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Frank Girardot, Sarah Favot

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True Crime and more from ground zero in Los Angeles where the Night Stalker, the Grim Sleeper and other murderous criminals roamed in the shadows of Reagan era Cold War politics, the ever-expanding AIDS epidemic, racism and the emergence of a new landscape among Hollywood studios.
 
Hello and welcome to I Have a Hunch! We hope you like crime because if not, you are in the wrong place, my friend. Join Mary and Mari as they talk about all things true crime, play some games, and even come up with some hunches of their own. We look forward to sharing content that is not only interesting but interactive and a fun listen for everyone. Thank you for listening!
 
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Rachel Diamond

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Join your host Rachel on a journey through the perplexing and sometimes deadly world of internet catfishing. Why do people catfish? How many lies can they tell before they get caught? And what happens to the victims who get snared in their tangled web?
 
Welcome to Wicked Crime, a podcast that explores true crime cases from across Massachusetts and possibly beyond. I'll be diving into conspiracies, lesser known crimes, and opening the discussion about cases that shouldn't be left in the dark. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wicked-crime/support
 
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This week’s story is going to be a little different as we cover a topic we haven’t mentioned yet: pirates. Known as the criminals of the sea, we are going to delve into their long history while also discussing some important pirate figures including captain morgan, blackbeard, and zheng yi sao. If you have any questions, comments, or requests for f…
 
Are TV and movies accurate when it comes to spooky stuff? Absolutely not. Join us as we kick off spooky season with our first game of the month. In this episode we discuss how we think we’d react in different situations based upon TV shows and movies. Please feel free to play along and if you think you would’ve done something differently then let u…
 
In 1959, a group of mountain climbers were found dead in mysterious circumstances. Was this some sort of natural disaster or was this the work of something much more sinister? If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes, feel free to send us an email at ihaveahunchpod@gmail.com. Thank you for listening! Follow us! Instagram…
 
Hadden Clark claimed to have killed a number of women in Wellfleet, MA in the 70s while working as a cook in Provincetown, but it has never been confirmed. He was found guilty of murdering 6-year-old Michele Dorr in 1986 and 23-year-old Laura Houghtelingin 1992, both of Maryland, and even cannibalized Michele's remains, sending him to jail for the …
 
We’ve all heard of them but how much of this infamous duo’s story have we really been told? In this week’s episode we are going to kick ass and take names as we cover the story of Bonnie and Clyde. Let’s see if we can provide you with some info that you haven’t already heard of and maybe even some fun facts you can tell your friends. If you have an…
 
Ever wondered if you’re the zodiac killer? Join Mary and Mari as they spend this episode taking true crime related Buzzfeed quizzes! Will they be able to ace them and show off their true crime knowledge, or will it end in a hilarious disaster? If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes, feel free to send us an email at iha…
 
On October 24th, 1961, 31-year-old Joan Risch disappeared from her home in Lincoln, MA, leaving behind quite a big mystery that still has people puzzled. Her kitchen was bloody, her phone ripped from the wall, fingerprints found didn't all match her own, and there had been an unknown car parked in her driveway among other strange details. Yet a wom…
 
No one gaslights, gatekeeps, or girlbosses quite like Dorothea Puente. Tune in this week as Mary tells us all about the Boardinghouse Killer, who was active in California during the 1980s. If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes, feel free send us an email at ihaveahunchpod@gmail.com. Thank you for listening! Follow us:…
 
It’s now time for us to talk about a couple of serial killers as this week’s episode features the serial killer couple Fred and Rosemary West. Based in England, this couple murdered a total of 12 girls during the late 90s. What happened to the duo after they were caught? Tune into this week’s episode to find out. If you have any questions, comments…
 
Jesse Pomeroy holds the record for longest incarceration in the U.S. and was the youngest person to be sent to jail for murder after killing two children and torturing a number of others. He was only 14-years-old at the time of his conviction on December 8th, 1874. But he isn't the only young killer in Massachusetts or surrounding states. Though he…
 
This week we celebrate our tenth episode with a brand new game: serial killer jeopardy. Join us and our special guests Emma and Nick as we put their knowledge to the test to see who knows more about serial killers and who will win our special prize. Test your own knowledge by playing along and see how you do in comparison to our contestants. Whatev…
 
Clark Rockefeller, whose real name was Christian Gerhartsreiter, spent years operating under different identities before finally being caught by the FBI in 2008 after he kidnapped his own daughter. Not only had he been impersonating a Rockefeller for years, but he also was found guilty of the first degree murder of John Sohus who had gone missing w…
 
On a July morning in 2008, Clark Rockefeller kidnapped his own daughter during a scheduled visit. Investigators discover that there is more to Mr. Rockefeller than meets the eye. If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes, feel free to send us an email at ihaveahunchpod@gmail.com. Thanks for listening! Follow us! Instagram…
 
Heists anyone? This week, we’re taking it back to 1970s France to discuss the man behind one of the most renowned bank heists in French history. Who was the mystery man that evaded capture by the authorities for so long? Tune in this week to find out. If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes, feel free to send us an emai…
 
A new take on our first episode, “Did this happen in New York or did I just make it up?”, proves to be just as good! This week, Mary and Mari attempt to figure out if crimes are real or made up. Feel free to play along and see how your scores compare! Be sure to stay tuned until the end when we’ll reveal a special prize for our winner along with so…
 
On June 23rd, 1902, Jane Toppan was finally convicted of killing at least 11 people while working as a nurse in Eastern Massachusetts. She was declared guilty by reason of insanity for her crimes, getting pleasure toying with her victims by poisoning them before finally allowing them to die. She spent years discretely killing people and there's a c…
 
This week, Mary and Mari talk about the American Serial Killer, Edmund Kemper III, who was active in California during the early 1970s. CONTENT WARNING: this episode includes themes of necrophilia, sexual assault, and dismemberment. If this content is not suitable for you, please feel free to skip this episode and we’ll see you again next Tuesday! …
 
It’s international crime time! This week, Mary and Mari go to Japan to tackle the case of Tsutomu Miyazaki, the otaku killer. CONTENT WARNING: this episode includes themes of pedophilia, necrophilia, cannibalism, and the death of children. If you do not find this content suitable, please feel free to skip this episode and we’ll see you again next T…
 
On January 17th, 1950, Boston saw the one of the biggest robberies in U.S. history when nearly $3 million was stolen from the Brinks building on Prince Street. What seemed like a perfect crime had police baffled for almost six years as they chased down suspects and worked off very little evidence. Until one of the robbers finally confessed to the F…
 
In this episode, Mary, Mari, and special guest Dan discuss cases that went hilariously wrong and what they would do to make them more successful. Stay tuned until the end of the episode for a surprise! If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes, feel free to send us an email at ihaveahunchpod@gmail.com. Thank you for liste…
 
Charles and his pregnant wife, Carol Stuart, were on their way home when they were gunned down in their car in Boston, MA. With a soon-to-be family attacked in cold blood, the pressure is on in the Boston Police Department to find the culprit. This week, Mary and Mari discuss racism in the Boston Police Department, astrology, and the finer things i…
 
On April 19th, 1992, the body of missing 25-year-old Lisa Ziegert was found in Agawam, MA. Despite collecting DNA, police couldn't find her killer and the case remained unsolved for 25 years. Until the Hampden County DA unearthed some old suspects which led the State Police right to Lisa's murderer. Had he been watching Lisa long before he killed h…
 
The Tylenol murders claimed the lives of seven people in Chicago, Illinois in 1982. To this day, the case remains unsolved. In this episode, Mary and Mari discuss theories, forensics, and how hard math is. If you have any questions, comments, or requests for future episodes feel free to send us an email at ihaveahunchpod@gmail.com. Thank you for li…
 
Why do all the weird crimes happen in Florida? In this episode, Mary and Mari play a game called Did This Happen in Florida or Did I Just Make it Up? To play this game, one player reads the title of an article, and the other player must decide if it is real or made up. The winner of the game receives a prize that Mary reveals at the end. We hope yo…
 
Welcome to I Have a Hunch! A True Crime Podcast with Mary and Mari. This short episode serves as a quick introduction to the Podcast. We look forward to seeing you in the first episode tomorrow and every week. If you have any questions, comments, requests for future episodes, or just want to say hi, feel free to shoot us an email at ihaveahunchpod@…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Wicked Crime! I'm starting off the season with a special bonus episode update about Danny Croteau and how after almost 50 years, former priest Richard Lavigne was finally charged with his murder. You can find me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. And check out my blog and sources on my website. Thanks for listening! --- Support…
 
After Klara Maurovna and her two sons moved in with her sister Katerina, Katerina suggested they foster a child. Anicka was 13 years old and the sisters worked hard to get her the medical attention she needed, as well as give her a good home. But Klara noticed that sometimes, Anicka acted like an adult. What she'd discover later was that Anicka had…
 
Chris, a CIA agent, is sent to Mountain City, Tennessee to keep 30 year old Jenelle Potter safe from some mean girls in town who have been hacking her Facebook. As time goes on and the Potter parents worry about their daughter's safety, they tell Chris that they want him to kill one of Jenelle's alleged tormentors, Billie Jean Hayworth. When Billie…
 
For Part 3 of our Season 3 finale we interview Julie Murray, Maura Murray's older sister. Julie gives us a glimpse of who Maura was, clears up some aspects of the case, and tells us how we can help keep fighting to get answers. If you haven’t already, go listen to Part 1 where we talk about Maura's disappearance and Part 2 where we go into some of …
 
In Part 2 of 3, we delve into (and perhaps debunk) some of the major theories and speculations about what happened to Maura Murray. We also discuss the progress of the investigation from the time of Maura's disappearance to now.If anyone has information regarding Maura Murray’s disappearance or whereabouts, contact the New Hampshire Division of Sta…
 
Maura Murray, a 21-year-old student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, disappeared on February 9th, 2004, after crashing her car on Route 112 in Haverhill, NH. To this day, no one knows why Maura was in NH or what happened to her in the few minutes between the car crash and the arrival of police. Maura seemingly disappeared without a trace…
 
Are you looking to win $10 million dollars? What about $100,000? Well, keep listening and we’ll tell you how it can be yours! This week we're covering America’s biggest property crime ever and the biggest museum art heist in the world - the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Art Heist. The museum theft of 1990 remains unsolved to this day despite ongo…
 
Human remains found in a Los Angeles area backyard lead investigators back to Siegsdorf, Germany and Greenwich, Connecticut in their search for a missing couple and the mysterious man renting the back house on their property. Along the way, Knoedler Gallery and the "Made You Look" Netflix documentary about Glafira Rosales and fake art play roles in…
 
What happened to Joan Risch? Her four year old daughter, Lillian told the neighbor, “Mommy is gone and the kitchen is covered with red paint.” On October 24, 1961, 30-year-old housewife and mother of two children disappeared from Lincoln, MA. To this day, there are no motives and no leads. Joan Risch is missing without a trace.--- Send in a voice m…
 
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