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Foul Play is one of the oldest true crime podcasts. Murder, Mysteries, Serial Killers, Oh My! Let us take you on a journey to discover some of the most unbelievable minds of the most wicked monsters imaginable. We might even solve a few cold cases again! Hosted by crime journalist Shane L. Waters, Netflix "The Keepers" star Gemma Hoskins, and crime writer Wendy Cee. itsfoulplay.com
 
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I have so many questions about Holmes and we are sure you do too, so in this episode we will be answering some of them. Let’s start with Why Did Holmes Kill Pitezel? Holmes had written to Mrs Pitezel from prison just before she was released and the letter included the phrase [quote] we never quarreled [end quote] Well, this is Holmes we are talking…
 
Holmes was sentenced to hanging for the murder of Benjamin F Pitezel on May 7th 1986, when he was aged just 34 years old. While there was a lot of circumstantial evidence that he also murdered Alice, Nellie and Howard Pitezel, and there were suspicions surrounding many others, he was never tried for them. Visit us online at: Itsfoulplay.com Support…
 
Of course, nobody in the District Attorney’s office believed a word that came out of Holmes mouth, so the investigation to find the children continued in earnest. It was going to be like finding a needle in a haystack, but they were determined. Visit us online at: Itsfoulplay.com Support our podcast by becoming a patron at: Patreon.com/itsfoulplay …
 
Frank Geyer, started his career with the City of Philadelphia Police Department on 6 May 1876 as a patrolman. In January 1888 he was promoted to detective and in 1894 was assigned a new case, involving suspected insurance fraud by H H Holmes. This should have been a straight forward case, but as Geyer scratched the surface, he uncovered a lot more …
 
Holmes settled in comfortably in Chicago, he was well liked, he was charismatic, intelligent and fun to be around, nobody had a bad word to say about him. He worked hard and saved his money, his family was an inconvenience and he sent very little back to his wife Clara and their son Robert. In 1887, 2 years after arriving in Chicago Holmes bought t…
 
Just a month after the beginning of the American Civil War, on May 16th, 1861, arguably the world's most infamous serial killer was born in Gilmanton, New Hampshire. In this episode Shane explores the early life of Herman Webster Mudgett, also known as H. H. Holmes, to discover if there are any clues that could hint to the monster her is rumored to…
 
In 2009, a young woman walked out from a Lost Hills Police Station in the middle of the night and disappeared without a trace. Today, over a decade later, the case of Mitrice Richardson still remains a bizarre mystery. Visit us online at: Itsfoulplay.com Support our podcast by becoming a patron at: Patreon.com/itsfoulplay Find us on all platforms: …
 
Today’s story is one of lust, despair, illusions, and an unbridled affinity for putting up deceptive fronts. Today, we talk about Kristie Evans. Our story begins sometime around 1974 in Roland, Oklahoma, when Kristie Dawnelle Evans was born. Born and bred in Roland, Kristie didn't know of any other world, and as a town of only a few thousand in Ark…
 
Before we begin, we want to give our listeners a warning: this story contains mentions of sexual assault, necrophilia, and forceful oral sex, also termed ‘irrumation’. In this episode, we bring to you one of the most notorious serial killers of the 60s. Famously known as the Co-Ed Killer, Edmund Emily Kemper the Third was born on December 18, 1948,…
 
A seemingly happy family belonging in a Norman Rockwell painting would soon turn into a thing of nightmares… this is the story of Ann and Anthony Anastasi, it's one of jealousy, rage, and murder. Ann Marie Anastasi was born sometime around 1973. There's not much background information on where she grew up or came from, but she was a traditional you…
 
Shane and Gemma continue the conversation on the unsolved murder of Sister Cathy. The pair interview Teresa Lancaster and her daughter Annette to discuss Teresa's new book Safe in Socks. You can find her book on amazon here: Safe In Socks: My Memoir Visit us online at: Itsfoulplay.com Support our podcast by becoming a patron at: Patreon.com/itsfoul…
 
A few months ago, Shane received an email from a high school teacher in Hartwell, Georgia, named Leanne. Leanne explained that she was using true crime to teach a Freshman and Sophomore course in World Literature in a very out-of-the-box way. She was requiring her students to investigate an unsolved local case and develop a podcast episode presenti…
 
(Part 3) In late 2006 a small town in the East of the United Kingdom was shaken by a killing spree of 5 women, over a very short 6 week period. Ipswich, a tranquil, historic town in the county of Suffolk in England is now a thriving tourist hotspot, with a waterfront location. The town is has many lovely bars and restaurants surrounding it’s histor…
 
(Part 2) In late 2006 a small town in the East of the United Kingdom was shaken by a killing spree of 5 women, over a very short 6 week period. Ipswich, a tranquil, historic town in the county of Suffolk in England is now a thriving tourist hotspot, with a waterfront location. The town is has many lovely bars and restaurants surrounding it’s histor…
 
(Part 1) In late 2006 a small town in the East of the United Kingdom was shaken by a killing spree of 5 women, over a very short 6 week period. Ipswich, a tranquil, historic town in the county of Suffolk in England is now a thriving tourist hotspot, with a waterfront location. The town is has many lovely bars and restaurants surrounding it’s histor…
 
People tend to stick with what they know. If you've been a criminal for the majority of your life, it can be difficult to envision another way of living. While it's true some former inmates do emerge from prison reformed, there are many others who are repeat offenders. This was certainly the case with David Early. For most of his life he was incarc…
 
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