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On August 17, 2020, Elder Fernandes was released from a hospital. He had spent 6 days hospitalized for unknown reasons. One of his military coworkers picked him up and dropped Elder off at his home on the 2700 block of Woodlands Drive in Killeen, Texas. Elder was then never seen again. On August 18, 2020, Elder failed to report to work, although hi…
 
Lavena Johnson was a smart, witty woman, born and raised in Missouri. Her senior year of high school she decided she would join the Army in an effort to not burden her parents with out of state tuition for college. Although Dr. Johnson (Lavena’s dad), begged her not to join the Army – she did so anyway. She thought the Army was a good deal – you se…
 
In June 1993, 16-year old Christina Menzies was out and about like a typical teenager. Earlier in the day she attended a fair on Gutersloh RAF, Germany. Later in the evening, she ended the night at Club 47 – a club located on the base. But this was the last time she was seen alive. Christina’s remains were later found 10 km from the base. A British…
 
In August 2007, Specialist Kamisha Block’s family was told that their 20-year-old daughter had died in Iraq as a result of friendly fire – one shot to the chest. The family was floored. They didn’t quite understand what that meant and they wanted answers. But Kamisha would give them a sign. When Kamisha’s mom, Jane, arrived at the funeral home to s…
 
This is an update to Episode 31 (have you listened to it yet?). In Episode 31, Margot discusses the disappearance of Vanessa Guillen and Gregory Morales - two Fort Hood soldiers - whose disappearances do not appear to be related. In this episode (Episode 37) - Margot provides a significant update on BOTH cases. The updates in this episode are discu…
 
In the Spring of 2000, the Thackers, Holli & Tracy decided to call it quits on their marriage. Tracy Thacker, a Marine veteran filed for divorce. He noted irreconcilable differences and the fact that a paternity test revealed he was not Maylyn Thacker’s father. A few months later after weeks of fighting with his wife, Holli, Tracy did the unthinkab…
 
On Memorial Day Weekend 2020, Specialist Enrique Roman-Martinez and 7 other soldiers from Fort Bragg, North Carolina decided to take a break for the long weekend. They hopped on a ferry and headed towards Cape Lookout National Seashore as a group of 8, but only 7 returned. What happened to Specialist Roman-Martinez who seemingly walked away from th…
 
On May 25, 2020, George Floyd walked into Cup Foods Store in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to buy cigarettes. He paid and walked out of the store. The store clerk believed the $20 bill Floyd used was counterfeit, so at 8pm he called the police. This is something Cup Foods employees had done a dozen times when they received what they believed to be counte…
 
This is Part 2 of a 2-part series on the murder of Barry Winchell. I highly recommend listening to Part 1 before continuing with this episode. In 1999, 21-year old Barry Winchell was a part of the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell. In March, he began dating a transgender woman named Calpernia Addams. Although he met her at a gay club after B…
 
In 1999, 21-year old Barry Winchell was part of the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He planned to make the military a career. Specifically, he wanted to go to Warrant Officer school and eventually become a helicopter pilot. In March 1999, he began dating Calpernia Addams, a transgender woman who was preoperative. To many, this i…
 
On April 22, 2020, 20-year old Private First Class Vanessa Guillen was last seen on Fort Hood in a parking lot in front of the building where she worked. Vanessa left behind her car keys (and her car), her room key, and her ID card. Vanessa’s phone has not been found. On August 20, 2019, 23-year old Private Gregory Morales didn’t show up to work, s…
 
Julie & Parker Schenecker appeared to be the perfect military couple. He was an Army Colonel, and Julie was an Army veteran turned stay at home mom to their two children. By 2011, the family was stationed at MacDill AFB, Florida and they lived in an upper middle-class neighborhood with their teenaged kids. Their daughter Calyx was 16-years old, and…
 
Julie & Parker Schenecker appeared to be the perfect military couple. He was an Army Colonel, and Julie was an Army veteran turned stay at home mom to their two children. By 2011, the family was stationed at MacDill AFB, Florida and they lived in an upper middle-class neighborhood with their teenage kids. Their daughter Calyx was 16-years old, and …
 
Mark “Jimmy” Essex joined the Navy at the advice of his father because it was the least “racist.” But after joining, Jimmy realized racism was everywhere and he became disillusioned as a young black sailor. After he was discharged from the Navy, he got more and more angry at the perceived racism in the country (during the 70's), so he decided to ta…
 
April is Month of the Military Child! And today, Margot honors those who sacrifice so much every day, military dependents! Today’s case is the tragic story of Air Force Sergeant Nicole Dudley, who deployed when her toddler, Evan Dudley, was only 21-months old. She had the perfect plan for Evan, he’d stay with his Godmother, and on occasion, a diffe…
 
On February 5, 1981, Robert Redford and Barbara Levoy were driving from California to Nevada to go to Robert’s first duty station, Nellis AFB. Along the way, their car broke down and a trucker stopped to give them a ride. Later, Robert was found dead on the side of the road, and for two years, Barbara was listed as a missing person. Investigators w…
 
You thought you heard it all when you listened to Margot’s 3-part series on BTK, but today, she is bringing you BTK himself. In his own words. Listen to this BONUS episode if you want to know how a killer sounds. Listen to this BONUS episode if you want to hear BTK describe his crimes to District Judge Waller in 2005. Dennis Rader recounts the horr…
 
In 2007, Lance Corporal Maria Lauterbach made a sexual assault allegation against her supervisor, Corporal Cesar Laurean. But NCIS didn’t take her allegation serious. Corporal Laurean was a model Marine after all, and Lance Corporal Lauterbach was a problem child. But when she turned up pregnant and it was possibly Corporal Laurean’s baby, Lance Co…
 
This is Part 3 of a 3-part series on Dennis Rader (a.k.a. BTK – the serial killer). In this episode, Margot explores the murders of Marine Hedge, Vicki Wegerle, and Dolores Davis. She further digs into the capture of the Wichita monster that terrorized women, men, and children alike. Margot’s main source of information for this episode was John Dou…
 
This is Part 2 of a 3-part series on Dennis Rader (a.k.a. BTK – the serial killer). In this episode, Margot explores the investigation of the Otero family quadruple murder, the murder of Katheryn Bright, and the attack on Kevin Bright, the murder of Shirley Vian, and the murder of Nancy Fox. Margot’s main source of information for this episode was …
 
This is Part 1 of a 3-part series on Dennis Rader (a.k.a. BTK – the serial killer). In this episode, Margot explores Dennis Rader’s childhood, his 4-years in the Air Force, his initial failed attempts at kidnapping women, and the 1974 Otero Family Murders. Margot’s main source of information for this episode was John Douglas’s 2007 book, “Inside th…
 
In 2014, Catherine Walker, an Army military spouse was murdered while she slept in her on base house. Earlier that week, someone broke into her car and stole her husband’s wallet. Cathy had been paranoid since the break-in. But was the monster who killed her a stranger, or was it someone closer to home? Dig in with Margot as she takes you through a…
 
In February 2007, a woman stalked and chased 30-year old Air Force Captain Colleen Shipman from the Orlando International Airport to her remote parking area. Then at the car, the woman pleaded for help, and Colleen opened her window. It was then that the woman’s intentions became clear – the woman was there to attack Colleen. Colleen was quick on h…
 
In December 1995, Adrianne Jones, a 16-year old high school student, was found brutally murdered in the town of Grand Prairie, Texas. The investigation was extensive and included many more witnesses than is typically necessary for older victims. Four suspects quickly rose to the top of the list, but one by one, detectives were able to take each sus…
 
Four disgruntled Fort Stewart Army soldiers plotted to assassinate the President, overthrow the government, poison the state apple orchard, bomb a nearby dam, and take over the Fort Stewart ammunition control point. But before they could take on their hefty goals, they thought they had a snitch among their militia ranks. So, what does a militia do …
 
In 1986, Kathleen Lipscomb was found naked and dead on the side of the road on the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas. But who killed her? The investigation would reveal that sometimes shiny, clean cut, high ranking military members who look like they could do no wrong – actually do wrong and ALMOST get away with it. Dig in with Margot, as she discuss…
 
“If I can’t have her, no one can.” Those were the words spoken by Senior Airman Jeromy Willis in 1993, after he was arrested after attempting to kill his wife twice, hunting her down to the military legal office (while he was still a free man), shooting her down, and then making his debut on America’s Most Wanted after being on the run for over two…
 
On January 29, 2011, Army wife, Bethany Decker, was seen for the last time. She had a one-year old son and was holding down the fort at the home front while her husband was deployed. However, during her husband’s deployment, Bethany began a relationship with a man, Ronald Roldan, that would turn out more than she bargained for in a lover. Dig in wi…
 
In December of 1988, an Army soldier terrorized Killeen and Fort Hood, Texas, during a 36-hour killing spree. Why did he do this? Allegedly he needed money to buy gifts for his girlfriend. He didn’t know this, but the Army had already initiated administrative discharge paperwork, but it would not be fast enough. Dig in with Margot as she discusses …
 
Listen to Episode 11 (Clint Lorance Part 1) before listening to this episode. Clint Lorance was a soldier who had everything going for him until his 2012 Afghanistan deployment. After some questionable actions culminating in the death of two alleged “village elders,” Clint Lorance was charged with murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison. But lit…
 
Clint Lorance was a soldier who had everything going for him. He was raised in a conservative household and after 9/11, he was lining up to sign up for the Army. He quickly went up the enlisted ranks, then became a military officer. Clint was a fast burner in the military. Then in 2012, he went on an Afghanistan deployment that would change the cou…
 
Alcohol is EVERYWHERE – there is nowhere to hide. But drinking is legal-so what’s the big deal? The issue is when you drink and drive. The question at the beginning of the day should be – how will I get home after I drink? Today, Margot discusses 5 cases where a military member made one idiotic decision to get behind the wheel of a 3k pound death m…
 
John Battaglia Jr. was a handsome Marine veteran who used his looks and his charm to sweet talk women in his life. But there was a secret inside that he unleashed as soon as his wives were “trapped” in marriage with this monster. His first wife, Michelle Ward, a highly educated lawyer, suffered domestic abuse at his hands, while his second wife, Ma…
 
In 2008, Marine Sergeant Janek Pawel Pietrzak and his beautiful wife Quiana Jenkins were just beginning their lives together as newlyweds. They had recently purchased a home, gotten married, and Sergeant P had just reenlisted in the Marines and accepted a $30k bonus. Life was good. The Pietrzak’s were ready to take on the world, until they were bru…
 
In 2011, Air Force Technical Sergeant Curtis Eccleston was found murdered in his off-base apartment in Okinawa, Japan. But who wanted this soon to be father dead? Was he involved in the rising illegal activities of drug smuggling or was the murder a result of a wiccan spell gone wrong? Dig in with Margot as she discusses the 2012 murder case agains…
 
Two cases today, one about a UK Army Veteran involved in a love triangle that left one person dead and one charged with murder. The other case involves a U.S. Navy love triangle that ends terribly when an estranged husband unexpectedly returns from work early. Two juries in different continents consider the same question – were the deaths of the hu…
 
In early 2006, Marine Justin Huff was on a temporary assignment at Dam Neck Naval Station in Virginia Beach, Virginia. When he failed to show up for class on January 2, 2006, it seemed as if he vanished in the night. A catfishing game that went too far would soon be revealed as the culprit for his disappearance. Dig in with Margot as she discusses …
 
In November 2006, Air Force Lt Nonnie Dotson was months away from separating from the Air Force. The week before Thanksgiving she flew from San Antonio, Texas to Littleton, Colorado, never to be seen again. She seemingly vanished into thin air, leaving behind her 16-month old baby girl. There have been zero leads from the moment of her disappearanc…
 
In 1985, the family of an Air Force Captain (his wife and two of his three daughters) were found brutally murdered in their home in Fayetteville, NC. After an eye witness pointed at Sergeant Timothy Hennis as a suspect, he was quickly brought to justice. But the Eastburn Family Murders case would be riddled with various errors that would ultimately…
 
Welcome to Military Murder’s first international case out of Canada. This case made headlines in 2010. A Canadian Air Force Colonel burglarized countless homes, wore his victims’ underwear, and stalked his neighbors while they slept...but he wanted more. Once burglary no longer quenched his thirst, his actions turned deadly. But for the keen interr…
 
In the series premiere of Military Murder, listen to the gruesome story of an Army love triangle that literally caused someone to lose their head. Many in the military have already heard different versions of this story. But Margot digs into news articles and investigative files from the 1990s, to tell you what really happened that frightful aftern…
 
From one true crime enthusiast to the other, welcome to Military Murder Podcast, a podcast about true crimes committed by military members, veterans, or their family members. The list of cases to cover keeps rolling in – so we will not run out of content! Did you know that some of your favorite serial killers are military veterans? BTK, DC Sniper, …
 
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