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Bruce McArthur /// Toronto’s Missing Men /// Part 1

Bruce McArthur /// Toronto’s Missing Men /// Part 1

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Episode 191 - We first became aware of this case in the second half of last year. Loyal Garage listeners were emailing and bringing attention to the strange situation up in Toronto. For nearly eight years men had been practically disappearing right off of the streets of Toronto. This didn’t go unnoticed by police. In fact the police opened two major investigations to address the situation. The problem, neither investigation provided any answers. Until January, 2018 when the cases of Toronto’s missing men broke wide open. This week we discuss the continuing investigation into Canada’s most recent and very prolific serial killer.

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Todd Kohlhepp /// Real Estate Serial Killer /// Part 2

Todd Kohlhepp /// Real Estate Serial Killer /// Part 2

 

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Episode 190 - 3pm on November 6th, 2003 someone walked into the Superbike Motorsports store in Chesnee, South Carolina and shot the owner, his mother and both employees in the head. The crime became known as “The Superbike Murders” and it seemed as senseless as it was cold-blooded. Nothing was taken from the store. It became one of the most famous cold cases in the state of South Carolina. Police refused to give up on the case and thirteen years later they got what they had been looking for but it started with the disappearance of a young couple. 

 

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Todd Kohlhepp /// Real Estate Serial Killer /// Part 1

Todd Kohlhepp /// Real Estate Serial Killer /// Part 1

 

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Episode 189 - 3pm on November 6th, 2003 someone walked into the Superbike Motorsports store in Chesnee, South Carolina and shot the owner, his mother and both employees in the head. The crime became known as “The Superbike Murders” and it seemed as senseless as it was cold-blooded. Nothing was taken from the store. It became one of the most famous cold cases in the state of South Carolina. Police refused to give up on the case and thirteen years later they got what they had been looking for but it started with the disappearance of a young couple. 

 

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Ricky McCormick /// The McCormick Code /// Part 2

Ricky McCormick /// The McCormick Code /// Part 2 

 

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Episode 188 - Late June, 1999 a woman finds a body near a cornfield off a rural road just about 20 miles north of St. Louis. Investigators are quick to make an identification however the Medical Examiner is uncertain as to how the man has died. Police have their theories and suspicions. They believe the man had been killed somewhere else and dumped in a spot between the road and cornfield. The man was 41 year old Ricky McCormick, a loner. His friends called him a vampire because he would leave home after the sun went down and not return until it was coming up again. Ricky had a checkered past and he ran in some circles that likely could have led to his death. When searching the dead man’s pockets police discovered a strange clue. Two pieces of paper and on each of them long messages written in code. The FBI has released these codes to the public with their own message that these notes could tell us who killed Ricky McCormick.

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Ricky McCormick /// The McCormick Code /// Part 1

Ricky McCormick /// The McCormick Code /// Part 1 

 

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Episode 187 - Late June, 1999 a woman finds a body near a cornfield off a rural road just about 20 miles north of St. Louis. Investigators are quick to make an identification however the Medical Examiner is uncertain as to how the man has died. Police have their theories and suspicions. They believe the man had been killed somewhere else and dumped in a spot between the road and cornfield. The man was 41 year old Ricky McCormick, a loner. His friends called him a vampire because he would leave home after the sun went down and not return until it was coming up again. Ricky had a checkered past and he ran in some circles that likely could have led to his death. When searching the dead man’s pockets police discovered a strange clue. Two pieces of paper and on each of them long messages written in code. The FBI has released these codes to the public with their own message that these notes could tell us who killed Ricky McCormick. 

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Murdered Joggers /// Part 2 /// 186

Murdered Joggers /// Part 2 /// 186

 

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August 2, 2016 - Howard Beach, New York - 30 year old Karina Vetrano takes off for an evening run but does not return after. Her father Phil with who Karina is very close to, goes out searching for his daughter. He finds no trace of her and she is not answering her cell phone. Police later locate her body near her home. Five days later and 175 miles away an attack on another young woman was eerily similar. 27 year old Vanessa Marcotte did not return to her mother's home after going out for a jog. This week Nic and the Captain discuss the senseless murders of these two young ladies.

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Murdered Joggers /// Part 1 /// 185

Murdered Joggers /// Part 1 /// 185

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August 2, 2016 - Howard Beach, New York - 30 year old Karina Vetrano takes off for an evening run but does not return after. Her father Phil with who Karina is very close to, goes out searching for his daughter. He finds no trace of her and she is not answering her cell phone. Police later locate her body near her home. Five days later and 175 miles away an attack on another young woman was eerily similar. 27 year old Vanessa Marcotte did not return to her mother's home after going out for a jog. This week Nic and the Captain discuss the senseless murders of these two young ladies.

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Miles of Murder /// Part 2 /// 184

Miles of Murder /// Part 2 /// 184

 

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One of Southwest Florida’s most well known and captivating cases has been the murder of a successful, well liked Doctor from Bonita Springs. Doctor Teresa Sievers was found dead inside her home on the morning of June 29th, 2015. She was home alone when she was attacked. Her husband and daughters were out of town visiting family. Some suspected the murderer was a former employee. The neighbors feared a madman was on the loose. Today we know most of the story and as usual, the truth is stranger than fiction. This week we discuss the murder of the good Doctor and the painstaking investigation that followed.

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Miles of Murder /// Part 1 /// 183

Miles of Murder /// Part 1 /// 183

 

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One of Southwest Florida’s most well known and captivating cases has been the murder of a successful, well liked Doctor from Bonita Springs. Doctor Teresa Sievers was found dead inside her home on the morning of June 29th, 2015. She was home alone when she was attacked. Her husband and daughters were out of town visiting family. Some suspected the murderer was a former employee. The neighbors feared a madman was on the loose. Today we know most of the story and as usual, the truth is stranger than fiction. This week we discuss the murder of the good Doctor and the painstaking investigation that followed.

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The Devil’s Teeth ////// Part 4 of 4

The Devil's Teeth ////// Part 4 of 4 

 
 
Episode 182- This case begins with a teenager who goes missing. Several weeks later in September of 1972 a body is discovered atop a cliff, above an abandoned quarry in Springfield, New Jersey. Later it was determined this was the body of the missing teen, Jeannette DePalma. Along with the body it is said that cult related items were recovered from the area. Her body was said to have been resting on a makeshift altar in the woods. The murder of Jeannette DePalma is very bizarre and is still unsolved. This case is not known to most outside of the state of New Jersey. We gather in the garage to try to shed some light on this cold case.

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