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In our final episode of the podcast, we cover one of our all-time favorite stories: the Tate-LaBianaca murders committed by the Manson Family in August 1969. We will detail the murders and share our theories about Charles Manson’s true motivations. Sources http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/TheTateLaBiancaMurdersEp11_KillerVibes_PD_EG.mp3Podcast (killer-vibes): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

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The gang war in Chicago reached its conclusion with the murder of seven men in the SMC Cartage Co. garage on Feb. 14, 1929. This calculated mass murder was said to be orchestrated by one of the most powerful mobsters in the United States, Al ‘Scarface’ Capone as a way to showcase his dominance of the Chicago mob scene. The seven men were members of Capone’s rival gang the North Side Chicago Gang run by Irish mobster George ‘Bugs’...

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On June 17, 1966, pro-boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter was arrested for triple homicide. He wasn’t at the scene of the crime. He didn’t know the victims. And he didn’t possess a weapon. Yet, an all-white jury convicted him. In this episode, we detail the appeal of his wrongful conviction, the media coverage, and his subsequent release from prison. Sources...

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In Longmont, Colorado, in 1993, Tammy Tatum was found raped and murdered in her apartment. Detectives immediately suspected her abusive husband. But because there was no usable forensic evidence, the husband walked. Although police were confident they knew the identity of Tatum’s murderer, another rape in the same town makes them think twice about their original suspect. Sources...

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When three young girls were murdered in the early 1970s the community of Rochester, New York searched for answers. Out of all the similarities between their murders, one detail stood out; the girls all had alliterative names. Carmen Colon, Wanda Walkowitz and Michelle Meanza were all in their pre-teens when they were murdered and after the murder of Michelle, the strange child murders seemed to end. It wouldn’t be until a decade later...

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On November 28, 1969, Betsy Aardsma was a masters student at Penn State and was last seen heading to an area of the Pattee library known as ‘The Stacks.’ No one in the library at the time heard or saw anything out of the ordinary other than a couple talking quietly and the fall of some books from between rows 50 and 51. What they didn’t know is that Betsy had been stabbed with one fatal blow to the chest while looking for materials...

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