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Victimology: the study of the victims of crime and the psychological effects on them of their experience. Join host, Melissa Lee, as she utilizes her platform to share information about cases new and old, fresh and cold. Victimology is based on facts and is conversational. If you want to be apart of the conversation, please reach out to Melissa at victimologypod@gmail.com. We are always accepting case suggestions. Victimology is partnered with The Oracl3 Network.
 
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Lindsay and Madison discuss The Great Locomotive Chase, as well as why it’s important to be on time, that the best-laid plans can still get “derailed,” and that even if you don’t succeed, you can leaving a lasting legacy. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Historic Oakland Foundation article by Andrew Bramlett 2019 ThoughtCo articl…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the case of The Crown vs Dudley and Stephens, as well as why you should never take a yacht out on the open ocean, that cultural justice can be extremely problematic once the law gets involved, and the legalities of murder to survive in impossible situations. Information pulled from the following sources: 2015 Cult of Wei…
 
On this episode we cover two cases from Canada's Yukon Territory located directly north of British Columbia and directly East of Alaska. Story - JT The Yukon Christmas Murders Living in the Yukon in the late 1800's was a vast wilderness with many dangers. Unfortunately for Frederick Clayson, Linn Relfe and Lawrence Olsen this would prove fatal. Bee…
 
Lindsay is joined by Dustin from the Sandman Stories Presents podcast to see if he can decipher what a couple of Victorian slang terms mean. Listen to Sandman Stories Presents wherever you catch your podcasts. Support Our Show with Tee Public Use our special URL to purchase merch and help support our show at the same time! Buzzsprout - Let's get yo…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Mad King Ludwig II of Bavaria, as well as how an active imagination can be a red flag, that ignoring your duties to build a bunch of castles isn't always a great thing, and how NOT to stage a suicide if you want it to be believable. Information pulled from the following sources: 2014 Spiegel International article by …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the sad tale of Okichi the Geisha, as well as how Chandler Bing is immortal, that pointing a bunch of guns at people isn’t the best way to make friends, and how one simple misunderstanding can have far-reaching consequences. Information pulled from the following sources: 2016 Wordpress blog post by Brian Camp 2015 Tsunag…
 
On this episode we had the pleasure of interviewing Patrick Connor the author of Shot at a Brothel: The Spectacular Demise of Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena. Check the book out here Shot at a Brothel: The Spectacular Demise of Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena Knuckles and Gloves Podcast Amazon Indigo We hope tune in soon and consider purchasing this book soon. Brew …
 
Promo: Lucky Charms Unplugged https://www.facebook.com/LuckyCharmsUnplugged Today I am covering the tragic case of Tchicaya Marie Williams. I am joined by her family as I travel to Clovis, NM to find out what happened to Tchicaya and what you can do to help the case. Change.org petition: https://www.change.org/p/district-attorney-justice-for-tchica…
 
Today's promo is The Millenial Therapist Podcast: https://anchor.fm/mtpwithmaonao?utm_source=listennotes.com&utm_campaign=Listen+Notes&utm_medium=website Holly Alcott White has been missing from Taos, New Mexico since 2016. In the first half of the episode, I tell you the story of Holly's disappearance. In the second half, I interview Holly's dad a…
 
Today's promo is for In the Wry Podcast with Curt Fletcher learn more at: https://funnyfletcher.com/in-the-wry-podcast/ Today's episode was written by JT Hosack and edited by Kai Landin. At a time when the US was on edge after the bombing of Pearl Harbor and subsequent attacks by Japanese forces, something strange happens. Objects are picked up on …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the practice of Medieval Tax Evasion, as well as why peeing in Ancient Rome was costly, that you can tax time, and how soap wasn’t popular because you couldn’t buy little Etsy batches. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Mental Floss article by Tony Dunnell 2019 Atlas Obscura article by Matthew Taub 2019 …
 
Today's episode is brought to you by the downtown growers' market: http://www.downtowngrowers.org/ Today's Promo is Tabooze Podcast: https://www.taboozethepod.com/ Today I am joined by the parents of Ryan Saavedra Jr. Ryan was murdered in the early morning hours of 4/21/21. The case is still unresolved. If you have any information that could lead t…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss The Great Stink of 1858, as well as why dumping literal shit in the river is never a good idea, that cholera is no joke, and how costly proper sanitation can be, even in the 19th Century. Information pulled from the following sources: 2017 All That’s Interesting article by John Kuroski 2016 The Guardian article by Emily …
 
This episode the crew covers crimes of British Columbia Mikes home Province. Story – Mike Thomas Gordon Kosberg Thomas was a troubled kid in Vancouver and unfortunately his family would not survive. This is a brutal case of Familicide. Beer pairing for this story is Big Heckin Chonker Imperial Porter by East Vancouvers Off the Rail Brewing. Sources…
 
Today's promo is from The Jury Room Podcast: https://juryroompodcast.com/ Today's sponsor The Downtown Grower's Market: http://www.downtowngrowers.org/ Today I am joined by Lydia as we discuss two terrible cases of spree killing in New Mexico. Eric discusses the recent case of spree killing where several bodies were found at the Albuquerque Interna…
 
Lindsay and Madison interview Paul Bavill, who takes us through the fascinating history of dueling, as well as why not defending your honor could cost you (literally), the importance of picking a good second, and how reenacting history can keep you away from drugs. Further information on this topic can be found at the following sources: The Duel - …
 
Welcome back to Victimology! I am joined by John Palmer to discuss the tragic case surrounding the passing of his beautiful wife, Katie Palmer. Katie was struck by a vehicle while walking on April 21, 2020. The man that hit her, Cory Foster, has a 20 year history of vehicular crime, including DWI, PI, Fleeing Arrest, Reckless Driving, Speeding...th…
 
Today’s episode is brought to you by the downtown growers market http://www.downtowngrowers.org/ Today’s promo is from Cause of Death Podcast check out my new favorite show today: https://m.facebook.com/pages/category/Podcast/Cause-of-Death-Epidemiology-Throughout-History-106033384874172/ Baby Bryan Green was rushed to the hospital as he became unr…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the kidnapping and disappearance of Captain William Morgan, as well as why you should avoid Freemasons, that you shouldn’t fuck around with secret societies, and how crazy political parties have a habit of repeating themselves. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 Geri Walton blog post 2019 History.com art…
 
This episode we delve back into the theme of Conspiracy Theories with Guest Kevin of The Jury Room Podcast as well as frequent cohost JT. Story – Mike The Stargate You have probably heard of the Movie or TV show but did you know the US was just starting a war to get a Stargate from Sandam Hussein? download Beer Pairing for this story is Tin Hat IPA…
 
Welcome back to Victimology! I am joined in this week's episode by the lovely ladies of the Ye Olde Crime podcast talking about the Hinterkaifeck Murders. Make sure to check out Ye Olde Crime - Ye Olde Crime- https://www.yeoldecrimepodcast.com/ Want a chance to win a signed copy of Dr. Engel's book? Enter the contest here - the winner will be chose…
 
Today's Promo is Dad I Have to Pee a local New Mexico podcast about punk rock and parenting. Today's sponsor is the downtown growers market http://www.downtowngrowers.org/ Eric Hicks was a loving and empathetic soul. He would give you his shirt if you needed it. But when he was murdered the media portrayed him in such a negative light that it made …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Georgian fad of Lover’s Eye Jewelry, as well as the scandalous intrigue behind such pieces, that you can have your cake and eat it too if you’re King, and how many ways you can incorporate eyes into precious items without it being super creepy. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 JSTOR Daily article b…
 
Welcome back to Victimology! In this week's episode, I am joined by forensic psychologist, Dr. Tristin Engels. Join us as we discuss her career as well as her book, The Power of Truth: The Life of Louis R. Vitullo and the Legacy of the Rape Kit. In 2013, she completed graduate school, and now treats offenders with significantly long, violent, and s…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the mystery surrounding Theodosia Burr Alston, as well as the fact that ladies can be hella smart, that having a super close relationship with your dad can come across as kinda icky if he makes it weird, and how many ways you could disappear in the early 1800s. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 All That…
 
This is the first in what will be a series of episodes that cover all of the provinces and territories of Canada. This episode CJ of Beyond the Rainbow joins to share a case. JT the voice of Active Shooter was also along for commentary. Story – Mike Camille Cleroux Camille would murder Lise Roy, Jean Rock and Paula Leclair over a span of 3 decades …
 
Welcome back to Victimology! In this week's episode, I am joined by the lovely ladies of the True Crime Broads podcast to talk about the Missy Bevers case on a live q&a event on Facebook. Missy was murdered early one morning while setting up for an early morning workout class. There are more questions than answers surrounding the case. Crystal and …
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss William Palmer—the Prince of Poison, as well as why you should never trust anyone who takes a life insurance policy out on you, that horse racing isn't the best way to make a million, and how not to make yourself look suspicious AF when people suspect you for murder. Information pulled from the following sources: 2016 He…
 
Hi friends, for today, I am releasing one of my Patreon episodes from last year while I finish up my first Beyond the Mask episode since March! Enjoy! Antone Costa, who was later known as the Cape Cod Casanova, was a carpenter who gained notoriety after he murdered at least four women in Truro, Massachusetts in 1969 although he is suspected of at l…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Liver Eater himself—John Johnson, as well as why you shouldn’t tussle with a 6 foot tall Ginger, that there’s no limit to how long you can hold a grudge, and how you can give yourself a horrifying nickname without really trying. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 All That’s Interesting article by Joh…
 
On this episode we take a break from True Crime to cover some seriously bad ass women! The guests this episode are Emma of True Crime Witch presenting and Emily of Morbidology on to comment. Beer Pairing for this episode was Pink Boots Hazy Pale Ale from Coast Mountain Brewing out of Whistler. Story – Mike Hedy Lamarr She was a famous actor but als…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the practice of sanctuary in England, as well as why killing people in a church is bad, that exile isn’t all that excellent, and how Henry VIII loved to kill all the fun, not just his wives. Information pulled from the following sources: 2019 History article by Becky Little 2018 Durham Cathedral blog post 2015 Atlas Obsc…
 
Hi friends, for today’s episode, I’m joined by the host of It Goes Down In The PM, Juleen Moreno, who speaks openly and candidly about the car accident that changed her life on November 11th, 2019. Join me on social media by following Mask of Sanity on Instagram (@maskofsanitythepodcast) and Twitter (@masksanitypod) for more updates on upcoming epi…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the Preston Strike of 1842, as well as why everyone needs a chance to be heard, that reading the Riot Act was a real thing, and how cicadas ruin everything. Information pulled from the following sources: 2019 Lancashire Post article by Henry Widdas 2015 Atlas Obscura article by Ella Morton 2011 Historical Trinkets post b…
 
This week I go over the case of Joan Risch which was my third ever episode. Joan checked out 25 books on disappearances before she disappeared causing people to think she staged her disappearance. However, she was never seen or heard from again and there was a lot of blood found at her home. This will also be a video podcast that will be out on the…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the career criminal Kate Webster, as well as why you should never help anyone move furniture, that nothing good has ever been fished out of the Thames, and how boiling away the evidence doesn’t make it the perfect crime. Information pulled from the following sources: 2021 Kat Devitt.com blog post 2017 The Irish Post arti…
 
On this episode I was honored with having guests Emily G Thompson of Morbidology and Emma of True Crime Witch Podcast on as guests of the show. We covered the theme of Unsolved Group Murders. Beer pairing for this episode was Are We There Yet? by Mariner Brewing. Story – Mike Murder of Bernard and Honey Sherman Being Billionaires and some of the ri…
 
I redid my second ever episode on the case of Brandon Lawson and got some new information. He went missing one night on a Texas highway after a jumbled 911 call and nothing has ever been found of him. Patreon: https://bit.ly/38XjzSK Buy My Book: https://bit.ly/2Wl6Kwp Twitter: https://twitter.com/GreatUnsolved Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/g…
 
Lindsay and Madison discuss the infamous Anne Lister, as well as why you should always be true to yourself, that being a little odd just means you’re super awesome, and how important her diaries & story are in the history of the LGBTIQ community. Information pulled from the following sources: 2020 The Open University PhD thesis “My mind on paper”: …
 
I am starting to go through the first 50 or so cases I ever did and redo them. I am better at researching, recording, and editing now so I can do them more justice. Today I dove back into the case of Debbie Wolfe and found out some new information! I will be releasing these re recorded episodes every few days. Patreon: https://bit.ly/38XjzSK Buy My…
 
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