killers. One couple even said they believe they killed Princess Doe as part of an underage sex ring. But, they couldn't identify her and the evidence didn't quite seem to line up. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Mother's Day, May 10, 2020, 49-year-old wife and mother Suzanne Morphew went missing. Her two daughters were on a camping trip and her husband said he left early that morning for work. Suzanne's bike was later found close to her home. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the recent disappearance of Suzanne Morphew. Reports have surfaced that call Suzanne's husband Barry's alibi into question. Members of Suzanne's family have publicly stated that they do not believe Barry has been fully cooperative with the authorities. Questions abound in this case but the biggest one is what happened to Suzanne Morphew. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In 1901, Rebecca McClung was brutally murdered inside her mansion in Mason, Ohio. Just prior to the murder, Rebecca and her husband John had sold the mansion, but, they were still living there with the two people they sold it to. Based on statements from others in the house, the police centered their attention on John McClung. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the mysterious murder of Rebecca McClung which occurred about 30 minutes down the road from our studio. This case is still talked about in the city of Mason, almost 120 years later. The evidence seemed to indicate that John had murdered his wife, but the jury didn't see it that way. Did they get it right? Or, did the fact that John was the wealthiest person in the county have something to do with the outcome? You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the early 1970s, an unidentified serial killer terrorized the Washington, D.C. area. Six African-American girls were abducted and murdered. The abductions and murders had many similarities but police were unable to find the killer. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the Freeway Phantom. This killer reached out to both the police and to the victims' families to taunt them. The authorities found some good evidence but they could never put it all together.  You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information An Emash Digital Production See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Created by
Mike Ferguson
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Jan 16th, 2017
Latest Episode
May 3rd, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
219
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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Yes
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