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The Missing Men of Pike County Ohio | Missing Persons Cases Network | Small Town Serial Killer |
43 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
What Nightmare's Are Made Of | The Coachella Couple |
This is about one of the biggest mysterious when it comes to Missing Persons. The Coachella Couple.
11 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
William Slaton | Sexual Predator | Removed Woman's Fingers & Tattoo's Before Stuffing Her in Barrel | Meet Up For 3-Some Gone Wrong |
Police in Middleton, Ohio discovered a bowl containing human fingers and patches of tattooed skin while searching the home of William Slaton, who's been formally charged in the death of Cecily Cornett. An Ohio man accused of cutting off a woman’s fingers and tattoos and keeping her nude body in a barrel was indicted Wednesday on a murder charge. William Slaton, 35, was arrested in late June after a caller tipped off police about a dead body allegedly being kept at the man’s home, according to a press release by the Middletown, Ohio Police Department. Cecily Cornett, 21, had met Slaton online while Slaton was trying to arrange a threesome, Middletown Det. Ken Mynhier testified in court, according to Ohio outlet WKRC. Slaton told investigators he woke up one morning after using drugs to find Cornett's hanged body in his basement, Mynhier testified. Slaton allegedly confessed to then using a cigar cutter to slice off all ten of the woman's fingers and a razor blade to remove two or three of her tattoos, Mynhier said. Slaton also allegedly confessed to keeping the woman’s body in his basement for several days before stuffing it into a metal drum, according to court documents obtained by Ohio station WLWT. Oxygen | Man Accused Of Cutting Off Woman’s Finger, Tattoos And Keeping Her Nude Body In A Barrel Is Indicted On Murder Charge People | Ohio Woman, 21, Was Found Dead in Barrel — and Now Man Is Accused of Killing, Dismembering Her MPCN | https://www.facebook.com/MissingPersonsCasesNetwork/posts/657199875140190
29 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Introduction to The Smiley Face Killer Theory
The Smiley face murder theory (variations include Smiley face murders, Smiley face killings, Smiley face gang, and others) is a theory advanced by retired New York City detectives Kevin Gannon and Anthony Duarte, and Dr. Lee Gilbertson, a criminal justice professor and gang expert at St. Cloud State University. They allege that a number of young men found dead in bodies of water across several Midwestern American states from the late 1990s to the 2010s did not accidentally drown, as concluded by law enforcement agencies, but were victims of a serial killer or killers. The term "smiley face" became connected to the alleged murders when it was made public that the police had discovered graffiti depicting a smiley face near locations where they think the killer dumped the bodies in at least a dozen of the cases. Gannon wrote a textbook case study on the subject titled "Case Studies in Drowning Forensics". The response of law enforcement investigators and other experts has been largely skeptical.
43 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
What Nightmare's Are Made Of | WANTED Monsters | Jory Worthen | Woman Beater & Coward | Episode 7 |
This Podcast has changed quite a but since its inception. When I was looking into Arkansas in the state by state covering of America's Missing Persons cases I found out about this case. We need to share this Podcast as far and as wide as each of us can. Jory Worthen Brutally murdered Alyssa Cannon and her son Brayden Ponder and they need justice! Listen to the Podcast for all the important details.
74 minutes | Apr 20, 2019
Watts Happened - Episode 5 - Missing Pregnant Postal Worker Kierra Coles (III) Interview with Her father Joseph Coles (2/2)
This is the final part of our 3 part series on Kierra Coles. The first part covered her case briefly. The second part was the first part of our interview with her father and this is the remainder of that interview.
73 minutes | Apr 14, 2019
What Nightmares Are Made of | Episode 4 | Missing Pregnant Postal Worker Kierra Coles | Part II | Interview With Her Father (1/3)| New Information!
Kierra Coles has gotten some attention, but not National News attention like she and many others deserve. while that case was still current there is no reason it shouldn't have been broadcast Nationwide. Now that the case is considered cold the outlook is grim. This is Part 2 because we did a brief summary of the case for our first episode. There will be one more part which will contain the rest of the interview. Mr. Coles gives us new exclusive information. Please Share to keep others aware
68 minutes | Apr 2, 2019
What Nightmare's Are Made Of | Episode 3 | Amanda Kay Jones | Part I | Interview With Parents |
*Audio improves at 20 min mark* Bare with us, our goal is to spread awareness and we’re continually trying to improve on our quality.** We interview Bertha and Hugh and uncover more than just a missing persons, we find the investigation, or lack of, was botched from the get-go. This family deserves answers, closure and justice. Please share this podcast in hopes to get Amanda’s story back out there in hopes to bring her and baby Hayden home. Bryan is in with "the good ole boy club" in his small southern town. Because of that he has been able to dictate how much the case is looked into .
17 minutes | Mar 29, 2019
What Nightmare's Are Made of | Episode 2 | Amanda Kay Jones | Part I |
This case is one of the biggest injustices I have come across in the last year and a half. Bryan Westfall, the man who killed her, has easily gotten away with murder due to his standing in town. The Good Ole Boys club is THRIVING in Hillsboro Missouri. This is a summary episode as the next one is an interview with her parents. Jones met Brian Lee Westfall at the horse show grounds at the Hillsboro Civic Center in the vicinity of the 10300 block of Highway 21 in Hillsboro, Missouri on August 14, 2005. She was last seen in the parking lot of the center at 5:00 p.m. that same day. She has never been heard from again. Jones's blue 1997 Pontiac Sunfire was later found unlocked and abandoned in the parking lot. Her purse was inside the vehicle, but keys, wallet and cellular phone were missing and have never seen again. The last time her phone was used was when she took an incoming call at 1:15 p.m. Jones claimed Westfall was the father of her unborn child, a boy whom she planned to name Hayden Lucas. Westfall and Jones had dated briefly after meeting at a party at Christmas in 2004, but their relationship didn't last long and Westfall didn't hear from her again until February 2005, when she told him she was pregnant. Westfall stated he didn't believe Jones's unborn child was his and he didn't want to continue his relationship with Jones. Jones told friends she was considering seeking child support from Westfall. She met him on the day of her disappearance to find out what role, if any, wanted to play in the baby's life. They were supposed to have lunch together at the Off the Hook restaurant. Westfall has cooperated with the investigation and maintains his innocence in Jones's disappearance. He stated they met in the parking lot of the Hillsboro Civic Center at 1:00 p.m. and spoke inside their parked cars for about an hour, and when he left sometime between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m., Jones was sitting inside her car and talking to someone on her cellular phone. Police are skeptical of the story, however, because it was a very hot day and Jones's car's air conditioning was broken, and because Westfall initially told Jones's mother they had lunch together as planned and hadn't just stayed in the parking lot. Jones is divorced and left behind a young child, whom she had custody of. Her former husband is not considered a suspect in her case, and he died in November 2007. After his death, their daughter was placed in the care of her maternal grandparents. Jones was employed as a loan administrator at the Eagle Bank in Festus, Missouri in 2005. Her loved ones stated it was uncharacteristic of her to leave without warning, and she could not walk easily as a result of her pregnancy. There has been no activity on her cellular phone or credit cards since her disappearance, and no evidence that she checked into any hospital to deliver her baby. Her last known credit card purchase was at a drugstore; she bought a soda and hair spray hours before she went missing. Her case remains unsolved.
37 minutes | Mar 18, 2019
Episode 1 | Watts Happened | Missing Pregnant USPS Worker from Chicago Kierra Coles |
This episode is about Kierra Coles. She went missing from her apartment in Chicago. Listen to the episode for all the details and how we feel it is similar to The Watts case. This is just a summary of the case. A few episodes later we have two exclusive interviews with her father. It has always bothered me how her case seems to be underreported.
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