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Decoding The Unknown explores history's deepest mysteries to see if we can draw any conclusions about what actually happened. Russian hikers killed by a yeti? Aircraft lost to sea monsters? Probably not, so let's try and figure out what really happened. New episodes every Friday. Also on YouTube!
 
Indie Book Rebels, where new and experienced writers all plowing their way through the mine field of self-publishing get to share their tips, their stories, their triumphs and their pain. Readers hear from great new authors. Writers hear from other writers. We also talk about marketing, the craft of writing, book designing, and more. Our guests can be other podcasters, bloggers, and even traditional publishers - if any have the guts to come on the show. Enjoy and SUBSCRIBE. More at IndieBook ...
 
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For 15 years, John Cooper haunted the villages in Pembrokeshire. Armed with a sawed-off shotgun and a balaclava, he'd fulfill the role of master burglar when he wasn't attacking or brutally murdering his more well-off neighbors. When he was finally caught, he was unrecognizable, but his downfall came when investigators remembered that he'd once app…
 
The Axeman of New Orleans was a nearly forgotten serial murderer who assaulted twelve victims in the late 1910s. What has kept him from fading into complete obscurity is his letter to the local newspaper in which he claimed to be a demon from Hell that loved jazz music - and if the citizens of New Orleans wanted him to stop killing, they'd be in th…
 
Known as Blue, Spoons, Hannibal the Cannibal, and Britain’s Most Dangerous Prisoner, Robert John Maudsley is infamous for being Britain's longest-serving prisoner, having spent the last 48 years in prison - 44 of them in solitary. But how did he end up there, and does he truly deserve not only his title - but his fate as well? Learn more about your…
 
Not every murder mystery has a satisfying ending, and the murders of the Gruber family is one of the more notable ones. Known as the Hinterkaifeck Murders, the mystery surrounding their deaths is over 100 years old, and in today’s episode we're exploring all the theories regarding the deaths of the entire Gruber family. Learn more about your ad cho…
 
Every country has their infamous criminals, and Gert van Rooyen and Joey Haarhoff was South Africa's first serial killer couple. Active in both Pretoria and Johannesburg during the late 1980’s, their crimes shocked the nation, leaving deep scars on the collective psyche of an entire generation. The fates of at least six of their victims are still u…
 
People have gone to great lengths to impress those they love, but VA nurse Kirsten Gilbert's attempts at flirting take the cake. In an effort to impress her new boyfriend, she murdered the people she was supposed to care for, earning herself the moniker "The Angel of Death". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
For months, the stench emanating from 12205 Imperial Avenue in Cleveland had its neighbors up in arms. Not only that, but black women were disappearing, and the local authorities ignored the community's concerns. But when two survivors both told the police about the horrors they'd experienced in 12205 Imperial Avenue, the police would come face to …
 
Billy Milligan robbed drugstores, assaulted strangers, and raped four women before robbing them as well. But he would tell you that he didn't have any memories of his crimes - in fact, he didn't do it. Instead, it was a 19-year-old lesbian named Adalana - one of the 24 personalities that lived within him. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
 
The Vampire of Düsseldorf is perhaps one of the most demented, sadistic, monstrous, depraved, and literally bloodthirsty individuals we’ve ever covered on this show - yes, even worse than Pedro Lopez. So fair warning - here be monsters. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Cloud10 and iHeartPodcasts
 
Outside of Alaska, not a lot of people have heard of Robert Hansen, the Butcher Baker. He was a special kind of sick bastard - a pathetic "man-child" who took all his insecurities out on the women he killed. As part of his plea deal, he asked that the details of his crimes should remain a secret - but we're more than happy to bring them to light so…
 
In the early 1980s, the 911 operators working in St. Paul, Minnesota, would receive calls from a crying man. He would lead them directly to his victims, claiming that he couldn't stop hurting those women, and earning himself the name "The Weepy Voiced Killer". Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
In the 1960's, children started going missing all around Manchester, never to be seen again. It wasn't until a young couple went to the police and described how they'd witnessed their brother commit a murder that the mystery of the missing children was solved, and the horrific realities of their deaths became general knowledge. Learn more about you…
 
On the 14th of January 1964, the Mexican Police would perform a raid on the Loma del Angel ranch. There, they would uncover multiple mass graves as well as over a dozen malnourished young women who'd been enslaved by the Gonzales sisters - a group of middle-aged sisters who not only ran a prostitution ring together but became infamous for killing m…
 
Not to be confused with the cartoon character of the same name, the Pink Panthers are a network of jewelry thieves famous for pulling off multi-million dollar heists in under 2 minutes. This episode features some of Simon's favorite things - 3 heists, some excellent police work, a prison break, and a group of thieves that comply with some of The Ca…
 
Edmund Emil Kemper III is perhaps one of the USA's most infamous serial killers. He was described as being 'friendly, open, sensitive, and having a good sense of humor," traits that came in handy when he lured 10 young women into his car before killing them, earning himself the nickname "The Co-Ed Killer. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit meg…
 
Pennysavers were a free community periodical that advertised cheap items for sale, often with a description like '$30 Dresser for sale OB. Contact Lisa.'. And it was these women who would be targeted by Bobby Joe Long, earning him the name 'The Classified Ads Rapist'. But then he took it a step further, murdering at least 10 women in the Tampa Bay …
 
Known as both the Whitechapel Murderer and Leather Apron, Jack the Ripper killed at least 5 sex workers on the streets of London in the late 19th century. Over 130 years later, his methods, motives, and his real identity still remains a mystery, and is a puzzle that many try to solve. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
On Friday the 26th of November 2010, at 5:15 pm, Yara said goodbye to her family, left home, and walked the short distance to her gym. Five hours later, she would die alone in a field while her whole family was out looking for her. It would be six years before justice was served, but this case is proof of what a justice system is capable of when th…
 
On the morning of the 9th of January, 1993, firefighters were called to the Romand household in Prévessins-Moens, a quiet French town. The firefighters soon established that only one member out of the family of four had survived, and rushed the unconscious man to the hospital. But when the police went to notify the rest of the family of the tragedy…
 
By all accounts, Tom and Jackie Hawks were phenomenal people, enjoying life to the fullest on their yacht, the Well Deserved. Upon hearing the news that they were going to be grandparents, they put the yacht up for sale - and were never heard from again. Sponsors Shopify - Go to shopify.com/casual for a free 14 day trail. Learn more about your ad c…
 
In the 18th century, the American colonies were a wild and lawless place. Two men, later known as the Harpe Brothers, took full advantage of this. For more than 15 years, these two men would kill and rape and rob their way across the wilds of America until they also met a bloody end. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
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