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Updated April 2020
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Each week Paula and Stephen explore unsolved murders, lost shipwrecks, local legends and more! www.ohiomysteries.com www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio MUSIC: NEW HORIZON-ADERIN MUSIC: THE GREAT UNKNOWN- AUDIONAUTIX
 
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It was the first murder Oxford police had seen in a quarter century when they arrived at the apartment shared by Miami University grad Elizabeth Andes and her boyfriend, Bob Young, in 1978. Beth lay dead on the bedroom floor, naked, strangled, stabbed. And Bob stood accused. When two juries acquitted him, it raised the obvious question: Did police …
 
It's taken 150 years to build a frightening legend around an old, vandalized grave near New Philadelphia. But if we peel away the years, what will we find? www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Music: Audionautix- The Great Unknown The Great Phosph…
 
In 1999, Dayton police officer Kevin Brame dropped off his boys at his estranged wife's house, and then was shot in the back by a stalker hidden in the shadows as he returned to his car. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Music: Love in Your Sou…
 
The young woman - a new mother, by the coroner's estimation - was found dead in Muddy Creek in 1975. But police say it'll be hard to find her killer if they can't even identify who she is. See drawing of victim here: https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Files/Law-Enforcement/Investigator/Unidentified-Remains/Doe-2021 www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@o…
 
Ohio attorney Edwin Stanton rose from a humble start in Steubenville, Ohio to become President Abraham Lincoln's war secretary. But was he also a conspirator in the president's assassination? Books have been written arguing both sides of this 150-year-old debate. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twi…
 
Ohio native Ambrose Bierce became one of the most famous literary stars of his day, as well as a renowned investigative journalist. Still, people raised an eyebrow in 1913 when the 71-year-old announced he was off to find Pancho Villa and join his army as a witness to the Mexican Revolution. Ambrose disappeared on his adventure, leaving behind diff…
 
Patricia Adkins was a woman in love when she and her married boyfriend planned a romantic getaway to a Canadian cabin in 2001. They were supposed to leave together from where they worked at the Honda of America plant in Marysville, Ohio. But when Patti failed to return from that trip to pick up her young daughter, her family - and police - quickly …
 
On Mother's Day in 2000, someone walked into the Barberton home of Michelli "Mickey" Wilson and Edward Rhodes and shot them in their bed. It turned out to be the second tragedy in the life of Mickey's children, who lost their father, Samson Rollins, 13 years earlier on Father's Day. The murder of Samson Rollins was solved in a day. But 20 years lat…
 
Ohio has been treated like a state since 1803, when Congress extended federal laws to the land. But in 1953, researchers preparing for Ohio's 150th birthday learned something stunning: Congress had never actually declared Ohio a state. So how old is Ohio, and what does it mean for the eight presidents Ohio gave the country in its first 150 years? w…
 
Some called Cleveland-born Ed Delahanty baseball's 19th century Babe Ruth. The MLB Hall of Famer is the only slugger to have topped the batting field in both leagues, was the highest-paid player of his day, and remains No. 5 on the list of all-time highest batting averages. But he's even more famous for the way he died. When his body was found bene…
 
In 1848, Alexander and Rachel McAdams were raising their six children on a farm outside Ashtabula when the first of their children died. Over the next two years, four more children would die, one at a time, unexpectedly and without explanation. Was someone poisoning the family? www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomy…
 
Peggy Andrews was just a dozen steps from the door of the boarding house where the Columbus Business School student was living when she was likely forced at gunpoint to put down her books and follow a killer to her death in a garage a few houses away. Police have DNA in this 1962 case and are hoping one day, they'll find a suspect to match it. www.…
 
The 16-year-old Hamilton, Ohio teen was sweet and kind, but she was also attracted to a rowdy crowd. It led her to the parking lot of a biker bar, where she willingly entered the car of a man her friends didn't know. Her body was found two weeks later. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/my…
 
A story out of Newburgh Heights in 1981, authorities have never been confident on how to classify the case of 17-year-old Kurt Sova. Did he die in an accident of his own making after a night of heavy drinking? Or was he murdered. But new interest has reopened this case as forensic students try to decipher the riddles, contradictions and coverups th…
 
A story of torment, Bill and Dorothy Wacker of Massillon, Ohio spent a decade fearing every knock on the door and every ring of their phone. From 1984 through 1993, they endured break-ins, banging in the middle of the night, letters left on their porch, strange phone calls, and twice a physical attack on Dorothy inside her home. Who stalked the Wac…
 
Margaret Dodd left Akron soon after marrying, and settled into a contented life with her husband in West Virginia. That is, until 1977, when witnesses saw her abducted. Soon after, her family back home in Ohio began receiving ransom demands. Did the caller really know where Margie was, or was he just hoping to take advantage of desperate parents? T…
 
Dec. 10, 1977 began with a lot of promise for 23-year-old Alana Gwinner, who finished the last exam she needed for her associate's degree in business from the University of Cincinnati. But she disappeared after a night of celebrating, with her remains turning up in the Ohio River a month later. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.p…
 
Cincinnati police officer Donald Martin, a young husband and father-to-be, was cut down in the line of duty in 1961 by an unknown assailant. In 2005, two homicide detectives reopened the investigation and came to a conclusion, though their top suspect was already dead. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries w…
 
In one of the most famous criminal trials of the 20th century, Cleveland physician Sam Sheppard was accused in the brutal beating death of his wife, Marilyn Sheppard. The first trial returned a guilt verdict. A second trial found him innocent. The case so gripped the nation, it is said to have been the inspiration for the TV series and movie The Fu…
 
When Ohio Farmers Insurance (the predecessor to Westfield Insurance Companies) was robbed of $60,000 in 1865, the famed detective Alan Pinkerton thought he had it all figured out. Then the man in jail for the crime began to insist he was an undercover detective on the case, getting some law enforcement friends to back him out. But was it all just a…
 
Episode Notes: For more than 50 years, the country accepted without question that Wooster, Ohio immigrant August Imgard was the first to decorate a Christmas tree in America. His charming story was told and retold by newspapers from coast to coast every December. But was Imgard really the first? Ninety-nine years after he spruced up a fir and encha…
 
On Christmas Eve in 1933, a stranger walked through the streets of Willoughby, Ohio - a young woman dressed head to toe in blue, with 90 cents in her purse and hopes of getting home to Pennsylvania by Christmas. No one understood her intent as she sprinted for an approaching train, running into its side and glancing off with a fatally cracked skull…
 
In 1892, newspapers around the country printed the stunning account of a Portuguese sailor serving time in the Ohio Penitentiary for killing and drinking the blood of his shipmates. Modern researchers have sought to explain why 19th century Americans thought they had a living vampire. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com…
 
Actress Agnes Moorehead was a two-time Oscar nominee perhaps best known for playing Endora on the television series Bewitched. When she died in 1974, she became one of 46 cast and crew who died of cancer following the filming of The Conqueror. Movie production included 13 weeks on location at a Utah site that was downwind of a dozen nuclear bomb te…
 
Five mysteries in Ohio that involve the gravesite of notable Ohioans. We explore the strange habits of the granite ball over the Charles Merchant Family plot, why Chief Joc-O-Sot might be haunting the Joining us is Michael Bonano, administrator of the Facebook page "Too Late For Autographs, Ohio," who has visited each of the featured sites. www.ohi…
 
The people who lived in the hamlet of Crosswick in southwest Ohio didn't want to question the strange tracks that crossed the dirt road through town, figuring if they didn't bother the unidentified creature, it wouldn't bother them. But an attack recorded in 1882 suggested they were wrong. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreo…
 
History says President William Henry Harrison - one of eight presidents Ohio gave our country - died from a cold he caught while delivering his lengthy inaugural speech in a freezing winter rain. His term in the White House lasted just 30 days. But a modern medical analysis of his death suggests it wasn't pneumonia, but rather a killer lurking in a…
 
Ep. 58 - The miracles of Rhoda Wise The Catholic Diocese of Youngstown has been on a mission to have the pope recognize a Stark County homemaker for a handful of miracles and personal visitations by Christ. Rhoda Wise has passed the first phase toward possible sainthood, having been deemed "a servant of God." We explore who she was and what she is …
 
Franklin Castle, built in 1883 in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, was built by banker Hannes Tiedemann. His wife, his mother and four of his children died on the property from various causes, leading to rumors that helped put the building on many lists of America's most haunted locations. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.pat…
 
In 1972, two Loveland, Ohio police officers, on two separate weeks, spotted a large, strange lizard-like creature on the side of the road, near the banks of the Little Miami River. Paired with a similar sighting from 1955, the legend of the Loveland Frog was born. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.tw…
 
In a rite of passage, young folks in and around Lake County often make pilgrimages down Wisner Road in Kirtland in search of the Melonheads, mythical humanoid creatures with bulbous heads. What is the story, and how did it get started? We explore this urban legend, as well as the lore of the Kenmore Grassman, a bigfoot type creature that has been r…
 
In the first case to bring the fraternity tradition of hazing to national consciousness, 18-year-old Stuart Pierson is found decapitated next to train tracks where he was instructed to wait as part of his initiation ceremony at Kenyon College in 1905. Did he fall asleep on the rails, or had he been tied to the tracks? Due to controversial moves mad…
 
Ohio became a state more than 100 years after all the witchcraft frenzy that made Salem, Mass. famous. And yet superstitions lingered into the 19th century. We recount three witch stories from Ohio: The state's only known witchcraft trial, the tale of a farmer who was convinced he'd killed a witch, and the story of how a brave Quaker stood up to Sh…
 
12-year-old Michael Klitch left home one summer day to go practice his tennis serve at the municipal courts in Grandview Heights. A single tennis ball was all he left behind when he vanished from the courts before his mom could pick him up. A couple of weeks later, his remains were found in a burned out shack miles from home. www.ohiomysteries.com …
 
Sharon Lynn Pretorius was 13 years old when she left her Dayton home in 1973 to collect from customers on her newspaper route. She never even made it to her first house. She vanished that day in a case that has never even come close to being solved. www.ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/myste…
 
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