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5 episodes, 4 hours 23 mins
E2: Echo in the valley
The search for Sheree Fertuck is underway. Police are digging, questioning, and looking for suspects. Suspicions about what might have happened to Sheree begin to emerge. A neighbour says he remembers hearing a loud noise. For more, including a 360 video experience of the gravel pit, visit cbc.ca/thepit
Episode 64 - Jessie Davis
In the summer of 2007, a very pregnant twenty-six-year-old Jessie Davis was eagerly preparing for the arrival of her daughter Chloe. She was thrilled her two-year-old son Blake would soon have a baby sister. Jessie was a single mother with a good job and a great support system. She loved being a mother and made it the center of her world.On June 14th, Jessie went shopping at a local market and chatted with her mom on the phone. However, later that day no one could get ahold of Jessie. Music Credits: The Minds Of Madness Theme Music – Duncan Foster The Funkoars – Feel The Madness Used with Permission -http://goldenerarecords.com.au/ge/funkoars/ Please check out this episodes sponsors and help support our podcast: Native -For 20% off your first purchase, visitnativedeodorant.comand use promo codeMADNESSduring checkout! Perfect Bar -Right now, Perfect Bar is offering you 15% off your online order. Just goperfectbar.com/madness Upstart - See why Upstart is ranked #1 in their category ...
21: Janine Balding
Ad free availableIn the grim lifestyles of homeless youths, instant and transitionary friendships are as routine as day and night. In the late 1980s in Sydney, New South Wales, a group of transient youngsters drifted in and out of each other’s lives just as easily as they drifted around Sydney’s streets and the city’s rail system. Studies have indicated that a common characteristic of young violent offenders is the alienation from families and often from the community as a whole. The displaced youngsters were all well-known to police but in 1988, they became well-known to the world after committing one of the most vicious crimes in Australian history.Show Notes: https://morbidology.com/morbidology-the-podcast-21-janine-baldingThis episode is sponsored by Best Fiends, a free to download app game available on the app store and Google Play!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/morbidologyHimalaya +: https://himalaya.com/morbidologyShow recommendation of the week - CRIMELINES. Download the Himalaya app or...
13. Isabel Eriksson and the bunker doctor part 2
Isabel Eriksson wakes up confused and doesn’t know where she is. Next to the bed she is lying on – sits a man. He is starring at her, and when she asks him where she is, he tells her that she is in a soundproof Bunker and that he is planning to keep her there … Continue reading "13. Isabel Eriksson and the bunker doctor part 2"
13. Isabel Eriksson and the bunker doctor part 1
Isabel Eriksson wakes up confused and doesn’t know where she is. Next to the bed she is lying on – sits a man. He is starring at her, and when she asks him where she is, he tells her that she is in a soundproof Bunker and that he is planning to keep her there … Continue reading "13. Isabel Eriksson and the bunker doctor part 1"
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