In this episode. I share a story about a particularly lethal woman who's long criminal career saw her acquitted of a murder, sentenced to life for another and still released to continue her murderous ways. This is Part One of the case of Louise Peete.
Photo: Louise Peete on her way to San Quentin to serve her sentence for murder.
Several resources were used in the research for this episode including:
Dead Woman Walking:Louise Peete by Joan Renner - www.derangedlacrimes.com
Black Widow, Mara Bovsun, Daily News New York, November 18, 2001
She Buried Them All by Bill Walker in Saga: The Magazine for Men, January 1962.
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The last chapter of "Haunted Homicide" is the story of the LaLaurie Mansion known as "the most haunted house in America". In this episode you'll hear the TRUE story of Madame Delphine LaLaurie who is called "the socialite serial killer".
Ozzy and Jack's World Detour - https://www.aetv.com/shows/ozzy-and-jacks-world-detour
Mad Madame LaLaurie: New Orleans' Most Famous Murderess Revealed by Victoria Cosner Love and Lorelei Shannon
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The Tower of London has a long history of torture, murder and royal intrigue. It has also been the scene of many ghostly sightings over its 950-year history. Travel with me to through the Tower to uncover some of its dark history.
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In a scene from the series "The Tudors" Anne Boleyn presents her executioner with a purse of coins as a "tip" before her beheading.
Books: Tower: An Epic History of the Tower of London by Nigel Jones
The Lady in the Tower: The Fall of Anne Boleyn by Alison Weir
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A brutal murder takes place in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1954. Two teenage girls are quickly identified as the murderers. The crime would become infamous in New Zealand and the girl exposed as a well-known writer decades later. This is Part 1.
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Photo: Pauline Parker (left), Juliet Hulme (right) during their trial.
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The Academy Awards is held annually to honor the best of Hollywood. But, there is a darker side of this star-studded ceremony. The first is the true story of the crime portrayed in the Academy Award winning film Dog Day Afternoon.
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Left: The real John Wojtowicz, Right: Al Pacino as "Sonny" in Dog Day Afternoon
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Eight student nurses are found dead one morning in 1966. There was only one survivor. This is the case of mass murderer Richard Speck.
Two teens go on a killing spree in America's heartland in 1958.
Charles Starkweather and Caril Fugate
Spree killers, American murderers, teenage killers, couples who kill
The series "Artful Crimes" details cases of crimes committed by and against artists. In Chapter 1 we'll explore the death of Vincent Van Gogh - suicide or murder?
Resources: Book: Van Gogh: A Life by Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith
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Vincent Van Gogh Art History Artists Impressionism Suicide True Crime Murder
On Christmas Day, 1929, one of the country's worst mass murders took place in North Carolina. This is Chapter 2 of Holiday Homicides: The Lawson Family Murders.
The Lawson family portrait - part of Charlie Lawson's "Christmas surprise".
The crime scene became a tourist attraction complete with blood splatter.
Book: The Meaning of Our Tears: The True Story of the Lawson Family Murders by Trudy J. Smith
Ballad: The Lawson Family Murder by Doc Watson
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In the early morning hours of Christmas Eve, 1881, a brutal attack was perpetrated on three sleeping teens in Ashland, Kentucky.
The three suspects in the Ashland murders
This week's Audible recommendation is The Wilderness of Ruin: A Tale of Madness, Fire, and the Hunt for America's Youngest Serial Killer by Roseanne Montillo. You can get a free audiobook and a 30-day free trial at www.audibletrial.com/OnceUponACrime.
Poem: The Ashland Tragedy, composed as a ballad by Peyton Buckner Byrne of Greenup County, Kentucky.
Music: The Cherry Tree Carol and Carol of the Bells from An Appalachian Christmas, Composer Mark O'Connor
A young woman's murder becomes and indictment on American apathy and changes the way crime is reported.
An 11-year-old is accused of murdering two boys in the 1960s.
Also this week - a thank you to Mike from Sword and Scale and Justin from The Generation Why Podcast as well as a shout out to Aurelia305!
And, my thoughts on the Adnan Syed case - new trial granted this week.
Mary Bell, true crime, murders, young killers,
For more on Mary Bell check out "The Case of Mary Bell" by Gitta Sereny.
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A young serial killer terrorizes South Boston in 1872.
The Autobiography of Jesse H. Pomeroy written by Himself Murder, serial killers, true crime, Jesse Pomeroy, Boston, Massachusetts