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Murder Dictionary

with Brianna and Kelley
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Dec 5, 2016

This episode recounts the stories of Kirk Bloodsworth who unknowingly befriended the real killer in his case, biker Robert Dewey that loved meth not murder, James Bain who had ‘the wrong blood type at the wrong time’, & the roller coaster story of Anthony Porter & Alstory Simon who were both separately exonerated of the same crime.

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Nov 27, 2016

In this episode we will talk about dirty cop Gerard John Schaefer, who “got away with murder” for way too long. We will also discuss (our first non-murderer) Bishop Eddie Long, who was a vocal opponent of the LGBTQ community, until it was discovered that he was having sexual relationships & marriage ceremonies with teenage boys.

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Nov 20, 2016

This episode will kick off with Double D (Doctor of Death) Jane Toppan & her penchant for using cadavers as body pillows. We will finish up with Canadian military man Russell Williams, who was apparently trying to make his own Victoria’s Secret Catalog with lingerie selfies.

 Next week will be the remaining half of our Double Lives episode, with 2 more stories.

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Nov 14, 2016

Today we are discussing the individuals who copied famous criminals. We will cover the Hillside Strangler fangirl Veronica Lynn Compton, the 2nd Zodiac Heriberto Seda, the most famous Scream copycat Thierry Jaradin, & Walter White wannabe Stephen Doran

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Nov 14, 2016

This is the story of The Harpe Brothers, who terrorized the frontier in the late 1700’s. “Big” Micajah Harpe & “Little” Micajah Harpe were famous for overkill, indiscriminate choice in victims, & their signature method of disemboweling their victims, so they could fill the body with rocks & sink it to the bottom of a river.

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Nov 7, 2016

Our focus this week will be brothers that commit crime sprees together. The stories of the Cook brothers, Briley brothers, Carr brothers, & Ranes brothers will show why family is the other F-word.

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Oct 31, 2016

Episode 1 starts off with discussing Victor Licata, the inspiration behind the movie Reefer Madness. Then we will talk about itinerant worker and serial killer Jake Bird, who took axe murder on tour. We will move on to Australian William Patrick Mitchell, who had a little problem with rejection. Our episode comes to a close with new Subway spokesperson Tyree Smith, adding chopsticks to the axe murder mix.

 

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Oct 27, 2016

This episode will be a brief introduction of what to expect from Murder Dictionary. Please subscribe & follow us on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter to stay updated on new episodes & true crime tidbits.

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