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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April 27, 2020

EP29: Repeat Offender

In the late 1990s, college girls were going missing in San Luis Obispo, California.  Around this same time, a prison parolee named Rex Krebs, was trying to get his life together after serving 10 years of a 20-year sentence for rape.  Rex had been paroled for good behavior despite the judge saying that the crimes he committed showed a “high degree of viciousness and callousness.”  When Rex’s parole officer, David, heard about the missing girls, he had one guy on his mind, and it was Rex.  Listen to Episode 29 to find out how David broke the case for two of the missing girls wide open and find out what really happened.

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SOURCES FOR THIS EPISODE:

"Dead and Buried" by Corey Mitchell

LA Times Article

The San Luis Obispo Tribune

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In 1973, five teenagers decided to spend their Saturday night listening to guitar by the campfire at Gitchie Manitou State Park.  Five of them entered the park, but only one left alive.  This story is truly what nightmares are made of...

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Gitchie Girl by: Phil and Sandy Hamman

Gitchie Girl Uncovered by: Phil and Sandy Hamman

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April 13, 2020

EP27: Cruisin’

In 1977, young girls in the suburbs of Adelaide, South Australia were going missing. It wouldn’t be until two years later where the truth of what happened to them would come to light.  Police were told to talk to James Miller—that James had quite the story to tell.  James ended up telling police about the rape, murder and disposal of six young women, some of them just teenagers, at the hands of his friend Christopher Worrell. James, who was in love with Chris (although Chris did not reciprocate the affection) and helped Chris pick up these girls, despite knowing they were in grave danger. Chris was eventually credited with the deaths of seven women, even though he is probably responsible for many, many more—listen now to hear about one of Australia’s most notorious serial killers.

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SOURCES FOR THIS EPISODE:

"The Truro Murders" by Ryan Green

Murderpedia: Christopher Worrell

Murderpedia: James Miller

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In 1986, Cindy Zarzycki was your typical 13 year old girl. She loved Madonna, Cindy Lauper and Motley Crue. For fun, she liked to dance, hang out with friends at the mall and make mixed tapes. On Sunday, April 18, Cindy lied to her father and told him that she was going to walk to church on her own. Her best friend, while driving to church with her family, saw Cindy outside of the local Dairy Queen around 11:00 am. That was the last time Cindy was ever seen alive.
It took investigators over 20 years to learn the truth about what happened to Cindy and what they uncovered gave them clues to the mysterious disappearances of other young teenage girls. Was she the victim of a serial killer?
 
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