Killin Missin Hidden

Killin Missin Hidden

Unsolved murders, missing persons, and the unexplained. Killin Missin Hidden publishes a new episode every Tuesday. Hosted by a former Alabama criminal defense attorney, we dig deep into each case, trying to find answers for those questions that haven't been resolved. If you like what you hear, subscribe and share us with a friend!

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July 27, 2021 58 min

Jerry Brudos terrorized the Pacific Northwest during the late 1960s.  Abused as a child, he never developed a healthy attitude towards women or sex.  This would eventually manifest itself in a creepy and criminal way as he is known for taking the lives of four women in only  15 months.  Had he not been caught so quickly, it is doubtless he would have achieved the infamy of Richard Ramirez or Ted Bundy due to the brutal nature of hi...

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Leslie Vaughn was one of San Antonio's most respected criminal defense attorneys.? He had represented a wide range of individual, including some with some nefarious backgrounds.? In fact, he had confided in trusted friends that he was concerned one former client in particular was looking to put a hit out on him.? It wasn't long before Leslie was found dead in his bedroom, shot execution style.? However, as the forensic inve...

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July 13, 2021 29 min

Dogman is known as the American Werewolf.  Since it was first reported in Michigan in the 1800s, stories of Dogman have been reported throughout the United States as well as the world.  It's described as a hideous mix of a man's torso with dog or wolf-like legs, arms, and head.  This week we learn about the legend's origins and hear tales of several reported encounters throughout the world. 

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Johnny Gosch was a 12 year old boy living in West Des Moines, Iowa, who had a loving mom and dad, a cute little dog, and a paper route.  On a Sunday morning in September 1982, Johnny took his dog and his wagon to go pick up the papers for his route.  He never returned home from this trip.  The police essentially refused to help, causing his mother to hire a private investigator.  What the PI found changed what all of America though...

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The event you've been waiting for - the Bad Things of Summer Podcast Festival!  Enjoy tales of true crime and terror from the following podcasts:

The Strange Sessions (2:21)

Quite Unusual (23:13)

It's Always the Husband (50:05)

Killin Missin Hidden (1:14:15)

A Teacher and a Crime Scene Tech Walk Into a Bar (1:36:16)

Nopeville (2:00:50)

True Crime Cat Lawyer (2:20:16)

Enjoy the festivities and share with all of your friends, family,...

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June 29, 2021 52 min

Randy Stair was a typical YouTube content creators, trying to make it big like so many other video producers throughout the world.  However, his videos now stand as a reminder of how destructive an undiagnosed and untreated mental illness can be.  Over the course of his final three years on the platform, one could see a steep mental decline coupled with a sharp increase in anger, rage, and death worshipping.  All of this ended on a...

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June 22, 2021 34 min

What if reality isn't what we think it is?  What if the stories about us living in a computer simulation are true? This week we hear nine tales of glitches that have appeared in peoples' lives that suggest reality may not be as stable as we think. 

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https://thoughtcatalog.com/january-nelson/2020/01/30-creepy-times-there-was-a-glitch-in-the-matrix-that-will-make-you-feel-like-were-living-in-a-simulation/

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Matthew Pendergrast was only two weeks away from graduating college.  He was happy, intelligent, and friendly.  He was also driven.  He knew that his purpose in life was to help the less fortunate.  Yet he suddenly disappeared one morning.  His car was found a state away, on a private dirt road, with the keys in the ignition.  Police could find no evidence of what happened to Matthew.  The only clues left behind involved elvish cul...

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Sometimes genius and madness are only a thin line away from each other.  Anatoly Moskvin was considered a brilliant if not genius-level academic whose knowledge of languages and Celtic history was unmatched.  He also had a peculiar interested in graveyards and burial rites, which became the main focus of his research.  While his colleagues considered him an odd man, even they could not believe what horrors were found in his house w...

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Skylar Neese was a cute young 16 year old at University High School in Star City, West Virginia.  She was an awesome student, dreamed of being an attorney, and was well-liked by so many people.  Though she had several close friends, she was known as being besties with Sheila and Rachel.  They were inseparable.  Until, one day, they weren't.  Skylar went missing the summer after her sophomore year and suspicions began to surroun...

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Skylar Neese was a cute young 16 year old at University High School in Star City, West Virginia.  She was an awesome student, dreamed of being an attorney, and was well-liked by so many people.  Though she had several close friends, she was known as being besties with Sheila and Rachel.  They were inseparable.  Until, one day, they weren't.  Skylar went missing the summer after her sophomore year and suspicions began to surroun...

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The tale of the alien encounters at the Ariel School in Zimbabwe almost disappeared into the sands of time if not for one intrepid reporter and a Harvard professor/psychologist.  In 1994, over 60 children claimed to have witnessed several UFOs and communicated with one of the alien beings during recess.  Every single one of the children described the event in same way.  Every single child described the aliens in the same way.  And ...

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In what may be the strangest case we've ever covered, we learn the of the sad upbringing of Daniel LaPlante, his rejection by his peers, his turn to crime, and the events that ultimately left him locked up in prison for the rest of his life.  Seriously, we've got child abuse, unrequited love, a haunted house, a cross-dressing bride, and a triple murder.  It's such a crazy case we had to invite our friends from the Nopev...

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May 4, 2021 33 min

We covered the murder of Tammy Haas in episode 62.? Since then, anonymous sources have provided Killin Missin Hidden with new information.? A ton of new information.? So we are reexamining this case with the new facts so we can understand more of this mysterious, unsolved murder.

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https://unbatedcom.wordpress.com/blog/

https://www.mitchellrepublic.com/the-vault/6982785-FBI-Yankton-Police-offer-15K-reward-for-information-on-1...

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April 29, 2021 18 min

Martha Lambert was only 12 when she went missing right before Thanksgiving 1985. ?Did this little girl run away from her troubled one of her brothers? ?Listen to this mini-episode to learn about this odd case.

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April 27, 2021 34 min

Phoebe Handsjuk was a smart and talented young lady who was battling inner demons.? Her therapist was worried about her mental health and thought she was heading down a path to suicide.? Her boyfriend described her alcohol addiction as a monster she just could not defeat. Ultimately, her life ended with a fall from her 12th story apartment. ?But did she jump or was she pushed? ?While police treated the death as a suicide from the g...

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Did you ever expect to see a title like this from a podcast?  Killer vending machines.  Well, while that would be fun, this week's story is more about a serial killer who used vending machines to poison over a dozen people in Japan in 1985 - and who was never caught.  Come join us as we explore this strange crime that has never and will never be caught.

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https://medium.com/the-mystery-box/the-vending-machine-murders-687...

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April 13, 2021 37 min

We are back with everyone's favorite topic this week, Missing 411 cases.  We are rather snow-heavy in this episode, with three of our five tales focusing on skiers.  As always, be prepared for stories that don't make any sense and can't be easily explained.  As always, I grabbed these tales from the Missing 411 books published by David Paulides.

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Ashley and Tahlia from a Teacher and a Crime Scene Tech Walk Into a Bar have asked that we upload our latest collaboration to our site!  They didn't so much ask.  They are holding our two dogs hostage.  It's a dire situation.  Please, please listen and subscribe to their podcast! Two pups depend on it!!!

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April 6, 2021 28 min

Online dating is a wonderful way for people to meet the love of their life, maybe even their future spouse.  But it's also a playground for the not-so-cool.  Wade Ridley safely falls into that category.  Wade wasn't completely balanced and had trouble controlling his aggression, which would occasionally turn murderous.  Listen today as we scare you away from meeting folks online with Wade's story.  Enjoy!

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