17 Burst results for "Wendy Mackenzie"

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on GONE

GONE

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on GONE

"Thanks again for tuning solved murders. We'll be back next Wednesday with part two of Helen Pot story. For more information on the case, we found the book six capsules that Gilded Age murder of Helen Potts by George, article, senior, extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of solved murders and all other has originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have your favorite music. spotify is making easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like solve murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream solve murders on spotify just open the APP and type solved murders in the search bar. We'll see you next time if we live till next time. Solve murders true crime mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a park studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler sound design by Michael Lang's ner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carleen men, and Isabella way this episode of solve murders was written by Christina Pammy, with writing assistance by Abigail Canaan. The amazing cast of voice actors includes Joe Hernandez Harris Markson Rebecca Thomas in John Wong it stars Wendy Mackenzie and Carter Roy. Thanks. For listening. You can hear part two right now. Just follows solve murders, true crime mysteries free and only on spotify..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Thanks. Again, for tuning in to solve murders. We'll be back next Wednesday with part two of Helen Pot. Story? Or more information on the case, we found the book six capsules, the Gilded, gilded, age murder of Helen, Potts by George Article Senior extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of solved murders and all other park originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music s spotify's making easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like solve murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream solve murders on spotify just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. We'll see next time if we live till next time. Solved murders true crime mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast cast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler Sound Design by Michael Langner with production assistance by Ron, Shapiro Carleen men and Isabella way this episode of solve murders was written by Christina. TAMMY's with writing assistance by Abigail Canaan. The amazing cast voice actors includes Joe Hernandez Harris Markson Rebecca Thomas in. Gen Wong it stars Wendy Mackenzie and Carter Roy. Thanks for listening you can hear part two right now just follow solved murders true crime mysteries free and only on spotify..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

Mythical Monsters

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Mythical Monsters

"Thanks again for tuning in to solve murders. We'll be back next Wednesday with part two of Helen Pot story. Or more information on the case, we found the book six capsules, the Gilded Gilded Age murder of Helen Potts by George Article, senior extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of solved murders and all other park originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music s spotify's making easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like solve murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream solve murders on spotify just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. We'll see next time if we live till next time. Solved murders true crime mysteries was created by Max Cutler, and is a podcast cast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler Sound Design by Michael Langner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, Carleen men, and Isabella Way. This episode of solve murders was written by Christina Tammy's with writing assistance by Abigail Canaan the amazing cast voice actors includes Joe Hernandez Harris, Markson Rebecca, Thomas in Gen Wong. It Stars Wendy Mackenzie and Carter. Roy. Thanks for listening. You can hear part two right now just follow solved murders true crime mysteries free and only on spotify..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Not Guilty

Not Guilty

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Not Guilty

"Thanks, again, for tuning in to solve murders. We'll be back next Wednesday with part two of Helen Pot. Story. Or more information on the case, we found the book six capsules, the Gilded Gilded Age murder of Helen Potts by George, article, senior, extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of solved murders and all other park originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music s spotify's making easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like solve murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream solve murders on spotify just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. We'll see next time if we live till next time. Solved murders true crime mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast cast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler sound design by Michael Langner, with production assistance by Ron, Shapiro Carleen men and Isabella Way. This episode of solve murders was written by Christina Tammy's with writing assistance by Abigail Canaan the amazing cast voice actors includes Joe Hernandez Harris Markson Rebecca Thomas in Gen Wong it stars Wendy Mackenzie and Carter Roy. Thanks for listening. You can hear part two right now just follow solved murders true crime mysteries free and only on spotify..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Tales

Tales

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Tales

"Thanks again for tuning in to solve murders. We'll be back next Wednesday with part two of Helen Pot story. Or more information on the case, we found the book six capsules, the Gilded Gilded Age murder of Helen Potts by George Article Senior extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of solved murders and all other park originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music s spotify's making easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like solve murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream solve murders on spotify just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. We'll see next time if we live till next time. Solved murders true crime mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast cast studios original. It is executive produced by Max Cutler Sound Design by Michael Langner with production assistance by Ron. Shapiro Carleen men and Isabella way this episode of solve murders was written by Christina Tammy's with writing assistance by Abigail Canaan. The amazing cast voice actors includes Joe Hernandez Harris Markson Rebecca Thomas in Gen Wong it stars Wendy Mackenzie and Carter Roy. Thanks for listening. You can hear part two right now just follow solved murders true crime mysteries free and only on spotify..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Serial Killers

"True crime mysteries APR cast original I'm your host Corduroy and I'm your host, Wendy Mackenzie, every Wednesday we step into the world of true crimes, most fascinating murder cases and tell the Tale of how real life detectives closed. The case you can find episodes of solve murders and all other par-. CAST originals for free exclusively on spotify. To stream solve murders for free on spotify, just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on Helen Potts, a beautiful young woman who attended an elite finishing school in late nineteenth century New York in part one will follow the clandestine relationship Helen carried on with a young medical student. The affair threatened to destroy her family's carefully guarded reputation up until and even after her tragic death. In part to, we'll discuss how the police and district attorney's office neglected. The case, our dog a journalists set out to uncover the truth and how Helen's suspicious death turned into a sensationalized murder investigation. We have all that and more coming up stay with us. At One am on February first eighteen ninety one Dr Edward. Fowler rushed to see a patient at New York City Boarding School. When he arrived, he found nineteen year old Helen Potts had lapsed into a coma. Dr Fowler quickly ushered Helen's friends and classmates outside the room. They. Waited in the Hall Austin frightened while he worked desperately to wake Helen had she been born fifty years later she might have been revived through to mouth resuscitation, but the technique hadn't been invented yet. Dr Feller had to make do with the means at his disposal. You tempted to resuscitate her the old fashioned way by pulling her arms up and down to extend your chest and draw in air. He, also shocked her with an electric battery implied her with coffee and whiskey. He even tried administering digit Tallus a medicine to strengthen her heart. But despite his best efforts Helen grew steadily weaker, her lungs came to a near standstill, her body starved itself of oxygen and Dr. Fowler. Helpless and Paralyzed Fowler tried to keep Helen comfortable and clung to the hope that she would keep fighting to stay alive. But around ten forty, five am. Helen to occur last breath. Dr Fowler collected himself. Then did the only helpful thing he could think to do determine the cause of death. Her symptoms, Pale visage imply to death by poisoning or overdose. He noted a prescription pill bottle among her possessions. She was taking a mix of morphine and Quinine. The prescription only contained pills and directions on the label said that each capsule possessed justice six of green of morphine. This was considered to be a harmless dose at the time. Helen was supposed to take a single pill each night. But even if she had taken all the pills at once, it shouldn't have been enough to kill her her death didn't make sense the doctor wondered house it's a bright and vivacious young life was cut. So cruelly short. Born on May third eighteen seventy one helen potts was the only daughter of George and Cynthia pots. Her father was a successful railroad contractor and the family lived a comfortable life in the prosperous enclave of Asbury. Park. Near The Jersey shore friends remembered Hallen as one of the most beautiful and popular girls in the neighborhood. She was an excellent student and she excelled at singing and music an outgoing teenager Helen took advantage of her town social scene. The summer she turned eighteen. She attended a dance held in the ballroom of the Coleman House an elegant beachside hotel that night she met a nineteen year old medical student named Carlyle Harris. Carlisle attended university in New York City but he was passing the summer at his mother's house in the nearby town of Ocean, Grove. Carlisle was handsome charming and immediately enamored with Helen Potts according to George Article Seniors Book Six capsules. The Gilded Age murder of Helen Potts Carlisle later recalled. She was the most beautiful girl. I've ever seen. She was tall with remarkably large dark is an olive complexion and possessed that crowning glory of all a massive chestnut hair. Carlisle was in luck that night Helen's escort to the dance was an old friend of. He angled for a formal introduction to the young lady in the two were soon embroiled in conversation. Do you dance. Always. Are you. All right. I have a confession. I can't keep up with you but you are so keen to seal me away from my dance partner. Do. You have any regrets. Regret making a fool of myself on the dance floor. I'll never regret getting the chance to meet you. Let should we do with ourselves now that we met For starters you have to give me a chance to redeem myself. I may not be much of a dancer but. Do you play tennis? During the summer of eighteen, eighty, nine Carlisle and Helen were inseparable. He paid regular visits to her home. They were tennis parties, beach trips, sailing excursions, and picnics. Carlisle even began attending Helen's church to see her sing in the choir. Helen's parents to approve of Carlisle young man came from an impressive background. His maternal grandfather was a widely respected physician in New York Carlisle's parents had separated when he was a child which was unusual for the time. But his mother Francis supported the Family Publishing Popular Christian literature under the pseudonym hope alleged she and Helen's mother Cynthia. We're fond acquaintances between his grandfather and mother carlisle grew up with principled intellectual role models. Behind has youth he pushed back against their influence. Unlike the successful student Helen Potts, he had dropped out of school at the age of thirteen. He drifted aimlessly from one job to another including a stint as an actor in theater company which scandalized his mother his family worried that he might never settle down at a respectable profession. There were relieved when he decided to follow in his grandfather's footsteps and go to medical. School. In his first year, his grandfather was so pleased with Carlisle strong academic performance. He promised to pay the young men's tuition going forward. Suddenly Carlisle's prospects seemed much brighter. But even as Carlisle started down the path to success, he didn't spend much time pondering the future. He was much more concerned with having a good time in the present. The pots didn't know the Carlisle had earned reputation his playboy. His medical school friends later recalled his enthusiasm I seducing women and bragging about it. Later when he found a girl, he liked did whatever it took to get into bed. That's summer. He put all of his efforts into.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

06:36 min | 11 months ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Welcome to our first episode of solved murders, true crime mysteries apar-. CAST original I'm your host Carter Roy and I'm your host. Wendy Mackenzie while we park cast love exploring the open ended mysteries of our first show, unsolved murders, some of the most fascinating crimes of the ones where the bad guys get caught in the end. That's why every Wednesday we'll tell you. The Tales of actual closed cases and reveal how some of life's greatest murder mysteries were solved in part one where you will introduce you to the victims, the mystery of their deaths and the initial steps investigators took towards finding their killer in part to will take you through all the dramatic twists and turns of the investigation and finally reveal have the suspect. Suspect was caught in the murder was solved. You can find episodes of solve murders, and all other par- cast originals for free exclusively on spotify to stream, solved murders for free on spotify just open. The APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on the clutter family, a picture, perfect household of four who were found senselessly murdered in their home of Holcomb Kansas. This week we'll dive into the lives of the clippers up to their last day on earth. Then we'll discuss the discovery of their tragic deaths on November Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-nine. Next week will cover how the case went from hometown for to a nationally infamous true crime saga. Story. That would be forever immortalized in Truman Capote's groundbreaking book in cold blood. Most people in Finney County Kansas new the clippers well. They were model citizens highly respected and beloved members of their community. And their sparkling reputation was something that the family patriarch herb clutter had fostered within his own life from the very beginning. Throughout his childhood and teenage years. was known as a good natured, young man who is intelligent and ambitious to boot qualities that got him far and his small Kansas town. He attended college in the early nineteen, thirty's a time when few people could pursue higher education and thrived. He was a talented student in the Agriculture Department, and well liked by his peers, but his life hit high note when he met his classmates younger sister Bonnie Fox. Hey Mom wanted me to drop off. Oh. You're not my brother. You must be Fox's sister. I'm his friend herb herb clutter. Bonnie my brother mentioned you briefly, but I think we may have met before. We've met your a methodist. Aren't you owe at Church I? Think I have seen you. Hey. Maybe next week we should sit together. Talk about the sermon you know what? I think I'd like that. After some initial awkwardness Herbin Bonnie hit it off quite well. Both were devout methodists, and their shared values brought them together. They dated for a short time before her proposed. The couple married in nineteen, thirty four when her was twenty, three and Bonnie was twenty years old when her pet graduated college. The couple moved to Garden City Kansas there. Her began work as the assistant to finish county's agricultural agents where he educated farmers on the latest advancements in agriculture, and because he proved himself a quick study, he earned a promotion from Assistant to agent. After just seven months on the job, things were once again looking for her clutter. As he lay down roots in Garden City. He made friends wherever he went. His new community found him in Bonnie, incredibly likeable, and the clutter became mainstays in many local social clubs. Yeah, despite his thriving personal life and successful career herb wanted more. He'd always dreamed of owning his own land and starting a farm, where could truly provide for his growing family wrote in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, six bunny gave birth to their first daughter. Viana, then three years later in one, thousand, nine, thirty nine, they had their second daughter Beverly inspired by Beverly Birth twenty-eight-year-old Herb, finally decided to take out a substantial loan to lease some land that year her publicly announced his resignation as the county's agricultural agent, but some of the older men in town found his youthful determination highly amusing. Or Clutter get over here. We heard you might be starting your own farm. You to heard right. That's fine her. You always know what's best to do. On the other fellows land plant this terrorist. You might think differently. If the place was your own now you might think. You actually listen to me for a change. That's right. You all boys I'm about to show you how a college man gets. Things done well good luck or good luck spurred on by the community herb leased land in Holcomb Kansas the small town, only seven miles west of Garden City. He named his new property river valley farm, due to its proximity to the Arkansas River herb set to work immediately and begin toiling away for eighteen hours a day, building his land up to what he'd always imagined, and his efforts paid off in a surprisingly short period of time he grew, is small operation into an expansive outfits, sprawling across thirty eight hundred acres of farmland. Eight hundred acres of which he had purchased outright, he raised hundreds of sheep and cattle, while cultivating wheat, Milo seed and grass seed during busy seasons. He needed eighteen employees to keep his business running smoothly. It was clear to everyone in Finney. County that herbs success was harder. And soon he became one of the most prominent farmers in the region. Some accredited his achievements to his college education. While others believed his religious devotion was to thank as a devout methodist, he believed that any drug or stimulant was sinful. He refused to drink coffee, and it never touched an alcoholic drink in his life. Herb was so again spirits. He even brought it up when interviewing his farmhands. Heard good things about you and your resume seems to be.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"This is unsolved murders. True Crime Stories. I'm your host Carter Roy and I'm your host. Wendy Mackenzie this is our first episode on Ken mcelroy. If you like the show we immensely appreciate if you leave a five star review on your favorite podcast directory. And don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every Tuesday. You can also find us on facebook and Instagram at par cast and on twitter at podcast network. So how exactly does a man who's gunned down in front of a crowd of witnesses end up in unsolved murder? There's an old joke about Texas. That may as well apply to skidmore Missouri. In mcelroy's case an out of state lawyer goes up to the chief justice and asks. Why is it that out here? You routinely hang horse thieves but oftentimes lit murderers. Go free the chief justice replies because there never was a horse that needed stealing. Is it possible that? After decades of tormenting the town of skidmore the residents thought mcelroy had become a person who needed killing to get a better idea of what might have been going on through the minds of the people of skidmore on that hot summer day in nineteen eighty one. Let's take a look back at the life of Ken mcelroy. Ken mcelroy was born June first nineteen thirty four. The fifteen th of what would be sixteen children of Tony and Mabel mcelroy. His parents were poor farmers who moved from eastern Kansas to the ozarks and finally to northern Missouri looking for work in the nineteen thirties. Tony eventually found a tenant farming job and settled in quicken. Just six miles north of skidmore. His salary was a dollar a day and because he had healthy sons who can help out with the Labor. He provided a real bargain for the owner not such a great bargain for the mcelroy boys. Though for the first thirteen years of Kens life he lived in someone else's house in worked on someone else's land while his family barely had enough to get by. You can imagine how that sort of childhood could make a man want to avoid that life for himself by any means necessary although he dropped out of school in the eighth grade. Ken found some financial success as well as comradery amongst local raccoon hunters. He garnered a reputation for his keen judgment of hunting dogs which he could sell sight unseen for up to three hundred dollars a piece but that wasn't enough for mcelroy like coon hunting is other more lucrative activity took place at night with the help of one of his hunting buddies. Ken perfected the art of stealing animals from the farms around skidmore a crime known as livestock rustling..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Parcast Presents

Parcast Presents

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Parcast Presents

"Thanks again for tuning into unsolved murders. We'll be back next Tuesday with a new episode for more information on the murder of Betty Gail Brown amongst them. Many sources we used. We found the book who killed Betty Gail Brown by Alex. Arnold Juniors Attorney Robert Lawson to be extremely helpful to our research you can find all episodes of unsolved murders 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 unsolved murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream unsolved murders on spotify. Just open the APP and type unsolved murders in the search bar. Several of you have asked how to help us if you enjoy the show. The best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at podcast network. We'll see next time if we live till next time. Unsolved murders true crime stories was created by Max Cutler. In depar- studios original executive producers include Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Michael Langner with production assistance by Ron Shapiro Carly Madden Isabella way. And Joel Stein. This episode of unsolved murders was written by mean Osman with writing assistance by Abigail Cannon. The amazing cast voice actors. Includes Tiana Camacho Jerry? Courtney Austin Dan Velazquez Joe Hernandez and Harris Markson it stars. Wendy Mackenzie and Carter Roy..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Thanks again for tuning into unsolved murders. We'll be back next Tuesday with part. Two of the Saint Valentine's Day Day massacre you can find all episodes of unsolved murders and all other park cast originals for free on spotify 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 unsolved murders for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream unsolved murders on spotify. Just open the APP tap. Browse and type unsolved murders in the search bar bar several of you have asked how to help us if you enjoy the show. The best way to help is to leave a five star review and don't forget to follow us on facebook good instagram at park cast and twitter at par. CAST network will all be back next week to finish up this investigation. Thanks for listening thing. We'll see you next time yeah. If we lived till makes time unsolved murders true crime stories was created by Max Cutler undeveloped by Ron Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network it is produced by Maxon Ron Cutler with sound design by Michael Michael Lansner production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Freddie Beckley. This episode of unsolved unsolved murders was written by Giles Hav Seth and stars how hard it Kate Leonard Wendy Mackenzie Encarta Roy the amazing cast voice actors actors includes Mike Kaposi Sky King Steve Pinto and Brent Schneider.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Due to the graphic nature of this murder case listener discretion is advised this episode includes dramatization and discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen Jim. I swear to you. This is the business opportunity of a lifetime with our reach. We corner the market in this whole damn city. We've already cornered the market johnny the market on Dame's. We've got two hundred brothels all throughout Chicago. We are raking in money. Hand over fist and you WANNA get greedy. Reaching for more is what I built big enough for you. Dames are pennies compared to the money. We can make from booze and you know it. If you could just take your head out of your rear end long enough to breathe we could be selling liquor every blocked by the end of the month or we could be minding our own damn business on the one running this outfit Johnny. If I say we stay out of look we stay out of look. Don't you forget it. You can't stop progress. Jim Get Outta here before I throw you out. You can't stop progress. This is unsolved. Murders true crime stories apart cast original. I'm your host Carter. Roy and I'm your host Wendy Mackenzie every Tuesday we dive into the world of a real unsolved murder and try to solve the case you can find episodes of unsolved murders and all other podcast cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream unsolved murders for free on spotify just open the APP tap. Browse and entites unsolved murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on the Saint Valentine's Day massacre this week will cover the dramatic gang war the built to the most brutal massacre in the history of Chicago next week will cover the investigation into said massacre and all the twists and turns that took place throughout the Saint Valentine's Day massacre was the culmination of a long-running blood feud between the competing kingpins of nineteen twenties Chicago now so for our investigation into the massacre. We've invited the hosts of park cast original kingpin to help us dig into the criminal underworld. We have kate hi unsolved murders listeners and Howell. Hello everyone if you're interested in learning about the rise and fall of kingpins and queen pins you can check out our show kingpins every Friday. Wherever you listen to podcasts at podcast we are grateful for you. Our listeners you to allow us to do what we love. Let us know Howard doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening you can listen to previous episodes of unsolved murders as well as all of podcasts other shows on spotify gratify and wherever else you listen to podcasts.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Due to the graphic nature of this murder case listener discretion is advised, this episode includes dramatization in discussions of murder and assault. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Hey, george. Hey, Mary, g. That's some dress. Thanks. I'm heading down to the parade me to say. How about we go together? Sorry, george. I don't think so. I've got to stop at the pencil factory to pick up my paycheck, I o okay. But I can meet you down there. And then after the prayed, maybe we can catch a movie. Hey, that'd be swell. This is my stop. Let's meet at the drugstore, down on Peachtree. See George SIA. Mary. On Saturday, April twenty sixth nineteen thirteen thirteen year old Mary Fagin road. The English avenue trolley into downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The city was a buzz with excitement for the confederate Memorial Day parade. Mary walked in the opposite direction of the crowds heading instead towards the national pencil company where she worked during the week, the massive four story. Granite building took up a full city block, and towered over the surrounding mills. Mary pulled open the heavy metal front, doors and went inside. She would remain there until dawn the next day when the city undertaker would emerge through the same archway carrying her. Lifeless corpse. This is unsettled murders. True. Crime stories I'm your host Carter ROY in. I'm your host, Wendy MacKenzie. This is our first episode on little Mary, Fagin a thirteen year old child laborer who was brutally murdered at her factory.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Lie. So Carter who do you think was behind the Tylenol murders was so hard to say anything for sure Carl's Sumpter the alias. We use for the man who sent the extortion letters to Johnson and Johnson and allegedly killed a neighbor for the insurance money seems like a likely suspect, but he would have needed an accomplice killing in Chicago while he was living in New York. Plus, he seems like he got involved to frame his boss for murder rather than commit murder himself. That's true. What about you, Wendy as easy as it would be to pin the crime on someone is mentally unstable in violent as Laurie Dan the crime just seems too sophisticated for her to have pulled off which means I have to go with Roger Arnold? We know he's capable of murder and not too concerned with anyone getting in his way, his botched revenge against Harvey Walker could even be seen as an attempt at covering his tracks. We also don't know the exact. Reason why police dismissed him so quickly for the Tylenol murders. Maybe there was something they missed AB. But even after all the possible killers we discussed today. I still think there's a good chance. The real killer has never even been questioned. Really makes you want to double check your medicine cabinet, doesn't it? Thanks again for tuning in to unsolved murders. We'll be back next Tuesday. With a new episode, you can find more episodes of unsolved murders as well. As olive park. Casts. Other podcasts on apple podcasts. Spotify Stitcher, Google play or your favorite podcast directory. Several of you have asked how to help us if you enjoy the show the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. And don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram at park cast and Twitter at par cast network. We'll see you next time. If we live till next time. Unsolved murders. True crime stories was created by next Cutler and developed by Ron Cutler, it is a production of Cutler media and as part of the par cast network. It is produced by Maxon Ron Cutler sound design by Kenny Hobbs with production assistance by Ron Shapiro and Paul Moller additional production assistance by Maggie admire and Carly Madden. Unsolved murders is written by Jordan lyric and stars Carter, ROY and Wendy MacKenzie. The amazing cast voice actors includes by alphabetical order might Kaposi. Jerry, Courtney Austin, Harris Markson, Steve Pinto and Daniel Velazquez. And here it is a clip of the first episode of extraterrestrial, it's about the nineteen sixty one up ducks of Barney and Betty hill. We hope you enjoy it to hear the full first episode subscribe to extraterrestrial wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"I can do. No, more for you. My people have elevated another Lord to take my place you and all of your men are already. Did he says he won't help? And that we are all going to die. You'll do as the commander says or I will personally al-roa that is enough emperor models Zuma here will do as we ask or he will find that. My patients has come to an end, I am not afraid to die. He claims that he isn't afraid of death being Solents all men are afraid to die the emperor. Here is not all men is he our priests long foretold, you're coming the death, the pain and anguish that you would bring to my people. He said that I don't care what he said. We'll he addressed them his people or not were you speak to the crowd outside. I will. But I go knowing that no matter what happens today is my last day on this land. And you send me knowingly to my death and history will remember you was the monsters that you are history. Will remember the Victor that can keep the doors? What have they truly conquered people terrified strange weapons listening to a leader? Who did not heed the omens? This will be the legacy of the mighty conquerors enough heathen enough. He then go and pray that your words do not land on deaf ears. Do you really believe his words will change anything? No. But if they kill him for us. We will have one less thing to do before we make our escape tell the men to prepare for the worst. Montezuma the second likely knew that whatever happened next. This would be the last time he would speak before his people, and he was right? But even after nearly five hundred years of intense scrutiny scholars and historians can't seem to agree on who was responsible for his death or the events that eventually led to the downfall of the Aztec empire. This is unsettled murders true crime stories on the park asked network. I'm your host Carter, ROY. And I'm your host Wendy MacKenzie. This is our first episode on the murder of the as tech emperor. Montezuma the second you can listen to previous episodes of on solve murders as well..

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Wendy, and I wanted to take a moment for today's podcast to once again, thank you. The unsolved murders listeners for all the support you've shown us because of you. The success of unsolved murders was able to launch a number of other shows for park cast. And for that, we're very grateful. Thank you for making par cast what it is today. This unsolved murders podcast is sponsored by net flicks is new four part docu series. Evil, genius. Evil genius tells the story of Brian Douglas wells, an American pizza delivery man who was killed when an explosive device that was forcibly locked around his neck exploded, the four part docu series. Evil genius is streaming. Now, only on net flicks. Unsolved murders is also sponsored by Madison Reed. Checkout Madison reads gorgeous salon-quality multidimensional hair-color, and get it delivered to your door for under twenty five dollars. Find your. Perfect shade at Madison dash Reed dot com. Madison Reed would like to honor unsolved murders, true crime stories. Listeners with ten percent off plus free shipping on their first color kit. With promo code unsolved, that's code unsolved due to the graphic nature of this murder case, listener discretion is advised. This episode includes dramatization and discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. All right, boys wherever brings me back. The biggest sand crab gets an extra scoop of ice cream now don't get too close to the water. It's rough out there and your father would bury me alive. If I only brought back one of you. What does that boys? Can you tell. It looks like a store mannequin. What what the heck. Boys. Voice get back. Boys meet at this minute, clear this you here. This is not a magic. January twelfth, nineteen sixty five in the sand dunes of Wanda beach near Sydney, Australia Peter Smith was enjoying a day with his young nephews until he stumbled on when he I thought was a department store mannequin. But when he knelt down to wipe some sand off the surface, he realized he was touching a human head. This was no mannequin, but the body of teenage girl. Peter was so shocked by his disturbing discovery that he immediately left to alert authorities. But little did he know there was another body buried beneath the sand. A second girl, the same age as the first. This is unsolved murders, true crime stories. I'm your host Carter ROY, and I'm your host, Wendy MacKenzie. This is our first episode on the Wanda beach murders. If you like the show, we'd immensely appreciate if you could leave a five star review on your favorite podcast directory and don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every Tuesday. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram at park cast and on Twitter at podcast network. In one thousand nine hundred sixty five, the beach-side towns of Australia. We're known as ideallic travel spots as well as wholesome residential areas, full of playful innocence and picturesque neighborhoods where leisure and the simple things in life, like a trip to the beach or a train ride to a nearby town. We're commonly valued. Danger was rarely a concern. Children played unsupervised. Parents didn't need to worry about obstruction. Let alone murder life in the suburbs of Australia is safe, secure, and one might even dare to say perfect, but the violent murder of two teenage girls on a blustery day in January changed all that the killer ended. The young lives of two teenage girls, Marianne, Schmidt, and Christine Sharrock an act which shocked to seaside community and ultimately, all of Australia. Their story became known. Known as the Wanda beach murders, one of Australia's. Most infamous unsolved murders of the nineteen sixties. And while this story revolves around Marianne and Christine, many other people were affected parents, grandparents, siblings, detectives, and a slew of suspects either played a role in this mystery or felt the consequences of it while the story begins and ends with victims Marianne and Christine. So we must. I learn a little more about them.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"This is unsolved murders, true crime stories. I'm your host Carter ROY, and I'm your host, Wendy MacKenzie. This is our first episode on Ken McElroy. If you like the show, we'd immensely appreciate if you leave a five star review on your favorite podcast directory and don't forget to subscribe while you're there because of new episode comes out every Tuesday. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and on Twitter at park cast network. So how exactly does a man who's gunned down in front of a crowd of witnesses end up in unsolved murder. There's an old joke about Texas that may as well apply to Skidmore Missouri in mcelroy's case an out of state lawyer goes up to the chief Justice and asks, why is it that out here? You routinely hang horse thieves, but oftentimes lit, murderers, go free. The chief Justice replies, because there never was a horse that needed stealing. Is it possible that after decades of tormenting the town of Skidmore, the residents thought McElroy had become a person who needed killing to get a better idea of what might have been going on through the minds of the people of Skidmore on that hot summer day in nineteen. Eighty-one. Let's take a look back at the life of Ken McElroy. Ken McElroy was born June first nineteen, thirty four. The fifteenth of what would be sixteen. Children of Tony and Mabel McElroy. His parents were poor farmers who moved from eastern Kansas to the Ozarks in finally to northern Missouri looking for work in the nineteen thirties, Tony eventually found a tenant farming job and settled in quit man. Just six miles north of Skidmore. His salary was a dollar a day and because he had healthy sons who could help out with the labor. He provided a real bargain for the owner not such a great bargain for the McElroy boys, though, for the first thirteen years of kens life. He lived in someone else's house and worked on someone else's land while his family barely had enough to get by. You can imagine how that sort of childhood could make. A man want to avoid that life for himself by any means necessary. Although he dropped out of school in the eighth grade. Ken found some financial success as well as come rotary amongst local raccoon hunters. He garnered a reputa-. Station for his keen judgment of hunting dogs, which he could sell sight unseen for up to three hundred dollars a piece. But that wasn't enough for McElroy. Like Coon hunting is other more lucrative activity took place at night with the help of one of his hunting buddies. Ken perfected the art of stealing animals from the farms around Skidmore a crime known as livestock rustling. How'd it go? The auction house, Chuck whiskey, straight bad. Nothing good enough to replace your to steer that went missing you mean that went stolen. Another and yeah, they were too there that would have replaced nine perfectly because they were mind. Never. One knows it was Ken who stole did you talk to the auction house? I yelled at the auction house and know what they told me prove it. Let's make that a double on the house. Because Missouri didn't require branding. McElroy was smart enough to steal unmarked. Livestock and livestock wasn't the least of it. Other items began disappearing from homes and farms around the area gasoline grain, alcohol, antiques, anything that could be sold during one three month period. It was estimated that over one hundred thousand dollars worth of property had been stolen from local farmers. It was hardly a secret who was behind all of these thefts in Skidmore, but McElroy always managed to avoid arrest to give you an idea of how that happened. One farmer who filed charges against Ken McElroy later withdrew them after Ken smashed the man across the face with a rifle, as if getting away with the crime wasn't enough. Kens ego was far too big for him to keep quiet about it, rubbing it in the faces of the people he stole from. Seemed to be half the thrill. Good evening. Gentlemen, Ken, how much for shoddy your fun is Berg know what I'll just buy the bottle Jesus. Can you carry your money in a sack now? Can't fit all this in a wallet. You got change for a hundred. What are you staring at? Chuck never seen a bag of money before that money belongs to me. You thieving son of it. I have no idea what you're talking about, but you look like you could use a drink, go ahead.

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"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

07:20 min | 3 years ago

"wendy mackenzie" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"They better help. Let's you connect with experienced professional therapist in a safe in private environment anytime to learn more or sign up, go to better help dot com. Slash unsolved enter the invite code unsolved to get your first seven days free and show your support for the show. There's no shame in getting help because you're worth it due to the graphic nature of this murder case, listener discretion is advised. This episode includes dramatization and discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Where are you going darling out? Will you pick up some produce on your way home for what? I'd like to bake a blueberry pie. Why don't you go out and fetch the berries? I have to clean today. I'd like to finish by sunset. All right. You got a list over right here might as well pick up some cabbage while you're there. We have little left. So cold. One day in nineteen sixty-nine. Karl Valdemar Gill strum one of the original suspects in a triple homicide Finland. When out to lake Botum. He never left. That's right. He committed suicide by drowning Guilsher had first garnered attention because he was known throughout the area as Kerma jn. Curmudgeon. It is said he was such an angry person that he even threw rocks at passing children. It's believed he was a miserable man and that witnessing happiness, especially in the hearts of children main even more miserable. So he commonly lashed out. He lived very close to the murder site and ran a kiosk in the oughta recreation area. And there is a story supposedly reported by a neighbor that Gil strum was seen at a well a few days after the murders because of this story, people have theorized that he could have been hiding, the murder weapons inside the well. But this was never verified by Thornberry's and may simply be here say he was the first suspect police pursued, however, but his wife provided an alibi for his whereabouts on the morning of the murder and this cleared him of suspicion. And that was when we last heard of him until nineteen sixty nine. That was when he killed himself in the very lake where three young teenagers were murdered back in nineteen sixty fifteen year old on ya to the key Mackey and eighteen. Eighteen year old Seppo Antero boys. Men were found brutally stabbed and bludgeoned inside a tent in the woods. Fifteen year old myla. Your Meli Bjorklund was found dead on top of the tent. She was naked from the waist down and stabbed many more times than the other two victims. The fourth member of their group Neal's Wilhem Gusta son was attacked and incurred multiple stab wounds, but he survived officers that reported to the scene found him semi-conscious when they arrived about was pretty dazed and couldn't recall anything at the time later, he would undergo hypnosis and that's when brand new details of the suspect would emerge would lead to any real progress or are simply add to the mystery of Finland's most terrifying who done it. This is unsettled murders, true crime stories. I'm your host Carter ROY, and I'm your host, Wendy MacKenzie. This is our second episode of the lake Boda murders. If you like the show, we would mentally appreciate if you could leave a five star review on your favorite podcast directory and don't forget to subscribe while you're there because a new episode comes out every Tuesday. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and on Twitter at park cast network. When we left off last week, we were discussing a man who became a prominent suspect due to some strange evidence. This individual was Hans asthma. He was thirty seven years old at the time of the murder. If you'll recall, he became a suspect because he entered a hospital in a frenzied state with dirt under his fingernails and blood on his clothes. Just one day after the teens murders, then witness testimony emerged that described a suspect leaving the teenagers campsite the morning of the murder. The man was described as having long blond hair. Hans was a man with long blond hair. Well, before we got a haircut that is, and the timing of that haircut is very significant because he only headed cut immediately after news reports described a suspect with long blonde hair very suspicious, and we can't forget that haunts was linked to another unsolved murder, seven years earlier that of Aliki leaky. Sorry. A seventeen year old finished girl. We also can't forget the possibility that Hans was a spy for the KGB which makes this all the more complicated and interesting out of all of this information. I feel like the cutting of his hair is the most incriminating just know maybe Hans was paranoid maybe he thought his long hair made him look too much like the suspect and maybe he was afraid that he would be pinpointed because of his past either way. It was a strange move. Yes, but here's where the case takes a disappointing turn authorities question Hans girlfriend who provided what was considered a solid alibi for his whereabouts during the time of the murder in fortunately, we don't have the details of that alibi, but we do know it was enough authorities to stop pursuing him. He was no longer considered viable suspect. To me that isn't enough. It seems to convenient that investigators just crossed off the list. Well, maybe it was one theory as to why he was eliminated as a suspect was because of his political affiliations. You mean his link to the KGB. Right. So you're saying perhaps he was protected even shielded from the law because of this. That may have been the reason why he was removed from the suspect list. The KGB was still active in Finland, as finished Soviet relations, remained tense. That adds a whole nother layer if it's true. But here's another strange piece of the puzzle during the funeral service for one of the victims, a photograph was taken of the crowd. In the center of the photograph is a man, no one who knew the victims could identify him.

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