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Just a regular New York City guy who gets to interview some pretty amazing people... A conversation/hangout podcast with friends, athletes, authors, celebrities, fighters, and the world's most fascinating people "the greatest podcast ever" - My Mom
 
New bi-weekly podcast centered on New England crime stories with regional history (and some rock & roll). Each episode walks you through a local crime story, the places involved in that story, and unravels the details of what happened | Hosted by Boston Radio DJ Anngelle Wood | Listen on all podcast platforms + Youtube | Follow + subscribe: @crimeofthetruestkind | Online: crimeofthetruestkind.com | Contact: crimeofthetruestkind@gmail.com | #newenglandcrimestories | #truecrime | #podcast
 
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Part two of two - No event has impacted the city of Worcester more in the last 21 years than the Worcester Cold Storage Warehouse Fire. It showed what the city and its people are made of. On December 3, 1999, a fire broke out at an abandoned warehouse at 266 Franklin Street in Worcester, Massachusetts - a massive, six story windowless concrete box …
 
Joined today by New York Times bestselling author Erik Larson. Erik and I recorded at Legends in NYC and talk about the status of “Devil in the White City” being produced into a HULU original after the rights were purchased by Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese. We talk about the behind the scenes of writing a book, how he knows it’s finished, i…
 
No event has impacted the city of Worcester more in the last 21 years than the Worcester Cold Storage Warehouse Fire. It showed what the city and its people are made of. On December 3, 1999, a fire broke out at an abandoned warehouse at 266 Franklin Street in Worcester, Massachusetts - a massive, six story windowless concrete box of a structure. It…
 
On the evening of June 21, 1996, 20-year-old Karina Holmer went with friends to her favorite Boston club to celebrate summer solstice - a big holiday in her homeland of Sweden. She was reported missing by friends and it was discovered that she was the woman found mutilated in the trash. Her gruesome murder remains unsolved. I want to change that. I…
 
Joined today by celebrity Psychic and Medium Chris Medina. Chris talks to me about the challenges of growing up in California with a Mexican mother and an Apache Indian Father. He shares how he knew he had this special gift at the age of 4 years old and how his family not only encouraged him, but were also entertained by his talents. Chris opens up…
 
Allston Rock City: The events of August 1, 1987 are difficult to reconcile. A man nobody knew walked in to a rock club and shot one of the most beloved members of their misfit family. The rock band Bang was wrapping up their set when a man who had been asked to leave hours before returned to the club, pulled out a gun and started shooting. It took …
 
Joined today by author of one of the best sports books of the year, The Wax Pack, Brad Balukjian. Brad and I talk about his friendship with The Iron Sheik, why the proposed book idea didn’t happen and how their relationship is now. He shares what inspired him to grab a pack of 1986 Topps baseball cards, open and it and travel the country with the p…
 
Casey and Dave are joined by New York Times bestselling author Casey Cep, an acclaimed staff writer at The New Yorker, to discuss her fascinating true crime thriller "Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee."By Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge
 
No Triumph, All tragedy. Red Sox fan and college student, Victoria Snelgrove, was shot and killed by a Boston police officer using riot gear to fend off an out of control crowd. On Oct 20, 2004, the Red Sox clinched the championship and were headed to the World Series after a tense series against the New York Yankees - our bitter rivals. We hadn’t …
 
Joined today by author of the incredible book “Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers that Almost Won It All”, Paul Knepper. Paul and I chat about growing up in the Big Apple, why he moved to the Lone Star State and what he misses the most about New York City. He talks about this being his first book, what made him want to t…
 
Saints Sinners & Serial Killers presents Episode #11 - The Assassination of John Lennon Part Two Episode #11 - THE ASSASSINATION OF JOHN LENNON. The hosts will take you behind the scenes of their blockbuster book with suspense master James Patterson about the last days of the Beatles legend and his collision course with a deranged young killer name…
 
Episode #10 - THE ASSASSINATION OF JOHN LENNON. The hosts will take you behind the scenes of their blockbuster book with suspense master James Patterson about the last days of the Beatles legend and his collision course with a deranged young killer named Mark David Chapman.By Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge
 
On July 5, 2000, a group of local kids headed to the skating rink for stick practice. It was a common occurrence. Something they'd done dozens of times. Except for some of them, it will be for the last time. Two dads got in a heated face off. One of the dads, Michael Costin, ended up dead. This case was covered nationwide and became synonymous with…
 
Joined today by former Yankee, MLB Veteran and current head coach for the Princeton Tigers baseball team, Scott Bradley. Scott and I chat about the Jersey Shore, where he grew up and his favorite beach down there. We hear about getting draft 2 times and why he didn’t sign with the Twins and decided to go to the University of North Carolina. He desc…
 
Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge interview legendary record executive Jason Flom. Flom is the founder of Lava For Good Podcasts and Lava Media and the former chairman of Atlantic records and Virgin. He’s responsible for the careers of hundreds of artists and bands including Skid Row, Stone Temple Pilots Katy Perry Lorde, and Greta Van Fleet. Flom is also…
 
Crime of the Truest Kind, a new podcast centered on New England crime stories and hosted by Boston radio host, Anngelle Wood. New episodes every other Wednesday. Follow and subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. Also available on YouTube, Soundcloud, and online at CrimeoftheTruestKind.com Spring 2021 Promo | Crime of the Truest Kind, hosted/cre…
 
Episode #9 - The Boston Strangler Part Two - In this episode, the hosts take a closer look at the man who ultimately confessed but was never convicted of the crimes - Albert DeSalvo. Sherman and Wedge will explore the mind of the man who claimed to be one of the most notorious killers in history. DeSalvo was a dangerous person; he was a sexual pred…
 
In November of 1992, the murder of 15-year-old Beth Brodie devastated the small town of Groveland, Mass (where I spent my childhood). Her killer was a 16 -year-old boy she knew from school who'd developed a violent obsession with her. For this premeditated and gruesome murder, he was sentenced as an adult to life in prison. That’s only part of her …
 
Episode #8 - The Boston Strangler Part One - The hosts re-examine Sherman's groundbreaking investigation of his own aunt's murder allegedly at the hands of the infamous Boston Strangler. Sherman's aunt, 19 year-old Mary Sullivan was the youngest and final victim of this notorious 1960's murder spree. Sherman, an expert in the investigative techniqu…
 
Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge interviewed former DEATH ROW Records CEO and 'un-official' spokesperson John "JP" Payne about Death Row's 30th Anniversary & the assassination of Biggie Smalls (aka) The Notorious B.I.G. on the heels of the new Johnny Depp movie 'City of Lies', which implicates LAPD officers working for Death Row, in the assassination of …
 
Joined today by author and legendary graphic designer, Todd Radom. Todd and I talk about growing up in NYC, what has changed the most and what food he craves now that he’s in Upstate NY. Todd talks about his obsession with logos and uniforms at a young age, and what draws him to the color schemes and intricate details. We talk about the Red Sox New…
 
Episode #7 - CAPE FEAR - The hosts offer pulse pounding, exclusive details about the hunt for a serial rapist in the resort community of Cape Cod. The rapist is targeting beautiful young women inside popular nightclubs, brutalizing them and taking macabre mementos of his crimes. But one courageous victim is about to turn the tables on this predator…
 
#truecrime #cantonmass #newenglandcrimestories The murder of 14-year-old Shaun Ouillette in the fall of 1986 remains one of the cruelest in our state's history. Shaun was the new kid at Canton High looking to make friends. He was an easy going boy whose only mistake was trusting the one kid in town with violent intentions. Part two delves into the …
 
Episode #5 - BAD BLOOD Part One - In the shadow of the fallen Old Man of the Mountain, on a lonely stretch of mountain road, two men lay dead, including the cousin of ski legend Bode Miller. But nothing is what it seems. Sherman & Wedge tell the untold story of one of the most shocking police shootings in American history where nothing is what it s…
 
In the fall of 1986, Shaun Ouillette was the new kid at Canton High in Canton, Massachusetts. The friendly, easy going 14 year old freshman had been having trouble making friends in his new school. Hoping to strike up a new friendship, he took the bus after school on November 20 to another 14 year old's house to buy some fireworks and hang out. Wha…
 
Episode #4 Terror Strikes Boston Part Two - With smoke in the air at the Marathon finish line, the search for the bombers intensifies. Sherman and Wedge take you inside the manhunt through its dramatic conclusion and the gripping trial that followed.By Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge
 
“Comedy trailblazer Margaret Cho talks about the history of hate and deadly violence toward Asian-Americans, on the first episode of Saints Sinners and Serial Killers: Unplugged”By Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge
 
Episode#3 - Terror Strikes Boston Part One - Sherman & Wedge chronicle their definitive inside look at the Boston Marathon bombings with a unique account of the events that riveted the world. Their bestselling book, Boston Strong was adapted for the acclaimed feature film PATRIOTS DAY starring Mark Wahlberg.…
 
On the night of June 1, 1996, two ex-Marines and former roommates lied to their girlfriends and headed the local strip club where they spent hours drinking and propositioning dancers. Around 12am, when they failed to convince any of them to leave with them, they happened upon a stunning young woman named Kristen Crowley at a nearby convenience stor…
 
HUNTING WHITEY Part One - The untold, inside story of the capture & killing of America’s most wanted crime boss exclusive interviews with the FBI manhunter who handcuffed Bulger after 16 years on the run & Whitey’s dramatic account of his arrest in his own words.By Casey Sherman & Dave Wedge
 
HUNTING WHITEY Part Two - The thrilling inside story of Whitey Bulger's dramatic trial, a violent assassination attempt behind bars and his ultimate demise - his brutal murder at the infamous prison known as "Misery Mountain", featuring exclusive interviews with Bulger's former cellmate who describes the first bloody attempt on Bulger's life.…
 
Part three of three. Over the course of this series of episodes, I wanted to peel back the layers of what a mess The Station Fire truly was, how we are still looking for answers, and how we are still clearing the debris of misinformation. The Station Fire was 18 years ago. The fire killed 100 people, hundred of others were injured physically, count…
 
Joined today by Barstool sports writer and host of the “Short Porch” podcast, Eric Hubbs. Eric talks about growing up down in Jersey, where he partied down the shore and what made him take his talents to Syracuse University. We chat about his time at the ‘Cuse, how he got the gig at Barstool and how he slowly became the go-to Yankees guy for the co…
 
On the night of Feb 20, 2003, a deadly fire ripped through The Station - a local bar and music venue in the small Rhode Island town of West Warwick. Even now, 18 years later, it remains an emotionally-charged topic. And for 18 years there remains a great deal of speculation about the events leading up to, on the night of, and what came after the fi…
 
Joined today by the Boston Herald's award winning reporter and New York Times best-selling author, Dave Wedge. Dave talks about growing up in Boston, his updated and re-released Tom Brady book, (“12”), and his thoughts about watching Brady hoist the Lombardi trophy as a member of the Buccaneers. Dave shares his passion for music and the interviews …
 
Joined today by media personality, motivational speaker & 6-time World Powerlifter and bodybuilding champion, C.T. Fletcher. Since it is a workout show, "Big Dave" Alvarez, a World Bench-press Champion, joins me as co-host. C.T. shares his story about moving to Compton at a young age, his difficult upbringing and why he joined the Army. C.T. speaks…
 
Special guest, Scott James - author of Trial By Fire: A Devastating Tragedy, 100 Lives Lost, and A 15-Year Search For Truth - http://scottjameswriter.com .. .. .. .. .. On the night of Feb 20, 2003, a deadly fire rocked the small town of West Warwick, Rhode Island. One hundred people were killed, 230 injured, and an entire state was left grieving. …
 
Joined today by investigative journalist, podcaster and best-selling author, Patrick Radden Keefe. Patrick and I talk about his long form podcast "Wind of Change" and what inspired him to do it. Known for his investigative journalism, we talk about one of his most famous pieces, "Anthony Bourdain's Moveable Feast". We hear about how he got the assi…
 
#truecrime #newenglandcrimestories #truecrimepodcast In part two, we learn about the dark double life of a man who'd turned to murder to escape his mounting problems. Rachel and Neil Entwistle were a happy couple, new parents to Lillian Rose, born in April 2005. They’d returned to Rachel’s home state of Massachusetts to raise the baby and be closer…
 
Joined today, calling all the way from Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan, the founder and head tour guide of LetsBeFriendsAfghanistan.com, Noor. Noor and I discuss how he started giving tours of his country as a volunteer and how all the negative news and press about Afghanistan inspired him to start a tour company to show the positive side. He tells us …
 
Joined today by former MLB pitcher, Bob File. Bob and I chat about yesterday's NFL championship games and then get right into Bob's childhood growing up in Philadelphia. We hear about Bob's first love, baseball and how even though he eventually made it to the Show as a pitcher, he never threw one inning as a High School player. We hear why he choos…
 
#truecrime #newenglandcrimestories Rachel and Neil Entwistle were a happy couple, new parents to Lillian Rose, born in April 2005. They’d returned to Rachel’s home state of Massachusetts to raise the baby and be closer to Rachel’s family. A native of Worksop, England, Neil was looking to make a go of it in the US. They'd met when Rachel was studyin…
 
Joined today by the definitive voice of true crime, best-selling author Dr. Harold Schechter. Harold and I chat about his recent retirement as a professor from Queens College, how he balanced writing and teaching. Also, what made him finally decide to retire. Harold tells us how he’s protecting the world as a CIA op in Call of Duty and what other v…
 
Joined today by Corporal Matt Bradford, USMC. Matthew and I talk about the issues of Kentucky basketball, what steps Coach Cal should take to change his recruiting and how football is really starting to emerge in the Commonwealth. Matt talks about growing up in Kentucky and Virginia and how the events of September 11th changed his entire life. We g…
 
On 12/26/2000, Michael McDermott exacted his revenge on seven of his co-workers at Edgewater Technology. Perceived and twisted revenge. Equipped with a shotgun, a semi-automatic assault rifle, a semi-automatic pistol, and a bag full of ammunition, he had chatted with his workmates then unceremoniously opened fire. The attack that left all seven peo…
 
Joined today by former New York Times columnist and author of “Death Sentence”, Joe Sharkey. We chat about what he misses most about living in NYC, serving in the Vietnam War and what made him take the leap into writing books. Joe talks about what fascinated him about mass murderer, John List, and how it ultimately led him to write his first book. …
 
Twenty years ago, on that Tuesday, the day after Christmas in 2000, seven employees who were among half of the staff of Edgewater Technology in Wakefield, Massachusetts to come to work that day never made it home. A co-worker, armed to the teeth, showed up to the job he’d had for less than a year to exact his revenge. Perceived and twisted revenge.…
 
In the early morning hours of September 13, 1997, the bodies of Leeann Millius and Kim Farrah were discovered by a woman walking her dog at Hedgehog Pond Park, a popular summer hangout spot for residents in and around Salem, New Hampshire . The lives of two young women were cut short by a group of supposed friends with a sinister plan... Crime of t…
 
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