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Hosted by Ash Kelley and Alaina Urquhart from the hit show Morbid. When 90-year-old Laurence Pilgeram drops dead on the sidewalk outside his condo, you might think that’s the end of his story. But, really, it’s just the beginning. Because Laurence and others like him have signed up to be frozen and brought back to life in the future. And that belief will pull multiple generations of the Pilgeram family into a cryonics soap opera filled with dead pets, gold coins, grenades, fist fights, mysterious packages, family feuds, Hall of Fame baseball legends, and frozen heads — lots of frozen heads. From Wondery, comes a story about life, death, and what comes next. Follow Frozen Head on Amazon Music or wherever you get your podcasts. Binge early and ad-free by subscribing to Wondery+ in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery App.   Listen to Frozen Head: Wondery.fm/FH_Criminology Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Julie Jensen

Julie Jensen

2023-01-2954:45

In December 1998, Julie Jensen was murdered in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin. After an investigation by police, Julie's husband, Mark Jensen, was identified as the prime suspect. He was charged with murdering Julie by poisoning her with antifreeze and then smothering her. He was convicted of the murder in 2008. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss Mark Jensen and the death of Julie Jensen. One of the biggest indicators of guilt, according to jurors, was something Julie had written and given to a neighbor before her death. It said that if anything happened to her, look at her husband, Mark. Mark's conviction was eventually overturned because it was ruled that he had the right to confront his accuser about this evidence. As this episode releases, Mark is back on trial for Julie's murder. But many years have passed, and her letter has been ruled inadmissible. Will this jury see things the same way as the jury did in 2008? You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Steven Koecher

Steven Koecher

2023-01-2256:092

Steven Koecher disappeared near Las Vegas, Nevada, in December 2009. Steven's 2003 Chevy Cavalier was found parked on a cul-de-sac in a planned development called Sun City. The homeowner's association noticed the car had been there for some time, saw flyers for a window washing service, and called the number. It turned out that Steven worked for the service in St. George, Utah, 120 miles away. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the mysterious disappearance of Steven Koecher. This case has been talked about and debated online for years. The first mystery is why Steven was in Nevada in the first place, and it was revealed that he had made previous trips to the same area. Eyewitnesses and video surveillance add some information to the case but leave more questions unanswered than answered. What was Steven Koecher doing near Las Vegas, and what happened to him? You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Shanda Sharer

Shanda Sharer

2023-01-1557:30

12-year-old Shanda Sharer was murdered in 1992. The details of her murder shocked the area. There had been just three other murders in the previous 12 years in the County, and none of them were as gruesome. People were even more shocked when it was revealed that four teenage girls were responsible for the brutal murder. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the murder of Shanda Sharer. It didn't take long for Melinda Loveless, Laurie Tackett, Hope Rippey, and Toni Lawrence to be identified as the perpetrators of Shanda's murder. Some of the girls talked about it openly to friends. Investigators learned that it was Melinda Loveless who held a grudge against Shanda because she thought Shanda was messing around with her girlfriend, Amanda. Melinda recruited Laurie, Hope, and Toni to follow her plan even though the three girls didn't even know Shanda. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For more than three and a half decades, the disappearance of 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews was a mystery – a riddle neither authorities nor her family members could solve. The residents of her cloistered Colorado hometown had scoured every inch of prairie. Jonelle’s face had been on milk cartons nationwide. Even the President of the United States had appealed to the public for help. Still, every lead had fizzled. Every person of interest had turned out to be a dead end. Then, in 2019, Jonelle’s remains were unearthed near the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. With the discovery came a troubling new question: Had the truth been hiding in plain sight the entire time? Was the man who couldn’t stop obsessing over Jonelle’s disappearance also the person who took her? From Campside Media and Wondery comes season two of SUSPECT. Former CNN reporter Ashley Fantz and executive producers Matthew Shaer and Eric Benson (Suspect, Over My Dead Body) dig into one of the most mind-bending cold cases in modern history, in an attempt to separate fact and fiction, compulsion from guilt, and true-crime fandom from a motive for murder. Hey Prime Members, you can binge all 6 episodes of SUSPECT: Vanished in the Snow ad-free on Amazon Music. Download the Amazon Music app today: Wondery.fm/Crim_Sus2  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael Griffey was murdered at the end of December 2005. He was found in the garage on January 2nd after a New Year's Eve celebration had occurred at the house. Michael and his wife Diane were married for 20 years and had three children, but they were essentially living separate lives. In fact, they were each seeing other people while still living under the same roof. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the mysterious murder of Michael Griffey. Suspicion quickly fell on multiple members of the Griffey family. It seems as though more than one family member may have had a motive to want to see Michael dead. Anger, jealousy, and financial issues were all possibilities. There have been arrests but no trials, and one child has even confessed on video. So many years later, the case remains extremely murky. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Q&A Episode 2022

Q&A Episode 2022

2023-01-0101:03:171

Mike and Morf answer listener questions from emails and voicemails. We thought this would be a fun way to bring the year to a close! You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rhonda Hinson

Rhonda Hinson

2022-12-1851:473

On December 22nd, 1981, 19-year-old Rhonda Annette Hinson headed to an office Christmas party. In the early morning of the 23rd, she was found about a half mile from her home lying outside her car on the should of the road. The police determined that Rhonda had been shot by a high-powered rifle that went through her trunk, back seat, and into the driver's seat. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the baffling death of Rhonda Hinson. Witnesses came forward the descriptions of cars seen near Rhonda's car. Police had to figure out if these were people involved in Rhonda's death or people who stopped to see what was happening. What clouded the waters even more was that it was revealed that Rhonda was not supposed to come home that night, and only a few people knew of her change in plans. The police looked closely at Rhonda's boyfriend, Greg, and a friend named Mark, whose girlfriend said she saw Rhonda's sweater in his car before Rhonda was killed. That sweater was later found in Rhonda's car. 41 years later, two big questions remain. What exactly happened in the death of Rhonda Hinson, and who was involved? You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Turn your food waste into dirt with the press of a button with Lomi. Use the code CRIMINOLOGY to save $50 at lomi.com/CRIMINOLOGY Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Billy Mansfield Jr

Billy Mansfield Jr

2022-12-1155:203

On October 27th, 2020, 63-year-old Gary Mansfield was arrested on drug charges in Spring Hill, Florida. As he was being led to a police car, Gary Mansfield reportedly told authorities about multiple bodies buried on the property that he claimed his brother, Billy Mansfield Jr, had buried there. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the life and crimes of Billy Mansfield Jr. Police were already well aware of Billy Mansfield Jr because he had been sitting in a California prison for many years. But, authorities had to check out the claims made by his brother Gary to see what details might be revealed. Gary's claims reignited a decades-old investigation. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Yaser Said

Yaser Said

2022-12-0452:352

On January 1, 2008, Yaser Said murdered his two teenage daughters, Sarah and Amina, in Texas. He would later say that he was upset that his daughters were dating American boys and that they were becoming too westernized. Yaser escaped capture with the help of family members but was eventually apprehended and held responsible for his crimes. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the acts committed by Said and what he has referred to as honor killings. Yaser Said was reported to be abusive to his wife and children. His wife Patricia left the home with the children on multiple occasions, but she later said that Yaser threatened to kill her family if she didn't return. Were these murders honor killings, as Yaser has claimed, or did he say that to try to justify these unthinkable acts? You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Around noon on November 13th, 2022, first responders found four victims in a home at the University of Idaho. They were identified as 20-year-old Ethan Chapin, 21-year-old Madison Mogen, 20-year-old Xana Kernodle, and 21-year-old Kaylee Goncalves. Madison, Kaylee, and Xana lived in the home, and Ethan, Xana’s boyfriend, had stayed over at their house for the night. The 4 victims were students at the University of Idaho. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss this case that is currently dominating the headlines. What police found at the home wasn’t someone who had simply passed out. Instead, the 4 college students had been brutally stabbed to death, and the crime scene was brutal. The police are currently processing evidence and working to identify who committed these heinous murders. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When a shocking crime occurs, former FBI Profiler Candice DeLong will have a lot to say about it. On KILLER PSYCHE DAILY, Candice digs into the motivations and behaviors of the criminal masterminds and killers who are dominating the headlines. For 10 minutes, five days a week, she draws on her years of experience to break down complex criminal cases, look back at the historic crimes that still haunt us today, and share new insights. With new episodes every Monday through Friday, KILLER PSYCHE DAILY delivers a lot of true crime in just a little bit of time. Listen only on Amazon Music: www.amazon.com/KPD_us_pfd_AA_110122   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Betsy Aardsma

Betsy Aardsma

2022-11-2057:102

On November 28th, 1969, college student Betsy Aardsma was murdered inside the library at Penn State University. Betsy had spent Thanksgiving with her boyfriend at his campus but had returned because she had an assignment she needed to finish. It was that assignment that took her to the library that fateful day. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the mysterious murder of Betsy Aardsma. Because of the holiday, the library was not as crowded as it would have been on most days. But, there were still a good number of people inside the building. Betsy was killed in a library section known as "the stacks" due to the extremely narrow rows. Witnesses heard a crash, a young man yelling, and then saw him rush out of the library. Investigators worked hard to solve Betsy's murder but have yet to do so. But, there are a number of suspects that people have pointed to over the years. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In 1956, Angelo LaMarca abducted Peter Weinberger and left a ransom note for the baby's parents. A cat-and-mouse game with the Weinbergers and the police ensued while 1-month-old Peter's life hung in the balance. Multiple ransom demands were made, but the drops were never picked up. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss this case from the 1950s. The Weinbergers weren't famous or rich, so in that way, this kidnapping differed greatly from the infamous Lindbergh kidnapping case. But, there were some similarities as well. The hunt for the abductor relied heavily on handwriting analysis. When the truth came out, people were horrified to learn the true details and the motive behind the abduction. LaMarca's actions devastated two families. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Introducing: Infamous

Introducing: Infamous

2022-11-1004:581

Behind every infamous news story is a journalist trying to hold power to account. Join reporters Vanessa Grigoriadis and Gabriel Sherman as they take an in-depth look at the most explosive scandals of this century. From high-profile divorces to sex cults to the lies that started a war, they’ll guide you through the juiciest, most outrageous, celeb-filled stories of the last two decades, and give you a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to shine an unflattering light on the world’s most powerful people. A Campside Media & Sony Music Entertainment production.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ed Kemper

Ed Kemper

2022-11-0658:372

Ed Kemper is a notorious serial killer who was given many different monikers. The Co-ed Butcher, the Ogre of Aptos, and the most well-known, the Co-ed Killer, are all names that have been assigned to Kemper. Ed Kemper had a troubled childhood, and over the years, he developed an intense hatred toward his mother. This hatred seems to be the driving factor in many of his crimes. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the infamous Ed Kemper. Ed killed his grandparents at a young age and was released when he was 21 years old. At 6'9", he was a very imposing figure. But, he managed to coax many young women into his car under the guise of giving them a ride. He murdered and dismembered many young women, and then he turned on his mother and one of her friends. The murders were shocking, but it's what Ed Kemper did with the bodies that made his crimes even more bizarre. You can support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this very special Halloween episode of Criminology, 'The Nightmare before Halloween,' we take part alongside many of our true crime podcast friends to bring you some creepy and terrifying tales of terror.  It's a jam-packed episode, and in our segment at around the hour and 30-minute mark, we explore the October 30th, 1966 murder of Cheri Jo Bates in Riverside, CA.    …1 campfire… …1 dark forest… …31 bone-chilling stories… …Will YOU survive the night?   This Halloween season, enter the woods for a unique and truly epic podcast experience! Around the campfire Shane Waters will introduce 31 crime podcast hosts, including Mike and Morf. Each host brings a new, nerve-wracking true story to the circle. It’s an extra special, two part, five-hour, Halloween event, but before hitting play you might want to ask yourself…can you really handle this much murder and mayhem?   So, pull up to the fire and brace yourself for ‘A Nightmare Before Halloween’ …but be warned… …bad things happen in these woods….   Podcasts are listed here in order of appearance:   - Foul Play: Crime Series [https://link.chtbl.com/foulplay] - Murder She Told [https://tinyurl.com/55473exk] - Crime Salad [https://tinyurl.com/4pbtdtpc] - Crimelines [https://linktr.ee/crimelines] - Frightful [https://link.chtbl.com/frightful] - Reverie True Crime [https://linktr.ee/paigeelmore] - Rotten to the Core [https://link.chtbl.com/Rotten] - The Trail Went Cold [https://tinyurl.com/2zydj3y] - Once Upon A Crime [https://www.truecrimepodcast.com] - Criminology [https://tinyurl.com/yvuu9u8d] - The Peripheral & Generation Why [https://link.chtbl.com/ThePeripheral] - Live, Laugh, Larceny [https://linktr.ee/Live.Laugh.Larceny.Podcast] - The Hidden Staircase [https://link.chtbl.com/TheHiddenStaircase] - True Crime Cases with Lanie & It's Haunted...What Now? [https://linktr.ee/LanieHobbs] - Obscura: A True Crime Podcast & Disaster [https://link.chtbl.com/obscura] - True Crime Island [https://tinyurl.com/y6kk2npj] - Based on a True Story [https://tinyurl.com/37axzn5z] - The Asian Madness Podcast [https://tinyurl.com/yckkxbjn] - Sistas Who Kill [https://linktr.ee/Sistas.Who.Kill.Podcast] - Hometown History [https://link.chtbl.com/hometownhistory] - Coffee and Cases [https://linktr.ee/coffeeandcases] - Military Murder [https://tinyurl.com/yc5fxjyh] - Dystopian Simulation Radio [https://tinyurl.com/khpw786w] - Cults, Crimes & Cabernet [https://linktr.ee/cultscrimesandcabernet] - Morbidology [https://tinyurl.com/mshyvxyt] - Dark Pountine [https://tinyurl.com/ycydanm9] - Hillbilly Horror Stories [https://tinyurl.com/567vxrkz] - True Consequences [https://tinyurl.com/39fpfv3h] - Gone Cold [https://tinyurl.com/ytzxudt8] - Crime Stories with Nancy Grace & Crime Online [https://tinyurl.com/3dxp47wf] - True Crime IRL & True Crime Sleep Stories [https://tinyurl.com/ykzwmnxr] ReplyForward Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Cokeville Bombing

The Cokeville Bombing

2022-10-2359:016

On May 16th, 1986, the small town of Cokeville, Wyoming, experienced a bombing at the Cokeville elementary school. That day, husband and wife David and Doris Young entered the school with guns and a homemade bomb. The bomb eventually detonated, and in what many call the Cokeville miracle, not a single student or member of the faculty was killed. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the Cokeville bombing. David Young had once been the sole police officer in the small town of Cokeville. He was fired for misconduct after only six months. And over the years, he developed some very strange ideas and began to associate with some different hate groups. He walked into the school that day, intent on killing everyone inside. The events of that day are incredible and, to many miraculous. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies. One of the longest running true crime podcasts out there, Generation Why has a little something for every true crime listener. Follow The Generation Why Podcast on Amazon Music, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Or you can listen ad-free by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery app. Listen here: http://wondery.fm/C_GenWhy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sherri Papini

Sherri Papini

2022-10-1657:041

On November 2nd, 2016, Keith Papini of Redding, CA, called 911 to report his 34-year-old wife, Sherri Papini missing. 22 days later, Sherri was found walking along a highway. Her hair was cut short, she was very thin, and she had metal bindings on both her hands and feet. The police believed Sherri's story of what happened, but many in the public were highly suspicious. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the disappearance and return of Sherri Papini. The police worked hard to find Sherri, and then after she returned, they worked to find her captors. Sherri told the police that a group of Hispanic women had abducted her, and one had set her free. But, as the police began to dig, they revealed holes in Sherri's story, and eventually, her story completely unraveled. Just exactly what happened to Sherri Papini? You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology An Emash Digital production Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Comments (339)

KBB

3:16

Jan 30th
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Teresa Bingham

I had the same reaction to In N Out 😂 I was so excited and it was so 🤮🤮

Jan 24th
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Joy P

4:20

Jan 20th
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KBB

The West Mesa/Amber Tuccaro connection makes zero sense whatsoever if you actually know the Tuccaro details. Not to mention the voices are nothing alike.

Jan 19th
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KBB

4:36

Jan 11th
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Sarah Lake

I can only listen to the first 8.35 mins unknown error! anyone else having problems?

Dec 18th
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KBB

5:33

Dec 6th
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KBB

3:40

Nov 30th
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KBB

5:19

Nov 24th
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Brandy E

Great episode!

Oct 27th
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Brandy E

Tragic!

Oct 27th
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KBB

4:23

Oct 18th
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Joy P

5:40

Aug 26th
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David Stevens

2:00

Aug 22nd
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Brandy E

If she stopped to check on them, why didn't she leave a note with the number instead of calling and waking them up?

Aug 15th
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Brenda Stanek

Saskatchewan is far from being the 'most populated province in Canada'. In fact, it's probably the most sparsely populated.

Jul 30th
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Megan

this case could be compared more with the case of Nicole Morin than with the case of Asha Degree. it is also possibly more comparable to the case of Christine Jessop. In my opinion the stronger similar risk to these girls was dangerous scummy neighbors, and Tamra, being poor, living in a rough neighborhood, and surrounded by drug addled adults, would have statistically been more vulnerable to this particular danger even than Nicole Morin or Christine Jessop.

Jul 25th
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KBB

take a drink every time they say "Christy" 😆

May 31st
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KBB

2:46

May 31st
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KBB

Just FYI it's pronounced Two-ka-row. Thank you for covering this case. This young woman was murdered in the city I live in and still haunts me almost daily. The family has been suffering for over a decade now, with little to no help from the investigators. There is another Edmonton case you should cover and that is of Nadia Atwi. Her husband has been top of the list of suspects.

May 26th
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