Peter Connelly was a seventeen month old boy living in London, when he sustained over fifty injuries at the hands of his mother Tracey Connelly, and her boyfriend Steven Barker. From 2006-2007 Peter Connelly visited the hospital several times for his numerous injuries, but still slipped through the cracks of Haringey child services.
**Includes update to Episode 2**
Just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 2010, a mentally disabled woman was found deceased and tortured, stuffed head-first into a trash can, shoved under a work truck in the parking lot of a Middle School.
Six people were involved in the homicide, and some one them met each other, as well as the victim, only four days prior to the death of Jennifer Daugherty.
In late September of 2006, 53 year old Duane Morrison walked into Platte Canyon High School with two loaded weapons, and a backpack. Morrison would go on to hold several students hostage in an English class, while sexually assaulting seven victims during the crisis. Morrison had no known connection to the school or students, and no clear motive was ever discovered for the senseless tragedy.
Four United States Army soldiers were charged in the murders of several unarmed Afghan men from 2009-2010 in the Afghanistan War. This episode details what is known about the backgrounds of each soldier, and how these murders got carried out and hidden until one whistleblower came forward.
The Rolling Stone published leaked, explicit photos from these crimes.
This episode looks at a different type of true crime, as two firework-related tragedies are explored. The Scottown Fire in 1996 claimed nine lives, while the Paterson tenement fire of 1901 killed seventeen people.
This episode covers the most five recent murder cases on the Appalachian Trail.
This case spans from 1990-2011, and exploring the circumstances of seven deaths . Three of these recent murders still remain unsolved today.
While statistically fairly safe and a lovely place to hike, Part 1 of the Appalachian Trail covers the earliest four convicted murderers who chose their victims on the Appalachian Trail.
On a Friday the 13th in May during 1988, two women are viciously attacked by a stranger on a hike near the Appalachian Trail - all seemingly because they were lovers.
Michael Gargiulo is currently awaiting trial in Los Angeles County Jail, for the violent murders of three women, along with one failed attempted murder.
All of the accused murders are of women Gargiulo presumably stalked, until he broke into their homes and stabbed them to death.
Most recently, Gargiulo has plead not guilty by reason of insanity. The next court hearing is June 8, 2018.
In the last episode, we went over the confirmed murders of American serial killer Edward Wayne Edwards.
His first confirmed murder was committed when Edwards was in his 40's - and it's pretty unlikely that it was truly his first killing.
This episode covers the suspected crimes of Edwards, going off of the book by John Cameron "Its Me: Edward Wayne Edwards, the Serial Killer You've Never Head About."
Includes such gems as the black dahlia, west memphis 3, atlanta child murders, Zodiac, and more!