Foul Play: Crime Series

Foul Play: Crime Series

Foul Play: Crime Series is a guided one case per season True Crime series podcast appealing to your morbid and obsessed curiosity. Shane Waters began the podcast in January of 2014, making it one of the first crime series podcasts. If you’re looking for a friend to guide you through true crime, Shane will be your new friend in the darkness. Award-Winning Podcast, new episodes weekly. Ad-Free on our Black Label Podcasting channel (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/black-label-podcasting/id6443660911) on Apple Podcasts Premium and Patreon (http://patreon.com/itsfoulplay) . Check out Shane’s history podcast Hometown History (https://link.chtbl.com/hometownhistory) .

Episodes

January 22, 2014 40 min
Catherine Winters was only nine years old when she disappeared from her hometown of New Castle, Indiana on March 20th, 1913. Catherine's disappearance remains the oldest Unsolved Disappearance in the state of Indiana, as well as one of the oldest in the United States.

Featuring Author Lisa Perry.

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While exploring an old museum in Wabash, Indiana - Shane discovers the old basement holds a secret. Join Shane as he sits down with a Historian to discuss why there is a box in the basement of the Wabash County Historical Museum that is full of the bones of a mid-1800s serial killer.

The Wabash County Historical Museum's collections assistant, TJ Honeycutt, gives a tour of the downstairs area which used to be a mortuary for t...
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Charlie and Mavis McCloud are installing a new septic tank on their rural property in Canada. They found an old septic tank on the property and decided to use it. However, when they opened it, they found a human body inside. The body was wearing a gray wool sock and a brown shoe, and it appeared to be attached to a leg.

In 1977, a couple in the small Canadian community of Tofield discovered a body in a septic tank. The body was w...
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In the case of Alvira Johnson and her seven children, it is unclear whether they were murdered or if they met their untimely end in an accident. Either way, their story is one that should be remembered. Alvira and Albin Johnson married around 1923, against her parents' wishes. Albin was 36 and Alvira was only 19. Both were born to Swedish immigrants and Albin was described as a typical farmer in the woods. He was strong and cou...
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March 10, 2018 21 min
With numerous female victims, this series of murders remains an unsolved murder mystery. This introduction episode will tell you a little about the Redhead Murders, which was investigated by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) initially thirty years ago.

In 1985, the body of Lisa Ann Jarvis was found on an Interstate 40 entrance ramp in West Memphis, Arkansas. Also known as Lisa Ann Nichols and Lisa Ann Fuller, she had a ...
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April 3, 2018 31 min
This is the second episode in our series on the Redhead Murders. With numerous female victims, this series of murders remains an unsolved murder mystery. Shane visits the site where the victim covered in episode one was found, and Gemma Hoskins joins the podcast to help find answers to who these women are and who is responsible for their murders.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a string of murders of young women took place in ...
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April 20, 2018 35 min
In our third installment in the series on the the Unsolved Redhead Murders, you hear from a young lady that believes the Jane Doe found murdered inside a fridge in 1985 Barbourville, Kentucky, is her mother. With numerous female victims, this series of murders remains an unsolved murder mystery.

Bruce Jenkins was working at Union 76 truck stop in Kentucky when he saw the redheaded woman who would later be known as the Knox County...
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April 30, 2018 48 min
Traveling to Elizabethton, Tennessee, Shane speaks with a Sociology class at Elizabethton High School about the Redhead Murders. This semester they have been challenged by their teacher to study and report on the Redhead Murders. After discovering my podcast, I traveled to their school to hear about the work they have done so far.

On this episode, you hear from these students as they read to you their 8-page Profile of the person...
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Join Shane as he travels to Barbourville, Kentucky to trace the steps the Bible Belt Strangler made when he killed an innocent victim along 25E. With numerous female victims, this series of murders remains an unsolved murder mystery. Join host and investigative podcaster, Shane Waters, alongside Netflix The Keepers grassroots investigator Gemma Hoskins as they explore this forgotten serial killer case.

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Shane travels again to Elizabethton, Tennessee, to join the high school sociology class at a press conference to tell the world about the Redhead Murders and the Bible Belt Strangler. With numerous female victims, this series of murders remains an unsolved murder mystery.

Join host and investigative podcaster, Shane Waters, alongside Netflix Docu-Series The Keepers grassroots investigator Gemma Hoskins as they explore this forgot...
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Join Shane as he drives the same route the Bible Belt Strangler took after he picked up the Redheaded Jane Doe from King’’s Truck Stop In Barbourville, Kentucky. You will also hear about the stories of two other redheaded women who were almost kidnapped around the same place and time as our murder victim. Are they related or is it a coincidence?

With numerous female victims, this series of murders remains an unsolved murder myster...
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June 19, 2018 34 min
Today is Father’s day and two days before my birthday, so I wanted to share with you a special story about a tragedy that happened in my own family. On November 14, 1979, my dad was hit by a drunk driver - after 42 days in a coma he defied the doctors and woke up. My dad, and my family, were never the same again - but the question remains on if some things happen for a reason. If my dad were never in this horrific accident, I never...
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July 19, 2018 22 min
Shane discusses the very first victim thought to be linked to the Redhead Murders found in Wetzel County, West Virginia. Also in on the discussion is grassroots amateur investigator featured on Netflix’s Docu-Series The Keepers - Gemma Hoskins, along with Kayla Vandeventer who was a student in Teacher Alex’s high school sociology class featured previously in the series. Could a trucker navigate the winding road this Jane Doe was fo...
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September 8, 2018 52 min
Join Shane and Gemma as they discuss the final victim of the Redhead Murders, Summarize what we know so far, and end the series with a very promising update and lead!

*** Listen to the Follow-up season to the Redhead Murders - The Throwaways! ***

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Was the unsolved murder of Sister Cathy to protect the secret of a giant pedophile ring of abuser catholic priests and police officers in Baltimore? Some of this investigation was featured on the Netflix documentary series The Keepers - but here we continue to work on Cathy's case and uncover more of the true events surrounding the abuse and coverup.

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Gemma Hoskins and Shane Waters sit down with Sharon Schmidt to discuss her family, including her uncle that lived across from Sister Cathy at the time of her murder. Sharon also discusses another bizarre unsolved murder that happened in her family only a couple years after Sister Cathy's murder. Two unsolved murders happening around the same man, is it a coincidence?

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Survivor Cindy Lovell suffered for a year and a half of ritual rape and abuse by Father Joseph Maskell while attending Archbishop Keough High School. She had no control, no choice, and those whom she told and asked for help did not believe her. When The Keepers was being filmed she was not quite ready to share her horrific story with the world - but now she is.

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Investigative Reporter Bob Erlandson sits down with Gemma and Shane to discuss all aspects of Sister Cathy's murder, cover up of abuse, as well as the ongoing events surrounding sexual abuse in Baltimore.

Join Shane Waters and The Keepers' Gemma Hoskins in this series, along with many of the women and men featured in the the Netflix series.

This is an ongoing series.

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This episode may not be appropriate for all listeners. Details about sexual abuse will be discussed - listener discretion is advised. Now a Nurse Practitioner, Donna Vondenbosch was ritually abused by Father Joseph Maskell. After years of abuse, Maskell also left Donna with a hypnotic suggestion that if she ever told anyone about her experience she would then have to commit suicide. This is Donna’s story.

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Today you are going to hear from a very brave survivor who wasn’t featured in The Keepers. Michele Stanton can link Edgar Davison with Officer James Scannell, a very important connection. We know already of Father Maskell’s strong ties to the police department, it's starting to get harder to doubt the involvement of this monster whom seems to have always been lurking in the shadows.

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