This Week in True Crime History

This Week in True Crime History

United States

Exploring the True Crime stories that took place this week in history.

Episodes

008: Travis Baumgartner  

Travis Baumgartner perpetrated a robbery, a school shooting, a mass killing and a workplace shooting in one single event. Michelle Shegelski, Eddie Rejano, Matthew Schuman and Brian Ilesic were the four victims of the University of Alberta shooting of 2012. This is their story. 

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007: Werner Hartmann  

June 8 1982, Chicago Illinois

Werner Hartmann was a self-made millionaire. Debra Stover was a black widow waiting for the right prey to enter her web. This is their story. 

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When the group reaches 100 members,  I'll be giving away my personal research copy of "Loss of Innocence" by Eric Adams.

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006: Tanya Tandoc  

 

Tanya Tandoc was a beloved local celebrity in Wichita, Kansas. She was killed in her own home by a fellow local celebrity. This is her story.

If you liked this episode, please take a moment to rate and review This Week in True Crime History on iTunes! I'll give you a shout out on a future episode if you do. 

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When the group reaches 100 members,  I'll be giving away my personal research copy of "Loss of Innocence" by Eric Adams.

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005: The Weyerhaeuser Kidnapping  

 

9 year-old Timber Heir George Weyerhaeuser was kidnapped for ransom in 1935. This is his story. 

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004: Mother's Day Murder Part Two: Jorge Torrez  

Be sure to listen to episode 3 before listening to this one!  

Jorge Torrez is an ex-marine that left a wake of terror, violence and death behind him. He has killed at least three people and has forever altered the lives of many more on his way to Death Row. All before the age of 25. 

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When the group gets a bit bigger,  I'll be giving away my personal research copy of "Loss of Innocence" by Eric Adams.

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003: Mother's Day Murder Part One: Jerry Hobbs  

Jerry Hobbs is a career criminal, but in 2005 he confessed to the ultimate crime: murder. This is the story of the Mother's Day murder of 8 year old Laura Hobbs and her best friend, 9 year old Krystal Tobias. This is just part one, as the story is much more complicated than it initially seemed!  

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002: The Sayama Incident / Going Postal  

This week covers the Sayama Incident of 1963 and a pair of post office shootings that took place on the same day in 1993. 

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001: The Janson Sisters  

Sisters Kristy (13) and Sherry (8) Janson were brutally murdered in La Plata County Colorado on April 25th, 1983. This is their story. 

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