True Crime

Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature by detailing hardcore true crime homicide cases from around the world.

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In November of 1985, two best friends went to the Northern Michigan town of Mio to kick off their start of the deer hunting season; they never returned home.  After 18 years, a brave witness finally came forward to reveal the unspeakable fate of the hunters.  In the small town of Mio lived the Duvall brothers.  The Duvall brothers liked to drink, fight and tend to their pigs.  On the night the hunters went missing, they did all three...

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SOURCES FOR EPISODE:

https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/USCOURTS-mied-2_09-cv-11663/pdf/USCOURTS-mied-2_09-cv-11663-0.pdf

https://milawyersweekly.com/fulltext-opinions/2005/05/26/people-v-raymond-wilbur-duvall-jr/

https://amzn.to/31vkfJP (Darker Than Night by: Tom Henderson)

 

 

 

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November 18, 2019

EP06: The Ypsilanti Ripper

From 1967 to 1969, before the world had ever heard of the term "serial killer" or DNA or Ted Bundy, a young man nicknamed “The Ypsilanti Ripper"  terrorized two college campus, slaughtering at least six women with such sadistic rage, that to this day, only a handful of killers can match his cruelty. On the outside,  this man was a handsome sophomore and future elementary school teacher, but on the inside...he was a monster.

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 The Ypsilanti Ripper by Gregory Fournier

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November 11, 2019

EP05: The Panty Sniffer

In 1986, a University of Michigan professor was found brutally murdered and raped by a sadistic necrophiliac.  Five years later, a flight attended staying overnight at the Hilton Hotel in Detroit was murdered in the same brutal way.  It took the police over a decade to connect the crimes, and even longer to find the perpetrator.    At first the killer denied committing the murders, but in a fit of rage, he confessed to his attorney that he not only raped and murdered these two victims, but he had killed many more women in Ohio and Florida.  How many women did this murderous necrophiliac kill?  Only the murderer knows, and he isn't telling...

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Blood Justice by Tom Henderson

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In 1939, a young man with an IQ of 46 was executed by the State of Colorado for the attack with an ax on two young sister resulting in the death of a 15 year old girl. The real ax killer had attacked women before and was executed, but a corrupt sheriff who wanted a reward framed Joe for the murders.  The story of his trial, conviction and eventual execution, will be one of the most shocking and horrifying miscarriages of justice you will ever hear about. This is the story of Joe Arridy.

 

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SOURCES FOR EPISODE:

“Deadly Innnocence?” by Robert Perske

Friends of Joe Arridy

All That’s Interesting: The Mentally Disabled Man Executed for a Grisly Murder He Didn't Commit 

Morbidology: Joe Arridy: The Happiest Man on Death Row

The Pueblo Pulp: Inmate 19845 has officially served his sentence: The Story of Joe Arridy

Westword: Joe Arridy was the happiest man on death row

Boredom Therapy: The Tragic Story of the Innocent Man Known as "The Happiest Prisoner on Death Row"

Life Magazine, April 12, 1948: Warden Adopts Young Murderer

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