Murders – TNT Crimes & Consequences

The Episodes

Jesse Pomeroy

EP19: The Who Murdered Children December 26, 1871 was a cold day in Chelsea, Massachusetts, located directly across the Mystic River from Boston, only a

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In 2006, a married couple, Christine and Ronald, were brutally bludgeoned, stabbed, and left for dead in the garage of their home. Before dying, Christine scrawled a final cryptic message in her blood on the floor. After originally leaving, the killer came back in an attempt to clean up the crime scene but missed part of Christine’s message hidden under her jeep.  What was Christine trying to say? 

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George Russell

In the 1990’s Seattle was experiencing more than just the burgeoning of the grunge scene. A sadist serial killer who was in to piquerism was targeting young females and enjoyed mutilating their bodies before and after death.

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In 1990, a woman confessed that she and her boyfriend raped and murdered Taunja Bennett then dumped her body along the Old Scenic Highway in Oregon. However, a long-haul trucker was very surprised to hear this news because he was the actual killer and went on to murder seven more women before he was finally stopped…

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George Russell

Stephen McAfee, a 19 year old young man, went missing from his home in the middle of the night in March of 2016; he seemingly vanished into thin air leaving no clues behind. His family, friends and law enforcement did everything they could to find him but his case grew cold. Then, approximately 13 months after his disappearance, a young woman walked into the police department with a chilling tale of murder and betrayal.  Stephen was dead, but that’s not the end of the story…

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A Master's Degree in Murder

In the 1960’s and 1970’s in Southern California, over 43 males were murdered, mutilated and dismembered in the home of a seemingly harmless engineer with the IQ of 180. This man’s thrills didn’t come from killing, but what he did after he murder his victims. Listen to learn more about the heinous monster who could have easily been anyone’s neighbor: Serial Killer Patrick Kearney.

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Keddie Murders

Keddie California was the home of a run-down resort filled with dilapidated cabins. One night in April of 1981, four people were tortured and killed in Cabin 28. The massacre that occurred lasted hours. This case was cold until 2013 when new evidence, including DNA, finally shed light on what happened that night and the answers are truly shocking…

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In August 1973, the city of Houston, Texas uncovered an awful secret–one that would make headlines all over the world. Between 1970 and 1973, the city had a problem. Young teenage boys were disappearing from the suburbs and authorities failed to notice the pattern. It wasn’t until a man named Dean Corll was shot dead in his home one hot and humid August night in 1973, did the secrets he kept finally come to light.

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At the age of 19, Samantha Bachynski had recently graduated high school at the top of her class, was taking college classes, and had fallen in love for the first time to a handsome young man. Within six months, her life collapsed into a downward spiral culminating in the torture and murder of three innocent people. Perhaps, if Samantha had never met Patrick she would have became the nurse she inspired to be. But instead, Samantha will forever be known as the other half of the killer couple…

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TnT Crimes & Consequences

In the summer of 2014, the decapitated body of a male was found off the trail in a city park. Police soon discovered that the deceased young man’s eight months pregnant girlfriend had been missing for days. Their investigation led them to a basement that was filled with instruments used for torture.  Even more disturbing than that was the collection of homemade videos they found along with a note that stated in part, “Pain is for learning.”

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Charles Schmid, Jr. was a narcissistic young man living in Tucson, Arizona in the early 1960’s. He had fantasies of becoming a rockstar. He wanted to see what it was like to kill and if he could murder and get away with it. At least three girls were brutally murdered by him before his bragging of the killings and showing friends the bodies eventually got him caught.

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Katherine Knight

Australian Katherine Knight was a mother of four and a master at her trade: cutting up carcasses at the local slaughterhouse. She had a string of lovers that she violently abused through the years. In 2000, Katherine’s violence escalated and she slaughtered her boyfriend by stabbing him over 35 times in a fit of rage. Then, when she was done, she practiced both her carving and cooking skills on him…

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Daniel Furlong

In 2007, 11 year old Jodi was riding when she was kidnapped, murdered and disposed of in a cemetery. The police focused on a local reserve officer, Raymond, who eventually was arrested and convicted of perjury in regards to the murder investigation. Eight years after Jodi’s murder, a similar crime took place five miles from where Jodi was killed, only this young girl escaped. The man as caught and his DNA was linked to Jodi’s death. It wasn’t Raymond who was after little girls, but a respected member of the community…

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Diane Chorba

Diane Chorba went missing in the spring of 1979.  She was reportedly on flight 191 that crashed in Chicago on May 25 of that year.  Twenty-two years later, a close friend of Diane’s contacted the police and told them a chilling story of her account of Diane’s death and it had nothing to do with a plane.

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On January 19, 1983, while working in the pet department of a busy store, Janette Roberson was savagely raped, mutilated and murdered. The killer’s attack was slow and brutal, yet no employees or customers saw or heard anything. Police are baffled as to how such a sadistic killer has remained under their radar for over 35 years as DNA has failed to yield a match. It is time the killer is brought to justice…

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Ypsilanti Ripper

From 1967 to 1969, before the world had ever heard of the term “serial killer” or DNA or Ted Bundy, a young man nicknamed “The Ypsilanti Ripper”  terrorized two college campus, slaughtering at least six women with such sadistic rage, that to this day, only a handful of killers can match his cruelty. On the outside,  John Norman Collins was a handsome sophomore and future elementary school teacher, but on the inside…he was a monster.

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TnT: Crimes & Consequences, A True Crime Podcast

Jeffrey Gorton was the quintessential man: he owned a home, he had a wife he adored, and two beautiful children. But there was a dark side to Jeff.  In his own words, there was a part of him the devil got a hold of. Jeffrey would brutally rape, torture and murder women, then defile their dead bodies.  How many women did this murderous necrophiliac kill?  Only Jeffrey knows, and he isn’t telling…

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On December 2, 2016, a 28-year-old Michigan woman named Danielle Stislicki seemed to have vanished into thin air. Last seen leaving her work, Danielle left no trace. A case that started as a missing persons case, is now a first degree murder trial against a friend of Dani’s and further investigations have determined that Dani wasn’t his first victim…

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On December 17, 1927, twelve year old Marion Parker was inadvertently handed over to a kidnapper by naive school employees.   What started out as a kidnapping for ransom turned into what the Los Angeles Times deemed “The Case of the Century.” The kidnapper eventually returned Marion to her parents…in pieces. This is the unfortunate story of the kidnapping and murder of Marion Parker.

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In 1985, two best friends went to the rural Northern Michigan town of Mio to kick off their start of the deer hunting season; they never returned home. After 18 years a witness came forward to reveal the unspeakable fate of the hunters. At the time of their disappearance, the terrifying Duvall brothers lived near Mio. The brothers liked to drink, fight and tend to their pigs. And on the night the hunters died, they did all three.

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The Kansas City Butcher

From 1984 to 1988 there was a serial killer loose in the streets of Kansas City. The victims were mostly male sex workers, street kids, and drug addicts. The killer knew, after getting away with the first murder, that the police were not quick to solve these crimes involving this often forgotten about population. Fueled by his fantasies, Robert Berdella brutally tortured and murdered six men. His would-be seventh victim was able to escape and expose the world to a story that is fuel for nightmares.

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You’ve undoubtedly heard of the Virginia Tech , Colombine and Sandy Hook school murders, but I bet you’ve never heard of the largest school massacre in U.S. history: The Bath School Massacre. What made a well-respected man of the community thread 900 lbs of explosives throughout the ceilings and walls of the school and then slaughter 37 children, four adults and his wife? In the words of the killer: Criminals are made, not born.

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