These murders hit far to close to home. These young lives were so brutally cut short for nothing more than a minor debt. The crime was senseless and stupid. Family and friends are left with sadness and anger . A community left wondering why it had to go this way.
4 -year-old Derrick Robie was allowed to walk to his summer rec program by himself on Aug 2 1993, it was the last time he would walk anywhere ever again. His brutal murder made all the worse when his killer was unmasked.
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This is the frustrating story of Menachem Stark a husband, father and real estate developer who was in a tight spot and quickly blamed for his own death. A life cut too short by anger and senseless acts. Financial woes far to often lead people to commit horrific acts of violence.
Sorry about the delay. We were sick. I am still sick but on the mend. It was not COVID! Thanks for listening
Maksim Gelman did a whole lot in a very small amount of time, none of it good
This is the story of nine women who went missing and were murdered in Poughkeepsie New York and how their killer was allowed to harm so many for so long.
My husband Duane , (everyone calls him Bubba) has joined the podcast. He is a retired LEO who loves true crime as much as I do. Today we discuss Kendall Francios the Poughkeepsie Killer. This is part 1 of 2 AND redo of Episode 1. Enjoy and Thanks for listening. Please listen to the end for some episode corrections and information about a few missing people who deserve justice!
Wikipedia Kendall Francois https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kendall_Francois
Murderpedia Kendall François https://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/francois-kendall.htm
I can’t thank you enough for sticking with me. Stay tuned for an episode TOMORROW and hopefully the 1st Tuesday of every month from now on!
Unfortunately there is no update, District Attorney Sandra Doorley does not believe the case can be solved. Hundreds of people are left without answers. Ten people lost their lives and thirty four were injured, none of them will get justice.
The volume in the first five minutes is kind of wonky. Sorry about that, it gets better!
This episode has a 911 call
Christina Alexander Karlsen
Submitted photo of homicide victim Levi Karlsen. On Nov. 24, 2012, the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of Levi’s father, Karl H. Karlsen, age 52, 885 Yale Farm Road, Romulus, on the charge of Murder in the Second Degree. Investigators alleged that on November 20, 2008, Karlsen intentionally caused the death of his son, Levi, 23, by causing a car Levi was working on to fall on Levi in the barn at their home. Photo supplied by Levi Karlsen’s grandfather, Art Alexander, of California. Alexander suspects Karl Karlsen killed his first wife, Alexander’s daugther Christina Alexander Karlsen, in a fire in 1991 in California.
Levi Karlsen died in 2008 at 23 years old. His death turned out to be murder. A murder committed by his very own father. Insurance money was the motive. The confessed killer Karl Karlsen spent years orchestrating several ways to gain large sums of money He is suspected in the death of his first wife Christina Alexander Karlsen and will soon face trial in that case.
An update is sure to come
Below are the resources used for this episode
Finger Lakes Times
The Union Democrat
Ledger Dispatch News
20/20 on ABC
Criminal Confessions on Oxygen
Crime Watch Daily on Youtube (911 CALL)
All information gained through sources listed above with the exception to the claim that Karl Karlsen was bad with money. Please note I have not been able to corroborate the information or the source it was gained from. I did not list that source as it is most likely “fake”
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After three months (SO SORRY IT TOOK SO LONG) Part Two
Look forward to an episode a month from now on!
This is part one of the Marybeth Tinning story.
This is a very heavy story to listen to. It is about the deaths of eight very small children. If you can’t handle that type of thing … skip this episode.