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Collier Landry is the creator and subject of the documentary “A Murder in Mansfield.” On New Year's Eve 1989, he awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of two loud thuds. The next morning, when his mother was missing, Collier knew she was no longer alive. Treated as a "missing persons" case, no one believed him except one detective. Twenty-five days later, police found his mother's body buried beneath the basement of his father's new home he purchased with his mistress. Collier had wi ...
 
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Brooke Nicole was just 6 years old when she heard her father murder her mother. Her father was never arrested. In her journey to seek justice for her deceased mother, Brooke has gained a huge following from hundreds of thousands of people who are interested in her story. It's turned her into a unique sort of celebrity. And that comes with its own u…
 
No two crimes are exactly alike, but they can be eerily similar. TikToker Brooke Nicole (@bnicole324) was just 6 years old when she heard her father murder her mother, similar to Collier. Except Brooke's dad wasn't arrested. He maintained custody over Brooke and her sisters. At such young ages, they didn't know what to do. So they lived with their …
 
In this unique episode, we get to see what it's like when the tables are turned with Collier as the guest of a show. Wellness and business coach Jessica McKinley (host of Sincerely, Future You) interviews Collier about his pain, his losses, his recovery, and the lessons he learned along the way. It's a more vulnerable side of Collier we don't norma…
 
What's it like to have a man stalking you? What about a wealthy stalker with no need for a job, and all the time to feed their delusional appetite? That's the nightmare Lenora Claire found herself in. Lenora is a TV and media star who now spends much of her time as a victim's rights advocate. Her stalker survival story was featured on the news docu…
 
The world is full of all sorts of scammers and devious people. Some of these predators lure their victims romantically, with promises of love and attention. These sick criminals are ripping off people every day across the U.S. and world, conning their lonely victims out of sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars each. Investigator Christopher Sa…
 
In a look into the mind of a sociopathic killer, Collier goes through three never-before opened letters that his father sent him from prison in 1991. His father was approaching his first full year locked up during the writing of these letters. Through these pages, we see hints that Collier's father still holds some major resentment towards him for …
 
Trigger Warning: This video contains a discussion of sensitive topics including gun violence, mass shootings, and surviving those violent incidents. If you are triggered in any way, please stop the video and seek counseling from a mental health professional. America is suffering through a bloody and ongoing epidemic; one for which there is no vacci…
 
Ghislaine Maxwell, the convicted assistant to infamous sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, was just sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in ruining the lives of countless girls. Collier discusses the narcissism that runs through Maxwell's actions and her defense. Collier also reflects on the similarities his own father shares with criminals, l…
 
When a child grows up fearing serial killers and even loses a young neighbor girl to a killer, it might be the start of a lifelong trauma. In the case of Nina Innsted, the host of Already Gone, she let that fear fuel her desire to catch killers and find the victims who go missing. When the police couldn't do enough to solve missing persons cases, N…
 
It's a Father's Day special day! In episode 42 of Moving Past Murder, Collier reads letters his father sent him years ago from prison. They look into the mind of a killer who still thinks he has a chance to overturn his guilty verdict... as long as he can get Collier back on his side. Hear how Collier's dad says he still gets angry when he thinks a…
 
In episode 41 of Moving Past Murder, host Collier Landry answers some of his TikTok audience's questions in an open and honest conversational episode of the show. Collier also takes a moment to weigh in on some rumors circling Reddit and the Twittersphere, his opinion on the importance of "Conscious True Crime" consumerism, and how the actions of t…
 
Murderish host Jami Rice digs deep into the most disturbing true crimes and mysteries. In episode 40, of Moving Past Murder, she and Collier dish on their cases, compare sociopaths and discuss troubles with the true-crime business. They look at financial crimes and their connection to violent crimes. As well as how the criminal minds of a murderer …
 
Decades ago Pastor Ernie Sanders looked into the murder of Collier’s mother and even interviewed his father live on the radio. In episode 39, we hear from radio host Pastor Ernie Sanders and his associate Jim Kloos on what they’ve uncovered about the case over the years. Did Collier’s father have help murdering his mother and hiding her body? For t…
 
Back in the 1990s, after Collier’s father was in prison for murdering his mother, he was interviewed live on a radio program called What’s Right What’s Left with Pastor Ernie Sanders. Speaking from prison, Collier’s father professed his innocence, while discussing the conspiracies and crooked law enforcement he claims were out to frame him. For the…
 
Debra Newell is best known for being “Dirty John’s” last wife before his death. Connie Britton played Debra’s character in the TV scripted series that appeared on Bravo and now is streaming on Netflix. The show originates from the Dirty John Podcast with over 50 million listens. Debra Newell is also a world-renowned interior designer with mentions …
 
Can the everyday routines that we keep help us deal with the worst life throws at us? In episode 36 of Moving Past Murder, Collier talks with philosopher, medical doctor, and author of The Art of Routine, Angel Iscovich. Digging into Collier’s traumatic childhood, Collier and Dr. Iscovich discuss how routines, even the simplest of habits, can help …
 
"Your 20 minutes of fun, was my 12 days of terror." A true-crime victim shared in a post on Reddit. That post was reposted in a CrimeCon Facebook group and inspired episode 35 of Moving Past Murder. In this episode guest host and journalist, Christine O'Donnell talks to survivors Kara Robinson Chamberlain, who was kidnapped by a serial killer at 15…
 
Christopher Hansen, an American television journalist, and YouTube personality joins Collier Landry for episode 34 of Moving Past Murder. In this episode, Chris shares why “To Catch A Predator” really ended. He talks about how covering trauma has affected his life as a parent and what he does to cope. He shares the latest on his investigation into …
 
In episode 33 of Moving Past Murder, Collier shares another one of his father's letters from prison. In an attempt to convince his son that his mother is partially to blame for her demise, Dr. John F. Boyle paints a picture for his young son that his mother might not be cast in a favorable light. Episode highlights... •Collier's father alludes to h…
 
How do you move past taking the life of another human being, even when it is in self-defense? How do you cope with Survivor Shaming? What does moving past guilt & shame look like in the public eye? In last week's episode (Moving Past Murder - Episode #31), an interview with survivor Terra Newell, many of my audience members were left with a few una…
 
Moving Past Murder Episode #31 - April 1, 2022 Dirty John, the hit podcast from Wondery and The Los Angeles Times, turned into a TV Sensation starring Connie Britton, Juno Temple, Julia Garner, and Eric Bana as the charming, handsome, sociopathic nightmare John Meehan. But what happened to the real-life characters played by those stars? In today's …
 
Collier breaks down how Chris Watts's behaviors and victim narcissism mirror his father's behavior, both in the courtroom and once he was in prison. The Watts family murders occurred in Frederick, CO, during the early morning hours of August 13, 2018. Christopher Watts admitted to murdering his pregnant wife Shanann by strangulation. He later admit…
 
Dr. Dennis Marikis was Collier's psychologist in the days after his mother’s body was discovered. Collier was 11-years-old when Dennis helped him process the trauma of his mother's murder by his father, Dr. John F. Boyle, Jr. Dennis was featured in the documentary A Murder in Mansfield. His extensive sessions with Collier, both before and after Col…
 
Collier Landry reads another one of his father's letters from prison! John F. Boyle, Jr. was incarcerated at WARCi Correctional Institution when he sent this letter to Collier on November 6, 1994. Episode highlights... •Seeking an appeal to overturn his murder conviction, Collier's father tries to manipulate Collier to help him "get out of this nig…
 
In this bonus episode, join Collier Landry and Dep Kirkland for an hour-long conversation explaining in detail the case that influenced the book turned film "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Dep Kirkland is a former assistant prosecutor in one of the most notorious murder trials in Savannah, GA history. The murder of "grifter" Danny Hansfo…
 
Lawyer Games: In this high-stakes game of cat and mouse, the outcome often lies in stark contrast to the public's expectation of justice. Dep Kirkland is a former assistant prosecutor in one of the most notorious murder trials in Savannah, GA history. The murder of "grifter" Danny Hansford by well-known yet mercurial antique dealer Jim Williams sho…
 
Another year, but not just another birthday... This week's episode really has Collier thinking about his own mortality as he reaches the age that his mother was when she was murdered by his father. • Collier reads a special message he received from a fan on his Instagram... • Brenda shares her strange connection with Collier's mother's death at 44.…
 
Disclaimer: This episode contains mature topics and includes graphic conversations about incest and sexual abuse. Audience discretion is advised. Named one of LinkedIn's 50 Most Impactful People of 2021, child sexual assault survivor-turned-thriver Nancy Barrows M.S. CCC-SLP is using her personal story to change the narrative on how we look, discus…
 
“When you realize that your child is no longer coming home or going to give you a call, that part hits so horribly,” Melissa McKinnies said. She believes her son Danye Dion Jones was murdered after she found him hanging from a tree by a sheet in her backyard in 2018. An investigation into what really happened took place, not by police, but instead …
 
Having been abandoned by both sides of his birth family after the murder of his mother by his father, Collier has been looking for clues to his family heritage for nearly TWO DECADES! Now, after posting just a few clips last week on TikTok, a long-lost relative has reached out to share their family stories, secrets and support for him and his mothe…
 
Disgraced multimillionaire and real estate heir Robert Durst is dead. • How the murderer’s death may keep his victims from finding closure. As someone who confronted my own father over the murder of my mother, I have my own unique take on this conundrum. • I also discuss the similarities between Durst's bizarre behavior compared to my father's. In …
 
•Is GHISLAINE MAXWELL a criminal mastermind OR a victim of radical manipulation by JEFFERY EPSTEIN?! Collier draws the parallels between Epstein and NXIVM sex-cult leader Keith Raniere; Collier shares his first-person perspective on Hollywood's transactional sex trade business. •Starbucks Drive-thru Line Cutter! Brenda expresses her annoyance at th…
 
Host Collier Landry examines a topic near and dear to his heart: the public's obsession with true crime. In this first episode in what will be a continuing topic and series in this podcast, Collier delves into understanding the phenomena that is the True Crime genre. What better way to take a look at one of TV's most popular series: Forensic Files!…
 
Brenda's question about Collier's father's INTIMATE incarcerated relationships stirs up serious debate... What are the benefits of ditching dating apps like Tinder and Bumble for a more aggressive approach like INMATE.com? With Collier's experience, he breaks down how communication methods like email, have evolved in prisons over the years. *WTF* M…
 
Just in time to snap you out of your Thanksgiving food coma...Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher wax all things Moving Past Murder in today's gravy-laden episode! Amanda Knox's ordeal with UK media bias after a real-life "Italian Job". WTF moment of the day: A bigamist convinces his previous wife to help murder his current wife...who is carrying his …
 
It's our much anticipated Halloween episode...just in time for Thanksgiving! Collier and Brenda discuss several interesting topics in this spooky episode! •Ancestry.com reveals another of serial killer John Wayne Gayce's victims. •WTF moment of the day: Bystanders film a rape on a Pennsylvania commuter train, but no one steps in to help the woman b…
 
After a brief hiatus, Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher are back to wax all things Moving Past Murder. Is there really a serial killer algorithm and if so, is social media responsible for the death of Gabby Petito? Catching up on the Elizabeth Harris case in Collier’s hometown of Mansfield Ohio, the conviction of Robert Durst, we reveal a surprising…
 
Collier and Brenda welcome attorney and author David Robinson, Esq. to the program to share his thoughts on the current state of policing in the United States. With over 30 years of experience in law enforcement, and on both sides of the infamous "Blue Line", David's unique perspective elevates the current debate of Power VS Authority, and how much…
 
Ray Nowosielski joins the podcast to talk about After the Uprising, his NEW project with iHeart Radio and NowThis premiering June 15, 2021. Ray, producer on Collier's A Murder in Mansfield waxes all things true crime with Collier and Brenda and the death of Danyé Jones, son of prominent Ferguson activist Melissa McKinnies. The tragedy, ruled a suic…
 
The morning after my 11-year-old self was jolted from my sleep on December 31, 1989, to the sound of a scream followed by two loud thuds, I come downstairs to confront my father. When I demanded my father answer a simple question "WHERE IS MY MOTHER!?" he nonchalantly says "Mommy took a little vacation Collier". The rest, as we say, is history... C…
 
New Year's Eve 1989...the beginning of the end... 11-year-old Collier Boyle witnesses the murder of his mother... by his father. Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss the night that changed Collier's life and family forever: New Year's Eve 1989, the night he witnessed his father murder his mother. YouTube link: https://youtu.be/w6KeSicxoa4 Cravi…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss: -The arrest of John Henry Mack for the kidnapping and murder of Melinda Kay Davis, and how he is now facing the death penalty. -The supportive family of Todd Blevins reached out via Collier's YouTube channel offering new information. -Collier reads a new email from his father who turned 78 on May 1st in Mar…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss as Collier reads his father's letter from prison in which he romanticizes how he met and fell in love with Collier's mother. The letter concludes with his father blaming the "Mansfield Crooks" for destroying his life and for his incarceration, yet never admits his own role in the murder of Collier's mother, …
 
Todd Blevins...murder or Self-Defense? Collier and Brenda discuss the April 27th arrest of Rebecca E. Harris Blevins for the murder of her husband Todd Blevins in Lexington, Ohio, a suburb of Collier's hometown of Mansfield. As some pointed out on Social Media, the details of the case share similarities with the murder of Collier's own mother by hi…
 
Having been blocked years ago, and clearly seeking to reach new personal lows, Collier shares a disturbing email from my stalker after she contacted my father in prison via the Jpay email app for contacting incarcerated prisoners. In this episode, Collier shares the backstory of how he came to know this woman. He reads a recent email she has shared…
 
Collier shares with Brenda how his mother, Noreen's cousin, recently reached out after seeing his documentary "A Murder in Mansfield." When Collier seeks to learn more about his mother's childhood from her family, he is shut down simply for being "his father's son." Collier remembers how he was shut down many years ago by both his mother AND father…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss one of Collier's Father's letters to him from prison. Collier becomes angry when he discovers how his father tries to manipulate and gaslight him. Collier's father's use of his mother's family to illustrate his vapid point enrages Collier and leads he and Brenda to call into question how his father thinks he…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss with special guest retired police Captain Dave Messmore, Mansfield Police Department, the manhunt currently underway for fugitive Lester Eubanks in Los Angeles, CA. Eubanks has been on the run after confessing and being incarcerated for the brutal rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl in Mansfield, Ohio, alm…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss the tragic discovery of the body of Melinda Kay Davis, mother of four, on March 14, 2021, in Galloway, Ohio. Davis' ex-boyfriend, John Henry Mack, Jr., had been charged with kidnapping before the discovery. United States Marshals said Mack boasted at one point to investigators that Davis' "body would never b…
 
Collier Landry and Brenda Fisher discuss the days around his father's murder trial. After his father, Dr. John F. Boyle, Jr., was arrested, Collier was thrown into the foster care system, where he would stay until non-family members adopted him. Given the gravity of the situation surrounding the murder of his mother by his father, immediate family …
 
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