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60 minutes | Aug 19, 2019
Question & Answer Bonus Episode, Season 1
Tony and Al answer questions from listeners regarding Season One of Murder Phone.
42 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Tony and Al go through the many clues that Gore wrote about regarding his trophies. After years of letters Gore eventually gives great directions and draws a map that will lead to the spot where his trophies (scalps and photos) are buried. Tony and Al actually go to this location in 2010 when researching Tony's book.
32 minutes | Aug 5, 2019
Slipping Through The Cracks Of Justice
Tony and Al discuss the timeline of Gore and Waterfield's crimes. Waterfield and his daughters proclaim Fred's innocence. Tony and Al using the timeline and facts of the case shoot holes in Fred's story and why he should never get out of prison.
102 minutes | Jul 29, 2019
Survivor, The Angela Hommell Story
Tony and Al talk with Angela Hommell as she describes in detail how she was abducted and raped by David Gore and Fred Waterfield. Angela is a true hero and her story will both sadden, and shock you. When you hear the full story about how she was treated after the rape I guarantee it will enrage you. Angela tells us how she literally was raped twice, once by Fred and David and then by law enforcement.
59 minutes | Jul 22, 2019
Gore Stops Talking***Forever
This episode details events that led to Gore's execution. How the information that Tony shared for his book was used without his knowledge to expedite Gore's execution. You will hear the last letters that Gore ever wrote Tony and Tony's responses. This episode will show how David Gore literally talked his way into the execution chamber.
42 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Just Keep Talking David
Gore describes one of his early murders from the 1970s. He is feeling the pressure of the push for his execution.
51 minutes | Jul 8, 2019
Gore Keeps Talking
Gore continues to share information with Tony. He agrees to a tell all story about his life and crimes that he and Fred committed but were never charged with. He describes in great detail the murder of one of their first victims. They actually raped and murdered this young girl in David Gore's house.
74 minutes | Jul 1, 2019
Caught, Like Rats In A Trap
This episode describes the day that the Killing Cousins were finally caught. Tony and Al will compare descriptions of what happened that day from official accounts , Gore's different written accounts and a recorded interview of the lone survivor.
57 minutes | Jun 24, 2019
The Killing of Innocence
Gore discusses how many victims he and Fred killed. He also talks about serial killers mindset when it came to their trophies. In a shocking revelation Gore describes why he took scalps as trophies and what he would do with them. During this episode Tony will share a tragic story that we call the Killing of Innocence. Gore describes the rape and brutal murder of two 14 year old hitchhikers that he and Fred had picked up on one of their hunts. The story is so shocking and tragic that it literally will hurt your heart. The description of what they did to these two innocent teenagers led Gore to have his execution date expedited. He literally talked his way into the execution chamber.
58 minutes | Jun 17, 2019
David Gore discusses how he took polaroid pictures of his victims and buried them with the scalps he took as trophies. He promises Tony he will draw him a map and give detailed instructions as to where they are buried. While doing investigation for Tony's book The Serial Killer Whisperer Tony comes across a cold case that sounds very similar to a murder that Gore describes in one of his letters. The letter details how he picked up Rose a young Indian girl at a truck stop bar. What Tony discovers is truly a sad story of final closure.
72 minutes | Jun 10, 2019
Talking Serial Killers with Dr. Jim Fallon
Dr Jim Fallon is a professor of psychiatry and human behavior and emeritus professor of anatomy and neurobiology in the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine. Tony, Al and Jim discuss the question of whether these killers are born evil or are created. The discussion covers many topics related to how and why the brain effects all types of human behavior.
53 minutes | Jun 3, 2019
Gore & Bundy, Friends Til Death Do Us Part
David Gore and Ted Bundy became good friends on Death Row in Florida. Gore sent Tony many letters describing what the friendship was like and the horrific discription of what they would done if they knew each other on the outside. The letters discuss their crimes, Bundy's wife and little girl's visits, and Gore's general impression as to what Ted was like . Tony also covers Ted's claim that pornography led him to do the terrible things he did and at the same time the letters show Gore's surprising response to this. This a rare look at two serial killers bonding on death row and what type of interaction an unholy alliance like this produces.
42 minutes | May 27, 2019
Mom's Got To Go
The interruption of the murder of an innocent women is described in detail. Gore and Waterfield are so upset they decide to kill Fred's mom if it happens again.
34 minutes | May 20, 2019
The Perfect Storm
The Perfect Storm is defined as :A combination of events which are not individually dangerous, but occurring together produce a disastrous outcome. David Gore and Fred Waterfield truly were THE PERFECT STORM. Together they became the most violent storm of torture, rape and murder that Vero Beach Florida had ever experienced.
39 minutes | May 9, 2019
Getting To Know David Gore
Tony Ciaglia along with his dad Co-Host Al Ciaglia will get into the personality of David Gore. Through Gore's early letters the listeners will start to get an idea of the twisted and sick thoughts of this evil killer. These letters will be read without any edits so Gore's words that were written to Tony over 11 years ago will be shared just as he wrote them. The early letters start to tell a horrifying story shared directly from the serial killer. This is a long story with many twists, turns and unexpected results. Tony's commentary based on his 6 year relationship with Gore adds an extra element to this true story.
94 minutes | May 8, 2019
Murder Phone, Tony Ciaglia The Serial Killer Whisperer, Life with a Traumatic Brain Injury
I am a tramatic Brain Injury Survivor. My family is my biggest support system so in this our first episode and with their help I'd like to tell you my fascinating story of life before and after the accident. We'll talk about how my Brain Injury dramatically changed my life. I will describe in detail my Near Death experience and the choice I was given and how the changes in my life eventually led me to corresponding with some of the most notorious killers in the world. This led to some of these relationships to be documented in the best-selling book “The Serial Killer Whisperer.”
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