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A true crime podcast from Iowa that will cover lesser-known stories of murder, mayhem, and other tragedies. Who knows? We may even tell you a story from your own hometown.
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Just a little Idaho Murders update from Ashley, & then Sarah recounts a recent story of a very lucky toddler from Wisconsin. Don't ask what the deal with the audio is, I couldn't even begin to speculate what happened. Sarah did her best to adjust/fix. K thanksssss. Sources: Toddler survives 15-foot fall onto concrete floor (witn.com)…
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Ashley covers a sad, older case from Minnesota. While there's justice being served now, it's still not enough as trade for a young boy's life. Sources: https://www.mamamia.com.au/jacob-wetterling/ https://features.apmreports.org/in-the-dark/jacob-wetterling-investigation-timeline/ https://people.com/crime/thousands-attend-funeral-service-for-jacob-…
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A loose longhorn, an unauthorized amputation, a murder over a VR headset...That's just some of the newest installment of Bizarre News! Also, some updates on a variety of true crime stories at the top of this episode. Thanks for listening! Try Audible Premium Plus and Get Up to Two Free Audiobooks https://amzn.to/3XTj99b Sources: Boy, 10, shoots and…
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This week, Ashley tells Sarah (who's been living under a rock) about the recent unsolved quadruple murder in Idaho. Discussion of facts & theories follow. (Skip to 8:20 to bypass chitchat.) Sorry for our absence, we are working on getting back into the swing of things! Detectives are looking for context to the events and people involved in these mu…
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This isn't an actual episode, but the family of Bob Dale asked if we could release the whole interview to aid in a from-scratch investigation they are doing into his disappearance. The hope is that there may be a detail mentioned that may jog a memory & contribute to a new lead, & with any luck will finally bring closure to the question: where is B…
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Sorry for our absence! We're back with some chitchat & an old timey spree killing from Nebraska & Wyoming that you may have heard about before without even realizing it... Check out the mini-series about Carol Swoboda Thompson & her murder here: Tilmer - A First-Hand Crime Series | a podcast by Lance and Jeffrey Thompson (podbean.com) Sources: Char…
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This week, we had to do things a little differently! Sarah is solo & goes over tips for a woman (or any human) to stay safe in the world. Also, check out our merch! Use code HOMIE for 15% off through October 1st! HHEvidenceLocker - Etsy Eliminator™ Blue Heat Keychain Pepper Spray w/ Marking Dye - The Home Security Superstore Sources: 8 Safety Tips …
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Sarah's story this week comes out of Independence, Missouri, where in 2017, Yadira Gomez Andujar was brutally stabbed to death by her husband while their children hid in the basement. PLUS, a surprise at the end for all you Homies! (Skip to 7:33 to bypass chitchat). Sources: Vicente Roldan-Marron Sentenced For Brutal Murder Of Wife Yadira Gomez | C…
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Ashley's first story after the break is from her hometown! In 1975, an inmate escaped from the Iowa Men's Correctional Facility in Anamosa, Iowa. He shot a married couple & then went on the run for almost a month before being brought back into custody. But was there more to the story? Sources: https://law.justia.com/cases/iowa/supreme-court/1976/58…
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We're officially back! After some chat chit about life & current events, Sarah brings you the second installment of Bizarre News. Cheese bandits, feisty strippers, human skulls, idiots... what more could you want?! 😆 Sources: Border officers find 6 human skulls in packages shipped to the US (nypost.com) Man Hid Cherry Pies Under Women’s Car Tires T…
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HEY, HOMIES!! We're alive! Sorry we took a bit longer hiatus than planned. We missed you guys, though! This is just a chatty update about what's been going on with us: issues Ashley had with moving, Sarah's experience on Cedar Rapids' Pride Day, & also a few shout-outs to some local small businesses! We'll be back next week with a "real" episode, s…
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Sarah's story this week took place in Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1995. It is of a strong, brave woman, the "man" that abducted & attacked her, & the bureaucratic screw-up that led to him being free to commit his crimes against her. **Trigger Warning: this story does cover rape. Skip to about 8:29 to bypass life updates & chitchat. Also, Happy Pri…
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Hey, Homies! Not only does Ashley tell you about the unfathomable death of Mary Reeser from July 2, 1951, but you also get to hear the first submitted "Hometown Story", AND we finally get to reveal what project we are helping with! 😲 Also, our apologies. Ashley mispronounces Mary's last name a few times at the beginning of her story. This was not i…
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Hey, Homies! This isn't a "true" episode this week. We apologize! It was a hectic/bad mental health week for both of us, but we still wanted to record something for y'all to listen to. So, if you want to hear us just give our life updates, make fun of each other, and just generally banter for a few minutes, here ya go! Thanks for your continued sup…
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Two happy, expecting couples crossed paths in Ravenna, Ohio, back in the fall of 2000. The unbelievable events that occurred just a few weeks later changed all of their lives forever. (Please forgive the AC fan sound, Coco being in heat, and Sarah trying not to cry a couple times in this one!) Link to the fan film Friday the 13th - The Fall of Camp…
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This case is another that is close to home for us. Ashley goes over the December 1979 murder of Michelle Martinko. Stabbed to death inside of her family's car in the Westdale Mall parking lot, Michelle's murder went unsolved for almost four decades until advances in DNA technology finally brought her justice. Sources: https://iowacoldcases.org/case…
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Sarah discovered more than she expected while researching for this week's episode! Kidnapping, murder, chaos, arson, bones, and mystery all unfold in this case located mainly in northern Missouri. There's also a re-draw for the merch giveaway from YouTube. Gary Jorge, you're the winner! Sources: Kidnapping, Fire and Now …Murder (1982) – Daviess Cou…
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Sarah has had the idea to bring you multiple short but bizarre news stories for an episode & decided that now is the time! Welcome to Hometown Homicide's first installment of Bizarre News! Six little news stories from around the Midwest that may very well make you say, "What the f*ck?!" Let us know what y'all think! Sources: Man Had Sex With Car's …
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As promised, Sarah makes up for her absence last week with a make-up episode! (Skip to 9:20 to bypass chitchat.) The main story is the tragic family annihilation of the Sueppels in Iowa City, Iowa, from 2008. After that, she does share what she was trying to work on last week (spoiler, it turns out that it doesn't disappoint!) Sources: Steven Suepp…
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This week Sarah covers an interesting case from Fox Lake, Illinois, where 52-year-old Lieutenant Joseph Gliniewicz was shot to death on shift on September 1, 2015. As the ensuing investigation discovered, some things weren't what they first appeared to be. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 Sources: Fox Lake officer's death: Suici…
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Ashley ventures out of the Midwest this week to bring you a murder case from Texas. On December 11, 2003, Rick & Suzy Wamsley, a well-liked and affluent couple, were murdered in their home in Mansfield, Texas. A clump of long, black hair found in Rick's hand helps point investigators in the right direction. Sources: https://www.investigationdiscove…
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Sarah shares about her phone interview with Kristi Dale, the wife of missing person Bob Dale. In Ep. 6: Missing in Michigan, Sarah talked about three missing persons cases from Michigan, and Bob Dale was third in that episode. Check it out if you haven't! **Any theories or hypotheses presented in this episode are strictly conjecture and speculation…
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This week, Sarah tells the story of the brutal murder of pizza deliveryman Greg Wells. His life was taken in Marion, Iowa, on January 6, 2002, by a pair of troubled individuals. (Yooo, we got new audio equipment! Besides a couple mic bumps, this episode sounds pretty dang good! Also, if you want to skip a fairly long into, go to the 12-minute mark.…
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Ashley brings you a doozy this week! The extremely suspicious overdose from March 2, 2020, of nurse Breana Noojin Nix was submitted to our email by Breana's sister. There are tons of questionable actions in this case, so be prepared to doubt the official finding! And PLEASE share this story, maybe we can help Breana's family get some answers. Anony…
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Now that Covid has made it through both hosts, hopefully we can stay on the healthy track for a while! Sarah's still a bit stuffy, but to kick off her birth month she tells you the unsolved murder of Minot State University student, Anita Knutson. Her father found her stabbed to death in her off-campus apartment in early June 2007. Who would've want…
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For the last regular episode in January 2022, Ashley combs through the death of wife and mother, Julie Jensen. On December 3, 1998, in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, Julie was found dead in her bed with no indications of what may have taken her life. Interestingly enough, Julie wrote a letter and provided evidence of whom she suspected would end her …
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Sarah's episode is a little different this week... in more ways than one! Sarah and Ashley are forced to record conference call style (thanks, Covid) to go over a horrible car crash on I67 that took the lives of seven innocent people (six of those being children) on March 25, 2000. Sources: Judy Kirby, wrong-way driver who killed 6 kids, now two de…
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Thanks to the suggestion from Patron Brett H., Ashley's episode covers the questionable "suicide" of Neal Townsend. Neal grew up in Anamosa, Iowa, then met an untimely death in Idaho, which is still clouded with police corruption and unanswered questions. If you have any information about Neal Townsend’s unsolved murder, please contact the Federal …
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**Correction** Sarah is now aware that Sault is pronounced "sue", and she plans on apologizing in next week's episode! This week, Sarah talks about three separate missing persons cases from the state of Michigan. Tonia (2010), Jacob (2010), and Bob (1996) all disappeared without signs of struggle, but all have family and friends that want to bring …
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Ashley rings in 2022 with the murder of Carol Swoboda Thompson. She seemed to have the perfect Minnesotan life until she was attacked in her own home on March 6, 1963 that drew global attention and rumored to inspire a well known film. Sources: https://bringmethenews.com/news/minnesotas-most-infamous-murderer-dies-peacefully-in-his-home https://www…
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For the last episode of 2021, Sarah goes over the unsolved murder of 41-year-old Leah Rowlands. The entire encounter was caught on surveillance footage at the Amoco service station she was working at on the morning of March 10. 1997. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact: Nebraska State Police at (877) 441-567 Dawson Count…
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A little Christmas present for you guys...the very first HHHH episode, and it happens to be a Holiday Edition! Sarah and Ashley met up for Happy Hour, armed with some sad, tragic, and bizarre stories from Christmases past. Grab a beverage and have a listen! Sources: 57 Festive Christmas Facts and History | Fact Retriever Disturbing Facts About Biza…
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Ashley brings you the story of the unsolved disappearance of Jodi Huisentruit. Jodi was a news anchor that went missing on June 27, 1995, in Mason City, Iowa, and has never been seen or heard from since. If you have any information, you can reach the Mason City Police Department at (641) 421-3636. Or you can share information with the Iowa Departme…
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Sarah shares this horrific tale that comes with Listener Discretion Advised and Trigger Warnings, as it is particularly brutal. It involves multiple assaults, rapes, murder, animal cruelty, but also a seemingly impossible survival story. Sources: Reginald and Jonathan Carr | Criminal Minds Wiki | Fandom Kansas Cult Killer Today: Where Are Reginald …
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Ashley brings you the story of Maureen Burbank Farley, who was only 17 when she was found deceased on the evening of September 24th, 1971, on the back of a junk car in a ravine by two young hunters. Her murder was unsolved for 50 years until 2021 when DNA technology finally solved the case. Sources: https://iowacoldcases.org/case-summaries/maureen-…
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Our first episode is coming VERY soon! This is to give you a taste of what you're in for... Stay tuned! Also, some EXCELLENT episode links to a couple other amazing podcasts: Morbid https://open.spotify.com/episode/7hV0Q4GyndhKuLg0tsYqNn?si=fede9e6138234bdd https://open.spotify.com/episode/2NAKQvlRJrkkaYw7y0cNPu?si=5e57deca0b1a475a Murder With My H…
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Who out there enjoys true crime? While it’s still entertaining, does it also get a little tiresome hearing the same cases getting covered over and over again? Cuz, OPE—same! We are two friends that plan to share some lesser-known stories of murder, mayhem, and other tragedies from around the Midwest. Who knows? We may even tell you a story from you…
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When 15 year old Janet Commins snuck out to go swimming with her friends on a seemingly normal evening in 1976, she never could have imagined the horror that awaited her - or the aftermath that would span more than 40 years. HELP: UK https://rapecrisis.org.uk/get-help/ US https://www.rainn.org/national-resources-sexual-assault-survivors-and-their-l…
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On December 30th 2012, Kyle Vaughan's car was found crashed and abandoned on the side of the A467. Kyle has not been seen since earlier that evening, and years later, everyone is left asking where is Kyle Vaughan? Crime Stoppers: 0800 555 111 Facebook Appeal: https://www.facebook.com/gwentpolice/photos/a.10151143857825452/10158806835565452/ Social …
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Anne Cluysenaar was an esteemed poet and literary academic who was beloved by all. But her life was taken too soon by someone very close to her. Anne's Work: https://serenbooks.wordpress.com/2016/09/16/friday-poem-vii-from-batu-angas-anne-cluysenaar/ https://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2014/may/12/poem-of-the-week-anne-cluysenaar-diary-poem…
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In November 2001, 90-year-old Mabel Leyshon was brutally murdered and mutilated in her own home. A police man hunt ensued that would lead North Wales Police to the most unsuspected perpetrator. Twitter — @h_hpodcast Instagram — @hometownhomicidepod Website — hometownhomicidepodcast.wordpress.com E-mail — hometownhomicidepod@gmail.com Sources: https…
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In November 2015, the remains of a murdered man were discovered in Clocaenog Forest. Police are still searching for his identity despite the man's detailed defining features and multiple appeals to the public. Contact: https://mipp.police.uk/operation/60HQ020115M74-PO1?fbclid=IwAR0R82woELzM--1PKigXr6vlnBUaIa0MQwwCXv422Rpek0cNBWA-kDDVZfI NWP 0300 33…
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