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The world can be a mysterious place. It can also be a boring place, so let’s focus on the mysterious. Rusty Hinges is a podcast that explores mysteries, hoaxes, natural phenomena, and weird history. Basically, anything that’s a bit… hinky.
 
When a crime ends in a conviction, the victims or their families are often allowed to give a statement to the court about the impact of the crime on their lives. But when these life altering events go unsolved, do not end in a conviction, or aren’t crimes at all, the victims and their families do not have this opportunity. The stories on this podcast are their Impact Statements.
 
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When Rachel Timmerman wrote to her family that she and her young daughter were starting over with a new man in Little Rock, they initially accepted it. But things were not as they seemed and the investigation into what really happened has continued for 20 years. This case is *partially resolved* If you have any information, call the Michigan State …
 
As Stephen Mineo and Barbara Rogers fell deeper into internet conspiracy videos and groups, they found each other and connected on their shared beliefs. But when their religious leader turned on one of them and then both, tragedy followed. This case is *solved* Get tickets for the Atlanta area show HERE https://www.eventbrite.com/e/true-crime-live-…
 
In 1996, a teen girl was murdered in Idaho Falls. What followed were decades of false accusations and legal confusion until genetic genealogy uncovered the truth. While it took a number of people to find justice, the entire effort was pushed along by the victim’s grieving mother. This case is *solved* Get tickets for the Atlanta area show HERE http…
 
When Lauren Dumolo went missing in 2020, her family, friends, and even total strangers came together to search for the missing mother. Confusing clues were uncovered and many names were brought up, but this has yet to definitely tell the family where Lauren is. This case is *unsolved* If you know anything, call the Cape Coral Police Department 239-…
 
In November 1994, three inmates went to the showers of the prison gym to clean. Twenty minutes later, two were fatally injured. One death–that of Jeffery Dahmer–made headlines and the other–Jesse Anderson–would be a footnote. And if he was a footnote, his victim became a footnote of a footnote. Today, we tell her story. Get tickets for the Atlanta …
 
For more than three and a half decades, the disappearance of 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews was a mystery – a riddle neither authorities nor her family members could solve. The residents of her cloistered Colorado hometown had scoured every inch of prairie. Jonelle’s face had been on milk cartons nationwide. Even the President of the United States ha…
 
In honor of Halloween and Spooky Season, Brandon from Southern Gothic taught me how to create a ghost story, and I dove into the story of Father Henry Jardine haunting of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Kansas City. The story starts after the 47 minute mark (depending on ads) Southern Gothic: https://www.southerngothicmedia.com/ Get tickets for the …
 
…1 campfire… …1 dark forest… …31 bone-chilling stories… …Will YOU survive the night? This Halloween season, enter the woods for a unique and truly epic podcast experience! Around the campfire Shane Waters will introduce 31 crime podcast hosts, including Crimelines! Each host brings a new, nerve-wracking true story to the circle. It’s an extra speci…
 
…1 campfire… …1 dark forest… …31 bone-chilling stories… …Will YOU survive the night? This Halloween season, enter the woods for a unique and truly epic podcast experience! Around the campfire Shane Waters will introduce 31 crime podcast hosts, including Crimelines! Each host brings a new, nerve-wracking true story to the circle. It’s an extra speci…
 
Hudson, Wisconsin was shocked by a double homicide at a funeral home, and rumors spread about who may have done it. It wouldn’t be until another crime was reported that an unlikely suspect emerged. Get tickets for the Atlanta area show HERE https://www.eventbrite.com/e/true-crime-live-tickets-426721705107?fbclid=IwAR0dgwL6mY02qnJE-qNcuK84umh0bay2-m…
 
In 1942, as London nights were dark due to wartime blackout rules, a man walked the streets, finding victims. Known as the Blackout Ripper, he killed nearly as many as Jack the Ripper yet few know about him. I asked the hosts of the podcast Bad Women to come on the show and tell us why. Check out the podcast Bad Women wherever you get your podcasts…
 
The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies. One of the longest running true crime podcasts out there, Generation Why has a little somet…
 
Chiquita Tate was called a “rising star” of the Baton Rouge legal community as she decided, not long out of law school, to strike it out on her own. One night, while working late at her locked and secured office building, Chiquita was killed and the suspect list ended up including most of the people in her files. Get tickets for the Atlanta area sh…
 
In 1987, 18-year-old Michelle Schofield was murdered. The police believed the evidence pointed straight to her husband but the new podcast Bone Valley has brought that into question and makes us explore if Leo Schofield was wrongfully convicted. A special thank you to Gilbert King for coming on Crimelines to talk about this case! Follow Bone Valley…
 
Welcome to the Hellmouth Weirdos! Your favorite Morbid hosts Ash and Alaina are branching out from true crime and heading to Sunnydale for the ultimate Buffy the Vampire Slayer Rewatch podcast! Alaina is a Buffy superfan and Ash has never watched a single episode, so whether you’re Team Angel, Team Spike, or have no clue who those people are…they’v…
 
In April 1987, a neighbor called 911 reporting that a man ran over with a baby who was unresponsive. In spite of medical reports, a failed polygraph, and a reported confession, the family of Jacob Jeremiah Landin is still fighting for accountability and justice. SIGN THE PETITION: https://www.change.org/p/da-clint-wellborn-please-reopen-the-case-of…
 
In this bonus episode, I spoke to Helen Molesworth and Maria Luisa Tucker about their new podcast Death of an Artist. It's a look not just at a true crime case but also at the issues surrounding power imbalances and how we separate the art from the artist. Death of an Artist is available wherever you listen to podcasts or at pushkin.fm Support the …
 
In September 2004, a search was launched for a missing 3 year old girl near Huntington Beach, California. The twist? The child had been missing since 1969. For 35 years, her father had been told it was a custody issue. But now, it was a murder investigation. This case is *disputed* Thank you to this week's sponsor! Apostrophe -- get $15 off your fi…
 
Yesterday, there was a hearing on the motion to vacate the conviction of Adnan Syed, the subject of the first seasons of the podcasts Serial and Undisclosed. I sat down with some podcast friends to discuss Serial, its impact on us, and the motion to vacate. We had anticipated the hearing to be done by the time we recorded, but there was a motion to…
 
In April 2020, John and Katie Palmer went on a walk in their neighborhood. What happened next has put John on a course of healing, advocacy, and–most importantly–justice for his wife Katie Palmer. https://www.instagram.com/justiceforkatiepalmer/ https://www.tiktok.com/@justiceforkatiepalmer https://twitter.com/for_palmer https://www.facebook.com/gr…
 
When Joshua Bailey went to his parents in the summer of 2008 asking for their help getting his life on track, they were thrilled. Preparing a future for Josh was what they wanted. But when he went missing and his future cut short, they decided to work to make a future for others in the same situation. https://www.joshshopefoundation.org/ This case …
 
In 2011, a murder shocked Saint John, New Brunswick when a prominent citizen was killed in his office. Though the police zeroed in on his son quickly, but it would take years to build the case against him. And the resolution of the legal case would take just about as long This case is *disputed* Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vDL4YoWP…
 
In 2011, a murder shocked Saint John, New Brunswick when a prominent citizen was killed in his office. Though the police zeroed in on a suspect quickly, it would take years to build the case against him. But he would argue that they zeroed in on him too quickly and let the real killer get away. This case is *disputed* September 8: The Generation Wh…
 
Janett Reyna dedicated her career to helping Native people find resources when fleeing domestic violence. Her passion came from her own experiences as she tried to leave an abusive relationship. But it was when she took steps to protect herself that she was the most at risk. This case is *solved* Donation: https://www.renoranch.org/Ways_to_Help.htm…
 
Julie Schenecker spent years struggling with her mental health, dealing with medications, psychiatrists, and hospitalizations. But when she did the unthinkable, would that history be enough to minimize her culpability? This case is *solved* Disclaimer: this case involves children Upcoming events! August 27: True Crime Podcast Festival: https://true…
 
Listen in as Charlie, Lanie (True Crime Fan Club), and Nina (Already Gone) talk about the new Netflix documentary The Girl in the Picture. For more info on possible victims of Franklin Floyd, check out Anna Priestland on Twitter @howsthemapples Upcoming events! August 27: True Crime Podcast Festival: https://truecrimepodcastfestival.com September 8…
 
On August 15, 2007, after being missing for 8 days, Corryn Rayney’s body was found in a shallow grave. The investigation included a deep look at all trace forensic evidence available. But her estranged husband Lloyd believed the police spent more time trying to make the evidence fit his guilt than they spent looking for the real killer. Upcoming ev…
 
In 2007 Corryn and Lloyd Rayney were in the early stages of what was looking to be a messy divorce. But they agreed to sit down one night after Corryn’s dance class to attempt to resolve things civilly. The next day, Corryn was reported missing. Upcoming events! August 27: True Crime Podcast Festival: https://truecrimepodcastfestival.com September …
 
RonRico and Ashley Shutes were newlyweds but the honeymoon was quickly over. After arguing all day after 10 months of marriage, Ashley got into her car to leave. What happened next was believed to be an accident, but then RonRico’s mother came forward with a new story. Upcoming events! August 27: True Crime Podcast Festival: https://truecrimepodcas…
 
In 1993, Sequoya Vargas told her mother she was spending the night with a friend. When she didn’t come home, her family reported her missing to the Hawaii County Police, who initially believed the teen had run away. The case would be reclassified as a homicide when someone came forward with a confession but it would then take nearly 7 years for jus…
 
Four bodies were found in barrels near Bear Brook state park in New Hampshire. This case would take many turns until their killer was identified. It seemed every answer opened up even more questions. If you know anything about the disappearance of Denise Beaudin, call the Manchester Police Department: 603-668-8711 If you know anything about the uni…
 
In 2013, Brandon Lawson disappeared. For years, his last 911 was analyzed. In 2022, a team of searchers found items that led to the recovery of remains. This case is *partially resolved* Upcoming events! August 27: True Crime Podcast Festival: https://truecrimepodcastfestival.com Sources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vDL4YoWPRkUdf3IpjNQMPoS4…
 
Between 1979 and 1982, five people disappeared or were murdered in the Lewiston-Clarkston metro area, straddling the state line between Idaho and Washington. Though there is a person of interest who could be linked to four of the victims, the cases remain unsolved. Asotin County Sheriff's Office 509-758-2331 SLC FBI field office: 800-579-1400 Lewis…
 
In 1991, a woman was murdered by her abusive boyfriend at a motel as she was attempting to leave him. When police responded, they found that the woman used multiple aliases and her true identity was unknown. Until May of 2022, when genetic genealogy closed this case, she was known only as the El Dorado Jane Doe. https://closingthecase.com/solved-el…
 
The hosts of Date with Dateline join me to discuss all things Dateline and the latest Crimelines episodes on Tim and Larissa Schuster. Support the show! https://www.patreon.com/crimelines https://www.basementfortproductions.com/support Licensing: Theme music by Scott Buckley https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/ Cover Art by Lars Hacking from Rusty Hing…
 
In July 2003, Tim Schuster went missing during a prolonged and bitter divorce. When his body was found in his estranged wife’s storage unit, it seemed like a slam dunk case. But the stories that came out as the co-conspirators pointed fingers at each other threatened to confuse the jury. This case is *solved* Upcoming events! June 4: Meetup! Williw…
 
For about 15 years, Tim and Larissa Schuster were happily married. Then Tim said Larissa changed and the marriage became strained. Tim wanted to work on the marriage but Larissa insisted on a divorce. But she wanted Tim to walk away with nothing and that wasn’t something Tim was going to agree to. This case is *solved* Upcoming events! June 4: Meet…
 
I spoke with Caprice, the host of the UK-based Unseen podcast about Shannon Matthews, the reputations of council estates, and the types of cases she covers. You can find the Unseen podcast in your favorite podcast app! Music by Scott Buckley https://www.scottbuckley.com.au/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
When 9-year-old Shannon Matthews disappeared on her way home from school, the community took to the streets to search for the little girl and to rally around her family. The media faced criticism, comparing the coverage for Shannon to the coverage of Madeline McCann. But when this case came to a shocking resolution, the media swarmed. This case is …
 
When 29-year-old Frankie Pullian was killed in a hit-and-run crash, the responding officers thought something didn’t look quite right. So they carefully processed and documented the scene in spite of the medical examiner seeing this as an open and shut case. Then an insurance investigator started asking questions and the police hunch was proved cor…
 
Paul Holes worked as a cold case investigator and, on retirement, found himself thrust into the media spotlight. In his new memoir Unmasked: My Life Solving America's Cold Cases, he covers cases he's worked on with a look at his life behind-the-scenes and the toll his job took on his mental health and family life. Buy the book here. Remember to sel…
 
Sophie Sergie was visiting friends in Fairbanks when she was found murdered in a dorm at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The case went cold until the Golden State Killer was caught using genetic genealogy and Alaska State Troopers wondered if it could work in this case. This case is *solved* Podcast recommendation: War Cry Podcast Upcoming even…
 
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