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Bonus Ep. Naughty List

Ah, the holidays can be the best time for some of us or the hardest for those who have lost people or can’t afford to celebrate in a way they see fit. The crime rate is at an all-time high during the holidays but not for murder. It’s usually burglary, theft, and sadly suicide. One small town in Washington was about to go from petty crimes to having their world turned upside down by two people who certainly did not make the nice list in 2007.

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Bonus Ep. Unthankful

The holidays are often a time of joy and community, but for people in abusive relationships, the holidays can be stressful and dangerous. For many couples the night before Thanksgiving is spent double-checking the pantry and preparing for family to arrive for a joyous day of gratitude. For one couple in 2006, it was spent fighting and ended with one woman’s desperate attempt at escape.

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Bonus Ep. Halloween Special

What could be better on Halloween than a spooky ghost story? Cultures all over the world have been fascinated by ghosts for as long as people have existed. In the 19th century ghost stories became especially popular and widely believed as fact, shaping much about the era. But what happens when people take ghost stories too far? Come along as we share three real life ghost stories that had tragic consequences.

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Protected By The Badge Ep. 49

The blue wall of silence is an informal code among police officers not to report on a fellow cop’s misconduct or crimes. Any officers who refuse to lie to protect a corrupt cop may be threatened and ostracized by their fellow police officers. This glorified corruption goes back as far as we can tell to at least the 1800s. In Los Angeles California, that blue code allowed a murderer to escape justice for 23 years. 

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The Holy See Mystery Ep. 48

The Vatican City is known as the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. In 1981 Pope John Paul II was shot within the Vatican walls and nearly died. This assassination attempt led to panic and was linked to one of the most famous disappearance in the Vatican with growing theories even now, 38 years later.

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Murderous Dreams Ep. 47

Have you ever had a dream that felt so real you weren’t sure whether or not it really happened? Some believe dreams are an uninhibited connection to our natural psychic abilities. Dreams are at the very least a central source of the knowledge of the unconscious. Then of course there are those who seem to have full control of their psychic abilities in the waking hours. This case is a wild tangle of nefarious dreams, murder and psychic premonitions.

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The Baby Farmer Ep. 46

Once upon a time adopting a baby was as easy as going to the local corner store and checking out a bag of potatoes. It was a practice called baby farming, that led to England’s most Infamous baby killer, who earned the name “The Reading Baby Farmer”.

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The Casanova Killer Ep. 45

It’s a common tale we have all heard, a woman meets a handsome and charming man in a bar and sparks instantly fly. But for at least four women in the 1990’s, meeting that handsome man in a bar was the beginning of their end. He was no prince charming, he was a monster in disguise.

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California Nightmare Ep.44

In 2004, one Fresno family kept a thinly veiled secret that was about to be exposed. The case we talk about today covers some very sensitive and controversial topics like polygamy, incest, and domestic abuse that led to the horrific murder of an innocent family.

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Villisca Axe Massacre Ep. 43

Long before serial killers and mass murders had become a normal part of life, two adults and 6 children were found brutally murdered in their beds in a small mid-western town. The bloody Villisca Ax Murders have stumped authorities for over a century, despite numerous suspects, two trials, and a confession. To this day ghosts are still reaching out trying to shed light on the truth.

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