Victims of Injustice: Black Lives Matter

 

Victims of Injustice: Black Lives Matter

As podcasters, we have a platform and duty to speak up and call out injustice. In light of the murder of George Floyd, we have come together in solidarity to use our platform to speak up against racial injustice and amplify the voices of black podcasters that deserve more recognition. Racism is prevalent in all industries; from the media who under-report on black victims to the justice system which routinely fails black victims. In this collaborative episode, we document black history and current events with the voices of those who have lived through it.

Special thanks to: Tasha from Sinister Silhouettes https://linktr.ee/tcbytb Andre and Battle from Bruh Issa Murder https://linktr.ee/Bruhissamurder Serena from Handcuffed Podcast https://linktr.ee/handcuffedpodcast Aaron from True Crime? Never Heard of it http://www.buzzsprout.com/921493 Rashad from Blood and Firewater https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blood-firewater/id1481772619 Alimat from Hard Truths https://twitter.com/hardtruths_pod JiJi from Noir True Crime Files https://linktr.ee/ntcfpodcast

Written by: CrimeLapse, Morbidology, Sinister Silhouettes, Bruh Issa Murder, Handcuffed Podcast, True Crime? Never Heard of it, Blood and Firewater, Hard Truths Podcast, Noir True Crime Files and All Things Eeerie

Produced by: CrimeLapse and Morbidology

Graphics by: Death by Champagne

Thanks to: Reverie: True Crime Podcast, Evidence of a Crime, All Things Eeerie, It’s Murder Up North, The True Crime Witch, Writing About Crime, Death by Champagne, Murder She Spoke, Murder and More, Always Time for True Crime, Malice, Hometown Homicide, Brew Crime, Our True Crime Podcast

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Episode 23 – Vancouver Police Museum Cases

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This episode all three of us sat down to discuss cases that are covered at the Vancouver Police Museum.

Beast of British Columbia

On the first case we cover Clifford Olson one of the worst Serial Killers in Canadian history.

Beer pairing for this story is Drawn to Light Abbey Ale from Driftwood Brewery.

Sources
VPD Police Museum
Murderpedia
The Globe and Mail
The Record

The Milkshake Murders

My Milkshakes Bring my wife to the yard… the graveyard that is

This is a story about a shitty husband, a loving wife and the medical community that nearly failed her.  Rene Castellani used his wife’s favourite treat to murder her.

Beer Pairing for this story is the Triple Beery Milkshake IPA from Russell Brewing.

Sources
Evelazarus
NY Daily News

Babes in the Woods

This is the unsolved murder of two children found in Stanley Park in the 1950’s.

Beer Pairing for this story is the Windstorm West Coast Pale Ale from Stanley Park Brewing.

Sources
Vancouver Police Museum
Global News
The Globe and Mail
Evelazarus
REddit
Unsolved Canada
The Province
Doe Network
Doe Network

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Episode 2 – Back to School

 

With school on the horizon we thought it made sense to hit up the topic of Back to School. This will not be back to school shopping though.

One rotten apple spoils the whole bunch.  Or in this case one rotten teacher spoils it for everyone.

Joanne Chambers was an elementary school teacher with Pocono Mountain School District in Monroe, Pennsylvania. It was a job that she enjoyed. She was popular with her students and got along with her co-workers. Or so she thought.

This story paired with Trinity Brew’s Menacing Apple Harvest Apple Saison a Brewery in Colorado Springs Colorado.

Sources
US Courts
Reddit
The Morning Call
Forensic Files

The Case of the Gainesville Ripper

1990 was a bad time for Gainesville Florida. In a matter of a few days 5 Students were dead and a town was in panic. This is that story.

This story paired with the collaboration between Twin Sails Brewing and Coalesce Brewing called This Could Have Been US an American Wild Ale.  Twin Sails Brewing is located in Port Moody.

Sources
Murderpedia
Wikipedia
NY Times
Did You Know Facts

Audio Clip used under Canadian Copyright Law for Fair Use
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Mystery Rider performed by Sam Warden used with permission
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