Silent Night, Deadly Night – Part 3

We continue our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This multi-part episode is about the mysterious death of Elizabeth Ford Griffith. A 17-year-old girl caught up in a love triangle with her boss Dr. Christopher C. Schott and boyfriend Captain George Jordan. She was found, dead on the floor at her work. At first glance, it looked like a suicide, but upon further investigation, it appeared that something happened to this beautiful girl.

Silent Night, Deadly Night – Part 2

We continue our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This multi-part episode is about the mysterious death of Elizabeth Ford Griffith. A 17-year-old girl caught up in a love triangle with her boss Dr. Christopher C. Schott and boyfriend Captain George Jordan. She was found, dead on the floor at her work. At first glance, it looked like a suicide, but upon further investigation, it appeared that something happened to this beautiful girl.

Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 1

We continue our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This multi-part episode is about the mysterious death of Elizabeth Ford Griffith. A 17-year-old girl caught up in a love triangle with her boss Dr. Christopher C. Schott and boyfriend Captain George Jordan. She was found, dead on the floor at her work. At first glance, it looked like a suicide, but upon further investigation, it appeared that something happened to this beautiful girl.

The Accidental Murder

The 12 days of Murder series continues with this short story, “The Accidental Murder.” The On Christmas Eve, 1892, Will Buckalew had been drinking too much and eventually got into a fight with his brother. Boy Varnum stepped in, only to be shot for his troubles.

The Christmas Tree Murder Case

This is the first in our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This first case is called the Christmas Tree Murder Case. In Hornell, New York, on December 21st, 1925, Floyd Dennis was out cutting down a Christmas Tree for his family. Floyd didn’t ask the landowner if he could do this, and it started a confrontation that ended with murder!

A Fatal Decision in New York

Albert Latham came back from the great war in 1918 as a family hero. He saved his marriage with Gertrude Latham in the process, and they moved to a beautiful home in Binghamton, New York. On March 3rd, 1922, all of that had changed. Albert emerged from his home with a bullet wound to his head and hand, saying his wife tried to kill him. She was now dead…

Midnight in San Francisco

Samuel Jacobson was on his way home just after midnight after spending the evening at the theater with his fiancée. When he got home, he had been shot and was fighting for his life. Soon the papers would be filled with theories about the case, Murder? Suicide? Jilted ex-lover? They covered it all.

The Murder of Lottie Yates

This is a story of violence, jealousy, and a miscarriage of justice. This story first takes place in the year 1891 in a little town called Greenup, Kentucky. 17 year old, Lottie Yates is trying to get away from her abusive husband. She doesn’t know what lengths he will go to win her back, or else.

Oklahoma Girl Scout murders

We have reached episode 50! I decided to celebrate this milestone with a case that I have been asked over and over to cover. The Oklahoma Girl Scout murders happened in 1977 and is still widely talked about today. On the second day of camp, three young girls are discovered murdered on a trail. This is an unbelievable case that is still open today.

The Real Candy Man

Learn the story of Timothy O’Bryan and his tragic Halloween night in 1974. This is the story that scared parents into checking each and every piece of Halloween candy that their children collected.

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