Nov 12, 2020
Bonus: Clif
Play • 36 min

In today's episode Delia sits down for a raw one-on-one conversation with Clifton Spencer. The two dive deep into how law enforcement investigated the murder of Stacey Stanton and why the criminal justice system kept Clifton behind bars for nearly 18 years. What is Clifton's life like now? What can be done to right wrongs? That's all covered in this exclusive discussion between an investigative journalist and a convicted murderer still trying to clear his name.

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Southern Fried True Crime
Southern Fried True Crime
Erica Kelley
110: It's Always the Husband: The Michael Morton Story
In 1986, a young mother was brutally murdered in her Austin, Texas home, early in the morning, while still sleeping in her bed. Her husband had left for work at 5:30am. Her three year old son was left alone in the house. Unfortunately, the night before, her husband had become disappointed when his wife had been too tired to make love. Michael Morton loved his wife, but he left a note for her that would definitely sting any wife. And based mainly on that note alone, corrupt investigators made sure he spent 25 years in prison for the murder of his wife, Christine Kirkpatrick Morton. Hosted and produced by Erica Kelley Researched by Haley Gray and Erica Kelley Written by Hannah Newcomb and Erica Kelley Original Graphic Art by Coley Horner Original Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma Radio Edited by Chaes Gray of Gray Multimedia Case suggested by Lacey Gholson Sponsors: Best Fiends Sources: Merch | Donate | In the Media: @southfriedtruth (Twitter) @southernfriedtruecrime (Insta) If you are suffering with abuse in quarantine, here are resources for different countries. Please ask for help: US Crisis Text Line: 741741 US National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233 UK Domestic Abuse Hotline: 0808 2000 247 Australia Rape & Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-737-732 Canada: If you are having suicidal thoughts during this unprecedented time, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Please call the US National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 For resources in other countries:
57 min
Invisible Choir
Invisible Choir
Reach Freaks
Nothing to Lose (Part Two)
(Part 2/2) 18-year-old Corona, CA high school baseball prospect Brandon Willie Martin was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2011 Major League draft. His talent and incredible promise was worth an estimated $860,000 cash signing bonus. But after signing the contract, renting a posh 6,700 square foot mansion, and hosting massive alcohol and drug fueled parties - something changed in Brandon. Over the next four years he would lose everything - including his freedom, after he was released early from an involuntary 72-hour emergency psychiatric hold. This episode of Invisible Choir is proudly sponsored by Podcorn. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up at This episode of Invisible Choir is proudly sponsored by Best Fiends. Download this fun and exciting puzzle adventure game on the Apple App Store or on Google Play. Special Podcast Promo: Always Time for True Crime Visit Invisible Choir on the web: * Patreon - Invisible Choir Premium: * Website: * Facebook: * Instagram: * Twitter: Written/Audio Sources: * Ex-baseball player who allegedly “hated” being Black convicted of killing Black father and two others * How a rising Corona baseball star’s life tumbled into a death penalty trial * Callous killer or mentally ill? Penalty phase begins in Corona triple murder case * Brandon Martin MiLB Stats * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin on Trial for Triple Murder * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Triple Murder Trial - Cousin of Defendant & Ofc Sandoval * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Triple Murder Trial-Sgt Brad Voorhees-Crime Scene Photos * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial-Sgt Brad Voorhees-Fmr Criminalist Brian Reinarv * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial-Desiree Seagraves-Occ. Therapist-Michael Harvey * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin - Trial-Michael Harvey - Vics Son-in-Law - Craig Taylor Ret Ofc * Triple homicide victims’ children sue Corona, Riverside County, security system companies * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial-Judicial Notice of Facts-Karen Alexander, ADT Phone Call * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - Ofc Shannon Velasco - Corona PD. Spotted Def in Vehicle * Former MLB prospect Brandon Martin gets life in prison in triple murder case * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - Day 3 - Ofc Robert Bejines - Corona PD * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - Nathan Devlin & Det. Jesse Marquez * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - Day 4 - Police Interview Part 1 * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - Police Interview Part 2 - 3D Reconstructionist Part 1 * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - 3D Reconstructionist - Blood Spatter Expert * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - K9 Officer Jeffrey Bennett - Dr. Leticia Schuman FP * MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin Trial - Dr. Leticia Schuman Forensic Pathologist * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin - Swanson Family Members Testify * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin - Swanson Family Members Testify2 * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Brandon Willie Martin - Anderson Family Members Testify * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder - Sean Martin - Defendant's Brother * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder - Dr. Vasilica Valcru -Psychiatrist * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder - Jamal Abdullah & Matthew Budgell * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder - Dr Alan Abrams Psychiatrist Part 1 * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder Dr Robert Solomon & Craig Andersen * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder - Melody Martin Defendant's Mother * Penalty Phase for MLB Draft Pick Convicted of Triple Murder - Melody Martin Defendant's Mother2 * Paranoid Schizophrenia * Zillow Profile: 1207 Winthrop Drive * Pro baseball player, accused of killing 3 people with bat, was released early from psych hold, lawsuit says * Funeral held for man slain while installing security system at Corona home Music & Sound Effect Sources * Opening Track: “Negotiations” by Edward Karl Hanson * Closing Track: “Moon Language” by Chelsea McGough Music & Sound Effect Sources All music and sound effects used with express permission under unlimited blanket license authority from Epidemic Sound ® and SoundStripe ®. Individual sources are available via request at
1 hr 6 min
Jami Rice
“Katie Beers, Against all Odds” | MURDERISH Ep. 073
On December 28, 1992, nine-year-old Katie Beers vanished from a Long Island amusement center. National headlines in the days that followed read “The Tiny Tragedy from Long Island” and “America’s little girl lost.” The ripple effects were extensive. Not only was a young child missing, but a paralyzing sense of ‘stranger danger’ also terrorized New York’s second largest county. What had become of little Katie? Was any child safe? The events that unfolded after the young girl’s disappearance were a tale of alarming tragedy and unabiding resilience. Join me as I walk you through the case of Katie Beers. Check us out: Visit for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami. The website also has links to buy MURDERISH merchandise and become a Patreon supporter. Patreon subscribers can get access to exclusive Patreon-only episodes. To sign up for Patreon perks, click “Go Behind the Scenes” on the website OR click here for a direct link to our Patreon page . Let’s get social: @MurderishPod (Twitter), @MurderishPodcast (Instagram), search “Murderish” (Facebook). Sponsors: - PepperBall: Visit & use promo code MURDERISH10 for 10% off of your order in the New Year. - Visit , click the microphone at the top of the homepage & enter promo code MURDERISH for a 4-week trial, free postage, & a digital scale. - Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends FREE today on the Apple App Store or Google Play. - PlushCare: Visit to start your FREE 30-day trial. Post roll podcast promo: Excuse Me, That’s Illegal podcast. Subscribe! Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle our advertising requests. Click this link to get started advertising your brand, podcast, company etc. on MURDERISH . Production & Music: John & Jessica Bukenas of Audio Editing Solutions (production), Nico Vettese of We Talk of Dreams (music). Research & Writing: Alison Schwartz. Remember, listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer just means you’re murder-ish.
1 hr 3 min
Going West: True Crime
Going West: True Crime
Daphne Woolsoncroft
Holly Cantrell // 103
In 2017, a 40-year-old woman never returned home after working at an Oklahoma hospital. When police reviewed the security footage, they saw her getting into a man’s truck and they drove off together- but she was never seen again. This is the story of Holly Cantrell. *BONUS EPISODES* *ADS* Gobble: Get 6 meals for $36 (and free shipping!) at Apostrophe: Visit and use code GOINGWEST for $15 off your prescription Talkspace: Get $100 off by going to and use code GOINGWEST *CASE SOURCES* Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:
55 min
Strictly Stalking
Strictly Stalking
Kast Media
My Sister’s Story: Debbie Riddle
Debbie Riddle is an Anti-Stalking Advocate whose sister Peggy Klinke was stalked and murdered by her ex-boyfriend. After Peggy’s death, Debbie refused to remain silent about the extreme failures in our criminal justice system and set out on a mission to get the system fixed and began telling Peggy’s story to anyone that would listen. She caught the attention of Tracy Bahm, the Director of the Stalking Resource Center and they took Peggy’s story to Washington D.C. where they testified at a congressional briefing and declared January, “National Stalking Awareness Month” in honor of Peggy.  Debbie has spoken throughout the US, at law enforcement trainings, advocate trainings and college campuses and has worked with then Senator Joe Biden, Advocate Erin Brockovich, and Lifetime Television to continue to spread awareness about the dangers of stalking. Also joining us is Dana Fleitman, the Associate Advisor at the Stalking Prevention, Awareness,& Resource Center (known as SPARC) a project of AEquitas funded by the DOJ Office on Violence Against Women. Check Out Our Patreon: Instagram: Strictly Stalking - @strictlystalkingpod Jaimie Beebe - @feathergirl77 Jake Deptula - @jaked3000 Please consider supporting the companies that support us!  Feals has me feeling my best every day and it can help you too. Become a member today by going to and you’ll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. Join today! Stop using razors that underdeliver and switch to Athena Club! Sign up today and you’ll get 20% off your first order. Just go to and use promo code Stalking. See for privacy information.
1 hr 27 min
Murderous Minors
Murderous Minors
84: Lured - Justin Robinson
On October 20, 2012, 12-year-old Autumn Pasquale went missing after leaving home on Homecoming Saturday, riding her new BMX bike. Her disappearance led police to the home of teen brothers Justin and Dante Robinson, leading to their arrests. For more information on Autumn’s Law, visit: This episode brought to you by BEST FIENDS! Music: We Talk of Dreams 84 Sources: South Jersey Times. “Autum Pasquale’s death: Police charge 2 teenage brothers with murder.” October 23, 2012. Doug Shimell, Tracy Davidson, David Chang. “Autumn’s parents question police effort to find daughter.” October 24, 2012. Kim Gregory, Alan Feuer. “A South Jersey town grieves after a girl’s murder.” October 24, 2012. Carly Q. Romalino, South Jersey Times. “Autumn Paquale’s death: Gloucester COunty prosecutor hands off murder case to Camden County.” February 7, 2013. The Trentonian. “Parents of slain NJ girl settle lawsuit.” February 28, 2013. CBSN Philly. “NJ teen, 16, sentenced for horrific murder of Autumn Pasquale, 12.” September 12, 2013. Carly Q. Romalino, South Jersey Times. “Autumn Pasquale killing: Dante Robinson released from jail, pleads guilty to obstruction.” September 24, 2013. Jason Nark, “S. Jersey town still struggles with death of Autumn Pasquale.” October 18, 2013. Carly Q. Romalino, South Jersey Times. “Gloucester County prosecutor ‘wanted to finish’ Autumn Pasquale murder case.” September 28, 2013. Jessica Dean. “Exclusive: Autumn Pasquale’s father files suit against parents of her murderer.” December 2, 2013. Lisa Belkin. “Is it a crime to raise a killer?” September 12, 2014. Associated Press. “Family of Autumn Pasquale sues law enforcement agencies.” October 27, 2014. Rebecca Forand, “Lawsuit claiming cops botched Autumn Pasquale murder case dismissed.” June 15, 2016. Matt Gray, “5 years later, tributes for Autumn Pasquale continue as killer’s family faces new charges.” October 9, 2017. Matt Gray, “A killer explains the slaying of a child: ‘I didn’t kill her for no bike.” March 27, 2018. David Chang. “Man charged in teen girl’s murder more than 4 years ago arrested in home invasion: Police.” May 24, 2017. Annie McCormick. “Man linked to killing of AUtumn Pasquale shot, arrested for NJ home invasion.” May 25, 2017. Carly Q. Romalino, The Courier-Post. “Clayton man ‘duped’ into alleged home invasion.” May 25, 2017. Carly Q. Romalino, The Courier-Post. “4 more charged in Gloucester home invasion.” June 2, 2017. Matt Gray, “Brother of Autumn Pasquale's killer charged in drug raid.” September 15, 2017. Carly Q. Romalino. “Clayton man linked to 2012 AUtumn Pasquale murder guilty of 2017 home invasion.” October 4, 2019. Rebeecca Everett, “Man involved in Autumn Pasquale’s murder case gets 35 years for home invasion.” October 23, 2020. Prosecutor Warren Faulk statements on Autumn Pasquale “The death of Autumn Pasquale: In the killer’s words.” March 27, 2018. “New details on Autumn Pasquale murder case.” October 25, 2012. 911 call from home invasion shooting
26 min
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