Carolina True Crime, presented by WMBF News in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a podcast where we take a deep dive into infamous crimes from the Carolinas--some with clear endings, and others, where mystery remains.
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On March 3, authorities said they arrested the biological mother of "Baby Boy Horry."
Authorities in North Myrtle Beach have closed the department's only unsolved homicide.
Frances Mae Davis was waiting in the car at the Myrtle Beach Mall while her daughter was shopping. Then, she was shot to death.
The man suspected of being the Potomac River Rapist, who is linked to a number of rapes in the D.C. area that happened in the '90s, was arrested in South Carolina.
It’s a story that gripped the Grand Strand community, eliciting feelings of sadness and anger for a child most didn’t even know.
Upgrades in technology and the proliferation of social media are aiding North Myrtle Beach detectives as they work to solve the city’s only unsolved murder.
Despite both Sidney and Tammy Moorer receiving 30 years in prison for kidnapping Heather Elvis in 2013, her family still doesn’t have closure.
Almost six years to the day that she was first reported missing, young Erica Parsons' adoptive mother pleaded guilty to the child's murder.
Stephen Stanko was convicted of murdering his girlfriend Laura Ling in 2006 and convicted in 2009 of killing 74-year-old Henry Turner. He was sentenced to death in both cases.
Police continue to search for leads in a Lumberton, N.C. cold case where three female bodies were found within months and blocks of each other.
On Aug. 15, 2018, a crime spree through the Carolinas began at a place many people visit every day.
It was one of the largest heists in U.S. history and it happened right here in South Carolina.
Velma Barfield's horrifying story comes to an end in part 2 of this multi-part edition of "Carolina True Crime."
This is part 1 in the disturbing story of Velma Barfield who came to be known as Death Row Granny.
The final installment of the three-part story of the Bighams, a family linked to over a dozen murders over a century in Florence County. This episode focuses on the long saga of the trials of Edmund Bigham, the only family member to ever serve jail time for one of those crimes.By WMBF News
In part two of this three-part edition of Carolina True Crime, WMBF News continues to explore the complicated and often violent history of the Bigham family, whose members were linked to nearly 20 murders.
In this three-part edition of Carolina True Crime podcast, WMBF News explores the complicated and often violent history of the Bigham family, a family linked to nearly 20 murders.
It was a crime that shocked the nation 25 years ago. Now, "Carolina True Crime" is looking back at the tragic case of Susan Smith.
More than 80 years later, the Palmetto State Bank robbery remains one of South Carolina's most infamous.By WMBF
Angie Pipkin was a 32-year-old mother of two when she disappeared in January 2014. The man convicted of killing her asked a friend to help him dispose of a "hog" he had butchered, according to court testimony, and the friend testified they dumped the dismembered parts of Angie Pipkin's body into the Great Pee Dee River.…
Brittanee Drexel told her parents she was staying with a friend near their home in Rochester, when instead she hitched a ride with friends to Myrtle Beach. The 17-year-old girl was last seen on surveillance video leaving an Ocean Drive hotel lobby on April 25, 2009. The subsequent years have brought much investigation, but not a single arrest, and …