Episode 15 – Kids that Kill

 

This episode we talk about children that fall down the wrong path and commit murders.

Gingers don’t have souls.  The story of Eric Smith

Eric Smith was young when he murdered the 4 year old Derrick Robie .   This is the story.

This story paired with Clifford the Big Red Ale from Callister Brewing out of Vancouver.

Sources
Wikipedia
Seattle Times
Life Death Prizes
Murderpeida

For Whom the Bell Tolls: When a Child Dies We Are All in Pain

Two children have been murdered and two more are the lead suspects.

This story paired with Boys to the Yard Chocolate Coconut Milkshake IPA from Bridge Brewing out of North Vancouver.

Sources
Wikipedia
Owlcation
Murderpedia

The Warwick Slasher : Chandler Price

Craig Price was a young man growing up in Rhode Island when he threw his life away.

This story paired with Wee Beastie Scotch Ale from Howe Sound Breiwng out of Squamish.

Sources 
Criminalminds
Wikipedia
Murderpedia
Mirror
WPRI

Audio Clips
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Episode 11 – Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

 

On episode 11 we did things a little differently.  The whole episode is about the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre.  Nina covers Al Capone, Mike Covered the North Side Gang and Beck covers the Massacre.  Let us know what you think of this episode layout.

Al Capone

One side of the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre was Al Capone’s gang.  Here Nina gets into the history of Al Capone.

This story was paired with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Bastard Ale.

Sources
History.com
Myalcaponemuseum.com

North Side Gang 

This part of the episode covers the North Side Gang the main adversary to Al Capone.

This story was paired with Boombox Brewing Midnight Train Milk Chocolate Stout.

Sources
Wikipedia
Chicagoganghistory.com
bugsmoran.net
chicagomag.com
wikivisually.com
timeout.com
collinsdictionary.com
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Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

It’s February 14th 1929. People are buying last minute gifts for their significant others, maybe receiving flowers from secret admirers, or maybe… just maybe… dying in a hail of gunfire. This episode is called The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: well at least now I don’t have to buy a gift.

This story pairs with Bridge Brewing Company Turf War Modern IPA.

Sources
Wikipedia
Prarieghosts

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Episode 6 – Workplace Crimes

 

We spend much of our waking hours at work as adults.  Sometimes things go very wrong.  This episode we discuss workplace crimes.  We also have our first guest on the show Nina!

H2NOOOOO! 

A nice Monday morning chat around the water cooler ends in death. As if Monday mornings weren’t bad enough!

This story paired with Uganada Sipi Coffee Brown Ale from Bridge Brewing North Vancouver BC.

Sources
AP News
Youtube

Going Postal

Sometimes delivering mail can make you go Postal.  Nina shares her story about where the term came from.

For Patrick Sherrill:
Quick recap:  14 employees were shot and killed and six were wounded at the Edmond, Oklahoma, post office by Patrick Sherrill

This story paired with Rocket Dog Dark Session IPA from Red Collar Brewing out of Kamloops BC.

 

Comparison of Patrick to Willy.

Sources
NY Times
Murderpedia
Fox News
Wikipedia
ASIS Online

When Brew Meets Crime

When an employee of a beer distribution company is fired for stealing he reacts by going on a mass shooting spree.

This story paired with Big Wave Golden Ale from Kona Brewing in Hawaii.

 

Sources
CBS News
Wikipedia
NBC News
NBC Connecticut
Revolvy
ABC News
Wikipedia Sandy Hook
News Times

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NBC News
911 Audio

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