The Mineral Murders // 95
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In 1985, two couples were murdered while out on different trips in a Mineral, Washington forest. Between a suspicious note found and a very specific M.O, police feared they had a serial killer on their hands- and that these murders could also be linked to another couple’s killings months prior. These are The Mineral Murders, also known as the Tube Sock Killings. 



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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
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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.
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82: Reagan Tokes
A collective fear that many women face is walking alone at night-time. Most women can relate to the sense of terror that washes over when you think that somebody could be following you or watching you. In Columbus, Ohio, in 2017, a young woman vanished while walking to her parked car after finishing her shift at a local bar. The investigation would reveal many systemic failures in Ohio’s justice system and lead to a change in law. It would also give legitimacy to the collective fear of walking alone at night. SPONSORS - YARN: Thank you to YARN for sponsoring this episode! YARN is an interactive storytelling app offering everything from true crime chat fiction stories to even choosing your own adventure. Download for free at the Apple App store or Google Play. BETTERHELP: Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring this episode! Is there is something that interferes with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? BetterHelp online counseling is there for you. Get matched with a counselor today: PODCORN: Thank you to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode! Podcorn is revolutionizing podcast sponsorship. Start browsing sponsorship opportunities today: PODCAST PROMO: OUR TRUE CRIME PODCAST Facebook: Twitter: PATREON - SHOW NOTES - Audio Credit: Evening of Chaos - Kevin MacLeod ( Empty Reflections - ErikMMusic - A Mothers Sacrifice - OurMusicBox - Dark Tranquility - Anno Domini Beats - Scott Buckley - Undertow CO.AG Music – Cold Case Detective, The Ulgonsah Witches, So Evil-Dark Synth, Drifting Through Time, The Rake, Underwater -
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Trace Evidence
Trace Evidence
Steven Pacheco
144 - The Disappearance of Jennifer Pentilla
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Invisible Choir
Reach Freaks
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Unresolved Productions
The Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Murders (Part Three)
"The only way to connect this is if we have some kind of freak who travels the whole city." In 1975, a confidential FBI report - which was published the same year that a psychological profile was created for an unknown killer from Sonoma County - purported that the murders of hitchhikers from Santa Rosa were linked to at least eight others from the surrounding area. These eight additional murders, which spanned as far north as Yuba County and as far south as Monterey County, all unfolded at the same time as the Santa Rosa crimes and seemed to be centered around the San Francisco Bay Area. And while they all varied in unique ways, they seemed to share a number of similarities... Part 3/5 Episode hosted, produced, and research/writing by Micheal Whelan Original music created by Micheal Whelan through Amper Music Theme music created and composed by Ailsa Traves Producers: Roberta Janson, Ben Krokum, Gabriella Bromley, Peggy Belarde, Quil Carter, Laura Hannan, Travis Scsepko, Damion Moore, Brittany Norris, Amy Hampton, Steven Wilson, Scott Meesey, Marie Vanglund, Kevin McCracken, Scott Patzold, Bryan Hall, Astrid Kneier, Aimee McGregor, Sydney Scotton, Sara Moscaritolo, Sue Kirk, Jo Wong, Thomas Ahearn, Marion Welsh, Patrick Laakso, Meadow Landry, Tatum Bautista, Teunia Elzinga, Michele Watson, Ryan Green, Stephanie Joyner, Dawn Kellar, Jacinda B., Elissa Hampton-Dutro, Sharon Manetta, Ruth Durbin, Cherish Brady, and Jennifer Henshaw Learn more about this podcast at If you would like to support this podcast and others, consider heading to to become a Patron or Producer
33 min
911 Calls Podcast with The Operator
911 Calls Podcast with The Operator
11:59 Media
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