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136. The many victims of Brian Walshe
January 30, 2023

You may have heard the Brian Walshe arrested Jan. 17 on charges her murdered his missing wife, Ana was once convicted of fraud for selling two fake Andy Warhol paintings for $80,000. Thats like

135. Arnold Nash and his final escape
January 16, 2023

Arnold Nash was a career criminal. He was also a career escape artist from the Maine State Prison System. And the funny thing was, he was escaping because he wanted to stay incarcerated. His crimes

134. Maine 2022 Homicide List: It’s not a drug problem, it’s a life problem
January 01, 2023

Thirty people died of homicide in Maine this year (not including the two perpetrators in murder-suicides), the most recent on Christmas Day. Thats the most since 2008, when there were 31. While the s

Episode 133: Wendy and Steve Reid cross Logan Clegg’s deadly path
December 18, 2022

When Djeswende and Stephen Reid were shot while out for a walk in the woods in Concord, New Hampshire, police said the public was not in danger, even though they didnt know who did it and didnt have

Episode 132: Azita Jamshab, there’s no insurance against murder
December 03, 2022

Azita Jamshab, 29, and newly divorced was ready to move from Maine to Las Vegas and start a new life. But her insurance agent, who was also the beneficiary on her life insurance policy, had a differen

Episode 131: The serial killer and the Lady in the Dunes
November 17, 2022

The Lady in the Dunes case a murdered woman found in the dunes of Cape Cod on July 26, 1974 may have gone cold shortly after she was found, but the case lived on in New England as an enduring myst

Episode 130: Lottery winner Michael Allen’s losing ticket
November 03, 2022

Michael Allen had been living large in the nine years since 1988, when hed won $5.8 million in the lottery. The problem was, he didnt really know who his friends around town in Lewiston, Maine, were

Episode 129: The thing about murder in Ireland
October 17, 2022

When Ashling Murphy was attacked and killed in broad daylight by a stranger on a well-used path in Tullamore, Ireland, shock and anger reverberated across the small country. Her murder renewed vows th

We’ll be back after this short break
September 01, 2022

Miss us already? Were taking a short break, but well be back the first week of October with an exciting new episode. Thanks for all the support and thanks for listening. Meanwhile, check out our Mo

Episode 128: Burning down ‘hell’
August 12, 2022

In one week, three arson fires in Lewiston, Maines Tree Streets downtown neighborhood made dozens of residents homeless, destroyed millions of dollars worth of property and added pain to the already