Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Visit our main website for merchandise and more.

https://genwhypod.com

Mar 31, 2014

Jack The Ripper & The Whitechapel Murders. Author and researcher Tom Wescott joined us to shed light on Jack the Ripper’s possible victims prior to Mary Ann “Polly” Nichols. The history books show five women are generally attributed to this infamous killer, but women were being murdered in the weeks before...


Mar 24, 2014

Brother’s Blood. Scott Cawelti, author & adjunct professor at UNI, joins us to discuss his true crime book, “Brother’s Blood: A Heartland Cain & Abel”. It concerns the the brutal killing of an Iowan farm family in 1975 and the clues that led investigators to a most unlikely suspect. It’s a chilling case...


Mar 17, 2014

Lost Colony of Roanoke. In 1585, England was looking to establish a colony in the new world. Try as they might, though, things weren’t working out. First, over 100 men barely made it 10 months before leaving without authorization with Sir Francis Drake. The party sent to check on them found them gone and 15...


Mar 10, 2014

Oscar Pistorius may not have achieved all of his goals competitively, but his inspirational story captured the attention of the world. Not only was he becoming successful financially, but he also had a smart & successful woman at his side. The future looked bright for Oscar. At least until one night when 4 shots...


Mar 3, 2014

Ted Bundy. Kevin M. Sullivan, author of The Bundy Murders: A Comprehensive History, joins us to discuss Ted Bundy. His life, his murders, & just how such a cunning serial killer was ever discovered and captured. If you have ever been interested in this infamous killer, I assure you that this is an interview you...