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True Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast

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Reddit True Crime Podcasts 2022 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories and Unsolved Mysteries Reddit Podcast r/TrueCrimePodcasts: Reddit True Crime Podcasts 2022 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Reddit True Crime Podcasts 2022 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories and Unsolved Mysteries Reddit Podcast True Crime 411 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories and Unsolved Mysteries Reddit Podcast true crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers. As much as we love listening to a celebrity interview or cultural discussion, there’s nothing quite like a true crime podcast to keep you hooked for hours on end. There’s a reason why so many true crime series have climbed the podcast charts over the years – from the genre-defining brilliance of Serial to the unexpected twists and turns of Sweet Bobby, true crime is the genre that just keeps on giving. True crime has never been more popular than it is today, as evidenced by the astonishing number of podcasts, TV shows, and documentaries dedicated to the genre. At its core, however, true crime is a type of nonfiction literature. From influential works like Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood (1966) to modern-day investigations such as Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark (2018) or Elon Green’s Last Call (2021), such narratives are unique in the way they connect with their readers, precisely because they explore harrowing real-life events that could happen to anyone. Want to know more about true crime? Here we define the genre, take a fascinating look at its origins, and cover some of its common themes. The Definition of “True Crime” It seems like the definition of true crime would be obvious: A story about a crime that actually occurred. Indeed, most true crime books explore dark and distressing subject matter, and reader discretion is advised. Granted, the first rule of true crime is that the narrative must include as many nitty-gritty facts about the case as possible: Readers expect the actual names of people involved and the correct time and place, information about what they did, and as many details of the crime and its investigation as the author can dig up. True crime books can be about a single event, like a kidnapping. They can also be about the collective crimes of serial killers, thieves, or cult leaders. However narrow or broad the focus, the best true crime books deliver well-researched, finely written examinations of the case at hand. But the wealth of details is just half of what makes true crime so popular with readers. The most talented true crime authors excel at presenting the facts of a case while vividly re-creating the atmosphere that surrounded the crime. They put criminals and their victims in context by establishing elements like the political climate of the day, the history of a town, or the struggles faced by a particular community. They dig into everyone’s motives, then weigh these motives against the actions and developments they document. They re-create dialogue as faithfully as possible, although of course sometimes it’s necessary to take artistic liberties. In other words, the most popular true crime authors transport readers to the scene of the crime, with all senses fully engaged. Without an author’s narrative talents, the details of the crime would simply read like a legal report. Best True Crime Stories Podcast 2022 Police Interrogations, True Crime Investigations and MORE!
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Escape From A House Of Horrors FULL AUDIO The Turpin Sisters

Escape From A House Of Horrors FULL AUDIO The Turpin SistersEscape From A House Of Horrors FULL AUDIOPERRIS, Calif. -- Jordan Turpin quietly climbed up on a windowsill of her parents' home without them knowing and dropped down into the outside world.The 17-year-old had only been outside a few times in her entire life and she was terrified. Her hands were shaking uncontrollably as she held a deactivated cell phone her parents didn't know she had, but thinking of her siblings chained up inside the house, she worked up the courage to dial 911."I was always terrified that if I called the cops or tried to escape, I would get caught, and then I knew I would die if I got caught," Jordan, now 21, told ABC News' Diane Sawyer in an exclusive interview. "But at the end, when I saw all my younger siblings, I knew that's what I had to do."Jordan's bravery that day in January 2018 freed herself and her siblings from a life of horrific abuse and captivity at the hands of their parents, David and Louise Turpin, who are now in prison for beating, shackling and starving 12 of their 13 children."That was my only chance," Jordan said. "I think it was us coming so close to death so many times. If something happened to me, at least I died trying."Jordan and her eldest sibling, Jennifer Turpin, are telling their story for the first time in an exclusive interview with Sawyer. They are the first of any of the Turpin children to share their stories. In their interview, the Turpin daughters described physical abuse and being deprived of food, hygiene, education and health care for years."The only word I know to call it is 'hell,'" said Jennifer Turpin, reflecting on the trauma of her childhoodGrowing up, Jennifer Turpin attended public school from first to third grade but then her parents took her out. From then on, the parents claimed to be homeschooling their children but weren't in reality. The children were rarely allowed to leave their home when the family lived in Texas and then in California, they said they were never allowed outside without their parents."We [weren't] even allowed to stand up. We were supposed to be sitting down all the time," added Jennifer, now 33. "Most of the time we were up at night and then sleeping in the day."In the family's Perris, California, home that Jordan escaped from, she told investigators she was kept in a bedroom where two little sisters were chained on and off for months. She said she and her siblings lived in filth and that she hadn't bathed in seven monthsJennifer said for years she and her siblings only ate once a day, primarily peanut butter sandwiches, bologna, a frozen burrito or chips, while their parents ate fast food and other full meals. She said some of the children would try to "steal" food and their parents would beat them or chain them up for it. When rescued, all of the children except for the youngest, a toddler, were severely malnourished, prosecutors said.An 11-year-old child was so malnourished that her arm circumference was the equivalent of a 4-and-a-half month old baby, investigators said.Jordan said she hadn't been to a doctor in five years, she said, and had never been to a dentist in her life.The plan to escapeIn 2016, Jordan said she got a hold of one of her parents' old smartphones. It opened up a whole new world she had never seen before, and eventually she discovered Justin Bieber's music videos."I don't know where we would be if we didn't watch Justin Bieber," Jordan said. "I started realizing that there is a different whole world out there... I wanted to experience that."The smartphone became a critical escape for Jordan. She said she watched Bieber's interviews, movies and used it to make little videos to post on social media. One day, she said someone commented on one of her posts to ask why she was always inside and awake at night."I did tell him that I didn't really go to school, and I wasn't allowed to go in the backyard or front yard and that I'm always kept inside, and I told him how we eat and how we're not allowed to get out of bed," she said. "He was like, 'This isn't right, you should call the cops' ... I was so happy to hear him say that because I was like, 'I was right. I was right that this situation is bad.'"One day, a sibling in the house told their mother she had been watching Bieber's videos. Jordan said her mother came at her and began choking her."I thought I was going to die that day," she said. "After that whole day happened, I kept having nightmares that... she was going to kill me."After that incident, Jordan secretly talked to a couple of her sisters about trying to come up with a plan to escape."She was like, 'We need to get out of here,'" Jennifer said. "So I gave her all the advice I knew, all the advice I could."Jordan eventually decided her best option would be to climb out of her bedroom window and call 911.Jennifer said she tried to draw a map of their neighborhood based on the few times she had been allowed outside. Jordan and another sister tried calling a taxi service to drive them to another state, and then they discussed something Jordan overheard on the rare instances her brother secretly watched the TV show "Cops": Calling 911, and making sure they had proof to back up their claims for police."[I told her] get pictures, anything to prove so they can't think you're a teenager looking for attention," Jennifer said.On Jan. 14, 2018, Jordan realized time was running out. She and Jennifer heard her mother scream that the family was moving to Oklahoma."If we went to Oklahoma, there was a big chance that some of us would have died," Jordan said of her severely malnourished and frail siblings.At the time, she said two of her sisters were in chains for stealing their mother's candy. One of them, she said, had been chained up for 15 straight days.She said she asked her sisters, chained to a bed, for permission to take their photos before doing so, which she did with her brother's old cell phone that she had secretly gotten hold of."They said, 'yes,'" Jordan said. "They knew why I was taking pictures, and they knew what it was for, they were letting me.""The very next day we were moving. It was literally now or never," Jennifer added.The escapeJordan said she placed pillows under a blanket to make it look like she was asleep, in case anyone looked into her room. She said she put on some clean clothes, gathered her pre-packed bag and slipped out of the window. Then she ran.Once outside, Jordan didn't know where to turn. She was standing in the road, she said, because "I didn't even know about the sidewalks.""I had no idea what direction to go. I was so scared," Jordan continued. "I was trying to dial 911, but I couldn't even get my thumb to press the buttons because I was shaking so bad."Jordan reached a dispatcher who kept her talking as she wandered the neighborhood. Eventually, the dispatcher helped guide the shaky and confused girl to a stop sign where she could wait for a deputy to arrive."I was telling them everything: We don't go to school, we live in filth, how we starve and all this stuff," Jordan said. "Because I had to make sure that if I left, we wouldn't go back.""[Talking to the dispatcher], I was like, 'I'm scared [my parents] are going to come,'" she continued. "They would just kill me right there, especially if they knew I was on the phone with the police."Jordan said she was petrified that law enforcement wouldn't believe her."I was freaking out because I was, like, 'Wait, are they gonna take me back there?' I was so scared," she said. "I was so nervous because it was -- I've never had a conversation with a stranger before.Deputy Anthony Colace was coming to the end of a long and busy graveyard shift when he took the dispatcher's call to assist on a runaway call. Colace said the majority of runaway calls only require taking the child home to their family.When he arrived, Jordan quickly tried to tell him her life story and then he asked her a critical question: "Do you have pictures of that?"She showed him the photos of her dirty, shackled sisters, explaining that the chains were punishment for taking food."They looked very sad, malnourished, they were very pale. They had bags underneath their eyes," Colace told ABC News. "Once I saw that photo, it really sealed the deal for me."Colace asked if Jordan was injured, and she asked what "injured" meant. He further explained to ask if she was hurt. She said no. He also asked her if she was on medication and she explained she didn't know what "medication" meant.On Colace's body cam, Jordan is heard telling him that if her parents found her outside they would kill her. As he's listening to Jordan describe the horrors inside the home, Colace was impressed by her courage. Through his questioning, he could tell she'd had little education."I was just thinking how smart and how brave she was," he said. "I asked her what her middle name was and she said 'Elizabeth.' I asked her to spell it. She couldn't spell it."True Crime 411 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories, Unsolved Mysteries Reddit PodcastBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/25/20241 hour, 13 minutes, 11 seconds
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The 12 Most Disturbing 911 Calls Ever Made REAL AUDIO

The 12 Most Disturbing 911 Calls Ever Made REAL AUDIOChilling 911 CallsThese audio recordings will haunt even the most seasoned true crime listener.et’s be honest, tragic accidents and crimes on the news are commonplace enough that we can easily tune them out these days. With stories out there about serial killers like Ted Bundy and the Zodiac Killer, straightforward murder by intruder can seem almost mundane in comparison. Disturbing content pretty much goes with the territory for true crime fans, but there’s something about these eight 911 calls that will chill even the most desensitized of listeners. This list runs the gamut of gruesome crime from murder to terrorism, and features real recordings that force you to experience the terror of each situation alongside the victim. Be forewarned, in a category of 911 calls, the bar for disturbing is set pretty high.Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/23/202422 minutes, 22 seconds
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Tortured To Death Murdering The Nanny - Full True Crime Documentary

Tortured To Death Murdering The Nanny - Full True Crime Documentary True Crime Podcast REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Crime DocumentariesBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/22/202444 minutes, 3 seconds
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How young female officers took down the Clifton Rapist in decoy operation

How young female officers took down the Clifton Rapist in decoy operationTrue Crime Podcast 2024 REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Crime DocumentariesBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/21/20241 hour
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The Murder Of 12-year old Stephanie Ann Crowe True Crime Documentary

The Murder Of 12-year old Stephanie Ann Crowe True Crime DocumentaryStephanie Ann Crowe, 12, was severely slashed with a knife at her house in Escondido, California, in the early morning of January 21, 1998. She had nine stab wounds on her body. Police initially focused on her younger brother, Michael, who was just 14 years old at the time.Stephanie Crowe was sleeping comfortably in her bed when an unknown attacker stabbed her nine times in the head and chest. Evidence indicates that she tried to flee her assailant, sustaining stab wounds on both the right and left sides of her body. Her grandma discovered the small girl later that morning. On the floor of her bedroom, she was dead, motionless, and cold. Stephanie had crawled to her bedroom door and collapsed. Her alarm clock was still blaring.She'd died of a suffocating suffocation. Officers from the local police department were dispatched to the site. They were unable to locate any evidence of forced entry into the bedroom or the residence after doing a walkthrough of the property. The Crowes, on the other hand, frequently left the door to their laundry room open, allowing access to the outside. The coroner assessed her death time to be between 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. during the autopsy. The Oceanside Police Department's interrogation methods in her case were dubious, and four people would wind up on trial for Stephanie's murder.stephanie ann crowe,stephanie crowe,san diego,child endangerment,michael crowe,richard tuite,escondido,stephanie crow murder,disappeared,taken,pedophile,predator,child predator,predator monster,amber alert,kidnap,kidnapped,child kidnapping,abducted,abduction,child abduction,girl abducted,girl kidnapped,kidnapping kids,abducting kids,child murder,child homicide,cold case,cold case murder,missing kids rescued kids,missing kids,missing childrenBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/10/202443 minutes, 6 seconds
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Police Interrogation of Man Who Brutally Killed His Ex-Girlfriend, Unborn Child, and a Police Officer

Police Interrogation of Man Who Brutally Killed His Ex-Girlfriend, Unborn Child, and a Police OfficerMarkeith Loyd shot and killed his wife, along with their unborn child in December 2016. During the manhunt for Loyd, he also fatally shot Orlando Police Lt. Debra Clayton as she attempted to confront him outside of a Walmart. He was arrested days after. Loyd was convicted of first-degree murder of a police officer, attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault, carjacking with a firearm, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Loyd was sentenced to death in March 2023. Watch Markeith Loyd's full interrogation.True Crime Podcast 2024 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories PodcastBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/10/20241 hour, 46 minutes, 56 seconds
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Full Police Bodycam - Exotic Dancer Tries to Seduce Cop, Throws ‘Drunk’ Tantrum and Relieves Herself in Squad Car

Full Police Bodycam - Exotic Dancer Tries to Seduce Cop, Throws ‘Drunk’ Tantrum and Relieves Herself in Squad CarBodycam footage shows a 20-year-old exotic dancer attempting to seduce an Ohio police officer after repeatedly throwing tantrums while being arrested in April. The Brunswick Police Department said Grace Spoonamore allegedly crashed into another vehicle while driving intoxicated and assaulted an officer by spitting on him during the traffic stop. Spoonamore initially denied drinking, then admitted to consuming “two doubles” of tequila before later upping the number to “three doubles.” Officers referred to her as "drunk" numerous times throughout the incident. Spoonamore called the arresting officer a “handsome man” and later asked him to tase her because she “likes it kinky.” She was charged with OVI, speeding, obstruction of official business, and assaulting a police officer.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories PodcastBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/10/202425 minutes, 22 seconds
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Drunk Teen Caught By Police Drinking Underage Makes Matters Worse

Drunk Teen Caught By Police Drinking Underage Makes Matters WorseBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/8/202415 minutes, 6 seconds
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Drunk On Duty Officer Wrecks Police Car Refuses Tests

Drunk On Duty Officer Wrecks Police Car Refuses TestsBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/7/20241 hour, 2 minutes, 26 seconds
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CRAZY Interrogation Most Evil Child in History, Gripping FBI Interrogation.

CRAZY Interrogation Most Evil Child in History, Gripping FBI Interrogation.The Broken Arrow Family Murders | Robert and Michael BeverThe Bever family were a quiet, reclusive gang living in Broken Arrow, OK. Oldest son Robert, started to develop a fascinating with murders, and soon, his obsession just wasn't enough and he wanted to join the big leagues. One night in 2015 Robert and his brother Michael would do something horrific. that chapter,broken arrow,michael bever,robert beverBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/7/20241 hour, 41 minutes, 17 seconds
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Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist | Jeffrey Pelo FULL Police Interrogation

Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist | Jeffrey Pelo FULL Police InterrogationJeff Pelo was a 17 year veteran of the Bloomington Police Department but he was more than that. He turned out to be a serial rapist, he broke into and terrorized 3 different women in Bloomington. He stalked them, checked their records, ran their plates to know where they were and finally to each of them broke into their house, bound them with duct tape, covered their heads with a pillow case and raped them. Afterwards he would make them bathe and clean up the house, including getting rid of the sheets. He knew how to cover his tracks because of all of his training as a police officer.One night his third victim's dog was barking like crazy and because she had had a feeling she was being followed weeks before she didn't hesitate to call the police. Another officer arrived finding Jeff Pelo outside this woman's house. The officer was shocked and concerned at the sight of this brother in arms but did the proper thing and took him in. After being interrogated for a couple of hours and Jeff repeating his innocence they decided to do a voice matching. Jeff was told to read off of a script that included things that the attacker of the women had said but it wasn't the only thing the women recognized, it was his piercing blue eyes. One look at those and they knew.Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/5/202459 minutes, 21 seconds
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FULL Police Interrogation of Former Police Chief For Murder

FULL Police Interrogation of Former Police Chief For MurderOn October 2017, Hardin, then 50 years old, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, admitting that he had killed James Appleton. Appleton pulled into a parking lot on Gann Ridge Road in Gateway, Arkansas on February 23, 2017, to talk with his coworker and brother-in-law on his cell phone. A passerby saw the pickup and a blue Chevrolet Malibu parked behind it.The driver of the Malibu waved him around, the passerby told police, and when he was a few hundred yards away, he heard a bang and saw the Malibu speed toward him, before turning onto the dirt road where Hardin lived. With his family. And his blue Malibu. His wife Linda thought he had been outside spreading grass seed, but the passerby knew Hardin all his life. He was sure it was him.Hardin was sentenced to 30 years in prison and was required to provide a DNA sample to the state. It was a match. Hardin had never even been a suspect, but on February 7, 2019 Hardin pleaded guilty to two counts of rape, finally closing the 1997 case. Hardin received 25 years on each of the two counts, which are running concurrently with his murder sentence. All in all, Hardin will serve at least 21 years of the 30-year murder sentence, and then another 14, before he is first eligible for parole at age 84.Hardin had worked for four police agencies. He was fired from one, allowed to resign from one rather than be fired and resigned from two, always claiming his separation was on higher ground. For example, he claimed to have left Fayetteville Police Department because other officers were stealing and his work environment became intolerably hostile after he reported their theft. He resigned after seven months from Huntsville, stating that he refused to treat people unfairly, as was expected of him. A couple of departments later, and he found himself filing for unemployment. And being denied.Hardin returned to the private sector, but kept his toe in law enforcement, serving two one-year terms as volunteer constable in Benton County. In 2016 Hardin became chief of police in Gateway, resigning after four months to earn an associate's degree in criminal justice at Northwest Arkansas Community College.Hardin was working in corrections when he was arrested for Appleton's murder.Hardin is now #168541 at Arkansas DOC's North Central Unit, where — apart from the whole murder and rape thing — he has no major disciplinary violations, has completed an anger management course, and in October 2017 was determined to be minimum risk classification.To this day no one knows why he killed Appleton.True Crime Podcast 2022 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories PodcastBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/2/20241 hour, 31 minutes, 27 seconds
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Best of David Paulides’ Missing 411 - Disappearances in National Parks, Coast to Coast AM

Best of David Paulides’ Missing 411 - Disappearances in National Parks, Coast to Coast AM COAST TO COAST AM – Best of David Paulides’ Missing 411 - Disappearances in National Parks, Coast to Coast AM hosted by George Noory and George Knapp. Hunters have disappeared from wildlands without a trace for hundreds of years. David Paulides presents the haunting true stories of hunters experiencing the unexplainable in the woods of North America.Based on the book series by David Paulides, an investigation into the many disappearances that have occurred in National Parks and Forests of the United States and elsewhere over several decades.Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/1/20241 hour, 39 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mother accused of killing children, putting them in oven FULL 911 CALL

Mother accused of killing children, putting them in oven FULL 911 CALLThe disturbing 911 call from a mother now accused of murdering her two small children was released by police on Wednesday.Atlanta Police said Lamora Williams, 24, killed her two young children, Ja'Karter Penn, 1, and Ke-Yaunte Penn, 2, by placing them in an oven, but that’s not what she told dispatchers when she called 911.Warning: this article and attached videos contain content some may find disturbing“She just left my kids in the house when I came back from work, and my kids, two of my kids are dead. What do I… what do I… what do I got to do? They dead,” Williams told a dispatcher.The call starts with Williams telling the dispatch she came home from work and discovered her two young sons dead. The call quickly turned graphic.RELATED: Mother charged in murders of two children waives first appearance"When I came in, the stove was laying on my son, on my youngest son's head, and my other son was laid out on the floor with his brains laid out on the floor. I don't know what to do. I just came home from work," Williams was heard saying in the 911 call.Williams first telling the dispatcher that her cousin was babysitting and left the children alone, but then in a bizarre twist, she asked the operator to assure her she will not be blamed for their deathsMORE: Listen to the mother's full 911 call"Can you please help me? Like. Can you please tell me, like, I don't want to get locked up because this is not my fault? I had just came [sic] home from work," Williams said.But investigators said that is not what happened. The charges laid out in a warrant which stated the 24-year-old mother put Ja'Karter and Ke-Yaunte in the oven sometime between 11 p.m. Thursday and 1 a.m. Friday.RELATED: Warrant: Atlanta mother put toddlers in oven, turned it on"Both of my children are dead. Their head is burnt. Their... Their skull is laying under the floor. The stove... One of my babies is stuck, the stove is pulled over and everything," Williams told dispatchers.At the same time Williams was making her 911 call, the boy's father, Jameel Penn, was also calling 911 from his workplace. He told a dispatcher Williams had just video chatted with him, showing him the dead bodies of his sons.MORE: Listen to the father's full 911 callPenn: "She video called me and showed me this and I seen [sic] it."Dispatcher: "What's the address?"Penn: "And I really think they are really dead."Another child, later identified by police as 3-year-old Jameel Penn Jr., was found unharmed by officers inside the apartment that day.RELATED: Funeral home to pay for services for two toddlersWilliam’s mother said her daughter suffers from severe mental illness.True Crime 411 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories and Missing PersonsBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
5/1/202430 minutes, 14 seconds
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Haunting 911 Emergency calls

Haunting 911 Emergency callsTrue Crime 411 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories and Missing PersonsBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
4/30/202440 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Murder Of Janet Abaroa AND David Crespi Murdered His Two Daughters - True Crime Documentary

The Murder Of Janet Abaroa AND David Crespi Murdered His Two Daughters - True Crime DocumentaryJanet Abaroa, 26, was brutally killed inside her house on the evening of April 26th, 2005, while her six-month-old son slept soundly in the next room. The brutal murder of a young mother stunned Durham and devastated her family and friends.Raven Abaroa, her worried husband, dialed 911 in a panic. Not long after her murder, he was the one who discovered her body. Raven and Janet were college sweethearts who married soon after graduation. On the surface, their relationship appeared to be great, but family and friends were concerned.Raven was caught embezzling from his work, which was the most surprising recent information leading up to Janet's death. Raven's knife collection was mysteriously missing from the house on the night of Janet's murder, and he stood to gain $500,000 from his wife's life insurance policy.Raven, on the other hand, had an alibi: he was at a soccer game in the evening. Janet was in bed watching TV when he departed, he said cops (her nightly routine). He had no idea that this minor detail would lead to a new finding in the case.The case remained unsolved for five years. Raven moved on with his life and married Vanessa Pond in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his kid.In 2013, Zwerling received the evidence package, which included dried contact lenses. The contact lenses rehydrated when he added a saline solution, demonstrating that they were in Janet's eyes at the time of her murder and after she was buried.While Raven maintains that he did not murder Janet, the rest of the world, including his second wife, believes he did.Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
4/29/202442 minutes, 20 seconds
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Rodney Alcala Serial Killer Documentary - The Best True Crime Documentary Ever

Rodney Alcala Serial Killer Documentary - The Best True Crime Documentary EverRodney James Alcala is a convicted rapist and serial killer who was sentenced to death in California in 2017 for five murders committed between 1977 and 1979 .Rodney Alcala is a convicted rapist, torturer and serial killer who evaded justice for 40 years. Dubbed the Dating Game Killer Alcala was once a contestant on .Johann Jack Unterweger (16 1950 – 29 1994) was an Austrian serial killer who murdered prostitutes in several countries.True Crime Podcast Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories PodcastBecome a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
4/28/202449 minutes, 28 seconds
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Florida Deputy Fired After DUI Arrest

Florida Deputy Fired After DUI ArrestOn May 17, 2022, now-former Pinellas County Deputy Sheriff Shelby Alyse Coniglio was stopped by Officer Kristin Higgins with the St. Petersburg Police Department. Despite pleading to her status as a deputy sheriff, to having been assembling furniture, and to wearing contact lenses, Coniglio was ultimately cited for careless driving and arrested on suspicion of driving while under the influence.Even after she invited an officer into her dad's car with her. 'Cause that's something sober people do.Coniglio submitted to a breath alcohol test; her BAC registered as .206% and .219%.She was fired.Coniglio's next court date is scheduled for January 19, 2023. Did you know she is Italiano?Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2023-police-interrogations-911-calls-and-true-police-stories-podcast--5693470/support.
4/27/202440 minutes, 38 seconds
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FULL Police Body Cam: American Fork police find two of Ruby Franke's daughters during her arrest

Police Body Cam: American Fork police find two of Ruby Franke's daughters during her arrestBody camera footage reveals the moments when American Fork police find two of Ruby Franke’s daughters miles away from their mother and her associate Jodi Hildebrandt as they were being arrested.
11/23/20231 hour, 26 minutes, 29 seconds
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Mother accused of killing children, putting them in oven FULL 911 CALL

Mother accused of killing children, putting them in oven FULL 911 CALLThe disturbing 911 call from a mother now accused of murdering her two small children was released by police on Wednesday.Atlanta Police said Lamora Williams, 24, killed her two young children, Ja'Karter Penn, 1, and Ke-Yaunte Penn, 2, by placing them in an oven, but that’s not what she told dispatchers when she called 911.Warning: this article and attached videos contain content some may find disturbing“She just left my kids in the house when I came back from work, and my kids, two of my kids are dead. What do I… what do I… what do I got to do? They dead,” Williams told a dispatcher.The call starts with Williams telling the dispatch she came home from work and discovered her two young sons dead. The call quickly turned graphic.RELATED: Mother charged in murders of two children waives first appearance"When I came in, the stove was laying on my son, on my youngest son's head, and my other son was laid out on the floor with his brains laid out on the floor. I don't know what to do. I just came home from work," Williams was heard saying in the 911 call.Williams first telling the dispatcher that her cousin was babysitting and left the children alone, but then in a bizarre twist, she asked the operator to assure her she will not be blamed for their deathsMORE: Listen to the mother's full 911 call"Can you please help me? Like. Can you please tell me, like, I don't want to get locked up because this is not my fault? I had just came [sic] home from work," Williams said.But investigators said that is not what happened. The charges laid out in a warrant which stated the 24-year-old mother put Ja'Karter and Ke-Yaunte in the oven sometime between 11 p.m. Thursday and 1 a.m. Friday.RELATED: Warrant: Atlanta mother put toddlers in oven, turned it on"Both of my children are dead. Their head is burnt. Their... Their skull is laying under the floor. The stove... One of my babies is stuck, the stove is pulled over and everything," Williams told dispatchers.At the same time Williams was making her 911 call, the boy's father, Jameel Penn, was also calling 911 from his workplace. He told a dispatcher Williams had just video chatted with him, showing him the dead bodies of his sons.MORE: Listen to the father's full 911 callPenn: "She video called me and showed me this and I seen [sic] it."Dispatcher: "What's the address?"Penn: "And I really think they are really dead."Another child, later identified by police as 3-year-old Jameel Penn Jr., was found unharmed by officers inside the apartment that day.RELATED: Funeral home to pay for services for two toddlersWilliam’s mother said her daughter suffers from severe mental illness.True Crime 411 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, Police Stories and Missing Persons
11/12/202330 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Ken And Barbie Killers [True Crime Documentary]

The Ken And Barbie Killers [True Crime Documentary]Karla Homolka, 17, and Paul Bernardo, 23, better known as the Ken and Barbie Killers, first met in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, in October 1987. Bernardo had already started his rape spree back in May. They were so drawn to each other that they had sex within hours of meeting.Two days before Christmas a year later, the couple drugged and assaulted Homolka's younger sister, Tammy, in the basement of her family's house. Homolka gave Bernardo this as a Christmas gift because she couldn't give him her virginity since she had lost it before they met. Tammy died by coughing on her own vomit as a result of the medication, but her death was considered an accident.Bernardo kidnapped and killed Leslie Mahaffy on June 15, 1991, and her dismembered body is discovered a few days later on June 29, 1991, the same day the killers marry. Kristen French, the third teenager, was kidnapped on April 16, 1992, and her nude body was discovered four days later on April 30th. She died as a result of strangulation.Bernardo was not charged with being the Scarborough rapist until February of 1993. More evidence linking the two of them to the murders was discovered, and Homolka agreed to a plea deal, and both of them are charged with the murders of the three girls. In June of 1993, Homolka was found guilty and sentenced to 12 years in prison. Homolka testified against Bernardo in court after the couple divorced in 1994. Bernardo was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison in 1995.Homolka is now out of prison and has three children. She and her second husband are currently residing in Quebec, after spending many years in the Caribbean following Homolka's release. Bernardo, meanwhile, has filed for parole in Toronto, Canada. At the same time, it was revealed that he was planning to marry a Toronto woman whom he had charmed through letters written in his cell. It's unclear if the wedding arrangements are still on.The Ken And Barbie Killers True Crime Documentary
11/8/202345 minutes, 47 seconds
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Three Missing Girls In Tokyo [True Crime Documentary]

Three Missing Girls In Tokyo [True Crime Documentary]Thousands of young people head out into the world to travel, study or work abroad. Most have positive experiences, but three 21-year-old girls (2 British girls, 1 Australian girl) who left their homes looking for adventure in Tokyo did not make it home alive.Three Missing Girls In Tokyo True Crime Documentary
11/8/202342 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders True Crime Documentary

The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders True Crime DocumentaryThe Oklahoma Girl Scout murders are an unsolved murder case that occurred at Camp Scott in Mayes County, Oklahoma, on June 13, 1977. Three Girl Scouts between the ages of eight and ten years old were raped and murdered.Their bodies were discovered around 150 yards (140 meters) from their summer camp tent, on a trail heading to the showers. When Gene Leroy Hart, a local jail escapee with a history of violence, was apprehended, the case was declared closed. When he was put on trial for the crime, he was acquitted.#oklahomagirlscout #murders #truecrime #crimedocumentary
11/7/202349 minutes, 31 seconds
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Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police Interrogation

Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police InterrogationTim Jones confesses to killing his five children in interview audio played during trialIn an audio recording of a police interview played during the trial of Tim Jones contains his confession of killing his five children.LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - After more than three weeks of testimony, a jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Timothy Jones, Jr., a Lexington County man accused of murdering his five children in 2014.The jury concluded that Jones has been found guilty on all five counts of murder in the deaths of his children.The second phase of the proceedings is the sentencing phase and that will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday. Because the state is seeking the death penalty, the jury is now responsible for determining his punishment.The jury had four options for their verdict: guilty, guilty but mentally ill, not guilty by reason of insanity, or not guilty. Jones pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.A grand jury indicted Jones, Jr. in 2014 on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children – Mera, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abigail, 1. For Mera, Elias, Gabriel, and Abigail, the indictments state the children were killed “by means of strangulation and/or other violent means or instruments.”The bodies of the children were found in garbage bags off of a dirt road in Alabama. Jones, Jr. led authorities to the bodies after being arrested in Mississippi. Jones, who appeared to be under the influence at the time of his arrest, was questioned at the checkpoint by a Smith County, Miss. deputy about an odor of chemicals coming from his vehicle. After further investigation, the deputy found what appeared to be chemicals used to make meth and a street drug known as “Spice.” Investigators also said his Cadillac Escalade was blood-soaked and “smelled of death.”
11/7/202347 minutes, 59 seconds
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Full Police Interrogation of Monster Who Sexually Abused His Grandchildren 'Molested Them for Years'

Full Police Interrogation of Monster Who Sexually Abused His Grandchildren 'Molested Them for Years'Abraham Grajales was brought in for questioning in February 2017 for the sexual abuse of his two granddaughters. The abuse took place between the ages of four to 13 years old before the girls finally told their parents. Grajales faced multiple counts of abuse-related charges, but the case against him could not be proven because of no evidence or witnesses. Grajales was placed on probation for 10 years with permanent registration as a sexual predator after accepting a plea deal on seven charges. Watch the full interrogation of the family tormentor.SexualPredatorCase #PoliceInterrogationFull Police Interrogation of Monster Who Sexually Abused His Grandchildren Molested Them for YearsTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
11/7/20231 hour, 1 minute, 16 seconds
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The Pig Farmer — He Killed 49 Women and Fed Them to Pigs

Robert Willy Pickton "The Pig Farm Killer" Serial KillerThe Pig Farmer — He Killed 49 Women and Fed Them to Pigs Only to get caught trying to make his tally an “even 50”Robert William Pickton, aka “Willy” waKiller s a quiet Canadian man who grew up in a family of pig farmers. His family had been in the business of pig farming for three generations but by the time Pickton and his siblings inherited the pig farm, they’d only raise a few pigs on the farm and sell them to friends and neighbors.They, in fact, sold parts of the inherited land for large sums of money, not having much intention of continuing the family business.However, it wasn’t pig farming that made Willy rather infamous in Canada and the rest of the world. He is known to have murdered as many as 49 women, having been arrested due to his admitted “sloppiness” in trying to make his tally an “even 50” or the “big five-O.”A Contradicting Tale of Quiet Nature and Rave PartiesWilly was described by most of his friends as a pretty “quiet and simple guy” who didn’t really have any visible devious habits that would draw much attention. He wasn’t known to be much of a drinker, or didn’t really do any substance abuse, nor was he ever known to be too violent.After neglecting the original pig farming business inherited from their parents, Willy and his siblings registered a non-profit charity by the name of “The Piggy Palace Good Times Society” with the Canadian government in 1996. They claimed to “organize, co-ordinate, manage and operate special events, functions, dances, shows, and exhibitions on behalf of service organizations, sports organizations, and other worthy groups”. What these not-for-profit events eventually ended up being were a series of rave parties where members of music bands and other partygoers would come and engage in substance abuse and also engage with many sex workers. The events were quite large and attracted as many as 2,000 people.After some complaints about the nature of activities held under the name of the charity, and some ruckus created at a New Year’s Eve party in 1998, police intervened and banned any future parties at the pig farm, and also stripped the non-profit status of the society in the following year for lack of sufficient financial statements.The Murders & The DiscoveryIn March 1997, Willy was first charged for the attempted murder of a sex worker called Wendy, who had been stabbed several times following an argument at the farm.Wendy had managed to grab the weapon off Willy, stabbed him back, and escaped despite being handcuffed by him. Pickton received treatment at a nearby hotel and was also later released on bail. The charges were dismissed in January of 1998.It was later that year that the injunction was brought to the farm and the charity to host any events and parties.One of the workers at the farm, Bill Hiscox, noted that many of the women that visited the farm eventually went missing and reported his suspicions to the local police.In February of 2002, when the police visited the farm with a search warrant, they found multiple items belonging to the missing women. Willy and his brother David Pickton were arrested on charges of owning illegal weapons. While they were later released, police maintained surveillance on the brothers.On further investigation, police suspected Willy of a series of murders of the various missing women, and over the course of the year, Willy was charged for a total of fifteen first-degree murders.Over the next three years, by October of 2005, the tally of the first-degree murder charges had gone up to a staggering twenty-seven.Excavations at the farm continued for over a whole year, and cost about $70mn — making it one of the most expensive investigations in Canada’s history.The excavations revealed cut skulls, broken jaws, and other bodily remains of multiple women including the DNA of as many as 33 different women.
11/6/202352 minutes, 12 seconds
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Most DISGUSTING Child Abuse Case of ALL TIME- FULL POLICE INTERROGATION

Most DISGUSTING Child Abuse Case of ALL TIME- FULL POLICE INTERROGATION JCS Inspired InterrogationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Crime Documentaries
11/6/20231 hour, 54 minutes, 44 seconds
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Ex-Convicts Share What Is Really Happening Behind Bars 1 Hour Reddit Compilation

Ex-Convicts Share What Is Really Happening Behind Bars 1 Hour Reddit CompilationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Crime DocumentariesEx-Convicts Share What Is Really Happening Behind Bars (1 Hour Reddit Compilation)
11/6/20231 hour, 11 minutes, 29 seconds
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Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist | Jeffrey Pelo FULL Police Interrogation

Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist | Jeffrey Pelo FULL Police InterrogationJeff Pelo was a 17 year veteran of the Bloomington Police Department but he was more than that. He turned out to be a serial rapist, he broke into and terrorized 3 different women in Bloomington. He stalked them, checked their records, ran their plates to know where they were and finally to each of them broke into their house, bound them with duct tape, covered their heads with a pillow case and raped them. Afterwards he would make them bathe and clean up the house, including getting rid of the sheets. He knew how to cover his tracks because of all of his training as a police officer. One night his third victim's dog was barking like crazy and because she had had a feeling she was being followed weeks before she didn't hesitate to call the police. Another officer arrived finding Jeff Pelo outside this woman's house. The officer was shocked and concerned at the sight of this brother in arms but did the proper thing and took him in. After being interrogated for a couple of hours and Jeff repeating his innocence they decided to do a voice matching. Jeff was told to read off of a script that included things that the attacker of the women had said but it wasn't the only thing the women recognized, it was his piercing blue eyes. One look at those and they knew. Jeff was tried and found guilty of 35 counts of rape and stalking. He received one of the top sentences in Bloomington history of 440 years. He is now where he belongs.
11/5/202359 minutes, 21 seconds
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The Murder Of 12-year old Stephanie Ann Crowe True Crime Documentary

The Murder Of 12-year old Stephanie Ann Crowe True Crime DocumentaryStephanie Ann Crowe, 12, was severely slashed with a knife at her house in Escondido, California, in the early morning of January 21, 1998. She had nine stab wounds on her body. Police initially focused on her younger brother, Michael, who was just 14 years old at the time.Stephanie Crowe was sleeping comfortably in her bed when an unknown attacker stabbed her nine times in the head and chest. Evidence indicates that she tried to flee her assailant, sustaining stab wounds on both the right and left sides of her body. Her grandma discovered the small girl later that morning. On the floor of her bedroom, she was dead, motionless, and cold. Stephanie had crawled to her bedroom door and collapsed. Her alarm clock was still blaring.She'd died of a suffocating suffocation. Officers from the local police department were dispatched to the site. They were unable to locate any evidence of forced entry into the bedroom or the residence after doing a walkthrough of the property. The Crowes, on the other hand, frequently left the door to their laundry room open, allowing access to the outside. The coroner assessed her death time to be between 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. during the autopsy. The Oceanside Police Department's interrogation methods in her case were dubious, and four people would wind up on trial for Stephanie's murder.stephanie ann crowe,stephanie crowe,san diego,child endangerment,michael crowe,richard tuite,escondido,stephanie crow murder,disappeared,taken,pedophile,predator,child predator,predator monster,amber alert,kidnap,kidnapped,child kidnapping,abducted,abduction,child abduction,girl abducted,girl kidnapped,kidnapping kids,abducting kids,child murder,child homicide,cold case,cold case murder,missing kids rescued kids,missing kids,missing children
10/15/202343 minutes, 6 seconds
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Trump Grilled By New York AG Letitia James In Newly-Released Video

Trump Grilled By New York AG Letitia James In Newly-Released VideoThe Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James has released a video of her deposition with former President Trump.
10/7/202337 minutes, 40 seconds
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Michael Mitchell interrogation room Confession | Louisiana State Trooper finds BODY in trunk during traffic stop

Michael Mitchell interrogation room Confession | Louisiana State Trooper finds BODY in trunk during traffic stopLouisiana state trooper finds body in trunk and this is the interrogation room video & audio of the driver Michael Mitchell.Louisiana State Trooper finds BODY in trunk during traffic stopOn Wednesday, July 29, 2020, shortly before 5:00 p.m., a Louisiana State Trooper conducted a traffic stop involving a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro on Louisiana Highway 17, near Winnsboro, for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, the Trooper noticed bullet holes in the driver’s side of the vehicle. The driver gave verbal consent for the Trooper to search the vehicle. During the search, the Trooper discovered the deceased body of 23–year-old Michael Robinson of Monroe, in the trunk. #bodycam #police #louisiana
10/1/20231 hour, 14 minutes, 19 seconds
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Louisiana State Trooper finds BODY in trunk during traffic stop

Louisiana State Trooper finds BODY in trunk during traffic stopOn Wednesday, July 29, 2020, shortly before 5:00 p.m., a Louisiana State Trooper conducted a traffic stop involving a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro on Louisiana Highway 17, near Winnsboro, for a traffic violation. During the traffic stop, the Trooper noticed bullet holes in the driver’s side of the vehicle. The driver gave verbal consent for the Trooper to search the vehicle. During the search, the Trooper discovered the deceased body of 23–year-old Michael Robinson of Monroe, in the trunk. #bodycam #police #louisiana
10/1/202329 minutes, 35 seconds
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The Case Of The Cannibal Cop - True Crime Documentary Film

The Case Of The Cannibal Cop - True Crime Documentary Filmcrimedocumentary #truecrimeGilberto Valle, a former NYPD officer accused of planning to abduct and eat women, is the subject of the movie. With a life sentence on the line, Valle claimed that it was a fantasy and that he had no genuine ambitions, which resulted in an astonishing turn of events.
9/30/20231 hour, 28 minutes, 7 seconds
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Child Predator Brings Pizza to Teen’s House, meets To Catch A Predator Chris Hansen instead

Child Predator Brings Pizza to Teen’s House, meets To Catch A Predator Chris Hansen insteadTo Catch A Predator Jeffrey Sokol FULL Police Interrogation44-year-old Jeff Sokol groomed what he thought was a thirteen-year-old girl named Bailey online. He had many creepy and sexual conversations with her, including asking her if she trims her pubic hair, telling her that he will want to be intimate with her when they meet, and talks of drawing up a “marriage contract“ in order for it to be legal to have sex with her. On October 3rd, 2015, he drove for two-and-a-half hours from his home in Boston to Fairfield, where he had planned to stay with the girl while her mother was away on business.[1][2][3]BustHe picked up a pizza, and once at the house, he tried to hug Nellie, but was rejected. The two chat for a while, discussing the pizza, their looks, and the marriage contract briefly. Jeff also takes a pill which he claimed was for his stomach before he ate. A door can be heard creaking in the hidden room, which startles Sokol. When Nellie leaves to investigate, Chris Hansen enters. At first Sokol believed Hansen was the girl's father. During the interview he is arrogant, cold, dismissive and egotistical. He casually (and loudly) eats the pizza during his interview with Hansen, even laughing off many of Hansen's questions.He went on to offer Chris a slice of pizza during the interview, which Hansen politely declined. During the course of the interview, Chris questioned him about a marriage contract which he believed would absolve him of legal issues. During his police interrogation, he admits to no wrongdoing and blames society on why he was arrested. The detective interviewing Sokol combats nearly every point the latter tried to use to defend himself.Sokol ultimately was sentenced to seven years and had to serve 30 months. He also had to register as a sex offender for ten years and be on probation for the remainder of his sentence.Jeff Sokol was very unpopular with lawyers, as he went through three different attorneys. Sokol was sentenced to 30 months, pleading guilty to his crimes of attempted 2nd degree sexual assault, attempted risk of injury to a minor, and enticing a minor by computer.Sokol's lawyer pointed out that the pill Sokol took while in the sting house was not a sexual enhancement pill, but a Cholestyramine pill, used for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). According to the lawyer, Sokol had suffered from IBS since high school, and that this made him put on a "mask". Sokolʻs lawyer stressed that Sokol is indeed a "nice guy" who has a job and is nice to his parents (who accompanied Sokol during court hearings). Sokol's lawyer also stated that the content from HvP, broadcast on National TV, YouTube etc., was not really how Sokol normally "behaves", and that Sokol was humiliated, not only from what was uploaded, but also from comments made about him.Sokol had undergone a psychiatric exam in which electrical sensors were somehow attached to his genitals, and he was then shown pictures of children. Sokol's lawyer stated he "passed with flying colors." It was also said Sokol has learning disabilities, OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), and minor psychiatric issues, but does not have any major psychiatric issues, e.g. schizophrenia. It is also noted he was a drinker and smokes pot.Sokol's lawyer had weak arguments for the judge, at one time saying, "...but a hundred years ago, your honor, the age of consent in the United States was nine...then it was raised to twelve and then to thirteen and then eventually to what it is today." He also said, "So what he is being sent to jail for today, was something that a hundred years ago was not a crime."Unimpressed, the judge remained still-faced.When it was Sokol's turn to speak to the judge, he tried to convince the judge that he was a nice person. He then blamed the decoy for being flirty and inviting. He became upset when the judge, while reading Sokol's sentencing, stated he was convinced that Sokol's plan was to get "Bailey" drunk and have sex with her. Apparently exasperated, Sokol reacted by turning his head away and rolling his eyes. It was not mentioned in HvP, but Sokol didn't just bring pizza, but also vodka
9/26/202321 minutes, 7 seconds
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Officer's uniform cut off during arrest for domestic violence

Officer's uniform cut off during arrest for domestic violenceFootage from the Rio Rancho Police Department in New Mexico. It shows the arrest of Albuquerque Police Officer Jeffrey Wharton prior to his shift beginning. He was taken into custody by detectives of the Rio Rancho Police Department.The on duty arrest was due to a warrant for his arrest from the Rio Rancho PD. According to the criminal complaint, Wharton beat his girlfriend so badly, she had several gashes on her head and face. Police say her injuries were so severe, she had to be taken to the hospital where she was diagnosed with a brain bleed. Some of the domestic incident was captured on the couples "RING" doorbell system.When Officer Wharton arrived for his shift at an area substation Rio Rancho Police officers were waiting for him armed with a felony warrant. At one point you'll see they removed his duty belt and searched him. After the search they are seen on lapel video cutting off his fully marked uniform shirt. Wharton was lead out of the substation to a waiting cruiser.He was booked into the Sandoval County Detention Center on charges of Kidnapping (First Degree) (NO Intent to Commit Sex Offense), Aggravated Battery (great bodily harm) (household member), Aggravated Battery Against a Household Member (Strangulation or Suffocation), Aggravated Battery (great bodily harm) (household member), Tampering with Evidence (Highest Crime a Capital, First or Second Degree and Negligent Use of a Deadly Weapon (Unsafe Handling). Wharton resigned from APD shortly after this arrest. APD says Wharton had been with the department since November 2010. He was a senior officer with the department. His trial is pending.
9/25/202338 minutes, 39 seconds
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Serial Killer Michael Gargiulo (Hollywood Ripper) Documentary - Ashton Kutcher Girlfriend

Serial Killer Michael Gargiulo (Hollywood Ripper) Documentary - Ashton Kutcher GirlfriendSerial Killer Michael Gargiulo (Hollywood Ripper) DocumentaryMichael Thomas Gargiulo (born February 15, 1976)[1] is a convicted American serial killer[3] and rapist. He moved to Southern California in the 1990s and gained the nickname The Hollywood Ripper. He was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and sentenced to death on July 16, 2021Description of crimesGargiulo is a native of Glenview, Illinois, where he may have stabbed his neighbor, 18-year-old Tricia Pacaccio, to death on her backdoor step. Her body was found by her father the next morning on August 14, 1993.[5][6] Gargiulo moved to Los Angeles in 1998, allegedly to escape the scrutiny of police in Illinois,[7] and committed two murders and an attempted murder in Southern California between 2001 and 2008.On February 21, 2001, he stabbed 22-year-old Ashley Ellerin 47 times to death in her home in Hollywood. Ellerin's injuries included a neck wound that nearly severed her head, and deep punctures to the chest, stomach, and back. Some of her wounds were up to six inches deep.[8] According to detective Tom Small, one stab wound "actually penetrated the skull and took out a chunk of skull like a puzzle piece."[8] On the night she was murdered, Ellerin had planned a date including dinner and drinks with actor Ashton Kutcher.[9]On December 1, 2005, Gargiulo stabbed 32-year-old Maria Bruno, his neighbor, to death at her home in El Monte, California.[10] She was stabbed 17 times.[8]Gargiulo attempted to murder another neighbor, 26-year-old Michelle Murphy, in her home in Santa Monica on April 28, 2008.[11] She fought off the attack, and blood matching Gargiulo's DNA was found at the scene.[12]Arrest and prosecutionGargiulo was arrested by the Santa Monica Police Department on June 6, 2008. On July 7, 2011, the Cook County State's Attorney charged Gargiulo with the first-degree murder of Tricia Pacaccio.[13] Although Gargiulo was charged in the two California murders as well as the Pacaccio murder in Illinois, police did not link him to any other murders.[5] Gargiulo allegedly told authorities in the Los Angeles County Jail that just because 10 women were killed — and his DNA was present — does not mean he murdered anyone, leading investigators to believe that there are more victims.[5]Media in Los Angeles dubbed Gargiulo the "Hollywood Ripper" as well as the "Chiller Killer."[13][14] Gargiulo was held at Los Angeles County Jail while awaiting a capital murder trial.[15] A pre-trial hearing was held on June 9, 2017, in Los Angeles Superior Court with his trial scheduled to begin in October 2017.[16] After delays, his trial began on May 2, 2019.[9][17] In May 2019, actor Ashton Kutcher testified about the crimesSerial Killer Michael Gargiulo Hollywood Ripper Documentary Ashton Kutcher GirlfriendTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/24/202359 minutes, 39 seconds
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Ex Cop Goes Karen on Deputies Gets Taken Down

Ex Cop Goes Karen on Deputies Gets Taken DownBody camera footage of a neighborhood disagreement between an ex-cop and Mayoral candidate named Chanda Vigil and her small town Village of Corrales neighbors. Vigil allegedly yelled at and threatened the neighborhood kids while under the influence of alcohol. When Bernalillo County deputies arrived they found Vigil in the street arguing with anyone who would engage with her. Deputies attempted to resolve the issue but Vigil wanted to enter the property of neighbor. Deputies arrested her and she want full Karen on deputies, healthcare workers, and neighbors. Vigil was charged with resisting arrest arrest and battery on a police officer.
9/24/20231 hour, 31 minutes, 32 seconds
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‘F**king Cops’: Dashcam Shows Country Singer Zach Bryan’s Heated Confrontation with Police

‘F**king Cops’: Dashcam Shows Country Singer Zach Bryan’s Heated Confrontation with PoliceDashcam footage shows the moments surrounding the arrest of country singer Zach Bryan on Thursday. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Bryan allegedly interfered with a traffic stop after pulling up next to a car stopped for speeding. The 27-year-old then exited his truck and approached the passenger side of the stopped vehicle. Authorities said Bryan argued with officers before being handcuffed and placed in the back of the trooper’s squad car. “This is why people do not like police officers,” the country singer said to the trooper while he was detained. “F***ing cops are out of hand.” The trooper arrested Bryan on a complaint of obstruction of an officer and took him to the Craig County Jail.Best True Crime Podcast 2023 - REAL Police Interrogations and Police Bodycam Audio - InvestigationsTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, True Police Stories and True CrimeIn 2023, we may be living in the golden age of the best true-crime podcasts. Remember back when there was appointment listening? Those olden days of waiting for the next Serial installment may be far in the past (though developments in the case it chronicled continue to unfold, even to this day), but there is no shortage of true crime offerings that have blossomed in the decade-ish since to fill its place.Even now, it continues to be the most addictive of the podcast genres, bringing all the mystery, drama, and primal fear of a Law & Order episode directly into our ears. There is something particularly riveting about a suspenseful whodunit unfolding in audio form, like a modern-day ghost story or a throwback to the radio mystery plays of yesteryear. Whether you’re already an obsessive or just wading into the world of cold cases and red herrings, we aim to be the best true-crime podcastBest True Crime Stories Podcast 2022 Police Interrogations, True Crime Investigations and MORE!True Crime Stories Podcast 2023True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.True Crime Podcast 2023 - REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, True Police Stories and True Crime InvestigationsBest True Crime Stories Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, True Crime Investigations and MORE!Youtube True Crime Stories Podcast 2023true crime,true crime stories,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,true crime documentary,true crime podcast 2023,True Crime Stories Podcast 2023,police interrogations,interrogation,interrogation videos,murder interrogations,police interviews,police interview,murder confession,documentaries,crime,real stories,crime documentary,Youtube Podcasts,Youtube True Crime Podcast,True Crime Podcast Youtubefull audio of 911 call from flash flood drowning victim,audio of 911 call from flash flood drowning victim,911 call from flash flood drowning victim,true crime,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,true crime daily,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2022,true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2022,true crime daily full episodes,true crime stories podcast 2023
9/21/202345 minutes, 14 seconds
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Full Police Bodycam - Ex-NFL Star ‘Pacman’ Jones Gets Arrested for Public Intoxication at Ohio Airport

Full Police Bodycam - Ex-NFL Star ‘Pacman’ Jones Gets Arrested for Public Intoxication at Ohio AirportEx-NFL star Adam “Pacman” Jones was arrested at the Cincinnati airport for public intoxication on September 11. Bodycam shows the former football player getting cuffed after exiting the plane. “I head one f**king drink and it was a pinot f**king grigio,” he can be heard saying on the footage. Jones said he did nothing wrong and only asked a flight attendant for help because his charging plug wasn’t working. Officers and the flight clew said he smelled like alcohol and was extremely disorderly.Best True Crime Podcast 2023 - REAL Police Interrogations and Police Bodycam Audio - InvestigationsTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, True Police Stories and True CrimeIn 2023, we may be living in the golden age of the best true-crime podcasts. Remember back when there was appointment listening? Those olden days of waiting for the next Serial installment may be far in the past (though developments in the case it chronicled continue to unfold, even to this day), but there is no shortage of true crime offerings that have blossomed in the decade-ish since to fill its place.Even now, it continues to be the most addictive of the podcast genres, bringing all the mystery, drama, and primal fear of a Law & Order episode directly into our ears. There is something particularly riveting about a suspenseful whodunit unfolding in audio form, like a modern-day ghost story or a throwback to the radio mystery plays of yesteryear. Whether you’re already an obsessive or just wading into the world of cold cases and red herrings, we aim to be the best true-crime podcastBest True Crime Stories Podcast 2022 Police Interrogations, True Crime Investigations and MORE!True Crime Stories Podcast 2023True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.True Crime Podcast 2023 - REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls, True Police Stories and True Crime InvestigationsBest True Crime Stories Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, True Crime Investigations and MORE!Youtube True Crime Stories Podcast 2023true crime,true crime stories,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,true crime documentary,true crime podcast 2023,True Crime Stories Podcast 2023,police interrogations,interrogation,interrogation videos,murder interrogations,police interviews,police interview,murder confession,documentaries,crime,real stories,crime documentary,Youtube Podcasts,Youtube True Crime Podcast,True Crime Podcast Youtubefull audio of 911 call from flash flood drowning victim,audio of 911 call from flash flood drowning victim,911 call from flash flood drowning victim,true crime,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,true crime daily,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2022,true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2022,true crime daily full episodes,true crime stories podcast 2023
9/21/202319 minutes, 39 seconds
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Full Police Bodycam - Exotic Dancer Tries to Seduce Cop, Throws ‘Drunk’ Tantrum and Relieves Herself in Squad Car

Full Police Bodycam - Exotic Dancer Tries to Seduce Cop, Throws ‘Drunk’ Tantrum and Relieves Herself in Squad CarBodycam footage shows a 20-year-old exotic dancer attempting to seduce an Ohio police officer after repeatedly throwing tantrums while being arrested in April. The Brunswick Police Department said Grace Spoonamore allegedly crashed into another vehicle while driving intoxicated and assaulted an officer by spitting on him during the traffic stop. Spoonamore initially denied drinking, then admitted to consuming “two doubles” of tequila before later upping the number to “three doubles.” Officers referred to her as "drunk" numerous times throughout the incident. Spoonamore called the arresting officer a “handsome man” and later asked him to tase her because she “likes it kinky.” She was charged with OVI, speeding, obstruction of official business, and assaulting a police officer.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
9/21/202325 minutes, 22 seconds
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WWE Wrestler Sonya Deville Stalkers Full Police Interrogation

WWE Wrestler Sonya Deville Stalkers Full Police Interrogation A man has been arrested accused of stalking WWE Star Sonya Deville. WWE has left the Performance Center and will broadcast future episodes of Raw and Smackdown out of the Amway Center until November. Also we pay tribute to former ROH Champion Xavier who has passed away.true crime,jcs,criminal psychology,interrogation psychology,jcs inspired,jcs inspired confession,jcs inspired criminal psychology,interrogation analysis,interrogation analysis jcs,interrogation videos,interrogation video,interrogation commentary,videos like jcs,videos like jcs criminal psychology,crime psychology,full interrogation,jcs like,crime documentary,stalker,sonya devilleTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
9/18/202347 minutes, 33 seconds
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Attempted Murder Survivors Share Their Stories 2023

Attempted Murder Survivors Share Their Stories 2023True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people.The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.[1][2] True crime comes in many forms, such as books, films, podcasts, and television shows. Many works in this genre recount high-profile, sensational crimes such as the JonBenét Ramsey killing, the O. J. Simpson murder case, and the Pamela Smart murder, while others are devoted to more obscure slayings.True crime works can impact the crimes they cover and the audience who consumes it.[3] The genre is often criticized for being insensitive to the victims and their families and is described by some as trash culture.Podcasts with a true crime theme are a recent trend. The 2014 true crime podcast Serial broke podcasting records when it achieved 5 million downloads on iTunes quicker than any previous podcast.[24][25][26] As of September 2018, it has been downloaded more than 340 million times.[27] It has been followed by other true crime podcasts such as Dirty John, My Favorite Murder, Up and Vanished, Parcast series such as Cults, Female Criminals and Mind's Eye, Someone Knows Something, and many more.[28]Podcasts have now expanded to more sites such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and many more. They exist to provide others an easy way to learn about true crime murders and mysteries. Spotify has an expanding number of true crime podcasts with Rotten Mango, Conviction American Panic, Bed of Lies, Catch & Kill among many more. This genre has been on the rise as psychologist, Amanda Vicary, said her report found “women were most drawn to true crime stories that gave them tips for spotting danger and staying alive”.[29]It's been speculated that fear could play a role in the popularity of true crime podcasts. These podcasts often recount horrific crimes, which triggers the fear response and the release of adrenaline in the body. Due to the possibility of bingeing podcasts, adrenaline rushes can be experienced in quick bursts.[30] Another explanation for the popularity of true crime podcasts is due to the serialized nature of crime, in which events happen one after another. Podcasts that explore a crime episodically can utilize this aspect in their storytelling#TrueCrime #TrueCrimeStories #TrueCrimePodcast
9/18/202334 minutes, 53 seconds
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Interview with a Retired Prison Warden and Executioner.

Interview with a Retired Prison Warden and Executioner.Interesting Interview with a Retired Prison Warden and Executioner.Interview and portrait of Charlie Jones, the former warden and executioner at Holman prison in Atmore, Alabama.
9/18/202316 minutes, 7 seconds
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Scariest Night Shift Encounters

Scariest Night Shift Encounters
9/18/202329 minutes, 47 seconds
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Kelly Cochran | Killed and Dismembered her Husband and Ex-Lover | Police Interrogation

Kelly Cochran | Killed and Dismembered her Husband and Ex-Lover | Police InterrogationThis is the grisly story of Kelly Cochran.Born and raised in Merrillville, Indiana, Kelly and Jason Cochran were high school sweethearts and grew up next door to each other. They were so enamored with each other that they were married after Kelly Cochran graduated from high school in 2002 — and made a lifelong promise to kill anyone who they might cheat with.Jason Cochran worked hard servicing swimming pools until his back gave out after 10 years of physical labor. While his wife tried hard to pay the bills, the debts kept piling up. The couple bailed on the situation for Caspian, Michigan, in 2013, also looking forward to legal marijuana, which would help ease Jason’s chronic pain.Kelly Cochran met Christopher Regan at a factory job manufacturing Naval ship parts. An Air Force veteran and Detroit native, he and Cochran bonded and became lovers despite their 20-year age difference. Through his relationship with Cochran, Regan was also cheating on his girlfriend, Terri O’Donnell. They finally agreed to patch things up — the day that he died.On Oct. 14, 2014, Regan planned to spend the night with Cochran — unaware she had spent the previous night arguing with her husband about him. Knowing it meant her lover’s death, Cochran invited him over and had sex with him as her husband shot him in the head. Neighbors heard a shot — then power tools.O’Donnell reported Regan missing 10 days later, but the Cochrans had already dumped his remains in the woods. While they parked his car on the outskirts of town, they failed to notice a post-it note with directions to their house inside. Police were more observant and found the car, the note inside — and their suspects.Police paid Kelly and Jason Cochran a visit, finding the former entirely at ease and the latter uncomfortable. They later questioned them separately. Kelly admitted to having an affair with Regan, but claimed she and her husband had an open marriage. Jason, meanwhile, appeared rather aggravated at her infidelity.While the Cochrans had managed to remove all evidence of their crimes and the case went cold, an FBI search of their home in March 2015 prompted the terrified couple to leave town for Hobart, Indiana. It was there, on Feb. 20, 2016, that suspicions got the better of the couple — and Cochran murdered her husbandKelly Cochran Gets CaughtWhen EMTs arrived at the Mississippi Street residence, they found Jason Cochran unresponsive, and Kelly was reportedly disruptive as they attempted to revive him. The EMTs declared Cochran’s husband dead of an overdose — unaware that she had deliberately overloaded his heroin fix, then smothered him for good measure.Cochran held a memorial service days later, claiming it was “the hardest thing I will ever have to deal with” online while pawning off her belongings. She fled Indiana on April 26 without notifying relatives, and when the Hobart Medical Examiner realized Jason died of asphyxiation, she became a fugitive.Her messages claimed she was hiding out on the West Coast in an attempt to throw police off-course. However, they simply tracked her phone to Kentucky. Finally, Cochran pointed cops to Regan’s remains and the murder weapon.Kelly Cochran’s trial revealed that “she contemplated killing Jason instead of Chris.” She felt that he had killed “the only good thing I had in my life,” adding, “I still hate him, and yes, it was revenge. I evened the score.” While serving a life sentence for Regan’s death, she earned another 65 years in April 2018 for killing her husband.Police said she only told her spouse about Regan when he declined a serious relationship, as the diabolical pact would ensure his death.Ultimately, the full extent of Kelly Cochran’s crimes only began to reveal themselves while she was in prison. Once news got out that the couple had dismembered Christopher Regan, friends and neighbors came to the stomach-churning revelation that they had very likely eaten Regan’s barbecued remains at a cookout hosted by Cochran.
9/17/202341 minutes, 7 seconds
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RACIST, ANGRY, VIOLENT Police Interrogation of Wife Killer Clifford Burns

RACIST, ANGRY, VIOLENT Police Interrogation of Wife Killer Clifford BurnsWARNING: AUDIO CONTAINS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC, AS WELL AS RACIST, LANGUAGE AND DESCRIPTIONS. SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND THIS MATERIAL DISTURBING AND UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.Warren County Sheriff's deputies question Clifford Burns on the night he is alleged to have fatally stabbed his wife, Patricia Burns.As Patricia Burns heaved her ham out of the freezer, she was looking forward to a quiet Christmas.It was December 22, 2013, and Patricia, 42, was spending the festive season at home with her daughters, Megan, 22, Harley, 16, and Autumn, 14.The family had been through so much.Patricia’s marriage to Clifford Burns, who was dad to Harley and Autumn, had been rocky.The couple met when Patricia was working at a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through.Clifford had pulled up and decided there was something he fancied more than a doughnut.So he asked Patricia for her number.At first he’d seemed like a great catch – he had his own business, was a keen fisherman, and doted on Megan, her little sister Christalin and brother, Nick.But after their ’97 wedding, Clifford became violent.His traumatic past was often cited as the reason behind his abuse – he’d witnessed his father’s violence towards his mother.So Patricia gave him the benefit of the doubt, taking him back time and time again.Together they had their two girls, Harley and Autumn.She moved into a new apartment with the kids and began working as a nurse at a hospice, and also got a five-year restraining order against Clifford.Patricia began another relationship. But this new man also had a temper and was slapped with a restraining order after assaulting her, firing a gun into the ceiling and then having a standoff with police.Now, all Patricia wanted was a peaceful Christmas.Autumn texted her dad to wish him Merry Christmas, even though he’d not been in touch for eight months.His reply, which came as Patricia was defrosting the ham, was chilling.I have a special gift coming soon, something for everyone to talk about, and it will be hand-delivered on foot, not by car, it read.Autumn interpreted the message as a threat. Harley and Megan agreed, so they showed the text to their mum.'Is he going to come here and kill us?'‘Is he going to come here and kill us?’ Megan asked.But Patricia wasn’t concerned.‘No Megan, he’s mean, he’s evil, but he’s not that evil,’ she said.Despite her mum’s lack of concern, Autumn tapped back a reply.Get it together, I know what you think you want to do, and believe me that won’t end well, she wrote in the message. The only reason you feel so bad is because of what happened between your parents.Christmas EveTwo days later, on Christmas Eve, Harley went to do some last-minute shopping.Patricia, Megan and Autumn remained at home, preparing Christmas dinner in the kitchen.This time, Patricia was preparing a turkey.Then there was a knock at the door.On the other side of it was a masked man in army fatigues. He was carrying a large hunting knife.The man grabbed Patricia and held her against the wall. Then he plunged the knife into her stomach.'Megan ran over, grabbing the man and pulling his mask off.'Megan ran over, grabbing the man and pulling his mask off. It was Clifford.‘Call the cops!’ Megan screamed to Autumn, who was frozen in terror.Clifford continued to stab their mum, before turning the knife on Megan, slashing her arm.Patricia, bleeding profusely, pleaded with her ex to stop.As Autumn called an ambulance, Megan ran out of the house, but her stepdad followed her.Approaching her, he ran off when diners at a restaurant nearby came out.Paramedics arrived, rushing them to the hospital – but Patricia didn’t make it.
9/17/20235 hours, 13 minutes, 42 seconds
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Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police Interrogation

Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police InterrogationMCurley was a person of interest in the 1974 slaying but detectives said there wasn't enough evidence to tie him to the case 46 years ago.Texas company used a new forensic process to create a full DNA profile of the suspect from evidence pulled off the victim's clothing -- only partial profiles were obtained before.A Tarrant County Grand Jury has indicted a 77-year-old man in connection with a cold case that went unsolved for nearly half a century.Glen Samuel McCurley was indicted on a charge of capital murder for his role in the death of Carla Jan Walker, a 17-year-old Western Hills High School junior who was kidnapped and murdered in 1974.According to police, Walker was abducted, held captive, and sexually assaulted before being murdered and left in a ditch after a Valentine's Day dance.Investigators alleged that McCurley snatched Walker from the passenger seat of her boyfriend's car in a bowling alley parking lot.Walker's boyfriend, Rodney McCoy, told police that a man pointed a gun at him and threatened to kill him before something hit him in the head, knocking him unconscious.McCoy told police he later woke up to find Walker was gone and blood coming from his head.Walker's body was found three days later in a culvert near Benbrook Lake. Police said she had been beaten, raped, strangled, and tortured alive for two days after her disappearance.DNA evidence recovered from clothing and a bra worn by Walker on the night she was killed was sent to Othram, a private lab in The Woodlands.The DNA profile created at Othram was used to narrow the search to three brothers with the last name McCurley.According to police, Glen Samuel McCurley had been identified as a person of interest during the initial investigation in 1974 because he owned a gun, a .22 Ruger, that matched a magazine found at the crime scene.Detectives spoke to McCurley during the initial investigation, but they did not pursue McCurley again following the 1974 interview until the DNA profile match was found in GEDMATCH.Police collected trash from a bin in front of McCurley's residence in July of 2020, and they were able to determine that the items matched the male DNA profile found on Walker's clothing.On Sept. 10, 2020, police said they returned to McCurley's home and spoke to both him and his wife, during which time McCurley told the same story that he told detectives in 1974. He said he didn't kill anyone and did not know Carla Walker.McCurley agreed to provide a DNA sample, and six days later, police said they were notified the swabs matched the DNA found on Walker's bra.A warrant for capital murder was then obtained and McCurley was taken into custody without incident. Jail records showed McCurley was being held in the Tarrant County Jail on a charge of capital murder with bond set at $100,000.During a news conference, detectives with the Fort Worth Police Department said they believe the assault and murder were random and that Walker and McCurley didn't know each other.Police said it appears that over the last four decades, McCurley led a relatively normal life, was married, and had two children. Police also said that McCurley is not a suspect in any other crimes.
9/16/20232 hours, 23 minutes, 6 seconds
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Ronald Gene Simmons "CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE" murders

Ronald Gene Simmons "CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE" murdersOn December 22, 1987, Ronald Gene Simmons began a killing spree that would be the worst mass murder in Arkansas history and the worst crime involving one family in the history of the country. His rampage ended on December 28, 1987, leaving dead fourteen members of his immediate family and two former coworkers.Ronald Gene Simmons was born on July 15, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois, to Loretta and William Simmons. On January 31, 1943, William Simmons died of a stroke. Within a year, Simmons’s mother married again, this time to William D. Griffen, a civil engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The corps moved Griffen to Little Rock (Pulaski County) in 1946, the first of several transfers that would take the family across central Arkansas over the next decade. On September 15, 1957, Simmons dropped out of school and joined the U.S. Navy. His first station was Bremerton Naval Base in Washington, where he met Bersabe Rebecca “Becky” Ulibarri, whom he married in New Mexico on July 9, 1960.Over the next eighteen years, the couple had seven children. In 1963, Simmons left the navy and approximately two years later, he joined the air force. During his twenty-two-year military career, Simmons was awarded a Bronze Star, the Republic of Vietnam Cross for his service as an airman, and the Air Force Ribbon for excellent marksmanship. Simmons retired on November 30, 1979, at the rank of master sergeant.On April 3, 1981, Simmons was being investigated by the Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Department of Human Services for allegations that he had fathered a child with his seventeen-year-old daughter, Sheila. Fearing arrest, Simmons fled first to Ward (Lonoke County) in late 1981 and then to Dover (Pope County) in the summer of 1983. The family took up residence on a thirteen-acre tract of land that would become known as “Mockingbird Hill.” The residence was constructed of two older-model mobile homes joined to form one large home and was surrounded by a makeshift privacy fence, as high as ten feet tall in some places. The home did not have a telephone or indoor plumbing.Simmons worked a string of low-paying jobs in the nearby town of Russellville (Pope County). He quit a position as an accounts receivable clerk at Woodline Motor Freight after numerous reports of inappropriate sexual advances. He went to work at a Sinclair Mini Mart for approximately a year and a half before quitting on December 18, 1987.Evidence indicates that Simmons bludgeoned and shot his wife on December 22, 1987. Simmons also bludgeoned and shot his visiting son, twenty-nine-year-old Ronald Gene Simmons Jr. He then strangled his three-year-old granddaughter. All three bodies were later found in a shallow pit Simmons had instructed the children to dig months before for a third family outhouse.Later the same day, the Dover school bus dropped off the younger Simmons children for their Christmas break from school. Based on crime scene investigation, it is believed the Simmons children (ages seventeen, fourteen, eleven, and eight) were separated and killed individually, by strangulation and/or drowning in a rain barrel. Their bodies, too, were found in the hole for the outhouse.The older Simmons children had been invited to the Simmons home on December 26, 1987, for an after-Christmas dinner. Twenty-three-year-old William H. Simmons II, his twenty-one-year-old wife, Renata May Simmons, and their twenty-month-old son, all of Fordyce (Dallas County), were likely the first to arrive. William and Renata were shot, and their bodies were left by the dining room table, and covered with their own coats and some bedding. The child was killed and placed into the trunk of a car behind the Simmons home.Next to arrive were Simmons’s twenty-four-year-old daughter, Sheila, and her husband, thirty-three-year-old Dennis Raymond McNulty, as well as their children, seven-year-old Sylvia (the daughter of Sheila and her father) and twenty-one-month-old Michael. Sheila was shot, and her body was laid on the dining room table and covered with a tablecloth. Simmons shot Dennis and strangled Sylvia. Michael was strangled and placed into the trunk of yet another parked car.Later this same day, Simmons drove to Russellville, where he stopped at a Sears store and picked up Christmas gifts that had been ordered but had not made it in before the holiday. Later that night, he drove to a private club in Russellville. Then he went home and waited out the weekend.On Monday, December 28, 1987, Simmons drove a car that had belonged to his son, Ronald Jr., to Russellville. He purchased a second gun from Walmart Inc. His next stop was the Peel, Eddy and Gibbons Law Firm. After entering the building, Simmons shot and killed receptionist/secretary Kathy Cribbins Kendrick. He next went to the Taylor Oil Company, where he shot and wounded Russell “Rusty” Taylor, the owner of the Sinclair Mini Mart where he had worked, and then shot and killed J. D. (Jim) Chaffin, a fireman and part-time truck driver for Taylor Oil. Simmons shot at and missed another employee before exiting the building. Simmons then went to the Sinclair Mini Mart, where he shot and wounded Roberta Woolery and David Salyer. His last stop was the Woodline Motor Freight company. Simmons located his former supervisor, Joyce Butts, and wounded her in the head and chest. He then took worker Vicky Jackson at gunpoint into the computer office and advised her to phone the police. Simmons allegedly told Jackson: “I’ve come to do what I wanted to do. It’s all over now. I’ve gotten everybody who wanted to hurt me.” He surrendered to Russellville police when they arrived.Simmons was sent to the Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock (Pulaski County) for a competency evaluation by staff psychiatrist Dr. Irving Kuo. Kuo found Simmons to be sane and capable of standing trial. Robert E. “Doc” Irwin and John Harris were appointed by the court to represent Simmons. The prosecuting attorney was John Bynum. Jury selection for the first trial took less than six hours. Simmons was convicted on May 12, 1988, in the Franklin County Circuit Court for the deaths of Kendrick and Chaffin. On May 16 Judge John Samuel Patterson sentenced Simmons to death by lethal injection plus 147 years. Simmons refused all rights to appeal.Simmons was found guilty of fourteen counts of capital murder in the deaths of his family members on February 10, 1989, in the Johnson County Circuit Court, with Judge Patterson presiding. Bynum offered a possible motive when he presented an undated note that was discovered in a safe deposit box at a Russellville bank after Simmons’s arrest. The letter seemed to indicate a strong love/hate relationship between Simmons and his daughter Sheila. After the judge ruled the letter admissible, Simmons lashed out at Bynum, punching him the face, and then unsuccessfully struggled for a deputy’s handgun. Officers rushed him out of the courtroom in chains. Simmons was sentenced to death by lethal injection on March 16, 1989. He again waived all rights to appeal.KTHV reporter Anne Jensen conducted a series of interviews with Simmons in February and March 1989. On March 1, 1989, Simmons was found competent to waive his rights to appeal his conviction. However the filing of Whitmore v. Arkansas challenged this right. Reverend Louis Franz and Jonas Whitmore contended that Simmons using his right to refuse appeal in fact jeopardized the appellate rights of other death row inmates. By 7–2 vote, the Supreme Court justices threw out this appeal; however, the ongoing legal proceedings had prevented the execution of Simmons from being carried out. Simmons was watching television and eating what he thought would be his last meal when the news of his stay of execution was announced.On May 31, 1990, Governor Bill Clinton signed Simmons’s second execution warrant for June 25, 1990. This was the quickest sentence-to-execution-to-death time in United States history since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976. Simmons refused all visitors, including legal counsel and clergy. His last words were: “Justice delayed finally be done is justifiable homicide.” No family members claimed the body, so Simmons was buried in a paupers’ plot at Lincoln Memorial Lawn in Varner (Lincoln County).
9/15/202340 minutes, 28 seconds
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Robert Willy Pickton "The Pig Farm Killer" Serial Killer

Robert Willy Pickton "The Pig Farm Killer" Serial KillerThe Pig Farmer — He Killed 49 Women and Fed Them to PigsOnly to get caught trying to make his tally an “even 50”Robert William Pickton, aka “Willy” waKiller s a quiet Canadian man who grew up in a family of pig farmers. His family had been in the business of pig farming for three generations but by the time Pickton and his siblings inherited the pig farm, they’d only raise a few pigs on the farm and sell them to friends and neighbors.They, in fact, sold parts of the inherited land for large sums of money, not having much intention of continuing the family business.However, it wasn’t pig farming that made Willy rather infamous in Canada and the rest of the world. He is known to have murdered as many as 49 women, having been arrested due to his admitted “sloppiness” in trying to make his tally an “even 50” or the “big five-O.”A Contradicting Tale of Quiet Nature and Rave PartiesWilly was described by most of his friends as a pretty “quiet and simple guy” who didn’t really have any visible devious habits that would draw much attention. He wasn’t known to be much of a drinker, or didn’t really do any substance abuse, nor was he ever known to be too violent.After neglecting the original pig farming business inherited from their parents, Willy and his siblings registered a non-profit charity by the name of “The Piggy Palace Good Times Society” with the Canadian government in 1996. They claimed to “organize, co-ordinate, manage and operate special events, functions, dances, shows, and exhibitions on behalf of service organizations, sports organizations, and other worthy groups”. What these not-for-profit events eventually ended up being were a series of rave parties where members of music bands and other partygoers would come and engage in substance abuse and also engage with many sex workers. The events were quite large and attracted as many as 2,000 people.After some complaints about the nature of activities held under the name of the charity, and some ruckus created at a New Year’s Eve party in 1998, police intervened and banned any future parties at the pig farm, and also stripped the non-profit status of the society in the following year for lack of sufficient financial statements.The Murders & The DiscoveryIn March 1997, Willy was first charged for the attempted murder of a sex worker called Wendy, who had been stabbed several times following an argument at the farm.Wendy had managed to grab the weapon off Willy, stabbed him back, and escaped despite being handcuffed by him. Pickton received treatment at a nearby hotel and was also later released on bail. The charges were dismissed in January of 1998.It was later that year that the injunction was brought to the farm and the charity to host any events and parties.One of the workers at the farm, Bill Hiscox, noted that many of the women that visited the farm eventually went missing and reported his suspicions to the local police.In February of 2002, when the police visited the farm with a search warrant, they found multiple items belonging to the missing women. Willy and his brother David Pickton were arrested on charges of owning illegal weapons. While they were later released, police maintained surveillance on the brothers.On further investigation, police suspected Willy of a series of murders of the various missing women, and over the course of the year, Willy was charged for a total of fifteen first-degree murders.Over the next three years, by October of 2005, the tally of the first-degree murder charges had gone up to a staggering twenty-seven.Excavations at the farm continued for over a whole year, and cost about $70mn — making it one of the most expensive investigations in Canada’s history.The excavations revealed cut skulls, broken jaws, and other bodily remains of multiple women including the DNA of as many as 33 different women.
9/15/202352 minutes, 12 seconds
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Julie Schenecker | Murdered Her Own Children | Police Interrogation

Julie Schenecker | Murdered Her Own Children | Police Interrogation The Schenecker double homicide occurred on January 27, 2011; 16-year-old Calyx and 13-year-old Beau Schenecker were found dead by police at their home in Tampa, Florida. Their mother, Julie Powers Schenecker, was arrested on suspicion of their murder after an alleged confession.On January 29, Schenecker was admitted to Tampa General Hospital, but was released the next day. She was charged with two counts of first-degree murder, and indicted by grand jury on February 9. Seven days later, she entered a plea of not guilty, with her legal team indicating they would pursue a defense on the grounds of insanity. Parker Schenecker divorced his wife in May 2011, and subsequently filed a civil lawsuit for wrongful deaths, following dispute over distribution of the family's assets.Julie Schenecker's criminal trial began on April 28, 2014. She was found guilty of first-degree murder and was sentenced to two concurrent life terms in prison on May 15, 2014.On January 28, 2011, police visited the property after receiving a call from Schenecker's mother, who expressed concern at not being able to reach her daughter. Officers found Beau Schenecker in a sport utility vehicle in the garage and Calyx Schenecker in her bedroom; both had been shot with a .38 revolver and covered with blankets. Julie Schenecker was found unconscious on the rear porch covered in blood.Police stated that Schenecker admitted to killing her children because they "talked back and were mouthy". A police statement said, "She described the crimes in detail." A note was allegedly found in the house describing a plan to murder her children and commit suicide. According to the arrest affidavit, Beau was shot twice in the head on January 27 while being driven by his mother from soccer practice. Schenecker then drove home and killed Calyx in her room as she was doing her homework on her computer. The revolver had been purchased five days before the killings. Calyx was found on her bed covered by a blanket.
9/15/202324 minutes, 47 seconds
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Jake Evans 911 Call (FULL) Teen charged with murdering mother and sister

Jake Evans 911 Call (FULL) Teen charged with murdering mother and sisterTexas Teen Tells 911 It Was 'Weird' to Kill His Mother and SisterJake Evans is accused of capital murder for shooting and killing his family.Oct. 6, 2012 — -- In a chilling 911 call, Texas teen Jake Evans spent 20 minutes calmly recounting how he shot and killed his mother and sister, calling himself "evil.""It's weird," an even-voiced Evans told the 911 dispatcher. "I wasn't even really angry with them. It just kind of happened. I've been kind of planning on killing for a while now."Evans, 17, of Parker County, Texas, was arrested after he called police early Thursday morning to report he had killed his mother Jami Evans, 48, and his 15-year-old sister Mallory Evans."I just thought it would be quick, you know? I didn't want them to feel any pain," he said. "That's why I used a gun, but it was like everything went wrong."He has been charged with capital murder, according to court documents, and is being held without bond.Evans did not give a specific reason for the killings, but said that he didn't "really like people's attitudes" and said people were "verbally rude to each other.""I guess this is really selfish to say, but to me, I felt like they were just suffocating me in a way," he said calmly. "I don't know.Obviously, you know, I'm pretty, I guess, evil."He told the operator that he told his sister that his mother needed to see her. When his sister came out of her room, Evan said he shot her. She rolled down the stairs and he shot her again, he said."I'll never forget this. My sister, she came down the stairs and she was screaming and I was telling her that I'm sorry but to just hold still--that, you know, I was just going to make it go away," he said. "But she just kept on freaking out, but finaly she she fell down, and I got her in the head about, probably, three times."He said he then shot his mom three or four times with a .22 revolver. The gun belonged to a family member, according to ABC News' Dallas-Forth Worth affilate WFAA."Just to let you know, I hate the feeling of killing someone. I'm going to be messed up," he told the operator. "I'm really worried about nightmares and stuff like that. Are there any type of medications for that and stuff?""I don't mean to sound like a wimp or anything, but this is, wow, I've never, like, done anything violent in my whole life," he added.When police arrived at the home, Evans was standing outside with his hands in the air and was arrested without incident, according to police. Authorities believe Evans' father was out of town on a business trip when the shootings occurred.Jami Evans was a teacher and an assistant principal at schools in the Aledo Independent School District from 1989 to 2004."Aledo ISD is deeply saddened to learn of the death of a former employee and a former student," the school district said in a statement. "Her dedication to her students and her love of learning was an inspiration to all who knew her.""We also mourn the death of Mallory Evans, a former elementary and intermediate school student," the statement said. "She was a sweet child that will be missed by her friends and school family."Friends were shocked to hear about what Jake Evans had done. They described him as a nice and shy student who was an avid golfer. He played golf for Aledo High School where he was a student until he and his sister withdrew in January to be home schooled."I just want people to know this action is not how we all know him," Cole Wooten, who said he had been in school with Evans since kindergarten, told WFAA."I really liked him," classmate Clint McClellen said. "Nicest kid. Quiet, shy, kept to himself, but I liked that about him."Dr. Laurence Steinberg, an expert in psychological development during adolescence, said that it is common for others to say that there did not seem to be anything wrong with a young perpetrator. He said signs of trouble often surface in the days following an event, as an investigation unfolds."It's extremely unlikely that a perfectly normal 17-year-old kid would take out a shotgun and kill members of his family," Steinberg told ABCNews.com."There's a little bit in what he said that sounds a little psycho-pathological in a sense that he does not seem to have the emotional response to what he did," he said. "Being callous and unemotional is a classic sign of a psychopath, so maybe he has some tendencies in that direction."But Steinberg cautioned that sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate between shock and someone who is just unemotional.
9/15/202324 minutes, 55 seconds
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LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus Murder Suspect - Full Length Police Interrogation Video

LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus Murder Suspect - Full Length Police Interrogation VideoFull Length Police Interrogation VideoSherri Rasmussen (February 7, 1957 – February 24, 1986) was an American woman found dead in February 1986 in an apartment she shared with her husband, John Ruetten, in Van Nuys, California. Rasmussen had been beaten and shot three times in a struggle. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) initially considered the case a botched burglary, and the crime remained unsolved.Rasmussen's father believed that Stephanie Lazarus, an LAPD officer, was a prime suspect. Detectives who re-examined the cold case files in 2009 were eventually led to Lazarus, by then herself a detective. A DNA sample she unknowingly discarded was matched to one from a bite on Rasmussen's body that had remained in the files. Lazarus was convicted of the murder in 2012 and is serving a sentence of 27 years to life for first-degree murder at the California Institution for Women in Corona.Lazarus appealed the conviction, claiming that the age of the case and the evidence denied her due process. She also alleged that the search warrant was improperly granted, her statements in an interview prior to her arrest were compelled, and that evidence supporting the original case theory should have been admitted at trial. In 2015, the guilty verdict was upheld by the California Court of Appeal.[5]Some of the police files suggest that evidence that could have implicated Lazarus earlier in the investigation was later removed, perhaps by others in the LAPD. Rasmussen's parents unsuccessfully sued the department over this and other aspects of the investigation. Jennifer Francis, the criminalist who found key evidence from the bite mark, unsuccessfully sued the City of Los Angeles, claiming she was pressured by police to favor certain suspects in this and other high-profile cases and was retaliated against when she brought this to the LAPD's attention.
9/14/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 2 seconds
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To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police interview

To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police interview"I thought you was wantin' to be shaved...down there."-Dustin showing that Barber-ism begins at home.Dustin Jacob McPhetridge appeared on the Bowling Green, Kentucky investigation of To Catch a Predator. He is most known for his disability, as well as his outrageous demands while in prison.Dustin McPhetridge was 26 when he arrived at the sting house with the hope of meeting a thirteen year old girl named "Laura" that he thought he was chatting with online. He had a twisted and sordid chat with the girl wanting to shave her privates, get her drunk and have rough anal sex with her. Dustin, the consummate gentleman, gave Laura a choice on where to put his sperm first (mouth, pussy, or ass). He also wanted her to wear a pair of panties for 2-3 days straight and then send them to him. He even sent a picture of a couple having sex. The icing on the cake was when he said that he wanted to have a threesome with her EIGHT year old sister. [1]After a four hour drive, Dustin waddled into the house with an electric razor and KY Jelly and tried to coax the decoy over to do all the twisted things he had on his mind. He instead got to meet Chris Hansen. Dustin went right into victim mode blaming the girl for the situation, saying she led him on.After his arrest, Dustin pulls every pity string he can ranging from his disability to his weight to getting bullied with Sgt. Dudinskie, the officer in charge of his interview. Dudinskie fires back with details of his chatlog that showed Dustin to be a very disgusting predator that hid behind his disability. [2]He was sentenced to five years in prison for traveling across state lines to meet a minor for sex. He was also sentenced to eight years for possession of child pornography. The sentences ran concurrently but because Dustin wasn’t convicted on the CP charge until two years after his first conviction, he actually ended up with a ten year sentence.[3] Dustin was released on lifetime federal sex-offender probation and now helps to run a convenience store in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.Behind the scenesDustin has cerebral palsy. He demonstrated before, during, and after the sting his devious behavior of using his disability to garner sympathy as well as escape trouble. Casey and the lead KBI investigator even said they felt sorry for Dustin when he saw him struggle to enter the house, but kept in mind his reason for showing up at the house was to molest a child.Partway through serving his sentence, he wrote a letter to his convicting judge saying he had learned his lesson and requesting that he immediately be released from serving the remainder of his sentence. If his request was denied, in lieu of release, he requested a walk-in jacuzzi in his cell. Both requests were denied.Dustin was scheduled to be back in court February 2020 due to probation violations, mainly failing his sex offender treatment program, subsequently being kicked out, and polygraph tests asking if he had viewed child pornography since his release. A series of continuances have been given due to Dustin's health, COVID-19 concerns, and scheduling conflicts.[4] Dustin was given yet another continuance September 2021 because his family had paid vacation plans. Recent photos show that Dustin uses a wheelchair. During examination of his counselor, he revealed that Dustin has spent the most time of any offender in the program because he either refuses to own the actions that led him to this point, or makes excuses on why he can't make any positive changes in his life. Dustin also gained the ire from his peers in his classes because they believed his rehabilitation to be a waste of time. Time that could be better invested in their recovery.[5]TriviaDustin apparently "doesn't like lawyers", as he revealed in his police interrogation.Dustin misunderstood Chris when he said he wasn't law enforcement and couldn't arrest him. Dustin thought Chris meant that no arrests were going to be made, which was obviously not the case. Dustin brings this up in his interrogation, saying that he wishes Chris didn't "lie" to him about him not going to be arrested.Dustin has a large affection for his mother (due to the fact that she talks people out of pressing charges for the things he does), requesting that she be put in custody of him during his trial. The judge denied his request.Affectionately nicknamed “D-MAC” by fans of To Catch A Predator..He made a handful of wrestling DVDs for professional wrestler Ricky Morton. He lost all the digital footage when cops seized his computer since it also housed his collection of CP. He also ran Morton's website. In a now infamous article on the site made a couple of months before his arrest, he pleads with the wrestling community to donate to Morton's legal fees stemming from his arrest for non-payment of child support.Ricky Morton references Dustin in an interview about the wrestling DVDs, calling him the "cripple boy". Right after, he talks about seeing Dustin on "the predator show".[6]Despite his disability, he served the most time of all those caught in the Bowling Green sting. This is probably because he committed three different crimes in three different jurisdictions. His most serious was the federal crime of crossing states lines to commit crimes involving children.
9/14/20231 hour, 28 minutes, 1 second
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911 dispatcher lectures drowning woman moments before she died FULL AUDIO

911 dispatcher lectures drowning woman moments before she died FULL AUDIOPolice released disturbing audio of an Arkansas woman who called for help in the final moments of her life, drowning in her car, only to be met with mockery and disdain by the dispatcher.Debbie Stevens, 47, was on her regular paper route in Fort Smith Saturday, Aug. 24 when a flash flood swept up her car. Panicking, she dialed 911."Please help me, I don't want to die!", Stevens begs on the call that lasted 22 minutes. "I can't swim! I'm scared! I'm going to drown!"The dispatcher, Donna Reneau, who was working her final shift after giving her notice two weeks earlier according to the Fort Smith Police Department, replied flippantly telling her authorities will get there when they get there and that she's not going to die, at one point telling her to "shut up."As the water slowly filled Stevens' SUV, she responded: "I'm scared. I've never had anything happen to me like this before."Stevens pleaded for help and prayer but received a lecture: "Well this will teach you, next time don't drive in the water," Reneau responds. "I don't see how you didn't see it, you had to go right over it, so."Authorities responded to the scene 12 minutes after she dialed 911, but because of the floodwaters, it took more than an hour to reach Stevens' vehicle -- and by the time police and firefighters were able to secure the car, Stevens had drowned.Fort Smith Interim Police Chief Danny Baker described Reneau's response as "calloused and uncaring at times" in a statement, but he added to KHBS that she did nothing "criminally wrong" nor "violated policy.""I completely understand the disgust and the concern that we all have," Baker said. "We all hope that we would get a little better response."
9/13/202322 minutes, 39 seconds
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Son 'boiled mom's head in pot' after 'killing parents who cut off his allowance'

Son 'boiled mom's head in pot' after 'killing parents who cut off his allowance'WARNING GRAPHIC DETAILS Joel Guy Jr is accused of murdering dad Joel Snr and mum Lisa and trying to dissolve their bodies in the "house of horrors" in Tennessee after they told him they'd stop supporting him financiallyA son brutally murdered his parents before dismembering them and boiling his mum's head on a stove, a court heard.Shocked investigators were confronted with a "diabolical stew of human remains" at the home of Joel Guy Snr and his wife Lisa.Joel Guy Jr allegedly use acid to try and dissolve his mum and dad's remains after stabbing them to death in the House of Horrors.Stunned investigators discovered Lisa's head boiling in a pot, and Joel Snr's severed hands on his bedroom floor.Both their torsos were found wrapped in plastic in their bathroom in Knox County in Tennessee.Prosecutors claim Guy murdered his parents the day after they refused to stop paying his bills at a Thanksgiving dinner in November 2016.He tried to use chemicals to destroy Joel Snr, 61, and 55-year-old Lisa's remains, it is alleged.The court heard the killer was told by his mum and dad that they were going to stop supporting him financially.true crime,true crime stories,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,true crime daily,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2023 true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2023,true crime daily full episodes,True Crime Stories Podcast 2023
9/13/202356 minutes, 26 seconds
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I Lost My Virginity to a Corpse: Man Kills His Mom has SEX with Her Body

I Lost My Virginity to a Corpse: Man Kills His Mom has SEX with Her Body Guess I Lost My Virginity to a Corpse: The Kevin Davis Murder CaseMan Kills His Mom has SEX with Her Body - Guess I Lost My Virginity to a Corpse: The Kevin Davis Murder CaseDavis bashed his mother's head in with a hammerSummary: Corpus Christi resident Kevin Davis strangled his mother before hitting her in the head with a hammer, splitting her skull. Davis then ‘swirled’ her brain around before sexually assaulting her corpse. Davis was sentenced to life in prison for the crime of a mom who he described as “The best.”In 2014, Kevin Jazrael Davis argued with his mother, 50-year-old Kimberly Hill, in the Corpus Christi, TX, apartment he shared with her and his sister, Destinee. On May 26, Davis called 911, reporting that he’d just murdered his mother. Once at the police station, then 18-year-old Davis vividly detailed the day’s events, sometimes with a smirk on his face. What he told detectives was gruesome and shocking: Kevin admitted bashing \Hill’s head with a hammer, swirling her brain around, and then, sexually assaulting her corpse."I'll Kill My Mom Instead"On the morning of March 27, 2014, Davis, bored and frustrated with life, told his mother he did not like people and that he wanted to commit suicide. Obviously caught off guard by the statement, Hill allegedly told her son that she could not stop him if that was what he wanted to do. Kevin later told police hearing this from his mother enraged him. It was then he decided to take her life.As Hill sat on the couch in the living room, Davis came up behind her, attempting to strangle her with a cord. Hill began screaming. Kevin panicked, retrieved a hammer, and began bashing in his mother’s skull. Davis struck his mother in the head with the hammer at least 20 times, splitting her skull in the process.Davis then retrieved a kitchen knife and used it to insert inside his mother’s head wound. He swirled her brain around “to make sure she was dead,” Kevin claimed and then inserted his hand inside the wound. He would tell detectives during a taped interrogation that his mother’s brain felt like “putty.”Kevin then dragged his mother’s lifeless body to her bedroom and raped her corpse. When he finished the sadistic act, he went to a neighbor’s house, saying he just killed someone and needed help. The neighbor dialed 911.This is the interrogation of Kevin Davis.Man Kills His Mom has SEX with Her Body The Most DISTURBING Interrogation You'll EVER HearTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories PodcastGuess I Lost My Virginity to a Corpse Man Kills His Mom has SEX with Her Body
9/13/202331 minutes, 42 seconds
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Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police Interrogation

Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police InterrogationTim Jones confesses to killing his five children in interview audio played during trialIn an audio recording of a police interview played during the trial of Tim Jones contains his confession of killing his five children.LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - After more than three weeks of testimony, a jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Timothy Jones, Jr., a Lexington County man accused of murdering his five children in 2014.The jury concluded that Jones has been found guilty on all five counts of murder in the deaths of his children.The second phase of the proceedings is the sentencing phase and that will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday. Because the state is seeking the death penalty, the jury is now responsible for determining his punishment.The jury had four options for their verdict: guilty, guilty but mentally ill, not guilty by reason of insanity, or not guilty. Jones pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.A grand jury indicted Jones, Jr. in 2014 on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children – Mera, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abigail, 1. For Mera, Elias, Gabriel, and Abigail, the indictments state the children were killed “by means of strangulation and/or other violent means or instruments.”The bodies of the children were found in garbage bags off of a dirt road in Alabama. Jones, Jr. led authorities to the bodies after being arrested in Mississippi. Jones, who appeared to be under the influence at the time of his arrest, was questioned at the checkpoint by a Smith County, Miss. deputy about an odor of chemicals coming from his vehicle. After further investigation, the deputy found what appeared to be chemicals used to make meth and a street drug known as “Spice.” Investigators also said his Cadillac Escalade was blood-soaked and “smelled of death.”
9/13/202347 minutes, 59 seconds
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Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw Police Interrogation FULL AUDIO

Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw Police Interrogation FULL AUDIOFormer Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw Interrogation AUDIO (complete)Daniel Ken Holtzclaw (born December 10, 1986) is an American former Oklahoma City Police Department patrol officer who was convicted in December 2015 of multiple counts of rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, and other sexual charges.[4] Holtzclaw was convicted of eighteen counts involving eight different women. According to the police investigators, Holtzclaw abused his position as an officer by running background checks to find information that could be used to coerce victims into sex.[1] During the trial, the defense questioned the victims' credibility during cross-examination, bringing up their criminal records.[5] Of the thirteen women who accused Holtzclaw, several had criminal histories such as drug arrests, and all of them were African American.[6] The prosecution argued that victims were deliberately chosen by Holtzclaw for these reasons.[7] Holtzclaw pleaded not guilty to all charges. On December 10, 2015, he was convicted on 18 of 36 charges, and on January 21, 2016, he was sentenced to 263 years in prison.[8][9][10] Jason Flom (a founding Board Member of the Innocence Project), right-wing commentator Michelle Malkin and others have supported Holtzclaw's claims of innocence. On August 1, 2019, Holtzclaw was denied an appeal by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, which upheld both his convictions and prison sentence. The defense petitioned the Supreme Court of the United States on the basis that merging seventeen cases together "strains credulity". On March 9, 2020, the Supreme Court refused the petition.Full Police Interrogations and Police Bodycam Audio - True Crime Podcast 2023
9/12/20232 hours, 13 minutes, 51 seconds
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People Who Accidentally Killed Someone, How Has it Impacted Your Life?

People Who Accidentally Killed Someone, How Has it Impacted Your Life?
9/12/202325 minutes, 10 seconds
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Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist | Jeffrey Pelo FULL Police Interrogation

Police Sergeant Doubled as Serial Rapist | Jeffrey Pelo FULL Police InterrogationJeff Pelo was a 17 year veteran of the Bloomington Police Department but he was more than that. He turned out to be a serial rapist, he broke into and terrorized 3 different women in Bloomington. He stalked them, checked their records, ran their plates to know where they were and finally to each of them broke into their house, bound them with duct tape, covered their heads with a pillow case and raped them. Afterwards he would make them bathe and clean up the house, including getting rid of the sheets. He knew how to cover his tracks because of all of his training as a police officer.One night his third victim's dog was barking like crazy and because she had had a feeling she was being followed weeks before she didn't hesitate to call the police. Another officer arrived finding Jeff Pelo outside this woman's house. The officer was shocked and concerned at the sight of this brother in arms but did the proper thing and took him in. After being interrogated for a couple of hours and Jeff repeating his innocence they decided to do a voice matching. Jeff was told to read off of a script that included things that the attacker of the women had said but it wasn't the only thing the women recognized, it was his piercing blue eyes. One look at those and they knew.
9/11/202359 minutes, 21 seconds
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Anissa Weier - Slender Man Stabbing - Disturbing Full Police Interrogation

Anissa Weier - Slender Man Stabbing - Disturbing Full Police InterrogationThe Slender Man (also spelled Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character that originated as a creepypasta Internet meme created by Something Awful forum user Eric Knudsen (also known as "Victor Surge") in 2009. He is depicted as a thin, unnaturally tall humanoid with a featureless head and face, wearing a black suit.Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking, abducting or traumatizing people, particularly children. The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative but appears in many disparate works of fiction, typically composed online.On May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin held down and stabbed a 12-year-old classmate 19 times. When questioned later by authorities, they reportedly claimed that they wished to commit a murder as a first step to becoming proxies for the Slender Man, having read about it online. They also stated that they were afraid that Slender Man would kill their families if they did not commit the murder. After the perpetrators left the scene, the victim crawled out of the woods to a roadway. A passing cyclist alerted authorities, and the victim survived the attack. Both attackers have been diagnosed with mental illnesses but have also been charged as adults and are each facing up to 65 years in prison. One of the girls reportedly said Slender Man watches her, can read minds, and could teleport.Experts testified in court that she also said she conversed with Lord Voldemort and one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.Milwaukee teen Anissa Weier was sentenced to 25 years in a mental health facility in 2017, for the 2014 stabbing of a classmate. Weier's accomplice in the crime was a friend called Morgan Geyser, who was also a 12-year-old like Weier when they planned and stabbed classmate Payton Leutner in the nearby woods, later telling authorities that the attempted murder was supposed to keep the legend-horror character Slender Man from killing their families.Where is Morgan Geyser now?At 19, Geyser is still at the unnamed mental hospital where she was sentenced 40 years after she pled guilty to the attempted first-degree murder of Leutner. Geyser had reportedly pled guilty to the crime to avoid prison, but she was ultimately found not guilty on grounds of insanity. Geyser was later diagnosed with schizophrenia, and following her 2017 conviction, her attorneys have argued that she should have been tried in juvenile court as she was 12 at the time of the stabbing.On September 11, 2020, her defense team appealed to the Supreme Court, to toss out Geryser's conviction in adult court. This came after Wisconsin’s 2nd District Court of Appeals had denied Geyser's appeal to have her conviction overruled, twice by then. Geyser's attorney Matthew Pinix had claimed at the time that his client should have been charged with attempted second-degree intentional homicide, which would have sent the case to juvenile court.Who is Morgan Geyser?On May 31, 2014, three pre-teens — Geyser, Weier, and Leutner, woke up from a sleepover to celebrate Geyser's 12th birthday. The girls then went to a local Waukesha park, where Geyser and Weier stabbed Leutner 19 times and left her for dead. The 12-year-old victim however managed to crawl her way out of the woods and was spotted by the side of the road by a passing bicyclist. Leutner survived, but it's been reported that two of the stab words were millimeters from her arteries. Shortly after she was found, cops found Geyser and Weier walking along the roads, claiming they were on their way to live with Slender Man.Geyser and Weier were arrested immediately and charged as adults the next day. The girls had confessed to the crime too, claiming they were terrified of Slender Man killing their families if they didn't murder Leutner. The story has become sensational in the years, because of the brutal nature of the crime from such young children. Having become the topic of countless documentary flicks and TV shorts, the Slender Man Stabbing continues to be one of the most notorious incidents. During the sentencing hearing, three years after the heinous attack on Leutner, professional opinions on Geyser's mental health and treatment needed were still conflicting. While her defense team tried to move her to an adolescent health facility, Judge Michael Bohren denied it, saying: "What we can't forget is this was an attempted murder."
9/11/20232 hours, 26 minutes, 9 seconds
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Morgan Geyser | Slender Man Stabbing | *Chilling* Full Police Interrogation

Morgan Geyser | Slender Man Stabbing | *Chilling* Full Police InterrogationThe Slender Man (also spelled Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character that originated as a creepypasta Internet meme created by Something Awful forum user Eric Knudsen (also known as "Victor Surge") in 2009. He is depicted as a thin, unnaturally tall humanoid with a featureless head and face, wearing a black suit.Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking, abducting or traumatizing people, particularly children. The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative but appears in many disparate works of fiction, typically composed online.On May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin held down and stabbed a 12-year-old classmate 19 times. When questioned later by authorities, they reportedly claimed that they wished to commit a murder as a first step to becoming proxies for the Slender Man, having read about it online. They also stated that they were afraid that Slender Man would kill their families if they did not commit the murder. After the perpetrators left the scene, the victim crawled out of the woods to a roadway. A passing cyclist alerted authorities, and the victim survived the attack. Both attackers have been diagnosed with mental illnesses but have also been charged as adults and are each facing up to 65 years in prison. One of the girls reportedly said Slender Man watches her, can read minds, and could teleport.Experts testified in court that she also said she conversed with Lord Voldemort and one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.Milwaukee teen Anissa Weier was sentenced to 25 years in a mental health facility in 2017, for the 2014 stabbing of a classmate. Weier's accomplice in the crime was a friend called Morgan Geyser, who was also a 12-year-old like Weier when they planned and stabbed classmate Payton Leutner in the nearby woods, later telling authorities that the attempted murder was supposed to keep the legend-horror character Slender Man from killing their families.Where is Morgan Geyser now?At 19, Geyser is still at the unnamed mental hospital where she was sentenced 40 years after she pled guilty to the attempted first-degree murder of Leutner. Geyser had reportedly pled guilty to the crime to avoid prison, but she was ultimately found not guilty on grounds of insanity. Geyser was later diagnosed with schizophrenia, and following her 2017 conviction, her attorneys have argued that she should have been tried in juvenile court as she was 12 at the time of the stabbing.On September 11, 2020, her defense team appealed to the Supreme Court, to toss out Geryser's conviction in adult court. This came after Wisconsin’s 2nd District Court of Appeals had denied Geyser's appeal to have her conviction overruled, twice by then. Geyser's attorney Matthew Pinix had claimed at the time that his client should have been charged with attempted second-degree intentional homicide, which would have sent the case to juvenile court.Who is Morgan Geyser?On May 31, 2014, three pre-teens — Geyser, Weier, and Leutner, woke up from a sleepover to celebrate Geyser's 12th birthday. The girls then went to a local Waukesha park, where Geyser and Weier stabbed Leutner 19 times and left her for dead. The 12-year-old victim however managed to crawl her way out of the woods and was spotted by the side of the road by a passing bicyclist. Leutner survived, but it's been reported that two of the stab words were millimeters from her arteries. Shortly after she was found, cops found Geyser and Weier walking along the roads, claiming they were on their way to live with Slender Man.Geyser and Weier were arrested immediately and charged as adults the next day. The girls had confessed to the crime too, claiming they were terrified of Slender Man killing their families if they didn't murder Leutner. The story has become sensational in the years, because of the brutal nature of the crime from such young children. Having become the topic of countless documentary flicks and TV shorts, the Slender Man Stabbing continues to be one of the most notorious incidents. During the sentencing hearing, three years after the heinous attack on Leutner, professional opinions on Geyser's mental health and treatment needed were still conflicting. While her defense team tried to move her to an adolescent health facility, Judge Michael Bohren denied it, saying: "What we can't forget is this was an attempted murder."Morgan Geyser Slender Man Stabbing Chilling Full Police InterrogationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories PodcastMorgan Geyser Slender Man Stabbing Chilling Full Police Interrogation True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast Blue Dot
9/9/20231 hour, 58 minutes, 26 seconds
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Ghost Mission: Lumira's Alien DNA & Sunken Secrets

Ghost Mission: Lumira's Alien DNA & Sunken Secrets The age-old ‘Legend of Lumira and its people’ speaks of sunken cities and beings touched by the cosmos. Join me, the ghost, and the team on a dive into the ocean's depths, driven by legend. Beneath the waves, the truth of Lumira surfaces, showing not just an ancient civilization but a tale interwoven with extraterrestrial influences. Join the Ghost and Team in "Ghost Mission: Lumira's Alien DNA & Sunken Secrets" as they unravel the Lumerians' cosmic heritage, and their role as stewards of otherworldly knowledge. As myths turn into realities, the watery world of Lumira, an ‘aqua city’ that holds more than just tales of the past. The question remains: can we (the Ghost and Team) uncover the whole truth?They Call Me The Ghost I The Dark Web Vlogs
9/9/202350 minutes, 44 seconds
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30 UNHEARD SCARY POLICE ENCOUNTERS WITH DEMONS AND CREATURES

30 UNHEARD SCARY POLICE ENCOUNTERS WITH DEMONS AND CREATURESUNHEARD SCARY POLICE ENCOUNTER WITH DEMONS AND CREATURES - FEATURING GOATMAN, YETI, RAKE, CRAWLERS, SASQUATCH AND CRYPTIDS2023,creepypasta,scary police stories,scary police encounter stories with creatures and demons,scary police encounter stories,scary stories,horror stories,scary story,true horror stories,creepy stories,scary true stories,true ghost stories,paranormal stories,true paranormal stories,stories form reddit,scary horror stories,r/police,2023,24 unheard police encounter with creatures and demons,police encounter with creatures,police
9/8/202356 minutes, 33 seconds
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People REALIZE Their SO is a MONSTER

People REALIZE Their SO is a MONSTER
9/8/202327 minutes, 38 seconds
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Entitled Daughter Loses It When Finally Told 'No'

Entitled Daughter Loses It When Finally Told 'No'This is what learning the meaning of 'No' looks like, the hard way.Entitled Daughter Loses It When Finally Told NoTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/7/202316 minutes, 22 seconds
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True Crimes That Shook the World

True Crimes That Shook the WorldTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/7/202326 minutes, 1 second
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8 CLASSIFIED SCARY PARK RANGER HORROR STORIES (COMPILATION)

8 CLASSIFIED SCARY PARK RANGER HORROR STORIES (COMPILATION)8 CLASSIFIED SCARY PARK RANGER HORROR STORIES COMPILATIONTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/7/20232 hours, 26 minutes, 27 seconds
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SCARY POLICE OFFICER & MILITARY TRUE HORROR STORIES (COMPILATION)

SCARY POLICE OFFICER & MILITARY TRUE HORROR STORIES (COMPILATION)SCARY POLICE OFFICER MILITARY TRUE HORROR STORIES COMPILATION True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/6/20232 hours, 32 minutes, 30 seconds
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Cops Interrogate Taylor Schabusiness After She Allegedly Beheaded, Dismembered Shad Thyrion

Police Interrogate Taylor Schabusiness After She Allegedly Beheaded, Dismembered Shad ThyrionThe prosecution played a portion of Taylor Schabusiness’ interview with Green Bay police after she was arrested for the murder of Shad Tyrion in February 2022. The Wisconsin woman confesses to killing Thyrion and details each gruesome act she performed on the victim’s body, including strangling him with a dog chain and sawing his bones with a kitchen knife.
9/5/20231 hour, 24 minutes, 29 seconds
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Crazy Police Stories On Reddit (2-Hour Compilation)

Crazy Police Stories On Reddit (2-Hour Compilation)Crazy Police Stories On Reddit 2 Hour CompilationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/5/20232 hours, 1 minute, 35 seconds
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Unsolved Mystery Stories that will Haunts YOU for the Rest of your Life

Unsolved Mystery Stories that will Haunts YOU for the Rest of your LifeThis Unsolved Mystery Stories 2023 Compilation contains some of the best Unsolved Mystery, Creepy, Mystery, and scary experiences. If you enjoy these Unsolved Mystery stories 2023, Subscribe to my channel for more such Unsolved Mystery stories 2021. Comment which type of Unsolved Mystery Story 2023
9/4/202333 minutes, 17 seconds
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Bodycam Audio - Illinois Woman Laughs, Plays Dumb After Killing Two People in Deadly DUI Crash

Bodycam Audio - Illinois Woman Laughs, Plays Dumb After Killing Two People in Deadly DUI CrashBodycam footage shows an Illinois woman laughing and playing dumb after she killed two people in a deadly DUI crash on April 10, 2022. Stephanie Melgoza blew three times over the legal limit shortly after failing every other sobriety test performed by East Peoria officers. "This doesn't happen. I go to Bradley," the clearly intoxicated woman said referencing the private university she was set to graduate from in the coming weeks. “You’re pathetic,” an officer said to Melgoza in the hospital when she continued to joke around after learning the two victims died. Melgoza pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated DUI death and two counts of aggravated reckless driving before getting sentenced to 14 years in prison on Thursday.Bodycam Audio Illinois Woman Laughs, Plays Dumb After Killing Two People in Deadly DUI Crash
9/4/202326 minutes, 1 second
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Woman with 2,500 personalities says they saved her from shocking child abuse

Woman with 2,500 personalities says they saved her from shocking child abuseThe inspiring story of the Aussie woman with over 2000 personalities. How her brain conjured up the different characters to protect her from abuse, and even more incredibly, how they all worked together to bring an evil monster to justice.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/3/202341 minutes, 25 seconds
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CRAZY Interrogation Most Evil Child in History, Gripping FBI Interrogation.

CRAZY Interrogation Most Evil Child in History, Gripping FBI Interrogation.The Broken Arrow Family Murders | Robert and Michael BeverThe Bever family were a quiet, reclusive gang living in Broken Arrow, OK. Oldest son Robert, started to develop a fascinating with murders, and soon, his obsession just wasn't enough and he wanted to join the big leagues. One night in 2015 Robert and his brother Michael would do something horrific. that chapter,broken arrow,michael bever,robert bever
9/3/20231 hour, 41 minutes, 17 seconds
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Mystery of The Beaumont: A Hotel of Lost Souls and Voodoo Magic

Mystery of The Beaumont: A Hotel of Lost Souls and Voodoo MagicThink 'The Da Vinci Code' and prepare to be transported into a world where history and the supernatural converge in 'Mystery of The Beaumont.' As the doors of this mysterious hotel swing open, join the team as they venture into the heart of darkness—the elusive 14th floor. With voodoo magic and hidden secrets at play, they must pierce the veil between the seen and the unseen, unraveling the mysteries that defy explanation.Get ready for a chilling journey that uncovers the unknown and challenges everything you thought was real!A Stranger World Than Fiction The outrageous and unbelievable happening in our world, in story format. Join the conversation!
9/3/20231 hour, 54 seconds
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Military Officer Serial Killer Russell Williams -Police Interrogation and Confession SHOCKING

Military Officer Serial Killer Russell Williams -Police Interrogation and Confession SHOCKINGBob McKeown deconstructs the interrogation and shocking confession of Russell Williams. From his initial denial to the full declaration of guilt, the fifth estate deciphers one of the most compelling and distressing confessions in Canadian criminal history with the help of people who know the art of interrogation better than anyone else. Investigation and arrestJessica Lloyd, 27, had vanished on January 28, 2010. Investigators identified distinctive tire tracks left in snow near her home. One week after her disappearance, the Ontario Provincial Police conducted an extensive canvassing of all motorists using the highway near her home from 7 pm on February 4, 2010, to 6 am on the following day, looking for the unusual tire treads. Williams was driving his Pathfinder that day — rather than the BMW he usually drove — and an officer noticed the resemblance of his tire treads. These were subsequently matched to the treads near Lloyd's home.On February 7, 2010, the CFB Trenton base commander was at his newly built home in Ottawa, where his wife lived full-time and he lived part-time, when he was called by the OPP in Ottawa and asked to come in for questioning. During the 10-hour interview he confessed to the numerous crimes of which he was later convicted. Early the next morning Williams led investigators to the woman's body in a secluded area on Cary Road, about 13 minutes away from where he lived. Williams was also charged in the death of Corporal Marie-France Comeau, a 37-year-old military flight attendant based at CFB Trenton, who had been found dead inside her home in late November 2009.Along with the murder charges, Williams was charged with breaking and entering, forcible confinement, and the sexual assault of two other women in connection with two separate home invasions near Tweed, Ontario in September 2009. According to reports, the women had been bound in their homes and the attacker had taken photos of them.Williams was arraigned and remanded into custody on Monday, February 8, 2010. The Canadian Forces announced that day that an interim commander would soon be appointed to replace him (Dave Cochrane took over 11 days later), and removed his biography from the Department of National Defence website the following day.Hours after the announcement of Williams' arrest, police services across the country reopened unsolved homicide cases involving young women in areas where Williams, a career military man, had previously been stationed. According to news reports, police began looking at other unsolved cases based on a full statement that Williams gave to police.A week after his arrest, investigators reported that, along with hidden keepsakes and other evidence they had found in his home, they had matched a print from one of the homicide scenes to his boot.In addition to the four primary incidents, the investigation into Williams includes probes into 48 cases of theft of women's underwear dating back to 2006. In the searches of his Ottawa home, police discovered stolen lingerie that was neatly stored, catalogued, and concealed.In April 2010, Williams was placed on suicide watch after he tried to kill himself by wedging a stuffed cardboard toilet paper roll down his throat.ConfessionOn February 7, 2010, Williams was interrogated at Ottawa Police Service headquarters by Detective Sergeant Jim Smyth, a member of the Ontario Provincial Police's Behavioural Sciences Unit. The interview started at 3 p.m. and by 7:45 p.m. he was describing his crimes. The interrogation lasted approximately ten hours. Excerpts of the confession were shown in court at Williams' sentencing hearing on October 20, 2010.In the confession, Williams gave details of his crimes, including the sexual assaults in Tweed and 82 break-ins and thefts. Some of them occurred in Ottawa homes within walking distance of his Orleans, Ontario home where he lived with his wife. Other break-ins and thefts occurred in Belleville, and in Tweed, where the couple had had a cottage since 2004.He also told police where they could find evidence, including hidden keepsakes, inside the Ottawa home. The couple had moved to a new house two months before he was interrogated by police. He told Detective Sergeant Jim Smyth where police could find the thousands of images he took of Lloyd and Comeau and the two women he sexually assaulted. He then identified on a map where he dumped Lloyd’s body. A video of the interrogation was made available to the public and was posted online by several newspapers and on YouTube.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/2/202357 minutes, 24 seconds
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11 UNFORGETTABLE 911 CALLS MADE BY KIDS & ADULTS

11 UNFORGETTABLE 911 CALLS MADE BY KIDS & ADULTSTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/2/202328 minutes, 57 seconds
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Haunting 911 Emergency calls

Haunting 911 Emergency calls
9/2/202340 minutes, 10 seconds
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Child Predator Brings Pizza to Teen’s House, meets To Catch A Predator Chris Hansen instead

Child Predator Brings Pizza to Teen’s House, meets To Catch A Predator Chris Hansen insteadTo Catch A Predator Jeffrey Sokol FULL Police Interrogation44-year-old Jeff Sokol groomed what he thought was a thirteen-year-old girl named Bailey online. He had many creepy and sexual conversations with her, including asking her if she trims her pubic hair, telling her that he will want to be intimate with her when they meet, and talks of drawing up a “marriage contract“ in order for it to be legal to have sex with her. On October 3rd, 2015, he drove for two-and-a-half hours from his home in Boston to Fairfield, where he had planned to stay with the girl while her mother was away on business.[1][2][3]BustHe picked up a pizza, and once at the house, he tried to hug Nellie, but was rejected. The two chat for a while, discussing the pizza, their looks, and the marriage contract briefly. Jeff also takes a pill which he claimed was for his stomach before he ate. A door can be heard creaking in the hidden room, which startles Sokol. When Nellie leaves to investigate, Chris Hansen enters. At first Sokol believed Hansen was the girl's father. During the interview he is arrogant, cold, dismissive and egotistical. He casually (and loudly) eats the pizza during his interview with Hansen, even laughing off many of Hansen's questions.He went on to offer Chris a slice of pizza during the interview, which Hansen politely declined. During the course of the interview, Chris questioned him about a marriage contract which he believed would absolve him of legal issues. During his police interrogation, he admits to no wrongdoing and blames society on why he was arrested. The detective interviewing Sokol combats nearly every point the latter tried to use to defend himself.Sokol ultimately was sentenced to seven years and had to serve 30 months. He also had to register as a sex offender for ten years and be on probation for the remainder of his sentence.Jeff Sokol was very unpopular with lawyers, as he went through three different attorneys. Sokol was sentenced to 30 months, pleading guilty to his crimes of attempted 2nd degree sexual assault, attempted risk of injury to a minor, and enticing a minor by computer.Sokol's lawyer pointed out that the pill Sokol took while in the sting house was not a sexual enhancement pill, but a Cholestyramine pill, used for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). According to the lawyer, Sokol had suffered from IBS since high school, and that this made him put on a "mask". Sokolʻs lawyer stressed that Sokol is indeed a "nice guy" who has a job and is nice to his parents (who accompanied Sokol during court hearings). Sokol's lawyer also stated that the content from HvP, broadcast on National TV, YouTube etc., was not really how Sokol normally "behaves", and that Sokol was humiliated, not only from what was uploaded, but also from comments made about him.Sokol had undergone a psychiatric exam in which electrical sensors were somehow attached to his genitals, and he was then shown pictures of children. Sokol's lawyer stated he "passed with flying colors." It was also said Sokol has learning disabilities, OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), and minor psychiatric issues, but does not have any major psychiatric issues, e.g. schizophrenia. It is also noted he was a drinker and smokes pot.Sokol's lawyer had weak arguments for the judge, at one time saying, "...but a hundred years ago, your honor, the age of consent in the United States was nine...then it was raised to twelve and then to thirteen and then eventually to what it is today." He also said, "So what he is being sent to jail for today, was something that a hundred years ago was not a crime."Unimpressed, the judge remained still-faced.When it was Sokol's turn to speak to the judge, he tried to convince the judge that he was a nice person. He then blamed the decoy for being flirty and inviting. He became upset when the judge, while reading Sokol's sentencing, stated he was convinced that Sokol's plan was to get "Bailey" drunk and have sex with her. Apparently exasperated, Sokol reacted by turning his head away and rolling his eyes. It was not mentioned in HvP, but Sokol didn't just bring pizza, but also vodka
9/2/202321 minutes, 7 seconds
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Investigators question Chris Watts' alleged mistress about relationship and murders

Investigators question Chris Watts' alleged mistress about relationship and murdersIn this two-hour audio clip, Chris Watts’ alleged mistress, Nichol Kessinger, tells investigators intimate details of their relationship and what she knew about his family and the murders. WARNING: The clip contains graphic content. You can read more about the new cache of documents and see other videos released by the 19th Judicial District Attorney’s Office on Thursdaynichol kessinger police interview,chris watts mistress police interview,police interview chris watts mistress,full interview chris watts mistressInvestigators question Chris Watts alleged mistress about relationship and murdersTrue Crime Podcast 2023
9/1/20232 hours, 10 minutes, 27 seconds
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Serial Killer Michael Gargiulo (Hollywood Ripper) Documentary

Serial Killer Michael Gargiulo (Hollywood Ripper) DocumentaryMichael Thomas Gargiulo (born February 15, 1976)[1] is a convicted American serial killer[3] and rapist. He moved to Southern California in the 1990s and gained the nickname The Hollywood Ripper. He was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and sentenced to death on July 16, 2021Description of crimesGargiulo is a native of Glenview, Illinois, where he may have stabbed his neighbor, 18-year-old Tricia Pacaccio, to death on her backdoor step. Her body was found by her father the next morning on August 14, 1993.[5][6] Gargiulo moved to Los Angeles in 1998, allegedly to escape the scrutiny of police in Illinois,[7] and committed two murders and an attempted murder in Southern California between 2001 and 2008.On February 21, 2001, he stabbed 22-year-old Ashley Ellerin 47 times to death in her home in Hollywood. Ellerin's injuries included a neck wound that nearly severed her head, and deep punctures to the chest, stomach, and back. Some of her wounds were up to six inches deep.[8] According to detective Tom Small, one stab wound "actually penetrated the skull and took out a chunk of skull like a puzzle piece."[8] On the night she was murdered, Ellerin had planned a date including dinner and drinks with actor Ashton Kutcher.[9]On December 1, 2005, Gargiulo stabbed 32-year-old Maria Bruno, his neighbor, to death at her home in El Monte, California.[10] She was stabbed 17 times.[8]Gargiulo attempted to murder another neighbor, 26-year-old Michelle Murphy, in her home in Santa Monica on April 28, 2008.[11] She fought off the attack, and blood matching Gargiulo's DNA was found at the scene.[12]Arrest and prosecutionGargiulo was arrested by the Santa Monica Police Department on June 6, 2008. On July 7, 2011, the Cook County State's Attorney charged Gargiulo with the first-degree murder of Tricia Pacaccio.[13] Although Gargiulo was charged in the two California murders as well as the Pacaccio murder in Illinois, police did not link him to any other murders.[5] Gargiulo allegedly told authorities in the Los Angeles County Jail that just because 10 women were killed — and his DNA was present — does not mean he murdered anyone, leading investigators to believe that there are more victims.[5]Media in Los Angeles dubbed Gargiulo the "Hollywood Ripper" as well as the "Chiller Killer."[13][14] Gargiulo was held at Los Angeles County Jail while awaiting a capital murder trial.[15] A pre-trial hearing was held on June 9, 2017, in Los Angeles Superior Court with his trial scheduled to begin in October 2017.[16] After delays, his trial began on May 2, 2019.[9][17] In May 2019, actor Ashton Kutcher testified about the crimesSerial Killer Michael Gargiulo Hollywood Ripper DocumentaryTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/1/202359 minutes, 39 seconds
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"Bald Beaver Hunter" Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator John Elliot

"Bald Beaver Hunter" Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator John ElliotBald Beaver Hunter came to have sex with a 12 year old girl (though the agent says 13). He was arrested instead and got 7 years in the state penitentiary. Footage original police footage, for public interest in a high profile case. If you feel bad about him, go read his disgusting chat log and think of the child porn he had. The recording at the end of the video is his phone call with the decoy.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories PodcastBald Beaver Hunter came to have sex with a 12 year old girl (though the agent says 13). He was arrested instead and got 7 years in the state penitentiary. Footage original police footage, for public interest in a high profile case. If you feel bad about him, go read his disgusting chat log and think of the child porn he had. The recording at the end of the video is his phone call with the decoy.Bald Beaver Hunter Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator John ElliotTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/1/20231 hour, 13 minutes, 12 seconds
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2 Hours Of The Most Insane Police Stories Of r/Police Reddit Compilation

2 Hours Of The Most Insane Police Stories Of r/Police Reddit CompilationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
9/1/20232 hours, 5 minutes, 17 seconds
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Serial Killer Daniel Blank Documentary - Mechanic Held in Series of Killings

Serial Killer Daniel Blank Documentary - Mechanic Held in Series of KillingsMechanic Held in Series of KillingsPolice in Louisiana Say Gambling Habit Motivated SuspectBy Christopher Cooper - The New York TimesNovember 17, 1997LaPLACE, La.— At the Airline Motors lunch counter in sugar-cane country, a rifle-shot away from the muddy churn of the Mississippi River, the talk about Daniel J. Blank is as straightforward as the food served here: he was a gifted mechanic, a quiet customer with deep blue eyes, a family man who drank his coffee black.But last week Mr. Blank was jailed, arrested on three charges of first-degree murder. The local authorities said he had confessed to six murders, including a double bludgeoning of an elderly couple just across the street from the diner.His arrest, a big event in a town that often goes a year without a killing, stirred the memory of a waitress, Gloria Vicknair. Only a few months ago, Mr. Blank, the son of a sugar-refinery worker, emerged from the video poker stall in the back of the restaurant and asked her to change two crisp $100 bills, a lot of money for a man who usually ordered only black coffee.Ms. Vicknair said she made the change but thought nothing of it. ''They say it's always the quiet ones that'll surprise you -- he was extra quiet,'' she said after the arrest was announced. ''Of course, I was lucky. He went after wealthy people. I work for a living, thank God.''A quest for the big win and lust for a piece of the American dream, the police said, was what drove Mr. Blank to kill six elderly residents within 20 miles of his family's home in the River Parishes, a water-bound stretch of chemical plants and sugar cane between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Most of the dead were elderly; most were found in their homes with their pockets turned inside out. Nearly all had at least a nodding acquaintance with Mr. Blank. One couple survived being beaten and shot, Leonce Millet Jr. and his wife, Joyce, both 66, of Gonzales.The authorities said Mr. Blank had killed to feed a gambling habit. He favored slot machines and video poker, acquaintances said, and visited many different gambling parlors.Toward the end of his suspected string of killings, Sheriff Wayne Jones of St. John the Baptist Parish said, it became apparent that Mr. Blank was either on an extraordinarily lucky streak or was up to no good. The authorities estimate that he had stolen as much as $200,000, much of which he was believed to have squandered at the casinos.''He was without question a gambling addict,'' Sheriff Jones said. ''I guess you could say his income didn't quite correspond with his life style.''He has confessed to these murders, the authorities said, which occurred between October 1996 and June 1997: Victor Rossi, 41, of St. Amant; Barbara Bourgeois, 58, of Paulina; Lillian Philippe, 71, of Gonzales; Sam Arcuri, 76, and his wife, Louella, 69, of LaPlace, and Joan Brock, 55, of LaPlace. Mr. Blank is to be arraigned in LaPlace on Monday.The police have given little information about the case, saying only that a tip had led to the arrest. But their relief is obvious.''It was the first homicide we had experienced since 1986,'' Chief Bill Landry of Gonzales said. ''We weren't prepared. We had to retrain ourselves.'' His office handled three of the cases -- one murder in April and a double murder attempt in July.Acquaintances and family members said that since the killings began late last year, Mr. Blank had lived at a notch or two above transient status, making three moves in the River Parishes and then moving in the summer to a small resort town in eastern Texas. Mr. Blank was taken into custody in Onalaska, Tex., on Friday, about four months after he reportedly tried to buy a four-bay automobile repair shop there for $65,000 in cash.During this time, Mr. Blank periodically appeared at his boyhood home, a jumble of trailers and frame structures in Paulina, west of LaPlace, to report on his new fortune.Once, Mr. Blank, known as Bone to his family, wheeled into the dusty yard on a shiny red Suzuki motorcycle.On two other occasions, he arrived with huge cardboard copies of checks from casinos in nearby Kenner and Baton Rouge. The checks, payable to Daniel Blank, totaled $33,000. ''Daniel went to casinos pretty often,'' said Mr. Blank's sister, Sally Blank, a 34-year-old cosmetology student and one of eight siblings. ''He said he won big, and he showed us the papers to prove it. He told us they took his picture at the casino.''Sally Blank said the family had taken her brother at his word and had been shocked by his arrest. Her brother had been in trouble before, Ms. Blank said, but not since he was a teen-ager.''He burned down a building when he was a teen-ager and had to go to reform school,'' Ms. Blank said. 'But a lot of teen-agers get in trouble. I don't think he did it. At least not all alone, not all by himself.''Mr. Blank had apparently been living quietly in Onalaska, a small town a few hours from Houston, in a double-wide trailer with his wife, Cindy, and their four children. He was working as a mechanic out of a former muffler shop he leased from Don Evans, a retiree in Onalaska.''What happened was the mayor referred him to me, said he was looking to buy a piece of property,'' Mr. Evans said. ''I leased him the shop, although he did offer to buy it. Said he'd pay me $65,000 in cash.''That kind of scared me,'' Mr. Evans said. ''I refused.''Mr. Evans said he was later told by his 12-year-old daughter, a friend of Mr. Blank's 12-year-old daughter, that Mr. Blank had made a fortune playing video poker machines.To Mr. Evans, Mr. Blank was an expert mechanic. ''I've been at this for 35 years,'' Mr. Evans said, ''and just from talking to him I knew he must have been born and raised a mechanic. That boy knew transmissions inside and out.''I don't know about all that gambling nonsense. It seemed to me he was interested in being successful in business and living in a way he'd never been able to as a kid.''The problem was, Mr. Evans said, Mr. Blank was nearly broke when the Louisiana and Texas authorities surrounded his trailer on Friday.Among the items recovered, according to news accounts from Texas, was a cane-cutting knife, apparently smeared with blood and hair.Mr. Evans locked the repair shop after Mr. Blank's arrest. As he went through the jumbled contents of the office, he said, he came across the latest bank statement for Daniel's Automotive.''He had $123 in it, and 11 cars in the lot waiting to be repaired,'' Mr. Evans said.''Thank God they arrested him,'' Mr. Evans said. ''I'll tell you what, I think he was just about ready to do it again.''
8/31/202343 minutes, 24 seconds
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What Was It Like Meeting A Serial Killer Before They Were Caught?

What Was It Like Meeting A Serial Killer Before They Were CaughtTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/31/202335 minutes, 3 seconds
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4 Hours of Reddit's Scariest TRUE Stories

4 Hours of Reddit's Scariest TRUE Stories
8/31/20233 hours, 53 minutes, 20 seconds
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Royce Teets Police Interrogation Murdered Fiancé Point-Blank Range with AK-47

Royce Teets Police Interrogation Murdered Fiancé Point-Blank Range with AK-47 Teets was arrested on July 11, 2016 on a premeditated murder charge in the shooting death of his fiancee, Terri Lynn Coolidge.Teets shot her at point blank range with an AK-47 after the two had an argument about his infidelity.According to a police report, Teets claimed his fiancée was an alcoholic who had gotten mad at him earlier in the day for texting to and speaking with other women.Police said Teets left to go drinking with friends and returned home to an irate Coolidge. He claimed that Coolidge broke a mirror in their bedroom and told him, "I'm going to kill you.""She was extremely drunk," Teets said in the interrogation video.According to the report, Teets went to the bedroom closet where he keeps two AK-47s and grabbed one of them before Coolidge could take it. Teets said he removed the magazine from the gun and believed that it was empty. He said the argument moved from the bedroom to the living room, where Coolidge was shot.Police said Teets, who is a convicted felon, gave three different versions of how his fiancée ended up dead."Who got the gun out of the closet?" a detective who was questioning Teets asked."When she was running to get it, I ran back there and got it first," Teets said.Teets said the first thing he did after finding the gun was to remove the magazine and throw it on the bed. However, when police found the gun, they found a live round in the chamber.Teets shows a range of emotion in the video, at one point slamming his hand on the table and at another time getting on his knees to pray."Why did you have to die?" Teets said.Teets eventually confessed to the shooting, admitting that he lied to police."How many times have you lied to me today?" the detective asked Teets."I was scared," Teets answered."How many times have you lied to me today?" the detective said. "Just tell me. 10? 20?""A few," Teets said.Teets is charged with first-degree murder.police interrogations,interrogation,interrogations,full length interrogations,interrogation videos,murder interrogations,interrogation confession,police interviews,police interview,confessions,murder confession,true crime,documentary,films,non-fiction,documentaries,crime,real stories,crime documentary,true,full length documentary,jcs inspired
8/30/20231 hour, 58 minutes
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Doctor Death: Britain's Worst Serial Killer (True Crime Documentary)

Doctor Death: Britain's Worst Serial Killer (True Crime Documentary)Britain’s biggest serial killer was a doctor, Dr Harold Shipman. Unsuspected for many years, Dr. Shipman selected his victims from his patient list. There were clues, but who in the community would believe that a doctor would kill his patients? Suspected of killing over 350 people during his career, it was clumsy attempts at forging the will of one of his victims in his own favour that alerted the police and led to his arrest. Found guilty at his trial and jailed for life, Dr Shipman committed suicide never accepting his guilt.Doctor Death Britain's Worst Serial Killer True Crime DocumentaryTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/29/202347 minutes, 54 seconds
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Full Interrogation of Veteran Cop Who Broke Into Women's Homes and Assaulted Them

Full Interrogation of Veteran Cop Who Broke Into Women's Homes and Assaulted ThemWatch the shocking interrogation of Bloomington Police Officer Jeff Pelo. The veteran cop was caught stalking women, sneaking into their homes, and assaulting them before forcing them to do disturbing "cleansing" rituals to wash away evidence. Pelo's first victim was 25-year-old Kristi Mills in April 2003. Two years later, Pelo assaulted three other women, including 28-year-old Sarah Kalmes-Gliege. In June 2008, Jeffrey Pelo was convicted of 35 charges that included 25 counts of aggravated sexual assault. He was sentenced to 440 years in prison in August 2008.
8/29/20231 hour, 1 minute, 43 seconds
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Interrogation of the Father Who Starved His Baby to Death

Interrogation of the Father Who Starved His Baby to DeathWatch the full interrogation of Seth Welch, the man who neglected his newborn child by not feeding her. The presence of THC was also found in the newborn child's system. The child died of chronic malnutrition. Their house was also found with vermin, insects, and mold during the investigation. Welch was charged with homicide felony murder in August 2018. In 2020, he was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/29/202347 minutes, 9 seconds
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'I Touched His Bones': Interrogation of Woman Who Pushed Her Husband Out of a 17-Story Building

'I Touched His Bones': Interrogation of Woman Who Pushed Her Husband Out of a 17-Story BuildingAmber Hilberling pushed her husband Joshua Hilberling out of the window of their apartment after he threatened to leave her on June 7, 2011. Joshua fell 17 stories to his death. Amber was seven months pregnant at the time. Amber claimed that she didn't mean to push him out the window. She then filed a lawsuit against the apartment complex, claiming it resulted from negligence of the building owners. She claimed Joshua "tripped and stumbled into a wall in the living room of the apartment and made contact with a large window." The lawsuit was dismissed in 2015. Amber was convicted of second-degree murder March 18, 2013, and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Watch Hilberling's full interrogation.
8/28/202359 minutes, 9 seconds
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Police Interrogation of Man Who Brutally Killed His Ex-Girlfriend, Unborn Child, and a Police Officer

Police Interrogation of Man Who Brutally Killed His Ex-Girlfriend, Unborn Child, and a Police OfficerMarkeith Loyd shot and killed his wife, along with their unborn child in December 2016. During the manhunt for Loyd, he also fatally shot Orlando Police Lt. Debra Clayton as she attempted to confront him outside of a Walmart. He was arrested days after. Loyd was convicted of first-degree murder of a police officer, attempted first-degree murder, aggravated assault, carjacking with a firearm, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Loyd was sentenced to death in March 2023. Watch Markeith Loyd's full interrogation.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/28/20231 hour, 46 minutes, 56 seconds
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Utah Killer Gets Interrogated By Police After Murdering Homeless Man

Utah Killer Gets Interrogated By Police After Murdering Homeless ManWatch the full police interrogation of North Ogden man Dalton Aiken, after he decided to take a homeless person's life.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/28/202332 minutes, 5 seconds
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Moments After Executing His 3 Sons

Moments After Executing His 3 SonsAn Ohio man is facing murder charges after allegedly lining up his three young sons — ages 7, 4 and 3 — and shooting them execution-style, authorities said. One of the boys tried to flee but Chad Doerman allegedly told police he “hunted him down” and shot him, authorities said.Deputies attempted CPR but the children died at the scene, the Sheriff’s Office said. The children’s mother, 34, who has not been publicly identified, was allegedly shot in the hand while trying to protect her boys from the gunshots, prosecutors said on Friday at Doerman’s arraignment. She was taken to a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Deputies met with her in the hospital to tell her that her sons had been killed. Doerman was arrested without incident and taken to the sheriff’s office for questioning. He has since been charged with three counts of aggravated murder and is being held on $20 million bond.True Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/27/20239 minutes, 24 seconds
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Shocking Tales of the Neverending Night Train

Shocking Tales of the Neverending Night TrainSo, picture this: New York City, skyscrapers, flashing lights, and... a missing Vanderbilt heir. Classic, right? The Ghost, alongside the brilliant Scarlet and the team of talented mavericks, is about to dive headfirst into a mystery that's more tangled than your last headphone cord. And speaking of time... there's this train. Not just any train—the Timeless Train. Well, when a missing heir, a century-old legend, and a seemingly timeless train converge, who ya gonna call? The Ghost!Join our fearless sleuth and her band of mystery-loving mavericks as they chase a phantom train through time. Come aboard for a wild ride, as the team dives into the Vanderbilt family secrets, uncover hidden truths, and navigate unexpected twists. This just might be the most unpredictable adventure yet!
8/27/202355 minutes, 41 seconds
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REAL Bigfoot Encounter Horror Stories COMPILATION in the RAIN and THUNDER

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8/27/20233 hours, 9 minutes, 23 seconds
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TRUE Disturbing Scary Stories told In The Rain - Horror Stories To Fall Asleep To

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8/27/202347 minutes, 39 seconds
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Cops, What Is the Absolute Worst Crime Scene You’ve Seen? TRUE STORIES

Cops, What Is the Absolute Worst Crime Scene You’ve Seen? TRUE STORIESThe 12 Most Disturbing 911 Calls Ever Made SCARY REAL AUDIOChilling 911 CallsThese audio recordings will haunt even the most seasoned true crime listener.et’s be honest, tragic accidents and crimes on the news are commonplace enough that we can easily tune them out these days. With stories out there about serial killers like Ted Bundy and the Zodiac Killer, straightforward murder by intruder can seem almost mundane in comparison. Disturbing content pretty much goes with the territory for true crime fans, but there’s something about these eight 911 calls that will chill even the most desensitized of listeners. This list runs the gamut of gruesome crime from murder to terrorism, and features real recordings that force you to experience the terror of each situation alongside the victim. Be forewarned, in a category of 911 calls, the bar for disturbing is set pretty high.
8/26/202326 minutes, 39 seconds
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Military Officer Serial Killer Russell Williams -Police Interrogation and Confession SHOCKING

Military Officer Serial Killer Russell Williams -Police Interrogation and Confession SHOCKINGBob McKeown deconstructs the interrogation and shocking confession of Russell Williams. From his initial denial to the full declaration of guilt, the fifth estate deciphers one of the most compelling and distressing confessions in Canadian criminal history with the help of people who know the art of interrogation better than anyone else. Investigation and arrestJessica Lloyd, 27, had vanished on January 28, 2010. Investigators identified distinctive tire tracks left in snow near her home. One week after her disappearance, the Ontario Provincial Police conducted an extensive canvassing of all motorists using the highway near her home from 7 pm on February 4, 2010, to 6 am on the following day, looking for the unusual tire treads. Williams was driving his Pathfinder that day — rather than the BMW he usually drove — and an officer noticed the resemblance of his tire treads. These were subsequently matched to the treads near Lloyd's home.On February 7, 2010, the CFB Trenton base commander was at his newly built home in Ottawa, where his wife lived full-time and he lived part-time, when he was called by the OPP in Ottawa and asked to come in for questioning. During the 10-hour interview he confessed to the numerous crimes of which he was later convicted. Early the next morning Williams led investigators to the woman's body in a secluded area on Cary Road, about 13 minutes away from where he lived. Williams was also charged in the death of Corporal Marie-France Comeau, a 37-year-old military flight attendant based at CFB Trenton, who had been found dead inside her home in late November 2009.Along with the murder charges, Williams was charged with breaking and entering, forcible confinement, and the sexual assault of two other women in connection with two separate home invasions near Tweed, Ontario in September 2009. According to reports, the women had been bound in their homes and the attacker had taken photos of them.Williams was arraigned and remanded into custody on Monday, February 8, 2010. The Canadian Forces announced that day that an interim commander would soon be appointed to replace him (Dave Cochrane took over 11 days later), and removed his biography from the Department of National Defence website the following day.Hours after the announcement of Williams' arrest, police services across the country reopened unsolved homicide cases involving young women in areas where Williams, a career military man, had previously been stationed. According to news reports, police began looking at other unsolved cases based on a full statement that Williams gave to police.A week after his arrest, investigators reported that, along with hidden keepsakes and other evidence they had found in his home, they had matched a print from one of the homicide scenes to his boot.In addition to the four primary incidents, the investigation into Williams includes probes into 48 cases of theft of women's underwear dating back to 2006. In the searches of his Ottawa home, police discovered stolen lingerie that was neatly stored, catalogued, and concealed.In April 2010, Williams was placed on suicide watch after he tried to kill himself by wedging a stuffed cardboard toilet paper roll down his throat.ConfessionOn February 7, 2010, Williams was interrogated at Ottawa Police Service headquarters by Detective Sergeant Jim Smyth, a member of the Ontario Provincial Police's Behavioural Sciences Unit. The interview started at 3 p.m. and by 7:45 p.m. he was describing his crimes. The interrogation lasted approximately ten hours. Excerpts of the confession were shown in court at Williams' sentencing hearing on October 20, 2010.In the confession, Williams gave details of his crimes, including the sexual assaults in Tweed and 82 break-ins and thefts. Some of them occurred in Ottawa homes within walking distance of his Orleans, Ontario home where he lived with his wife. Other break-ins and thefts occurred in Belleville, and in Tweed, where the couple had had a cottage since 2004.He also told police where they could find evidence, including hidden keepsakes, inside the Ottawa home. The couple had moved to a new house two months before he was interrogated by police. He told Detective Sergeant Jim Smyth where police could find the thousands of images he took of Lloyd and Comeau and the two women he sexually assaulted. He then identified on a map where he dumped Lloyd’s body. A video of the interrogation was made available to the public and was posted online by several newspapers and on YouTube.
8/26/202357 minutes, 24 seconds
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The Bever Family Massacre: 911 Call and Police Interrogation.

The Bever Family Massacre: 911 Call and Police Interrogation.Teen Brothers Wanted To Become Famous Killers — And They Started By Butchering Their FamilyRobert and Michael Bever thought they would kill their family quickly, like ninjas, before embarking on a cross-country murder spree. For the teenaged Bever brothers, the goal was notoriety. They wanted to have articles written about them. They wanted to be feared. They wanted to kill 500 people, believing the act would make them like gods. Unfortunately for the family of Robert, 18, and Michael, 16, the brothers kicked off their plan at home. On the night of July 22, 2015, they broke out knives they had been stashing, and set about trying to kill each of the seven other members of their household in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. They planned to cut their family down like ninjas, with swift and silent killing blows — all while awaiting a shipment of ammunition, according to authorities on “Killer Siblings” on Oxygen. A bloody, messy reality set in quickly, however, when the boys went after their first victim, 13-year-old Crystal. As one of the Bever boys would later tell police, “It wasn’t like it was on the TV — you cut them once and they die.” After Michael lured his sister into a bedroom under the pretense of showing her something on a computer, Robert grabbed her from behind and slashed her throat. Crystal fought back, and he plunged his knife into her abdomen and arms. The boys’ mother, April, 44, heard the commotion and came upstairs. She was met by Robert, who unleashed a frenzy of at least 48 knife strikes that resulted in “more wounds than I’ve ever seen in any body, ever,” according to one investigator. All the while, somehow, Crystal crawled away to try to protect her younger siblings. The brothers then moved on, room by room. Father David Bever, 52, was stabbed 28 times, and suffered blunt force injuries all over his body, Tulsa World reported. Michael later told police that Robert stabbed their dad with “the biggest knife he had,” according to “Killer Siblings.” Their 7-year-old brother, Christopher, was stabbed six times. When they overtook their younger sister Victoria, 18, they stabbed her 18 times in both sides of her neck, chest, back and upper arm. Daniel, 12, managed to lock himself in a room, where he called 911. Michael managed to convinced his younger brother to open the door by feigning that he was also being attacked by Robert. The brothers came in and stabbed the boy nine times in the back, shoulder and chest. Robert then returned his attention to Crystal, who was bleeding from her neck, arm and abdominal wounds, and tried to finish her off by suffocation. The older brother also planned to cut off his 2-year-old sister, Autumn’s, head, according to local outlet Oklahoma News on 6. At that moment, however, police began banging on the front door. Detective Brett Burton of the Broken Arrow Police Department told producers that when he responded to the call, he could see blood on the sidewalk and the front step, and he heard a faint “help me” coming from inside. It was Crystal. The 13-year-old clung to life, telling police that her brothers had attacked her family. Autumn remained sleeping upstairs, unharmed, throughout the whole ordeal. The brothers escaped out the back of the home, but they were quickly tracked down by a police K-9 in a wooded area. In police photos featured on “Killer Siblings,” Robert and Michael Bever are covered in mud and blood; their clothes are torn and even appear to have bits of flesh on them. “They weren’t upset. They weren’t distraught,” Burton said. “It’s almost like they had a sense of cockiness.” “It looked to me like [one of the boys] had a smirk on his face,” Corporal Leon Calhoun told local ABC affiliate KTUL.The Bever Family Massacre 911 Call and Police Interrogation.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/26/20231 hour, 7 minutes, 51 seconds
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911 Caller During A Terrifying House Invasion

911 Caller During A Terrifying House InvasionMichelle Hall was home alone and recovering from a car accident when a man broke into her house and sexually assaulted her. Hall dragged herself to the kitchen to call 911 when she heard pounding at her basement door, telling the operator that she had a broken heel and was confined to the couch. Because of her injury, Hall was unable to escape when the man appeared in her kitchen and punched her in the face. The recording becomes downright chilling when her pleas and screams are muffled by his hand. Hall remembered him threatening her life before five officers were finally able to subdue the intruder.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/25/20236 minutes, 28 seconds
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Chris Watts Prison Interview, Part 2

Chris Watts Prison Interview, Part 2In February, confessed murderer Chris Watts provided investigators with new details about how and why he killed his pregnant wife Shanann and their two young daughters, Bella and Celeste.chris wattschris watts casechris watts murderchris watts confessionchris watts interviewchris watts prisonwatts family murderwatts murdershanann watts,bella watts,celeste watts,shanann watts murder,bella watts murder,celeste watts murderTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/24/20231 hour, 43 minutes, 34 seconds
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The 12 Most Disturbing 911 Calls Ever Made SCARY REAL AUDIO

The 12 Most Disturbing 911 Calls Ever Made SCARY REAL AUDIOChilling 911 CallsThese audio recordings will haunt even the most seasoned true crime listener.et’s be honest, tragic accidents and crimes on the news are commonplace enough that we can easily tune them out tdhese days. With stories out there about serial killers like Ted Bundy and the Zodiac Killer, straightforward murder by intruder can seem almost mundane in comparison. Disturbing content pretty much goes with the territory for true crime fans, but there’s something about these eight 911 calls that will chill even the most desensitized of listeners.This list runs the gamut of gruesome crime from murder to terrorism, an features real recordings that force you to experience the terror of each situation alongside the victim. Be forewarned, in a category of 911 calls, the bar for disturbing is set pretty highTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/23/202322 minutes, 22 seconds
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20 Serial Killers - Last Words and Interviews - 20 Killers. 16 Executed, 3 Given Life Sentence, And One Ed Kemper.

20 Serial Killers - Last Words and Interviews - 20 Killers. 16 Executed, 3 Given Life Sentence, And One Ed Kemper. 20 Killers. 16 Executed, 3 Given Life Sentence, And One Ed Kemper. This is a compilation of convicted serial killers last words or interviews before execution or death.This video is meant for educational purposes only. Thank you for watching! Viewer discretion for distressing content.
8/23/20231 hour, 19 minutes, 26 seconds
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What is the most disturbing true crime story you know?

What is the most disturbing true crime story you know?True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.
8/23/202326 minutes, 1 second
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Rich Spoiled Karen Meets Karma After Drunk Driving Accident EPIC AUDIO

Rich Spoiled Karen Meets Karma After Drunk Driving Accident EPIC AUDIOOn September 8th, 2022, an officer was dispatched in reference to a car accident. The female was charged with DUI alcohol, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident and improper lane usage. She was released on an I-Bond.True Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/23/202321 minutes, 6 seconds
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Nurse's Aide Charged W/ Sex Crimes Involving Memory Care Patients | FULL Police Interrogation

Nurse's Aide Charged W/ Sex Crimes Involving Memory Care Patients | FULL Police InterrogationA former nurse's aide who pleaded guilty to sex crimes involving memory care patients was sentenced to three years in prison on Tuesday.Godbless Uwadiegwu, 59, of Middletown, pleaded guilty to two counts of gross sexual imposition. He sexually assaulted two women at two different facilities in Warren County.Judge Don Oda sentenced Uwadiegwu to the maximum prison sentence, 18 months on each conviction for a total of three years.Victims and their families didn't attend the sentencing hearing due to airline and COVID-19 issues, but a livestream was available for them to watch it remotely.In addition, victim advocate Erika Bourelle read letters on behalf of the victims and their families.One letter was written by one of the victims herself."Some people may not remember, but I do. This happened on his first day in my building. I needed assistance after using the restroom and he came in to help me wipe," she wrote.The victim described how Uwadiegwu sexually assaulted her."I said, 'Hey, what are you doing?' And he was very shocked and said, 'Oh, I'm sorry. That was an accident,'" the victim wrote. "He takes advantage of people who can't defend themselves, and I think he needs to go to prison for as long as possible."Bourelle read another letter written by the second victim's son. His mother suffers from Alzheimer's and dementia"It is obvious what a sad, pathetic person you are. What kind of monster preys on defenseless women?" he wrote. "Thanks to this terrible disease, there is less and less of my mother, but she has moments of clarity, times when mom is back. Her eyes are clear and she is exactly how I remember her. We live for those moments. Unfortunately, when it comes to the sexual assault, my mother remembers."He said Uwadiegwu used to bring his mother gifts and candy to gain her trust. Instead, he betrayed it."My mother doesn't remember much these days, but she remembers you and what you do did. So, she is left with shame and fear. That is the impact on my mother," he wrote.On Tuesday, Uwadiegwu spoke for the first time publicly. He didn't admit to any wrongdoing. He said he was just doing his job."I have been a missionary. I lived in a church, and I have been working to help people in this field," Uwadiegwu said. "As a caregiver, I put empathy in my work in helping people."Uwadiegwu said the job of a caregiver is a very serious job and sometimes he had to clean patients."I really apologize if there was any way to think I have done anything I shouldn't do," Uwadiegwu said. "It never came across my mind at any time. Please believe me."Uwadiegwu faces similar charges in Butler County.
8/22/20233 hours, 33 minutes, 30 seconds
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Friends of Cold Blooded Killers, How Did You React When You Found Out?

Friends of Cold Blooded Killers, How Did You React When You Found Out?True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations 911 Calls True Police Stories PodcastFriends of Cold Blooded Killers How Did You React When You Found Out
8/22/202326 minutes, 42 seconds
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Israel Keyes is the most terrifying serial killer you’ve probably never heard of - Serial Killer Documentary

Israel Keyes is the most terrifying serial killer you’ve probably never heard of - Serial Killer DocumentaryIsrael Keyes is all of your worst fears personified into one of the most terrifying serial killers of the 21st century.February 1, 2012, began like any other day at work for 18-year-old Samantha Koenig, but it ended in unspeakable tragedy.Finishing up her shift at the Common Grounds coffee stand in downtown Anchorage, Alaska, the young barista was approached by a man wearing a ski mask who ordered coffee – a man who would later be named as Israel Keyes.After Samantha handed him the order, Keyes pulled out a gun and demanded money, and the terrified teen quickly complied.Forcing himself inside the stand, Keyes tied the young woman’s hands together with zip ties before forcing her into his white Ford Focus, where she tried – and failed – to escape the abductor, who held a gun to her head and said he would kill her if she tried again.Driving around town with Samantha still bound in the vehicle, Keyes explained to the terrified teen that this was simply a kidnapping for ransom and that if she cooperated, she’d be returned to her family unharmed.Keyes kept Samantha alive for several hours and even drove back to her coffee stand to retrieve her mobile phone. He then used it to send a fake text message to her boyfriend, who was due to pick her up after her shift.The text read: “Hey, I’m spending a couple of days with friends, let me dad know.”Keyes took Samantha to his property, where he tied her up in a shed. He turned his radio up so no one could hear her screams and pleas for help.After demanding Samantha’s address, Keyes made his way to retrieve her ATM card from her boyfriend’s truck.In a gut-wrenching twist, while stealing the debit card, Keyes was confronted by Samantha’s boyfriend – who was already on edge after discovering Koenig was not at work when he arrived to pick her up as well as having received the strange text message from her phone earlier, which had, in fact, been sent by Keyes.Thinking he was a random burglar attempting to break into his car, Samantha’s boyfriend ran inside to get help, while Keyes fled.Returning to his property, Keyes poured himself a glass of wine as he returned to his shed and raped a sobbing Samantha.He then strangled her to death.Keyes returned inside, packed for a pre-planned cruise in New Orleans, woke his daughter for school, and left for the airport.Returning to Anchorage on February 17, 2012, Keyes began preparing a ransom note, but first, he decided to remove Samantha’s body from the cupboard.He applied makeup to Samantha’s face – frozen and lifeless – before unsettlingly sewing her eyes open with fishing line to give her the appearance of being alive. He then took a Polaroid of her “holding” up that day’s newspaper.
8/22/20231 hour, 27 minutes, 33 seconds
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The Sleep Walker Murderer | Randy Herman Jr Interrogation

The Sleep Walker Murderer | Randy Herman Jr InterrogationRandy Herman was convicted of first-degree murder for the brutal stabbing death of his childhood friend, Brooke Preston, who he claimed he killed while sleepwalking.It was a case with an unusual defense and one that ultimately the jury didn’t buy.The defense team for Randy Herman Jr. tried to argue during his murder trial that he was sleepwalking when he brutally stabbed his roommate and childhood friend 21-year-old Brooke Preston to death inside their Florida home in 2017.He had a long history of sleepwalking which dated back to childhood. Herman, who had a habit of self-medicating with alcohol and had previously been convicted of two DUIs, had been on a drinking binge in the days before the stabbing, the Miami New Times reported in 2019. He estimated that he drank around 30 beers during one of the last days he spent with Preston, who was gearing up to leave and move in with her boyfriend. That and his frequent lack of decent sleep were brought up as contributing factors that the defense said caused him to sleepwalk.During his trial, Herman pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, with sleepwalking being the psychological affliction. His defense called Dr. Charles Patrick Ewing, a forensic psychologist, to the stand who testified that it usually takes some time to fall into a deep sleep, the kind of sleep that sleepwalking is believed to occur during. However, he also testified that it’s possible for someone to fall into a deep sleep immediately, especially when drinking and sleep deprivation are involved. Herman had claimed that he had spoken to Preston just minutes before killing her. He testified that he remembers waking up in his bed to Preston coming into his room to talk about a shirt he was giving her. Just minutes later, he remembered stabbing Preston to death but believed he was dreaming, according to him. The new Hulu documentary “Dead Asleep” notes the theory that the memory of him being awake just minutes before the slaying could have been a dream or an imagined memory. Still, it was that specific memory that jurors pointed to as the reason for why they ultimately convicted Herman in 2019. “The way that the jurors explained it to me was when they put the timeline together they felt that he couldn’t have returned back to a deep sleep,” “Dead Asleep” director Skye Borgman said in an interview earlier this month. “Circumstances including prior behavior, alcohol use, his sleep patterns, I think he [Ewing] said it’s possible that he could have [been sleepwalking and in a deep sleep] but also possible that he could not have returned back to sleep.”She said that ultimately jurors determined that the timeline the way that they saw it, if he didn’t imagine that interaction with Brooke, then he would not have been able to have returned to a deep sleep state.The timeline was such a big motivating factor for them in seeing how this sequence of events played out,” she said. “They felt more convinced that he wasn’t sleepwalking at the time.”Heman, now 28, was sentenced to life behind bars. Last month, Herman filed a motion to try to get his conviction vacated. He wants a new trial and argues that his defense was wrong to claim that sleepwalking was a mental illness, the Palm Beach Post reported.
8/21/20231 hour, 29 minutes, 12 seconds
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Son 'boiled mom's head in pot' after 'killing parents who cut off his allowance'

Son 'boiled mom's head in pot' after 'killing parents who cut off his allowance'WARNING GRAPHIC DETAILS Joel Guy Jr is accused of murdering dad Joel Snr and mum Lisa and trying to dissolve their bodies in the "house of horrors" in Tennessee after they told him they'd stop supporting him financiallyA son brutally murdered his parents before dismembering them and boiling his mum's head on a stove, a court heard.Shocked investigators were confronted with a "diabolical stew of human remains" at the home of Joel Guy Snr and his wife Lisa.Joel Guy Jr allegedly use acid to try and dissolve his mum and dad's remains after stabbing them to death in the House of Horrors.Stunned investigators discovered Lisa's head boiling in a pot, and Joel Snr's severed hands on his bedroom floor.Both their torsos were found wrapped in plastic in their bathroom in Knox County in Tennessee.Prosecutors claim Guy murdered his parents the day after they refused to stop paying his bills at a Thanksgiving dinner in November 2016.He tried to use chemicals to destroy Joel Snr, 61, and 55-year-old Lisa's remains, it is alleged.The court heard the killer was told by his mum and dad that they were going to stop supporting him financially.true crime,true crime stories,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,true crime daily,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2022,true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2022,true crime daily full episodes,True Crime Stories Podcast 2022
8/21/202356 minutes, 26 seconds
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911 Caller During A Terrifying House Invasion

911 Caller During A Terrifying House InvasionMichelle Hall was home alone and recovering from a car accident when a man broke into her house and sexually assaulted her. Hall dragged herself to the kitchen to call 911 when she heard pounding at her basement door, telling the operator that she had a broken heel and was confined to the couch. Because of her injury, Hall was unable to escape when the man appeared in her kitchen and punched her in the face. The recording becomes downright chilling when her pleas and screams are muffled by his hand. Hall remembered him threatening her life before five officers were finally able to subdue the intruder.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/21/20236 minutes, 28 seconds
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Chris Watts Prison Interview, Part 1

Chris Watts Prison Interview, Part 1In February, confessed murderer Chris Watts provided investigators with new details about how and why he killed his pregnant wife Shanann and their two young daughters, Bella and Celeste.Chris Watts Prison Interview Part 1True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/20/20232 hours, 58 minutes, 19 seconds
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"Bald Beaver Hunter" Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator John Elliot

"Bald Beaver Hunter" Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator John ElliotBald Beaver Hunter came to have sex with a 12 year old girl (though the agent says 13). He was arrested instead and got 7 years in the state penitentiary. Footage original police footage, for public interest in a high profile case. If you feel bad about him, go read his disgusting chat log and think of the child porn he had. The recording at the end of the video is his phone call with the decoy.Bald Beaver Hunter Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator John ElliotTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/20/20231 hour, 13 minutes, 12 seconds
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Interview With A Serial Killer Cannibal Arthur Shawcross Who Killed 2 Children and 11 Prostitutes (True Crime Documentary)

Interview With A Serial Killer Cannibal Arthur Shawcross Who Killed 2 Children and 11 Prostitutes (True Crime Documentary)There is no doubt that Arthur Shawcross is a psychopath. Found guilty of killing 2 children and 11 prostitutes his tales of cannibalism and mutilation have made him one of America's most notorious serial killers. That he killed 13 people by asphyxiation is certain.Interview With A Serial Killer Cannibal Arthur Shawcross Who Killed 2 Children and 11 Prostitutes True Crime DocumentaryTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/20/202344 minutes, 24 seconds
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Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police Interrogation

Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police InterrogationMCurley was a person of interest in the 1974 slaying but detectives said there wasn't enough evidence to tie him to the case 46 years ago.Texas company used a new forensic process to create a full DNA profile of the suspect from evidence pulled off the victim's clothing -- only partial profiles were obtained before.A Tarrant County Grand Jury has indicted a 77-year-old man in connection with a cold case that went unsolved for nearly half a century.Glen Samuel McCurley was indicted on a charge of capital murder for his role in the death of Carla Jan Walker, a 17-year-old Western Hills High School junior who was kidnapped and murdered in 1974.According to police, Walker was abducted, held captive, and sexually assaulted before being murdered and left in a ditch after a Valentine's Day dance.Investigators alleged that McCurley snatched Walker from the passenger seat of her boyfriend's car in a bowling alley parking lot.Walker's boyfriend, Rodney McCoy, told police that a man pointed a gun at him and threatened to kill him before something hit him in the head, knocking him unconscious.McCoy told police he later woke up to find Walker was gone and blood coming from his head.Walker's body was found three days later in a culvert near Benbrook Lake. Police said she had been beaten, raped, strangled, and tortured alive for two days after her disappearance.DNA evidence recovered from clothing and a bra worn by Walker on the night she was killed was sent to Othram, a private lab in The Woodlands.The DNA profile created at Othram was used to narrow the search to three brothers with the last name McCurley.According to police, Glen Samuel McCurley had been identified as a person of interest during the initial investigation in 1974 because he owned a gun, a .22 Ruger, that matched a magazine found at the crime scene.Detectives spoke to McCurley during the initial investigation, but they did not pursue McCurley again following the 1974 interview until the DNA profile match was found in GEDMATCH.Police collected trash from a bin in front of McCurley's residence in July of 2020, and they were able to determine that the items matched the male DNA profile found on Walker's clothing.On Sept. 10, 2020, police said they returned to McCurley's home and spoke to both him and his wife, during which time McCurley told the same story that he told detectives in 1974. He said he didn't kill anyone and did not know Carla Walker.McCurley agreed to provide a DNA sample, and six days later, police said they were notified the swabs matched the DNA found on Walker's bra.A warrant for capital murder was then obtained and McCurley was taken into custody without incident. Jail records showed McCurley was being held in the Tarrant County Jail on a charge of capital murder with bond set at $100,000.During a news conference, detectives with the Fort Worth Police Department said they believe the assault and murder were random and that Walker and McCurley didn't know each other.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/20/20232 hours, 23 minutes, 6 seconds
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RACIST, ANGRY, VIOLENT Police Interrogation of Wife Killer Clifford Burns

RACIST, ANGRY, VIOLENT Police Interrogation of Wife Killer Clifford BurnsWARNING: AUDIO CONTAINS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC, AS WELL AS RACIST, LANGUAGE AND DESCRIPTIONS. SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND THIS MATERIAL DISTURBING AND UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.Warren County Sheriff's deputies question Clifford Burns on the night he is alleged to have fatally stabbed his wife, Patricia Burns.As Patricia Burns heaved her ham out of the freezer, she was looking forward to a quiet Christmas.It was December 22, 2013, and Patricia, 42, was spending the festive season at home with her daughters, Megan, 22, Harley, 16, and Autumn, 14.The family had been through so much.Patricia’s marriage to Clifford Burns, who was dad to Harley and Autumn, had been rocky.The couple met when Patricia was working at a Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through.Clifford had pulled up and decided there was something he fancied more than a doughnut.So he asked Patricia for her number.At first he’d seemed like a great catch – he had his own business, was a keen fisherman, and doted on Megan, her little sister Christalin and brother, Nick.But after their ’97 wedding, Clifford became violent.His traumatic past was often cited as the reason behind his abuse – he’d witnessed his father’s violence towards his mother.So Patricia gave him the benefit of the doubt, taking him back time and time again.Together they had their two girls, Harley and Autumn.She moved into a new apartment with the kids and began working as a nurse at a hospice, and also got a five-year restraining order against Clifford.Patricia began another relationship. But this new man also had a temper and was slapped with a restraining order after assaulting her, firing a gun into the ceiling and then having a standoff with police.Now, all Patricia wanted was a peaceful Christmas.Autumn texted her dad to wish him Merry Christmas, even though he’d not been in touch for eight months.His reply, which came as Patricia was defrosting the ham, was chilling.I have a special gift coming soon, something for everyone to talk about, and it will be hand-delivered on foot, not by car, it read.Autumn interpreted the message as a threat. Harley and Megan agreed, so they showed the text to their mum.'Is he going to come here and kill us?'‘Is he going to come here and kill us?’ Megan asked.But Patricia wasn’t concerned.‘No Megan, he’s mean, he’s evil, but he’s not that evil,’ she said.Despite her mum’s lack of concern, Autumn tapped back a reply.Get it together, I know what you think you want to do, and believe me that won’t end well, she wrote in the message. The only reason you feel so bad is because of what happened between your parents.Christmas EveTwo days later, on Christmas Eve, Harley went to do some last-minute shopping.Patricia, Megan and Autumn remained at home, preparing Christmas dinner in the kitchen.This time, Patricia was preparing a turkey.Then there was a knock at the door.On the other side of it was a masked man in army fatigues. He was carrying a large hunting knife.The man grabbed Patricia and held her against the wall. Then he plunged the knife into her stomach.'Megan ran over, grabbing the man and pulling his mask off.'Megan ran over, grabbing the man and pulling his mask off. It was Clifford.‘Call the cops!’ Megan screamed to Autumn, who was frozen in terror.Clifford continued to stab their mum, before turning the knife on Megan, slashing her arm.Patricia, bleeding profusely, pleaded with her ex to stop.As Autumn called an ambulance, Megan ran out of the house, but her stepdad followed her.Approaching her, he ran off when diners at a restaurant nearby came out.Paramedics arrived, rushing them to the hospital – but Patricia didn’t make it.The beloved mum died from multiple stab wounds to her stomach and chest.
8/19/20235 hours, 13 minutes, 42 seconds
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Serial Killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer's FULL Confession to Police CHILLING!

Serial Killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer's FULL Confession to Police CHILLING!Ontario Provincial Police conducted a 2½-hour-longinterview on Oct. 5, 2016, in which the former nurse described thekilling of patients in her careTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/19/20232 hours, 34 minutes, 29 seconds
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Fathers, When Did You Learn That Your Kid Wasn't Yours?

Fathers, When Did You Learn That Your Kid Wasn't YoursTrue Cheating Stories 2023 Best of Reddit NSFW Cheating Stories 2023
8/19/202323 minutes, 58 seconds
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British Nurse Lucy Letby Murdered 7 Babies FULL STORY

British Nurse Lucy Letby Murdered 7 Babies FULL STORYBritain’s most prolific child killer was brought to justice. Her crimes make her the most prolific child murderer in modern British history. The 33-year-old attacked her tiny victims ‘in plain sight’ – injecting air into their bloodstreams or feeding tubes, causing them to collapse and die. She was also convicted of trying to murder six other newborns by poisoning them with insulin, overfeeding them milk, tampering with their breathing tubes or assaulting them. Manchester Crown Court was told that doctors at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Cheshire repeatedly went to managers to try to blow the whistle but their concerns were dismissed. It wasn’t until the deaths of two identical triplets in 23 hours in June 2016 that Letby was finally removed from the ward and the unexpected deaths and collapses stopped.#breakingnews #uknews #lucyletby #exclusive #lucyletbytrial #documentaryTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories PodcastLucy Letby: The Inside Story | Lucy Letby Documentarylucy letby,lucy letby trial,the trial of lucy letby,lucy letby latest,lucy letby podcast,podcast,podcasts,the trail of lucy letby podcast,lucy letby baby o,lucy letby trial today,lucy letby court,lucy letby why,lucy letby nurse,lucy letby speaks,lucy letby documentary,breaking news
8/19/202343 minutes, 22 seconds
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Police Interrogation of Former Police Chief For Murder

Police Interrogation of Former Police Chief For Murdern October 2017, Hardin, then 50 years old, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, admitting that he had killed James Appleton. Appleton pulled into a parking lot on Gann Ridge Road in Gateway, Arkansas on February 23, 2017, to talk with his coworker and brother-in-law on his cell phone. A passerby saw the pickup and a blue Chevrolet Malibu parked behind it.The driver of the Malibu waved him around, the passerby told police, and when he was a few hundred yards away, he heard a bang and saw the Malibu speed toward him, before turning onto the dirt road where Hardin lived. With his family. And his blue Malibu. His wife Linda thought he had been outside spreading grass seed, but the passerby knew Hardin all his life. He was sure it was him.Hardin was sentenced to 30 years in prison and was required to provide a DNA sample to the state. It was a match. Hardin had never even been a suspect, but on February 7, 2019 Hardin pleaded guilty to two counts of rape, finally closing the 1997 case. Hardin received 25 years on each of the two counts, which are running concurrently with his murder sentence. All in all, Hardin will serve at least 21 years of the 30-year murder sentence, and then another 14, before he is first eligible for parole at age 84.Hardin had worked for four police agencies. He was fired from one, allowed to resign from one rather than be fired and resigned from two, always claiming his separation was on higher ground. For example, he claimed to have left Fayetteville Police Department because other officers were stealing and his work environment became intolerably hostile after he reported their theft. He resigned after seven months from Huntsville, stating that he refused to treat people unfairly, as was expected of him. A couple of departments later, and he found himself filing for unemployment. And being denied.Hardin returned to the private sector, but kept his toe in law enforcement, serving two one-year terms as volunteer constable in Benton County. In 2016 Hardin became chief of police in Gateway, resigning after four months to earn an associate's degree in criminal justice at Northwest Arkansas Community College.Hardin was working in corrections when he was arrested for Appleton's murder.Hardin is now #168541 at Arkansas DOC's North Central Unit, where — apart from the whole murder and rape thing — he has no major disciplinary violations, has completed an anger management course, and in October 2017 was determined to be minimum risk classification.To this day no one knows why he killed Appleton.
8/18/20231 hour, 31 minutes, 27 seconds
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People who killed in self defense, what’s your story?

People who killed in self defense, what’s your story?True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.True crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people.The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.[1][2] True crime comes in many forms, such as books, films, podcasts, and television shows. Many works in this genre recount high-profile, sensational crimes such as the JonBenét Ramsey killing, the O. J. Simpson murder case, and the Pamela Smart murder, while others are devoted to more obscure slayings.True crime works can impact the crimes they cover and the audience who consumes it.[3] The genre is often criticized for being insensitive to the victims and their families and is described by some as trash culture.Podcasts with a true crime theme are a recent trend. The 2014 true crime podcast Serial broke podcasting records when it achieved 5 million downloads on iTunes quicker than any previous podcast.[24][25][26] As of September 2018, it has been downloaded more than 340 million times.[27] It has been followed by other true crime podcasts such as Dirty John, My Favorite Murder, Up and Vanished, Parcast series such as Cults, Female Criminals and Mind's Eye, Someone Knows Something, and many more.[28]Podcasts have now expanded to more sites such as Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and many more. They exist to provide others an easy way to learn about true crime murders and mysteries. Spotify has an expanding number of true crime podcasts with Rotten Mango, Conviction American Panic, Bed of Lies, Catch & Kill among many more. This genre has been on the rise as psychologist, Amanda Vicary, said her report found “women were most drawn to true crime stories that gave them tips for spotting danger and staying alive”.[29]It's been speculated that fear could play a role in the popularity of true crime podcasts. These podcasts often recount horrific crimes, which triggers the fear response and the release of adrenaline in the body. Due to the possibility of bingeing podcasts, adrenaline rushes can be experienced in quick bursts.[30] Another explanation for the popularity of true crime podcasts is due to the serialized nature of crime, in which events happen one after another. Podcasts that explore a crime episodically can utilize this aspect in their storytelling#TrueCrime #TrueCrimeStories #TrueCrimePodcast
8/18/202327 minutes, 45 seconds
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LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus Murder Suspect - Full Length Police Interrogation Video

LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus Murder Suspect - Full Length Police Interrogation VideoFull Length Police Interrogation VideoSherri Rasmussen (February 7, 1957 – February 24, 1986) was an American woman found dead in February 1986 in an apartment she shared with her husband, John Ruetten, in Van Nuys, California. Rasmussen had been beaten and shot three times in a struggle. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) initially considered the case a botched burglary, and the crime remained unsolved.Rasmussen's father believed that Stephanie Lazarus, an LAPD officer, was a prime suspect. Detectives who re-examined the cold case files in 2009 were eventually led to Lazarus, by then herself a detective. A DNA sample she unknowingly discarded was matched to one from a bite on Rasmussen's body that had remained in the files. Lazarus was convicted of the murder in 2012 and is serving a sentence of 27 years to life for first-degree murder at the California Institution for Women in Corona.Lazarus appealed the conviction, claiming that the age of the case and the evidence denied her due process. She also alleged that the search warrant was improperly granted, her statements in an interview prior to her arrest were compelled, and that evidence supporting the original case theory should have been admitted at trial. In 2015, the guilty verdict was upheld by the California Court of Appeal.[5]Some of the police files suggest that evidence that could have implicated Lazarus earlier in the investigation was later removed, perhaps by others in the LAPD. Rasmussen's parents unsuccessfully sued the department over this and other aspects of the investigation. Jennifer Francis, the criminalist who found key evidence from the bite mark, unsuccessfully sued the City of Los Angeles, claiming she was pressured by police to favor certain suspects in this and other high-profile cases and was retaliated against when she brought this to the LAPD's attention.
8/18/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 2 seconds
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Best Police Stories of Reddit 3.5-Hour Compilation

Best Police Stories of Reddit 3.5-Hour CompilationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/18/20233 hours, 37 minutes, 45 seconds
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A Mystery of Missing 411 in Yosemite You Will Not Believe

A Mystery of Missing 411 in Yosemite You Will Not BelieveMissing 411 #horrorstories #missing411 #scary #shortsvideo #viral #trending #shorts #short #asmrJourney into the heart of mystery with Missing 411. Yosemite National Park's serene beauty belies a perplexing enigma – over the decades, nearly 40 individuals have vanished without a trace within its breathtaking expanse. From vibrant youths to seasoned hikers, the unexplained nature of their disappearances raises chilling questions. Join us on this expedition as we delve deep into the unknown, confronting shadows, unraveling enigmas, and seeking to unveil the truth behind these perplexing vanishings. 🌲🔍 missing411 #YosemiteMysteries The Dark Web Vlogs l They Call Me The Ghost The outrageous and unbelievable happening in our world, in story format. Join the conversation!
8/17/202358 minutes, 3 seconds
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Park Ranger's Scariest Supernatural Encounters In The Woods

Park Ranger's Scariest Supernatural Encounters In The Woodspark ranger stories,creepy pasta,scary park ranger stories,missing 411,park rangers scariest supernatural encounters in the woods,park ranger stories true,park ranger stories swamp dweller,park ranger stories reddit,park ranger stories scary,missing 411 david paulides,missing 411 yosemite national park,true park ranger stories,missing 411 stories,missing 411 the hunted,park ranger stories mr creeps,park ranger stories corpse husband,true scary stories 2023
8/17/20234 hours, 28 minutes, 48 seconds
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'Uncaring' 911 dispatcher lectures drowning woman moments before she died FULL AUDIO

'Uncaring' 911 dispatcher lectures drowning woman moments before she died FULL AUDIOPolice released disturbing audio of an Arkansas woman who called for help in the final moments of her life, drowning in her car, only to be met with mockery and disdain by the dispatcher.Debbie Stevens, 47, was on her regular paper route in Fort Smith Saturday, Aug. 24 when a flash flood swept up her car. Panicking, she dialed 911."Please help me, I don't want to die!", Stevens begs on the call that lasted 22 minutes. "I can't swim! I'm scared! I'm going to drown!"The dispatcher, Donna Reneau, who was working her final shift after giving her notice two weeks earlier according to the Fort Smith Police Department, replied flippantly telling her authorities will get there when they get there and that she's not going to die, at one point telling her to "shut up."As the water slowly filled Stevens' SUV, she responded: "I'm scared. I've never had anything happen to me like this before."Stevens pleaded for help and prayer but received a lecture: "Well this will teach you, next time don't drive in the water," Reneau responds. "I don't see how you didn't see it, you had to go right over it, so."Authorities responded to the scene 12 minutes after she dialed 911, but because of the floodwaters, it took more than an hour to reach Stevens' vehicle -- and by the time police and firefighters were able to secure the car, Stevens had drowned.Fort Smith Interim Police Chief Danny Baker described Reneau's response as "calloused and uncaring at times" in a statement, but he added to KHBS that she did nothing "criminally wrong" nor "violated policy.""I completely understand the disgust and the concern that we all have," Baker said. "We all hope that we would get a little better response."
8/17/202322 minutes, 39 seconds
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Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw Interrogation AUDIO (complete)

Former Oklahoma City Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw Interrogation AUDIO (complete)Daniel Ken Holtzclaw (born December 10, 1986) is an American former Oklahoma City Police Department patrol officer who was convicted in December 2015 of multiple counts of rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, and other sexual charges.[4]Holtzclaw was convicted of eighteen counts involving eight different women. According to the police investigators, Holtzclaw abused his position as an officer by running background checks to find information that could be used to coerce victims into sex.[1] During the trial, the defense questioned the victims' credibility during cross-examination, bringing up their criminal records.[5] Of the thirteen women who accused Holtzclaw, several had criminal histories such as drug arrests, and all of them were African American.[6] The prosecution argued that victims were deliberately chosen by Holtzclaw for these reasons.[7]Holtzclaw pleaded not guilty to all charges. On December 10, 2015, he was convicted on 18 of 36 charges, and on January 21, 2016, he was sentenced to 263 years in prison.[8][9][10]Jason Flom (a founding Board Member of the Innocence Project), right-wing commentator Michelle Malkin and others have supported Holtzclaw's claims of innocence. On August 1, 2019, Holtzclaw was denied an appeal by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals, which upheld both his convictions and prison sentence. The defense petitioned the Supreme Court of the United States on the basis that merging seventeen cases together "strains credulity". On March 9, 2020, the Supreme Court refused the petition.
8/16/20232 hours, 13 minutes, 51 seconds
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Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police Interrogation

Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police InterrogationTim Jones confesses to killing his five children in interview audio played during trialIn an audio recording of a police interview played during the trial of Tim Jones contains his confession of killing his five children.LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - After more than three weeks of testimony, a jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Timothy Jones, Jr., a Lexington County man accused of murdering his five children in 2014.The jury concluded that Jones has been found guilty on all five counts of murder in the deaths of his children.The second phase of the proceedings is the sentencing phase and that will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday. Because the state is seeking the death penalty, the jury is now responsible for determining his punishment.The jury had four options for their verdict: guilty, guilty but mentally ill, not guilty by reason of insanity, or not guilty. Jones pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.A grand jury indicted Jones, Jr. in 2014 on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children – Mera, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abigail, 1. For Mera, Elias, Gabriel, and Abigail, the indictments state the children were killed “by means of strangulation and/or other violent means or instruments.”The bodies of the children were found in garbage bags off of a dirt road in Alabama. Jones, Jr. led authorities to the bodies after being arrested in Mississippi. Jones, who appeared to be under the influence at the time of his arrest, was questioned at the checkpoint by a Smith County, Miss. deputy about an odor of chemicals coming from his vehicle. After further investigation, the deputy found what appeared to be chemicals used to make meth and a street drug known as “Spice.” Investigators also said his Cadillac Escalade was blood-soaked and “smelled of death.”
8/16/202347 minutes, 59 seconds
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Son 'boiled mom's head in pot' after 'killing parents who cut off his allowance'

Son 'boiled mom's head in pot' after 'killing parents who cut off his allowance'WARNING GRAPHIC DETAILS Joel Guy Jr is accused of murdering dad Joel Snr and mum Lisa and trying to dissolve their bodies in the "house of horrors" in Tennessee after they told him they'd stop supporting him financiallyA son brutally murdered his parents before dismembering them and boiling his mum's head on a stove, a court heard.Shocked investigators were confronted with a "diabolical stew of human remains" at the home of Joel Guy Snr and his wife Lisa.Joel Guy Jr allegedly use acid to try and dissolve his mum and dad's remains after stabbing them to death in the House of Horrors.Stunned investigators discovered Lisa's head boiling in a pot, and Joel Snr's severed hands on his bedroom floor.Both their torsos were found wrapped in plastic in their bathroom in Knox County in Tennessee.Prosecutors claim Guy murdered his parents the day after they refused to stop paying his bills at a Thanksgiving dinner in November 2016.He tried to use chemicals to destroy Joel Snr, 61, and 55-year-old Lisa's remains, it is alleged.The court heard the killer was told by his mum and dad that they were going to stop supporting him financially.2022true crime,true crime stories,true cri me stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,true crime daily,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2022,true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2022,true crime daily full episodes,True Crime Stories Podcast
8/15/202356 minutes, 26 seconds
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Stephen McDaniel's First Interview with Macon police after Lauren Giddings' Murder

Stephen McDaniel's First Interview with Macon police after Lauren Giddings' MurderStephen McDaniel's first interview with the Macon Police Department. McDaniel later pleaded guilty in the killing of Lauren Giddings, a Mercer University law student. As part of the plea deal, McDaniel was sentenced to life in prison with the chance of parole in 2041.Macon police interview Stephen McDaniel after Lauren Giddings' disappearanceThis is a video of Macon police interviewing Stephen McDaniel for the first time following the disappearance of his fellow Mercer University law student, Lauren GiddingsStephen McDaniel's First Interview with Macon police after Lauren Giddings MurderTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/15/20232 hours, 1 minute, 42 seconds
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Armanuel Cummings Stabbing Death of 5-Month Pregnant Girlfriend Police Interrogation

Armanuel Cummings Stabbing Death of 5-Month Pregnant Girlfriend Police InterrogationA Jacksonville man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in the stabbing death of his pregnant girlfriend.In April 2017, D'Anna Thorn, 29, who was five-months pregnant, was stabbed to death in her Brentwood home.Jacksonville homicide detectives arrested her boyfriend, Armanuel Nathaniel Cummings, 38, right away. He was charged with two counts of second-degree murder.The 29-year-old mother of three was five-months pregnant when she was allegedly assaulted by her boyfriend in his Jacksonville home.The unborn child and mother died at the hospital.Neighbors said they heard the couple arguing that night
8/14/202327 minutes, 43 seconds
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To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police interview

To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police interview"I thought you was wantin' to be shaved...down there."-Dustin showing that Barber-ism begins at home.Dustin Jacob McPhetridge appeared on the Bowling Green, Kentucky investigation of To Catch a Predator. He is most known for his disability, as well as his outrageous demands while in prison.Dustin McPhetridge was 26 when he arrived at the sting house with the hope of meeting a thirteen year old girl named "Laura" that he thought he was chatting with online. He had a twisted and sordid chat with the girl wanting to shave her privates, get her drunk and have rough anal sex with her. Dustin, the consummate gentleman, gave Laura a choice on where to put his sperm first (mouth, pussy, or ass). He also wanted her to wear a pair of panties for 2-3 days straight and then send them to him. He even sent a picture of a couple having sex. The icing on the cake was when he said that he wanted to have a threesome with her EIGHT year old sister. [1]After a four hour drive, Dustin waddled into the house with an electric razor and KY Jelly and tried to coax the decoy over to do all the twisted things he had on his mind. He instead got to meet Chris Hansen. Dustin went right into victim mode blaming the girl for the situation, saying she led him on.After his arrest, Dustin pulls every pity string he can ranging from his disability to his weight to getting bullied with Sgt. Dudinskie, the officer in charge of his interview. Dudinskie fires back with details of his chatlog that showed Dustin to be a very disgusting predator that hid behind his disability. [2]He was sentenced to five years in prison for traveling across state lines to meet a minor for sex. He was also sentenced to eight years for possession of child pornography. The sentences ran concurrently but because Dustin wasn’t convicted on the CP charge until two years after his first conviction, he actually ended up with a ten year sentence.[3] Dustin was released on lifetime federal sex-offender probation and now helps to run a convenience store in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.Behind the scenesDustin has cerebral palsy. He demonstrated before, during, and after the sting his devious behavior of using his disability to garner sympathy as well as escape trouble. Casey and the lead KBI investigator even said they felt sorry for Dustin when he saw him struggle to enter the house, but kept in mind his reason for showing up at the house was to molest a child.Partway through serving his sentence, he wrote a letter to his convicting judge saying he had learned his lesson and requesting that he immediately be released from serving the remainder of his sentence. If his request was denied, in lieu of release, he requested a walk-in jacuzzi in his cell. Both requests were denied.Dustin was scheduled to be back in court February 2020 due to probation violations, mainly failing his sex offender treatment program, subsequently being kicked out, and polygraph tests asking if he had viewed child pornography since his release. A series of continuances have been given due to Dustin's health, COVID-19 concerns, and scheduling conflicts.[4] Dustin was given yet another continuance September 2021 because his family had paid vacation plans. Recent photos show that Dustin uses a wheelchair. During examination of his counselor, he revealed that Dustin has spent the most time of any offender in the program because he either refuses to own the actions that led him to this point, or makes excuses on why he can't make any positive changes in his life. Dustin also gained the ire from his peers in his classes because they believed his rehabilitation to be a waste of time. Time that could be better invested in their recovery.[5]TriviaDustin apparently "doesn't like lawyers", as he revealed in his police interrogation.Dustin misunderstood Chris when he said he wasn't law enforcement and couldn't arrest him. Dustin thought Chris meant that no arrests were going to be made, which was obviously not the case. Dustin brings this up in his interrogation, saying that he wishes Chris didn't "lie" to him about him not going to be arrested.Dustin has a large affection for his mother (due to the fact that she talks people out of pressing charges for the things he does), requesting that she be put in custody of him during his trial. The judge denied his request.Affectionately nicknamed “D-MAC” by fans of To Catch A Predator..He made a handful of wrestling DVDs for professional wrestler Ricky Morton. He lost all the digital footage when cops seized his computer since it also housed his collection of CP. He also ran Morton's website. In a now infamous article on the site made a couple of months before his arrest, he pleads with the wrestling community to donate to Morton's legal fees stemming from his arrest for non-payment of child support.Ricky Morton references Dustin in an interview about the wrestling DVDs, calling him the "cripple boy". Right after, he talks about seeing Dustin on "the predator show".[6]Despite his disability, he served the most time of all those caught in the Bowling Green sting. This is probably because he committed three different crimes in three different jurisdictions. His most serious was the federal crime of crossing states lines to commit crimes involving children.
8/14/20231 hour, 28 minutes, 1 second
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Alek Minassian — FULL police interrogation of Canadian Terrorist Attacker CREEPY!

Alek Minassian — FULL police interrogation of Canadian Terrorist Attacker CREEPY!Alek Minassian was arrested as the driver in the deadly 2018 Toronto van attack, a careful and skillful Toronto police detective interrogated him for close to four hours. Minassian couldn’t keep much to himself. This is the full interrogation video, as released to me by order of Justice Anne Molloy of Ontario Superior Court in response to a request National Post made, joined by other news organizations. True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/13/20232 hours, 53 minutes, 48 seconds
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Investigators describe how shooting that killed Gwinnett County teen unfolded

Investigators describe how shooting that killed Gwinnett County teen unfoldedIn Tuesday's trial, a jury heard testimonies from the mother of Tori Lang, witnesses and the cops who found Lang's body.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/12/20231 hour, 7 seconds
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Police Officer Who Shot His Wife in the Head Gets Questioned FULL Police Interrogation

Police Officer Who Shot His Wife in the Head Gets Questioned FULL Police InterrogationThe disturbing interrogation tape of Matthew Boynton unveils his alleged attempt to kill his wife for trying to leave him in Griffin, Georgia.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/12/202328 minutes, 59 seconds
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Anthony Palma Child Killer 30 Year Cold Case Police interrogation

Anthony Palma Child Killer 30 Year Cold Case Police interrogationNeighbor is arrested for 1997 murder of Oklahoma girl, 8 - after he VOLUNTEERED a DNA sample that matchedAnthony Palma, 56, has been charged with the first-degree murder and kidnapping of Kirsten Hatfield The eight-year-old girl went missing from her Midwest City, Oklahoma, home on May 14, 1997 Her body has never been recovered - if she were alive today, she'd be 26DNA found on the windowsill of her bedroom and a pair of her underwear recovered from backyard led to Palma's arrest 18 years after the crimePolice say DNA test results showed a match of one in 293 sextillionPalma served more than a year in prison for assault in the 1980sAn Oklahoma man has been arrested in connection to the cold-case disappearance of his eight-year-old neighbor who was abducted from her bedroom in 1997.Investigators used DNA to link Anthony Palma, 56, to the murder of Kirsten Hatfield, who was reported missing from her Midwest City home on May 14, 1997.An affidavit said Palma gave a DNA sample willingly in June to investigators who were following up on the case. Results showed a match of one in 293 sextillion. Kirsten is presumed dead, although her body has never been found. If she were alive today, she would be 26.Palma was arrested Monday on charges of first-degree murder and kidnapping, according to the affidavit, which was released on Tuesday by Midwest City Police Chief Brandon Clabes. Clabes said investigators are searching Palma's home for any evidence. The suspect lives two houses away from where Kirsten's family lived in 1997.Police tape could be seen around Palma's property on Monday night. The request for his arrest warrant, which was issued Friday by Midwest City Police Detective Darrell Miller, stated: 'There have been no verified sightings or contact from Kirsten since May ... of 1997. Therefore, it can be concluded that she was killed shortly after her abduction.True Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/11/20231 hour, 37 minutes, 14 seconds
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I Found A NSFW Video Of My Sister

I Found A NSFW Video Of My Sister
8/11/202331 minutes, 1 second
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WILD Police Interrogation of Florida's Youngest KlLLER!!

WILD Police Interrogation of Florida's Youngest KlLLER!! Police interview in Jacksonville, Florida Duval County. This was a tragic situation that left a loving homeless man passed away and sent to heaven to soon. The young assassin was surprisingly not affiliated with ATK or KTA.. allegedly but was it gang related? WILD Police Interrogation of Florida's Youngest KlLLERTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/10/20232 hours, 39 minutes, 25 seconds
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Full Police Interrogation of the Predator Who Strangled a 12-Year-Old Girl

Full Police Interrogation of the Predator Who Strangled a 12-Year-OldThis podcast contains the full interrogation of Robert Howard, the man accused of raping and killing 12-year-old Naomi Jones. After five days of Jones missing, her body was discovered by a local fisherman, covered in duct tape, and thrown into a creek close to her mother's apartment. Howard, a registered sex offender, was a suspect because he lived near the apartment complex Jones and her family lived in. Howard was arrested for the murder of Jones on June 7, 2017. The next day while in jail, Howard admitted to strangling Jones and throwing her body over a bridge. On August 18, 2021, Howard confessed again during his trial. He was sentenced to life in prison, without the possibility of paroleTrue Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/9/20232 hours, 23 minutes, 43 seconds
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Were The Lost Roanoke Colony Killed By Werewolves? Real RECENT Roanoke Werewolf Survivor SPEAKS!

Were The Lost Roanoke Colony Killed By Werewolves? Real RECENT Roanoke Werewolf Survivor SPEAKS!In folklore, a werewolf, or occasionally lycanthrope, is a human with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf, either purposely or after being placed under a curse or affliction with the transformations occurring on the night of a full moon. WikipediaThe origins of one of the America’s oldest unsolved mysteries can be traced to August 1587, when a group of about 115 English settlers arrived on Roanoke Island, off the coast of what is now North Carolina. Later that year, it was decided that John White, governor of the new colony, would sail back to England in order to gather a fresh load of supplies. But just as he arrived, a major naval war broke out between England and Spain, and Queen Elizabeth I called on every available ship to confront the mighty Spanish Armada. In August 1590, White finally returned to Roanoke, where he had left his wife and daughter, his infant granddaughter (Virginia Dare, the first English child born in the Americas) and the other settlers three long years before. He found no trace of the colony or its inhabitants, and few clues to what might have happened, apart from a single word—“Croatoan”—carved into a wooden post.werewolf,roanoke,campers,paranormal,supernatural,dogman,sighting,swamp,true stories,true horror,american horror story,drama reconstruction,cryptid,cryptozoology,american werewolf,revolver,roadtrip,ghosthunters
8/9/202314 minutes, 7 seconds
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FULL Police Interrogation of Rapper XXXTentacion KILLER 

FULL Police Interrogation of Rapper XXXTentacion KILLER June 18th, 2018... A well known American Rapper, 20 year old XXXTentacion, whose real name is Jahseh Onfroy... We will call him Triple X, was shot and killed outside of Reva Motorsports in Deerfield Beach FL. In what appeared to be an ambush, 2 masked gunman approached Triple X's BMW, and ultimately shot the rapper before fleeing in an SUV. These suspects were later identified as Robert Allen, Trayvon Newsome, Dedrick Williams, and Michael Boatwright. You can see Dedrick Williams and Robert Allen in Reva Motorsports at the same time as Triple X shortly before the incident occurred. Ultimately all of these suspects were arrested... This is the interrogation of Dedrick Williams. The interrogation of the shooter, Michael Boatwright will be coming soon! So make sure you are subscribed with the notifications on! CONCLUSION: In April of 2023 Dedrick Williams Trayvon Newsome and Michael Boatwright were all found guilty of First Degree Murder and armed robbery. Dedrick Williams and Trayvon Newsome both recieved a life sentence for their roles in the murder, while Michael Boatwright, the triggerman, got 2 life sentences. Robert Allen took a plea deal, and testified against the other 3. He pleaded guilty to 2nd degree murder and received a 7 year prison sentence and was credited for the 5 years he already spent in Jail during the process... He should be released in 2025.interrogations,police interrogations,confession,interrogation confession,full police interrogation,interrogation psychology,interrogation and confession,police interrogations and confessions,full interrogation,police interview,true crime,interrogations and confessions,confessions,crime,police,guilty,true crime stories
8/8/202358 minutes, 13 seconds
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Full Police Interrogation Cannibal Murderer Who Used Dating App to Lure College Student 

Full Police Interrogation Cannibal Murderer Who Used Dating App to Lure College Student The full interrogation of 53-year-old Mark Latunski, the man who lured 25-year-old Michigan college student Kevin Bacon through a dating app. Latunski invited Bacon to his home where he stabbed the victim in the back, dismembered parts of his body, and ate them. Latunski was found guilty of murdering Bacon in October of 2022. He has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast#PoliceInterrogation #CannibalMurderinterrogations,police interrogations,confession,interrogation confession,full police interrogation,interrogation psychology,interrogation and confession,police interrogations and confessions,full interrogation,police interview,true crime,interrogations and confessions,confessions,crime,police,guilty,true crime stories
8/8/20233 hours, 10 minutes, 32 seconds
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David Anthony FULL Jail Calls | Murdered Estranged Wife and Disposed of Her Body

David Anthony FULL Jail Calls | Murdered Estranged Wife and Disposed of Her BodyIn March of 2020, Gretchen Anthony began sending texts to family and friends telling them she had tested positive for Covid-19. There was still so much unknown about the virus as the entire world began shutting down. Her family became highly concerned when they couldn’t get her on the phone. Many of the texts from Gretchen were filled with poor spelling and grammar. Then she stopped sharing her phone location with her 12 year old daughter. The last text anyone received from Gretchen said she was being transferred to a CDC covid site and would be placed on a ventilator, unable to communicate. After a wellcheck at her home by law enforcement, it became clear that someone was using Covid as an alibi to cover up a horrific crimeTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/7/20232 hours, 27 minutes, 55 seconds
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2 Hours Reddit Compilation of the Most Insane Reddit Confessions

2 Hours Reddit Compilation of the Most Insane Reddit ConfessionsTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/7/20232 hours, 1 minute, 15 seconds
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Ghost Mission: Emily's Possession - a Cosmic Confrontation

Ghost Mission: Emily's Possession - a Cosmic ConfrontationWhen we received the call about Emily's possession, we thought it was just another routine exorcism. Little did we know that we were about to face an otherworldly evil unlike anything we've encountered before. As my team and I dive deeper into the mysteries surrounding Emily's possession, we uncover a web of supernatural and disturbing phenomena that defies explanation. The exorcism chamber is the battleground, as our team faces temptations and taunts from the malevolent force. We work with Scottish priests, and with the help of a sacred relic, and our own courage, we stand firm against this unparalleled evil. Take a listen, and get ready to be transported to a world where the boundaries between reality and the beyond blur. It's a thrilling ride of suspense, terror, and the unexplained – one that will leave you questioning what lies beyond the stars - a true battle between good and evil that will have you on the edge of your seat.The Dark Web Vlogs I They Call Me The Ghost
8/7/202359 minutes, 25 seconds
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FULL Police Interrogation of Accused 'Suitcase Murderer' Sarah Boone

FULL Police Interrogation of Accused 'Suitcase Murderer' Sarah BooneFlorida detectives interrogate Sarah Boone, who is accused of murdering her boyfriend Jorge Torres Jr. by locking him in a suitcase on the night of February 23, 2020. During the interrogation, Boone maintains her innocence even when detectives play a video obtained from her cell phone showing her allegedly taunting Torres Jr. while he's inside the suitcase. Boone's pre-trial for the murder of Torres Jr. is scheduled for August 16.True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories PodcastFULL Police Interrogation of Accused Suitcase Murderer Sarah Boone
8/6/20231 hour, 55 minutes, 50 seconds
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Full Police Interrogation of the The Hairdresser Killer

Full Police Interrogation of the The Hairdresser KillerIn May 2018, hairdresser Joleen Cummings went missing and was never found. Her co-worker, Kimberley Kessler was convicted of her murder and will spend the rest of her life in prison. The two worked together at Tangles Hair Salon in Fernandina Beach. True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations 911 Calls True Police Stories Podcast
8/5/20231 hour, 1 minute, 52 seconds
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Police Interrogation of Man Who Killed 'American Sniper' Chris Kyle and Friend

Police Interrogation of Man Who Killed American Sniper Chris Kyle and Friend police interrogate Eddie Ray Routh, the man convicted of murdering "American Sniper" hero Chris Kyle and his best friend Chad Littlefield.True Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/5/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 33 seconds
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Police Interrogate Taylor Schabusiness After She Beheaded and Dismembered Shad Thyrion

Police Interrogate Taylor Schabusiness After She Beheaded and Dismembered Shad ThyrionThe prosecution played a portion of Taylor Schabusiness’ interview with Green Bay police after she was arrested for the murder of Shad Tyrion in February 2022. The Wisconsin woman confesses to killing Thyrion and details each gruesome act she performed on the victim’s body, including strangling him with a dog chain and sawing his bones with a kitchen knife#TaylorSchabusiness #Interrogation True Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/5/20231 hour, 24 minutes, 29 seconds
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Ghost Mission: Emily's Possession - a Cosmic Confrontation (Preview)

Ghost Mission: Emily's Possession - a Cosmic Confrontation (Preview)When we received the call about Emily's possession, we thought it was just another routine exorcism. Little did we know that we were about to face an otherworldly evil unlike anything we've encountered before. As my team and I dive deeper into the mysteries surrounding Emily's possession, we uncover a web of supernatural and disturbing phenomena that defies explanation.The exorcism chamber is the battleground, as our team faces temptations and taunts from the malevolent force. We work with Scottish priests, and with the help of a sacred relic, and our own courage, we stand firm against this unparalleled evil.Take a listen, and get ready to be transported to a world where the boundaries between reality and the beyond blur. It's a thrilling ride of suspense, terror, and the unexplained – one that will leave you questioning what lies beyond the stars - a true battle between good and evil that will have you on the edge of your seat."Ghost Mission: Cosmic Confrontation" is coming soon, and you won't want to miss it. Stay tuned!The Dark Web Vlogs I They Call Me The GhostEmily's Possession,Supernatural,Malevolent Force,Ancient Evil,Extraterrestrial Beings,Harrowing Journey,Unprecedented Battle,Mystery,Intrigue,Thrilling Adventure,Mind-Bending,Unleashed Chaos,Courageous Team,Otherworldly Entities,Mystical Relic,Blurred Realities,Electrifying Audio Experience,Ghost Mission,Cosmic Confrontation,Evil Entities,Devil possession,demonic possession,Exorcism,Scottish Priests,Evil Infiltration,Alien visitors,Alien attack,Alien
8/4/20231 minute, 55 seconds
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Full Police Interrogation of Monster Who Sexually Abused His Grandchildren 'Molested Them for Years'

Full Police Interrogation of Monster Who Sexually Abused His Grandchildren 'Molested Them for Years'Abraham Grajales was brought in for questioning in February 2017 for the sexual abuse of his two granddaughters. The abuse took place between the ages of four to 13 years old before the girls finally told their parents. Grajales faced multiple counts of abuse-related charges, but the case against him could not be proven because of no evidence or witnesses. Grajales was placed on probation for 10 years with permanent registration as a sexual predator after accepting a plea deal on seven charges. Watch the full interrogation of the family tormentor.SexualPredatorCase #PoliceInterrogationTrue Crime Podcast 2023 - Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
8/4/20231 hour, 1 minute, 16 seconds
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Satan Gave Me Supernatural Powers REAL INTERVIEW

Satan Gave Me Supernatural Powers REAL INTERVIEWAll Carol Kornacki knew was rejection, molestation and violence as a child. She thought she found the truth in witchcraft, until the spirits turned on her.satan gave me supernatural powers,but god was greater,carol kornacki,carol kornacki testimony,carol kornacki exposing witchcraft,carol kornacki sid roth,sid roth classics,its supernatural! classics,sid roths its supernatural!,its supernatural
8/4/202328 minutes, 7 seconds
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Jonte Harris | Charged with First-Degree Murder of 5-Year Old | Police Interrogation

Jonte Harris | Charged with First-Degree Murder of 5-Year Old | Police Interrogation | Charged with First-Degree Murder of 5-Year Old | Police InterrogationMan indicted in death of girlfriend's 5-year-old daughterJonte Harris charged with 1st-degree murder in death of Zykerria RobinsonA Jacksonville man has been indicted in the October 2018 child-abuse death of his girlfriend's 5-year-old daughter.On Thursday, a Duval County grand jury returned an indictment charging Jonte Harris, 27, with first-degree murder in the death of Zykerria Robinson. Harris entered a plea of not guilty to felony second-degree murder following his arrest last year.Safe Haven of Northeast Florida Founder and Chief Executive Officer Kathy Swafford, who has been by the family's side since Zykerria's death, said they are hoping the indictment will be one step closer to justice. "He needs to do the time," Swafford told News4Jax on Friday, the day after the State Attorney's Office announced the indictment. "He should be charged with first-degree murder.”Harris is the boyfriend of Zykerria’s mother, 26-year-old Michelle Cannimore, who is charged with second-degree murder, child abuse and child neglect in the girl's death. Cannimore entered a plea of not guilty to those charges after her arrest last year.Zykerria died after Cannimore told police that Harris repeatedly struck the girl in the face until she lost consciousness, according to a police report. Cannimore left her daughter on the couch unconscious for nearly five hours before taking her to a hospital, where she died, the report said. An autopsy found the cause of death was blunt impact head trauma.
8/3/20231 hour, 29 minutes, 52 seconds
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Full Press Conference: 'Bone chilling' child abuse case WARNING EXTREMELY DISTURBING

Full Press Conference: 'Bone chilling' child abuse case WARNING EXTREMELY DISTURBINGPolk County Sheriff Grady Judd discusses 'horrific' case of child abuse that left an incapacitated toddler dead and landed his parents behind bars.crime,grady judd,polk county sheriff grady judd,child abuse,florida,near drowning,florida parents arrested,child dies after nearly drowning
5/31/202314 minutes, 47 seconds
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Journeying to the End of All Things to Unveil the Mystery of the Apocalypse Clock

Ghost Mission: Journeying to the End of All Things to Unveil the Mystery of the Apocalypse Clock Join The Ghost and her elite team on a thrilling mission to unravel the enigmatic secrets of the Apocalypse Clock. As they venture into the depths of the End of All Things, they face relentless challenges, supernatural forces, and the haunting echoes of a forgotten era. With their specialized skills, advanced gadgets, and unwavering determination, they must race against time to unlock the truth and prevent the unimaginable from being unleashed upon the world. Prepare for a heart-pounding journey where the fate of humanity hangs in the balance. Will they prevail or succumb to the darkness that awaits them? Embark on this gripping Ghost Mission and experience a thrilling blend of mystery, action, and the supernatural.
5/25/20231 hour, 7 minutes, 35 seconds
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[2 Hours] Strangest Glitch in the Matrix Stories | Reddit Glitch in Matrix

[2 Hours] Strangest Glitch in the Matrix Stories | Reddit Glitch in MatrixStrangest Glitch in the Matrix Stories,glitch in the matrix stories,glitch in the matrix,glitch stories,true glitch stories,true glitch in the matrix stories,glitch in matrix,matrix stories,glitch in the matrix true stories,glitch in matrix stories,glitch in the matrix compilation,reddit glitch in the matrix,glitches in the matrix stories,glitch matrix stories,glitch in the matrix reddit stories,glitch in matrix reddit,glitch in matric stories
5/11/20232 hours, 16 minutes, 37 seconds
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People who have been clinically dead and came back, how was the other side like

People who have been clinically dead and came back, how was the other side likePeople who have been clinically dead and came back how was the other side like,died and went to heaven,is there an afterlife,near death experiences 700 club,near death experiences interviews,near death experiences storytime,after life,life after death,after death,near death experience,heaven,afterlife,death,god,near death experiences,nde,near death,jesus,is heaven real,news,dead,rev_captions,faith,near death experience heaven,near death experience stories,700 club
5/10/20232 hours, 9 minutes, 56 seconds
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1 Hour Of The Best Moment Lawyers Experienced In Court

1 Hour Of The Best Moment Lawyers Experienced In Court
5/9/20231 hour, 30 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Strange Mystery of the Axeman of New Orleans Murders

The Strange Mystery of the Axeman of New Orleans MurdersAn axe-wielding maniac stalked the streets of the Big Easy, and the only way to avoid slaughter was to play jazz.It was the night of March 19, 1919 and jazz played in New Orleans.Music poured out of private residences, where wealthy white New Orleanians hired bands to play music popularized in a mixed race Red Light District. Nightclubs and bars were packed to the point of overflow. In a city known for its lively atmosphere, this may have been one of the most gig-heavy nights in history.Yet the musicians weren’t playing for love or money. These concerts were borne of fear, ordered by an axe-wielding maniac who claimed to come straight from Hell.For almost a year, the city of New Orleans had been the subject of multiple attacks by a serial killer, an axe murderer who to this day has never been identified. The mysterious figure is known to history as the Axeman of New Orleans. And while it’s impossible to verify whether he’s responsible for all of the murders ascribed to him, it is a fact that from May of 1918 until October of 1919, 12 people were attacked across greater New Orleans—seven of whom died from their brutal wounds.
5/9/202340 seconds
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Woman with 2,500 personalities says they saved her from shocking child abuse

Woman with 2,500 personalities says they saved her from shocking child abuseThe inspiring story of the Aussie woman with over 2000 personalities. How her brain conjured up the different characters to protect her from abuse, and even more incredibly, how they all worked together to bring an evil monster to justice.
5/8/202341 minutes, 25 seconds
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Donald Trump deposition in E. Jean Carroll rape trial FULL AUDIO

Donald Trump deposition in E. Jean Carroll rape trial FULL AUDIOThe full video of a deposition given by former president Donald Trump as part of his civil rape trial has been released. In the video, Trump calls his accuser, writer E. Jean Carroll a “nut job” and “mentally sick.” At one point, he also mistakes Carroll for his ex-wife Marla Maples in a photo.
5/5/202348 minutes, 4 seconds
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Murdering Your Own Child: The Police Interrogation of Larissa Rodriguez

Murdering Your Own Child: The Police Interrogation of Larissa RodriguezLarissa Rodriguez was originally charged with murdering her five year old, among other crimes. She would ultimately plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter, felonious assault, endangering children, and gross abuse of a corpse. Rodriguez was sentenced to 25 years in prison.Her late son, Jordan, was born prematurely, and was non-verbal. He was found buried in a 4-foot by 4-foot grave in the family's backyard, wrapped in blankets and trash bags by Rodriguez and her boyfriend, Christopher Rodriguez, after they woke up to find him dead on September 22, 2017.Jordan’s body was not discovered until December, when a tip from Christopher's brother, who was deployed overseas in Pakistan, led authorities to discover the grave behind the family's home in Cleveland.This is the police interrogation of Larissa Rodriguez in relation to the murder of her own son.
5/3/20231 hour, 14 minutes, 14 seconds
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911 calls show chaotic moments during Louisville bank shooting | FULL 911 CALL

911 calls show chaotic moments during Louisville bank shooting | FULL 911 CALLLouisville bank shooting FULL 911 CALL
5/1/202324 minutes, 18 seconds
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Serial Killer Robert Ben Rhoades Documentary

Serial Killer Robert Ben Rhoades Documentary
4/29/202350 minutes, 6 seconds
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Mindjacked: Big Tech Takeover, Executive Corruption, and Mass Mind Control

Mindjacked: Big Tech Takeover, Executive Corruption, and Mass Mind ControlWhen a small tech start-up creates a breakthrough in virtual reality, their young CEO Ethan becomes obsessed with manipulating the mind. Using the ancient theory of the Four Humors, Ethan believes he can reprogram the brain to align with his twisted worldview. He takes his mission to an underground chamber filled with mysteries, but when The Ghost and a team of skilled operatives infiltrate the chamber, they discover the horrifying truth behind Ethan's grand plan. With time running out, they must stop him before he unleashes his mind control on the world. Will they succeed, or will the Four Humors conspiracy change the course of humanity forever?A Stranger World Than Fiction with The GhostMindjacked Big Tech Takeover, Executive Corruption, Mass Mind Control
4/28/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 1 second
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Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police Interrogation

Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police InterrogationMCurley was a person of interest in the 1974 slaying but detectives said there wasn't enough evidence to tie him to the case 46 years ago.Texas company used a new forensic process to create a full DNA profile of the suspect from evidence pulled off the victim's clothing -- only partial profiles were obtained before.A Tarrant County Grand Jury has indicted a 77-year-old man in connection with a cold case that went unsolved for nearly half a century.Glen Samuel McCurley was indicted on a charge of capital murder for his role in the death of Carla Jan Walker, a 17-year-old Western Hills High School junior who was kidnapped and murdered in 1974.According to police, Walker was abducted, held captive, and sexually assaulted before being murdered and left in a ditch after a Valentine's Day dance.Investigators alleged that McCurley snatched Walker from the passenger seat of her boyfriend's car in a bowling alley parking lot.Walker's boyfriend, Rodney McCoy, told police that a man pointed a gun at him and threatened to kill him before something hit him in the head, knocking him unconscious.McCoy told police he later woke up to find Walker was gone and blood coming from his head.Walker's body was found three days later in a culvert near Benbrook Lake. Police said she had been beaten, raped, strangled, and tortured alive for two days after her disappearance.DNA evidence recovered from clothing and a bra worn by Walker on the night she was killed was sent to Othram, a private lab in The Woodlands.The DNA profile created at Othram was used to narrow the search to three brothers with the last name McCurley.According to police, Glen Samuel McCurley had been identified as a person of interest during the initial investigation in 1974 because he owned a gun, a .22 Ruger, that matched a magazine found at the crime scene.Detectives spoke to McCurley during the initial investigation, but they did not pursue McCurley again following the 1974 interview until the DNA profile match was found in GEDMATCH.Police collected trash from a bin in front of McCurley's residence in July of 2020, and they were able to determine that the items matched the male DNA profile found on Walker's clothing.On Sept. 10, 2020, police said they returned to McCurley's home and spoke to both him and his wife, during which time McCurley told the same story that he told detectives in 1974. He said he didn't kill anyone and did not know Carla Walker.McCurley agreed to provide a DNA sample, and six days later, police said they were notified the swabs matched the DNA found on Walker's bra.A warrant for capital murder was then obtained and McCurley was taken into custody without incident. Jail records showed McCurley was being held in the Tarrant County Jail on a charge of capital murder with bond set at $100,000.During a news conference, detectives with the Fort Worth Police Department said they believe the assault and murder were random and that Walker and McCurley didn't know each other.Police said it appears that over the last four decades, McCurley led a relatively normal life, was married, and had two children. Police also said that McCurley is not a suspect in any other crimes.
4/27/20232 hours, 23 minutes, 6 seconds
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TRUE Disturbing Scary Stories told In The Rain | Horror Stories To Fall Asleep To

TRUE Disturbing Scary Stories told In The Rain | Horror Stories To Fall Asleep To
4/26/202359 minutes, 56 seconds
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True Encounters With Unknown Beings Stories

True Encounters With Unknown Beings Stories
4/25/202346 minutes, 15 seconds
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I'M Fighting Cancer. Wife Cheated Got STI And Tried To Kill Me With Chlamydia To Get My Money Faster

I'M Fighting Cancer. Wife Cheated Got STI And Tried To Kill Me With Chlamydia To Get My Money Faster
4/24/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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Dumbest Patients 3 HOUR Compilation

Dumbest Patients 3 HOUR Compilation
4/24/20232 hours, 44 minutes, 44 seconds
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Casino Employees, What's The Saddest Thing You've Seen?

Casino Employees, What's The Saddest Thing You've Seen?
4/23/202322 minutes, 41 seconds
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Deep Sea Rescue of Key Alien Prisoners - Ghost Mission "Deep Descent"

Deep Sea Rescue of Key Alien Prisoners - Ghost Mission "Deep Descent" The Ghost and Team take a job and are sent on a top-secret mission to the bottom of the ocean, where they must rescue alien prisoners in a time-sensitive mission. Armed with cutting-edge technology and protected by advanced energy fields, the team descends into the deep depths but when they encounter a hostile sea creature, their mission takes a perilous turn. With time running out and their resources limited, the team must use all their skills and ingenuity to overcome the dangers of the deep and complete their mission. Time is running out for the prisoners, their power source, and the two vessels that need to make it to the surface.The Dark Web Vlogs l They Call Me The Ghost
4/21/20231 hour, 6 minutes, 26 seconds
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Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police Interrogation

Tim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police InterrogationTim Jones - Confesses to Killing his Five Children Full Length Police InterrogationTim Jones confesses to killing his five children in interview audio played during trialIn an audio recording of a police interview played during the trial of Tim Jones contains his confession of killing his five children.LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - After more than three weeks of testimony, a jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Timothy Jones, Jr., a Lexington County man accused of murdering his five children in 2014.The jury concluded that Jones has been found guilty on all five counts of murder in the deaths of his children.The second phase of the proceedings is the sentencing phase and that will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday. Because the state is seeking the death penalty, the jury is now responsible for determining his punishment.The jury had four options for their verdict: guilty, guilty but mentally ill, not guilty by reason of insanity, or not guilty. Jones pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.A grand jury indicted Jones, Jr. in 2014 on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children – Mera, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abigail, 1. For Mera, Elias, Gabriel, and Abigail, the indictments state the children were killed “by means of strangulation and/or other violent means or instruments.”The bodies of the children were found in garbage bags off of a dirt road in Alabama. Jones, Jr. led authorities to the bodies after being arrested in Mississippi. Jones, who appeared to be under the influence at the time of his arrest, was questioned at the checkpoint by a Smith County, Miss. deputy about an odor of chemicals coming from his vehicle. After further investigation, the deputy found what appeared to be chemicals used to make meth and a street drug known as “Spice.” Investigators also said his Cadillac Escalade was blood-soaked and “smelled of death.”In an audio recording of a police interview played during the trial of Tim Jones contains his confession of killing his five children.LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - After more than three weeks of testimony, a jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Timothy Jones, Jr., a Lexington County man accused of murdering his five children in 2014.The jury concluded that Jones has been found guilty on all five counts of murder in the deaths of his children.The second phase of the proceedings is the sentencing phase and that will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday. Because the state is seeking the death penalty, the jury is now responsible for determining his punishment.The jury had four options for their verdict: guilty, guilty but mentally ill, not guilty by reason of insanity, or not guilty. Jones pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.A grand jury indicted Jones, Jr. in 2014 on five counts of murder in the deaths of his children – Mera, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abigail, 1. For Mera, Elias, Gabriel, and Abigail, the indictments state the children were killed “by means of strangulation and/or other violent means or instruments.”The bodies of the children were found in garbage bags off of a dirt road in Alabama. Jones, Jr. led authorities to the bodies after being arrested in Mississippi. Jones, who appeared to be under the influence at the time of his arrest, was questioned at the checkpoint by a Smith County, Miss. deputy about an odor of chemicals coming from his vehicle. After further investigation, the deputy found what appeared to be chemicals used to make meth and a street drug known as “Spice.” Investigators also said his Cadillac Escalade was blood-soaked and “smelled of death.”
4/20/202347 minutes, 59 seconds
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Serial Killer Levi Bellfield Documentary

Serial Killer Levi Bellfield DocumentaryLevi Bellfield is an English serial killer, sex offender, rapist, kidnapper and burglar. He was found guilty on 25 February 2008 of the murders of Marsha McDonnell and Amélie Delagrange and the attempted murder of Kate Sheedy, and sentenced to life imprisonment.
4/20/202341 minutes, 38 seconds
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Cops and Law Enforcement People Shared their Encounter with Supernatural

Cops and Law Enforcement People Shared their Encounter with Supernatural🔴🔴 PLEASE Support Us and Help us GROW! https://buymeacoffee.com/Podcasts 🔴 🔴
4/19/202347 minutes, 34 seconds
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Ghosts Chase Me Away From My Cemetery Job!

Ghosts Chase Me Away From My Cemetery Job!What's the Creepiest Paranormal thing that’s Ever Happened to You?
4/18/202356 minutes, 46 seconds
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Intense 911 call of homeowner shooting intruder

Intense 911 call of homeowner shooting intruderA 47-year-old female homeowner called 911 after hearing someone break into her home. While on the phone with the 911 operator the woman shot the intruder, and it was all caught on the 911 recording.This is the entire 911 call, edited only to remove moments of silence from the tape for brevity.
4/16/20236 minutes, 16 seconds
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Ronald Gene Simmons "CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE" murders

Ronald Gene Simmons "CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE" murdersOn December 22, 1987, Ronald Gene Simmons began a killing spree that would be the worst mass murder in Arkansas history and the worst crime involving one family in the history of the country. His rampage ended on December 28, 1987, leaving dead fourteen members of his immediate family and two former coworkers.Ronald Gene Simmons was born on July 15, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois, to Loretta and William Simmons. On January 31, 1943, William Simmons died of a stroke. Within a year, Simmons’s mother married again, this time to William D. Griffen, a civil engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The corps moved Griffen to Little Rock (Pulaski County) in 1946, the first of several transfers that would take the family across central Arkansas over the next decade. On September 15, 1957, Simmons dropped out of school and joined the U.S. Navy. His first station was Bremerton Naval Base in Washington, where he met Bersabe Rebecca “Becky” Ulibarri, whom he married in New Mexico on July 9, 1960.Over the next eighteen years, the couple had seven children. In 1963, Simmons left the navy and approximately two years later, he joined the air force. During his twenty-two-year military career, Simmons was awarded a Bronze Star, the Republic of Vietnam Cross for his service as an airman, and the Air Force Ribbon for excellent marksmanship. Simmons retired on November 30, 1979, at the rank of master sergeant.On April 3, 1981, Simmons was being investigated by the Cloudcroft, New Mexico, Department of Human Services for allegations that he had fathered a child with his seventeen-year-old daughter, Sheila. Fearing arrest, Simmons fled first to Ward (Lonoke County) in late 1981 and then to Dover (Pope County) in the summer of 1983. The family took up residence on a thirteen-acre tract of land that would become known as “Mockingbird Hill.” The residence was constructed of two older-model mobile homes joined to form one large home and was surrounded by a makeshift privacy fence, as high as ten feet tall in some places. The home did not have a telephone or indoor plumbing.Simmons worked a string of low-paying jobs in the nearby town of Russellville (Pope County). He quit a position as an accounts receivable clerk at Woodline Motor Freight after numerous reports of inappropriate sexual advances. He went to work at a Sinclair Mini Mart for approximately a year and a half before quitting on December 18, 1987.Evidence indicates that Simmons bludgeoned and shot his wife on December 22, 1987. Simmons also bludgeoned and shot his visiting son, twenty-nine-year-old Ronald Gene Simmons Jr. He then strangled his three-year-old granddaughter. All three bodies were later found in a shallow pit Simmons had instructed the children to dig months before for a third family outhouse.Later the same day, the Dover school bus dropped off the younger Simmons children for their Christmas break from school. Based on crime scene investigation, it is believed the Simmons children (ages seventeen, fourteen, eleven, and eight) were separated and killed individually, by strangulation and/or drowning in a rain barrel. Their bodies, too, were found in the hole for the outhouse.The older Simmons children had been invited to the Simmons home on December 26, 1987, for an after-Christmas dinner. Twenty-three-year-old William H. Simmons II, his twenty-one-year-old wife, Renata May Simmons, and their twenty-month-old son, all of Fordyce (Dallas County), were likely the first to arrive. William and Renata were shot, and their bodies were left by the dining room table, and covered with their own coats and some bedding. The child was killed and placed into the trunk of a car behind the Simmons home.Next to arrive were Simmons’s twenty-four-year-old daughter, Sheila, and her husband, thirty-three-year-old Dennis Raymond McNulty, as well as their children, seven-year-old Sylvia (the daughter of Sheila and her father) and twenty-one-month-old Michael. Sheila was shot, and her body was laid on the dining room table and covered with a tablecloth. Simmons shot Dennis and strangled Sylvia. Michael was strangled and placed into the trunk of yet another parked car.Later this same day, Simmons drove to Russellville, where he stopped at a Sears store and picked up Christmas gifts that had been ordered but had not made it in before the holiday. Later that night, he drove to a private club in Russellville. Then he went home and waited out the weekend.On Monday, December 28, 1987, Simmons drove a car that had belonged to his son, Ronald Jr., to Russellville. He purchased a second gun from Walmart Inc. His next stop was the Peel, Eddy and Gibbons Law Firm. After entering the building, Simmons shot and killed receptionist/secretary Kathy Cribbins Kendrick. He next went to the Taylor Oil Company, where he shot and wounded Russell “Rusty” Taylor, the owner of the Sinclair Mini Mart where he had worked, and then shot and killed J. D. (Jim) Chaffin, a fireman and part-time truck driver for Taylor Oil. Simmons shot at and missed another employee before exiting the building. Simmons then went to the Sinclair Mini Mart, where he shot and wounded Roberta Woolery and David Salyer. His last stop was the Woodline Motor Freight company. Simmons located his former supervisor, Joyce Butts, and wounded her in the head and chest. He then took worker Vicky Jackson at gunpoint into the computer office and advised her to phone the police. Simmons allegedly told Jackson: “I’ve come to do what I wanted to do. It’s all over now. I’ve gotten everybody who wanted to hurt me.” He surrendered to Russellville police when they arrived.Simmons was sent to the Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock (Pulaski County) for a competency evaluation by staff psychiatrist Dr. Irving Kuo. Kuo found Simmons to be sane and capable of standing trial. Robert E. “Doc” Irwin and John Harris were appointed by the court to represent Simmons. The prosecuting attorney was John Bynum. Jury selection for the first trial took less than six hours. Simmons was convicted on May 12, 1988, in the Franklin County Circuit Court for the deaths of Kendrick and Chaffin. On May 16 Judge John Samuel Patterson sentenced Simmons to death by lethal injection plus 147 years. Simmons refused all rights to appeal.Simmons was found guilty of fourteen counts of capital murder in the deaths of his family members on February 10, 1989, in the Johnson County Circuit Court, with Judge Patterson presiding. Bynum offered a possible motive when he presented an undated note that was discovered in a safe deposit box at a Russellville bank after Simmons’s arrest. The letter seemed to indicate a strong love/hate relationship between Simmons and his daughter Sheila. After the judge ruled the letter admissible, Simmons lashed out at Bynum, punching him the face, and then unsuccessfully struggled for a deputy’s handgun. Officers rushed him out of the courtroom in chains. Simmons was sentenced to death by lethal injection on March 16, 1989. He again waived all rights to appeal.KTHV reporter Anne Jensen conducted a series of interviews with Simmons in February and March 1989. On March 1, 1989, Simmons was found competent to waive his rights to appeal his conviction. However the filing of Whitmore v. Arkansas challenged this right. Reverend Louis Franz and Jonas Whitmore contended that Simmons using his right to refuse appeal in fact jeopardized the appellate rights of other death row inmates. By 7–2 vote, the Supreme Court justices threw out this appeal; however, the ongoing legal proceedings had prevented the execution of Simmons from being carried out. Simmons was watching television and eating what he thought would be his last meal when the news of his stay of execution was announced.On May 31, 1990, Governor Bill Clinton signed Simmons’s second execution warrant for June 25, 1990. This was the quickest sentence-to-execution-to-death time in United States history since the death penalty was reinstated in 1976. Simmons refused all visitors, including legal counsel and clergy. His last words were: “Justice delayed finally be done is justifiable homicide.” No family members claimed the body, so Simmons was buried in a paupers’ plot at Lincoln Memorial Lawn in Varner (Lincoln County).Ronald Gene Simmons CHRISTMAS FAMILY INCEST MASSACRE murders
4/16/202340 minutes, 28 seconds
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4/14/202327 minutes, 4 seconds
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4/13/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 15 seconds
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4/13/202315 minutes, 3 seconds
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4/12/202342 minutes, 32 seconds
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Raging Cannibal: the True Story of Serial Killer Ottis Toole AKA The Cannibal Kid

Raging Cannibal: the True Story of Serial Killer Ottis Toole AKA The Cannibal KidOttis Toole, born at the bottom of the gene pool, retarded and illiterate, had been out of control since early childhood. A severely drug-dependent individual as well as an arsonist, murderer, rapist, and cannibal, he was unsafe under any conditions outside of a secure prison, and perhaps unsafe there. To him, life itself was so unmeaning, and the distinction between living and dead people so blurred, that killing another human being was no more than swatting an annoying fly. Between 1976 and 1982, together with his serial killer buddy, Henry Lee Lucas, Ottis Toole was reported to have committed over three hundred murders. However, the discrediting of the case against his partner in crime, Henry Lee Lucas, for crimes in which Toole had offered collaborating statements created doubts as to whether either was a genuine serial killer or, both merely compliant interviewees who police used to clear unsolved murders from the books. Now, in RAGING CANNIBAL, a screenplay for film by author Brian lee Tucker, offers up a totally new glimpse into the life of Ottis Toole, one never shown before, the eyewitness accounts, personal testimony, and never-before-uncovered evidence providing an in depth loom into one of the most notorious serial killers that ever lived, who was dubbed the nick name, ‘the cannibal kid.’
4/12/202345 minutes, 52 seconds
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Serial Killer Moses Sithole Documentary The "Ted Bundy Of South Africa"

Serial Killer Moses Sithole Documentary The "Ted Bundy Of South Africa"Born in South Africa on November 17, 1964, Moses Sithole is considered one of South Africa's worst serial killers. In 1997, Sithole was found guilty of 38 murders and 40 rapes. A significant number of Sithole's victims were never identified. Sithole would gain access to victims by pretending to be a businessman and offering them work, going so far as to invent a fictional charity organization. Once he had gained their trust, he would offer to walk them through a veld (an Afrikaans word literally meaning "field") to the "business headquarters" until they were out of sight and hearing range; he would then overpower, rape and strangle them. By 1995, he had claimed over 30 victims, igniting a nationwide panic. In some cases, he would call the victim's family and taunt them. In August 1995, Sithole was identified as having been seen with one of the victims; police soon discovered details of his fake business and previous rape conviction. Panicked, he went on the run. He called journalist Tamsen de Beer and identified himself as the killer. At the third call, he gave De Beer a number to call back. The police rushed to the pay phone he was calling from, but they were too late. Shortly after that Sithole contacted his brother-in-law, who promised him to help him get a gun and arranged a meeting. The brother-in-law notified the police, but Sithole sensed a trap at the meeting spot and ran. Police shot him twice when he charged them with an axe, wounding him before taking him into custody. He eventually confessed to the murders. On December 5, 1997, Sithole was sentenced to 50 years imprisonment for each of the 38 murders, 12 years imprisonment for each of the 40 rapes, and five years imprisonment for each of the six robberies. Since his sentences run consecutively, the total effective sentence is thus one of 2,410 years. Justice David Carstairs ordered that Sithole would be required to serve at least 930 years before being eligible for parole (in around 2927). He is incarcerated in C-Max, the maximum security section of Pretoria Central Prison, during this time, press reports stated that he was HIV positive. He receives treatment for the virus while in prison, but his wife and child died of the disease because law abiding citizens do not automatically qualify for any sort of health care coverage until age 65.true crime stories,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2023,true crime stories podcast 2023,serial killers,serial killer moses sithole documentary,the ted bundy of south africa,true crime documentary 2023,serial killers documentaries,moses sithole documentary,moses sithole today,moses sithole south africa,moses sithole now,south africa serial killer,moses sithole,moses sithole victims,moses sithole story,true crime stories youtubers
4/10/202343 minutes, 43 seconds
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4/10/202353 minutes, 43 seconds
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Robert Willy Pickton "The Pig Farm Killer" Serial Killer - Killed 49 Women and Fed Them to Pigs

Robert Willy Pickton "The Pig Farm Killer" Serial Killer - Killed 49 Women and Fed Them to PigsThe Pig Farmer Killer — He Killed 49 Women and Fed Them to PigsOnly to get caught trying to make his tally an “even 50”Robert William Pickton, aka “Willy” was a quiet Canadian man who grew up in a family of pig farmers. His family had been in the business of pig farming for three generations but by the time Pickton and his siblings inherited the pig farm, they’d only raise a few pigs on the farm and sell them to friends and neighbors.They, in fact, sold parts of the inherited land for large sums of money, not having much intention of continuing the family business.However, it wasn’t pig farming that made Willy rather infamous in Canada and the rest of the world. He is known to have murdered as many as 49 women, having been arrested due to his admitted “sloppiness” in trying to make his tally an “even 50” or the “big five-O.”A Contradicting Tale of Quiet Nature and Rave PartiesWilly was described by most of his friends as a pretty “quiet and simple guy” who didn’t really have any visible devious habits that would draw much attention. He wasn’t known to be much of a drinker, or didn’t really do any substance abuse, nor was he ever known to be too violent.After neglecting the original pig farming business inherited from their parents, Willy and his siblings registered a non-profit charity by the name of “The Piggy Palace Good Times Society” with the Canadian government in 1996. They claimed to “organize, co-ordinate, manage and operate special events, functions, dances, shows, and exhibitions on behalf of service organizations, sports organizations, and other worthy groups”. What these not-for-profit events eventually ended up being were a series of rave parties where members of music bands and other partygoers would come and engage in substance abuse and also engage with many sex workers. The events were quite large and attracted as many as 2,000 people.After some complaints about the nature of activities held under the name of the charity, and some ruckus created at a New Year’s Eve party in 1998, police intervened and banned any future parties at the pig farm, and also stripped the non-profit status of the society in the following year for lack of sufficient financial statements.The Murders & The DiscoveryIn March 1997, Willy was first charged for the attempted murder of a sex worker called Wendy, who had been stabbed several times following an argument at the farm.Wendy had managed to grab the weapon off Willy, stabbed him back, and escaped despite being handcuffed by him. Pickton received treatment at a nearby hotel and was also later released on bail. The charges were dismissed in January of 1998.It was later that year that the injunction was brought to the farm and the charity to host any events and parties.One of the workers at the farm, Bill Hiscox, noted that many of the women that visited the farm eventually went missing and reported his suspicions to the local police.In February of 2002, when the police visited the farm with a search warrant, they found multiple items belonging to the missing women. Willy and his brother David Pickton were arrested on charges of owning illegal weapons. While they were later released, police maintained surveillance on the brothers.On further investigation, police suspected Willy of a series of murders of the various missing women, and over the course of the year, Willy was charged for a total of fifteen first-degree murders.Over the next three years, by October of 2005, the tally of the first-degree murder charges had gone up to a staggering twenty-seven.Excavations at the farm continued for over a whole year, and cost about $70mn — making it one of the most expensive investigations in Canada’s history.The excavations revealed cut skulls, broken jaws, and other bodily remains of multiple women including the DNA of as many as 33 different women.Robert Willy Pickton The Pig Farm Killer Serial Killer True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
4/10/202352 minutes, 12 seconds
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4/9/20231 hour, 6 minutes, 35 seconds
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4/8/202348 minutes, 14 seconds
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4/8/202316 minutes, 32 seconds
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4/7/202351 minutes, 56 seconds
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4/7/202327 minutes, 50 seconds
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4/6/202322 minutes, 1 second
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4/6/202322 minutes, 26 seconds
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4/5/202322 minutes, 9 seconds
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4/5/202321 minutes, 12 seconds
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4/5/202347 minutes, 34 seconds
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4/5/202337 minutes, 37 seconds
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"Three legless creatures examined both men aboard their ship." UFO witnesses speak.'The story is very true. That's what has bothered me for 45 years.' UFO witnesses speak.It's a story that has fascinated people for decades. Two Pascagoula men claim they were abducted by aliens while fishing on the Pascagoula River. As was expected by the two men — Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker — their story was often met with skepticism and ridicule..Now, three more witnesses have come forward. All three of them say they saw some sort of flying object with a bright blue light at the same time and in the same area as Hickson and Parker.One of the witnesses says she saw what she originally thought was a man in the water but now believes was one of the aliens. Three legless creatures examined both men aboard their ship"It was Oct. 11, 1973," Parker said. "We'd gotten off work that day, and a friend of mine, he and I went fishing."The old abandoned shipyard; they had a little pier out front and we were on that pier. I'm going to guess it was about six o'clock in the evening. It had just started getting dark, but it was kind of a bright moon."Parker said he saw blue light reflecting off the water and thought law enforcement officers had arrived to tell them to leave the property. However, when Parker looked up, he realized the light was coming from a craft like nothing he'd ever seen."A big light came out of the clouds," Parker said. "It was a blinding light."It was hard to tell with the lights so bright, but it looked like it was shaped like a football. I would say, just estimating, (it was) about 80-foot. (It made) very little sound. It was just a hissing noise."Parker said three legless creatures floated from the craft. One had no neck with gray wrinkled skin. Another had a neck and appeared more feminine. Parker described their hands as being shaped like mittens or crab claws.When one of the creatures put one of its claws around his arm, Parker said he was terrified, but then another feeling came over his body."I think they injected us with something to calm us down," Parker said. "I was kind of numb and went along with the program."Parker said the creatures floated him and Hickson into the craft and performed physical examinations on the two. Then they were taken back to the bank of the river. Hickson, who died in 2011, was very public about his experience. Parker, who now lives in Moss Point, was not and spent much of his life distancing himself from the event. However, he published a book about his experience in 2018 and since, people who had been largely quiet about their experiences that night are now speaking out.Maria and Jerry Blair of Theodore, Alabama are among them.Couple across the river saw same blue light and a flying objectMaria and Jerry were sitting in their 1969 Pontiac GTO in the parking lot of Graham's Seafood on the opposite side of the river. Jerry worked for the business and was waiting on a boat captain to take him offshore. The captain was late and the Blairs waited for hours. Just after dark Maria saw something strange."I was looking at the sky and I noticed a blue light in the sky over where they were fishing," Maria said. "It started moving and it seemed like it was following along the Pascagoula River."I just seen the lights on it. It was just going back and forth. Sometimes it would just sit there. It went on for 20 to 25 minutes."Maria said she initially thought it was a plane, but realized the flight pattern and hovering were not indicative of a plane. Jerry watched it also but didn't think much of it."I thought it was a helicopter initially and just blew it off," Jerry said. "It landed about 150 to 200 yards from us. "I was just north of the bridge and it was just south of the bridge. I was there, but stupid me didn't pay much attention to it. I was just going offshore and thinking about other things."Woman believes she saw one of the aliens in the waterAfter they lost sight of the craft, the two went to put Jerry's clothing and other items on the boat. While walking down the lighted pier, something else caught their attention."We heard this loud, thumping splash in the river," Maria said. "I looked over the side of the pier, and that's when I thought I saw a person in the river."I was looking right down on it. It looked like a person, but there was something different about it. It only came to the surface of the water. As soon as I saw it, it just went back down in the water."Whatever Maria had seen, which she thought was a person in some sort of diving gear, did not resurface. Jerry, who was walking ahead of her and didn't see it, said it must have been a dolphin. She said she is positive it wasn't a dolphin.Jerry went to work that evening and Maria returned home. In following days she heard reports of Parker and Hickson's experience. The descriptions of the aliens matched what she had seen in the water."I thought it was a person, but now I think it was an alien," Maria said. "What Parker described was exactly it."Another woman said UFO made her radio go crazy, car to dieLater that evening, Judy Branning was sitting in a car a few miles away at a traffic signal with her roommate and their dates."We were on a double date that night," Branning said. "We were at a red light at Chicot and Highway 90, and we were basically sitting on the railroad track. I saw some lights, and I wasn't sure what I was looking at because it was so far away."Like the Blairs, Branning thought it was an airplane at first, but as it came closer and flew over the car she was in, the four realized it wasn't."It didn't make noise," Branning said. "It had bright, bright lights."It got closer and it was hovering. It was kind of a saucer shape or disc shape with a rounded top. The radio started sounding like it was running through all the stations and the car went dead. We were freaking out."Branning said after it passed over the car, the craft shot straight up at a rate of speed she'd never seen and disappeared. It left her shaken. "I didn't sleep that night thinking about it," Branning said.'When I saw what Calvin and Charles went through, I kind of backed down'Branning said the four agreed not to say anything about what they saw. She said over the years she told a few people but not many because she was scared of people's reactions. Now 74 years old, she said she does not care if people believe her or not.Maria said she told people what she'd seen but largely stopped talking about it in the weeks following that evening."When you talked about it back then, people thought you were crazy," Maria said. "Back then, when I saw what Calvin and Charles went through, I kind of backed down talking about it."The story is very true. That's what has bothered me for 45 years. It's been on my mind for 45 years."Parker has met with the Blairs and Branning and said he's happy they are now telling their stories publicly."I checked the people out as best I could, and they seem credible," Parker said. "It means a lot to me that that they came forward."Parker feels there are more witnesses out there."I definitely do," Parker said. "There's been two or three people that have contacted me privately that didn't want their names used. 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Quadruple murder suspect tortured young girl, showed no remorse for killings, Sheriff Grady Judd say

Quadruple murder suspect tortured young girl, showed no remorse for killings, Sheriff Grady Judd sayA chance encounter with a former Marine obsessed with delusions of child sex trafficking ultimately led to the massacre of four members of a Lakeland family, including a mother holding her baby boy, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said.Sheriff Judd said Bryan Riley confessed to murdering the family and told detectives he tortured the 11-year-old girl before counting down from three and shooting her multiple times, believing he had killed her as well.Quadruple murder suspect tortured young girll killings, Sheriff Grady Judd
3/24/202336 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mother Buried 5-Year Old Son in Backyard Charged W/ Murder | Interrogation of Larissa Rodriguez

Mother Buried 5-Year Old Son in Backyard Charged W/ Murder | Interrogation of Larissa RodriguezThe mother of a 5-year-old whose body was found in a west side backyard earlier this week has been charged with murder. Here's what led up to the charges against 34-year-old Larissa Rodriguez: A phone call to police from Pakistan regarding a missing 5-year-old named Jordan Rodriguez who had possibly been buried in a backyard by his mother and her boyfriend. The call brought authorities to their home on the 1360 block of West 80th Street on Dec 18.In the call, the man, who said he is in the Air Force and was overseas in Pakistan, told dispatchers that his brother confessed to burying a child in the backyard of his home with his girlfriend after she found the boy unresponsive."It's kind of messed up, the whole situation, but my brother told me something and I just can't sleep at night," he said. "I feel like I need to tell you something."Investigators converged on the woman's home on Monday night. Police searched the house and backyard but didn't find anything. The mother was taken into custody. Police returned the next day.Cleveland police returned to the house with a warrant and were joined in their investigation by the FBI, Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office and the Cleveland Police Scientific Investigation Unit. Authorities started digging in the backyard of the home and human remains consistent with those of a young child were found buried.Inhumane living conditionsAn affidavit filed Dec. 19 from the Cuyahoga County Division of Children and Family Services described the house as "deplorable and unsanitary" and filled with rats and cockroaches. One of Rodriguez's children was seen eating a sandwich with cockroaches in it, according to court documents.Five children — ages 1 to 12 — were removed from the home when the mother was taken into custody. The affidavit said the children were in "immediate danger" because of the conditions in the home and the investigation involving the mother.A neighbor, who said she was good friends with Rodriguez, gave a different account of the woman's parenting abilities. Genny Lopez described the woman as an "awesome mom" and said she didn't believe the stories she was hearing about possible abuse. The mother's storyWhen police originally questioned Rodriguez about the tip they received and the whereabouts of the 5-year-old, she told them the child's aunt had picked up Jordan and taken him to visit his father in Texas on Dec. 2.Rodriguez told police the boy "has special needs and is unable to speak."She was unable to provide a phone number, address or way to contact the boy's father. According to the police report, she referred to Jordan's father as a "donor" who she met on Facebook. Family members told News 5 she had several "donors," and there were multiple men who she met online that later fathered individual children of hers.A history with children and family servicesAccording to Cuyahoga County Division of Children and Family Services, Rodriguez has nine children including Jordan. Her first encounter with the agency happened when she was 15 and was taken from her parent's custody in 1998.Court records show her parents had allowed Rodriguez and her child to live with her abusive boyfriend, who left "bruises and contusions" on her after a domestic violence incident. Documents state the teen's parents were "overwhelmed with the care of their children" and were "unwilling to protect the child."Years later, two of Rodriguez's children were permanently taken from her custody, including a son who was adopted by another family in 2005. According to documents from children and family services, a neglect complaint was filed four days after the child was born on April 3, 2003. A failed systemAna Rodriguez, the sister of the mother in custody, blamed children and family services for not stepping in sooner or following up on tips about the conditions in which the woman's children lived.Rodriguez said she called the agency multiple times about the family, but nothing was ever done.The documents also stated the corpse "exhibited multiple signs of abuse, including broken ribs."Larissa Rodriguez was charged with murder for "purposely causing the death" of her son Jordan.police interrogations,interrogation,interrogations,full length interrogations,interrogation videos,murder interrogations,interrogation confession,police interviews,police interview,confessions,murder confession,true crime,documentary,films,non-fiction,documentaries,crime,real stories,crime documentary,true,full length documentary,jcs inspired
3/24/202355 minutes, 41 seconds
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To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police interview

To Catch a Predator Dustin McPhetridge FULL Police interview"I thought you was wantin' to be shaved...down there."-Dustin showing that Barber-ism begins at home.Dustin Jacob McPhetridge appeared on the Bowling Green, Kentucky investigation of To Catch a Predator. He is most known for his disability, as well as his outrageous demands while in prison.Dustin McPhetridge was 26 when he arrived at the sting house with the hope of meeting a thirteen year old girl named "Laura" that he thought he was chatting with online. He had a twisted and sordid chat with the girl wanting to shave her privates, get her drunk and have rough anal sex with her. Dustin, the consummate gentleman, gave Laura a choice on where to put his sperm first (mouth, pussy, or ass). He also wanted her to wear a pair of panties for 2-3 days straight and then send them to him. He even sent a picture of a couple having sex. The icing on the cake was when he said that he wanted to have a threesome with her EIGHT year old sister. [1]After a four hour drive, Dustin waddled into the house with an electric razor and KY Jelly and tried to coax the decoy over to do all the twisted things he had on his mind. He instead got to meet Chris Hansen. Dustin went right into victim mode blaming the girl for the situation, saying she led him on.After his arrest, Dustin pulls every pity string he can ranging from his disability to his weight to getting bullied with Sgt. Dudinskie, the officer in charge of his interview. Dudinskie fires back with details of his chatlog that showed Dustin to be a very disgusting predator that hid behind his disability. [2]He was sentenced to five years in prison for traveling across state lines to meet a minor for sex. He was also sentenced to eight years for possession of child pornography. The sentences ran concurrently but because Dustin wasn’t convicted on the CP charge until two years after his first conviction, he actually ended up with a ten year sentence.[3] Dustin was released on lifetime federal sex-offender probation and now helps to run a convenience store in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.Behind the scenesDustin has cerebral palsy. He demonstrated before, during, and after the sting his devious behavior of using his disability to garner sympathy as well as escape trouble. Casey and the lead KBI investigator even said they felt sorry for Dustin when he saw him struggle to enter the house, but kept in mind his reason for showing up at the house was to molest a child.Partway through serving his sentence, he wrote a letter to his convicting judge saying he had learned his lesson and requesting that he immediately be released from serving the remainder of his sentence. If his request was denied, in lieu of release, he requested a walk-in jacuzzi in his cell. Both requests were denied.Dustin was scheduled to be back in court February 2020 due to probation violations, mainly failing his sex offender treatment program, subsequently being kicked out, and polygraph tests asking if he had viewed child pornography since his release. A series of continuances have been given due to Dustin's health, COVID-19 concerns, and scheduling conflicts.[4] Dustin was given yet another continuance September 2021 because his family had paid vacation plans. Recent photos show that Dustin uses a wheelchair. During examination of his counselor, he revealed that Dustin has spent the most time of any offender in the program because he either refuses to own the actions that led him to this point, or makes excuses on why he can't make any positive changes in his life. Dustin also gained the ire from his peers in his classes because they believed his rehabilitation to be a waste of time. Time that could be better invested in their recovery.[5]TriviaDustin apparently "doesn't like lawyers", as he revealed in his police interrogation.Dustin misunderstood Chris when he said he wasn't law enforcement and couldn't arrest him. Dustin thought Chris meant that no arrests were going to be made, which was obviously not the case. Dustin brings this up in his interrogation, saying that he wishes Chris didn't "lie" to him about him not going to be arrested.Dustin has a large affection for his mother (due to the fact that she talks people out of pressing charges for the things he does), requesting that she be put in custody of him during his trial. The judge denied his request.Affectionately nicknamed “D-MAC” by fans of To Catch A Predator..He made a handful of wrestling DVDs for professional wrestler Ricky Morton. He lost all the digital footage when cops seized his computer since it also housed his collection of CP. He also ran Morton's website. In a now infamous article on the site made a couple of months before his arrest, he pleads with the wrestling community to donate to Morton's legal fees stemming from his arrest for non-payment of child support.Ricky Morton references Dustin in an interview about the wrestling DVDs, calling him the "cripple boy". Right after, he talks about seeing Dustin on "the predator show".[6]Despite his disability, he served the most time of all those caught in the Bowling Green sting. This is probably because he committed three different crimes in three different jurisdictions. His most serious was the federal crime of crossing states lines to commit crimes involving children.
3/24/20231 hour, 28 minutes, 1 second
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The Disgusting Larry Ray And His Cult of Vulnerable Students At Sarah Lawrence College - A True Tragedy

The Disgusting Larry Ray And His Cult of Vulnerable Students At Sarah Lawrence College - A True TragedyCon artist and felon Larry Ray's psychological attacks, coercive control, and physical abuse shattered the lives of the cult members.The Disgusting Larry Ray And His Cult of Vulnerable Students At Sarah Lawrence College A True Tragedy
3/24/202329 minutes, 27 seconds
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Another Murdaugh Possibly Going To Trial? The Murdaughs And The Murders - Buster Is Up Next!

Another Murdaugh Possibly Going To Trial? The Murdaughs And The Murders - Buster Is Up Next!Stephen Smith was 19 years old when his body was discovered on a rural two-lane road in South Carolina in 2015. His family has never accepted a medical examiner's ruling that Smith died from a hit-and-run. They think foul play was involved — and state agents agree.Another Murdaugh Possibly Going To Trial? The Murdaughs And The Murders - Buster Is UpStephen Smith was 19 years old when his body was discovered on a rural two-lane road in South Carolina in 2015. His family has never accepted a medical examiner's ruling that Smith died from a hit-and-run. They think foul play was involved — and state agents agree.Another Murdaugh Possibly Going To Trial Stephen Smith South Carolina hit-and-run Buster
3/24/20236 minutes, 41 seconds
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The Very Odd Disappearance Of Brandon Swanson - What Happened And Where Did He Go?

The Very Odd Disappearance Of Brandon Swanson - What Happened And Where Did He Go?Brandon Swanson was on his way home for spring break in May 2008 when he got into a minor car accident and called his parents for help. Then, he suddenly vanished without a trace.The Very Odd Disappearance Of Brandon Swanson - What Happened And Where Did He Go?
3/23/202313 minutes, 23 seconds
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Doctor Death: Britain's Worst Serial Killer 350 Murders (True Crime Documentary)

Doctor Death: Britain's Worst Serial Killer 350 Murders (True Crime Documentary)Britain’s biggest serial killer was a doctor, Dr Harold Shipman. Unsuspected for many years, Dr. Shipman selected his victims from his patient list. There were clues, but who in the community would believe that a doctor would kill his patients? Suspected of killing over 350 people during his career, it was clumsy attempts at forging the will of one of his victims in his own favour that alerted the police and led to his arrest. Found guilty at his trial and jailed for life, Dr Shipman committed suicide never accepting his guilt.Doctor Death Britain's Worst Serial Killer True Crime Documentary serial killer Murder Murders
3/23/202347 minutes, 54 seconds
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Church Going Child Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator Timothy Kyne

Church Going Child Rapist caught on To Catch A Predator Timothy KyneEleven men are behind bars in what looked like a made for television internet sex sting operation.Kentucky Attorney General Greg Stumbo along with other authorities announced that authorities along with a group called Perverted Justice conducted the sting that caught people from as far as 200 miles away.As part of the sting operation, men who range in age from 24 to 59 years old came to a house in Highland Heights to meet what they thought was a 13 year old girl that they met online. In reality, those men were chatting with members of the Perverted Justice group which works in conjunction with NBC on their series "to Catch a Predator".All eleven were in court this morning and all are being held on a $100,000 bond.Del Harvey from Perverted Justice gave a horrifying fact during a press conference this morning. Harvey said that the average online predator who has been convicted has roughly 100 potential victims.Thiose arrested are as follows:David Quist, 46, Ft. Thomas, KYJames Rauch, 59, Cincinnati, OHDonny Emmert, 30, Groveport, OHTimothy Kyne, 42, Indianapolis, INMichael Meyer, 24, Covington, KYCharles "Dave" McCallister, 41, Manchester, KYDennis Wissel, 45, Cincinnati, OHAnthony Orangias, 39, Culver, INRichard Springmeier, 48, Cincinnati, OHPaul Westwood, 45, Monroe, OHNick Kelly, 27, Sandy Hook, KYtrue crime,true crime stories,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,true crime daily,serial killer documentary,serial killer documentary 2022,true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2022,true crime daily full episodes,True Crime Stories Podcast 2022
3/22/20231 hour, 54 minutes, 50 seconds
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10 Essential Strategies for Surviving an Alien Invasion

10 Essential Strategies for Surviving an Alien InvasionIf aliens ever invaded Earth, it would be easy to feel helpless and vulnerable. However, it's possible to survive an alien invasion by following certain strategies. Here are ten essential strategies for surviving an alien invasion:Establish a Communication PlanIn the event of an alien invasion, communication with your loved ones and community will be essential. Make sure to establish a plan for staying in touch and sharing information.2. Build a Survival KitHaving a well-stocked survival kit is crucial for surviving an alien invasion. Your kit should include essential items such as water, food, first aid supplies, and tools for self-defense.3. Secure Your Home and PropertyWhen aliens invade, you should make sure your home and property are secure. Create physical barriers, such as walls, to prevent aliens from getting inside. You should also fortify your home's windows and doors.4. Form a CommunityNo one can survive an alien invasion alone. Form a community of like-minded individuals who can work together to survive. Strength in numbers is key.5. Go UndetectedOne of your primary goals during an alien invasion should be to avoid detection. Stay off the grid and avoid using electronic devices that could give away your location.6. Avoid ConfrontationYou should avoid confrontation with aliens at all costs. If possible, try to flee or hide. If you must engage in combat, try to use non-lethal methods to incapacitate the aliens.7. Defensive TacticsDevelop defenses that can help you protect yourself and your community. These might include underground bunkers, weapons, or traps.8. Find ResourcesDuring an alien invasion, finding resources can be challenging. If you're in a rural area, try to locate remote sources of water and livestock. If you're in an urban area, scavenge for food and other supplies.9. Develop a Sustainable LifestyleIn the long-term, it's essential to develop a sustainable lifestyle that can help you survive after the alien invasion is over. Establish a farm or learn to hunt, fish, and forage. Get comfortable with living off the land.10. Coping with Stress and TraumaSurviving an alien invasion can be extremely stressful and traumatic. Make sure to practice self-care and support others who are struggling.In conclusion, surviving an alien invasion is possible if you follow these ten essential strategies. Communication, preparation, avoidance of confrontation, and developing defenses and resources are key to surviving an alien invasion. Remember to form a community, stay off the grid, and establish a sustainable lifestyle. With these strategies in place, you can help ensure the survival of you and your loved ones.
3/22/20232 minutes, 51 seconds
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EARTH WILL BE INVADED TOMORROW MARCH 23? Time Travelers, Meteors, And Aliens! Have You Heard?

EARTH WILL BE INVADED TOMORROW MARCH 23? Time Travelers, Meteors, And Aliens! Have You Heard?A TikToker "Time Traveler" predicts our future. He says Aliens will conquer earth on March 23! But hey, there's some good news...8,000 of the 'best people' will get relocated!EARTH WILL BE INVADED TOMORROW MARCH 23 Time Travelers, Meteors, And Aliens UFO UFO's Alien Invasion Travel
3/22/202312 minutes, 23 seconds
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I'M Fighting Cancer. Wife Cheated Got STI And Tried To Kill Me With Chlamydia To Get My Money Faster

I'M Fighting Cancer. Wife Cheated Got STI And Tried To Kill Me With Chlamydia To Get My Money FasterTrue Cheating Stories 2023 Reddit NSFW Cheating Stories 2023
3/22/202323 minutes, 18 seconds
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FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - EPISODE THREE

FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - EPISODE THREEScientists must uproot an ancient ancestor (keep secret for hundreds of years) and move it to a secured facility for study, while doing their best to keep mankind out of harm’s way. FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - EPISODE THREE#abductee, #alienabduction, #alienencounter, #alieninvasion, #alienlife, #aliensarehere, #ancientaliens, #area51, #dulce, #extraterrestrial, #galaxy, #roeswell, #strangephenomenon, #supernatural, #trendingpodcast, #uap, #uapsighting, #ufo, #ufosighting, #universe
3/22/202348 minutes, 22 seconds
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FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - Part Two

FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - Part TwoScientists must uproot an ancient ancestor (keep secret for hundreds of years) and move it to a secured facility for study, while doing their best to keep mankind out of harm’s way.FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - Part Two
3/21/202352 minutes, 45 seconds
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FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - Part One

FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - Part OneScientists must uproot an ancient ancestor (keep secret for hundreds of years) and move it to a secured facility for study, while doing their best to keep mankind out of harm’s way.FOUND! The True Missing Links Between Then And Now - The Key To Human Evolution And Progression - Part One
3/21/202354 minutes, 53 seconds
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30 UNHEARD SCARY POLICE ENCOUNTERS WITH DEMONS AND CREATURES

30 UNHEARD SCARY POLICE ENCOUNTERS WITH DEMONS AND CREATURESUNHEARD SCARY POLICE ENCOUNTER WITH DEMONS AND CREATURES - FEATURING GOATMAN, YETI, RAKE, CRAWLERS, SASQUATCH AND CRYPTIDS2022,creepypasta,scary police stories,scary police encounter stories with creatures and demons,scary police encounter stories,scary stories,horror stories,scary story,true horror stories,creepy stories,scary true stories,true ghost stories,paranormal stories,true paranormal stories,stories form reddit,scary horror stories,r/police,2023,24 unheard police encounter with creatures and demons,police encounter with creatures,police
3/21/202356 minutes, 33 seconds
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Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police Interrogation

Glen McCurley 1974 Cold-Case Murder of 17-Year Old Carla Walker Full Police InterrogationMCurley was a person of interest in the 1974 slaying but detectives said there wasn't enough evidence to tie him to the case 46 years ago.Texas company used a new forensic process to create a full DNA profile of the suspect from evidence pulled off the victim's clothing -- only partial profiles were obtained before.A Tarrant County Grand Jury has indicted a 77-year-old man in connection with a cold case that went unsolved for nearly half a century.Glen Samuel McCurley was indicted on a charge of capital murder for his role in the death of Carla Jan Walker, a 17-year-old Western Hills High School junior who was kidnapped and murdered in 1974.According to police, Walker was abducted, held captive, and sexually assaulted before being murdered and left in a ditch after a Valentine's Day dance.Investigators alleged that McCurley snatched Walker from the passenger seat of her boyfriend's car in a bowling alley parking lot.Walker's boyfriend, Rodney McCoy, told police that a man pointed a gun at him and threatened to kill him before something hit him in the head, knocking him unconscious.McCoy told police he later woke up to find Walker was gone and blood coming from his head.Walker's body was found three days later in a culvert near Benbrook Lake. Police said she had been beaten, raped, strangled, and tortured alive for two days after her disappearance.DNA evidence recovered from clothing and a bra worn by Walker on the night she was killed was sent to Othram, a private lab in The Woodlands.The DNA profile created at Othram was used to narrow the search to three brothers with the last name McCurley.According to police, Glen Samuel McCurley had been identified as a person of interest during the initial investigation in 1974 because he owned a gun, a .22 Ruger, that matched a magazine found at the crime scene.Detectives spoke to McCurley during the initial investigation, but they did not pursue McCurley again following the 1974 interview until the DNA profile match was found in GEDMATCH.Police collected trash from a bin in front of McCurley's residence in July of 2020, and they were able to determine that the items matched the male DNA profile found on Walker's clothing.On Sept. 10, 2020, police said they returned to McCurley's home and spoke to both him and his wife, during which time McCurley told the same story that he told detectives in 1974. He said he didn't kill anyone and did not know Carla Walker.McCurley agreed to provide a DNA sample, and six days later, police said they were notified the swabs matched the DNA found on Walker's bra.A warrant for capital murder was then obtained and McCurley was taken into custody without incident. Jail records showed McCurley was being held in the Tarrant County Jail on a charge of capital murder with bond set at $100,000.During a news conference, detectives with the Fort Worth Police Department said they believe the assault and murder were random and that Walker and McCurley didn't know each other.Police said it appears that over the last four decades, McCurley led a relatively normal life, was married, and had two children. Police also said that McCurley is not a suspect in any other crimes.
3/21/20232 hours, 23 minutes, 6 seconds
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The Chilling Story Of Armin Meiwes - The Rotenburg Cannibal Of Germany

The Chilling Story Of Armin Meiwes - The Rotenburg Cannibal Of GermanyKnown as the "Rotenburg Cannibal," Armin Meiwes killed and ate a willing victim named Bernd Brandes in 2001 before storing the leftovers for 20 months in a hidden freezer.The Chilling Story Of Armin Meiwes - The Rotenburg Cannibal Of Germany
3/21/202312 minutes, 11 seconds
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The Unfortunate And Brutal Murder Of Kelly Ann Tinyes

The Unfortunate And Brutal Murder Of Kelly Ann TinyesHe snapped. He had ZERO reason to do what he did! And the sentence? Pretty darn questionable if you ask me. How can you control a guy like this?''Unfortunately, the sentence options given to me by law fall far short of the sentence which you truly deserve. No dictionary contains sufficient words to describe the brutality of your acts." - Judge Marvin I. Goodman The Unfortunate And Brutal Murder Of Kelly Ann Tinyes
3/20/202313 minutes, 23 seconds
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Interview With A Serial Killer Cannibal Arthur Shawcross Who Killed 2 Children and 11 Prostitutes (True Crime Documentary)

Interview With A Serial Killer Cannibal Arthur Shawcross Who Killed 2 Children and 11 Prostitutes (True Crime Documentary)There is no doubt that Arthur Shawcross is a psychopath. Found guilty of killing 2 children and 11 prostitutes his tales of cannibalism and mutilation have made him one of America's most notorious serial killers. That he killed 13 people by asphyxiation is certain.Interview With A Serial Killer Cannibal Arthur Shawcross Who Killed 2 Children and 11 ProstitutesTrue Crime Documentary
3/20/202344 minutes, 24 seconds
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911 Operators What Call Scares You Till This Day?

911 Operators What Call Scares You Till This Day?True Crime Podcast 2023 Police Interrogations, 911 Calls and True Police Stories Podcast
3/18/202325 minutes, 30 seconds
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11 UNFORGETTABLE 911 CALLS MADE BY KIDS & ADULTS

11 UNFORGETTABLE 911 CALLS MADE BY KIDS & ADULTS
3/17/202328 minutes, 57 seconds
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Police Officers, What's The Craziest Crime You've Ever Seen?

Police Officers, What's The Craziest Crime You've Ever Seen?true crime is a nonfiction literary, podcast, and film genre in which the author examines an actual crime and details the actions of real people. The crimes most commonly include murder; about 40 percent focus on tales of serial killers.true crime,true crime stories,true crime stories podcast,true crime podcast,police interrogations,911 calls,911,serial killer documentary,true crime documentary,true crime documentary real stories,true crime podcast 2022,True Crime Stories Podcast 2022,police interrogations,interrogation,interrogation videos,murder interrogations,police interviews,police interview,murder confession,documentaries,crime,real stories,crime documentary,full length documentary
3/17/202336 minutes, 9 seconds
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Unsolved Mysteries with Robert Stack - Season 5, Episode 20 - Full Episode

Unsolved Mysteries with Robert Stack - Season 5, Episode 20 - Full EpisodeThis episode includes: MP Death, UD: Cop Killer Escape, UD: Musician Sings the Blues, Social Security & UD and Footlocker Bones.Hosted by Robert Stack, this series uses re-enactments and interviews to retell the circumstances of, well, mysteries that are unsolved. Covering crimes, tales of lost love, unexplained history and paranormal events, viewers are encouraged to call in with information that might solve the mystery.
3/16/202345 minutes, 47 seconds
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The Sleep Walker Murderer - Randy Herman Jr Interrogation

The Sleep Walker Murderer - Randy Herman Jr InterrogationRandy Herman was convicted of first-degree murder for the brutal stabbing death of his childhood friend, Brooke Preston, who he claimed he killed while sleepwalking.It was a case with an unusual defense and one that ultimately the jury didn’t buy.The defense team for Randy Herman Jr. tried to argue during his murder trial that he was sleepwalking when he brutally stabbed his roommate and childhood friend 21-year-old Brooke Preston to death inside their Florida home in 2017.He had a long history of sleepwalking which dated back to childhood. Herman, who had a habit of self-medicating with alcohol and had previously been convicted of two DUIs, had been on a drinking binge in the days before the stabbing, the Miami New Times reported in 2019. He estimated that he drank around 30 beers during one of the last days he spent with Preston, who was gearing up to leave and move in with her boyfriend. That and his frequent lack of decent sleep were brought up as contributing factors that the defense said caused him to sleepwalk.During his trial, Herman pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity, with sleepwalking being the psychological affliction. His defense called Dr. Charles Patrick Ewing, a forensic psychologist, to the stand who testified that it usually takes some time to fall into a deep sleep, the kind of sleep that sleepwalking is believed to occur during. However, he also testified that it’s possible for someone to fall into a deep sleep immediately, especially when drinking and sleep deprivation are involved. Herman had claimed that he had spoken to Preston just minutes before killing her. He testified that he remembers waking up in his bed to Preston coming into his room to talk about a shirt he was giving her. Just minutes later, he remembered stabbing Preston to death but believed he was dreaming, according to him. The new Hulu documentary “Dead Asleep” notes the theory that the memory of him being awake just minutes before the slaying could have been a dream or an imagined memory. Still, it was that specific memory that jurors pointed to as the reason for why they ultimately convicted Herman in 2019. “The way that the jurors explained it to me was when they put the timeline together they felt that he couldn’t have returned back to a deep sleep,” “Dead Asleep” director Skye Borgman said in an interview earlier this month. “Circumstances including prior behavior, alcohol use, his sleep patterns, I think he [Ewing] said it’s possible that he could have [been sleepwalking and in a deep sleep] but also possible that he could not have returned back to sleep.”She said that ultimately jurors determined that the timeline the way that they saw it, if he didn’t imagine that interaction with Brooke, then he would not have been able to have returned to a deep sleep state.The timeline was such a big motivating factor for them in seeing how this sequence of events played out,” she said. “They felt more convinced that he wasn’t sleepwalking at the time.”Heman, now 28, was sentenced to life behind bars. Last month, Herman filed a motion to try to get his conviction vacated. He wants a new trial and argues that his defense was wrong to claim that sleepwalking was a mental illness, the Palm Beach Post reported.
3/16/20231 hour, 29 minutes, 12 seconds
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[NSFW] What is The Most Gruesome Thing You Have Witnessed? Gruesome Stories #5 AskReddit Scary

[NSFW] What is The Most Gruesome Thing You Have Witnessed? Gruesome Stories #5 AskReddit Scary
3/16/202326 minutes, 11 seconds
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"Three legless creatures examined both men aboard their ship." UFO witnesses speak.

"Three legless creatures examined both men aboard their ship." UFO witnesses speak.'The story is very true. That's what has bothered me for 45 years.' UFO witnesses speak.It's a story that has fascinated people for decades. Two Pascagoula men claim they were abducted by aliens while fishing on the Pascagoula River. As was expected by the two men — Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker — their story was often met with skepticism and ridicule..Now, three more witnesses have come forward. All three of them say they saw some sort of flying object with a bright blue light at the same time and in the same area as Hickson and Parker.One of the witnesses says she saw what she originally thought was a man in the water but now believes was one of the aliens. Three legless creatures examined both men aboard their ship"It was Oct. 11, 1973," Parker said. "We'd gotten off work that day, and a friend of mine, he and I went fishing."The old abandoned shipyard; they had a little pier out front and we were on that pier. I'm going to guess it was about six o'clock in the evening. It had just started getting dark, but it was kind of a bright moon."Parker said he saw blue light reflecting off the water and thought law enforcement officers had arrived to tell them to leave the property. However, when Parker looked up, he realized the light was coming from a craft like nothing he'd ever seen."A big light came out of the clouds," Parker said. "It was a blinding light."It was hard to tell with the lights so bright, but it looked like it was shaped like a football. I would say, just estimating, (it was) about 80-foot. (It made) very little sound. It was just a hissing noise."Parker said three legless creatures floated from the craft. One had no neck with gray wrinkled skin. Another had a neck and appeared more feminine. Parker described their hands as being shaped like mittens or crab claws.When one of the creatures put one of its claws around his arm, Parker said he was terrified, but then another feeling came over his body."I think they injected us with something to calm us down," Parker said. "I was kind of numb and went along with the program."Parker said the creatures floated him and Hickson into the craft and performed physical examinations on the two. Then they were taken back to the bank of the river. Hickson, who died in 2011, was very public about his experience. Parker, who now lives in Moss Point, was not and spent much of his life distancing himself from the event. However, he published a book about his experience in 2018 and since, people who had been largely quiet about their experiences that night are now speaking out.Maria and Jerry Blair of Theodore, Alabama are among them.Couple across the river saw same blue light and a flying objectMaria and Jerry were sitting in their 1969 Pontiac GTO in the parking lot of Graham's Seafood on the opposite side of the river. Jerry worked for the business and was waiting on a boat captain to take him offshore. The captain was late and the Blairs waited for hours. Just after dark Maria saw something strange."I was looking at the sky and I noticed a blue light in the sky over where they were fishing," Maria said. "It started moving and it seemed like it was following along the Pascagoula River."I just seen the lights on it. It was just going back and forth. Sometimes it would just sit there. It went on for 20 to 25 minutes."Maria said she initially thought it was a plane, but realized the flight pattern and hovering were not indicative of a plane. Jerry watched it also but didn't think much of it."I thought it was a helicopter initially and just blew it off," Jerry said. "It landed about 150 to 200 yards from us. "I was just north of the bridge and it was just south of the bridge. I was there, but stupid me didn't pay much attention to it. I was just going offshore and thinking about other things."Woman believes she saw one of the aliens in the waterAfter they lost sight of the craft, the two went to put Jerry's clothing and other items on the boat. While walking down the lighted pier, something else caught their attention."We heard this loud, thumping splash in the river," Maria said. "I looked over the side of the pier, and that's when I thought I saw a person in the river."I was looking right down on it. It looked like a person, but there was something different about it. It only came to the surface of the water. As soon as I saw it, it just went back down in the water."Whatever Maria had seen, which she thought was a person in some sort of diving gear, did not resurface. Jerry, who was walking ahead of her and didn't see it, said it must have been a dolphin. She said she is positive it wasn't a dolphin.Jerry went to work that evening and Maria returned home. In following days she heard reports of Parker and Hickson's experience. The descriptions of the aliens matched what she had seen in the water."I thought it was a person, but now I think it was an alien," Maria said. "What Parker described was exactly it."Another woman said UFO made her radio go crazy, car to dieLater that evening, Judy Branning was sitting in a car a few miles away at a traffic signal with her roommate and their dates."We were on a double date that night," Branning said. "We were at a red light at Chicot and Highway 90, and we were basically sitting on the railroad track. I saw some lights, and I wasn't sure what I was looking at because it was so far away."Like the Blairs, Branning thought it was an airplane at first, but as it came closer and flew over the car she was in, the four realized it wasn't."It didn't make noise," Branning said. "It had bright, bright lights."It got closer and it was hovering. It was kind of a saucer shape or disc shape with a rounded top. The radio started sounding like it was running through all the stations and the car went dead. We were freaking out."Branning said after it passed over the car, the craft shot straight up at a rate of speed she'd never seen and disappeared. It left her shaken. "I didn't sleep that night thinking about it," Branning said.'When I saw what Calvin and Charles went through, I kind of backed down'Branning said the four agreed not to say anything about what they saw. She said over the years she told a few people but not many because she was scared of people's reactions. Now 74 years old, she said she does not care if people believe her or not.Maria said she told people what she'd seen but largely stopped talking about it in the weeks following that evening."When you talked about it back then, people thought you were crazy," Maria said. "Back then, when I saw what Calvin and Charles went through, I kind of backed down talking about it."The story is very true. That's what has bothered me for 45 years. It's been on my mind for 45 years."Parker has met with the Blairs and Branning and said he's happy they are now telling their stories publicly."I checked the people out as best I could, and they seem credible," Parker said. "It means a lot to me that that they came forward."Parker feels there are more witnesses out there."I definitely do," Parker said. "There's been two or three people that have contacted me privately that didn't want their names used. 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