Scene Of the Crime
Two bulls locking horns in a bitter court battle waged between a beloved federal prosecutor, Thomas Crane Wales, and a defendant known only as “The Pilot.” Some say a bitter grudge was the motive for the shots fired in the dead of night that left Wales...
The Mad Doctor of South Hill. That’s what they called him. And, it fit like a glove. The story of Rudolph Hahn is like an old black and white Film Noir from Orson Welles, a slow burn that reminds you none of us are getting out of this thing called life...
Rabbit Holes. We all go down them. Especially in this time of pandemic. In this Deepish Thoughts, we talk about why we do this to ourselves and the impact it can have on our lives. We also have a preview of our next episode,
Susan Powell’s journals reveal a young woman who yearned to be a wife and mother. And Susan was an amazing mother to Charlie and Braden. Oh, how she tried to be a good wife to Josh Powell. But, her husband didn’t make that easy. Not by a long shot.
Murder, religion, domestic violence, money, pornography, depravity, manipulation. The Susan Powell case is the worst of the worst. How did it all go so wrong? If you asked those close to Susan, all she ever really wanted was to be a wife and mother.
Carolyn shares an amuse bouche of food-inspired true crime stories as we contemplate the foods that we might be willing to commit a crime for.
Nirvana, Sound Garden, Pearl Jam. Seattle in the 90’s saw the birth of Grunge music. The punk-metal hybrid of music was championed by the newly minted SubPop Records and by throngs of teens in ratty flannels and slept-in hair who felt connected with th...
Note: This episode discusses the alleged plot to kidnap a baby. However, this is an ongoing investigation and the opinions of the hosts and interviewees are opinions, not facts. Everyone is presumed innocent unless proven otherwise in a court of law.
In 1969, the city of Renton was still just a small town, home to about 20,000 people. Their crowning achievement was the single-story library that had just been completed. It was the first, and is still the only library to be built over a river.
We’re honored to work with the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office as they work to identify the killers of the Careaga Family. Task Force investigators may be contacted at (360) 337-5636 Or Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound: quadruplehomicideTF@co.kitsap.wa.us