All posts tagged: Unsolved Murders

True Crime Uncensored: Jack the Ripper is a Woman?

 True Crime Uncensored! Saturdays at 2pm PT, 5pm ET  Listen LIVE  on Outlaw Radio: CLICK HERE Join Burl Barer, Howard Lapides and Mark Boyer: The Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 continue to exert a macabre hold on our imagination. Among the first serial murders, their brutality and bizarreness, and the seeming impossibility of detection have a terrible fascination. What kind of person could have performed such horrific deeds, and could have overstepped the boundary of what marks humankind? How could they not have been caught by the unprecedented police effort? The murders were reported on around the world and the murderer was the first to be given a macabre nickname. He has been the subject of hundreds of books and several films but his identity remains a mystery. Suspects have included the eminent Victorian doctor Sir William Gull, royal gynecologist Sir John Williams and the painter Walter Sickert. Conspiracy theories abound, involving Masonic, Jewish and other connections. This is the story of the extensive research of John Morris and his late father. Starting with the many unresolved …

Crime Wire Examines Two Cold Cases: Do YOU Have a Clue?

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/insidelenz Segment 1: In 1971 Joan Butterbach vanished and for almost 6 years her family had no idea where she was, or why she was gone.  In 1977, Mark Van Osdale, 16 at the time, was fishing on Lake Tainter when he saw something strange protruding through the surface of the water.  What he saw ended up being Joan Butterbach’s car, with her body in the trunk.  According to the Dunn County Medical Examiner, Chris Kruse, “The car was rigged to propel itself into the water without a driver.” Guests include Christopher Kruse, Chief Medical Examiner for Dunn County Wisconsin, and family spokesperson and Crime Wire Director of Research, Kim Kolton.  Questions have been raised about the fact that some individuals knew about the submerged car, and what went wrong in the original investigation.   Segment 2: On September 4, 2008, 33-year-old Daniel Ray Underwood, his girlfriend Rebecca Nelson, and a friend, Maria Harvick, were …

Crime Wire Examines Unsolved Murders of Kenneth Kanehl and Pamela Barnes of Waterford, Michigan

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/insidelenz Double Unsolved Homicide of Kenneth Kanehl and Pamela Barnes Seven years after the 2005 murders of Kenneth Kanehl and Pamela Barnes, there have been no arrests or charges, and although much speculation and suspicion, naming of the main suspects will be a shock. The pattern of conduct of persons close to the deceased has raised many questions by the families and those left behind in this awful tragedy.  Why have investigators let this slide? Overview from guest,Jessie Kanehl, stepmother of Kenneth Kanehl: On July 3, 2005, Kenneth Kanehl, 39 and Pamela Barnes, 41 were murdered in their home on the 5400 block of Brunswick, Waterford, MI.  Their bodies were discovered on Wednesday, July 6, 2005.  They were both shot in the head multiple times.  Kenny was off on vacation that week so his absence at work did not concern anyone.  On either Tuesday or Wednesday, Pam’s boss called her mother to notify her …

Tuning in to Solve Crime! CrimePAY$

Tuning in to Solve Crime: CrimePAY$ Radio! “Rewards are proven to be a great motivator in solving crime.”  Upcoming Show, Sunday, May 8, 8pm ET Susan Murphy Milano Host!  Total Rewards  $200,000  Case 1 – $25,000 WANTED FUGITIVE REWARD – RANDY “MAD DOG” YAGER To neighbors in Gary, Ind., Randy Mark Yager was a nice guy, always eager to lend a helping hand. But to the Outlaw Motorcycle Club, “Mad” was a vicious leader who was feared by his enemies and allies alike. And to the U.S. Marshalls office, he is one of America’s 15 most wanted fugitives. Yager, 48, is wanted on charges of murder, arson, possession and use of explosives, possession and trafficking in counterfeit U.S. currency, robbery, burglary, trafficking in stolen motor vehicles, and narcotics violations. Case 2 – $75,000 MISSING PERSON REWARD – LISA STEBIC Lisa Stebic, a mother of two children who enjoyed her job at an elementary school in Plainfield, Ill., disappeared on April 30, 2007. According to her husband, Lisa left their home around 6 p.m. while he was …