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#83: Isaac Wright Jr.

#83: Isaac Wright Jr.

March 6, 2022

Isaac Wright Jr. had a great life–a successful career as a music producer, a beautiful wife in a Platinum-selling group that he managed, and a loving daughter. What he didn’t know was that something was rotten in New Jersey. This is a case of a corrupt county prosecutor, a crooked judge, some fraudster cops, some planted cocaine, and a whole system rigged to work against Wright. However, the system didn’t know that Wright–well, Wright slays giants. 

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#82: John of God

#82: John of God

February 10, 2022

John of God? More like John of Fraud. Hailed as a spiritual healer for decades and popularized in the western world by Oprah Winfrey, this spiritual con man spent years abusing the people who believed he could help them. Join Kevin and Amy as they unravel some of John’s murky past.

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#81: The Murder of Jenna Nannetti

#81: The Murder of Jenna Nannetti

January 18, 2022

This is a listener suggestion from Jennifer who was friends with the victim in high school. The case takes place in Livermore, CA. Jenna Nannetti was a 17-year old girl who fell in love with Mike Simons–a 20-year old loser who preyed on young girls. Listen to the tale of deadly young love with commentary from Amy and Kevin.

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#80: Eric Smith

#80: Eric Smith

December 17, 2021

4-year-old Derrick Robie, was “ebullient, precocious, doted on by all who knew him, a ripper of a kid in short sleeves and suspenders with a mop of blond hair and a mischievous grin.” Everything changed for the Robie family on August 2, 1993. 13-year old Eric Smith was angry, upset, and ready to take it out on someone. Join us this week as we talk about the child murderer, Eric Smith and what’s in store for him soon.

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#79: Thanksgiving Leftovers: Omaima Aree Nelson

#79: Thanksgiving Leftovers: Omaima Aree Nelson

November 19, 2021

“Omaima Nelson is the most bizarre and sick individual I’ve had the occasion to meet. No one needs to look to the Dahmers of Milwaukee or the Hannibal Lecters of the screen. A new predator has emerged, named Omaima.” 

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#78: The Curious Case of Charles ”Chuck” Morgan

#78: The Curious Case of Charles ”Chuck” Morgan

November 8, 2021

Charles “Chuck” Morgan left his Tucson home on March 22, 1977 to drop his two daughters off at school, just like any other day. But after dropping his girls off, he never made it to work, and didn't make it home that night. In fact, Charles wouldn’t show up for 3 days. This was just the beginning of Chuck’s very curious case. Follow along with us as we navigate this head-scratcher and look at a few other cases that may just be connected.

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#77, Part 2: The Rise & Fall of Theranos & Elizabeth Holmes

#77, Part 2: The Rise & Fall of Theranos & Elizabeth Holmes

September 30, 2021

This is the second part of a two-part episode. This is an active court case.

Theranos was supposed to revolutionize and democratize healthcare. Elizabeth Holmes was supposed to be the next Steve Jobs. Investors were supposed to rake in millions of dollars. However, things don’t always work out the way they should, especially when that genius inventor is a fraud and that revolutionary company is a scam. Join us this week as we lay the groundwork for understanding Theranos, its young founder Elizabeth Holmes, and her flashy ex-business partner/ex-COO/ex-president/ex-boyfriend Sunny Balwani. This comes at a very relevant time--Elizabeth’s trial began on August 31, 2021. She could face up to 20 years in prison for the fraud.

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#76, Part 1: The Rise & Fall of Theranos & Elizabeth Holmes

#76, Part 1: The Rise & Fall of Theranos & Elizabeth Holmes

September 19, 2021

Theranos was supposed to revolutionize and democratize healthcare. Elizabeth Holmes was supposed to be the next Steve Jobs. Investors were supposed to rake in millions of dollars. However, things don’t always work out the way they should, especially when that genius inventor is a fraud and that revolutionary company is a scam. Join us this week as we lay the groundwork for understanding Theranos, its young founder Elizabeth Holmes, and her flashy ex-business partner/ex-COO/ex-president/ex-boyfriend Sunny Balwani. This comes at a very relevant time--Elizabeth’s trial began on August 31, 2021. She could face up to 20 years in prison for the fraud.

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#75: The Hi-Fi Murders

#75: The Hi-Fi Murders

September 6, 2021

Ogden, Utah: 1974. No one could believe this crime could actually happen in this place. Join Kevin and Amy as they talk about the torture/killings of the Hi-Fi Shop.

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#74: Nathaniel-Bar-Jonah

#74: Nathaniel-Bar-Jonah

August 22, 2021

Are some people just born bad? We’d like to think not, but serial pedophile and suspected cannibalistic killer Nathaniel Bar-Jonah seems to be just that--born bad. From very early on, he exhibited violent, disturbing, sexually-sadistic tendencies. Additionally, he lived in a time and place where he could virtually fly under the radar--free to rape and prey on children. Enabled by both his family and inept law enforcement, Nathaniel Bar-Jonah was the 375-pound boogie man that we all need to fear. Join us this week as we discuss this pile of garbage.

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