In Sight: A True Crime Podcast show

In Sight: A True Crime Podcast

Summary: Join Ali and Charlie as they take a new look at true crime, mysteries, and forgotten history.

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 119 Bobby Greenlease w/Aaron from Generation Why | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3526

A little before 11am on Sept 28, 1958, a woman walked into a private school in Kansas City and, under a ruse, convinced the nun at the front desk to let her take 6 year old Bobby Greenlease out of school. A kidnap-for-ransom plot unfolds and eventually falls apart.  Thank you to Aaron from the Generation Why podcast for helping us cover this historic Kansas City case. Sponsors: promo code: sight

 110: Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3602

On January 1 1963, the bodies of Dr Gilbert Bogle and Mrs Margaret Chandler were found on the banks of the Lane Cove River in Sydney, Australia. This case has continued to baffle investigators for more than 55 years because of the circumstances in which the bodies were found and because the cause of death could not be established. Theories ran rife ranging from Dr Bogle being targeted because of his knowledge of nuclear weapons to hydrogen sulphide poisoning. What really happened to Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler? Thank you to today's sponsors, BetaBrand and Purple. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod

 109 Case updates! | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2958

Updates on our some of our first 100 cases. Timestamps so you can skip any you haven't heard yet: 1:30 Lori Erica Ruff (epi 1) 6:55 The Beaumont children (epi 2) 9:47 Zach Witman (epi 5) 14:54 John Giuca (epi 6) 19:24 William Tyrell (epi 9) 22:59 Mikelle Biggs (epi 14) 25:19 Dee Dee and Gypsy Blancharde (epi 22) 28:10 The Poison Pen Letters (epi 25) 32:07 Lyle Stevik (epi 30) 34:50 Marjorie West/Annandale doe (epi 44) 39:02 The Spreckels Mansion (epi 46) 42:23 Patty Prewitt (epi 70)

 108 Father Hans Schmidt w/ True Crime Fan Club | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2783

In 1916, the US executed Hans Schmidt at Sing Sing prison. Schmidt is the first, and so far only, Catholic priest to be executed in the United States. His conviction was for the murder of a woman he had been secretly in a relationship with, but many believe this wasn’t his first murder. Or even his second. Further investigation showed he had even more murders planned. A very special thanks to Lanie from True Crime Fan Club and The Bodarks! Today's sponsor is Sugar Bear Hair. Use code INSIGHT. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod

 107 The Bricca Family Murders | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3136

On Sunday September 25, 1966, 28-year old Jerry Bricca, his 23-year-old wife Linda and their four-year old daughter Debbie were brutally stabbed to death in their home in Cincinnati, Ohio. The family had been stabbed 21 times between them. No weapon has ever been found, no struggle or disturbance was heard by any neighbour and no usable evidence could be collected. It has been almost 52 years since the murders, and the case remains unsolved. Today's sponsors Sugar Bear Hair and Fabletics. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod

 106 Juan Pedro Martinez | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1609

10-year-old Juan Pedro Martinez disappeared when the truck he was travelling in was involved in a multiple car accident near Somosierra in Spain. Both his father and mother were killed in the accident but no trace of Juan Pedro was ever found. Eye witness reports suggest that an odd looking couple stopped near the overturned truck shortly after the accident and left with a package. Could they be connected with the disappearance?  Today's sponsors are Canadian True Crime Podcast and Sugar Bear Hair. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod

 105 Natalie Wood | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3389

 Natalia Zakharenko, the daughter of immigrants, would rise to fame when she was just a child staring in Miracle on 34th Street in 1947\. Having changed her name to the more marketable Natalie Wood, she would star in 20 movies as a child before making a successful transition into the industry as an adult. Her name has recently made the news again when the Los Angeles Sherriff’s department said in early 2018 that her husband Robert Wagner was named a person of interest in her 1981drowning death. Thank you to today's sponsors: Betabrand, Fab Fit Fun, and Ziprecruiter.

 104 Cynthia Miller and Tracey Neilson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2207

In August of 1981, bride-to-be Cynthia Jane Miller was gunned down in her own home on the eve of her wedding day. In January of 1981, Tracey Neilson was found stabbed to death in her home on her 21st birthday. The cases aren’t connected, but there are a few similarities. As the years went on, the cases grew cold but both have seen renewed interest on the part of investigators and the public in recent years. Today's Sponsors: Dispatch by Breakout Games and This Is Serious. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Music by Scott Buckley

 103 Darcey Freeman w/ Felon True Crime | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2119

Thank you to our guest host, Felon True Crime. On January 29 2009, Arthur Freeman was driving his three children across the West Gate Bridge in Melbourne. It would be his 4-year-old daughter, Darcey’s first day of school. Unfortunately she would never make it. For reasons no one would ever be able to explain, Freeman calmly exits his vehicle with Darcey in his arms and tosses her off the bridge. Freeman goes back to his car with his other two children inside and drives away. It would not be long before Freeman is apprehended, arrested and charged with the little girl’s murder. What would cause a loving, doting father to murder his own daughter?  Today's sponsors - Brooklinen and Unearthly: Paranormal Stories Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Music by Scott Buckley

 Preview: Mysteriously Listed | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2250

Over the past few months, Ali and Charlie will be showcasing their solo podcast projects. This is the latest episode of Mysteriously Listed, now available in your favorite podcast catcher.  Recent statistics out of the United States show that on average around 2300 people go missing every day. Many of these missing persons are found within days but there are those that continue to baffle investigators years after they disappear. The cases where investigators have no evidence to work with. No one reports seeing them and there is no obvious explanation for their absence. It’s almost as if these people slipped through the cracks of time to lead them to be mysteriously listed.

 102 Army Private John Bennett w/ Death's Door | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2869

In 1961, the US military carried out the last execution after a court-martial, as of the time of this recording. Army Pvt John Bennett’s conviction was for the rape and attempted murder of an 11 year girl in Austria. This case brought up questions of race in our military justice system and if mental health should factor into sentencing. Thank you to guest host Dominique Mix, researcher Jessica Bettencourt, and to our sponsor Dispatch by Break Out Games and use code INSIGHT for 50% off your first box. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Music by Scott Buckley

 101 Alberta Jones and Leon Jordan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2366

In 1965, the body of Alberta O. Jones was found on the banks of the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky. Alberta was one of the first black women to pass the bar in Kentucky, she was the first female prosecutor, and she fought for civil rights in the Jim Crow era. Five years later, civil rights leader Leon Jordan was gunned down in front of his business in Kansas City. The cases are not connected but the similarities between them are striking. But most of all, both cases remain unsolved. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Cover art by Ali & Lars Music by Scott Buckley

 100 Kenneka Jenkins | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3278

On Friday September 8 2017, 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins went to a hotel with three friends. They were going to a birthday party of a friend-of-a-friend of Kenneka’s at the Crowne Plaza at Rosemont. Within four hours after arriving, Kenneka is reported missing. Police were not called instead Kenneka’s friends call her mother. Her mother races to the hotel and asks for the hotel to help her find her daughter. And there would be good reason for this urgency, because Kenneka would later be found dead in a walk-in freezer in an unused kitchen of the hotel. Was this a tragic accident or is Kenneka’s death part of a larger coverup?  Today's sponsors are FitFabFun, Breakout Games and Misconduct Podcast. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Visit our website for show notes: Cover art by Ali & Lars Music by Scott Buckley

 099 Magdalena Zuk | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2229

In late April of 2017, Magalena Zuk arrived in the Egyptian beach resort town of Marsa Alam for a week-long package vacation. She had planned the trip as a surprise for her boyfriend but he was unable to travel with her due to passport and visa issues. Just one day after her arrival, Magdalena started acting strangely.  She was taken to a private hospital while arrangements were made for a friend to fly from Poland to accompany her home. Whilst at the hospital, she made multiple attempts to jump from a window and she was restrained with bed linen. A nurse untied her so she could use the bathroom and Magdalena made a final, fatal dash for the window.  She was rushed to a larger hospital but died hours later. Thank you to today's sponsors. Yours In Murder podcast - find on iTunes or your favorite podcast app AND ZipRecruiter. Post your jobs for free by visiting Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Visit our website for show notes: Cover art by Ali & Lars Music by Scott Buckley

 098 The Walker Family Murders | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3251

On Sunday, December 20th, 1959, Don McLeod arrived at the home of Cliff Walker bright and early. They had a planned hunting trip, but instead of seeing Cliff waiting for him as he expected, Don found Cliff, his wife Christine, and one of their children dead on the floor. Authorities would later find their second child in the bathroom, also having been killed. The case remains unsolved though many believe the prime suspects are Dick Hickock and Perry Smith, the men convicted and executed for the murders of the Clutter Family, made famous in Truman Capote’s work In Cold Blood. Sponsors: Female Criminals available in your favorite podcast app and eHarmony promo code Insight. Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod Visit our website for show notes: Cover art by Ali & Lars Music by Scott Buckley


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