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Best John Wayne Gacy podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best John Wayne Gacy podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A look into the life and crimes of the world’s most infamous serial killers. Featuring interviews with family members, forensic experts, law enforcement, and witnesses.From John Wayne Gacy and Jeffrey Dahmer to the “Night Stalker” Richard Ramirez and the Butcher of Plainfield, Ed Gein–What Makes a Killer explores how they became killers.
 
Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide you through the most interesting true crime stories. This is a true crime podcast that spares none of the details and delves into what makes these killers tick. Join us for a good mix of lesser known cases as well as our take on what we call the "Big Timers". We don't take ourselves too seriously but we take true crime very seriously.
 
Is the devil real? How much of a dweeb was John Wayne Gacy? More importantly, is that thing in the corner of my room gonna kill me? Join Rachel Evans as she answers these questions and more through her top five lists of all things macabre. For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.comWe wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4
 
Welcome to The Chicago Bar Association’s @theBar, a podcast where young and young-ish lawyers have interesting and unscripted conversations with their guests about legal news, events, topics, stories and whatever else strikes our fancy.
 
Två skrattiga tjejer som driver en snackig podcast om truecrime. Varannan vecka kommer ni få följa med på en resa genom mord och brott, blandat med att vi pratar om annat. Ni kan vänta er ocensurerade tankar, både kring brotten samt vardagen. Följ med oss på våran nystartade resa! Cover art photo provided by Annie Spratt on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@anniespratt
 
Have you ever seen a dead body? People find dead bodies everywhere, under floorboards, inside chimneys, and in their homes. They’re at crime scenes, disaster scenes and in morgues. There have been dead bodies on the red carpet, in cannibals’ dens, and even advertised in the classifieds. In this series, experienced crime and court reporter Sharnelle Vella, and veteran radio host Dee Dee Dunleavy look at where dead bodies have been found, how they got there, and most importantly, the effect on ...
 
Those Conspiracy Guys is an Irish comedy podcast where we discuss all types and genres of conspiracy theories, paranormal happenings and true crime from Atlantean myths to Zapruder films; from ghosts and demons to alien abductions; from werewolves and vampires to CIA assassins and Russian spies. We have a big episode every two weeks, a True Crime show every other week and loads of other stuff every so often and you can head over to the website for details. Our aim is to cast a light into the ...
 
If you dig murder and heavy metal mixed with a dose of mayhem, then this is the podcast for you! Hosts Pete Altieri and Chris Shawback use their own brand of humor to provide a unique listening experience on a variety of dark subjects such as serial killers, true crime, mobsters and more. They are joined each week by Chris "CK" Kovacs who brings the metal knowledge, plus other guests who tell hilarious stories of mayhem, Killer Cage Matches, karaoke destruction, and much more!
 
We are two girls who run a vegan bakery in Deep Ellum, Texas. We love true crime, and baking, thus Baking a Murderer was born. Our podcast covers all the crimes you've come to obsess over, a few you've never heard of, and of course, a hefty dash of paranormal stories. (Because true crime isn't terrifying enough, right?)Each week we bake a new treat that goes along with the theme of our episode, so get ready to crave more than just true crime. -Amaris & Soto
 
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Pete and Chris are joined in the studio with several former members of the metal band, Low Twelve. Pete's former band sits in on the whole podcast to discuss the killer clown, John Wayne Gacy, and their iconic song about him, Crawlspace. It's a great episode with lots of laughs along the way. CK calls in to talk about Low Twelve with the guys and i…
 
John Wayne Gacy was an American serial killer who is responsible for the deaths of at least 33 young males in the greater Chicago area throughout the 1970s. Sometimes known as the “Killer Clown" for his habit of dressing in a clown costume and makeup, Gacy's crimes remain some of the most disturbing in all of American criminal justice, not least be…
 
Welcome to ASMR TirarADeguello. Today, Dr. Andrew Michaels tells a story from his recent past. How do you stop a serial killer who is basically immortal? If you are interested in additional ASMR content, you may view our library of videos at youtube.com/tiraradeguello. Please remember to subscribe if you haven't already, and consider reviewing this…
 
Disclaimer: This episode was originally aired on February 6, 2019. American serial killer and rapist, John Wayne Gacy, Jr., became notorious for the mass murder of at least 33 teenage boys and young men in the late 1970s. December 2018 marked the 40th anniversary of the discovery of the mass grave beneath his home, which shocked the American public…
 
Disclaimer: This episode was originally aired on February 6, 2019. American serial killer and rapist, John Wayne Gacy, Jr., became notorious for the mass murder of at least 33 teenage boys and young men in the late 1970s. December 2018 marked the 40th anniversary of the discovery of the mass grave beneath his home, which shocked the American public…
 
Em mais um RdM bad vibes sobre serial killers, comentamos os crimes e o cerco policial a John Wayne Gacy, popularmente conhecido como “o palhaço assassino”. Venha conosco entender os detalhes agoniantes do caso e como a homofobia institucional permitiu que Gacy cometesse mais de 30 assassinatos sem chamar a atenção da polícia. ARTE DA VITRINE: Estú…
 
On December 13, 2019, Fastcase and Ross Intelligence, two innovative and leading companies in the legal research space, announced a new partnership. By sharing their respective technology tools and data, these two companies are aiming to facilitate rapid innovation to better serve their customers. On his first episode as co-host of Law Technology N…
 
Does William Henry Harrison Still Haunt this Earth? Does William Henry Harrison still haunt this Earth? In Ghostly’s thirty-seventh episode, Pat and Rebecca tell the story of President William Henry Harrison in honor of President’s Day. Harrison was the first president to die in office after only 31 days. Does the United States’ 9th President haunt…
 
Is the way you practice law really working for you? Nora Riva Bergman, author of “50 Lessons for Lawyers: Earn More. Stress Less. Be Awesome.,” joins Jared Correia to discuss how her book helps lawyers make healthy mindset changes, prioritize wellbeing, and enjoy a fulfilling legal practice. Nora Riva Bergman is a business coach and consultant at R…
 
Professor Rick Hasen is synonymous with election law, and in his new book, Election Meltdown: Dirty Tricks, Distrust, and the Threat to American Democracy sounds the alarm about the growing threat of Americans losing faith in the electoral process. A combination of incompetence and bad faith has worn away at public trust in the system and cynical a…
 
Following Inspire.Legal 2.0, Laurence Colletti is joined by Christian Lang, Matt Homann, and Dan Linna to discuss the driving purpose of this year’s conference. Legal innovators came together to define challenges in the profession through highly interactive sessions, hoping to spark new solutions for the future of legal. Christian Lang is head of s…
 
From Inspire.Legal 2.0, host Nicole Bradick welcomes Carlos Gamez, Sanjay Kamlani, Lucy Bassli, and Haley Altman to discuss strategies for minimizing friction in the processes of procuring and adopting new technology. They bring together perspectives from both law firms and vendors to address pain points and offer solutions. Carlos Gamez is a clien…
 
Technology is becoming more and more integral to the practice of law, but is the profession preparing its lawyers for this shift? At Inspire.Legal 2.0, Dan Linna spoke with un-panelists Laura Safdie, John Scrudato, Andrea Alliston, and Jeff Carr about their session on how a greater focus on experiential learning will better prepare law students and…
 
From Inspire.Legal 2.0, host Ralph Baxter talks with Jason Barnwell, Peter Krakaur, and Basha Rubin about the fundamental challenges that impede the process of creating and delivering new legal service models. They discuss takeaways from their un-panel and their overall focus on the importance of collaboration between stakeholders—both legal profes…
 
Zach Warren and host Ralph Baxter recap the happenings at this year’s Legalweek and explain how the conference evolves to keep lawyers in step with current legal technology trends. Zach talks about his personal experience at the conference and highlights the many opportunities for networking, education, and direct exposure to the latest offerings f…
 
The American Lawyer and ALM Legal Intelligence have been earnestly collecting data on the legal industry for the past 40 years. What do their numbers indicate about the future of the industry? Host Dan Linna engages his co-panelists Patrick Fuller and Gina Passarella in a round-table discussion on the biggest takeaways from their Legalweek 2020 pre…
 
Let the robots do the boring work! Repetitive tasks don’t have to be a source of drudgery in the daily practice of law. Co-hosts Dan Linna and Ralph Baxter talk with Legalweek 2020 panelists Cynthia Brown, Michelle Dewey, and Jennifer Mendez about the benefits of adopting automated bot technology in law firms. They give real-life examples of roboti…
 
When a legal settlement involves an injured child, the parent or guardian is responsible to ensure the child is taken care of financially and physically long-term. How do structured settlements for minors differ from those for adults? Ringler Radio host, Larry Cohen and Ringler colleague, Ryan Christen Oliphant, discuss details of structured settle…
 
Progressing to meet the needs of changing technology and new legal business models is not an easy task for many lawyers and their staff, but is increasingly necessary as the profession moves into the future. Ralph Baxter hosts as Legalweek 2020 panelists Michele DeStefano, Bill Garcia, and Ari Kaplan offer key tactics from their session for fosteri…
 
Controlling costs remains a top priority for corporate legal departments – so it’s not surprising that in-house leaders are seeking greater value for legal services from outside counsel. What knowledge, capabilities and skills do general counsel look for when hiring external law firms? What criteria do they use to measure strategic value and produc…
 
Are you getting the most out of your Microsoft tools? Dennis and Tom welcome Ben Schorr to discuss the current offerings from Microsoft and tips for their best uses for lawyers. They focus on Office 365 and outline the differences between home, business, and enterprise subscriptions. They also share insights on how lawyers can get more out of vario…
 
0:00: What we've been up to/Random News 11:30: Valentine's Day Massacre: Amanda covers the Stacey Schoeck case 19:30: Writing Serial Killers. Would you do it? 23:50: Valentine's Day Massacre: Robin covers the Patricia Ann Mann and Jesse Allen McBane case 41:30: GRETEL AND HANSEL Review 1:05 : UNDERWATER Review Follow us on Twitter: @WeSawtheDevil F…
 
Homenageando o grande Martin Scorsese e comentando a surpreendente carreira de Leonardo DiCaprio (ou seria da Vinci??), o RdMCast desta semana analisa “Ilha do Medo” (2010). Discutindo o plot twist e as teorias sobre o final, debatemos ainda o contexto pós Segunda Guerra, a eterna ameaça do (neo)nazismo e o peso da culpa. ARTE DA VITRINE: Estúdio G…
 
Law professor Benjamin Barton discusses how the Great Recession impacted law school admission, performance, and curriculum, and what this means for the future of law schools. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! Thanks to Ruby, Rankings.io, Back Office Betti…
 
For this episode, we discuss the heinously insane case of Lori Vallow...the Idaho mother with two missing children. The case isn't that simple, though. Two of her previous 5 husbands have ended up dead. The most recent? Her brother killed him. But it gets deeper. Not only are Lori's kids missing...she has zero interest in finding them. Why? Because…
 
Pete and Chris throw down a special Valentine's Day episode with Joey Goremonger in studio. They feature the infamous Canadian killing duo, Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka. Their sadistic rape, torture, and murder of young girls is dissected and the controversy that surrounds this case is thoroughly discussed. It's the perfect topic for a Valentine…
 
Marco Brown struggled in the beginning of his career as a solo attorney, feeling he made every mistake he could make. After years of working long hours and only collecting about 65% of his fees, he realized he needed to shift his focus. He made the decision to prioritize getting paid and has had a more meaningful and productive career ever since. M…
 
Thanks to social media and the internet, it’s never been easier—or more affordable—for lawyers to advertise. On the other hand, having so many avenues available to lawyers makes it more difficult for anyone to stand out from the crowd. So when Waco, Texas, lawyers Will Hutson and Chris Harris got more than 500,000 views on YouTube for a clip showin…
 
Welcome to ASMR TirarADeguello. Today, Dr. Andrew Michaels shares a strange story from a friend in Germany. How can they find someone who covers their tracks so well? If you are interested in additional ASMR content, you may view our library of videos at youtube.com/tiraradeguello. Please remember to subscribe if you haven't already, and consider r…
 
Though they may serve the common purpose of advising and advocating for their clients, lawyers are unique individuals with different approaches to the practice of law. As such, each lawyer’s professional identity within the legal system will reflect the lived experiences and personal values they hold as individuals. But sometimes professional ident…
 
The broadening opportunities in the legal sphere have led some law school grads and even mature lawyers to pursue paths outside the traditional practice of law. What do these nontraditional careers look like? A panel at Legalweek 2020 shared stories and examined the growing opportunities in the evolving legal profession. Podcast co-hosts Ralph Baxt…
 
On The Road host Ralph Baxter welcomes panelists Nicholas Bruch, Luis Fernando Guerra, Gina Passarella, and Karl Kong to discuss the current landscape of legal service delivery in the scope of both traditional law firms and alternative legal service providers. They share highlights from their panel and describe how increased efficiency and lower co…
 
If you learned that the unmet legal needs of consumers amounted to a multi-billion opportunity, what would that mean for the legal industry? What would it mean for your firm? In this episode of the Matters legal podcast, Teresa Matich interviews Jack Newton, Clio’s CEO, Co-founder, and author of the new best-selling book The Client-Centered Law Fir…
 
With the world in the grip of the coronavirus outbreak, we look back at some of the deadly plagues, epidemics and pandemics that have caused millions of deaths over the centuries.Chrissie Venn was a 13-year-old girl whose brutalised body was found in a giant, hollow tree stump near her home in North Motton near Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia in 19…
 
Jaacob Van Winkle turned to alcohol and drugs at an early age. His first documented run-in with police was at the age of 16. For the rest of his free days, Jaacob was in and out or prison. Some of his crimes were despicable but it seems as though his sentences were light and he was let out to create more misery. All of this led to Van Winkle's fina…
 
The impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump is underway and, as expected, it has come with its share of controversy. On December 18, 2019, President Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. As of the date of this recording, which is January 29, 2020, the Republicans had uniformly res…
 
There is a growing dependence on AI algorithms in numerous societal institutions, but many believe the use of this technology needs to be more closely regulated by the law. From Legalweek 2020, Dan Linna hosts panelists James Sherer and Jordan Thompson in a discussion on algorithmic malpractice. They address how AI is being used in different facets…
 
Legal technology is rapidly changing, and some legal professionals seem more able to adapt to these advancements than others. How can firms develop their agility to stay competitive in today’s legal market? In this conversation at Legalweek 2020, host Laurence Colletti talks with Wendy Curtis, Joan Holman, Samuel Whitman, and Dominic Crosby about t…
 
New ABA Law Student Podcast host Jake Villarreal sits down with Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California Berkeley School of Law, constitutional law scholar, and prolific appellate litigator, to discuss his career and passion for training future generations of lawyers. They discuss how he came to write a large number of widely used tr…
 
The Mysterious Death of Elisa Lam Read at our website: We Saw the Devil We have some new information that definitely changed our opinions. In this episode, we were joined by Jake Anderson, an investigative journalist and author who has dedicated the last 5 years of his life to solving the mystery surrounding her death. Jake's upcoming book, Gone at…
 
Em mais um RdMCast psicodélico sobre um devaneio em forma de narrativa, Gabi, Braga e Thiago conversam sobre o novo filme de Robert Eggers (“A Bruxa”): “O Farol”. Abordando desde a redenção de Robert Pattinson, a atuação surtada de Willem Dafoe e as múltimas interpretações possíveis sobre o filme, há até espaço para um cameo do Ronaldinho Gaúcho ne…
 
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