Episode 26 - The Dexter Wannabe & The Who Concert Disaster

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By Amber Clifton & Erika Petersen, Amber Clifton, and Erika Petersen. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

In this episode, Amber covers the Dexter wannabe. In October of 2008, Mark Andrew Twitchell lured victims into his garage by pretending to be a woman on a popular online dating site. His garage was set up like a kill room. But unlike Dexter, thankfully, Twitchell was not good about covering his tracks.
Amber pulled her sources from:
The Dexter Killer "A True Crime Documentary", You Tube, by Skinned Locust
www.murderpedia.org
www.stablerttoday.ca article by Jennifer Henderson
True Crime Case Histories "The Dexter Wannabe" by Jason Neal
Then Erika covers The Who concert disaster. On December 3, 1979, the British rock band, The Who, was scheduled to perform in Cincinnati, Ohio at the Riverside Coliseum. When only 1 entry door opened several hours late, the crowd rushed the door, creating a stampede.
Erika pulled her sources from:
www.doi.org "Panic at The Who Concert"
Stampede An Empirical Assessment by Norris R. Johnson
www.rollingstone.com "Rock & Roll Tragedy: Why Eleven Died in Cincinnati" By Chet Flippo
www.content.time.com "Music: The Stampede to tragedy"
www.consequencesofsound.net "Rock History 101: The Who Concert Disaster"

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