Mysteries of The Ohio Valley

Mysteries of The Ohio Valley

The banks of The Ohio River keep secrets and stories that often get overlooked, but not anymore. Join Nate and Devin as they dive into the dark, strange, and sometimes unexplainable happenings from Pittsburgh to Paducah, and beyond. These are the Mysteries of The Ohio Valley.

Episodes

September 21, 2022 29 min

Nate's friend Rachel jumps onto the podcast to help us close out Season 3. Some people will go to great lengths to turn a dollar, but what about 5.7 million dollars? In December of 2004, four men stole some very rare books from Transylvania University's library. Could they really pull this off? Dive in and let's find out!


Sources:

The Untold Story of the “Transy Book Heist” | Vanity Fair

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September 7, 2022 36 min

How on earth can there have been five mysterious deaths in the Bourbon Capital of the world, and no one to answer for their crimes? Nate and his writing partner Rick hop into this Mystery of the Ohio Valley.


Sources:


Bardstown Murders: Are Crystal Rogers, Officer Jason Ellis And Tommy Ballard Connected? | Crime News (oxygen.com)

The Bardstown Murders: Nightmare in Nelson County - InsideHook

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Could three attacks on unsuspecting women in 1991 all have been connected? Nate looks into the cases of Cheryl Ann Kenney, Angela Hammond, and Trudy Darby on this episode of Mysteries of The Ohio Valley!

Sources:

Cheryl Ann Kenney – The Charley Project

Angela Hammond | Unsolved Mysteries Wiki | Fandom

The Murder of Trudy Darby • Jess Rush • Marvin Chaney (oddmurdersandmysteries.com)

Angela Marie Hammond – The Charley Project

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It's been around since long before we settled into the Ohio Valley, but just how old is it? And who designed it so perfectly? Nate along with his guest host dive into the meaning and mystery behind the Great Serpent Mound of Peebles, Ohio!

Sources:

Serpent Mound - Wikipedia

Serpent Mound - HISTORY

Serpent Mound - Ohio History Connection

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August 17, 2022 44 min

Asenath, or "Seenie" Dukat was walking home from school on June 3rd of 1980. When she never came home alive, police frantically searched for who could have done such a monstrous act. Could they also have been involved in similar crimes that took place in Upper Arlington, Ohio during that year? Nate dives into one of the most relevant cases in the Valley on this episode of MoTOV!


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The Long Walk Home (longwalkhomeua.com...

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When a preacher and his wife are found murdered in their Northern Kentucky home, police key in on a number of different suspects and motives for this Ohio Valley Whodunnit.

If you have anything about this case, regardless of whether you think it's noteworthy or not, let Detective Coy Cox know by reaching out to him at the Boone County Sheriff's Office number: (859) 334–8496 or submit information at www.boonecountyky.org/so/c...

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The Ohio Valley has been home to a number of tragedies since it was settled. None of which may be more impactful and horrifying than what happened in Southgate, Kentucky on Memorial Day Weekend of 1977. The playful and smooth tones of actor and singer John Davidson were supposed to be ringing through the halls of the Beverly Hills Supper Club, but all that could be heard on that fateful Saturday night were sirens, screams, and the ...

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Nate gives you a Season 3 update on Mysteries of The Ohio Valley. We promise it'll be worth the wait! Mark your calendars for August 3rd of 2022 when the first episode drops!

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On a brisk October night in 1969, a husband and wife were murdered along with another family member in their upscale Cincinnati home. Nate and Devin discuss what could have gone down that, and how money and power could have been the motive. Thanks for all of your support through season 2! Be sure to keep up with us on Instagram, Patreon, and at StoveLeg.com for info about the next season and other show releases on our platform.

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We've covered a number of legends and folk tales throughout the first two seasons of this series. From buried treasure in a Southern Illinois Cave, to mystery stalkers, and haunted insane asylums - we've chatted about quite a bit. This week's show has some of that classic spookiness, but one thing is not an urban legend - the fact that several people have hit by trains while looking for a mysterious "Goat Man" i...

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The late 1930’s were a time of transition and healing for most of the United States, and especially the state of Ohio. As people in the Valley began to go back to work after the Great Depression, life seemed to be bouncing back to new heights. But the neighborhood of Kingsbury Run in Cleveland, Ohio was about to drop to a horrible low. We’ll dive into our last serial killer episode of season two today on Mysteries of The Ohio Valle...

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In 1944, the quiet town of Mattoon, Illinois was shocked when a stretch of gas attacks were reported. Very little evidence was found, which led to only more questions about the alleged assailant. Could the dozens of incidents in Mattoon be due to an attacker? Could it be pollution? Or is this due to something like mass hysteria or a ghost? We discuss all of the options on today’s episode of Mysteries of The Ohio Valley.

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Weston, West Virginia was home to one of the most impressive structures in all of the Ohio Valley – the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. While the building itself was a glorious creation, the deeds committed inside are as horrible as it gets. But the terrible deeds that took place inside of the madhouse were not just committed by the patients. We’ll take a look into the real descent into madness on this episode of Mysteries of The O...

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In June of 2011, Lauren Spierer enjoyed a night out with her friends on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington. But after leaving the famous Kilroy’s Sports Bar, she vanished, and has yet to be seen since. Thousands of tips, a dozen search warrants, and over a decade of looking for Lauren. Will she ever be found? Is this considered a “cold case?” Find out on this high-profile episode of Mysteries of The Ohio Valley.

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It's time for us to give back to you! We've got a little Patreon sample for you all to enjoy! We've got cigarettes, beer, a few Chimpanzees, and a bunch of lawsuits. Just another day in the Ohio Valley.

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Jennifer Bailey went for a morning jog up on Pine Mountain in Bell County, Kentucky in August of 1990. After she never came back down the mountain, a frantic search began. What they found on the mountain was horrifying. Find out more on this episode of Mysteries of The Ohio Valley

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Barbara Barnes was a sweet young girl in Steubenville, Ohio. One day, on a walk to school, she disappeared. What officers would find next would shock all of Northeastern Ohio.

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August 18, 2021 23 min

Octavia Hatcher experienced complications at birth and fell into a deep postpartum depression. Eventually, she wound up in a coma. Mistaking her for being dead, her husband ordered her to be buried. Thus begins the horrific legend or Octavia Hatcher.

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