203 LIVE: Unidentified Serial Killers – The Connecticut River Valley Killer & The Redhead Murders

On this July 4th livestream, Tom and Jenny discuss two serial killers who have (so far) not been caught: the so-called Connecticut River Valley Killer, and the Bible Belt Strangler, thought to be responsible for a series popularly known as the Redhead Murders (due to the hair color of most of the victims). Lock your doors, fire up your sparklers, and get ready for some serial killer madness on a LIVE episode 203.

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Episode One Hundred Sixty One: Murder in Florida: Flat Tire Murders, Kingfish Boat Ramp Murders, and More

On this installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are delving into four cases of serial and spree killers in Jenny’s home state of Florida, three of whom were never apprehended. First, we discuss the 1975 slayings known as the Flat Tire Murders, a series of crimes in Dade County that claimed the lives of between four and nine women. Then, we talk about the bizarre 1980 case of the Kingfish Boat Ramp Murders, in which a mysterious individual gunned down four people and wounded another, apparently at random. Then we wrap up the show with a discussion of the serial killer known as the Daytona Beach Killer, who murdered at least four women between the years of 2005 and 2007; and the Seminole Heights Killer, who shot four random people in Tampa in 2017 before being caught and identified as Howell Donaldson III. Get your Florida Man memes ready and settle in for episode 161.

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The Faceless Villain: Volume Three is now available for purchase in print and ebook formats! And now the audio book is available too! Get it here!

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Some of you may remember my short story collection The Associated Villainies, which I published way back in 2011. Well, I have recently published a second edition, complete with four extra stories, a new cover design, tweaks and corrections to the stories, and a cooler interior layout. The print and ebook versions are available now, and an audio book version will be coming in a few weeks’ time.

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Episode One Hundred Forty Three: The Atlas Vampire and the Murder of Catrine da Costa

On this Swedish true crime two-fer, Tom and Jenny are breaking down two grisly and mysterious murders. The first is the baffling 1932 case known simply as The Atlas Vampire, whereby a woman named Lilly Lindeström was found dead in her apartment with nearly all of her blood missing, save for a few smears on a nearby gravy ladle. The second is the 1984 killing and dismemberment of Catrine da Costa, a crime which served as the loose basis for Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Bust out the meatballs and lingonberry jam and dig out your Viking helmets and IKEA coupons, we’re popping over to Stockholm for episode 143.

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Episode One Hundred Eighteen: The Wallace Case and the Murder of Nora Fuller

It’s another true crime double feature on this episode of 13 O’Clock, and we’re going back to the early days of the 20th century to discuss two bizarre, unsolved murders that are still the subject of much debate. First, the strange 1902 murder of Nora Fuller, who answered an ad for a babysitter and disappeared, only to be found dead weeks later under very mysterious circumstances. Then, we’ll discuss the infamous “Wallace Case” from 1931, called by many crime writers “the impossible murder” because of its frustrating and contradictory details that liken it to a fictional, locked-room mystery. Load up your pipe and put on your deerstalker hat as we investigate the cases comprising episode 118.

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Episode Ninety-Three: The Family Murders

We’re going back to Australian true crime for episode 93, and boy, this one’s a doozy. Remember when we talked about the Wanda Beach murders and the disappearance of the Beaumont children back on episode 77? We kinda mentioned today’s topic on that show, because there were some suspects in common, but here’s the complete, horrible story of the so-called “Family Murders,” which took place in Adelaide, South Australia in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Seems there was an alleged cabal of wealthy, prominent older men in the city who would cruise around, pick up teenage boys, and do unspeakable things to them before dumping them by the side of the road. This one’s kinda rough, so y’know, have some cute kitten videos on standby for afterward. Also, we’re covering a recent news story whereby a suspect in a Washington State double murder case from 1987 has been identified using the same genealogy technique used to capture the Golden State Killer. It’s true crime from Down Under and Up Over (I guess…?) on a grim and gruesome episode 93.

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The Unresolved Podcast about the Family Murders – Part OnePart Two.

Clip at the beginning taken from the documentary The Butchered Boys.

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Episode Eighty-Eight: Serial Killers Jack the Stripper and Bible John

NOTE: We’re all about the digressions again this episode, so if you just want the serial killer stuff, skip ahead to about twenty minutes in. I’m telling you right here, so don’t complain, hahaha.

It’s true crime time again on this installment of 13 O’Clock, and this go-around we’re discussing two of Britain’s most infamous serial killers who were never caught. First up is the elusive Jack the Stripper, responsible for several murders of prostitutes in London spanning the years from 1959 to 1965. Then we’ll be talking about the mysterious Bible John, who murdered at least three women in Glasgow in 1968 and 1969 after meeting them at one particular dance hall, but who may be tied in to one of Scotland’s most prolific serial killers. All this, plus some recent news stories about exploding hams, getting tasered for Jesus, and attic-dwelling ex-boyfriends. Get ready to investigate with Tom and Jenny on a gore-soaked episode 88.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the Discovery Channel documentary Unsolved: Bible John.

Song at the end: “Jack the Stripper” by Nekromantix.

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Episode Seventy-One: Hinterkaifeck Farm and the St. Aubin Street Massacre

What better time than the day after Christmas to reflect on the year that has passed and look forward to what will hopefully be a bright new year? Or, if you’re 13 O’Clock, you spend the day after Christmas talking about two of the grisliest and weirdest unsolved axe murders of the 20th century. Boxing Day, Axing Day, close enough. We all celebrate in our own ways, after all. On this blood-soaked episode, Tom and Jenny are discussing the massacre of the Gruber family at the infamous Hinterkaifeck Farm in Germany in 1922, as well as the bizarre occult-style slaying of the Benny Evangelist family in Detroit in 1929. Keep your head about you as we swing the blade of episode 71 right into your eager ear-holes.

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Song at the end: “Hinterkaifeck” by Drangsal.

Come See Us at Spooky Empire!

Hey there, horror hounds! The magical weekend has finally arrived! Yes, it’s SPOOKY EMPIRE!!! Both Jenny and the inimitable Tom Ross will be there, promoting Jenny’s books as well as the 13 O’Clock Podcast! We’ll be on several panels on the Creator’s Track, which holds events in the Barrel Spring Room on the second level of the Hyatt Regency Orlando on International Drive.

On Friday, 8pm will see us on the Invasion of the Podcasters panel, and at 9pm we will be moderating the infamous Sick and Twisted Panel, complete with free booze (21+, obviously) and some of the most messed up shit you’ve ever heard.

Then on Saturday, I will be discussing Women In Horror at noon, both Tom and I will be talking about TV Spooks vs. Real Life Haunts at 2pm, and we’ll be at the signing table from 5pm-6pm, selling books and meeting and greeting. At 7pm, I will be on a panel called A Spike in the Ear.

Sunday, I will be discussing Twin Peaks on the panel devoted to that at 11am, and Tom will be talking about why we love villains so much on the Sympathy for the Devil panel at 2pm.

In between all the panels, we will be wandering around the con, so if you’re a fan and you see us, pop up and say hello; we don’t bite (much). We’re looking forward to seeing all you crazy kids there!

 

Episode Fifty-Eight: Corpsewood Manor and the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders

To celebrate the upcoming release of Jenny’s new true crime book, The Faceless Villain, we decided to devote episode 58 to a double feature of some super creepy crime cases (both of which were suggested by fans)! First up, the terrifying murder of Dr. Charles Scudder and Joseph Odom at their castle in the woods, Corpsewood Manor; and second, the bizarre kidnapping/murder case on which the 2008 movie Changeling was based: the so-called Wineville Chicken Coop Murders. Get your true crime on with the latest gruesome installment of 13 O’Clock, and also treat yourself to a slice of virtual cake because it’s Jenny’s birthday today (September 26th)!

Also, if you have a TRUE creepy story that happened to you or someone you know (it doesn’t have to be paranormal, just scary and true to the best of your knowledge), please email it to me at gravecake@gmail.com and we might feature it on our special Halloween episode!

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