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Hitched 2 Homicide

Kris Calvert and Rob Pottorf

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Southern girl and suspense author, Kris Calvert teams up with her husband, Emmy® -nominated composer Rob Pottorf to delve into true crime around the globe. She gives it a southern twist. He supplies the unique wit and background music, so you always know what’s going on. For better or worse. Til death do us part.
 
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Between January 1974 and September 1975, a knife-wielding stalker murdered 5, possibly 6 innocent men. Targeting gays in the San Francisco area, he would find his victims in bars, sketch them on a cocktail napkin and after presenting them with the artwork and a proposition, leave the bar and proceed to murder them. Based on the differences in the m…
 
May 23rd, 1934. The small town of Gibsland, LA. It’s nine a.m. A well-known couple in love and crime are gunned down in their stolen, 1934 Ford Model 730 Deluxe Sedan. For twenty-one months these two, along with others in the Barrow Gang, had gone from state to state, robbing, stealing, and killing authorities and innocent people. The stuff of lege…
 
In the latest instalment of the MAYOAREBACK podcast. TJ and Fat Larry withdraw from their self-imposed hiatus. They review the sraith pictiur league as well as preview and indeed review the all-arnold champeenship thus far. Who are the key match-ups this Sunday? Where will the game be won and lost? and most importantly of all, what kind of hat will…
 
On November 25, 1996, the parents of Heather Wendorf, Rick Wendorf and his partner, Ruth Queen are brutally murdered in their home; their lifeless bodies are in the kitchen and family room. And in Heather’s room? A goodbye letter. She’s running away. But Heather isn’t a killer. Only a fifteen year old misguided teen who’s fallen under the tutelage …
 
In the early morning hours of June 30th, 1964, 69 year old multi-millionaire Jacques Mossler is found in a pool of blood inside his swanky Florida apartment. He’d been stabbed 39 times in the heart and lungs, and hit in the head with a glass statue. Found by his wife, Candy, the investigation into his homicide would uncover, deceit, an affair and i…
 
For years, one four-hundred-pound man raped and murdered in Baltimore, Maryland. A drug and alcohol addict, he also seemed to be a pathological liar. Why did he murder the homeless, the weak, the drug addicted and sex workers? Was it revenge? Or did he do it for their human flesh? Or was it, as he confessed, because he had a passion for the taste o…
 
November 13, 1974. South shore Long Island, NY. Six members of the DeFeo family are shot dead around 3 am on Ocean Avenue. Mother, Father, two sons and two daughters. Surviving? The oldest child, 23 year old Ronald DeFeo, Jr. These tragic murders have long-since been overshadowed by a family that moved into 112 Ocean Ave after the DeFeos were bruta…
 
November 13, 1974. South shore Long Island, NY. Six members of the DeFeo family are shot dead around 3 am on Ocean Avenue. Mother, father, two sons and two daughters. Surviving? The oldest child, twenty-three-year old Ronald DeFeo, Jr. These tragic murders have long-since been overshadowed by a family that moved into 112 Ocean Ave after the DeFeos …
 
In the year 1994, six gay men would die at the hands of a man who worked his way up and down I-95 on the East Coast. The victims were all beaten and strangled with one serial killer signature—they all had something shoved down their throat. He eluded police for months and was only caught–according to him–because he stayed in one place too long. Thi…
 
On the night of December 19, 1979, Michelle Marie Martinko was just like any other eighteen-year-old girl. She was getting ready for Christmas. But after some late night shopping at a new mall, Michelle never came home. Hours later, she was found dead in her car, suffering 29 stab wounds to her face, body, neck and hands. There were no suspects. No…
 
For three weeks in the year 2002, an Army vet and a seventeen-year-old kid crisscrossed the Washington DC area doing one thing: murdering innocent people chosen at random. Did they do it to extort ten million dollars from the government to start a utopian society? Or was it to murder a wife, and take back custody of children? And why would a young …
 
When police were called to a swanky midtown apartment in New York City on June 9 1929, they weren’t too concerned. It was the roaring 20’s in America, and socialites didn’t let prohibition put a damper on their partying ways. But when the NYPD arrived at the top floor apartment at 51st and 5th Avenue, what they found wasn’t a party, but a dead sile…
 
Santa Cruz California 1973-74. There were so many dead bodies, the area had been given the moniker, the murder capital of the world. Some of that was due to Ed Kemper. But quietly in the background, another killer was hard at work. His motive was different than any other serial killer of his time—maybe in history. His victims, according to the kill…
 
Betsy Faria was dead. Her husband Russ sitting in jail for her murder while Pam Hupp is counting the 150,000 dollars of Betsy’s life insurance money. Are the police really this inept? You might be surprised. Because soon Pam’s mother will die mysteriously and who is the life insurance beneficiary? Pam Hupp. And when people in town, in the local and…
 
Betsy Faria was fighting for her life. Deep into chemo treatments for a second cancer diagnosis, she knew her time with her husband and daughters was dwindling. Betsy had a family who adored her and cared for her and she wanted to provide for them when she was gone. She also had plenty of friends who only wanted the best for her, and one who wanted…
 
From 1968 until his final arrest in 1979, one man would lure his victims by telling them he wanted to take their photograph—before beating, raping and strangling them until they lost consciousness. He’d then wait for them to revive, only to do it all over again before finally committing murder. It will take decades before he is brought to justice, …
 
How do, do, do to the Mayo half-bakes right around Mayo and indeed further afield. TJ and Fat Larry dissect and digest an outstanding sraith pictiur league performance thus far this season. They cast their ever expanding minds forwards towards the encounter with the Kingdom and they surmise about who the freshest new meat on the Mayo panel is this …
 
Everyone's favourite analytical minds of punditry have sat down to chew the fat over yet another tumultuous off-season in the cunty of Wheigh Eo. They make their intentions clear that Mayo are back once again and that no stone will be left unturned in our quest to bring home Sam. The first round of the sraith pictiuir league is previewed in such ex…
 
This holiday season has been a tough one for us, so we haven’t had the opportunity to put together this year’s Christmas episode. Instead we give you last year’s wonderful tale of the Krampus. By the way, all the references in that episode to 2020? Nothing’s really changed, so just mentally put in “2021” when you hear us say “2020.” Merry Christmas…
 
On June 17, 1922, a tremendous explosion happened at the Thealka mine near Paintsville, Kentucky, killing two miners starting up mine equipment. This blast was no accident. Join us today for a story of labor unrest, coalfield violence, and justice, along with a bit of redemption. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, …
 
In the spring of 1856 the two little boys of Samuel and Susanna Cox disappeared, seemingly without a trace. Today we tell the story of how the tragedy of that disappearance led to a miracle, one memorialized with a monument in the township of Pavia, Pennsylvania, east of Johnstown. You can subscribe to the audio version of the Stories podcast at Ap…
 
There was a man who lived in Lee County, Virginia, who claimed to have once been a Tennessee Circuit Court judge, a preacher, a teacher and a business owner in Cumberland Gap. He was also tried for killing two lawmen who tried to arrest his son-in-law. Today we tell the story of Green Allen Brooks, dubbed by the press as the “Mountain Man.” You can…
 
With it being Thanksgiving weekend, Rod and Steve have decided to take the week off, so today we are presenting an encore presentation of one of our first podcast episodes. In 1935 a young woman from Pound, Virginia, was accused of murdering her father and put on trial in Wise. The trial brought on an onslaught of national news attention. And when …
 
Over 120 years ago one of Devil Anse Hatfield’s sons made his escape from a Williamson, West Virginia, jail. How he got in that jail, why he escaped and where he went is our story this week. Be sure to subscribe to the Stories podcast, at Apple Podcasts, Audible, PlayerFM, Stitcher, Spotify, Audacy or on your favorite podcast app. We also have a Yo…
 
A hundred years ago two men were captured near Harriman, Tennessee, after an intense manhunt. They, along with two other men, were responsible for an attempted armed bank robbery, two kidnappings, and one murder during a crime spree through the Tennessee hills west of Knoxville in June, 1921. Today we tell that story. You can subscribe to the Stori…
 
In the early 1800’s central Pennsylvania was the home of a man named David Lewis. Lewis joined the army then went AWOL, starting down a road that led to him becoming a charming con man, counterfeiter, robber and murderer, as well as a legend in the area, some even comparing Lewis the Robber to Robin Hood. Today we tell his story. You can subscribe …
 
For this year’s Halloween tale, we’re going to go back a couple of years to once again tell you one of our more popular stories, about the hermit of Pound Gap. A traveler uncovers a local legend about an old hermit living in a cave on the Virginia/Kentucky border, so he sets about to investigate. We tell you that story, this year’s Halloween tale, …
 
In 1877 a young Kentucky man’s body was found by the side of the road, the victim of a knife attack. Suspicion quickly fell on the deceased’s former best friend since the two had recently had a falling out over a girl. That led the friend to go on the run. 20 years later he was found and brought back to Kentucky to face justice. Today we tell that …
 
How Do folks, its the All-Arnold Filan once again and TJ and Fat Larry are in fine form. If that doesn't get you up and motivated, nothing will. Listen to this Mayo conversation as these two half-bakes mayofest your ears like never before. Sending positive vibes and energies into the Mayo multiverse in a bid to secure Sam. Thank you to the half bak…
 
Can we critically analyse the all-Arnold final by looking at it through the lens of Coronation Street character Tyrone Dobbs? TJ and Fat Larry believe we can on this weeks highly inbred instalment of the critically acclaimed MAYOAREBACK podcast.The two ill-informed gurus offer some of their sediments on the upcoming final and blast their crickets w…
 
The dust has settled and two of Mayo's heftiest inbreds have finally reunited to bring you a highly informative and insightful podcast.TJ and Fat Larry shoot from the hip throughout this whirlwind bumper podcast special which was recorded live and direct from the exclusive corporate box suite of The Junction restaurant, Ballina.A host of topics are…
 
TJ and Fat Larry have two semis to talk about and they are not what you might think, they are of course in fact referring to both the Mayo ladies and Mayo gents who take on their respective Dublin cunterparts in a totally neutral location known as Croke Park. These two highly inbred gurus appear to digest, suggest and manifest in whichever which wa…
 
MAYOAREBACK into an all-Arnold Seamus Filan and the panel of astutely inbred gurus are on hand to discuss and digest the recent Connaught final victory against Galway above in Croke park. Being the kings of oar province is a sweet and satisfying feeling and on this podcast, TJ and Fat Larry have absolutely no qualms about sticking the boot into our…
 
MAYOAREBACK are back with a badly needed mailbag edition, where TJ and special guest Fat Larry attempt to wade through the filth, as it were, in order to give Mayo fans peace of mind at this difficult time. We delve into why AIG Dubs are such a thundering disgrace, we dissect and bisect Mayo's chances for 2021 and we endeavour to exclusively reveal…
 
In this podcast, the joint-ticket of TJ and Fat Larry manifest themselves and indeed, each other. They chew the fat on what has been an action packed month of January. They discuss the fall out from the famous Trojan horse, they dissect Mayo's new jerseys which are set to be hi-visibility and of course, highly inbred. Finally we give fans the insid…
 
Season 5 is live! It is however on a very sad and solemn note that we begin this year's proceedings. Rocked to oar core by four consecutive retirements the likes of which we have never seen before. Hosts TJ and Fat Larry are almost lost for words. Fat Larry's poetic eulogy goes some way towards providing comfort and solace to the disheartened Mayo …
 
Starting a podcast was bad enough but this may have just taken the biscuit. MAYOAREBACK's Christmas Anthem for 2020 is both a Christmas hit and indeed a Mayo GAA song. Combining two special times of the year where people completely lose the run of themselves. A huge thanks to all the inbreds involved in this project. We hope you enjoy it. Yours sin…
 
It's Christmas time and there is no need to be afraid.At Christmas time we read out questions and we throw some shade.Dublin GAA have plenty.While we live in Mayo fear.But soon Sam Maguire will be right here.How Do folks, welcome to the Christmas Q and A that poses some tough Q's and has a lot of very deep and meaningful A's. TJ is joined by a spec…
 
Mayo are back in an all arnold seamie filan and two of the least informed football gurus in history have come together to bisect, dissect and trisect all of the main talking points in the minds of Mayo football inbreds. Of course it would be remissive of us not to mention the untimely passing of Argentinian soccer legend, Diego Maradona. It would, …
 
Manifesting their way through the week's news, Fat Larry and TJ sit down to dissect and bisect our Connaught Filan win. With the curse of Homelly lifted, should we be losing the run of ourselves? Or should we be pragmatic and say that Galway were shite?Unlike the other Mickey Mouse Mayo GAA podcasts out there, we don't shy away from the ladies game…
 
Cumrades TJ and Fat Larry sit down for a chinwag to end all the chinwags. At this stage of the season it's knockout podcasting. Carrying over the form from ripping the Rossies, we will be hoping our Mayo boyeens can trim the Tribesmen this Sudnay and bring a little bit of Tommy into ourselves in the form of the Tommy Nester cup or indeed in terms o…
 
How do folks, Mayoareback are well and truly back with a late night podcast for your listening pleasure. Apologies for the delay but we have been battling with the technical grimlins all week. This pod is packed with tactical nuance and analysis that you don't find on some of the other Mayo GAA based podcasts. It's truly an inbredfest as TJ and Fat…
 
It's a Hallowe'en special folks and two of your least well Gaelic guru's have come together to review, preview and see through the mist on a number of key topics. With going to the games off the cards for the foreseeable future, how are half-bakes expected to cope? We provide some top tips for this Sudnay's trick-or-treat knockout match against Lei…
 
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