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Best Stove Leg Media podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Stove Leg Media podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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True Crimecast is a podcast that adds a unique perspective to the true crime genre. John and Jamie dig into new cases and revisit old ones to try to get to the truth. Each episode takes on a different case and the hosts share both details and theories about what really happened.
 
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Christmas of 1968 brought a tragic gift to the Bay Area of California. David Faraday and Betty Lou Jensen were murdered while parked in a lover’s lane, and became the first confirmed victims of the Zodiac Killer. 50 years and at least 5 murders later, and the world is yet to see justice for so many innocent lives that have been taken. Join Jamie an…
 
Join John and Jamie as they talk with Ashley Lecker about her new book, The Serial Killer Cookbook. In addition to talking crime and delicious food, Ashley has a quiz to see if John and Jamie are legitimate true crime (and food) enthusiasts. You can find The Serial Killer Cookbook here: https://www.amazon.com/Serial-Killer-Cookbook-Disturbingly-Del…
 
For nearly 20 years, a serial killer stalked and killed over 70 women in Washington state before he was finally captured. Gary Ridgway was given approximately 1000 years in prison, and that is not enough for the pain and suffering he caused to so many. Who were his victims? What caused a man to become so evil? Why did it take police so long to solv…
 
Join Lindsay Graham, the host of Wondery’s show American Scandal as he dives deep into the heart of the most shocking moments of fraud and deception in American history. In this six-part series “The Hare Krishna Murders” he explores an eastern religion with pure intentions that, in the hands of its western followers, became a criminal enterprise of…
 
June 23rd, 1965 will be a day that Austin, TX police will never forget. Police were dispatched to a home of Fred and Edwina Rogers for a welfare check, because their nephew had been unable to reach them for days. Upon entering the home, the officers knew something was off. What they discovered was one of the most gruesome scenes imaginable. The Rog…
 
On February 13, 2017, eighth graders Libby German and Abby Williams went hiking in their hometown of Delphi, Indiana. Over three years, nearly 30,000 tips and one recording of the killer later, the case is still unsolved, leaving no justice for the families of Abby and Libby. Who is evil enough to kill these two young girls? What leads do the polic…
 
$750 million of precious art walked out of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Art Museum on March 18, 1990 with no trace of evidence left behind. The next morning, employees would find an empty frame mocking them as it sat on the security stand. They would also find the security guards bound in the basement with handcuffs and duct tape. Who could have st…
 
For Joe Exotic, life was a zoo. On sixteen acres of dry Oklahoma prairie, Joe, whose last name is clearly not exotic, but that is what he calls himself, scratched out a living as a roadside wildlife attraction. Housing baboons, gators, and big cats. But he liked sideshow theatre in his personal life too. He was a gun toting, spurs wearing, tiger br…
 
In December 2010, New York police were desperately searching for Shannan Gilbert who went missing in May. What they would discover would ignite a massive investigation that continues to this day. Police would find Shannan’s body along with the remains of more than 10 other victims. Will the Gilgo Beach Serial Killer ever be discovered? Will justice…
 
A Burning Passion Charles Smith and Tonya Bundick were in love, but needed to turn up the heat in their love life. The solution? An arson spree involving burning down over 60 abandoned structures. The couple would allude investigators for months before finally being caught red-handed. What led this couple to so much destruction? Could justice be se…
 
In 1978, Rodney Alcala won a date on the popular TV show, The Dating Game. What no one knew was that he was a prolific serial killer in the middle of a cross-country murder spree. In this six-part series, co-hosts Tracy Pattin (Hollywood & Crime) and Stephen Lang (Avatar, Don’t Breathe) take listeners on an unbelievable journey into Alcala’s twisti…
 
Frank Abagnale is one of America’s most famous imposters of all time. He was depicted by Leonardo DiCaprio in the 2002 film, “Catch Me if You Can” and his real life story is just as insane as the movie portrayed. His most notable cons include impersonating an airline pilot and a medical doctor. He was able to steal over $2.5 million from hundreds o…
 
He was on top of the music world and in the prime of his life. But between his chronic medical conditions, his heroin addiction, and the pressures of his high profile life and marriage, many believe that Kurt Cobain killed himself to get rid of the pain. But is there more to the story? Was this a simple suicide? Or could foul play have been involve…
 
Sheila Davalloo and her husband, Paul, were having trouble at home. And what he thought was an attempt to re-capture some magic in their marriage turned out to be something very different. Just how many secrets did Sheila keep from her husband? What caused her social deviance to turn into violence? And how did her tangled web of lies ultimately lea…
 
Chandra Levy was a young, beautiful woman full of dreams and ambition. She left her home and parents in California to pursue her dream as she started a political internship in Washington DC. Her dream would be short lived, as it was tragically halted when she disappeared out of thin air. Her body would be found months later, but police found no lea…
 
The Italian Job. The Usual Suspects. Ocean's 11. Everyone loves a good heist film. But would anyone be dumb enough to actually try to pull one off on their own. On December 17th of 2004, four college students in Lexington, KY did just that. In attempting to steal rare, valuable books from the Transylvania University library, they tased a librarian,…
 
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