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Jodi Arias Part 1

Mon, 17 Jun 2024

Jodi Arias became infamous after she murdered her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in June 2008. Her 2013 trial was a media circus. Jodi argued that she killed Travis in self-defense. They had a complicated relationship. There was a whirlwind romance, and then Travis tried to distance himself. But, as some friends described it, Jodi was his kryptonite.

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Jodi Arias and the murder of Travis Alexander. In part one of the Jodi Arias episodes, we’ll cover the early lives of Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander, how they met, and their tumultuous relationship that ended with Travis being brutally murdered in his own home. 

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Wendi Mae Davidson

Mon, 10 Jun 2024

Wendi Mae Davidson claimed that she found her husband, Michael Severance, dead in their home. The couple had only been married for months, marrying just before Wendi delivered a son. Michael and Wendi were set to leave for Maine to visit Michael's parents. This would have been the first time his parents met Wendi. But they never made it. Instead, Michael's parents received a phone call from Wendi saying he was missing.

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Wendi Mae Davidson. The facts of this case are cloudy because most of them come from Wendi. She initially said Michael was missing and claimed he might have gone awol because he didn't want to go on his scheduled deployment. But eventually, her story changed. She said she found him dead and then disposed of his body. But, to this day, she claims she did not kill Michael.

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Father Gerald Robinson

Mon, 03 Jun 2024

On April 5th, 1980, Sister Margaret Ann Pahl was murdered inside the chapel of Mercy Hospital in Toledo, Ohio. Father Gerald Robinson, one of the hospital chaplains, was suspected and even questioned in her murder. But, it would take many years to solve the mystery of who killed Sister Margaret.

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Father Gerald Robinson. Early in the investigation, it seemed some authorities were trying to protect Father Robinson and the Church. But as forensic techniques advanced, more evidence pointed toward Father Robinson's responsibility. It was an extremely brutal murder, and the question of motive was hard to answer.

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Dan White

Mon, 27 May 2024

On November 27th, 1978, former San Francisco Board of Supervisors member Dan White walked into City Hall and murdered Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. White was angry about Moscone’s decision not to reappoint him to the Board after he resigned earlier that month. Harvey Milk had urged the mayor not to reappoint White. 

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Dan White. George Moscone was thought by many to be a good mayor, and Harvey Milk was one of the first openly gay elected officials in the United States. Their murders were a blow to the City and its residents. Harvey Milk was revered by most in the gay community and was often referred to as the mayor of Castro Street. Harvey Milk worked hard to pass anti-discrimination ordinances and fought against all propositions that would harm the LGBTQ community.

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Roderick and Mark Newell

Mon, 20 May 2024

Nicholas and Elizabeth Newall were wealthy retirees with an estate worth hundreds of thousands of pounds. Their two adult sons were the sole beneficiaries of their money and properties. The Newalls disappeared after an evening out with their sons. Roderick and Mark Newall were the main suspects, but putting the puzzle pieces together wasn’t quick or easy. 

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss Roderick and Mark Newell. Both brothers inherited a large sum of money from their parents. It was natural for police to have to rule them out as suspects, but they could not do that. They also could put together the evidence needed to prove they had anything to do with it. It took five years for the truth to come out, and it did so in a very unique way.

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