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…
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.
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.
Join us for a Forgotten True Crime story that has been lost to time until now. In 1891 Susan Watkins walked into Roanoak, Virginia, looking for her husband, Charles Watkins. He had left her for another woman, and she wanted him back. A few days later, Susan’s body was discovered in a creekbed.
Today as a part of our Halloween series, we tell four original Ghost Prison Stories of varying levels of frightfulness. All of these stories were initially told between 1875 – 1909. You be the judge on what is real or not.
On April 23rd, 1908, Patrick Brennan returned home from a long day at work to find his wife Sarah had left him. The neighbor’s Mary and James Farmer, he once called friend, were now moving into his home, saying they were sold the house months ago. But after reviewing the deed transfer, things don’t seem to add up
Specters on the Trail is long lost ghost story about a young cowboy who sees ghostly apparitions while on the trail. Originally published in 1890 and has not been published since, we bring this story back for another ghostly episode. If you want to see the original article, check it out over at truecrime.blog.
From the book, Celebrated Criminal Cases of America – By Thomas Duke. We learn of the disappearance of the wealthy San Francisco real-estate investor Nicholas Skerritt after making a business deal.
What happens when the cousin of famous outlaws, is let out of prison early and tries to pick up the family business? This is the unique story of Ernest Oglesby and the murder of Officer Douglas Gates.
In 1939, You wouldn’t expect a vacation to turn to murder. But when a man shows up at the hospital in Clinton, Oklahoma with his dead wife who he says had just been hit by a hit-and-run driver, it came to just that. Officers jump into action and do what they can to solve the case. This is the story of Warren and Julia Abby.