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***This episode is sponsored by Stamps.com. Use promo code POD to get a 4 week free trial, free postage and a digital scale*** Halloween dates back over 2000 years to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced Sown). November 1st, the Celtic new year, marked the end of summer and harvest and the beginning of a long, cold, dark winter for Ce…
 
***This episode is sponsored by PodGo - the easiest way to begin monetising your podcast*** A huge thank you to Mel from Mask of Sanity and Bobbie from Killer Stories for their voice over for this episode. If you have any information relating to Cherrie's disappearance, you are urged to contact Pennsylvania police's Missing Person Unit on 724-284-8…
 
***This episode is sponsored by Podcorn, the easiest way to begin monetising your podcast*** DISCLAIMER: I misremembered the facts regarding the Oscar Pistorius case - please accept my sincerest apologies. This is a very special episode featuring our first ever guest, Ellyn Marsh. Ellyn co-hosts the true crime/comedy podcast, Obsessed With Disappea…
 
***This episode is sponsored, in part, by Away Travel*** ***This episode is sponsored, in part, by Podcorn - the easiest way to monetise your podcast*** Nature vs nurture is a longstanding debate in the world of psychology that discusses the extent to which certain aspects of our behaviour are either inherited via genetics, or the influence of exte…
 
A huge thank you to Stuart from British Murders and Jenny from It’s Murder Up North for their voice over for this episode. Plan International UK suggests that 63% of women in Britain feel unsafe walking alone in the dark. It’s an innate fear, one that’s reinforced in childhood. Stranger danger dictates that all strangers are dangerous, and that you…
 
***This episode is sponsored by Clarks. Visit podgo.co/clarks to get up to 30% off on selected items*** If you have any information relating to Brianna's disappearance, you are urged to contact Vermont State Police on 802-524-5993. Huge thank you to Nat and Ash for their voice over work for this episode. They say your teenage years are the best yea…
 
***This episode is sponsored, in part, by Podcorn - the easiest way to monetise your podcast. Head over to www.podcorn.com to sign up now.*** ***This episode is sponsored, in part, by Scary Time podcast. Listen now at http://www.dummies.fan/MurderandMore*** Social media has taken the world by storm in the last decade. It’s become a platform to expr…
 
***This episode is sponsored, in part, by PodGo - an easy way to begin monetising your podcast. Sign up now at podgo.co*** ***This episode is sponsored, in part, by Scary Time podcast. Listen now at http://www.dummies.fan/MurderandMore*** Singapore was considered one of the British Empire’s most impenetrable islands, which is why the Fall of Singap…
 
Crimestoppers anonymous form: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/give-information-anonymously Crimestoppers number: 0800 555 111 Missing People's number: 116 000 To provide information: Bruce - West Yorkshire's Homicide and Enquiry team, 101 Patricia - Brierley Hill police, 0345 113 5000 or Dudley Neighbouring Policing Unit, 101 Ke…
 
***This episode is brought to you, in part, by Podgo, the easiest way to monetise your podcast. Sign up today at podgo.co*** ***This episode is brought to you, in part, by Scary Time podcast. Listen now at http://www.dummies.fan/MurderandMore. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram @scarytimepod*** Credit for this episode goes to Joseph Cusack and h…
 
***This episode is brought to you by restaurant.com. Head over to www.restaurant.com/podcast for 50% off your next order*** Broadmoor Hospital in Berkshire is a high security psychiatric hospital that houses some of Britain's most notorious and dangerous criminals, including Robert Napper, Peter Sutcliffe and John Straffen. Broadmoor Hospital is ru…
 
***This episode is brought to you by restaurant.com. Head over to www.restaurant.com/podcast for 50% off your next order*** The UK charity Missing People suggests that 1 person is reported missing every 90 seconds and the Government website suggests that around 200,000 people go missing each year. In most cases of a missing adult or child, there ma…
 
***This episode is brought to you by Podgo, the easiest way to monetise your podcast. Sign up today at podgo.co*** The police and the CPS have defined a hate crime as "any criminal offence which is perceived by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice, based on a person's disability or perceived disability; race or …
 
As podcasters, we have a platform and duty to speak up and call out injustice. In light of the murder of George Floyd, we have come together in solidarity to use our platform to speak up against racial injustice and amplify the voices of black podcasters that deserve more recognition. Racism is prevalent in all industries; from the media who under-…
 
Cannibalism is the act of a human consuming the flesh of another human. The practice of cannibalism, also known as anthropophagy, dates back to early human history but coined it’s name after a West Indies tribe, the Carib, who are well known to have eaten the flesh of their acquaintances. The Spanish name for the Carib, who could be located in Sout…
 
***This episode is brought to you by PodGo, the easiest way to monetise your podcast. Sign up today at podgo.co*** According to Mencap, a learning disability is “a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities which affects someone for their whole life.” Typically, it can take a person with a learning disability longer to lea…
 
Crimestoppers anonymous form: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/give-information-anonymously Crimestoppers number: 0800 555 111 NSPCC's online reporting form: https://forms.nspcc.org.uk/content/nspcc---report-abuse-form/?_ga=2.31449407.1220292018.1589663095-288750486.1589290828 NSPCC helpline number: 0808 800 5000 Runaway helpline…
 
According to an article written by Caralynn Lippo in April 2017 for Redbook magazine, traditional wedding vows can be traced as far back as the Book of Common Prayer written by the Archbishop of Cantebury Thomas Cranmer in 1549. The vows have been adapted significantly over the years, specifically the vow we now know as “til death do us part.” In t…
 
According to the Open Society Foundations, sex workers are “adults who receive money or goods in exchange for consensual sexual services or erotic performances, either regularly or occasionally.” The term sex worker is preferred over prostitution, as sex worker recognises that it is work. Prostitution has negative connotations and denotes criminal …
 
According to the Serious Organised Crime Agency, organised crime related to gangs is focused in larger cities, in places such as London, Manchester and Liverpool. Gang related organised crime also can be found across the West Midlands, the South Coast and generally in Northern England. The Serious Organised Crime Agency reported that London, Birmin…
 
According to the NSPCC, grooming is "when someone builds a relationship, trust and emotional connection with a child or young person so they can manipulate, exploit and abuse them." Any child is vulnerable to being groomed and any adult can become the groomer, no matter their age, sex or race. In addition to grooming the child, the individual may a…
 
Baby farming was a popular practice in Victorian Britain, when contraception wasn't invented and single mothers were unable to feed, clothe or keep a roof over their children's heads due to living in impoverished conditions. As well as a lack of contraception, social services also hadn't been formulated at the time, which contributed to baby farmin…
 
According to Women's Aid, domestic abuse is "an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour." In the majority of cases, domestic violence is committed by a partner or ex partner, but it can also be perpetrated by a family member or carer. In the vast majority of cases, domestic violence vi…
 
Why hear 1 true crime story when you can have 7? Join me, Rachel from Mad or Bad, Teri from True Crime and Wine Time, JT from True Crime Lab, Amy and Katelyn from Eat Crime and Genevieve from True Crime Real Time for one of the biggest podcast crossover episodes ever. You can follow us all on Twitter @murderandmore, @madorbadthepod, @teritruecrime,…
 
When we take a person into hospital or a loved one is admitted to the hospital, whether it be a grandparent, parent, friend or child, we are under the belief that they are in safe hands. We trust these strangers, who have spent years in training, with the lives of our loved ones. We have no reason not to trust these people, they are employed on the…
 
Valentine’s Day is a day full of love and appreciation for your partner or spouse. It’s supposed to be a day where you celebrate the person you are sharing your life with and have the opportunity to reflect on how far you’ve come and discuss your future together. Unfortunately, for Joanne Nelson, Valentine’s Day in 2005 would not be full of red ros…
 
***This episode is sponsored by Ballsy. Head over to ballwash.com now and use our promo code MORE20 to get 20% off their You’re Incrediballs Nut Rub Cologne gift set.*** People can be very good at manipulating and deceiving. They make you believe that you can trust them and that they are a good person. They make you feel like your life is so much b…
 
Killers and potential serial killers love to keep secrets. They use these untold truths to taunt the police, to ensure the pain of families continues, for their own pleasure. For the majority of these killers, they refuse to reveal exactly how many people have fallen victim to their actions and therefore, end up taking these secrets to their graves…
 
I can imagine one of most people’s worst fears is being murdered by a complete stranger, which essentially dictates that you never know when you may cross someone with nefarious thoughts. A potentially worst fate, however, is being murdered and your killer never being caught or being murdered and your body never being recovered. For 2 families, thi…
 
For years, women have suffered with the innate fear of walking alone in the dark. The darkness provides predators with the opportunity to lurk in the shadows and not be seen by their prey until it’s much too late. As women, we are taught not to walk on our own in the dark, to hold a key in between our fingers and learn techniques in order to fight …
 
You will encounter conspiracy theories in all walks of life. Conspiracy theories can concern famous deaths and assassinations, dubious government activity or false flag terrorism. Conspiracy theories often evolve as a result of a lack of explanation for an event that has occured. Gaby Hinsliff wrote in an article in the The Guardian back in 2017, “…
 
*WARNING: This episode contains description that some listeners may find distressing, listener discretion is strongly advised.* Your parents are supposed to love you unconditionally. Your mother holds you in her stomach for 9 months, ensuring you are ready to face the outside world before giving birth to you. She’s supposed to nurture you, care for…
 
*WARNING: this episode contains description that some listeners may find distressing, listener discretion is strongly advised.* Your parents are supposed to love you unconditionally. Your mother holds you in her stomach for 9 months, ensuring you are ready to face the outside world before giving birth to you. She’s supposed to nurture you, care for…
 
Your early 20s should be some of the best years of your life. You’ve just become an adult, you’re developing your independence and exploring the big wide world for yourself. You leave your parents and begin to build a life of your own. You may have your own house, your own job and may even be considering starting a family with the person you love. …
 
A survey conducted in 2009 demonstrated that there are around 4 million people in the US that wish to become famous. Fame is considered the dream, people feel like they’ve made it when they become famous. But really, is constantly being in the public eye really all that great? Whilst there’s the benefit of money and adoration by the public, when yo…
 
Living at home and with your family, should be your safe haven. It’s the location you should feel the most secure, you walk home from work or climb out of your car and when you shut the door, you finally feel like you’re out of harm’s way. The click of the door closing provides you with the reassurance that the outside world can’t hurt you. You’re …
 
Bournemouth is the epitome of a coastal, beach town that can be located on the South coast of England in the county of Dorset. During the summer months, Bournemouth is a bustling town full of tourists from across the UK and abroad. It’s also become popular with the younger generation in recent years due to it’s lively and vibrant nightlife. A surve…
 
A serial killer is described as an individual who murders 3 or more people over more than a month and with a significant break between them. Serial killers usually stick to the same Modus Operandi and typically have a similar victimology. Serial killers also have several different motives for committing the murders, from attention seeking to anger …
 
Wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice occur when a person is convicted of a crime that they did not commit. Typically, it’s not realised that the person is innocent until they’ve served a large portion of their sentence. According to Innocence Canada, there are several factors that lead to a wrongful conviction. The most common factor in…
 
Taxi drivers are meant to be trusted. We entrust these people with getting us to the correct destination on time and to ensure we arrive safely. Taxi drivers are used all over the world and the ride sharing industry has only grown in recent years with the invention of Uber. Whilst Uber drivers must pass a criminal background screening before being …
 
***This episode is sponsored by Podcorn. Head over to podcorn.com right now, to begin monetising your podcast*** The 1970s were a time where people felt safe, they allowed their children to walk to the shops unattended, they allowed them to play outside without worrying about what would happen to them. No one feared the people that walked toward th…
 
***This episode is sponsored by Podcorn. Head over to podcorn.com right now, to begin monetising your podcast*** The term ‘serial killer’ didn’t exist in the 1970s, and It wasn’t until the mid to late 70s that the term serial killer came into existence, founded by Robert Ressler, an FBI agent with the Behavioural Analysis Unit. Despite the term not…
 
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