Episode 27 – Signatures

 

On this episode we cover criminal Signatures.

BT no that’s not oK!

This is a story about a torturous monster stalking the streets of Witchita.  Dennis Rader was the BTK.

Beer pairing for this story is a pair of brews including Coors Slice and Bud Light Orange.

Sources
Wikipedia
The famous People
Chicago Tribune
Criminal Minds

Sound Bite
Youtube

See No Evil

This is the story of Charles Albright also known as the Eyeball Killer.

Beer pairing for this story is the Anchorage Brewing The Ghosts in Their Eyes Brett IPA.

Sources
Wikipedia
Murderpedia
Texas Monthly

Steer Clear of Hanover Station

Fritz Haarmann was a monster that was active from before World War 1 to World War 2 in Germany.  He was known by a few names including the Butcher of Hanover, the Vampire of Hanover and the Wolf-Man.

Beer pairing for this story is the Container Brewing Transit NE Double IPA.

Sources
Wikipedia
Atlas Obscura
Murderpedia

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Episode 26 – Necrophilia

 

Necrophilia is a sexual attraction or sexual act which involves corpses.  This one should be horrifying!

Boys and Men Watch out

This is the story of Dennis Nilsen

Beer pairing for this story is Corpse Reviver #2 from Gigantic Brewing our of Oregon.

Sources
Wikipedia
Biography.com
Criminal Minds

WANTED: Dead not Alive 

Only 1 in 10 necrophiliacs are women. This is the story of the most famous one.Karen Greenlee.

Beer pairing for this story is Rigor Mortis ABT from Dieu Du Ciel out of Quebec.

Sources
Wikipedia
Ranker
nokilli

Watch Out For The Cooking

People had a habit of dying around Louise Vermilyha.

Beer pairing for this story is Schadenfreude Pumpkin Octoberfest from Parallel 49 Brewing out of Vancouver.

 

Sources
Wikipedia
Malefactorregister
murderpedia
wikipedia

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Episode 24 – Prison Breaks

 

Prison Breaks are very popular in the movies and TV but they are just as insetting when it comes to real life.  This episode we are covering a bunch of cases of what we think are compelling prison breaks.  This episode we collaborate with a friend of the show beer podcast What The Hops from Buffalo New York.

Frank Freshwaters

This is the real life Shawshank Redemption case with a little bit of Florida Man thrown in.

Beer pairing for this story is Florida Cracker by Cigar City Brewing

Sources
Wikipedia
Wikipedia
WKYC

Sound Clip

Attica Correctional Facility

In 1971 a prison riot broke out and would go on for 4 days.

Sources
AG.NV.Gov
AG.NV.Gov
Democrat and Chronicale
News.wbfo.org
The Guardian
New Yorker
Attica (1974) director Cinda Firestone
Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy by Heather Ann Thompson (2016)

Alcatraz Prison Break

In 1962 a few inmates made a break from it in the inescapable prison.

Beer pairing for this story is Mischief from The Bruery.

Sources
Wikipeida
History
NY Post

The First Canadian Helicopter Prison Break

Kent Institution is the only Maximum Security  Federal Prison in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory and it turns out that it was a bit to easy to break out of back in 1990.

Beer pairing for this story is As If from Twin Sails Brewing

 

Sources
UPI
Vancouver Sun
National Post
O Canada
CSC.SCC.GC.CA
Wikipedia
Wikipedia

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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 22 – Camping Crimes

 

This episode we cover Camping Crimes or whatever Nina decided to pair with it lol.

Robert Christian HANSEN

He abducted women and flew them to Alaska.

Beer pairing for this story is the Lancaster Bomber ESB brewed by Marston’s in the UK.

Sources
Wikipedia
Allthatsinteresting
criminalminds
murderpedia

Wells Gray Provincial Park Murders

When a horrible human heads into  Provincial Park and destroys a family.

Beer pairing for this story is the Naramata Nut Brown Ale from Cannery Brewing.

Sources
Wikipedia
CBC
Calgaryherald
Strangeoutdoors
Vancouversun
Kelownanow
Youtube
Dyingworlds
Murderpedia
wellsgray
Wikipedia

No S’more Family Camping Trips

A loving father is ripped from his family and 2 young girls witnessed something that no one ever should.

Beer pairing for this story is the Trail Hopped IPA from Stanley Park Brewing.

Sources
Globalnews
ABCnews
LAtimes
NBClosangeles

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Episode 21 – Wrongful Convictions

 

Sometimes the courts get things wrong and sometimes they get it absolutely horribly wrong.

The story of William (Bill) Mullins-Johnson

Spending 11 years in prison would be awful but even more awful if you were wrongfully convicted of a crime that did not even occur.

Beer pairing for this story is Beere Brewing Mental Floss Double Dry Hopped IPA.

Sources
Wikipedia
Innocensecanada
youtube

Bicycle, Bicycle, Bicycle! I wish I hadn’t ridden my bicycle bicycle, bicycle!

It’s not often that both parties involved in a true crime case are victims but that is what we are talking about today so it’s twice as sad. What a Debbie Downer I am. *Sad Trumpet Sound*.

Beer pairing for this story is Strathcona Beer Co Beach Radler.

Sources
Wikipedia
Youtube

Eastburn Family Massacre

When a family is killed the wrong man is taken into custody after he shows up at the police department as he looked like the police sketch.

Beer pairing for this story is Strange Resemblance Wild Saison from Strange Fellows Brewing.

Sources
ABC News
OWlcation
CNN
Newyorker

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Episode 20 – Kidnappings

 

On this episode we hit the topic Kidnappings.  We cover three stories and also do a quick review of The Girls Are Gone a novel.

The Not so Magic School Bus

This may seem like a horrible story about the largest kidnapping in US history but stick with me. It’s really about being a hero no matter what your age.

Beer pairing for this story is a beer cocktail called School bus

Sources
Wikipedia

Kidnapping of Adam Walsh

Most people know of John Walsh from his show America’s Most Wanted but not everyone knows where he got into helping fight against crime.  This is the story of his sons kidnapping and murder.

Beer pairing for this story is Arcade Glow from Boombox Brewing.

Sources
NY Times
Time
Crime Museum 
Wikipeida

Missing Child reunited with parent 31 years after disappearance 

I could not imagine a child being abducted but what about finding out he is still alive 31 years later?

Beer pairing for this story is The Unfamiliar Brown from Strange Fellows Brewing

Sources
Wikipedia
CBC
NBC News
BBC

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