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"sarah hallett" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

03:27 min | 9 months ago

"sarah hallett" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Dissecting their corpses finally on April Twentieth Nineteen seventy-three ed killed the ultimate source of his rage, his own mother. He mutilated her body like the others going so far as to remove her vocal cords and put them in the garbage disposal. It was a symbolic act punishing her for the nagging voice that had plagued him since he was a young child. That same night he invited his mother's closest friend over fifty nine year old Sarah Hallett to surprise his mother. The real surprise was for Sarah who ended up being Ed's tenth victim. After Sarah was dead, Ed went on the run driving three days across secluded back roads talking the way to Colorado. But soon, he decided that he wasn't cut out for a life on the Lam and turned himself in to the police. It was perhaps a bit anticlimactic, but it officially marked the end of the co Ed killers reign of Terror Ed was deemed criminally insane found guilty on eight counts of murder and sentenced to life in a maximum security mental health facility where he stays to this day. Thanks for listening to today in true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson. If you enjoyed this episode on the murder of Aiko Koo be sure to check out our serial killers episodes on Edmund Kemper where we do a deeper dive into the madness of the Co ed killer. Today in true crime is a podcast original, you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music. But now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like today in true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today and true crime on spotify just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at par cast we're grateful for you our. Listeners you allow us to do what we love..

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"sarah hallett" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"sarah hallett" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"So I, I. I rationalized the to give up would be insane to give up would be crazy. I'd be giving away my freedom and I don't need to. He started wondering that afternoon what he should do now he thought that if there was someone else that was discovered deceased right beside his mother that people would be none the wiser and they never point the finger at him. He went back to his mom's duplex and made a phone call to Cornell's good friend, Sarah. Hallett and he welcomed her over for dinner. He was getting a tad worried about his plan because he couldn't get a hold of Sarah on the phone right away. He was relieved when Sarah Call. Talk to Carnell around five that afternoon. He invited her over for a surprise dinner for his mother. Sarah got there and ED started to choke her with his hands and then with Ako scarf, he undressed Sarah lighter down on his bed and during the night he had sex with her deceased corpse. It was Easter morning when he bolted out of town and Sarah's car, he was scared that he would be found out. He decided to rent a car and left Sarah's car at a gas station. He told one of the employees that needed some repairs. Edman drove for hours. He only made stops for gas soda POPs and no does. When he was in. He was pulled over for speeding, but he was able to pay the ticket and keepdriving. He was getting extremely exhausted at this point while Emplo Colorado. So he stopped. He figured he would call the Santa Cruz Police Department where he knew almost all of the cops and he started to admit everything to them. He actually had to make many calls because the police thought for sure that he was a prank caller. After they established, it was in fact, Edman. They had to figure out where he was. Edmund was so tired mixed up all out of that. He didn't know how to tell the police how to get to the payphone that he was using. He was taken into custody as a slew of investigators were making their way to Pueblo. When they arrived they questioned ed about all the crumbs said he committed the tape recorder rolled on as Edmund explained and graphic detail all eight murders. He was asked why he severed the heads of his victims. His answer was quote. The head trip fantasies were a bit like a trophy. You know the head is where everything is add the brain is mouth. That's.

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"sarah hallett" Discussed on Buried Truths

Buried Truths

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hallett" Discussed on Buried Truths

"Country. It's just crazy thing. There could be a C halls everywhere that we've never even heard of. Newton Collier AC hall's childhood friend from Macon had accompanied us to the cemetery. He offered a brief prayer present. In the the new family of ACO. Did you hear what new call your shit, the new family of a c hall? Good lord. I love that. From the day. We started on this AC hall story. I've been struck by how alone AC hall is in our world today. Maybe not where he is. But where we are now. Do you remember in an earlier episode that I thought about AC heading off to school one morning? The day of school pictures, I had in my head a scene in which curly hall, make sure his jeans or starched and his shirt is all pressed and that he looks his best. And I thought about the school photo coming home and curly hall proudly putting the photograph in a frame that she placed in a prominent place. What I'm struggling with is that we know of no one today anywhere who has a C halls photograph on a side table or mental piece or even scrapbook with all the other family photos. There's no one who breezes through a family room and sees his face looking up at them who is reminded of him and thinks about who he was I go one more step and say that there may be no one today. Who wakes up every year on may seven and thinks with a smile. Oh, my today's AC's birthday. And there's no one who wakes up every October thirteenth and thinks oh today is the anniversary of the day. AC hall was shot and killed. Maybe we will do that. From now on my students and me, maybe we'll subconsciously imprint those dates in our minds and they'll surface when we're least expecting them on may seventh and Dr thirteenth. Maybe we'll be his family. And maybe you'll join us. So thank you, Newt Collier for suggesting that AC hall has a new family. Erna Kindo had it take that I found so uplifting. We've been focusing for weeks on the tragic death of a c hall, and we'd really come to like this young man with focused on the horrible circumstances that led to his death. This was some really depressing stuff. Some of us were moved to tears as we walked the night before to ask and I streets where he died and then in the morning as we stood over his grave site. How I wondered too we go forward from here. How do we clear is and see a path forward as usual? A student showed the way I'm going to let student Aaron Kindo deliver the benediction for this season of berry truth part of me felt weird. If I last night when I was at the site of his death on first street Asche. Because I felt like I'm here because he died, but now being at the gravesite it's like I'm here because he lived. Yeah. I'm I'm here because he lived and. The is something that I feel I feel like it does him. A little bit of Justice. This is buried truce. I'm Hank Lebanon. This season. Very traits is produced by David bear, Swain and Hank clip off with writing help from Richard Hallett's production assistance, from Stephen key and KENDALL foot editing on the season from Maryland, gee, wax, and John Hawes Christine Dempsey, and Jan berry are executive producers research, in fact, checking by Catherine trick special thanks to Newton Collier. Tom vall? Seth stoughton. Kathy. Pez dick, Rick Hutto, George Crawley and kitty cost Bor thanks also to so feel Leonard Mary Clare Kelly Sarah Gardner, big county sheriff David Davis and superior court clerk Erica Woodford to J W August at NBC San Diego and Muriel Jackson at the Washington memorial library to the Tubman museum in Macon to Emory University. And it centers for digital scholarship in faculty excellence, and of course, to the one hundred thirty students who've taken the civil rights cold cases class at Emory casting by Sheila Oliver and thanks to all our actors. He so K a concave davir Snipes, Sarah Hallett's, Robert Jones, Neil Gaunt's. Clint clark. Theo harness Travis Smith Parker. Single Terry Robbie Owen? Be freddie. Ashley and Matt Nikki artwork by Shinwa. Hara? An Kida Aykroyd is Alice photography by Jonathan Kelso and Ken crack o. Our website is W A B E dot org slash berry. Truce there. You can make a donation to support the show sign up for a newsletter and download lesson. Plans follows on social where at berry truths podcast. And thank you. For listening to very true tes, our production of w AB Atlanta. Hey,

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"sarah hallett" Discussed on Buried Truths

Buried Truths

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hallett" Discussed on Buried Truths

"Appreciate. All these years later, how do we account for doors hoppers role in a see hall's death? My students wrestle with this on October thirteenth twenty eighteen fifteen students and I traveled to make. This was exactly fifty six years after AC hall was killed as in nineteen sixty two. It was a Saturday night. So we gathered at the site of the former middle Georgia veterans club. You remember that's where AC L Louise met its now closed and fallen apart. And as night fell. We set out on foot retracing the final route that AC hall and Elway's Franklin walked together. We made it to the site of the former George Washington Carver school, which is now to tension center. We stood on Hazel street where Ella ouija yelled out. They done killed a AC. We walked to the field behind the school where AC tried to run to those railroad tracks we stood near the spot where he took a bullet to his heart where he fell and where he died in the street. Some students recorded their thoughts and reflections as we stood in near darkness. Here are Aaron Kindo and cure bald. I think doing on this past couple minutes. Like, I would not be here in this moment right now, if someone hadn't been murdered. The only reason I'm sitting here in the spy is because someone was shot and killed. And I want to hate MRs hopper. But I'm also like damn if I had just been robbed and a police officer who I trust and believe will take care of me was like hop in the car, we're going to stole from you. Right. I want to be like she killed a sea by like identifying the wrong person and being so rash abo-about. But it's like the police officers were the ones that were like, hey, we're gonna take care of you get in the car, then she was like, yeah. That's him. And it was that like they're the ones who pulled the trigger. Yeah. I am finding myself that I having to repeatedly kind of step back and think about. What is who's fault? Like who was really in the wrong here, and how much of it was intentional in conscious. And how much of it wasn't. Next on berry truths. The police officers who killed AC hall, Josh Brown and James Larry Durden. Finally, take the stand as the inquest moves to a climax and just as we were wrapping up the episode. We got a surprise call from the son of one of the officers. I was just curious as to what it was all about because something we've over told anybody about. Day cheats is a production of w AB Atlanta. There are a lot of ways you can get more connected to the work. We're doing sign up far newsletter at W ABC dot org slash berry traits. You'll get historic photos documents. And more info about the case. Bring berry truth into the classroom by downloading lesson plans for middle and high school students and follow us on social media where buried truths podcast. And of course, as always please subscribe, if you haven't already and leave us a review, it'll help others fine. The show if you have any information related to this case, right or send a voice memo to Hank at berry truths dot org. Hint Clinton off is a former newspaper reporter and editor and co author of the Pulitzer prize winning book the race speeds today, he's a professor at Emory University. The berry truths team includes David Barry Swain, Richard Hallett's, Catherine Daughtry, Maryland, gee, wax. Jan berry and Christine Dempsey the actors in this episode. Matt Nici, Sarah, Hallett's, Neil, Gant and davir Snipes, thanks to Emory University. And it centers for digital scholarship in faculty excellence and another big thanks to the nearly one hundred students who've taken the civil rights cold cases class that hand Clinton off teaches at Emory and thank you for listening to varied truths.

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"sarah hallett" Discussed on Buried Truths

Buried Truths

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hallett" Discussed on Buried Truths

"What does the jury thinking this point? Well, according to Barnard, hopper. The officers did shout numerous warnings to AC hall to stop and hopper insisted today see did turn toward the officers in threatening way. Now that testimony if true support the officer's decision to fire, but didn't appear to have anything in his hand. And he definitely didn't fire on the police. You add that to the fact that he was shot in the back, and that the police may have planted a gun at the scene. But this thing isn't over. Maybe the police will offer some additional evidence some stronger testimony something now I can see where the jury was probably growing more and more skeptical of the justification for the shooting. But I also understand the weight of history. White yours always ruling favor of white defendants. Right. Wasn't that just the way it was? Next on berry truce. Doris hopper. The eighteen year old identified AC hall as the gun thief comes in for withering cross examination about what she saw. And what she didn't see. So then the only thing you can identify as the person you saw running as the person you saw get out of the car was his general size and that the shirttails out. Yes. And by when you see someone and you see them again, you're pretty sure you see the same person. That's our reenactment of what? Doors hopper said at the nineteen. Sixty two inquest and twenty nineteen hours able to reach you're on the phone. I'm trying to reach doors hopper. Please. That conversation on the next episode of berry truths. Very true is a production of w av Atlanta. There are a lot of ways. You can get more connected to the work. We're doing sign up for newsletter at W A B E dot org slash berry traits. You'll get historic photos documents. And more info about the case. Bring berry troops into the classroom by downloading lesson plans for middle and high school students and follow us on social media where buried truths podcast. And of course, as always please subscribe, if you haven't already and leave us a review, it'll help others find the show if you have any information related to this case, right or send a voice memo to Hank at berry truths dot org. Hint Clinton off is a former newspaper reporter and editor and co author of the Pulitzer prize winning book the race speeds today, he's a professor at Emory University. The berry treats team includes David bears, Wayne, Richard Hallett's, Catherine dot Trich, Maryland, gee, wax. Jan berry and Christine Dempsey the actors in this episode included, Matt Nici. Freddie. Ashley, Robbie Owen B. Sarah, Hallett's, Neil, Gant and davir Snipes, thanks to Emory University. And it centers for digital scholarship and faculty excellence and another big things to the nearly one hundred students who've taken the civil rights cold cases class that Hank Clinton off teaches at Emory and thank you for listening to varied truths.

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"sarah hallett" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"sarah hallett" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Knew people would come looking for his mother he decided he would skip town perhaps even flee the country, but he needed to give himself as much time to flee as possible. He came up with what he thought was a clever plan to avoid suspicion at knew that if his mother failed to come into work people would immediately look for her. But if both his mother and her best friend failed to show up to their respective jobs. Their employers would simply assume that the two had gone on a weekend trip together clar Nell and her best friend fifty nine year old Sarah Hallett had been known to go on impromptu vacations. Every once in a while, it would be strange for them to be absent from work, but not unprecedented, of course in order for ED's plan to succeed. Sarah Hallett would have to go missing along with his mother called Sarah and asked if he wanted to help him throw a surprise party for his mother. It would be. A simple night just him, Sarah and his mother watching a movie together. Sarah took every chance she could hang out with Clark now. And she thought surprising clar Nell with the movie was a wonderful idea. Of course, the real surprise wasn't for clar. Nell at all when Sarah arrived at its home. He invited her in then lulled into a false sense of security, then he strangled her Ed decapitated. Sarah's corpse and spent the night with her body. He hid Klaar Nell. And Sarah's bodies in a closet and cleaned the apartment took all the money available to him and the keys to Sarah's car. He drove as fast as he could out of town heading east across the United States over the next three days. Ed grew paranoid that the police were on his trail. He avoided major highways sticking to back roads to lessen his chance of being spotted. He checked newspapers at every gas station, he stopped at looking for news about his mother's murder. No news had come. Out. Nobody had found her body ED's mind began to spiral into chaos at any moment. Her body could be found and at any moment, he could become one of the most wanted people in America constantly on the run given that he was six feet nine inches tall. He stood out anywhere. He went his paranoia became overwhelming. And he decided to put an end to all the running before the chase even began when reached Pueblo Colorado, he pulled up to a payphone and call the Santa Cruz police department. He told the officer who answered that he had killed his mother and that they could find her corpse in the closet. The officer who picked up the phone recognized ED's voice. The two had been drinking buddies at the jury room bar when Ed confessed the officer thought, it was joking and hung up the phone and called again, an ask to speak with the different officer. He confessed once more the police departments still didn't believe that was telling the truth. But this time an officer stayed on the phone while other officers searched carnivals house the police were shocked at the sight of Clark Nells and Sarah's dismembered corpses. Ed told them he was in Pueblo, and a Santa Cruz police officers stayed on the phone with Ed while Ed waited patiently to be arrested when the Pueblo police department arrived at went with them willingly during the car ride to the police station. He confessed to the other six murders that had earned him the nickname the co Ed killer the police were stunned. They simply couldn't understand why such a heinous man would. Turn himself in Ed told them that he had to stop himself. He said, quote, the original purpose was gone. It wasn't serving any physical or real or emotional purpose..

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