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4 episodes, 4 hours 49 mins
41 The Murder of Lyle and Marie McCann
ALBERTA |In 2010, a retired couple embarked on a leisurely road trip in their RV from Alberta to British Columbia. When they didn’t arrive on schedule for an agreed meeting point, their family and friends were left wondering what happened. Meanwhile, who was Travis Vader, and how did he come to be driving their RV? Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are: www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors Learn more: Crimes of Passion Already Gone - episode on Bill Barilko and 50 Mission Cap Join my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime Credits: Research and writing: Charlie Worroll from Impact Statement Narration, music arrangement: Kristi Lee Audio production: Erik Krosby Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Music Credits: Podcast theme music created by We Talk of Dreams. All other music credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Su...
Episode 45: The Murder of Linda Damm
In late January of 2007, Tess Damm told a friend that her mother, Linda, would be “going out of town.” Several weeks later, Damm and three accomplices were placed under arrest for murder.
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#81 The Tale of a Contract Killing in Bixby Knolls
In the picturesque enclave of Bixby Knolls in Long Beach, California, a shocking broad daylight murder took place. Suburban housewife and mother, Lynn Schockner was attacked right in her own backyard, her neck slashed by an alleged burglar. From the very start, something seemed off about the crime to investigators, and as it turned out, even the victim’s own 14 year old son knew there was more to this that a burglary gone bad. And they weren’t wrong. PROMOS from Minds of Madness and Evidence Locker
On July 17th, 2016, Cara Beckerle went up to the bedroom of her 19-year-old daughter, Aleah, to check on her. When she opened the door, the bed was empty, and Aleah’s wheelchair was sitting next to it. Aleah could not have left of her own free will, as she was incapable of moving on her own due to physical disabilities, and she was nonverbal due to mental disabilities. She was also prone to seizures and had to take daily medication for them. That medication was also still in her room. What happened to Aleah Beckerle?
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