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41 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 10 - Incoming Call
After reporting on this story for more than a year, there is still a lot we don't know. We have been unable to speak with the only person who knows for sure what happened inside 202 Reserve Place, until now. If you have questions for a Q&A episode with Taylor and Sten, send us a voice memo or an email at email@example.com.
1 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family announcement: An Unexpected Development
Episode 10 will be delayed until next week due to an unexpected development.
38 minutes | Mar 11, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 9 - The Letter, Part 2
In the second half of the 27-page letter Tody Todt sent from jail to his estranged father, Tony describes what he found when he returned home the morning after his children were killed. To read Tony's letter in its entirety, visit the episode page at https://www.theday.com/podcasts-by-the-day/20210311/episode-9---letter-part-2
43 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 8 - The Letter, Part 1
On June 19, 2020, Tony wrote a letter from jail to his father, Robert Todt. In 27 hand-written pages, he catches Robert up on his family's lives leading up to the murder, and describes the night they died in great detail. Tony also says he is innocent of both the murders and the health care fraud, and lays the blame on someone else. To see the full letter in PDF format, visit the episode page at https://www.theday.com/podcasts-by-the-day/20210303/episode-8---letter-part-1
36 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 7 - What's up Cheesepuff?
We hear Tony's voice for the first time, in a series of phone calls from jail to his sister. Tony says he was not there the night of the murders, and places the blame on someone else.
46 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 6 - Celebration
The murders of the Todt family in the Disney-developed town of Celebration, Florida, impacted a community once founded on neighborly engagement. Some Celebration residents saw the tragedy as a wake-up call, a reminder that darkness may be present behind the happy facades we see on the outside. Scenes from the public memorial service in Celebration Video of the special prayer service at Community Presbyterian Church
48 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 5 - Like Father, Like Son?
Almost 40 years before Tony Todt was charged with killing his wife and children, his father Robert Todt was convicted of hiring someone to kill his wife Loretta, Tony’s mother. Tony was just four years old and was home the night his mother was shot in their home in Pennsylvania. Loretta was shot in the face but survived. Robert, who still maintains his innocence, reflects on how this traumatic event led to his son’s fate and recalls the details of his own arrest and trial. For more stories, photos and videos, visit www.lookingforthetodtfamily.com
37 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 4 - A Double Life
Before he was arrested on murder charges, Tony Todt was a man deep in debt and in trouble with the law. A federal health care fraud investigation into his physical therapy practices found a brazen false claims scheme. Patients and employees of Tony recall a visit from the FBI to Tony's offices and the unceremonious end of Family Physical Therapy, with Tony fleeing to Florida. For more stories, photos and videos, visit www.lookingforthetodtfamily.com
48 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family - Episode 3: This Doesn't Make Any Sense
Tony and Megan Todt were high school sweethearts. Tony was voted most likely to succeed by his classmates. Friends described Megan as a ray of sunshine. Yearbook photos, text messages and social media posts portrayed a perfect, happy loving couple. No one who knew Tony and Megan can make any sense of the tragedy. More photos, episodes and stories at www.lookingforthetodtfamily.com
45 minutes | Jan 20, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 2 - The Bedroom Upstairs
Friends and family were not the only ones looking for Tony Todt. On January 13, 2020, federal agents went to the Todt family's home in Celebration, Fla., to arrest Tony on charges of healthcare fraud. When they entered the house, they made a disturbing discovery. To see crime scene photos and autopsy reports, visit lookingforthetodtfamily.com.
23 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
Looking for the Todt Family episode 1 - Off the Grid
A seemingly happy family from small town Connecticut goes missing. At first, relatives thought that the Todt family was sick with the flu. Then, when no one could reach them, people speculated that the Todts had "gone off the grid" on vacation or on the run. They soon learned that the truth was much worse than that. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Podbean For all of our coverage of the Todt family murders, visit https://www.lookingforthetodtfamily.com
2 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
Introducing: Looking for the Todt Family
Looking for The Todt Family is a new podcast from The Day. The first episode will be available January 13, 2021. On January 13, 2020, four bodies were found inside a home in Celebration, Florida – a small community near Disney World. The bodies were those of Megan Todt, 42, a stay-at-home mom, yoga instructor, and former physical therapist, and her children, Alek Todt, 13, Tyler Todt, 11, and Zoe Todt, 4. They had all been drugged with Benadryl and Megan, Alek, Tyler, and Breezy, the family’s dog, had been stabbed. According to the medical examiner, they had been dead for weeks. Tony Todt, Megan’s husband and the children’s father, was found inside the home with their bodies. He was arrested and charged with murder. This podcast explores every facet of this case, from Tony’s violent family history to the FBI investigation surrounding Tony’s healthcare fraud, the murders themselves, and Tony’s revelations, and accusations, from jail. It also will follow the case through Tony Todt’s trial. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Subscribe on Podbean www.lookingforthetodtfamily.com
33 minutes | Oct 24, 2018
Update episode: What did we learn from the first season, and what do we have planned for season two?
Reporters Karen Florin, Erica Moser and Lindsay Boyle sat down with producers Tim Cotter, Peter Huoppi and Carlos Virgen to discuss season one, share some updates on a couple of the cases and to talk about plans for season two.
19 minutes | Aug 8, 2018
Episode 3: Family left to wonder what happened on New Year's Eve 2006?
When 26-year-old Erika Cirioni went missing New Year's Eve 2006, she left her family and friends distraught and desperate for answers. Who was she with that night? Was she still alive? And, if not, why might someone have wanted to kill her? When children playing in the woods in Montville found Cirioni's remains in March 2012, one of those questions was answered, but the others remained. In today's episode of "Case Unsolved," you'll hear family and friends — including one who got a call from Cirioni the night she disappeared — talk about what they think happened to Cirioni and how her death still affects them. To be part of the conversation, join the "Case Unsolved" Facebook group or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
28 minutes | Aug 1, 2018
Episode 2: Missing person's case becomes a murder investigation
Erika Cirioni's case isn't like the others we've explored in our podcast. While there surely was a crime scene, police never found it. Until March 2012, when some children found her remains in the woods in Montville, she technically was considered a missing person. That was more than five years after she vanished on New Year's Eve 2006. In this week's episode of "Case Unsolved," we'll dig deeper into Erika's last known moments and the years that followed. Where did police look for her? Why might someone have wanted to kill her? And who did she talk to on that fateful New Year's Eve?
34 minutes | Jul 25, 2018
Episode 1: Erika goes from homebody to drug user
Erika Cirioni was 26 when she went missing on New Year's Eve 2006. Her family immediately was concerned; even though she had turned to drugs in her later years, it wasn't like her to stay away from home. Her remains, covered by some rocks in a field in Montville, weren't found for more than five years. The first episode of the "Case Unsolved" podcast on Erika Cirioni is available beginning today. We'll explore what life was like for Erika growing up in some of the poorer areas of New London and Norwich, and what might have turned her from a homebody into someone getting in trouble with the law. You can listen to it, as well as a trailer on the case, at www.caseunsolvedpodcast.com or on any podcast app. Previously, "Case Unsolved" looked at the 1984 murder of Desiree Michaud in Groton and the 1995 murder of William Spicer Jr. in Groton. To be part of the conversation, join the "Case Unsolved" Facebook page or email us at email@example.com.
3 minutes | Jul 18, 2018
Trailer - Erika Cirioni
Erika Cirioni, a 26-year-old mother of two from Norwich, was last seen alive on New Year’s Eve 2006. Her remains were discovered in the woods by a group of children playing in the area in March 2012. The state office of the Chief Medical Examiner could not determine a cause of death, but based on the circumstances of the case, her death is considered a homicide but it continues to be unsolved. Erika had a troubled life leading up to her disappearance and murder, including multiple arrests related to drugs and theft. Over the next few episodes, we'll talk to friends and family to tell the story of her life before she started having legal problems and before she became a young mother. And we'll talk to law enforcement to find out the difficulties of investigating a murder with no crime scene.
10 minutes | Jul 11, 2018
William Spicer Jr. Bonus Episode: Police work comes into question
Since the first two episodes of the William Spicer Jr. murder podcast some questions have been raised about the initial police work. Reporter Erica Moser explores why police didn't take Spicer's fingerprints before he was buried, requiring an exhumation of the body four months later. She also follows up on a tip that his death was initially thought to be of natural causes, meaning the scene was not secured for hours. Spicer was stabbed to death on March 15, 1995, on his Christmas tree farm in Groton. He was found dead inside his tan Ford Taurus on a dirt road at the 27-acre Sparkle Lake Christmas Tree Farm. He had been stabbed multiple times in the neck and abdomen.
33 minutes | Jul 4, 2018
The Story of William Spicer Jr. - Part 2
William Spicer Jr. was stabbed to death on March 15, 1995, on his Christmas tree farm in Groton. He was found dead inside his tan Ford Taurus on a dirt road at the 27-acre Sparkle Lake Christmas Tree Farm. He had been stabbed multiple times in the neck and abdomen. In the days after his murder, a helicopter flew overhead and police dogs ran through the trees. Police looked in storm drains and trash bins nearby for a murder weapon and stopped motorists on Thomas Road seeking tips. Five days after the murder, divers searched an irrigation pond near the 13th hole of the Trumbull Golf Course. To be part of the conversation, join the Case Unsolved Facebook page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
21 minutes | Jun 27, 2018
The Story of William Spicer Jr. - Part 1
William Spicer Jr. was stabbed to death on March 15, 1995, on his Christmas tree farm in Groton. He was found dead inside his tan Ford Taurus on a dirt road at the 27-acre Sparkle Lake Christmas Tree Farm. He had been stabbed multiple times in the neck and abdomen. Beginning today, "Case Unsolved" takes on the Spicer murder case. The state has long offered a $50,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Spicer's face is featured on wanted posters and he is the "king of hearts" in a deck of playing cards distributed to inmates. In 2011, divers searched Sparkle Lake in Groton looking for clues, and the investigation remains active. To be part of the conversation, join the Case Unsolved Facebook page or email us at email@example.com.
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