Canadian True Crime

Canadian True Crime

By Kristi Lee | Canadian True Crime

Join Kristi Lee - an Australian who moved to Canada over a decade ago, for an immersive deep dive into some of the country’s most thought-provoking true crime cases.

Using facts curated from court documents, inquiry reports and news archives, Kristi carefully unravels each case—exposing pitfalls of the criminal justice system that all Canadians need to know about.

At least two new episodes a month. Learn more at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.


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Episodes

The Teslin Lake Incident—Part 1

Sheslay Free Mike terrorized the north for more than a decade. His real name was Michael Oros, and he's been remembered as a legend of the north, the other “mad trapper”, a folk hero… and a cold-blooded killer. But there's much more to this story than meets the eye...This two-part series takes a look back at a well-known, historic case that was sensationalized through headlines, to show that behind it was a real, human story. Special thanks to Garry Rodgers, Bob Buday, and Ed Hill, and to Craig Baird of Canadian History EhX for voiceover of the Oros diaries.Release schedule:Part 2 will be released to all on Monday April 22. Listen ad-free and early on our premium feeds.Additional Content Warning:This series includes brief mentions of the death of an animal.Monthly Donation:Canadian True Crime has donated to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of CrimeFull list of resources, information sources and credits:See the page for this series at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes/155 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/04/2458m 9s

Raymond Laroche

Additional content warning: This case is about the death of a baby, and there is mention of domestic violence and animal abuse. Please take care when listening.After the disappearance of a baby in Windsor in 1990, lurid headlines on both sides of the Detroit River quickly turned the baby’s teen parents into sordid celebrities.The intention of this episode is to take a look back at a shocking crime sensationalized through headlines, how it captured public attention and inspired vigilante justice. It also reveals the stark differences between Canadian and American news coverage that played a pivotal role in the way this crime—and the stories about this crime—played out.To see news clippings and photos from this case, follow Canadian True Crime on Facebook or Instagram.Monthly Donation:Canadian True Crime has donated to the First Nations Child and Family Caring SocietyFull list of resources, information sources and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
28/03/241h

Connie Pruden Grandinetti

EDMONTON, ALBERTAAfter the body of a blonde-haired woman is found in an icy ditch by the side of the road, it proves difficult to get to the bottom of what happened to her - and who was ultimately responsible.The intention of this episode is to shine a light on the inner workings of our criminal justice system in the context of the “open court principle”—which assumes that public confidence in the integrity of the court system and administration of justice is fostered by openness and full publicity.Podcast RecommendationThe Place That Thaws from APTN NewsMonthly DonationCanadian True Crime has donated to the First Nations Child and Family Caring SocietyFull list of resources, information sources and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
18/03/241h 9m

INTRODUCING: The Place That Thaws

A brand new Canadian podcast from APTN News, The Place That Thaws offers a rare opportunity to discover the untold stories of resilience and adaptation in the High Arctic.Reporter Danielle Paradis and Iqaluit video journalist Trevor Wright travelled to some of Canada's most northern communities last October to speak to the locals. Through intimate interviews and immersive storytelling, they bring you the voices of those on the front lines of environmental upheaval.The Place That Thaws is a six-part series that goes beyond the headlines, offering a nuanced exploration of how communities are confronting the challenges of a warming world.Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music or your favourite podcast player and embark on an expedition through the frozen landscapes and resilient spirits of the High Arctic.Read more and see stunning photos from their trip: www.aptnnews.ca/theplacethatthaws Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
05/03/242m 34s

A Kingston Predator: Richard Charles Joyce—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 2 ] THE PAROLE HEARING: In September 2023, Richard Charles Joyce's first ever parole hearing was held. Not only was it deeply revealing, but new pieces of information also came to light that shocked the victims and survivors—and has resulted in several formal complaints.Special thanks to Kerri Kehoe, “Catherine” (mother of survivor “Annie”), and Robert Rouleau.This two-part series is closely connected to the previous episode titled The Nozzles Gas Bar Murder.More informationStaff Sergeant Melanie Jefferies, Kingston Police – 2023 Award WinnerRichard Charles Joyce denied parole in first-ever Canadian long-distance hearing - The KingstonistCanadian True Crime Podcast examines heinous crimes of Kingston's Richard Charles Joyce - The KingstonistPhotos and news clippings will be available at our Facebook and Instagram pagesCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to The Children’s Treatment Center in Cornwall, Ontario, who for more than two decades has been providing high-quality counselling services to sexually or physically abused children and their families.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/02/2448m 30s

A Kingston Predator: Richard Charles Joyce—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 2 ] “I have learned that secrets keep you sick, and this secret has kept me sick for 21 years.” - Kerri Kehoe---------------------------------------Additional content warning: this series is about three separate but connected cases of historic child abduction and sexual assault—and it includes some graphic details that will be difficult and distressing to hear. Please see timestamps below to help you navigate the episode. This two-part series is closely connected to the previous episode titled The Nozzles Gas Bar Murder.---------------------------------------When Kerri Kehoe was 11 years old she was abducted by child sexual predator. No one noticed she was missing and she decided to keep it that way. But Kerri remained haunted by what happened to her—and she would later learn that she wasn’t the only one.Trigger Warnings - approximate timestamps:4:30 to 11:50     Abduction of Kerri— AD BREAK - Allow a few extra minutes — 20:40 to 23:45  Abduction of “Jane”30:00 to 35:45  Abduction of “Annie”Special thanks to Kerri Kehoe, “Catherine” (mother of survivor “Annie”), and Robert Rouleau.More informationSurvivor speaks against parole for serial child kidnapping rapist and murder, Richard Joyce - KingstonistCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to The Children’s Treatment Center in Cornwall, Ontario, who for more than two decades has been providing high-quality counselling services to sexually or physically abused children and their families.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/02/241h 7m

The "Nozzles Gas Bar Murder"

Yvonne Rouleau was a 34-year old wife and mother who operated a successful gas bar at the busiest intersection in Kingston. She and her husband Paul were working hard to make their dreams come—until it all came crashing down one Monday morning in 1991.* This episode is not part of a series - it's one of a cluster of four separate cases connected by a single thread. We’ll be exploring these other cases in a future episode.Special thanks to Kerri Kehoe and Robert Rouleau.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
31/01/241h 14m

The Murderous Mountie–Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] After picking up his pregnant wife from Saskatoon train station, Sergeant John Wilson drives them north to their new home. They just have one stop to make on the way to take care of some "police business"...Additional content warning: Brief details of an attempted suicide at approx. timestamp 29:00 to 30:30. Please take care when listening.More info:The Secret Lives of Sgt. John Wilson by Lois SimmieBooks by Toronto True Crime Author - Nate Hendley Scottish voice actor - Paul Warren Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Women’s Shelters Canada, an organization that supports over 600 shelters across the country for women and children fleeing violence. You can find a shelter near you by going to sheltersafe dot ca.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
20/12/231h 1m

The Murderous Mountie–Part 1

[Part 1 of 2] The twisted story of Sergeant John Wilson: a mountie at the centre of a sordid love triangle that played out as World War I raged on. Put together from an archive of hundreds of real love letters, forged letters and police and court memos, this gripping, action-packed miniseries offers a vivid snapshot of Canada at a pivotal moment in history.Part 2 available now ad-free on CTC Premium feeds - Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Available to all December 20.Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Women’s Shelters Canada, an organization that supports over 600 shelters across the country for women and children fleeing violence. You can find a shelter near you by going to sheltersafe dot ca.Credits:Voice actor - Sgt John Wilson: Paul WarrenVoice actor - Elizabeth Craig and John’s “sister”: Jesse HawkePolice memos and news articles: AI voices-Original concept, research: Danielle ParadisAdditional research, writing, development: Nate HendleyAdditional research, writing, sound design, narration: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: Nico from the Inky PawprintProduction assistance: Jesse Hawke from the Inky PawprintScript consulting: Carol WeinbergDisclaimer voiced by Erik KrosbyFull list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
13/12/231h 3m

Major Case Updates & Feedback 2023—Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] Continuing our look back at cases we've covered that have had major updates or have attracted notable feedback.Approximate timestamps:1:20 - Jacob Hoggard Trial10:30 - The Brentwood Five (Matthew de Grood)20:15 - Dellen Millard, Mark Smich and other criminals serving consecutive life sentences29:00 - The Giant Mine Murders - 30th Anniversary32:30 - The Renfrew County Massacre - Inquiry update35:30 - The Survival of Zach Miller38:20 - Feedback around using AI Voices in episodes41:10 - Albert Johnson Walker (the murder of Ronald Platt)45:00 - Paul Bernardo’s recent parole controversy and the aftermathMore info:GIVEAWAY: Lay Them To Rest by Laurah Norton - it's easy to enter for the chance to win one of five hardcover copies. Deadline November 30. See link above for T&Cs.PODCAST RECOMMENDATION: Giant - Murder Underground, a seven-part series looking back on the Giant Mine Murders.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21/11/2356m 29s

Major Case Updates & Feedback 2023—Part 1

[Part 1 of 2] In this two-part series, we report back on cases that have had major updates or have attracted notable feedback over this past year. Kristi will also be addressing some of the most common comments and feedback received.Part 2 is available ad-free now on CTC premium feeds: Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and SupercastAvailable to all in one week - November 21.Approximate timestamps4:00 - Disappearance of Madison Scott8:00 - Saskatoon Freezing Deaths - Darrel Night10:40 - The Brampton High School Shootings15:00 - Legacy Christian Academy Scandal19:00 - Kelly Favro’s Story (Publication Bans)33:00 - Opioid Crisis Feedback41:00 - Lush & Whiteway Families (Newfoundland Car Crash)47:00 - January Lapuz Feedback1:03:00 - Responding to more generic feedbackMore info:PODCAST: Crackdown is an awardwinning and highly-regarded Canadian podcast led by and about people who use drugs, and their stories.JANUARY LAPUZ: follow Florence Ashley www.florenceashley.com and X/Twitter. See the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes for all the sources quoted.LEGACY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY: More detail on the class action lawsuit here, and you can donate to support the ex-students hereBOOK GIVEAWAY: Lay Them To Rest by Laurah Norton - it's easy to enter for the chance to win one of five hardcover copies. Deadline November 30. See link above for T&Cs.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
14/11/231h 17m

The Very Bad Doctor

Additional content warning: this episode includes mention of intimate partner violence, suicidal ideation, and grooming and sexual assault of an underage person. No graphic details will be given. Please take care when listening.A doctor repeatedly and intentionally betrays his oath to do no harm, setting off a chain reaction that escalates to murder. More info:Fatal Prescription: A Doctor Without Remorse, written by John Griffiths & Shelly CharalambusCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime, who offer support, research and education to survivors, victims and their families.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
27/10/231h 30m

Remembering Beverley Rowbotham: 23 Years Today

Special ad-free presentation to commemorate the 23rd anniversary of the murder of Beverley Rowbotham, a wife and mother of two young boys.About three years ago, Canadian True Crime released an episode about Beverley’s case, and earlier this year we were contacted by members of her family who wanted to discuss the case.We’ve kept in contact and at their suggestion, we’re republishing the episode ad-free today, re-mastered and slightly updated, to keep Beverley's memory fresh and make sure she isn't forgotten.To be continued....See photos: Bev's killer sure was tidy by Tom Brodbeck, Winnipeg Sun Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
24/10/231h 32m

The Brampton High School Shootings

In 1975, a teenager walked into his high school carrying two rifles in a black guitar case.This is the story of the first ever mass shooting at a secondary school in Canada, and how it spurred changes to Canadian firearms laws.More info:1975 SCHOOL SHOOTING: "There were not words to describe this sort of thing..." - Brampton GuardianA TRAGEDY’S LONG SHADOW - Toronto StarBrampton Centennial has built a memorial to help the 1975 school shooting survivors heal - CBC NewsGiveaway: Hot Docs Podcast Festival - Creators ForumTo support local creators in podcasting, Canadian True Crime has teamed up with Acast to give away five (5) Creators Passes to the Hot Docs Podcast Festival 2023 Creators Forum - October 19 and 20.More details and how to enter - deadline is end of day Tuesday, October 10Podcast recommendation:Severed Affair: The Gruesome Murder of Shad Thyrion, a Law&Crime OriginalCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime, who offer support, research and education to survivors, victims and their families.Learn more at crcvc.ca.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/10/231h 13m

The Truth About Canada's Opioid Crisis—Part 3

[ Part 3 of 3 ] The truth about Canada’s Opioid Crisis is complicated and multi-faceted, but many experts in the field are clear about what’s going wrong.In this final part, we'll explore the evidence and data, and delve into what addiction is and where it originates.We'll look at what grief-stricken families are saying about Canada's slow and limited response to the opioid crisis—and what they are demanding be done instead.Finally, we’ll circle back to Mary Breen for her reflections on the sentencing hearing for the young man convicted of selling her daughter Sophie the fentanyl that killed her.Resources for those affected by the Opioid Crisis:Provincial Resources - Moms Stop the HarmOpioid Resources - Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction About Opioids - Canada.caMore info:Any Kind of Luck at All a memoir by Mary Fairhurst Breen (Sophie Breen's mother)Overdose: Heartbreak and Hope in Canada's Opioid Crisis by Benjamin PerrinIndictment: The Criminal Justice System on Trial by Benjamin PerrinCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.In honour of August 31, International Overdose Awareness day, we’ve donated to Moms Stop the Harm.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
12/09/2356m 33s

The Truth About Canada's Opioid Crisis—Part 2

Content warning: this episode includes mentions of Indigenous trauma, residential schools and the 60s scoop.[ Part 2 of 3 ] Through the stories of four young Canadians from completely different walks of life—who all met the same devastating fate, we explore how Canada got itself into the mess that is the opioid crisis. In this episode, you'll hear the stories of Skye Crassweller and Morgan Goodridge.Resources for those affected by the Opioid Crisis:Provincial Resources - Moms Stop the HarmOpioid Resources - Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction About Opioids - Canada.caMore info:SKYE CRASSWELLER (REPORT): Skye’s Legacy: A focus on belonging - Office of the Representative for Children and Youth MORGAN GOODRIDGE: After her son died of an overdose, this woman wants to fight opioid crisis with urgency of COVID-19, CBC Radio, 2020Overdose: Heartbreak and Hope in Canada's Opioid Crisis, by Benjamin PerrinCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.In honour of August 31, International Overdose Awareness day, we’ve donated to Moms Stop the Harm.Release schedule: Part 3 will be released to all September 12. For premium feed subscribers, it will be available ad-free September 7.Listen ad-free and early: CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full credits, resources, information sources and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
06/09/2356m 30s

The Truth About Canada's Opioid Crisis—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 3 ] Through the stories of four young Canadians from completely different walks of life—who all met the same devastating fate, we explore how Canada got itself into the mess that is the opioid crisis. Sophie Breen, Seth MacLean, Skye Crassweller and Morgan Goodridge were among the almost 40,000 Canadians who have died of toxic drug poisoning since 2016. Most of these deaths were accidental, caused by street drugs contaminated with deadly illegal fentanyl.In this series, we learn what their families are saying about the current response to the opioid crisis, as we explore answers to urgent questions:How do we stop the steadily rising drug poisoning deaths?And why are so many Canadians seeking oblivion to escape from their pain in the first place?Special thanks to the families of Sophie Breen, Seth MacLean and Morgan Goodridge.Resources for those affected by the Opioid Crisis:Provincial Resources - Moms Stop the HarmOpioid Resources - Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction About Opioids - Canada.caMore information:Sophie Breen - Our family member died of a fentanyl overdose. We don’t think the man who supplied the drugs should go to prison by Mary Fairhurst Breen and Emma Feltes, Globe & MailSeth MacLean died in July. Authorities buried him weeks later without telling his family by John Lancaster, CBC newsCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.In honour of August 31, International Overdose Awareness day, we’ve donated to Moms Stop the Harm.Weekly release schedule. Listen ad-free and early: CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full credits, resources, information sources and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29/08/231h 12m

The Legacy Christian Academy Scandal—Part 3

[ Part 3 of 3 ] The allegations result in criminal charges.#legacyofabuseContent Warning: This series is about allegations of physical, sexual, psychological and spiritual abuse of students and minors at their church-run Christian school. There is heavy focus on corporal punishment, details of grooming and sexual assault of minors, mention of anti-LGBTQ+ and racist rhetoric, mention of self-harm and suicidal ideation. While these allegations have resulted in criminal charges, they haven’t yet been proven or tested in court.More info:CLASS ACTION: See Latest info and download the Legal Statement of Claim [PDF]CBC News investigation: Exorcisms, violent discipline and other abuse alleged by former students of private Sask. Christian school | CBC News by Jason WarickView News clippings and other archival evidence downloaded [PDF]Follow Caitlin Erickson on Twitter and TiktokSubscribe to the Legacy of Abuse Podcast and follow on TikTok, Twitter, and PatreonDonate to the gofundme for the Legacy of Abuse Class Action Lawsuit.FULL LIST of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesListen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
03/08/2350m 45s

The Legacy Christian Academy Scandal—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 3 ] Caitlin Erickson makes a discovery that prompts her to give a statement to police.#legacyofabuseContent Warning: This series is about allegations of physical, sexual, psychological and spiritual abuse of students and minors at their church-run Christian school. There is heavy focus on corporal punishment, details of grooming and sexual assault of minors, mention of anti-LGBTQ+ and racist rhetoric, mention of self-harm and suicidal ideation. While these allegations have resulted in criminal charges, they haven’t yet been proven or tested in court.More info:CLASS ACTION: See Latest info and download the Legal Statement of Claim [PDF]CBC News investigation: Exorcisms, violent discipline and other abuse alleged by former students of private Sask. Christian school | CBC News by Jason WarickView News clippings and other archival evidence downloaded [PDF]Follow Caitlin Erickson on Twitter and TiktokSubscribe to the Legacy of Abuse Podcast and follow on TikTok, Twitter, and PatreonDonate to the gofundme for the Legacy of Abuse Class Action Lawsuit.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesListen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
03/08/2353m 22s

The Legacy Christian Academy Scandal—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 3 ] Since August of 2022, a cascade of distressing allegations have come to light by former students of a deeply intertwined evangelical Christian school and the church that runs it. So far, criminal charges have been laid on four men in positions of authority.... and more are likely to come.CONTENT WARNING: This series is about allegations of physical, sexual, psychological and spiritual abuse of students and minors at their church-run Christian school. There is heavy focus on corporal punishment, details of grooming and sexual assault of minors, mention of anti-LGBTQ+ and racist rhetoric, mention of self-harm and suicidal ideation. There are also details of religious, spiritual and supernatural beliefs as they relate to these specific allegations.While these allegations have resulted in criminal charges, they haven’t yet been proven or tested in court.In this three-part series, you’ll hear the stories that led to these allegations, as we explore how a set of beliefs that demand absolute conformity and obedience from children—and rely on physical punishment as the main motivator, can be ripe for unchecked abuse. Years of alleged gaslighting, conditioning and indoctrination set up students of Legacy Christian Academy and schools like it to be “perfect victims”—taught to blindly submit to authority, doubt the reality of their own experiences, and fear any number of consequences for speaking up.More info:CLASS ACTION: See Latest info and download the Legal Statement of Claim [PDF]CBC News investigation: Exorcisms, violent discipline and other abuse alleged by former students of private Sask. Christian school | CBC News by Jason WarickFollow Caitlin Erickson on Twitter and TiktokSubscribe to the Legacy of Abuse Podcast and follow on TikTok, Twitter, and PatreonDonate to the GoFundMe for the Legacy of Abuse Class Action Lawsuit.See the full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
27/07/231h 4m

Antonio Scopelliti

Three emergency phone calls, two dead teenagers, one smoking gun, and no witnesses—besides the man who was responsible.This is a landmark case that famed criminal defence lawyer Edward L Greenspan would cite as being one of two he worked on over his career that he found to be especially satisfying.Although this particular case flew under the radar, it would have a profound impact on another very high-profile case that we covered last year in this podcast.More info:Greenspan, the Case for the Defence, by Edward Greenspan and George Jonas, 1987[Greenspan] fell in love with the romance of the law... by Sean Fine, The Globe and Mail, 2014SEBASTIAN BURNS and ATIF RAFAY:Washington: no death penalty for Rafay and Burns, CBC News, 2001MICHAEL BRYANT:Decades-old ruling influenced decision to drop charges in Bryant case by Shannon Kari, National Post, 2010 injustice.Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.To commemorate Pride month we’ve donated to the Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity who provide education, research and advocacy to empower gender and sexually diverse communities.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
27/06/231h 3m

Mary Davis Nelles

Dream husband, dream wedding, dream honeymoon, dream home - Mary had it all by the age of 26. But a nightmare was waiting for her just around the corner…More information:Madison Scott Update:  Article in the Prince George Citizen Anyone with information to further the investigation should contact the RCMP Tipline at 778-290-5291 or 1-877- 543-4822.Listen to episode 80: The Disappearance of Madison Scott. Mary Nelles: Philanthropist's cousin...... by Tamara Cherry, Toronto StarEccentric Millionaire "Like a tortured soul", Toronto StarSee pictures on the Canadian True Crime Facebook  Instagram  TwitterFor reference: Couple in dispute with landlord over basement mould before killing: Hamilton Police, Global NewsCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.To commemorate Pride month we’ve donated to the Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity who provide education, research and advocacy to empower gender and sexually diverse communities.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast, giving you access 24 hours early without the ads. Please note: case-based episodes will always be available to all, we will never put them exclusively behind a paywall.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/06/231h 13m

Colin Thatcher and the Murder of JoAnn Wilson—Part 3

[ Part 3 of 3 ] Accusations of coaching witnesses and shaky alibis are levelled at the defenders and supporters of Colin Thatcher. His own contribution from the stand? Deny, deny, deny. And though the jury comes to a verdict, this story doesn’t end there.Content Warning: this episode contains mentions of domestic abuse.Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated in memory of JoAnn Wilson to the Regina Transition House, an emergency crisis shelter for women and children in the city. Learn more at www.reginatransitionhouse.ca.More information:A Canadian Tragedy: JoAnn and Colin Thatcher: A Story of Love and Hate by Maggie SigginsPodcast recommendation: True Crime BylineFull list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21/05/231h 23m

Colin Thatcher and the Murder of JoAnn Wilson—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 3 ] After JoAnn Wilson was shot in the shoulder in her kitchen, she backed down from the custody fight. Colin Thatcher was rewarded for outlasting her, but his fixation was far from over. A series of witnesses would come forward with information almost impossible to believe, revealing a political liability hiding a multitude of secrets behind closed doors.Content Warning: this episode contains mentions of domestic abuse.The final part of this series will be released on Sunday, May 21.LISTEN EARLY & AD FREE: Part 3 will be released mid-week on the premium feeds, where you can listen without any of the ads. CTC premium feeds release episodes at least 24 hours early and are available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast.More information:A Canadian Tragedy: JoAnn and Colin Thatcher: A Story of Love and Hate by Maggie SigginsCycle of Abuse: Understanding the 4 PartsFull list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
14/05/231h 15m

Colin Thatcher and the Murder of JoAnn Wilson—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 3 ] This is the high-profile tale of one of Canada’s most controversial political families. Several twisted tragedies are wrapped up in this decades-long saga with themes of love and hate, violence and revenge, power and control, divided families and shattered lives—all set against the 1980s backdrop of rural Saskatchewan.Content Warning: this episode contains mentions of domestic abuse.This is a weekly series: Parts 2 and 3 will be released to all on May 14 and 21.Listen ad-free and early on CTC premium feeds, available on Amazon Music (included with Prime), Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast.Newsletter Recommendation - Pod The NorthPod The North - a newsletter about Canadian podcast discovery and ecosystem commentary by Kattie LaurMore information:The Facts about Gender-Based ViolenceA Canadian Tragedy: JoAnn and Colin Thatcher: A Story of Love and Hate by Maggie Siggins.Full list of resources, information sources, credits and music credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/05/231h 9m

The Murder of January Lapuz

In 2012, a beloved community figure was killed in her own home in an extremely violent attack. It would take a while to learn what happened to her and who was responsible, but the immense loss of her absence was felt immediately by all who knew her - or knew of her."Hi. My name is January. I know it's a cold month, but I make it hot!"CONTENT WARNING:This episode is about the death of a transgender person, and it also includes brief details of Indigenous trauma and residential schools. 24/7 Crisis Line for Indian Residential School Survivors: call 1-800-721-0066More information:Kelly Favro / Publican Ban: GoFundMe (for those able to donate financially).About January: Watch My Name Was January, Sher Vancouver, Sher Vancouver Podcast and Youth AwardFull list of resources, information sources, and credits: See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesCTC Episode 50: The Murder of Tracy Tom Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to the Sher Vancouver LGBTQ+ Friends SocietyListen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Special thanks to Alex Sangha and Ash Brar from Sher Vancouver.Research: Eliot NewtonWriting, sound design, additional research: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production, theme songs: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeScript consulting: Carol WeinbergDisclaimer voiced by Erik Krosby Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/04/231h 1m

The Lake Family Murders—Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] Sensational trials are held for three members of the Bannister family to get to the truth of what happened to the Lake family that night—and why a baby was at the centre of it all.Warning: this series includes the death of a young child. Please take care when listening.Old Dorchester County Jail, New Brunswick:https://dorchesterjail.com/Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Research and writing: Eileen MacfarlaneAdditional research and writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production, theme songs: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse Hawke Script consulting: Carol WeinbergDisclaimer voiced by Erik KrosbyFor the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/04/2354m 11s

The Lake Family Murders–Part 1

[Part 1 of 2] One snowy night, a young family fell victim to a terrible accident…. or so it seemed. What really happened to this family - and why - would become fodder for national and international headlines that only got more curious as the investigation progressed.This two-part series covers a historical case that resulted in the first ever kidnapping trial in the province of New Brunswick and the last double hanging in Canada.Warning: this series includes the death of a young child. Please take care when listening.Podcast recommendations:CBC Podcasts: The No Good, Terribly Kind, Wonderful Lives and Tragic Deaths of Barry and Honey ShermanToronto Star: Suspicion | The Billionaire Murders: The hunt for the killers of Honey and Barry ShermanCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Research and writing: Eileen MacfarlaneAdditional research and writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production, theme songs: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeScript consulting: Carol WeinbergDisclaimer voiced by Erik KrosbyFor the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
26/03/2351m 36s

Kelly Favro's Story—Part 2

Content warning: This series includes graphic descriptions of sexual violence. Please see resources below.Victoria, British Columbia[Part 2 of 2] Kelly Favro learns she is not alone. Along the way, she meets other sexual assault survivors who also discovered publication bans had been put on their names without their consent - including Jade Neilson and Samantha Geiger. They all experienced negative impacts in completely separate ways, but they agreed that no other sexual assault survivors should have to go through the same experience of law-enforced silence and isolation that they’ve been told is for their own good.Special thanks to Kelly Favro, Jade Neilson and Samantha Geiger.---------------------------------------------------------------SIGN THE PETITION Sign the petition now to give victim-complainants more agency and choice when it comes to publication bans on their names.Deadline: 9am EST on March 10th, 2023Follow on twitter: @AmendPubBanLaws Visit website: www.MyVoiceMyChoice.orgMore information:Samantha Geiger’s storyJade Neilson’s storyMorrell Andrews’ story and victim impact statementCourt document removing Kelly's publication banResources for Sexual Violence and Abuse:REES CommunityEnding Violence CanadaListen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. For the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/03/231h 1m

Kelly Favro's Story—Part 1

Content warning: This series includes graphic descriptions of sexual violence. If you or anyone you know is experiencing sexual violence and abuse, help is available. Please see resources below.Victoria, British Columbia[Part 1 of 2] In this two-part series, we explore Kelly Favro's harrowing journey from surviving a two-hour sexual assault to becoming the first person in British Columbia to have a publication ban removed from her name - by herself.Publication bans are routinely ordered to protect the privacy of vulnerable participants in the criminal justice system. But in the case of sexual assault complainants, what if they didn’t actually consent to the publication ban? What if they don’t want it?What happens when publication bans backfire?Along the way, Kelly met many other sexual assault survivors and learned that she was not alone. You’ll also hear the stories of Jade Neilson and Samantha Geiger, two survivors who discovered publication bans had been put on their names without their consent, and how it impacted them in completely separate but negative ways.It all culminated in a trip to Parliament Hill in Ottawa to fight for changes.--------------------------------Special thanks to Kelly Favro.Please help sexual assault survivors Sign the petition now to give victim-complainants more agency and choice when it comes to publication bans on their names.Eligibility: Citizens and residents of Canada are eligible to sign the petitionDeadline: 9am EST on March 10th, 2023Follow on twitter: @AmendPubBanLaws More information:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesResources for Sexual Violence and Abuse:REES Community - Canada Sexual Assault Centres by province or postal codeEnding Violence Canada - Sexual Assault Centres, Crisis Lines and Support ServicesListen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Writing, research, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeScript consulting: Carol WeinbergTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by Erik KrosbyFor the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
06/03/231h 8m

The Rallo Family Murders—Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] The trial of Jon Rallo continues. Jon testifies in his own defence, but the crown would present evidence that suggested a very different version of events.  What really happened to Sandra, Jason and Stephanie? Would there be justice in this case?This two-part series provides a snapshot of Canadian history at a pivotal time for both the burgeoning city of Hamilton and the criminal justice system.An additional content warning: this case includes the murder of a child, although no graphic details will be given. Please take care when listening.More information:SECRETS: The untold story of triple killer Jon Rallo by Susan Clairmont for the Hamilton SpectatorCourt DocumentTORSO - The Evelyn Dick Case: CAMPBELL, Marjorie Freeman.: 9780770512033: Books - Amazon.caFamilicide in Canada: 2010-2019 | Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention InitiativeCharacteristics of 4 Types of Family MurderersCanadian True Crime episode 32 - The Shafia FamilyCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Interval House of Hamilton, an organization that provides emergency shelter, safety planning and support services for women with or without children that have experienced abuse or violence.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Research: Gemma HarrisWriting, sound design, additional research: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeScript consulting: Carol WeinbergTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by Erik KrosbyFor the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/02/231h 19m

The Rallo Family Murders—Part 1

[Part 1 of 2] In the summer of 1976, the Rallo family appeared to be living the picture perfect family life in the “Golden Horseshoe” area of Southern Ontario.Parents Jon and Sandra with young children Jason and Stephanie had enjoyed a warm family summer full of trips to visit grandparents and swimming... that is, until one morning when Jon woke up to an empty house, and a devastating note.This two-part series provides a snapshot of Canadian history at a pivotal time for both the burgeoning city of Hamilton and the criminal justice system.An additional content warning: this case includes the murder of a child, although no graphic details will be given. Please take care when listening.Release schedule:Part 2 will be released to everyone on February 22 - one week after Part 1.If you're listening ad-free on a premium feed, Part 2 is available now on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Interval House of Hamilton, an organization that provides emergency shelter, safety planning and support services for women with or without children that have experienced abuse or violence.Credits:Research: Gemma HarrisWriting, sound design, additional research: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeScript consulting: Carol WeinbergTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by Erik KrosbyFor the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/02/231h

UPDATED: The Renfrew County Massacre

ONTARIO  The updated story of the worst-ever case of intimate-partner violence in Ontario—and one of the worst in Canadian history.  In 2015, the lives of three women - Nathalie Warmerdam, Anastasia Kuzyk and Carol Culleton - were snuffed out within hours of each other in a violent murder spree that could have been prevented.Resources for Domestic ViolenceCanada: https://endingviolencecanada.org/getting-help-2/US: https://www.thehotline.org/Signs you’re in an abusive relationship - and how to get helpSongs for Murdered Sisters 2023 Mini TourNow called Atwood, Heggie & Brahms - see ticket info hereWebsite: www.songsformurderedsisters.com/ Podcast recommendation: Devil in the DormIn late 2010, a middle-aged man moved into his daughter's college dorm and created what has all the hallmarks of a cult. Over the decade that followed, he extorted millions of dollars from vulnerable young adults through violence, psychological torture, and forced sex work. You can listen to Law&Crime’s Devil in the Dorm now exclusively on Wondery Plus. Find Wondery Plus in the Wondery app or on Apple Podcasts. Available on Wondery + Renfrew County Inquiry Reporthttps://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/coroners-inquest-intimate-partner-violence-renfrew-probation-1.6503862https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/lanark-county-declares-intimate-partner-violence-an-epidemic-1.6689222Each month, Canadian True Crime donates an organization that supports people facing injustice.This month’s donation has again gone to:Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew CountyAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastFor the full list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/02/231h 39m

Revisiting Canada's Largest Manhunt

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND YUKON |  A six week manhunt for a mysterious fugitive who seemed to have superhuman abilities, set against the icy backdrop of the Arctic North in winter. The remarkable search party included RCMP, Indigenous trackers, fur trappers, and even legendary WWI pilot Captain Wop May.Please note: this is a re-mastered and updated re-release of a previous episode. Canadian True Crime will be back with a new episode February 15. Thanks so much for your ongoing support and patience! :)Correction note: although original sources name Gwich'in Special Constable as Lazarus Sittichoulis, we've since learned that his name is actually Lazarous Sittichinli. Our apologies for the error.Credits:Research: Cailen SwainResearch and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsFull list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
18/01/231h 8m

The Maple Syrup Heist of 2011

Quebec This is the story of Canada’s most valuable theft—perhaps the most Canadian crime ever committed.It was July of 2011, and Avik Caron had a kind of nervous excitement. An opportunity had fallen into his lap to stick it to the “Maple Syrup Mafia” – and, of course, line his pockets with cash as he did so. The problem was, he didn't quite know how to do it. But with Maple Syrup worth over ten times more per barrel than crude oil, what did he have to lose?More information: Winnipeg serial killer targeting Indigenous women 3 First Nations women, 1 unidentified woman were victims of alleged serial killer: Winnipeg police (includes pictures of "Buffalo Girl's" jacket)Community mourns loss of young woman who 'always had a heart for everything' (Rebecca Contois) No hope' of successful recovery of alleged serial killer's victims in landfill: Winnipeg police includes video of press conference with family members Winnipeg serial killings’ cruel details evoke horror — and familiarity. ‘I’m tired of being in danger’ Accused killer's allegedly hate-filled online presence should be factored into investigation, trial: expertsAlleged Winnipeg serial killer threatened to kill 2 previous partners, court records revealListen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. FULL LIST of resources, information sources, and credits used to make this series:The full list can be found at the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.Credits:Research, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse Hawke Theme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/12/221h 7m

The Trial of Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard—Part 5

Content warning: graphic details of sexual violence[Part 5 of 5] This final part of the series wraps up the 2022 trial of Jacob Hoggard, exploring how the jury may have arrived at that split verdict and the new information that came out at sentencing. We'll circle back to tie up some loose ends, including the intended testimony from one particular witness who was excluded from the trial, and lastly.... that mysterious 2005 incident at The Embassy Hotel in London Ontario. If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence or abuse, you are not alone. Resources for Sexual Violence and Abuse: REES Community, Ending Violence Canada FULL LIST of resources, information sources, and credits used to make this series:The full list can be found at the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.Get early, ad-free access via CTC premium feeds, available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Good Night Out Vancouver & Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre.Credits:Research: Eileen MacFarlane of Crimelapse PodcastAdditional research, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29/11/221h 26m

The Trial of Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard—Part 4

Content warning: This episode includes graphic details of alleged sexual assault specifically involving a minor.[Part 4 of 5] The May 2022 trial of Jacob Hoggard continues, with testimony from complainant “Emma”, Jacob Hoggard himself, and the jury's verdict. Resources for Sexual Violence and Abuse:REES CommunityEnding Violence Canada More information:Court documentsCourt reporting of Alyshah Hasham for the Toronto StarLive tweets from Sean O'Shea for Global NewsDispelling the myths about sexual assault | Ontario.caReporting by Judy Trinh:New Kirkland Lake complainant"Emma from Ottawa""Jessica from Toronto" Get early, ad-free access via CTC premium feeds, available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Research: Eileen MacFarlane of Crimelapse PodcastAdditional research, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/11/221h 24m

The Trial of Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard—Part 3

Content warning: This episode includes graphic details of alleged sexual assault specifically involving a minor.[Part 3 of 5] The trial of Jacob Hoggard started in May of 2022. The first complainant to testify would be the underage complainant who was only 15 and 16 years old at the time of her encounters with Hoggard. More information:Court reporting of Alyshah Hasham for the Toronto StarDispelling the myths about sexual assault | Ontario.caPutting Trials on Trial: Sexual Assault and the Failure of the Legal Profession: Craig, Elaine: 9780773552777: Books - Amazon.caNavigating Mutual Consent Agreements - lessons from BDSM/kink communitiesWhat BDSM can teach us about consentResources for Sexual Violence and Abuse:REES CommunityEnding Violence CanadaCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Good Night Out Vancouver & Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre.Release scheduleNovember 22 and 29.Get early, ad-free access via CTC premium feeds, available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Research: Eileen MacFarlane of Crimelapse PodcastAdditional research, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/11/221h 5m

The Trial of Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 5 ] CONTENT WARNING: Graphic details of violent sexual assault and allegations involving a minor. After the allegations of Jacob Hoggard’s inappropriate behaviour with fans surfaced on social media, a survivor finds the courage to come forward and detail her own violent experience with the Hedley frontman. And she isn’t alone for long.More information:"Emma's" story: 'I said stop': Ottawa woman accuses Hedley singer Jacob Hoggard of rape by Judy Trinh"Jessica's" story: Woman accuses Hedley singer Jacob Hoggard of ignoring her ground rules during sex by Judy TrinhResources for Sexual Violence and Abuse:REES CommunityEnding Violence CanadaCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Good Night Out Vancouver & Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre.Release scheduleNovember 15, 22 and 29.Get early, ad-free access via CTC premium feeds, available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. Credits:Research: Eileen MacFarlane of Crimelapse PodcastAdditional research, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse HawkeTheme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of resources, information sources, and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
08/11/221h 9m

The Trial of Hedley’s Jacob Hoggard—Part 1

[Part 1 of 5] CONTENT WARNING: Graphic details of violent sexual assault and allegations involving a minor.FROM CANADIAN IDOL TO CONVICTED SEX OFFENDERAs frontman for the pop-rock band Hedley, Jacob Hoggard was known for pushing boundaries—both on and off the stage. By 2022 he would also be known as one of Canada's most notorious sex offenders. How did his behaviour go unchecked for so long? This series explores how the rise and downfall of Jacob Hoggard in the era of #metoo, and how myths around consent, rape and groupie culture continue to dominate the social discourse... and our criminal justice system. Resources for survivors of sexual violence and abuse:REES Community - Canada SA Centres by province or postal codeEnding Violence Canada - SA Centres, Crisis Lines and Support ServicesRelease scheduleTo be released weekly on November 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29.Listen ad-free and early:CTC premium feeds are available on Amazon Music - included with Prime, Apple Podcasts, Patreon and Supercast. More information:The Cult Of Hedley: Why Jacob Hoggard’s Diehard Female Fans Are Sticking By Him No Matter What by Courtney SheaBroken idol: The early star power, warning signs and eventual conviction of Jacob Hoggard by Charles JohnstonWhy police dismiss 1 in 5 sexual assault claims as baseless by Robyn DoolittleThe Law of Consent in Sexual Assault from Women’s Legal Education & Action Fund (LEAF)Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Good Night Out Vancouver & Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre.Full credits and list of resources and information sources:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/11/221h 11m

The Murder of Robert LeVoir

FORT McMURRAY | In 2002, the family of 25-year-old DJ Robert LeVoir reported him missing after they hadn't heard from him for two weeks. But the RCMP didn't seem to be doing much to help, in fact they didn't publicly announce Robert's disappearance for 8 months. Understandably frustrated by the lack of progress, his family had no way of knowing that an elaborate plan to discover what had happened to Robert was already being set in motion behind closed doors. Correction note: since releasing this episode, we've been advised that Robert LeVoir's surname isn't the French pronunciation; it's instead pronounced Le-Vor. We're not able to correct all the instances of this in the episode, but our sincere apologies to anyone affected by this error.AD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCredits:Research and writing: Emily G Thompson of Morbidology PodcastAdditional research and writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsProduction assistance: Jesse Hawke Theme songs by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of credits and information sourcesSee the page for each episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/10/221h 21m

Major Case Updates and Feedback 2022—Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] Cases that have had notable or major updates.Approximate timestamps:1:00 The Johnson Bentley Family Murders5:30 The Abbotsford Killer9:00 The Murder of Jagtar Gill15:00 Lush & Whiteway Families20:00 The Renfrew County Murders - 2022 Inquiry28:00 The Brentwood Five36:00 The Death of Ezekiel StephanAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCredits:Research: Enya BestNarration, writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsTheme song and stingers: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True  Information sources:https://docs.google.com/document/d/12CN8SlHyYfrwMZQskoh9PYyyuCTG1t-E90ZnP498h1o/edit?usp=sharing Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/10/2247m 39s

Major Case Updates and Feedback 2022—Part 1

[Part 1 of 2] These episodes take you through cases we've covered that have had major or notable updates, or have attracted notable feedback. Kristi will also be responding to some of the most common feedback received. Approximate timestamps:(Give or take a few minutes)3:00 National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - September 30 24-Hour National Residential School Crisis Line 1-866-925-4419 Take Action: The T&R Commission Calls to Action5:00 Remembering the late Diem Saunders - sibling of Loretta Saunders  Read: “Remembering Loretta Saunders: A MMIW Story” by Diem Saunders9:00 Maranda Shelley Peters and Helen Betty Osborne21:00  Supreme Court Decision affecting consecutive sentences:- The Klaus Family Murders- The Quebec City Mosque Shootings- Edward Downey- Derek Saretzky - Crime Beat series Darkness in the Pass- Toronto Van Attack- Dellen Millard & Mark Smich- Douglas Garland- Basil Borutski35:00 The Beatle Bandit - now an awardwinning true crime book by Nate Hendley36:00 The Murder of Laura Letts / Peter Beckett41:00 The Death of Darcy Allan SheppardAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCredits:Research: Enya BestNarration, writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsTheme song and stingers: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueInformation sources:https://docs.google.com/document/d/12CN8SlHyYfrwMZQskoh9PYyyuCTG1t-E90ZnP498h1o/edit?usp=sharing Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/10/221h 6m

The Murder of Samantha Walsh

In the winter of 2000, 13-year-old Samantha Walsh was supposed to walk a short distance home from her grandmother’s house—but she never made it.This is the gripping story of how the tiny seaside town of Fleur De Lys, NL came together to support a local family during a devastating time.More information:Into the Night: The Samantha Walsh Story by Gordon WalshSam's Place websiteSamantha's Saltwater Joys facebook pageFleur de Lys Soapstone Quarry National Historic Site and Museum Canadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime AD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCredits:Research: Gemma HarrisWriting, editing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode  at canadiantruecrime.ca Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/09/221h 17m

FLIGHT 108: The Sault-au-Cochon Tragedy

QUEBEC  | The story of one of the first instances of in-flight bombing, one of the worst mass murders in Canadian history, and the last woman to hang.  In 1949, a passenger plane fell from the sky in the Sault-au-Cochon area of Quebec, killing everyone on board...Full list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode  at canadiantruecrime.caAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastImagesThis long form piece has all the photos and great captions:(Spoilers!)Coupable! (Guilty) by Dave O'Malley on Vintage Wings of CanadaCredits:Research, writing, audio editing: Eileen MacfarlaneAdditional research, writing, sound design, audio production: Kristi LeeTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/08/221h 16m

The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 6

[ Part 6 of 6 ]  The conclusion. Review the evidence:WATCH: The Surveillance Footage at the mid-block pedestrian crosswayWATCH: Eyewitness statements and 911 call audioREAD:    Collision Reconstruction ReportREAD:    Transcript from May 25 2010 Court ProceedingMedia referenced in this episode:READ: Lost Boy: The death of Darcy Allan Sheppard, by Jennifer Wells, December 26, 2013WATCH: Michael Bryant's Ted X TalkREAD: 28 Seconds: A True Story of Addiction, Tragedy, and Hope by Michael Bryant, published by Viking, Toronto, 2012WATCH: Michael Bryant's interview with Amanda Lang on CBC  READ: Darcy's sister Chantel: "Daughter begs for help solving mom’s 2013 murder: ‘Our family needs answers’Canadian True Crime donates monthly to those facing injustice.This month we have donated to: Bicycle Messenger Emergency Fund Full list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode  at canadiantruecrime.caCredits:Research and production assistance: Haley GrayAudio editing: Eileen MacfarlaneResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/07/221h 56m

The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 5

[ Part 5 of 6 ] After the court proceeding comes to a close, things continue to snowball, leading Darcy Allan Sheppard's loved ones and supporters to press harder for the truth. Review the available evidence*:WATCH: The Surveillance Footage at the mid-block pedestrian crosswayMichael Bryant's book 28 Seconds states: "It was Darcy Sheppard who, moments later, drove within inches of my driver’s-side door, as our Saab was stopped a little farther west on Bloor Street at an intersection near Avenue Road. It was Darcy Sheppard who then pulled directly in front of our car and spun his bike around to confront us, sneering at me. “Now what’re ya gonna do?”WATCH: Eyewitness statements and 911 call audioREAD:   Collision Reconstruction ReportREAD:   Transcript from May 25 2010 Court Proceeding* Remember - none of it has been proven in court (crown or defence)Media referenced in this episode:WATCH: Michael Bryant's interview with Amanda Lang on CBC READ: Toronto Life article Michael Bryant's bad year by Leah McLaren WATCH: The Agenda with Steve Paikin - Michael Bryant WATCH: The Agenda with Steve Paikin - Allan SheppardAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or Supercast Full list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.caCredits:Research and production assistance: Haley GrayAudio editing: Eileen MacfarlaneResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/06/221h 20m

The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 4

[ Part 4 of 6 ] The rest of Michael Bryant's version of events is provided to the court by the special independent prosecutor, as he explained his decision to withdraw the charges. At the time, the court heard that Bryant's version of events lined up with the evidence, but years later when documents containing details of a large amount of that evidence were publicly released, a different story emerges. Resources referenced:WATCH: Surveillance video released briefly by the mediaWATCH: Eyewitness statements and 911 call audioREAD:   Collision Reconstruction ReportREAD:   Transcript from May 25 2010 Court ProceedingFull list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode  at canadiantruecrime.caCredits:Research and production assistance: Haley GrayResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing: We Talk of DreamsTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/06/221h 5m

The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 3

TORONTO, ONTARIO[ Part 3 of 6 ] In this episode, the Collision Reconstruction experts determine what happened in the incident that led to Darcy's death, Michael Bryant finally reveals his side of the story, and more.Resources referenced:WATCH: Surveillance video released briefly by the mediaWATCH: Eyewitness statements and 911 call audioREAD: Collision Reconstruction ReportREAD: Transcript from May 25 2010 Court ProceedingFull list of resources and information sources and credits:See the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.caAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice. This month we have donated to: Bicycle Messenger Emergency FundCredits:Research and production assistance: Haley GrayResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing: We Talk of DreamsTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
08/06/221h 13m

The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 6 ] Unravelling the aftermath of the incident that caused Darcy Allan Sheppard’s death—the twists and turns that came with each new day, and how investigators worked to get to the truth of exactly what happened.Important articles mentioned:Cyclist may have grabbed Bryant, wheel: police, uncredited, CBC News, September 2, 2009Spinning the first week of Michael Bryant’s new life, by Linda Diebel, September 5, 2009Michael Bryant’s spin class by Joe Friesen, September 18, 2009Michael Bryant and self-defence, uncredited, Ottawa Citizen Opinion, September 3, 2009-See full list of media articles  Podcast Recommendation:Law&Crime SidebarSubscribe on Apple PodcastsSubscribe on SpotifySubscribe to the YouTube channelAD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCredits:Research: Haley GrayResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeProduction assistance: Aviva LessardProduction assistance: Haley GrayAudio editing: We Talk of DreamsTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of credits, resources and information sources See the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/06/221h 2m

The Death of Darcy Allan Sheppard—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 6 ] On a warm summer evening in 2009 there was a violent collision on a downtown Toronto street, an incident so unimaginable that it left bystanders shocked and confused. The evening’s events dominated the headlines and would be hotly debated for years to come but one thing was certain: the very different lives of the two men involved would never be the same.Note: This series was originally four parts, but ended up being six.If you’re a subscriber on Apple Podcasts, Supercast and Patreon, look out for early release of ad-free episodes.Full list of resources, information sources and more:See the page for this episode at the Canadian True Crime websiteCredits:Research: Haley GrayResearch, writing, sound design: Kristi LeeProduction assistance, creative direction: Aviva LessardProduction assistance: Haley GrayAudio editing: We Talk of DreamsTheme by We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
25/05/221h 13m

Revisiting the Shell Lake Massacre

Today in this special episode, we take a look back at one of the early Canadian True Crime episodes - the story of Saskatchewan’s worst mass murder. You'll hear a never-before-told story about why this episode was very different from the rest.Early one morning in 1967, 21-year-old Victor Hoffman was in the midst of a serious mental health crisis, a crisis that would have tragic consequences for an unsuspecting local family.Credits: Writer, researcher and narrator: Kristi LeeAudio production and original scoring: Erik KrosbyAdditional editing, mixing: Mike MigasMain resources and further reading:‘Schizophrenia, Mass Murder, and The Law’ by F.H. Kahan, Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Volume 2, Number 3, 1973, Pp. 127-146Marking 50 years since the Shell Lake murders, Canada's worst random mass killing by Bonnie Allan, CBC NewsRampage: Canadian Mass Murder and Spree Killing by Lee MellorCasefile: True Crime Podcast They Walk Among Us: UK True Crime They Walk Among America Felon True Crime podcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/05/221h

The Murder of Helen Betty Osborne—Part 3

[Part 3 of 3]  In 1971, Indigenous high school student Helen Betty Osborne was abducted  and brutally murdered near The Pas, Manitoba.When Betty’s body was found hours later at nearby Clearwater Lake, it was clear she had been the victim of a heinous crime. But it would take many, many years for the truth of what really happened to Betty to come to light—ultimately exposing the depths of racial injustice in the small town.Crisis Line for Indian Residential School SurvivorsFor CRISIS SUPPORT 24/7 call 1-800-721-0066Current unsolved #MMIWG cases from The Pas and surrounding areas:Amanda Sophia Bartlett, 18Elizabeth Mae Dorion, 44Josephine Martin, 58Kendara Ballantyne, 18Also: Morris Linklater, 18 year old male went missing in September of 2020Take Action - No More Stolen SistersRead the 2021 campaign guideMore resourcesReport of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of ManitobaRead the full reportKey sections: Historical Overview, Treaty Rights, Helen Betty OsborneCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to:Indian residential school survivors societyCredits:Research and writing, narration, sound design: Kristi LeeSpecial thanks to Charlie from CrimelinesAudio editing: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of credits and information sourcesSee the applicable page for each episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/04/221h 9m

The Murder of Helen Betty Osborne—Part 2

Manitoba | In 1971, Indigenous high school student Helen Betty Osborne was abducted and brutally murdered near The Pas, Manitoba.When Betty’s body was found hours later at nearby Clearwater Lake, it was clear she had been the victim of a heinous crime. But it would take many, many years for the truth of what really happened to Betty to come to light—ultimately exposing the depths of racial injustice in the small town.Crisis Line for Indian Residential School SurvivorsFor CRISIS SUPPORT 24/7 call 1-800-721-0066Report of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of ManitobaRead the full reportKey sections: Historical Overview, Treaty Rights, Helen Betty OsborneCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to:Indian residential school survivors societyTrue Crime Podcast Festival 2022Dallas, Texas, August 26-28. Learn more and buy tickets AD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastCredits:Research and writing, narration, sound design: Kristi LeeSpecial thanks to Charlie from CrimelinesAudio editing: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of credits and information sourcesSee the applicable page for each episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
08/04/2251m 27s

The Murder of Helen Betty Osborne—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 3 ] In 1971, Indigenous high school student Helen Betty Osborne was abducted and brutally murdered near The Pas, Manitoba.When Betty’s body was found hours later at nearby Clearwater Lake, it was clear she had been the victim of a heinous crime. But it would take many, many years for the truth of what really happened to Betty to come to light—ultimately exposing the depths of racial injustice in the small town.Release schedule:Part 2: Available to everyone April 8*Part 3: Available to everyone April 15** Ad-free versions will be available slightly early via our premium feeds on Apple Podcasts, Patreon and SupercastCrisis Line for Indian Residential School SurvivorsFor CRISIS SUPPORT 24/7 call 1-800-721-0066Report of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of ManitobaRead the full reportKey sections: Historical Overview, Treaty Rights, Helen Betty OsborneCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to:Indian residential school survivors societyCredits:Research and writing, narration, sound design: Kristi LeeSpecial thanks to Charlie from CrimelinesAudio editing: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueFull list of credits and information sourcesSee the applicable page for each episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/04/2252m 30s

The Beatle Bandit—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 2 ] The shocking conclusion to this historical Canadian crime saga. AD-FREE episodes are available via our Premium FeedsSign up via Apple Podcasts, Patreon or Supercast Full list of credits and information sourcesSee the applicable page for each episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Research and writing: Kristi LeeTheme song, audio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer: voiced by the host of True Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePod Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/03/2249m 9s

The Beatle Bandit—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 2 ] The unbelievable but true story of a bizarre-looking bank robber who terrorized 1964 Toronto as Beatlemania was gripping the nation. One heist went terribly wrong, ending in a wild shootout that sparked a national debate around gun control, mental health and the death penalty.Part 2 available to everyone March 22Get it ad-free, right now on one of our Premium Feeds: Apple Podcasts, Patreon or SupercastBook Recommendation:This series was written by Nate Hendley for Canadian True Crime based on his new book, The Beatle Bandit: A Serial Bank Robber’s Deadly Heist, a Cross Country Manhunt, and the Insanity Plea that Shook the Nation.ABOUT NATE: Nate Hendley is a Toronto-based journalist, speaker, and author of many books.PURCHASE: The Beatle Bandit is available in paperback, e-book, and audiobook formats at: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Chapters-Indigo Credits:Primary research and writing: Nate HendleyCreative direction, additional research, writing, editing: Kristi LeeSound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/03/2253m 16s

Alberta Naked Kidnappings

In 2017, a bizarre incident occurred near Nisku, Alberta when five people - four of them naked - decided to kidnap their neighbours. The story that unravelled would make international headlines.Podcast recommendation:Connections: The Podcast by We Talk of DreamsUkrainian aid:Donate to Red Cross Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast.Credits:Research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: Erik Krosby, Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams  All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/03/2233m 59s

The Gakhal Family Massacre

BRITISH COLUMBIA | In 1996, a family in Vernon, BC were preparing for a large wedding—but unbeknownst to them, a man was waiting in the sidelines to ruin it all. This is the tragic story of Canada’s third-largest mass shooting and the many lost opportunities that may have prevented it.Podcast recommendationDealing Justice - a podcast about cold cases featured on decks of cardsCanadian True Crime donates monthly. This month we have donated to:Archway Community Services (Formerly Abbotsford Community Services)Archway Society for Domestic Peace  (Formerly Vernon Women’s Transition SocietyThanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast.Credits:Research: Gemma HarrisAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of True Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePod Credits:Research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/02/221h 13m

The Murder of Liu Qian

Sometime after midnight in 2011, 23 year old York University student Liu Qian was chatting to an old friend via webcam as she studied in her tiny basement dorm room in Toronto.But there was a knock at her door—and her friend on the other side of the computer screen would be the only witness to the terror that would unfold.Further information:Open Letter, Artworks and Photos of Liu Qian from her father Liu Jianhui, translated by Professor Charles Burton and published by the Toronto StarCanadian Universities are Failing Students on Sexual Assault, by Zane Schwartz, published in Macleans 2018Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast.Credits:Research: Gemma HarrisAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/02/221h 10m

Karen and Krista Hart—Part 2

[ Part 2 of 2 ] The conclusion of this case of a murder investigation that forever changed the face of the Canadian justice system. Further reading:Mr. Big: The Investigation into the Deaths of Karen and Krista Hart by Colleen Lewis and Jennifer Hicks Podcast recommendation:Casefile - Daniel Morcombe episode 54  Credits:Research and writing: Emily G. Thompson and Eileen MacfarlaneContent advice: Aja RomanoAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Sound design, additional research and writing: Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of True The full list of credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast. Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/01/221h 13m

Karen and Krista Hart—Part 1

[ Part 1 of 2 ] On August 4, 2002, Nelson Hart took his three-year-old twin daughters, Karen and Krista to play by Gander Lake. They both ended up in the water, and the decisions Nelson made in the aftermath baffled everyone—including the RCMP. This is the shocking case of a murder investigation that forever changed the face of the Canadian justice system. Part 2 will be released on Saturday January 22, and it's available now, ad-free on Supercast and Patreon. Podcast recommendation:Voices for Justice - a true crime podcast hosted by Sarah Turney. Canadian True Crime donates monthly. This month we have donated to:Black Lives Matter Canada Credits: Research and writing: Emily G. Thompson and Eileen MacfarlaneContent advice: Aja RomanoSound design, additional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of True The full list of credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast. Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/01/2257m 3s

The Crimes of Noel Winters

NEW BRUNSWICK  | In 1984, human remains were found in garbage bags in a dump in New Brunswick. The story that would unravel would shock locals and leave a lasting legacy on the province.Resources referenced:Review of “Bodies in the Backyard” - by Rachel M Friars on True Crime Index - Twitter: @TrueCrimeIndex Email: truecrimeindex@gmail.comBodies in the Backyard by Brian O’NeillMontreal’s Irish Mafia: The True Story of the Infamous West End Gang by Darcy O’Connor Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast. Credits: Research: Haley GrayAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeSpecial thanks to Rachel M Friars for help with local knowledgeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/12/211h 19m

The Ryan Family Crossbow Murders

TORONTO | In 2016, a disturbance on a quiet street in Scarborough would decimate a family, leaving three dead and another injured. And then, within hours, a bomb squad would be called to an upmarket, waterfront condo in downtown Toronto, revealing a complex web of lies. When a person’s unsettling past catches up with them, what lengths will they go to to prevent the truth from coming out?Further reading - long-form features on this case:The Crossbow Killer - Toronto Life feature by Mark MannThe Untold Story of accused ‘crossbow killer’ Brett Ryan’s robbery spree - Toronto Star feature by Wendy GillisCanadian True Crime donates monthly. This month we have donated to:First Nations Child and Family Caring SocietyThanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Premium Feeds - Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast.Credits: Research and primary writing: Emily G. Thompson of Morbidology PodcastAdditional writing, sound design, mixing and mastering: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/12/2155m 21s

The Rivera and Regier Murders

ONTARIO & QUEBEC | In 2007, residents of Southwest Ontario were gripped by panic as police worked to capture 22 year old Jesse Imeson—an armed, dangerous and unpredictable fugitive.Crisis resources:Crisis services CanadaHealing Childhood Trauma - healthline.com and psychologytoday.comCarlos Rivera’s book:Breaking Down the Wall of SilenceThanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast. Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodCredits: Research: Gemma HarrisWriting: Kristi LeeContent advisor - 2SLGBTQIA+: Eliot Newton https://genderbandit.com/Sound design: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/11/211h 3m

The Nanaimo Mill Shooting

BRITISH COLUMBIA | In 2014, a disgruntled and disillusioned former employee of a Nanaimo sawmill returned to his workplace to seek revenge.Canadian True Crime donates monthly. This month we have donated to:Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime If you or someone you know might be suffering from depression:Understanding and Finding Help For Depression - CAM-HSupporting a family member or friend with depression - MayoclinicWorkplace Violence resources curtesy of Safer.ca:Download the PDF of the 2018 report “Workplace Violence in Sawmills in BC”Safer.ca - Safety Advisory Foundation for Education and Research * Red Shirt Foundation is now under their umbrella. Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast. Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehelloCredits: Research: Gemma HarrisSpecial thanks to Dr Lynne Jacques and Marlene LunnWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/11/2159m 41s

The Murder of Ronald Platt

In 1996, a body washed up in a fishing net off the south coast of Devon in the UK. Through intrepid detective work, English police would link it back to a diabolical Canadian criminal who left an unbelievable trail of destruction behind in Southwestern Ontario.This is the story of the crimes of Albert Johnson Walker. If you recognize the name and think you know this case, stay tuned until the end. There has been an update from 2021...Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Ad-free episodes:All episodes, ad-free and often early on Patreon and Supercast.Credits: Research and writing: Diedre Bradley and Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehelloAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/10/211h 13m

Debrief with special guest Métis journalist Danielle Paradis

Danielle Paradis is a journalist based in Edmonton, Alberta with a special interest in Indigenous and women's issues.She's been published by Chatelaine, CANADALAND, BUSTLE, Star Metro Edmonton, Gig City, The Spraw and more.Dani has also pitched, researched and contributed to the writing of several episodes for Canadian True Crime - including Saskatoon Freezing Deaths and Mayerthorpe Tragedy... with more to come.Approximate timestamps of our discussion:00:00 - Introduction to Dani Paradis, background, how she got into journalism05:00 - Métis heritage08:00 - Truth & Reconciliation Day - September 3020:00 - Maranda Shelly Peter30:00 - What Dani is working on right nowResources and links:Follow Dani on Twitter: @DaniParadis and check out her website www.danielleparadis.com/Some of Dani's writing:Canada’s Media Was Always Going To Dismiss Genocide Against Indigenous Women  (CANADALAND)The Death Of Cindy Gladue, And The Criminal Defence Tactic That Should Alarm Every Woman in Canada (Chatelaine)What You Need To Know About The Biggest Indigenous Issues This Election (Chatelaine)Lit Fest: Canada's original nonfiction festival October 14-24Indigenous Friends New book:Praying to the West: How Muslims Shaped the Americas by Omar MouallemAll Music by We Talk of Dreams Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/10/2135m 7s

The Murder of Maranda Shelly Peter

Yukon | In 1996, 15 year old Maranda Shelly Peter waved to her mother as she left to go to the movies with her boyfriend. But the next morning, Maranda hadn't returned home.It would take some time, but the discovery of where Maranda really was would shake the territory. Resources on intergenerational or transgenerational trauma:Breaking the Chains of Generational Trauma by Elizabeth Dixon for Psychology TodayHow residential school trauma of previous generations continues to tear through Indigenous families by Marcy Cuttler for CBC NewsWhat is Intergenerational trauma—and how do you heal from it? by Colleen Seto for lovallove.caCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice.This month we have donated to: True North AidThanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreWebsite and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehelloCredits: Research: Haley GrayWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/10/211h 5m

What happened at Residential Schools: a primer

#TruthandReconciliationDay |September 30, 2021 is the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation here in Canada, and we all have a part to play in educating ourselves and spreading the message. This is an overview of how Residential Schools came to be and what happened, and below are some recommended resources for further learning.Recommended listening:Residential Schools Historica Canada podcastMissing & Murdered: Finding Cleo by CBC PodcastsFollow-up reading:Truth and Reconciliation reportSurvivor offers advice on how to honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - CTV NewsRead some more survivor stories - CTV NewsCauses to donate to:Indian Residential School Survivors SocietyFirst Nations Child and Family Caring SocietyInuit Tapiriit KanatamiIndigenous Friends associationThere are many many more!Diversify your feed! Here's something to get you started:10 Indigenous Activists and Artists You Should Be Following Right NowIndian Residential School Crisis LineSupport for former students and those affected. People can access emotional and crisis referral services by calling the 24-hour national crisis line: 1-866-925-4419. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30/09/217m 49s

The Klaus Family Murders — Part 3

*Part 3 of 3Jason Klaus and Joshua Frank go to trial with completely new stories.What was the truth?Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus occasional bonus content on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits:Research: Gemma HarrisWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodFull credits and all information sources can be found on the page for this website: https://canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes/94 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/09/2150m 23s

The Klaus Family Murders — Part 2

*Part 2 of 3. Part 3 will be released on September 15, and is available now for supporters on Patreon or Supercast ALBERTA | In 2013, a tragedy struck a tight-knit farming family near Castor, Alberta and before too long, a twisted story would unravel.  Podcast recommendation: Do you know Mordechai? Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Get AD-FREE episodesPlus bonus content on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Credits:Research: Gemma Harrisand writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
08/09/2150m 58s

The Klaus Family Murders — Part 1

ALBERTA | In 2013, a tragedy struck a tight-knit farming family near Castor, Alberta and before too long, a twisted story would unravel.*Part 1 of 3: Part 2 will be released on September 8Part 3 will be released on September 15Ad free version of all three parts now available now for supporters on Patreon or Supercast Learn moreCanadian True Crime donates monthly to help those facing injustice. This month we have donated to: Indian Residential School Survivors Society Podcast recommendation:The White Saviors Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes hereDon't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodCredits: Research: Gemma HarrisWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsOutro theme song: Space TripAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/09/2153m 53s

Case Updates 2021 — Part 2

Today we'll go over the significant updates to cases covered before 2020!Podcast recommendation:CBC's The Village - Season 2Order of cases covered:Alloura Wells / Toronto's Gay VillageEzekiel StephanRichard OlandThe DonnellysLoretta SaundersSara & TaliyahThe Brentwood Five (Calgary Stabbings)Erin ChorneyMichelle BarnoskiReena VirkPaul Bernardo-----------------------------------------------------Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Access the ad-free extended versionOn Patreon or Supercast. Learn more-----------------------------------------------------Credits: Research: Enya BestAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsMusic: Kai Engel - Mare Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/08/2149m 44s

Case Updates 2021 & Feedback — Part 1

We're discussing cases covered in the past year - going through updates, clarifying some things, and chatting about your feedback.Order of cases discussed in this episode Chapais Fire TragedyMurder of Robin Greene Mayerthorpe TragedyStorming the Capital (1966 Parliamentary Bombing)Johnson-Bentley Family MurdersMurder of Brayton BullockLush & Whiteway FamiliesMadison Scott - Tenth anniversary message from her parents.Mad Trapper of Rat RiverMurder of Laura Letts  Saskatoon Freezing DeathsRenfrew County MurdersYour rights as a VICTIM:Canadian Victims Bill of Rights (Bill C-32)Your rights as a person ACCUSED, DETAINED or CONVICTED:Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - see "Legal Rights" section-----------------------------------------------------Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Access the ad-free extended versionOn Patreon or Supercast. Learn more-----------------------------------------------------Podcast RecommendationFool Me Twice - Season 2Credits: Research: Enya BestAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsMusic: Kai Engel - Mare Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21/07/2144m 42s

The Chapais Fire Tragedy

Back September 1 | Thanks for your support!QUEBEC | New Year’s Eve, 1979. The rural mining town of Chapais was preparing to bring in 1980 in style with a fundraiser for 300 people. But just after midnight, the careless actions of one guest caused a fire that would leave the community forever changed.Residential Schools resources & support:Podcast: Residential Schools by Historica Canadahosted by Shaneen Robinson-DesjarlaisEpisode: ”Holding Space for Grief” Canadaland Episode #312 hosted by Ryan McMahon and Anna McKenzieArticle: “7 Ways to support Indigenous people grieving in wake of the news of the 215 children” by Anna McKenzieArticle: Where to donate to support survivors of residential schools in MacleansSupport: Residential school survivors who need support can call the National Indian Residential School Crisis Line at 1-866-925-4419.Mental Health Resources:In Canada And Mental Health Research Canada https://www.mhrc.ca/national-polling-covidIn United StatesIn AustraliaIn United KingdomCredits: Research & Writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams'Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/06/2154m 15s

The Murder of Robin Greene - Part 2

[ Part 2 of 2 ]MANITOBA |  The court hears testimony from Sydney Teerhuise and Dan Zupansky, the jury decides whether Sydney Teerhuise had intent to commit murder that day, and Dan Zupansky tells us what his theories are about the case.More information:Dan Zupansky’s book: Trophy Kill: The Shall We Dance Murder by Dan ZupanskyTrue Murder podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/show/truemurderPodcast recommendation:COMMONS: Real Estate!Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits:Research: Haley GrayWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
02/06/2155m 31s

The Murder of Robin Greene - Part 1

[ Part 1 of 2 ]MANITOBA  |   In 2003, the day after Canada Day, a 33 year old man walked through the front door of the Winnipeg Remand Centre. He said he’d woken up in his hotel room and there was a dead, dismembered body in the bathtub.  He insisted he blanked out and couldn’t remember committing the murder.The circumstances of the case were shocking and unbelievable enough, but within a few days a hollywood angle involving a stolen celebrity necklace ended up being the main headline. Eventually, the case caught the attention of amateur writer Dan Zupansky, who would land an opportunity that he couldn’t refuse. An opportunity to get the truth from Sydney, and get justice for Robin Greene—no matter what it took.More information:Dan Zupansky’s book:  Trophy Kill: The Shall We Dance Murder by Dan ZupanskyTrue Murder podcast: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/dan-zupansky1Podcast recommendation:COMMONS: Real Estate!Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehelloCredits:Research: Haley GrayWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/06/2152m 37s

The Mayerthorpe Tragedy - Part 3

[ Part 3 of 3 ]The conclusion.Watch:The Fifth Estate episode "collateral damage" Credits: Research: Danielle ParadisAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSocial medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/05/211h 3m

The Mayerthorpe Tragedy - Part 2

[ Part 2 of 3 ] ALBERTA | With everyone questioning how the Mayerthorpe Tragedy was permitted to happen, the RCMP were convinced James Roszko must have had someone helping him—and they were determined to do whatever it took to find this person and bring them to justice.Watch:The Fifth Estate episode "collateral damage"  Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access ad-free episodes, early, plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research: Danielle ParadisAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSocial medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/05/211h 4m

The Mayerthorpe Tragedy - Part 1

[ Part 1 of 3 ] ALBERTA | In 2005, bailiffs were sent to the property of a man called James Roszko to repossess a truck, but the situation devolved into a devastating tragedy that made international headlines.Podcast recommendation:Criminal Conduct - Season 2Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access ad-free episodes, early, plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research: Danielle ParadisAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSocial medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/05/211h 6m

The 1966 Bombing on Parliament Hill

ONTARIO | In 1966, a disgruntled man purchased ten sticks of dynamite, assembled a bomb, and travelled with it to Ottawa—headed for the Parliament of Canada.Podcast recommendation:Corpus Delecti - Robin "Rocky" Myers investigation special seriesCanadian True Crime donates monthly. This month we have donated to:True North Aid - serves and supports northern Indigenous communities in Canada through practical humanitarian support like clean drinking water, food, health, housing, and more.Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook:facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Credits: Research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/04/2151m 26s

The Johnson-Bentley Family Murders

BRITISH COLUMBIA | In August 1982, a family of six set out on what was supposed to be an idyllic two-week camping trip. They never returned home.This sparked what would be the most expensive and highly-publicized manhunt in Canadian history.Petition: Help the Johnson and Bentley FamilyRead and sign the petition here Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits:Research: Haley GrayAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSocial medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/04/211h 26m

The Murder of Brayton Bullock

ONTARIO | In 2006, a close-knit family tried to deal with an escalating crisis, but they could only do so much before the situation ended in a devastating and senseless tragedy.Resources related to Canadian Victims of CrimeCanadian Victims Bill of Rights (Bill C-32)Get involved: pre-written email to send to members of parliamentCanadian Resource Centre for Victims of CrimeOffice of the Federal Ombudsman for Victims of CrimeCanadian Crime Victim FoundationCanadian True Crime gives back monthly. This month we have donated to:Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime Podcast recommendation:I’m not a Monster Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn more Website and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Credits: Research: Haley GrayAdditional research and writing: Kristi Lee in consultation with Colin BullockAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/03/211h 17m

The Lush and Whiteway Families

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR | In 2019, Josh Whiteway and Suzanne Lush were ready to return to Calgary after spending a wonderful week with their families in Lewisporte, NL. But on the way to the airport, they would be involved in a tragic crash that would change their lives forever.PLEASE NOTE: This episode referrs to a “car accident” or “accident” a few times, but we’ve since been informed that “accident” should not be used when it comes to impaired driving. According to MADD Canada, the crashes, deaths and injuries caused by impaired driving are not “accidents”. They are 100% preventable. Please keep this in mind as you listen.Podcast recommendation:The Hopeful - Canadian show of the year for 2020.Described as a "riveting story" and "beautifully inspiring tale of perseverance and strength", this is the story of a man’s journey from Iran to Canada, told with the help of his daugher.Thanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research and writing: Kristi Lee in consultation with Josh WhitewayAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSocial medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/03/2155m 47s

The Murder of Beverley Rowbotham

MANITOBA | In 2000, Beverley Rowbotham moved her family from Saskatchewan to Manitoba after her husband Mark Stobbe was offered a high-profile job there. But as they started settling into their new house, the problems started…. and it was one thing after another.Canadian True Crime donates monthly to organizations helping those facing injustice.This month we have donated to:The Alpha House Project - Winnipeg - a year-long program for women and their children leaving an abusive relationship. Podcast recommendation:Island Crime: Gone BoysThanks for supporting our sponsors!See the special offer codes here Don't like the ads?Access early episodes without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreWebsite and social medias:Website: www.canadiantruecrime.ca Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello Credits: Research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/02/211h 29m

The Murder of Joe Rose

QUEBEC | In 1989, 23-year-old Joe Rose and a friend boarded a Montreal bus home in the early morning hours. What happened next would be described as a turning point for the LGBTQ+ rights movement in Quebec.Recommended resources for further reading:Prejudice to pride: The forgotten murder of Joe Rose, by Richard Burnett, special to the Montreal GazetteSex Garage raid a turning point in Montreal’s LGBT activism by Richard Burnett, special to the Montreal GazetteHIV basics from Catie.ca (Canada’s source for HIV and hepatitis C information)People living with HIV in Canada: infographic [PDF]Canadian True Crime donates monthly. This month’s donation has gone to:Interligne.co - offers 24/7 support to LGBTQ + people in both English and French, as well as their loved ones and staff in community, school, health and social services.2SLGBTQIA+ Youth hotline: text or phone 1 888 505-1010 - there are no taboo subjects :)Podcast recommendation:Framed - An Investigative StoryThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here Looking for ad-free episodes? Become a supporter!Access early episodes, without the ads plus bonus content and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits: Research and 2SLGBTQIA+ content advise: Eliot Newton / GenderbanditWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsSpecial thanks to Timecop 1983 for use of Gone and Memories (first two tracks used) from the albums Lovers Parts 1 and 2.Social medias:Facebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehello All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/02/211h 4m

The Murder of Richard Humble

ONTARIO | 82 year old Richard Humble needed knee surgery, but because he lived alone, he would need a caregiver to help him as he recovered. An old friend recommended someone who might be able to help him—but what she ended up doing was the exact opposite.*Please note - some names in this episode have been changed to protect the privacy of innocent parties. Any links between names chosen and real people involved in the story are coincidental. Podcast recommendationCourt JunkieElder abuse resourcesCanada - Call toll-free 1 800-O-Canada (1-800-622-6232), itsnotright.ca/, www.canada.ca/seniors, Canadian Network for the Prevention of Elder AbuseAustralia - Protecting the Rights of Older AustraliansUS - National Center on Elder AbuseUK - Action on Elder AbuseThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus content, and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreSocial mediasFacebook: facebook.com/CanadianTrueCrimeTwitter: @CanadianTCpodInstagram: @CanadianTrueCrimePodInstagram: @kristileehelloCreditsResearch: Jessica AnnWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes after it's released to the main feed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/01/2157m 47s

The Death of Madison Scott

BRITISH COLUMBIA | In May of 2011, 20 year old Maddy Scott and a friend attended a party at Hogsback Lake in British Columbia. They were supposed to camp for the night, but the friend decided to leave, and Maddy was eventually left by herself. This was the last time anyone saw her alive.UPDATE - MAY 2023:The RCMP has confirmed the remains of Madison Scott were found on a rural property not far from Hogback Lake, where she had been camping with friends. No cause of death has been released, but police say foul play has not been ruled out, and the investigation is ongoing. Our thoughts are with the Scott family at this time. We hope for their sake there will be more answers coming soon. More information from Prince George Citizen.WATCH: The Vanishing of Madison Scott and the Recreation videoVISIT: www.madisonscott.caJOIN: Facebook Group: Help Find Madison ScottDONATE: Via paypal to help her family continue to raise awarenessVIEW: Pictures of Maddy and the missing poster$100,000 REWARD: Anyone with information can contact the Vanderhoof RCMP at 250-567-2222 or to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.Podcast recommendationCrimelines - see Barry and Honey Sherman episode Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereAD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits:Research and writing: Charlie from Crimelines and Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/01/2152m 48s

Chat about William Fyfe with a forensic psychologist

Make sure you listen to Episode 79 first!Find Lili Knighton:Website: www.LiliKnighton.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/knightonmentalhealth/Approximate timestamps:0.00 Lili talks about her background including trials of Paul Bernardo and Bradley Edwards (Claremont Serial Killer trial)4:00 Serial Killers and their motivations10:00 Was Fyfe really determined to avoid the spotlight?11:45 Serial Killer “patterns” and escalation from break and enters to rapes and murders (re Golden State Killer)15:45 What if he hadn’t left that fingerprint - was he in a frenzy at the end?17:30 He was said to have committed up to 25 murders – if this was true, why did he only confess to four additional?19:45 Fyfe’s abusive childhood – how did it come into play with his later crimes?21:45 Fyfe’s son “the only thing he found precious”BREAK (note timestamps are very approximate after this depending on where you live and what ads you hear)24:00 Necrophilia and sexual assault motivations29:00 Why was the media so reluctant to report on the more “gruesome details”?31:45 Plumber Rapist profile vs William Fyfe34:00 Hazel Scattolon – the first crime he confessed to was just as bad as the last one. Why? And did he know her?All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/12/2037m 12s

The Crimes of William Patrick Fyfe

QUEBEC In 1999, four women were found murdered in the greater Montreal area. They all lived alone, there were no signs of forced entry, and the crime scenes were so violent that even the most seasoned of investigators were shocked. But one day, the killer would make a mistake. This is the story of the crimes of the Quebec serial killer known as “The Killer Handyman”.SURVEY: Tell us what you think about Canadian True Crime - skip any question you don't want to answer!Survey expires December 16Take survey nowCanadian True Crime donates each month to a local justice-focused organization.This month’s donation has gone to:Sun Youth OrganizationPodcast recommendation:Troubles PodcastThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn moreCredits:Research: Gemma HarrisResearch and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/12/201h 17m

The Mad Trapper of Rat River

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES AND YUKONThe story of Canada's longest manhunt. In 1931 a strange man arrived at Fort McPherson in the Northwest Territories—and disrupted the status quo.SURVEY: Tell us what you think about Canadian True Crime!Take survey nowThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast. Learn morePodcast recommendation:True North True Crime DOCUMENTARY:Arctic Manhunt: The Hunt for the Mad Trapper (focuses on the exhummation and DNA testing) All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/12/201h 2m

The Death of Laura Letts - Part 2

Part 2 of a 2-part seriesThe RCMP continue their investigation into the death of Laura Letts, and make an interesting discovery. From there, things would spiral completely out of control.SURVEY: Tell us what you think about Canadian True Crime!Take survey nowCanadian True Crime donates each month to a local justice-focused organization. This month's donation has gone to:Alberta Council of Women's SheltersThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast Learn moreCredits:Research and writing: Kristi LeeSpecial thanks: Tim Petruk, journalist, Kamloops This WeekAdditional research: Hagar BarakAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/11/2055m 24s

The Death of Laura Letts - Part 1

BRITISH COLUMBIAAfter a painful breakup, Laura Letts decided to take leave from her job and travel abroad. While on tour in New Zealand, she would meet someone new, and her life would forever be changed.Canadian True Crime donates each month to a local justice-focused organization. This month’s donation has gone to: Alberta Council of Women's Shelters Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast Learn morePodcast recommendation:The Miami Chronicles - Booby TrapCredits:Research and writing: Kristi LeeAdditional research: Hagar BarakAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/11/2051m 59s

Saskatoon Freezing Deaths

SASKATCHEWAN: In 2000, Darrell Night was having a night out with friends, when he was picked up by police. He thought they were going to take him to the drunk tank… but instead, the car went in the opposite direction.More resources on this case:BOOK: Starlight Tour: The Last, Lonely Night of Neil Stonechild by Rob Renaud and Susanne ReberDOCUMENTARY: Two Worlds Colliding directed by Tasha HubbardPODCAST: COMMONS - The PolicePodcast recommendations:COMMONS - current season "The police”Nighttime - the stories of Glen Race and Haunted CanadaThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast Learn moreCredits:Research and writing: Danielle ParadisAdditional research and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/11/201h 26m

Renfrew County Murders

ONTARIOIn 2015, Renfrew County in the Ottawa Valley would be the backdrop for the worst-ever case of intimate-partner violence in Ontario, and one of the worst in Canadian history.Resources for Domestic violenceCanada: https://endingviolencecanada.org/getting-help-2/US: https://www.thehotline.org/Signs you’re in an abusive relationship - and how to get help Canadian True Crime monthly donation has gone to:Women’s Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes here AD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supportersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more on Patreon and Supercast Learn more Podcast recommendationCanadaland - a new story from Canada every Monday that you won't hear anywhere else Credits:Research and writing: Dierdre BradleyWriting and editing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/10/201h 21m

The Harshbarger Family

NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR:In 2006, a family left the US for a hunting trip in Newfoundland. Not all of them would come back. Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereAD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime supporterAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more Learn moreRead the award-winning long-form article from Outdoor Canadahttps://www.outdoorcanada.ca/harshbarger/Scroll to halfway down the page to see the link to download the PDF.Podcast recommendationTrue - bizarre stories that are always trueCredits:Research: Gemma HarrisAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of TrueTheme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/10/201h 25m

Case Updates & Reflections 2020

Approximate Timestamps for each case discussed in this episode:72 Alloura Wells - 3:00 minute mark71 Jagtar Gill - 7:4570 Zach Miller - 11:0067-69 Ezekiel Stephan - 15:4560-62 Richard Oland - 29:0059 The Donnellys - 39:0056 Loretta Saunders - 40:0019-20 Laura Babcock - 44:006 Reena Virk - 46:30Youtube recommendation:Canadiana - Canadian History Videos Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereAD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime InsidersAccess ad-free episodes, Chats with Kristi after show, bonus episodes, and more Learn moreCredits:Research: Enya BestAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams  Music credits:Chris Zabriskie - LaserdiscS Chermisinov - Night SnowfallIgor Khabarov - Stay Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/08/2052m 43s

The Death of Alloura Wells

TORONTO, ONTARIO: In 2017, a woman found a body in a ravine. The journey to figure out who the body belonged to would take many twists and turns.Mental Health ResourcesCanadaUnited StatesAustraliaUnited Kingdom+ Find a therapist:Online @BetterHelp (10% off your first month)In person @ Psychology Today+ 10 minute Yoga videos on youtubeLinks to resources and initiatives from this episode:Trans Pride Toronto facebook pageIndependent review into how police handle missing persons cases - submissions until August 31, 2020Maggie’s Sex Worker Action Project The 519Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereAD FREE Exclusive feed - Canadian True Crime InsidersAccess ad-free episodes, bonus episodes, and more Learn morePodcast recommendation:Where is Lisa - Island Crime Season 1Credits:Research, co-producer and 2SLGBTQIA+ content advisor: Eliot Newton www.genderbandit.com Audio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams  All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/07/201h 4m

The Murder of Jagtar Gill

ONTARIO - In 2014, a 15 year old went to the grocery store with her father. It was her parents’ 17th wedding anniversary - but her mother was recovering at home from a hernia operation she’d had the day before, so the teenager and her father went to pick out a cake and bring flowers back to her. But what they would be confronted with when they returned, would change their lives forever.Podcast recommendation:The Secret Life of CanadaThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereCredits:Research and writing: Diedre Bradley and Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams  All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/07/201h 9m

The Survival of Zach Miller

SASKATCHEWAN - It was 2006, and ten year old Zachary Miller was enjoying the summer on his family’s farm near the tiny town of Whitewood, Saskatchewan. A man walked up the driveway with a teenage boy, wanting to buy eggs—and Zach's life would never be the same again.Child Personal Safety Resources: Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a national charity dedicated to the personal safety of all children, and provides resources and education.The National Crime Prevention Council provides resources to parents on how to teach kids about strangers:Canada: The Missing Children Society of Canada provides resources for what to do if your child goes missing:United States: The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children provides resources for what to do if your child goes missing: https://www.missingkids.org/gethelpnow/isyourchildmissing.#BlackLivesMatter donations and support:Canada: How You Can Support Black People Today, Tomorrow & Forever by Refindery 29United States: Places to Donate thanks to The Fall Line PodcastPodcast recommendation:Fetal AbductionsThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereCredits: Research & Writing: Haley GrayWriting: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/06/201h 15m

The Death of Ezekiel Stephan - Part 3

[ Part 3 of 3 ] ALBERTA - In 2012, a toddler would get sick, and the decisions of his parents would inspire much debate in the years to come.Links to Tawny Platis fundraiserGoFundMeFaceBook EventGetVokl eventPodcast recommendation:Fetal AbductionThanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereCredits:Research: Haley Gray and Portia BejannyResearch and writing: Haley Gray and Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams  All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/06/2058m 39s

The Death of Ezekiel Stephan - Part 2

[ Part 2 of 3 ] ALBERTA - In 2012, a toddler would get sick, and the decisions of his parents would inspire much debate in the years to come.Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereCredits:Research: Haley Gray and Portia BejannyResearch and writing: Haley Gray and Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams  All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/05/201h 3m

The Death of Ezekiel Stephan - Part 1

[ Part 1 of 3 ] ALBERTA - In 2012, a toddler would get sick, and the decisions of his parents would inspire much debate in the years to come.Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereCredits:Research: Haley Gray and Portia BejannyResearch and writing: Haley Gray and Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams  All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/05/201h 9m

The Murder of Sina Parsi

TORONTO, ONTARIO - In 2015, successful construction entrepreneur Sina Parsi left for a soccer game, but didn't return home. An unexpected story would unravel.Thanks for supporting my sponsors!See the special offer codes hereFind out what perks you can get as a patron:www.patreon.com/CanadianTrueCrimeCredits:Research and writing: Stephanie Moore and Kristi LeeNarration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio editing: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/05/2035m 45s

The Murder of Hannah Leflar - Part 2

[ Part 2 of a 2 part series ]REGINA, SASKATCHEWANPart 2 of the story of a sweet 16 year old girl would become the focal point of a devastating story of twisted obsession and revenge.Find out more about: The Robb Nash Project Needhelpnow.cakidshelpphone.caCredits: Research: Enya BestResearch and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/04/201h 7m

The Murder of Hannah Leflar - Part 1

[ Part 1 of a 2 part series ]REGINA, SASKATCHEWANIn 2015, a much-loved 16 year old girl would become the focal point of a devastating story of twisted obsession and revenge would shock the city of Regina and leave her loved ones heartbroken.Find out more about: The Robb Nash Project Credits: Research: Enya BestResearch and writing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams  Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/04/2052m 38s

The Boyd Gang

TORONTO, ONTARIO In the late 1940s and early 1950s, Edwin Alonzo Boyd terrorized Toronto through a series of daring bank robberies... bringing along a band of bank-robbing misfits known as the Boyd Gang.Thank you to my generous sponsors!You can find the codes, where applicable, at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsFind out more about: Book: Edwin Alonzo Boyd: The Life and Crimes of Canada’s Master Bank Robber by Nate HendleyPodcast recommendation: Mens Rea - an Irish True Crime podcast  Credits: Research and writing: Nate HendleyEditing: Kristi LeeAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/04/201h 13m

The Murder of Richard Oland - Part 3

[Part 3 of a 3 part series]SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK In the summer of 2011, the residents of Saint John would be alerted to a crime and ensuing scandal that would thrust their normally quiet city, and one of its most prominent and powerful families, into the spotlight in a way that no one could have anticipated. Thank you to my generous sponsors!You can find the codes, where applicable, at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsFind out more about: BOOK: Shadow of Doubt - The Trials of Dennis Oland  by Bobbi-Jean MackinnonDOCO: The Oland Murder by CBC (only available in Canada)Credits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisAudio editing and production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and information sources can be found at https://canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes/2020/2/14/60-the-murder-of-richard-oland  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/03/201h 14m

The Murder of Richard Oland - Part 2

[PART 2 OF 3]SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK In the summer of 2011, the residents of Saint John would be alerted to a crime and ensuing scandal that would thrust their normally quiet city—and one of its most prominent and powerful families—into the spotlight in a way that no one could have anticipated.  I appreciate the support of my sponsors!You can find applicable codes and information here.Find out more about:Cool Mules podcast from Canadaland MediaCriminal Conduct podcastWant more Canadian True Crime? Consider becoming a Patreon for just $2 a month or more, and you’ll receive these perks!Credits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and resources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/03/201h 29m

The Murder of Richard Oland - Part 1

[PART 1 OF 3]SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK In the summer of 2011, the residents of Saint John would be alerted to a crime and ensuing scandal that would thrust their normally quiet city—and one of its most prominent and powerful families—into the spotlight in a way that no one could have anticipated.  I appreciate the support of my sponsors!You can find applicable codes and information here.Find out more about:Podcast Recommendation: Crime Machine Want more Canadian True Crime? Consider becoming a Patreon for just $2 a month or more, and you’ll receive these perks!Credits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisAudio editing and production: We Talk of Dreams Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All credits and resources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episode, in the days after the episode is released. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/02/201h 24m

Donnellys Debrief with author Nate Hendley

This is a conversation with Nate Hendley - who researched and wrote the episode, and criminologist Dr Lee Mellor. Also in this audio is me, Jordan from Nighttime, and Aaron from The Generation Why.Learn more about:Nate Hendley and his books Lee Mellor's podcast Murder Was the Case  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
11/02/2013m 29s

The Donnellys

An Irish immigrant family arrived in Lucan, Ontario in the 1840s, and almost immediately clashed with members of the local community. A fiery dispute erupted that would last for decades and escalate into madness, leaving a pile of bodies in its wake.I appreciate the support of my sponsors!You can find applicable codes and information here.Find out more about: Toronto true crime author Nate Hendley's collection of booksDocumentary: The Donnellys (2017) Want more Canadian True Crime? Consider becoming a Patreon for just $2 a month or more, and you’ll receive these perks!Credits: Research and writing: Nate Hendley Editing, narration, music arrangement: Kristi Lee Audio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll credits and resources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/02/2041m 36s

The Murder of Hanna Buxbaum

SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO: Millionaire nursing home operators Helmuth and Hanna Buxbaum were driving back from Toronto airport after picking up their nephew. Seeing a stranded motorist, they pulled over to see if they could help. But it wasn't a stranded motorist. Podcast recommendations: Brew Crime Sponsor codes :I appreciate all the support of my sponsors and collaborators - see a list with any applicable codes here :) Credits: Research: Haley GreyWriting, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio editing, audio production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of Dreams All other credits - including information sources - can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/01/201h 16m

The Murder of Kirk Morin

BRITISH COLUMBIA: In 2015, RCMP near Fort St John pulled up a white pickup truck for a routine traffic stop. The woman driving it was not the owner. As the RCMP investigated, a strange story unravelled.Find out more about: BLOOD TIES: A scripted audio series starring Gillian Jacobs, Josh Gad, and Amy Landecker. When legendary pediatric cardiologist and businessman, Dr. Peter Richland, is killed in a plane crash two days before Christmas, secrets begin to emerge about his dealings with female colleagues throughout his career. These disturbing revelations thrust his children, Eleonore and Michael, into a fight they’re completely unprepared for. Listen now at wondery.fm/BTCTrueCrimeThe Pit - CBC Investigative podcastUnresolved podcastTrue Crime Fan Club podcast Sponsor codes :I appreciate all the support of my sponsors and collaborators - see the codes here :)Credits: Research and co-writing: Anna PriestlandVoiceovers: Lanie from True Crime Fan Club, Michael from UnresolvedCo-writing, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio editing, audio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll other credits - including information sources - can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/12/1955m 2s

The Murder of Loretta Saunders - Part 2: Interview with Delilah

*Part 2 of the story, produced by Nighttime.The story of Loretta Saunders is expanded upon via an in depth conversation between Jordan of Nighttime and the person who vowed to carry on Loretta’s advocacy work… her sibling Delilah Saunders.  Credits:Musical Theme: Tremors by Vox Somnia https://voxsomniamusic.bandcamp.com/Contact:Website: https://www.nighttimepodcast.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/NightTimePodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/NightTimePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/nighttimepodEmail: NightTimePodcast@gmail.comSupport the show: https://www.patreon.com/nighttimepodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
05/12/1959m 19s

The Murder of Loretta Saunders - Part 1

Halifax, Nova Scotia - In 2014, 26 year old Loretta Saunders – a proud Inuk woman – was in Halifax completing her university thesis on missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. She went out to run an errand and didn’t return. What happened to her – and the resulting activism of her family – would have far-reaching effects.*A collaboration with Nighttime Podcast. Find out more about:Missing and Murdered: Finding CleoFollow Delilah Saunders on TwitterSponsor codesI appreciate all the support of my sponsors and collaborators - see the codes here :)Credits:Research: Enya Best and Kristi LeeWriting, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio editing, audio production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Theme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll other credits - including information sources - can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/12/191h 10m

Misty Cockerill and Tanya Smith - Part 2

[ Part 2 of 2 ] The conclusion to the story of The Abbotsford Killer. Find out who he was, how he was brought to justice, and where everyone is today.Thanks for supporting my sponsors!The current discount codes can be found hereFind out more about:+ BOOK: Rod Gehl's book "Through the Valley of the Shadow - The Search for the Abbotsford Killer+ The Papaya Podcast - GUEST APPEARANCE: Kristi's "behind the scenes" interview. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts here, or visit the website. Episode was released early November, 2019 and is called The One Where We Talk About Canadian True Crime with Kristi Lee.Credits:Research and writing: Stephanie MooreEditing and narration: Kristi LeeAudio editing, music arrangement, audio production, theme song: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll other credits and information sources can be found at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes on the page for this episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/11/191h 11m

Misty Cockerill and Tanya Smith - Part 1

[ Part 1 of 2 ] The Abbotsford Killer, BC - On October 13, 1995, two teenage girls were walking along a familiar street as they were heading to a party. Along the way, they encountered a man who would change not only their lives, but the lives of their two families, multiple police districts and an entire community. For the next seven months that man played a game of cat and mouse, terrorizing the community. Thanks for supporting my sponsors!The current discount codes can be found hereFind out more about:CANADALAND podcast and the True Crime episode from last yearFool Me Twice podcastCredits:Research and writing: Stephanie MooreEditing and narration: Kristi LeeAudio editing, music arrangement, audio production, theme song: We Talk of DreamsVoice of Terry Driver: Jack Luna Dark Topic / Crime Machine podcastVoice of 911 operator: Lisa Mark Hines The Secret Life of Weddings podcastDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll other credits and information sources can be found at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes on the page for this episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/11/191h 1m

The Murder of Joseph Rosenthal

TORONTO, ON - A late-night business meeting in a 1912 hydro yard ends in a serious crime. The case inspired an unprecedented public outcry at a time when hanging was still routinely applied for the most serious of offences.     To support my sponsors:See the list of my sponsors and discount codesFind out more about:Hot Docs Podcast Festival - Toronto, OntarioTrue Crime Podcast Festival - Kansas City, MissouriTrue Crime SwedenTrue Crime FinlandNate Hendley's books including: The Boy on the Bicycle, Stephen Truscott: Decades of InjusticeCredits: Research and writing: Nate HendleyEditing, narration: Kristi LeeConsulting on Jewish issues: Karen S.R.Audio editing: Erik KrosbyMusic composition:  SoularflairMusic arrangement, audio production: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeNewsapaper voiceover by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll sources and music credits are on the page for this episode on my website: www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/10/1948m 57s

Russell Williams Debrief - with Criminologist Lee Mellor

[Bonus content between episodes ] I had lots of questions after covering Russell Williams - so I had a conversation with Dr Lee Mellor - Canadian profiler, author, criminologist and serial killer expert. He's also the host of Murder Was The Case.In typical Lee fashion, he doesn't hold back on any of his opinions. Definitely lots of food for thought. Disclaimer voiceover: Robin Warder from The Trail Went ColdTheme song by We Talk of Dreams Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
13/10/1942m 1s

Introduction to Canadian True Crime

Canadian True Crime is a fully independent podcast that explores some of the most heinous, controversial, heartbreaking and thought-provoking true crime cases in Canada. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
04/10/1939s

The Crimes of Russell Williams - Part 2

[ Part 2 of 2 ] The interrogation of Russell Williams continues, and after that comes the fallout from his crimes.Find out more about:The Mysterious Mr Epstein - a new podcast from Wondery that answers all your questions about Jeffrey Epstein. Listen now at Wondery.fm/tcrime.Jim Can't Swim - YouTube Criminal Psychology - analysis of Russell Williams interrogationThe Mob Reporter - YouTube channelRedhanded Podcast Thank you for supporting my sponsors! The codes can be found here:canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisAudio editing: Erik KrosbyEditing, narration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsAll research sources and music credits are here: https://canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes/2019/9/12/51-russell-williams Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/10/191h 19m

The Crimes of Russell Williams - Part 1

Welcome back to a new season of Canadian True Crime!In 2010, 27 year old Jessica Lloyd was reported missing from her home in Belleville, Ontario. She hadn't shown up for work, and the last time anybody heard from her was a late evening text message the night before.A week after Jessica disappeared, the OPP called a man in for questioning. What he revealed to police over the next 10 hours would not only come to shock the nation, but many thousands of employees of the Canadian Forces to their core. The man sitting in front of police admitting to a string of escalating offences against women - some horrifically violent - was the LAST person they expected to apprehend.Find out more about:The Mob Reporter - watch the Russell Williams interrogationAll Crime No Cattle podcastWant to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisAudio editing: Erik KrosbyEditing, narration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeTheme Song: We Talk of DreamsOther credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at https://canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes/2019/9/12/51-russell-williams Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/09/191h 13m

Case Updates and Reflections 2019

Back with the next full episode on Septmeber 15, but here's all of the major updates from the cases I've covered - as well as some of my thoughts and reflections.Approx timestamps of cases discussed:02:00 The Murder of Tori Stafford - update from her father, Rodney11:00 Elizabeth Wettlaufer - release of report after inquiry into what happened14:00 Sara and Taliyah - sentencing of Edward Downey16:00 The Brentwood Five - thoughts on this, my most controversial episode21:00 The Murder of Lyle and Marie McCann - update on parole of Travis Vader24:20 Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson - surprising update27:50 Andrea Giesbrecht - surprising update29:40 The Murder of Laura Babcock (Dellen Millard) - a new struggle for Laura's family32:40 The Murder of Reena Virk - Kelly Ellard updateCredits:Research: Enya Best and Kristi LeeAudio editing and theme music: We Talk of DreamsInformation sources:https://www.ontario.ca/laws/statute/02d14 https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/laura-babcock-death-certificate-1.5247168 https://www.sprucegroveexaminer.com/news/local-news/mp-lloyd-presents-mccanns-law-in-parliamenthttps://morinvillenews.com/2019/03/06/mp-dane-lloyd-introduces-mccanns-law-in-house-of-commons/https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/decision-on-vader-appeal-expected-friday-1.4426423https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/no-new-trial-for-travis-vader-1.5140246 https://www.citynews1130.com/2019/05/17/appeal-for-travis-vader-dismissed/ https://edmontonjournal.com/news/crime/alberta-court-of-appeal-rejects-travis-vaders-call-for-new-trialhttps://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/travis-vader-appeal-dismissed-1.4427014 https://globalnews.ca/news/5288738/travis-vaders-appeal-manslaughter-court/ https://www.thestar.com/edmonton/2019/05/17/killer-of-missing-edmonton-seniors-travis-vader-loses-appeal-of-manslaughter-convictions.html https://www.cheknews.ca/killer-of-missing-alberta-seniors-loses-appeal-of-manslaughter-convictions-562418/https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/edward-downey-murder-baillie-marsman-1.5143721https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/edward-downey-marsman-baillie-murder-appeal-1.5169165 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
03/09/1935m 20s

The Murder of Tracy Tom

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIAIn 2003, a local dry cleaner was opening up his shop for the morning, when he saw an abandoned shopping cart with a large object slumped into it.Find out more about:True Crime Podcasts - Live in Toronto - August 18The Royal Cinema’s monthly signature seriesTrans Pulse ProjectGender Bandit.comPodcast recommendationsCrime Writers On (true crime podcast and documentary reviews, pop culture, and more)CBC's Uncover: The Cat Lady CaseWant to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors* Correction notice: in the final paragraphs of this episode, a report from Statistics Canada was quoted. “….“Police-reported hate crime in Canada, 2017”, reports that from 2010 to 2017, there were 31 hate crimes targeting transgender or asexual people that were reported to police.” - Please note that the published report used incorrect terminology - the word asexual should actually be agender. Statistics Canada have been notified of this error and have promised to update their report.Credits: Research and education: Eliot Waddingham, transgender activist and educator. Gender Bandit.comWriting, narration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeAudio editing: We Talk of DreamsDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/07/1948m 17s

The Crimes of Elizabeth Wettlaufer - Part 2

Bethe Wettlaufer finally comes to the attention of the police, and the full extent of her crimes is revealed.Want to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisNarration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeAudio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeCTC Theme song by We Talk of Dreams Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/07/191h 7m

The Crimes of Elizabeth Wettlaufer - Part 1

WOODSTOCK, ONTARIOThe decision to place an elderly relative in care is often a difficult and emotional process. That's why it’s vital that long term care facilities offer families peace of mind and reassurance that their loved one is safe and well cared for.This is a tale of where it all went terribly wrong.Find out more about:The Band Played On - a CBC Investigative PodcastWant to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits: Research and writing: Gemma HarrisVoice of Elizabeth Wettlaufer: Bonnie from Writing About CrimeNarration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeAudio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/06/1958m 4s

Jane Hurshman - Part 2

BANGS FALLS, NOVA SCOTIAThe continuation of the story of one Canadian woman's life living with domestic violence.Learn more about:Sheltersafe.ca - services to support women trying to leave an abusive relationshipWarning signs you might be in an abusive relationshipWant to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLive shows this summer:True Crime Podcasts - Live in Toronto | August 18, 2-5 pmTrue Crime Podcast Festival - Chicago | July 13, all day Podcast recommendations:Mugshot PodcastCorpus Delecti Credits: Research and writing: Haley GreyWriting, narration, music arrangement, mixing: Kristi Lee Audio editing: Erik Krosby Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/06/1957m 26s

Jane Hurshman - Part 1

BANGS FALLS, NOVA SCOTIAThis is the story of one Canadian woman's life living with domestic violence.Learn more about:True Crime Podcasts - Live in Toronto | August 18, 2-5 pmTrue Crime Podcast Festival - Chicago | July 13, all dayPodcast recommendation: OPPO - a politics discussion by CANADALANDWant to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits: Research and writing: Haley GreyWriting, narration, music arrangement, mixing: Kristi Lee Audio editing: Erik Krosby Disclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29/05/1954m 37s

Sara and Taliyah

CALGARY, ALBERTA - In 2016, a single mother failed to drop off her 5 year old daughter at daycare, and from there began a family's worst nightmare. Learn more about:True Crime Podcast Festival | Chicago, July 13True Crime Podcasts - Live in Toronto | Toronto, August 18 (tickets coming soon!)Unresolved Podcast  Want to support my sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits:Research and writing: Charlie WorrollNarration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeAudio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/05/191h 2m

The Brentwood Five

CALGARY, ALBERTA - Early in the morning in 2014 police in responded to three separate 911 calls. There had been a stabbing incident at a house in Brentwood, a suburb in the northwest of the city. It only took police a few minutes to arrive, and once they did, the scene that greeted them would be something they would never forget.Learn more about:Quinterra Legacy GardenEspionage by Parcast NetworkWant to support sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsCredits:Research: Suzanne St JohnWriting, narration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeAudio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime Other credits and sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodesSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/04/191h 19m

The Jenkins Family

CHATHAM, ONTARIO In 1998, a shocking tragedy would occur that would turn immediately a family upside down and divide a community along the way.Want to support sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more:Level 16 - new Canadian film | Watch the trailer | Follow on Facebook | Follow on InstagramRodney Stafford’s Ottawa Protest and how you can helpLife With Murder - 2009 documentary on the Jennifer Jenkins / Mason Jenkins story directed by John KastenerThe Vanished - episode on James CandyCrime Beat with Nancy HixtGet ad free episodes for $2 a month: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeCredits:Research: Enya Best Writing, narration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi Lee Audio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll other credits including music and sources can be found on the episode page at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes. Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/04/191h

Brent and Brendan McGuigan

From PEI, the story of a family feud that lasted for decades - in the eyes of one man who couldn’t get past his obsession.Want to support sponsors? Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more:Hostage by ParcastMisconduct True Crime PodcastGet ad free episodes for $2 a month: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeCredits:Research and writing: Charlie Worroll from Impact StatementNarration, music arrangement, audio production: Kristi LeeAudio editing: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll other credits including music and sources can be found on the episode page at canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/03/1937m 45s

Bonus: Interview with Bret McCann (Travis Vader case)

As promised, this is the follow up to episode 41. This Impact Statement episode that features an interview with Bret McCann - the son of Lyle and Marie McCann, who were murdered by Travis Vader.Subscribe to Impact Statement so you don't miss an episode.See you tomorrow - March 15 - for the next scheduled episode of Canadian True Crime!Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
14/03/1925m 56s

The Murder of Lyle and Marie McCann

ALBERTA | In 2010, a retired couple embarked on a leisurely road trip in their RV from Alberta to British Columbia. When they didn’t arrive on schedule for an agreed meeting point, their family and friends were left wondering what happened.Meanwhile, who was Travis Vader, and how did he come to be driving their RV?Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more:Crimes of PassionAlready Gone - episode on Bill Barilko and 50 Mission CapJoin my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeCredits:Research and writing: Charlie Worroll from Impact Statement Narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeMusic Credits:Podcast theme music created by We Talk of Dreams.All other music credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/03/191h 24m

Harrison Family Murders

Mississauga, Ontario - A separated couple have ongoing issues with custody of their children, setting a chain of events in motion that would destroy an entire family.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more:Nighttime Podcast's series on Lindsay SouvannarathOne Eye Open - a British true crime podcastJoin my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeCredits:Research and writing: Anna PriestlandNarration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeMusic Credits:Podcast theme music created by We Talk of Dreams.All other music credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/02/191h 15m

Giant Mine Murders

Yellowknife, NWT A labour union strike at a gold mine escalates over time, turning bitter and violent, eventually leading to a tragic incident.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more:Music producer from Australia: SoularflairJoin my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime Credits:Research: Enya BestWriting, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeMusic Credits:Podcast intro theme music created by We Talk of Dreams.Music for the rest of this episode by SoularflairAll other credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca/episodes.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/02/191h 6m

The Murder of Daniel Levesque - Part 2

In this second part of the story, Jordan from The Nighttime Podcast interviews Daniel's mom, Stacey—revealling more details that will make anyone with a respect for justice scream.Subscribe to The Nighttime Podcast on Apple Podcast.Visit The Nighttime Podcast websiteSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
25/01/191h 5m

The Murder of Daniel Levesque - Part 1

Victoria, British ColumbiaA young musician moves from Revelstoke to Victoria, British Columbia, and meets a man called Joshua Bredo, who offers him a job.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Rusty HingesLagered Tales podcastNighttime Podcast: Taylor Samson episodesJoin my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeCredits:Research, writing, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAssistance from Stacey Thur, Joel Thur, and Jordan BonaparteAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll credits and information sources will be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/01/1958m 47s

Tracy Latimer

Wilkie, SaskatchewanThe story of a farming family who find themselves in a heartbreaking situation, in what would become one of the most controversial court cases in Canadian history.Podcast recommendations:True Crime Bullsh**: The Story of Israel KeyesUncover: Bomb on BoardAdditional resources:Book: Robert Latimer: A story of justice and mercy, by Gary BauslaughDark Topic episode: Dr KevorkianSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsJoin my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime Credits:Research: Haley GrayAdditional research, writing, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll credits and information sources will be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca. Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
17/12/181h 13m

The Murder of Jennifer Cusworth

Kelowna, British Columbia. A pumpkin farmer finds the body of a young woman at the end of his driveway, prompting an investigation that would take years.Learn more:True Crime Podcast Festival - July 13 2019, ChicagoCanadian True Crime Merchandise StorePodcast recommendations:Let’s Talk About Sects: A podcast about cultsSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsJoin my patreon for $2 a month to get ad-free, early-release episodes: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime Credits:Research, writing, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll credits and information sources will be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/12/181h 14m

The Murder of Frank and Jocelyn Toope

Beaconsfield, Quebec. The car of a 75 year old retired Anglican minister and his 70 year old wife was found abandoned in a car park. A twisted tale would unravel... Also includes an update on Paul Bernardo's first parole hearing held in October 2018.Podcast recommendations:Don't Talk to Strangers – The Oakland County Child MurdersKINGPINS by ParcastMy interview on CANADALANDSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsJoin my patreon to get early episodes - without any of the ads! - and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Research: Enya BestWriting, additional research, narration, music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll credits and information sources will be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/11/1844m 30s

The Murder of Erin Chorney

Brandon, Manitoba. An independent 18 year old tells her mom she’ll be back in an hour, gets into a car, and is never seen again. Was she just out partying for several days, or was there something more sinister at play? Where was Erin Chorney?See more information on gender-based violence and where to get helpSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:UNCOVER: Escaping NXIVM by CBCThunder Bay by CANADALAND MediaThe Secret Life of WeddingsJoin my patreon to get early episodes - without any of the ads! - and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Research and writing: Haley GrayVoice of Erin Chorney (in her diaries): Lisa Mark Hines from The Secret Life of WeddingsAudio production: Erik KrosbyWriting, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll credits and information sources will be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/11/1859m 55s

Dellen Millard and the Murder of his Father

[Part 6 of 6] He's already in jail for two consecutive life sentences for two murders - Tim Bosma and Laura Babcock. In this final episode, we find out what happened with the murder of Dellen Millard's father, Wayne Millard.This episode is part one in a multi-part series that covers three cases over six episodes. All episodes, in order, are:07 - The Murder of Tim Bosma08 - Dellen Millard - Part 109 - Dellen Millard - Part 219 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 120 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 233 - Dellen Millard and the murder of his fatherSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Uncover: NXIVM from CBC, the network behind Someone Knows SomethingJoin my patreon to get early episodes - without any of the ads! - and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Research assistance: Eliot K Waddingham Audio production: Erik KrosbyWriting, research, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True CrimeAll credits and information sources will be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/10/181h

The Shafia Family

A large family journeys from Afghanistan to Quebec, before the family descends into chaos, ending in a catastrophe. What went so wrong in the Shafia family? Learn more about:The Search for Ryan Shtuka (Night Time Podcast)The Wrongful Conviction of Ronald Moffatt (Impact Statement Podcast)Music in this episode was by SoularflairSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Murder Road TripIt's Haunted: What Now? Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   Credits:Research: Haley GrayAudio production: Erik KrosbyWriting, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeDisclaimer voiced by the host of Beyond Bizarre True Crime All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/10/181h 16m

The Crimes of Peter Woodcock: Canada's youngest serial killer

TORONTO, ONTARIO. The story of Canada's youngest serial killer, Peter Woodcock, and the wrongful conviction of Ron Moffatt. In the mid 1950s in Toronto, a black-haired teenager on a bicycle terrorized downtown neighborhoods. How long would it take the police before they caught him? And who would get caught in the crossfire? Learn more about:The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto book by Nate HendleyTrue Crime Podcast Festival 2019Subscribe to:Impact Statement Podcast (for Ron Moffatt interview episode coming soon)Court Junkie Podcast (for Episode 6 - Richardson Family Murders)Steven Truscott: Decades of Injustice book by Nate HendleyHamilton Public Library True Crime Meetup details - September 18  Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors Podcast recommendations:The Enthusiasm EnthusiastHong Kong Confidential Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   Credits:Research and writing: Nate HendleyAdditional script editing / podcast story structure, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik Krosby All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/09/1858m 48s

Case Updates, Mistakes, Opinions :)

Hi everyone! There have been quite a few updates to cases I've covered, so I thought I'd take this opportunity to update you all. Sponsor & resources:Tweed.com - for all your cannabis informationWATCH: How to talk about Indigenous people BOOK: Stephen Truscott - Decades of Injustice by Nate HendleyBOOK: The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction in Toronto by Nate Hendley Timestamps to cases covered:First: Ecole Polytechnique7:45: Curtis Vey & Angela Nicholson11:02: Victoria Shachtay12:55: Lynne Harper / Stephen Truscott14:05: Andrea Giesbrecht17:55: Dellen Millard20:39: Robert Pickton22:35: Bruce McArthur23:50: Reena Virk27:30: Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka Music credit:Timecop1983 - Come Back from Album "Lovers - Part 1", used with the artist's permission. References:https://globalnews.ca/news/3497410/seventh-day-adventist-church-issues-statement-regarding-volunteering/https://www.thestar.com/opinion/star-columnists/2018/05/18/a-disturbing-glimpse-of-serial-killer-and-serial-rapist-paul-bernardo.htmlhttps://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/reena-virk-kelly-ellard-parole-1.4426645https://globalnews.ca/news/4281074/mother-of-murdered-b-c-teen-reena-virk-dies-in-tragic-accident-family/https://www.timescolonist.com/news/local/obituary-suman-virk-mother-of-murder-victim-reena-was-anti-bullying-advocate-1.23339776https://www.vancourier.com/2.2065/editorial-suman-virk-was-a-beacon-1.23340357https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/bruce-mcarthur-serial-killers-robert-pickton-1.4509608https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/andrea-giesbrecht-winnipeg-bail-six-infants-1.4624960https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/brian-malley-victoria-shachtay-supreme-court-1.4697914https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/angela-nicholson-and-curtis-vey-granted-bail-as-they-wait-for-appeal-1.3783874https://globalnews.ca/news/4376899/new-trial-ordered-conspiring-murder-spouses-angela-nicholson-curtis-vey/https://www.melfortjournal.com/news/local-news/new-trial-ordered-in-nicholson-vey-case  Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
20/08/1834m 14s

The Murder of Johnny Altinger

Truth and reality blended in a murder case in Edmonton that came to be known internationally as the “Dexter Murder”. It all started on October 3, 2008. Dating profile as mentionedPictures of Canadian Crime Podcast Event - July 22 Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors Podcast recommendations:Australian True CrimeSouthern Fried True CrimeThe Westside Fairytales Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   Credits:Research and writing: Danielle ParadisAdditional research and writing, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeVoice of Mark Twitchell: Tyler Bell from The Westside FairytalesAudio production: Erik Krosby All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
08/08/181h 14m

École Polytechnique Massacre - Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] The conclusion to the 1989 Montreal Massacre story that took place at École Polytechnique, exploring the massacre itself and the aftermath. TIME STAMP: To forward just past the massacre - 26:50 Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Distorsion Podcast Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   Credits:Narration and music arrangement, writing, additional research: Kristi LeeResearch and writing: Suzanne St JohnAdditional research: Meg ZhangStory consultant: Tracey LindemanVoice of the shooter: Emile Gauthier from Distorsion PodcastAudio production: Erik Krosby All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/07/181h 5m

École Polytechnique Massacre - Part 1

In 1989, a 25-year-old man with a rifle entered the École Polytechnique engineering school with a specific target in mind: women. The ensuing massacre would go on to have lasting effects on the province of Québec, as well as the entire nation. Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors Podcast recommendations:Pretend RadioWe're All Just Pretending Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   All credits and information sources can be found on the page for this episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/07/1854m 38s

Angela Nicholson & Curtis Vey

Melfort, Saskatchewan. Two farming families found themselves linked together under the most shocking of circumstances.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendation:Swindled For information sources, credits and more, please visit www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/06/1848m 4s

The Murder of Michelle Barnoski

Warkworth, Ontario. In 2011, a 33-year-old single mother went missing in a small village in Ontario. As the mystery slowly unraveled, the truth would be revealed about what happened to her, and how things got to that point. Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Emma Fillipoff is MissingThe Westside FairytalesPleasing Terrors For information sources, credits and more, please visit www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/06/181h 10m

The Murder of Victoria Shachtay

Innisfail, Alberta. A 23 year old quadriplegic single mother receives a package disguised as a Christmas gift on her doorstop. What happened next, and the story behind who sent this mysterious package, would stun the small community of Innisfail.* Clarification: Please note that Evan Shielke was a FORMER volunteer firefighter at the time of the incident. The media incorrectly chose to focus on this aspect when reporting on him, but he clarified with me that he actually hadn't volunteered for ten years. He greatly respects what firefighters do and wants to avoid anyone thinking the misreporting came from him.Support my sponsors:Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Wine & CrimeJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Research, writing, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyMain information sources:Can be found at www.canadiantruecrime.ca under this episodeMusic credits:Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Kai Engel - Cold War EchoKai Engel - Global WarmingSergey Cheremisinov - When You LeaveIgor Khabarov - StayKai Engel - ImminenceSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/05/1853m 46s

The Murder of Lynne Harper

Steven Truscott was a 14 year old boy in Ontario, Canada, and in 1959 he was linked to a tragedy that ended the life of a 12 year old girl. This would turn into the longest legal drama in Canadian history.Recommended reading: Steven Truscott: Decades of Injustice, by Nate Hendley Amazon.ca Amazon.comSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recomendations:Felon True CrimeMurder was the Case1995Social media and contact information: Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.ca Facebook page:  www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Primary research, writing: Nate HendleyNarration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyMain information sources:Listed on the episode page at www.canadiantruecrime.caMusic credits:Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip.  http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Kai Engel - HeadwayKai Engel - TumultSergey Cheremisinov - Mothers HandsKai Engel - Brand New WorldKai Engel - RunROZKOL - If theseKevin McLeod - Shadowlands 1 - HorizonKai Engel - DenouementChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Kai Engel - Warm of Mechanical HeartChris Zabriskie - I don't see the branches, I see the leavesSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/05/181h 9m

Andrea Giesbrecht - Part 2

[Part 2 of 2] The shocking conclusion to the case of a woman charged with concealing infant remains in a storage locker. Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendation:Information sources Please visit the episode page on www.canadiantruecrime.ca in the week after the episode is released.Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Research, writing, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyMusic credits:Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/PC III 01 - Exit ExitChris Zabriskie - I need to start writing things downKevin McLeod - Lightless DawnChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Kevin McLeod - Echos of TimeChris Zabriskie - There's a special place for some peoplePoddington Bear - Dark WaterChris Zabriskie - The house glows with almost no helpKai Engel - AspiratoSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/04/1847m 48s

Andrea Giesbrecht - Part 1

[Part 1 of 2] Employees of a Winnipeg self-storage facility were cleaning out an unpaid locker in 2014, when they made a shocking discovery.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:The Fall LineImpact StatementInformation sources Please visit the episode page on www.canadiantruecrime.ca in the week after the episode is released. Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Credits:Research, writing, narration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyMusic credits:Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/PC III 01 - Exit ExitChris Zabriskie - I need to start writing things downKevin McLeod - Lightless DawnLucky Stars - Podington PearChris Zabriskie - Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected toChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Kevin McLeod - Echos of TimeChris Zabriskie - There's a special place for some peopleSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/04/1847m 27s

Ernest DesRoches

From the tiny province of Prince Edward Island comes this story of a tragedy and a survival. It’s the story of a family called The Ellsworths, and a man who would change their lives forever.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendation:True Crime Fan ClubInformation sourcesCan be found on the episode's page on www.canadiantruecrime.ca in the week after the episode is released.Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Social media and contact information: Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.ca Facebook page:  www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits:Research and writing: Noelle CyrNarration and music arrangement: Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbyMusic credits:Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Scott Gratton - Had You BeenSergey Cheremisinov - 05 FogChris Zabriskie - The House Glows With Almost No HelpKevin McLeod - Blue SizzleKai Engel - ImminenceKai Engel - aspiratoHawkin - -1 Week 1 - rainKevin McLeod - Lightless DawnPodington Bear - Dark WaterKai Engel - DenouementSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/03/1844m 21s

The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 2

[Part 5 of 6] Continuation of the Dellen Millard, Mark Smich and Laura Babcock story featured in episode 19 (and before that, episodes 7,8 and 9). 23-year-old Laura Babcock disappeared in July 2012 - and finally it is announced that Dellen Millard and Mark Smich are charged with her first degree murder. In this part, you'll find out what happened in the trial and aftermath.  This episode is part one in a multi-part series that covers three cases over six episodes. All episodes, in order, are:07 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 108 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 209 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 319 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 120 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 233 - Dellen Millard and the murder of his fatherSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast suggestionsTales by Parcast (dark fairytales) Criminology (East Area Rapist)Recommended additional resources:BOOK: Dark Ambition: The Shocking Crime of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich by Ann Brocklehurst DOCUMENTARY: Fifth Estate - The Murders of Dellen Millard Information sources: Can be found with the episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca in the week after the episode is released.Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   Social media and contact information: Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.ca Facebook page:  www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.com Credits: Research and writing: Kristi Lee Audio production: Erik Krosby Guest voices: The Night Time Podcast (Jordan Bonaparte)  https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/ Dark Topic (Jack Luna)  https://audioboom.com/channel/dark-topic True Crime Fan Club (Lanie)  https://truecrimefanclub.com/ The Marble Garden (Sawyer Westbrook)  http://themarblegarden.libsyn.com/ Music credits: We Talk of Dreams - original composer of "Canadian True Crime Loop" Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Podcast theme music: Space Trip.  http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/ Chris Zabriskie - I Don't See the Branches, I See the Leaves Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/03/181h 16m

The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 1

[Part 4 of 6] Continuation of the Tim Bosma, Dellen Millard and Mark Smich story featured in episodes 7, 8 and 9. 23-year-old Laura Babcock disappeared in July 2012 - and finally it is announced that Dellen Millard and Mark Smich are charged with her first degree murder. In this two-parter, you'll find out the story behind Laura Babcock's final months, and what happened at the trial. This episode is part one in a multi-part series that covers three cases over six episodes. All episodes, in order, are:07 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 108 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 209 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 319 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 120 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 233 - Dellen Millard and the murder of his fatherSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsBOOK: Dark Ambition: The Shocking Crime of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich by Ann Brocklehurst DOCUMENTARY: Fifth Estate - The Murders of Dellen Millard Information sources: Can be found with the episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca in the week after the episode is uploaded.Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime   Social media and contact information: Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.ca Facebook page:  www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.com Credits: Research and writing: Kristi Lee Audio production: Erik Krosby Guest voices: The Night Time Podcast (Jordan Bonaparte)  https://www.nighttimepodcast.com/ Dark Topic (Jack Luna)  https://audioboom.com/channel/dark-topic True Crime Fan Club (Lanie)  https://truecrimefanclub.com/ The Marble Garden (Sawyer Westbrook)  http://themarblegarden.libsyn.com/  Music credits: We Talk of Dreams - original composer of "Canadian True Crime Loop" Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Podcast theme music: Space Trip.  http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/ Chris Zabriskie - I Don't See the Branches, I See the Leaves Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7 Sergey Cheremisinov - Mother's Hands Kai Engel - Difference Kai Engel - Imminence Igor Khabarov - Stay Mank - Soundtrack 1. Act 4 from Caligari: An Exquisite Corpse Kai Engel - Warm of Mechanical Heart Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
16/02/1852m 24s

Robert Pickton - Part 4

[Part 4 of 4] In this final episode, we find out about Robert Pickton's interrogation, processing Canada's largest crime scene, what happened in the trial, and the aftermath. Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsRecommended additional resources:BOOK: On the Farm - Robert William Pickton and the tragic story of Vancouver's Missing Women, by Stevie CameronDOCUMENTARY: The Pig FarmPODCAST: CANADALAND Commons  Episode:  Invisible Victims: How Police Botched the Robert Pickton CaseJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Social media and contact information:Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook page: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits:Research and writing: Meg Zhang and Kristi LeeAudio production and additional original scoring: Erik KrosbySpecial thanks to Wednesday LaChanceInformation sources:Can be found with the episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca in the week after the episode is uploaded.Music credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music usedSarah Aubrey - Pidgeon Park (performed by Girl Most Likely) (lyrics below)Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Kevin MacLeod - Blue FeatherKevin MacLeod - Colorless AuraKevin MacLeod - Silver FlameKevin MacLeod - Zombie HoodooKevin MacLeod - Long Note OneMisha Dioxin - From the Arctic Circle to the Southern SeasPoddington Bear - Dark WaterROZKOL - If theseSergey Cheremisinov - 05 - FogArs Sonor - cellular fugue IIChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Kai Engel - AspiratoKai Engel - DifferenceChris Zabriskie - Brethren, AriseKai Engel - ModumChris Zabriskie - I'm a man who will fight for your honourKevin McLeod - Colorless AuraKai Engel - Warm of Mechanical HeartSerrgey Cheremisinov - MOthers HandsKevin McLeod - Lightless Dawn Pigeon ParkBy Sarah AubreyOn street corners and public placesThe needles take the ashen facesPigeon park is empty except for litter and the stainsThe crows pick at carcasses in the... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21/01/181h 30m

Robert Pickton - Part 3

[Part 3 of 4] In this part, we find out what led to Robert Pickton's eventual arrest.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendations:Suicide by CopThe Marble GardenThe Secret Life of Weddings - Episode 2 featuring Dellen MillardDark PoutineJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Social media and contact information:Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook page: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits:Research and writing: Meg Zhang and Kristi LeeAudio production: Erik KrosbySpecial thanks to Wednesday LaChanceSpecial thanks to Dave WolfmanInformation sources:Can be found with the episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Music credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music usedMusic below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Kai Engel - DifferenceChris Zabriskie - Fly Inverted Past A JennySergey Cheremisinov- Mothers handsChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Igor Khabarov - StayChris Zabriskie - I Don't See the Branches, I See the Leaves by Chris Zabriskie - YouTubeDark Water - Poddington bearChris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some peopleChris Zabriskie - Undercover Vampire PolicemanChris - I need to start writing things downChris - Brethren, ArisePhilip Weigl - Subdivision of the MassesChris - I'm a man who will fight for your honourSergey Cheremisinov - When You LeaveSergey Cheremisinov - Sea & NightArs Sonor - Cellular Fugue IIVitus Von Degen - Black glovesKevin McLeod - Marty Gots a Plan Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
05/01/181h 8m

Robert Pickton - Part 2

[Part 2 of 4] We continue our journey through Robert Pickton’s life, and that of the missing women of the Downtown Eastside. More mistakes are made by the Vancouver Police Department. And two people will come into Robert Pickton’s life who will provide very important evidence later on.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcast recommendation:The Dirty Bits Podcast Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime  Social media and contact information:Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook page: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Facebook group: /www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter:  twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits:Research and writing: Meg Zhang and Kristi LeeAudio production and additional original scoring: Erik KrosbySpecial thanks to Wednesday LaChanceSpecial thanks to Dave WolfmanInformation sources:Can be found with the episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Music credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music usedMusic below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Chris Zabriskie - I Am Running Down the Long Hallway of Viewmont ElementaryChris Zabriskie - Take Off and Shoot a ZeroChris Zabriskie - Readers Do You ReadChris Zabriskie -The House Glows With Almost No HelpChris Zabriskie - Cylinder SevenChris_Zabriskie - I Need to Start Writing Things DownChris Zabriskie - CGI SnakeKevin MacLeod - Colorless AuraKevin MacLeod - Dreams Become RealKevin MacLeod - Basement FloorKevin MacLeod - Promises to KeepKevin MacLeod - Crossing the Threshold GhostpocalypseKevin MacLeod - Hard BoiledKevin MacLeod - AnxietyKevin MacLeod - Thunder DreamsKevin MacLeod - Echoes of TimeKai Engel - DifferenceKai Engel - ImminenceMax Surla - Thinking BackAudionautix - NamasteJingle Punks - Stale MateSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
21/12/1755m 9s

Robert Pickton - Part 1

[Part 1 of 4] Canada's most prolific serial killer was active from the late 80s until his capture in 2002. Robert Pickton was a pig farmer who lived in Port Coquitlam, a suburb of Vancouver. Over 20 years, he hand-picked the most vulnerable and desperate women from Vancouver's downtown eastside, lured them to his farm, and "disposed of them" there. Who was he? And how did he get away with it for so long? Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsRecommended reading:On the Farm: Robert William Pickton and the Tragic Story of Vancouver's Missing Women - by Stevie Cameron.Robert Pickton: The Pig Farmer Serial Killer by Chris Swinney Podcast recommendation:The Trail Went Cold Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeSocial media and contact information:Visit: www.canadiantruecrime.caFacebook page Facebook groupTwitter Instagram Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits:Research and writing: Meg Zhang and Kristi LeeAudio production and additional original scoring: Erik KrosbySpecial thanks to Wednesday LaChanceInformation sources:Can be found with the episode at www.canadiantruecrime.ca.Music credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music usedMusic below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Chris Zabriskie-Undercover Vampire PolicemanChris Zabriskie-LaserdiscChris Zabriskie-Itasca Its Glowing Red HotChris Zabriskie-Everybody’s got problems that aren't mineChris Zabriskie-Cylinders 7Chris Zabriskie - Mario Bava Sleeps in A little later than he expected toChris Zabriskie-I don't see the branches, I see the leavesKai Engel-Imminence Kai Engel-DifferenceKevin MacLeod-Blue SizzleKevin MacLeod-AnxietyKevin MacLeod-Long Note OneKevin MacLeod-Long Note TwoKevin MacLeod-Long Note ThreeKevin MacLeod-Echoes of TimeKevin MacLeod-Zombie HoodooKevin MacLeod-Night BreakKevin MacLeod-Night Music Kevin MacLeod-Sunset at GlengormKevin MacLeod-Spring ThawKevin MacLeod-CryptoPuddle of Infinity-Armchair Stellar CrossingSergey Cheremisinov-Mother's HandsSergey Cheremisinov-Sea NightMisha Dioxin-EmeraldMisha Dioxin-From the Arctic Circle To the southern seasThe 126ers-Secret ConversationsSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
07/12/171h 16m

The Murder of Tori Stafford - Part 3

[Part 3 of 3] The shocking conclusion to the story of an 8 year old girl who went missing from Woodstock, Ontario in 2009. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, I encourage you to listen to that first.CONTENT WARNING: this podcast contains coarse language, adult themes and content of a violent and disturbing nature.....More information:Abduction Prevention Tips www.childsafecanada.com/alerts.aspxCanadian Jury Help - Facebook page and Twitter Podcasts to check out:In Sight episode - 61 Madison Scott They Walk Among Us Once Upon a Crime   Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime Social media and contact information:Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/  Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits: Writer, researcher and narrator: Kristi LeeAdditional research: Dallas AttenboroughAudio production and original scoring: Erik KrosbyMusic credits in episodes 13 and 14:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music and fx used through episodes 13 and 14They Walk of Dreams - Canadian True Crime Loop (created for this podcast)Additional music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/The tracks below come from Free Music Archive:Igor Khabarov - StayMisha Dioxin - From the Arcic Circle to the Southern SeasROZKOL - If theseChris Zabriskie - I’m a man who will fight for your honourSergey Cheremisinov - When you leavePoddington bear - Dark WaterKai Engel - ImmenenceKai Engel Warm of Mechanical HeartIgor Khabarov - StayPodington Bear - Lucky StarsPhilipp Weigl - Subdivision of the MassesChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Sergey Cheremisinov - When you leaveSergey Cheremisinov - Mothers HandsMain information sources in episodes 13 and 14:Global news youtube channel COURT DOCUMENT for Terri-Lynne McClintic - APRIL 30 2010 Audio clips courtesy of the SentinelReview on youtube  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/09/171h 6m

The Murder of Tori Stafford - Part 2

[Part 2 of 3] The shocking conclusion to the story of an 8 year old girl who went missing from Woodstock, Ontario in 2009. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, I encourage you to listen to that first.CONTENT WARNING: this podcast contains coarse language, adult themes and content of a violent and disturbing nature.....Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsMore information:Abduction Prevention Tips www.childsafecanada.com/alerts.aspxCanadian Jury Help - Facebook page and Twitter Podcasts to check out:In Sight episode - 61 Madison ScottThey Walk Among Us Once Upon a Crime  Join my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrime Social media and contact information:Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/478462932506209/ Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits: Writer, researcher and narrator: Kristi LeeAdditional research: Dallas AttenboroughAudio production and original scoring: Erik KrosbyMusic credits in episodes 13 and 14:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music and fx used through episodes 13 and 14They Walk of Dreams - Canadian True Crime Loop (created for this podcast)Additional music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/The tracks below come from Free Music Archive:Igor Khabarov - StayMisha Dioxin - From the Arcic Circle to the Southern SeasROZKOL - If theseChris Zabriskie - I’m a man who will fight for your honourSergey Cheremisinov - When you leavePoddington bear - Dark WaterKai Engel - ImmenenceKai Engel Warm of Mechanical HeartIgor Khabarov - StayPodington Bear - Lucky StarsPhilipp Weigl - Subdivision of the MassesChris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7Sergey Cheremisinov - When you leaveSergey Cheremisinov - Mothers Hands Main information sources in episodes 13 and 14:Global news youtube channel COURT DOCUMENT for Terri-Lynne McClintic - APRIL 30 2010 Audio clips courtesy of the SentinelReview on youtube Hamilton Spectator Coverage  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/09/1751m 5s

The Murder of Tori Stafford - Part 1

[Part 1 of 3] In 2009 in the city of Woodstock, Ontario, an 8 year old girl would go missing. This shocking story that unfolded would decimate the façade of the sleepy, blue-collar city, exposing a network of cracks that had long lay just below the surface. The damage would be both widespread and irrecoverable.CONTENT WARNING: this podcast contains coarse language, adult themes and content of a violent and disturbing nature.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsPodcasts to check out:The Night Time Podcast - “Where is Mekayla Bali”?Playlist PodcastJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeSocial media and contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/ Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comWriter, researcher and narrator: Kristi LeeAdditional writing and research: Dallas AttenboroughAudio production and original scoring: Erik KrosbyMusic credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music and fx used in the first half of the story They Walk of Dreams - Canadian True Crime Loop (created for this podcast - used for Michael Rafferty background story)Additional music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/The tracks below come from Free Music Archive:Misha Dioxin - From the Arctic Circle - To the southern seas Keosz - KeO3 Misha Dioxin - Aurora Waking Up to the Sun - Pictures of the Floating World Sergey Cheremisinov - Sea & Night Dexter Britain - Together in the Empty Kai Engel - Denouement Poddington Bear - Dark Water Chris Zabriskie - There's a special place for some people Sergey Cheremisinov - Fog Kai Engel - Warm of Mechanical Heart Chris Zabriskie - I need to start writing things downThe tracks below come from YouTube audio library:Puddle of Infinity - Wind Marching For Rain Keosz - Arrival Main information sources:Timeline and cast of charactersRoad to murder: How Terri-Lynne McClintic became a killer.Michael Rafferty: The Killer who wouldn't breakAudio clips courtesy of the SentinelReview on youtubeHamilton Spectator coverageInterrogation tapes courtesy of... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
27/08/171h 10m

Shell Lake Massacre

The story of Saskatchewan’s worst mass murder. 21-year-old Victor Hoffman suffered from paranoid schizophrenia which saw him descend into madness, leading to a collision with an unsuspecting family that would have tragic consequences.…..Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more about:Rampage: Canadian Mass Murder and Spree Killing by Lee MellorVincent Li episode on The Minds of MadnessThe Greyhound Bus Beheading episode on Dark TopicPodcasts to check out:In SightCourt JunkieJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeSocial media and contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comCredits: Writer, researcher and narrator: Kristi LeeAudio production and original scoring: Erik KrosbyAdditional editing, mixing: Mike MigasMusic credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of original music in the first half of the storyMusic below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/The tracks below come from Free Music Archive:Lucky Stars by Podington Bear Dark Water by Podington Bear Antoine’s Song by ROZKOL Fly Inverted Past a Jenny by Chris Zabriskie Cylinders 7 by Chris Zabriskie Everybody’s Got Problems That Aren’t Mine by Chris Zabriskie We Always Thought The Future Would Be Kind of Fun by Chris ZabriskieMain information sources:Rampage: Canadian Mass Murder and Spree Killing by Lee Mellor‘Schizophrenia, Mass Murder, and The Law’ by F.H. Kahan, Orthomolecular Psychiatry, Volume 2, Number 3, 1973, Pp. 127-146http://orthomolecular.org/library/jom/1973/pdf/1973-v02n03-p127.pdfCLIPPING: ‘Leask man charged in mass murder’, Saskatoon Star Phoenix. August 21, 1967 CLIPPING: ‘Living in the shadow of Tragedy’, Calgary Herald, 8 June 2008http://leaderpost.com/storyline/a-whole-family-was-murdered-in-shell-lake-in-1967http://orthomolecularvitamincentre.com/illnesses-and-conditions/mental-disorders/schiz-disorders/dr-hoffers-schizophrenia-page/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/08/1754m 15s

The Murder of Paula Gallant

Nova Scotia | Two days after Christmas in 2005, 36-year-old schoolteacher Paula Gallant went shopping and never returned. Just hours after she was reported missing by her husband Jason MacRae, her body was found in the trunk of her car. How did she die? And who would have cause to harm someone so beloved by her wide network of family, friends and the local community? This is a heartbreaking tale of two sisters who wouldn’t give up, and a family bond that can’t be broken—no matter what. …..Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more about:Facts about violence against women in Canada - Canadian Women’s Foundationwww.paulagallant.caPodcasts to check out:True Crime Island 36 TimesJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes, video AMAs and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeSocial media and contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpod Instagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comMusic credits:Erik Krosby - composer and producer of music and fx in the first part of the story.We Talk of Dreams- Canadian True Crime loop   The tracks below from https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/musicImpending Doom Film Trailer by Doug Maxwell (04:09) Wind Marching For Rain by Puddle of Infinity (05:41) Stale Mate by Jingle Punks (06:41)Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/    The tracks below from http://freemusicarchive.org/:ROZKOL - Antoine’s song Chris Zabriskie - I need to start writing things down Chris Zabriskie - Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected to Chris Zabriskie - We always thought the future would be kind of fun Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7 Chris Zabriskie - Dark Glow of the Mountains Chris Zabriskie - Land on the Golden Gate ROZKOL - If these Chris Zabriskie - Brethren Arise Chris Zabriskie - I’m a Man who will fight for your honour Chris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some peopleSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
15/07/171h 11m

The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 3

[Part 3 of 6] Conclusion to the Tim Bosma and Dellen Millard trilogy; you’ll hear what Dellen Millard and Mark Smich got up to after Tim Bosma was murdered, and how they went about covering up their crime. We’ll also go through the trial - and find out what their stories were about what happened the night Tim Bosma went missing. Finally, we’ll go through where the case is up to now - particularly with Laura Babcock and Wayne Millard. Is Dellen Millard on the track to being classified as a serial killer?This episode is part one in a multi-part series that covers three cases over six episodes. All episodes, in order, are:07 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 108 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 209 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 319 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 120 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 233 - Dellen Millard and the murder of his fatherSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more about:Tim’s Tribute - registered charity dedicated to providing assistance to the families of innocent victims of homicideDark Ambition: The Shocking Crime of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich by Ann BrocklehurstPodcasts to check out:Already GoneQuid Pro QuoJoin my patreon to get early, ad-free episodes and more:www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeSocial media and contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comThe Canadian True Crime podcast is researched, written and narrated by Kristi Lee with audio production by Erik Krosby.Music credits:We Talk of Dreams- Canadian True Crime loop (track created specifically for this podcast) Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Heartbeat Drone 2 fromhttps://www.dl-sounds.comThe tracks below from http://freemusicarchive.org/:Chris Zabriskie - Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected to ROZKOL - If these Trans Atlantic Rage/Balogh - Space Sailing Soul Chris Zabriskie - Itasca It’s glowing red hot Vitus Von Degen - Black gloves ROZKOL - Antoine’s song Chris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some people Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7 Chris Zabriskie - Fly Inverted Past A Jenny Chris Zabriskie - Brethren, Arise Chris Zabriskie - I’m a Man who will fight for your honour Main information sources:Dark Ambition: The Shocking Crime of Dellen Millard and Mark Smichby Ann Brocklehurst Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
27/06/171h 17m

The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 2

[Part 2 of 6] We learn more about Dellen - a party boy rich kid who decides he wants a particular make and model of truck, and doesn’t want to pay for it. So he arranges a test drive with one he sees online. Tim Bosma, the seller of the truck, never returns from the test drive. Who is Dellen Millard? And why did he want that truck?This episode is part one in a multi-part series that covers three cases over six episodes. All episodes, in order, are:07 - The Murder of Tim Bosma08 - Dellen Millard - Part 109 - Dellen Millard - Part 219 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 120 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 233 - Dellen Millard and the murder of his fatherSupport my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsLearn more:Tim’s Tribute - registered charity dedicated to providing assistance to the families of innocent victims of homicideDark Ambition: The Shocking Crime of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich by Ann BrocklehurstPodcasts to check out:The Night Time PodcastDark Topic MisconductSocial media and contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/canadiantruecrimeMusic credits:We Talk of DreamsCanadian True Crime loop (track created specifically for this podcast - it starts at around 35:00) Music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Podcast theme music: Space Trip from www.dl-sounds.comMercury fromwww.dl-sounds.comThese tracks fromhttp://freemusicarchive.org/:Chris ZabriskieMario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected to Chris Zabriskie - Everybody’s got problems that aren’t mine Chris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some people Chris Zabriskie - Land on the golden gate Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7 Chris Zabriskie - Fly Inverted Past A Jenny Chris Zabriskie - I’m a Man who will fight for your honour Chris Zabriskie - The Life and Times of a Certain K Zabriskie, Patriarch Ketsa - Looping lifeMain information sources:Dark Ambition: The Shocking Crime of Dellen Millard and Mark Smichby Ann BrocklehurstWayne Millard’s Obituary - written by Dellen Millardhttp://www.cbc.ca/fifth/episodes/2014-2015/the-murder-of-tim-bosma-the-devil-had-a-name Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
09/06/1753m 38s

The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 1

[Part 1 of 6] In 2013, a 32-year-old family man took two potential buyers for a test drive in the truck he was selling. He never returned from that test drive. What happened? Was it about the man or the truck? This is a heinous, senseless murder that shocked the nation and still continues to do so.This episode is part one in a multi-part series that covers three cases over six episodes. All episodes, in order, are:07 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 108 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 209 - The Murder of Tim Bosma - Part 319 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 120 - The Murder of Laura Babcock - Part 233 - Dellen Millard and the murder of his father...Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors...Learn more about:Death in the Family by John ChipmanTim’s Tribute - registered charity dedicated to providing assistance to the families of innocent victims of homicidePodcasts to check out:The Night Time PodcastConvictedSocial media and contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Email: CanadianTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.comAll feedback is welcome!Music credits:We Talk of Dreams- Canadian True Crime loop (track created specifically for this podcast <3 - it starts at around 7:30) All music below is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/And these tracks fromhttp://freemusicarchive.org/: Chris Zabriskie - Everybody’s got problems that aren’t mine Chris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some people Chris Zabriskie - Land on the golden gate Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7 ROZKOL - If these Chris Zabriskie - Theatrical Poster for Poltergeist III Chris Zabriskie - We always thought the future would be kind of fun Chris Zabriskie - Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected to Main information sources:http://www.cbc.ca/fifth/episodes/2014-2015/the-murder-of-tim-bosma-the-devil-had-a-namehttp://www.thespec.com/news-story/6235051-interactive-trail-and-timeline-of-the-tim-bosma-murder/All articles stemming from this section:http://www.thespec.com/hamilton-topics/2874624-tim-bosma-casehttp://www.cbc.ca/interactives/longform/news/wayward-son-dellen-millard-tim-bosma-trialhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpJcSozmeJ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
22/05/171h 8m

The Murder of Reena Virk

In 1997, a 14 year old girl is invited by a group of peers she thinks are her friends to meet under a bridge in Victoria, British Columbia. What happened next was unthinkable. The crime was a watershed event that changed peoples' attitudes about youth violence and incited controversy in Canada.Support my sponsors:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsors…..This episode was brought to you by:Death in the Family by John ChipmanFor more information, please follow us on social media:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: twitter.com/CanadianTCpodInstagram: www.instagram.com/canadiantruecrimepod/Podcasts to check out:Twisted PhillyTrue Crime Fan ClubAll feedback is welcome!Music credits:Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/And these tracks fromhttp://freemusicarchive.org/: Chris Zabriskie - Brethren, Arise Chris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some people Chris Zabriskie - There are many different kinds of love Chris Zabriskie - The Dark Glow of the Mountain Ars Sonor - Trace of Cluster Blear Moon - Cold Summer Landscape Chris Zabriskie - Cylinders 7 Mank - Soundtrack 1 Act 4 ROZKOL - So sorry, little girl Arts Sonor - Cellular Fugue II -ONO- Still 5 Chris Zabriskie - Theatrical Poster for Poltergeist III Chris Zabriskie - Fly Inverted Past a Jenny Chris Zabriskie - The House Glows With Almost No Help Ketsa - Looping Life All music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Main information sources:http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/kelly-ellard-reena-virk-hearing-1.3941842http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/convicted-b-c-killer-kelly-ellard-allowed-escorted-prison-absences-1.3302583http://www.cbc.ca/news2/background/crime/youthcrime_timeline.htmlttp://vancouversun.com/news/crime/reena-virk-murder-nearly-two-decades-ago-greater-victoria-lost-its-innocencehttp://www.timescolonist.com/news/kelly-ellard-30-waives-latest-parole-hearing-for-1997-murder-of-victoria-teen-reena-virk-1.24596http://www.academia.edu/1268100/A_fair_trial_Race_and_the_retrial_of_Kelly_Ellardhttps://canadiandimension.com/articles/view/reena-virk-critical-perspectives-on-a-canadian-murder Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/05/171h 13m

Teen Boys Who Kill

All about young offenders in Canada, this episode tells the stories of two disturbed teenaged murderers who were connected to the controversial Young Offenders Act. This episode contains content of a disturbing and violent nature, and includes child murder with a sexual component. Listener discretion is advised.…..Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsFor more information, please follow us on social media:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CanadianTCpodPodcasts to check out:Court JunkieThey Walk Among UsThe Minds of Madness1995All feedback is welcome!Music credits:Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/These tracks fromhttp://www.dl-sounds.com: Mercury Dark cue 2 And these tracks fromhttp://freemusicarchive.org/: Chris Zabriskie - Brethren, Arise Gallery Six - Hydroscope Chris Zabriskie - Everybody’s bot problems that aren’t mine Chris Zabriskie - I’m a man who will fight for your honour Chris Zabriskie - There’s a special place for some people Chris Zabriskie - There are many different kinds of love Chris Zabriskie - Itasca It’s glowing red hot Cyris Zabriskie - Cylinder Seven Ars Sonor - Karma Yoga Chris Zabriskie - Land on the Golden Gate Chris Zabriskie Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected toAll music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Main information sources:http://www.lop.parl.gc.ca/content/lop/researchpublications/8613-e.htmhttp://canadiancrc.com/Youth_Justice/Law_Times_YCJA_Controversy.aspxhttp://citizen.on.ca/?p=7391http://www.mapleleafweb.com/features/youth-justice-canada-history-debates.html/http://www.thebarrieexaminer.com/2010/06/30/a-farewell-to-the-chief-5Clipping: Lethbridge Herald, February 28, 1985 “Youth can’t ‘comprehend’ actions”Clipping: Brandon Sun, Brandon, Canada April 3 1985 “Role-playing fantasy game is cited in deaths”Clipping: Winnipeg Free Press, March 21, 1985 “Insanity ruled in strangulation deaths of children”Clipping: Brandon Sun, March 21, 1985 “Judge rules young murderer is not guilty because of insanity”Clipping: Orangeville Citizen, October 29, 2009 “Family still feels pain of children’s murder 25 years ago”Clipping: Medicine Hat News, April 7, 1994, “Family vows to fight parole”Clipping: The Chilliwack Progress, September 19, 1997 “Bizarre sex-play led to child-killer’s death”Clipping: Medicine-Hat news, February 5, 1997 “Sex-killer hanged”Clipping: Lodi News-Sentinel - October 9, 1985 “Killer and victim’s mom exchange... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
01/04/1737m 15s

Douglas Garland

This episode is about the heinous and senseless murders of Alvin and Kathy Likness and their grandson, five-year-old Nathan O’Brien, who were snatched one night from their beds by a psychopathic man with a criminal past. The crime shocked the province of Alberta and made national news.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsFor more information, please follow us on social media:Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CanadianTCpodPodcasts to check out:They Walk Among Us The Minds of Madness1995All feedback is welcome!Music credits:Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Heartbeat Drone 2http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/heartbeat-drone-2/And these tracks fromhttp://freemusicarchive.org/: Still 1 and Still 5 (version) by -ono ROZKOL - If These ROZKOL - Antoine’s song Chris Zabriskie - Fly Inverted Past a Jenny Chris Zabriskie - Undercover Vampire Policeman Gallery Six - Hydroscope Chris Zabriskie - Everybody’s got problems that aren’t mine Chris Zabriskie - I’m a man who will fight for your honour Vitus Von Degen - Black gloves Blear Moon - Cold Summer Landscape Ars Sonor - Karma Yoga Chris Zabriskie - I need to start writing things downAll music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Main information sourceshttp://www.huffingtonpost.ca/news/douglas-garland-trial/http://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/calgary-police-missing-boy-grandparents-did-not-leave-on-their-own-volition-1.1894229http://cnews.canoe.com/CNEWS/Canada/2017/01/16/22697603.htmlhttp://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/calgary-police-missing-boy-grandparents-did-not-leave-on-their-own-volition-1.1894229http://globalnews.ca/video/3231607/douglas-garland-murder-trial-court-shown-graphic-photos-from-aerial-photographerhttp://www.coronationfuneralhome.ca/notices/AlvinKathy-Likneshttp://www.legacy.com/obituaries/calgaryherald/obituary.aspx?pid=172366448http://globalnews.ca/news/1453658/missing-calgary-family-who-were-nathan-obrien-alvin-and-kathryn-liknes/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
14/03/1738m 3s

Cody Legebokoff

This is the story of Cody Alan Legebokoff: Canada's teenaged serial killer. Cody had a normal childhood, a loving family, and was described as popular and easy going. A typical Canadian teenager who was into sports. But he was hiding a darkness inside him. Cody had a double life and the people who knew him were shocked when his murderous crimes came to light.Support my sponsors! Here's where the discount codes are:www.canadiantruecrime.ca/sponsorsFor more information, you can follow the podcast on Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ All feedback is welcome!The Canadian True Crime podcast is hosted by Kristi, an Aussie true crime fanatic who lives in Canada and is a proud Canadian citizen.Music credits:Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/And these tracks fromhttp://freemusicarchive.org/: ROZKOL - If These ROZKOL - Antoine's song Chris Zabriskie - Fly Inverted Past a Jenny Chris Zabriskie - Brethren, Arise Chris Zabriskie - Undercover Vampire Policeman Gallery Six - Hydroscope Chris Zabriskie - Everybody's bot problems that aren't mine Chris Zabriskie - I'm a man who will fight for your honour Vitus Von Degen - Black gloves Blear Moon - Cold Summer Landscape Mank - Soundtrack 1. Act 4 Chris Zabriskie - There's a special place for some people Ketsa - Looping LifeAll music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Main information sources:The Country Boy Killer: The True Story of Serial Killer Cody Legebokoff (Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked the Nation Book 6)http://www.vancouversun.com/news/metro/serial+killer+cody+legebokoff+just+another+garden+variety/10196285/story.htmlhttp://globalnews.ca/news/167103/who-is-cody-alan-legebokoff/http://www.pgfreepress.com/legebokoff-girlfriend-takes-stand-in-murder-trial-in-prince-george/http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/09/12/cody-legebokoff-victims-families_n_5812000.htmlhttp://www.vancouversun.com/news/evidence+links+alleged+serial+killer+with+four+victims+crown+tells+trial/9900540/story.htmlSupport the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
28/02/1756m 54s

Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka - 2

[Part 2 of 2] The conclusion of the story of two married sexual sadist serial killers who terrorized the Greater Toronto and Niagara areas in Canada in the late 80s and early 90s. This episode goes into their marriage, the psychopathic, diabolical crimes they are known for, their arrests, trials, controversy and “where are they now”. There’s also a cameo by Luka Magnotta. If you think you know this story, you’ll definitely hear some information you haven’t heard before.The Canadian True Crime podcast is hosted by Kristi, an Aussie true crime fanatic who lives in Canada and is a proud Canadian citizen.For more information, you can follow the podcast on Facebook www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime. All feedback is welcome!If you like this podcast, you could check out one of my faves - The Minds of Madness - here www.facebook.com/themindsofmadness/ Music credits:Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Hopelessness IX, I, XII, VIII by Daniel James Dalbyhttp://freemusicarchive.org/search/?sort=track_date_published&d=1&quicksearch=HopelessnessSoundtrack 1 act 4 by Mank http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Mank/Heartbeat Drone 2 http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/heartbeat-drone-2/5. Still 1 and Still 5 (version) by -ono-http://freemusicarchive.org/search/?quicksearch=onoMercury https://www.dl-sounds.com/?s=mercury&post_type=downloadHeartbeat Done https://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/heartbeat-drone/Borg Cityhttps://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/borg-city/Dark Cuehttps://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/dark-cue/Dark Cue 2https://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/dark-cue2/Ambient Dark Skieshttps://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/ambient-dark-skies/All music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Main information sources:Stephen Williams: Invisible Darkness: The Horrifying Case of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
13/02/171h 9m

Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka - 1

[Part 1 of 2] They call them the Ken and Barbie killers. The perpetrators of one of Canada’s most heinous and notorious crime sprees. They were a good-looking couple and seemed to have it all… but behind the mask was a cesspool of depravity and evil. This story is about Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, a couple of sexual sadists who terrorized the Greater Toronto and Niagara areas in the late 80s and early 90. Part 1 details their childhoods - explaining how they came to be Canada's most notorious couple, how they met, and the Scarborough Rapist attacks. The Canadian True Crime podcast is hosted by Kristi, an Aussie true crime fanatic who lives in Canada and is a proud Canadian citizen.For more information, you can follow the podcast on Facebook: www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/ All feedback is welcome!Music credits:Podcast theme music: Space Trip. http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Hopelessness IX, I, XII, VIII by Daniel James Dalbyhttp://freemusicarchive.org/search/?sort=track_date_published&d=1&quicksearch=HopelessnessSoundtrack 1 act 4 by Mank http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Mank/Soudtrack 2 act 3 by Tim Nelson http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Tim_Nelson/Heartbeat Drone 2 http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/heartbeat-drone-2/6. A timelapsehttp://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/a-timelapse/Still 1 and Still 5 (version) by -ono-http://freemusicarchive.org/search/?quicksearch=onoMercuryhttps://www.dl-sounds.com/?s=mercury&post_type=downloadAll music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Main nformation sources:Lethal Marriage: The Unspeakable Crimes of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolkaby Nick Pronhttp://mrjamesryan.com/2011/12/15/paul-bernardo-understanding-the-sexually-sadistic-serial-killer/http://crimefeed.com/2016/08/the-ken-barbie-killers-where-is-karla-homolka-today/http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/anxiety-over-sex-drove-him-bernardo-told-police/article1352880/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
29/01/1726m 36s

00 Obligatory Intro Episode

Welcome to Canadian True Crime - a new podcast that will take you on a journey through Canada’s most notorious murder stories. There'll be a bit of everything - serial killers, murders and more.This boring introduction gives you a bit of background into Canada and debunks the stereotype of the “nice Canadian”. You'll get to find out why someone with an Aussie accent is producing a Canadian True Crime podcast.Stay tuned for Episode 1 of the Canadian True Crime Podcast: Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka.For more information, you can follow us on Facebook:www.facebook.com/canadiantruecrime/All feedback is welcome!Music credits:Podcast theme: Space Trip.  http://www.dl-sounds.com/royalty-free/space-trip/Looping life by Ketsa. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ketsa/End_is_Beginning/Looping_Life_All music is used under an Attribution License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Support the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
20/01/172m 46s
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