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Top True Crime Podcasts for May 2021

There are hundreds of True Crime Podcasts out there and as a fan and a creator, I cant get enough. But one of the things I get asked a lot is “Aside form your own show, what True Crime Podcasts are you listening to?” and I thought that it would be best to start a …

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New York Trolley Killings

Mount Vernon, New York, July 20th 1925.  It’s just after 2AM.  It’s been a long day for Joseph Shumacker who is close to ending his work day.  He has spent most of his day on several Trolleys, not because he likes to or anything, but it’s because he works as an Inspector for the Westchester …

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Backlog and Coffee

So a lot of you are probably here because you heard about it from the Okie Investigations Podcast, others might have stumbled onto us through searching for True Crime stories and such. Either way, there’s not a whole lot here just yet. We are working on our backlog of cases we have covered and getting …

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The Hitchhike Slayers

November 3rd, 1948. Robert Taylor started his day like every other during the school year.  He got up early in the morning and started up his school bus.  Robert was one of the drivers for the local school near Arcadia in 1948.  It was a quiet Wednesday morning, he picked up the kids, one by …

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A Shot to the Heart – The Murder of School Teacher Jewel Stephens

When you work in a hospital, you are always preparing for the unknowable. There is always something going on, a crisis can break out at any moment.  This is one thing that has always stayed constant for the last 100 years.  This was no different in Claremore Oklahoma on December 18th 1937.   A man entered …

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Love Triangle – The Murder of Ralph Hubbard

December 5th 1937, In Pryor Oklahoma.  News travels fast though the little towns in  Oklahoma.   Pryor was no exception, especially when it came to helping your neighbor.  That day many of the residents in Pryor were gathering at the Hubbard farm, to search and see if they could find Ralph.  You see, earlier that …

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