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Alaina brings us something a little different this week, BOG BODIES! All across the world in different bogs, bodies have been found almost perfectly preserved. All because of a simple little landscaping tool: Peat Moss. And your peat moss might just be haunted. Alaina tells us of 9 different Bog Bodies that have been discovered throughout the years, one of which landed a murderer in prison for the rest of his life. And if you love this episode, don’t worry there are plenty more Bog Bodies to be covered in the future.Bog Bodies Uncovered: Solving Europe's Ancient Mystery by Miranda Aldhouse-Green (Link:https://www.amazon.com/Bog-Bodies-Uncovered-Solving-Europes-ebook/dp/B012BH9DGQ/ref=sr_1_2?crid=28ZDF5XXTOXEE&keywords=bog+bodies&qid=1668630485&sprefix=%2Caps%2C51&sr=8-2))See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Molly McLaren was just starting out at University when she met Joshua Stimpson via tinder. The two of them seemed to have a lot in common and hit it off instantly. Josh told Molly that she was his first real girlfriend, and that was comforting to her because he was her first serious relationship. In all reality Josh was lying, he had dated women in the past and actually terrorized many of them. Molly would soon learn that he was a dangerous individual, and took all the right steps to get away from him. But he was a vile, sick and twisted individual who simply couldn’t handle hearing “no.” from a woman. If you or someone you know is involved in a dangerous situation with their partner or ex partner there are avenues to reach out to for help:* National Stalking Helpline on 0808 802 0300 run by Suzy Lamplugh Trust (in the UK)* Call Paladin, the National Stalking Advisory Service on 020 3866 4107 (in the UK)*  https://victimsofcrime.org/stalking-resource-center/ (for the us)* 800-799-7233 (The national domestic violence hotline)


For tips related to the murders of Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapinplease call 208-883-7180 or send an email to tipline@ci.moscow.id.us
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Listener tales but make it Australian and New Zealand-ish! Some of our aussie-awesome and kiwi listeners wrote in epic tales and we figured why not theme it out this week!? We've got potential dead bodies, haunted hikes (Ash feels like all hikes are haunted) and we've even got family secrets to share!! If you would like to share your listener tale with us you can do so by sending it in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with listener tale somewhere in the subject line :)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week Alaina and Ash got to tag along with some pretty well known Youtubers, Sam & Colby to investigate the USS Salem. The USS Salem, though it didn’t see combat, saw a lot of tragedy and a lot of death during the time it was commissioned. There were many, many deaths on board which led to many hauntings that still take place today! In this episode we talk about the Vilisca axe murder house, demonic attachments and our incredibly chilling experience on board! Sam & Colby's Youtube Channel Sam & Colby's Xplr Club!!!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
In 1986 Sherri Rasmussen was brutally murdered in her own home. She was a young nurse who had already worked her way to becoming the director of nursing at Glendale Adventist Medical Center and had just gotten married three months earlier. But when her husband John returned home on February 24th, 1986 he found her laying dead on their living room floor and their home absolutely ransacked. Was this a case of robbery gone wrong or was someone in a position of power responsible?Thank you to the no no no....notorious David White for research assistance:Archibold, Randal. 2009. "Police Find Unlikely Suspect in a Cold Case: One of Their Own." New York Times, June 13: A11.Bowden, Mark. 2012. "A Case So Cold It Was Blue." Vanity Fair, July.McGough, Matthew. 2011. "The Lazarus File." The Atlantic, June.Mikulan, Steven. 2012. "In plan sight: Stephanie Lazarus was an exemplary cop. She is also a murderer." Los Angeles Magazine, September.New York Times. 2009. "California: detective must stand trial in 1986 killing." New York Times, December 11.—. 2009. "California: Detective's Motion Denied." New York Times, December 8.O'Neill, Ann. 2012. A bite, bullet and broken heart: Former LA cop stands trial for murder. February 8. Accessed November 11, 2022. https://www.cnn.com/2012/02/07/justice/lazarus-trial-cold-case/index.html.People v. Lazaus. 2015. B241172 (Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 4, California, June 13).Rasmussen v. City of L.A. 2012. B234731 (Los Angeles County Superior Court, November 15).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Join Alaina and Ash as we welcome Holly and Bridget from Girls Next Level (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f4b95311-ca6d-4a7c-b8bf-d90661b5c9d4/girls-next-level) podcast! Today we talked with these two goddesses about terrifying amusement parks, cults and brain eating amoebas. It’s fun!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Let's go trek through France in the late 1850's, shall we? Martin Dumollard witnessed his father's brutal torture and execution at the age of 4 and from that moment on, he became an unfeeling machine of mayhem. He robbed, assaulted and murdered his way through adulthood until finally, his terrorizing reign came to a fitting end. Thank you to the majestic David White for research assistance!Caledonian Mercury. 1862. "Trial of an Extraordinary Murder in France." Caledonian Mercury, February 4.do moy yard, Martin. 1862. do moy yard the fiend : he violates fifteen young girls, steals their clothes, and buries them alive : a full account of his trial and conviction. New York, NY: National Police Gazette.Green, Ryan. 2022. Crimson Petticoats: The Betrayal, Brutality and Bloodshed behind the French Maid Massacres. Independently published.Shields Daily Gazette. 1891. "Gossip of the Day." Shields Daily Gazette, August 25: 4.The Liverpool Mercury. 1862. "Fearful Series of Murders and Outrages in France." The Liverpool Mercury, February 3: 4.The Morning Post. 1862. "Extraordinary Trial for Murder in France." The Morning Post, February 4: 3.The Sunday Times. 1862. "Horrible Violation and Murders in France." The Sunday Times, February 9: 2.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
A hiker terrorized for days by two unknown figures… A man stalked through the woods while camping, who barely escaped with his life… two cops who quit their job at a local theater because of unexplained encounters with an alleged demon…These are just some of the unbelievable cases you’ll hear on the MrBallen Podcast on Amazon Music. Each week you’ll get new inexplicable encounters, shocking disappearances and other strange, dark and mysterious stories.Hey Prime Members, listen to the Amazon Music exclusive podcast, MRBALLEN PODCAST: STRANGE, DARK & MYSTERIOUS STORIES, in the Amazon Music App. Download the app today: www.amazon.com/BALL_us_hfd_wiaa_110122 See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Ash brings us the story of Dolly Oesterreich and the murder of her husband Fred. When Fred was murdered late one summer night in the couple's home the police wondered if this was a burglary gone wrong. But they would soon learn they had always been closer to catching the killer than they realized. This is a tale of scorned lovers, deception, and lies but ultimately justice prevails.Thank you to David White for research assistance.ReferencesAssociated Press. 1930. "Sanhuber's Latest Story Under Fire." Evening Star, June 26: C3.—. 1930. "Attic Woman's Trial Nears End." Los Aangeles Times, August 20.Berkeley Daily Gazette. 1930. "Must Face Trial Together." Berkeley Daily Gazette, April 30: 18.Boston Globe. 1930. "Brother of Victim Plans Will Contest." Boston Globe, April 13: A19.Daily Boston Globe. 1930. "Hopelessly Deadlocked Oesterreich Jury Reports." Daily Boston Globe, August 25: 12.—. 1930. "Widow of Victim Silent on Murder." Daily Boston Globe, April 11: 34.L.A. Public Library. 1930. Otto in court. Photograph and caption. Los Angeles, California, June.Lardinois, Anna. 2021. The Legend of Milwaukee’s Most Infamous Love Triangle. April 13. Accessed November 3, 2022. https://www.milwaukeemag.com/the-legend-of-milwaukees-most-infamous-love-triangle/.Los Angeles Times. 1922. "Police Question Harry Vose." Los Angeles Times, August 28: 15.—. 1922. "Trap Ser for Man's Killers." Los Angeles Times, August 25: 21.Milwaukee Sentinel. 1930. "Bare Oesterreich Fire Plot." Milwaukee Sentinel, April 11: 1.New York Times. 1961. "'Batman' Figure Dies." New York Times, April 15: 10.—. 1930. "Indicts Widow in Murder." New York Times, April 18: 7.Nugent, Addison. 2016. The Married Woman Who Kept Her Lover in the Attic. June 7. Accessed November 3, 2022. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-married-woman-who-kept-her-lover-in-the-attic.Oxnard Daily Courier. 1930. "Oxnard Daily Courier." Must Face Trials Together, April 30: 1.Rasmussen, Cecilia. 1995. "‘Bat Man’ Case: a Lurid Tale of Love and Death." Los Angeles Times, March 20.2017. A Crime to Remember. Directed by Lisa Robinson. Produced by Christopher Dillon.San Jose News. 1930. "Says Attorney Coached Him in Confession." San Jose News, June 24: 48.San Pedro News Pilot. 1930. "Attic Lover is Found Guilty." San Pedro News Pilot, July 2.The Daily Californian. 1923. "Trial Continued." The Daily Californian, October 24: 7.United Press. 1930. "Third Person May Face Death Trial." Berkeley Daily Gazette, April 18: 21.—. 1923. "To Attack Testimony." The Eveneing News, July 28: 1.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Episode 393: Listener Tales 58

Episode 393: Listener Tales 58

2022-11-1801:19:5413

LISTENER TALES!!!!! We have quite the lineup, per usual! There's a mother from beyond who led a firefighter to save her baby, some haunted socks, a ghostly fan of Bach (with sound effects) and a serial killer connection that will leave you with your jaw on the fucking floor. ! If you have a listener tale you'd like to send it please sent it to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with "Listener Tale" somewhere in the subject line :)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Our second part of The Cleveland Torso Murders is here and though it is the conclusion, we aren't left with comfort. The Butcher takes several more lives but try as the investigators might, they simply were never able to find out his true identity. Have no fear though, DT Alaina gives us THE SUSPECT OF THE CENTURY!Thank you to the mystical and beautiful David White for research assistance!Associated Press. 1938. "Find Cleveland Torso Murders Clew a Dud." Chicago Tribune, August 29: 20.Badal, James J. 2014. In the Wake of the Butcher: Cleveland's Torso Murders. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.—. 2022. The Kingsbury Run Murders. Accessed October 10, 2022.Collins, Max Allen, and A. Brad Schwartz. 2020. Eliot Ness and the Mad Butcher. Boston, MA: Mariner Books.Culley, Jim. n.d. Ness, Eliot. Accessed October 18, 2022.Lytle, Alea. n.d. Kingsbury Run. Accessed October 12, 2022. https://clevelandhistorical.org/items/show/376.Plainesville Telegraph. 1934. "Police Seek to Trace Operation as Key to Torso Murder Mystery." Plainesville Telegraph, September 6.The Boston Globe. 1938. "Fail to Find House of Torso Suspect." The Boston Globe, August 29: 3.The Cincinatti Post. 1938. "City's New Safety Unit to Find How Cleveland Cut Its Auto Toll." The Cincinatti Post, December 28: 18.The El Reno Daily Tribune. 1935. "Decapitated Body is Discovered in Ravine." The El Reno Daily Tribune, September 24: 1.The Orleans Chronicle. 1938. "Crime." The Orleans Chronicle, August 25.The Toledo News-Bee. 1936. "Head of Torso Believed in Run." The Toledo News-Bee, September 11: 32.Toledo News-Bee. 1936. "Cleveland Maniac Hnuted in Murders." The Cleveland News-Bee, June 6.United Press. 1938. "Nine Held as Junkman Gives First Real Clue to Torso Killer." New York Daily News, August 25: 6.—. 1936. "Mad Butcher's Seventh Victim Found By Boys." The Oklahome News, September 15: 14.—. 1938. "Ten Mile Area Fails to Reveal Single Clue." The Palm Beach Post, August 27: 3.—. 1937. "Ninth Torso Found Under Cleveland Bridge." The Toledo News-Bee, June 7.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
The Cleveland Torso Murders, brought to you by Alaina!!! This is definitely a gnarly case that dates back to the 1930s when torsos started popping up left and right. Many bodies were never identified and to this day the identity of the Mad Butcher is unknown. Part 1 will cover the first six bodies to turn up in the area of Kingsbury Run and will touch upon the arrival of a fancy new inspector in town to lead the case. Thank you to our beautiful David White for research assistance! References:Badal, James J. 2014. In the Wake of the Butcher: Cleveland's Torso Murders. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.—. 2022. The Kingsbury Run Murders. Accessed October 10, 2022.Collins, Max Allen, and A. Brad Schwartz. 2020. Eliot Ness and the Mad Butcher. Boston, MA: Mariner Books.Lytle, Alea. n.d. Kingsbury Run. Accessed October 12, 2022. https://clevelandhistorical.org/items/show/376.Plainesville Telegraph. 1934. "Police Seek to Trace Operation as Key to Torso Murder Mystery." Plainesville Telegraph, September 6.The El Reno Daily Tribune. 1935. "Decapitated Body is Discovered in Ravine." The El Reno Daily Tribune, September 24: 1.Toledo News-Bee. 1936. "Cleveland Maniac Hnuted in Murders." The Cleveland News-Bee, June 6.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Episode 390: Listener Tales 57

Episode 390: Listener Tales 57

2022-11-1101:05:1614

Happy Friday my dudes! It’s time for a listener's tale!! This installment includes a creepy ass basement with no stairs, a terrifying kidnapping that somehow involves rollerblading and a body discovered in a ditch, WOAH!! If you have a tale that you would like to submit please send it on in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tale” somewhere in the subject line :See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Marguerite Alibert was a woman set on getting what she wanted out of life. She was raised a very poor girl and was sent away from her family at a very young age to go and live with the Sisters of Mary. When she became pregnant at 16 and lost the job they had set up for her she was left all alone in the world and had to turn to sex work to make a living. She ended up being one of the most popular and desired courtesans in Paris, but that reputation would not remain spotless for long. Soon Marguerite, after scamming multiple men… like Prince Edward VIII, would meet a young Egyptian “Prince.” Their life was set up to be picture perfect, but all was not as it seemed. Just six months into their marriage, one of them would end up murdered. Thank you to David White for research assistance!Resources:Aberdeen Press and Journal. 1923. "Fahmy Trial." Aberdeen Press and Journal, September 14: 8.Nottingham Evening Post. 1923. "Fahmy's Fate." Nottingham Evening Post, September 14: 1.Rose, Andrew. 2013. The Woman Before Wallis: Prince Edward, the Parisian Courtesan, and the Perfect Murder. London: Picador.Shaw, Charles Gray. 1923. "Why a Woman Can Madly Love the Man She Kills for Hate." San Francisco Examiner, August 26.The Daily Mail. 1923. "Madame Fahmy Set Free." The Daily Mail, September 15: 4.The Dundee Courier. 1923. "Story of Broken Romance Behind London Hotel Tragedy." The Dundee Courier, September 11: 5.—. 1923. "Warning Sent to "Princess"." The Dundee Courier, September 12: 5.The Evening Telegraph. 1923. "No Will Left By Fahmy." The Evening Telegraph, September 17: 2.World Economic Forum. 2014. Open borders: WW1's forgotten casualty. June 27. Accessed October 20, 2022. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2014/06/open-borders-ww1s-forgotten-casualty/.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Today we have the esteemed pleasure of sitting down with the insanely talented and hilarious Cameron Esposito! We did some Halloween Trivia, talked about Halloween traditions and then got into the sordid tale of the original Hellfire Club. There are a lot of ghosts, some murders and at least one questionable party theme in here. So join us and make sure you check out Cameron's comedy! You won't be disappointed!Links:https://www.cameronesposito.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Episode 387: Listener Tales 56

Episode 387: Listener Tales 56

2022-11-0401:21:1811

We’ve got another themed Listener Tales episode for you weirdos and this time it is…. OUIJA BOARDS. Yes, Ash is shaking as she types this. You guys really brought the spooky with these ones. Truly one of the scariest collections of tales. There’s a writing on the wall ghost that seemed to be conjured from a ouija board, a ouija board family heirloom and a life saving ouija board. Such Variety! If YOU have a listener tale go ahead and send it in to Morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tale” somewhere in the subject line :)See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Urban legends for Halloween? YOU BETCHA! Alaina brings us an urban legend straight out of the Louisiana Bayou- she really can’t get enough of that place, eh? Le Feu Follet is a really pretty set of words, but don’t you go following them into the dark. Even if you are listening to Death Cab For Cutie. And while we’re on this path of warning you about things you should and shouldn’t do, let me tell ya don't mess with Queen Hannah Cranna. She’s not noble, but she is a witch and she will fuck with your ability to make a good pie. If that's a little vague press play and Ash will clear it all up for you!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Friends! We finally got to sit down with Corinne and Sabrina from Two Girls One Ghost podcast and let me tell you, it was love. We took turns telling tales from each other's hometowns and with this episode Alaina dove into the legend of Champ from Corinne's hometown and Corinne told us the tragic and harrowing tale of the Coconut Grove Nightclub fire in Boston. This is a two parter, with Part 1 (and different spooky tales!) being on their feed, so check it out!Go listen to all that Two Girls One Ghost has to offer!http://twogirlsoneghost.com/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Episode 384: Listener Tales 55

Episode 384: Listener Tales 55

2022-10-2801:06:3611

This batch has a kidnapping that involved tic tacs, a mom that chased a murderer in her minivan and a very heartbreaking tale of one listener’s loss. If you have a listener tale please send it in to morbidpodcast@gmail.com with “Listener Tale” somewhere in the subject line! :)ALSO: We are spreading Katie Palmer's light all the way to Massachusetts with the help of Ash’s soon to be brother in law. He and his fellow firefighters have teamed up and joined the Katie Palmer Project. If you have a family that you would like to nominate to have their Christmas lights hung up, check out this site!Katie Palmer ProjectSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
For this episode of Morbid Ash has a bit of a different tale for us. This is the case of Kelli Peters; a mom, the PTA president, and framed woman. The afternoon of February 17th 2010 started off so normal for Kelli. She pulled into the school she’d been volunteering at for years and started getting to work with the kids. Out of nowhere, Kelli’s afternoon took a turn. She was called to the office where a police officer waited for her, and when she got there he wanted to know whether or not he could search her car. When he did he uncovered a ceramic pipe, 17 grams of pot, 11 percocet pills and 29 vicodin pills. But for the first time in probably the history of ever, the drugs really weren't Kelli’s. She had been framed. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Bjorn O. Sigurdsson

LTs are fun and I think their unpredictability is one of the biggest reason for that. I wasn't always a fan but am now a fully chartered member! The first one here had me genuinely queasy!!! But I'm not really buying the spooky hike story. I just have a very hard time trying to swallow a pair of modern young people continuing that trek after hearing disembodied children's laughter more than once. Even after some earlier foreshadowing! The laughter by itself should be enough to send people packing, nevermind running a gauntlet of slowly building creepy tropes...

Dec 8th
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Melvin Dodson

this is great

Dec 7th
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Sarah M Davis

Who is editing these episodes now? because they need to find a new job. Every single episode is so poorly edited lately.

Dec 7th
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BC

What the hell Marguerite. This lady sucks.

Dec 7th
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SJJ33

Please tell me why you guys aren't posting content to the patreon anymore!! it frustrating to pay for something for no reason.

Dec 7th
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Maria Baez

this was absolutely heartbreaking

Dec 6th
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Melvin Dodson

this is great

Dec 6th
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Brittney Casey

this has some seriously out of date info for the Idaho state murders be warned

Dec 5th
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Jena Pantano

story doesn't start until 17 min in.

Dec 5th
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Lenora Thorium

Integrity - get some. Best line in the whole show!

Dec 5th
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Christina Gregory

14:38

Dec 5th
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Lenora Thorium

In what kind of burglary is a marriage certificate stolen, but no electronics?? Seriously, LAPD, do better.

Dec 5th
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Crystal Peterson

This is the collab I didn't know I needed

Dec 2nd
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Melvin Dodson

this is great 😊

Dec 1st
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Lenora Thorium

Wow, this whole time I was picturing Dolly as this super hot femme fatale... I just looked up her picture, and she most definitely is... not. 🤣

Nov 30th
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Dman64

Great story third time listening

Nov 29th
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Dman64

Great story

Nov 29th
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Dman64

I like you girls I have been listening from the beginning but lately I don’t know I want to go away for a while maybe come back two or three months from now maybe you’ll be doing true crime by then we’ll see goodbye until then y’all I had something good I hope you go back to it

Nov 29th
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Heidi Harker

Dad was pacing and nervous waiting for the phone call because he knows she's in the basement. Alternately, dad goes to get the meeting details set up because he's in shock?

Nov 29th
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SJJ33

love you girls but I am about to unsubscribe to the patreon. You guys haven't uploaded since October 28th😔

Nov 29th
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