118. [Texas] Robin Spielbauer
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2w ago
In Amarillo, Robin Spielbauer is found murdered on the side of the road and police quickly put together a list of suspects, focusing in on Robin's former friend, Katie. Police work to build a solid case, depending on the FBI and forensic evidence. Fun Fact: Pliers are illegal in Texas, this has to do with an old cowboy law. It's illegal to carry them in the state since a long time ago, cowboys used to carry them in their pockets and they'd be used to cut through barbed wire fences. Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Support us on Patreon - for early access a ..read more
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117. [Louisiana] Tammy Bowers
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1M ago
In 1990, Tammy Bowers was abducted while on a phone call with a friend outside of a convenience store in Geismar, Louisiana. Despite knowing the moment she was taken, the case would quickly go cold. It would take modern science to finally bring her killers to justice. Fun Fact: In Louisiana, it is illegal to eat more than three sandwiches at a funeral. Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Support us on Patreon - for early access and ad-free, join our Patreon! Buy us a Coffee! - if you want to support the podcast with a one-time donation, buy us a coffee ..read more
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116. [Texas] Carla Walker
Bless This Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast
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2M ago
In 1974, in the suburbs of Fort Worth, Texas, Carla Walker and her boyfriend were attacked in their car while in the bowling alley parking lot. Carla was dragged from the vehicle while her boyfriend was knocked unconscious. Her body was found just a few days later but it would take over four decades to solve her case using the most advanced DNA techniques (which Stew and I try to explain, very poorly). Fun Fact: Sit on a sidewalk and you may be fined. According to a law in Galveston, a person is not allowed to sit or stand on a city sidewalk or right-of-way in a way that impedes free and unin ..read more
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115. [Tennessee] Johnia Berry
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2M ago
This episode is unhinged, if you hate small talk or our personalities, you might want to skip this one or at least the first 20 minutes...Johnia Berry was a 21 year old student at the University of Tennessee Knoxville when she was stabbed to death in her apartment. Her roommate and friend was the main suspect until police found DNA evidence pointing to an unknown male. Fun Fact: Mountain Dew was created in Tennessee back in the 1940's, Knoxville was one of the first cities it was marketed to! Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Support us on Patreon - for ear ..read more
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114. [Texas] Serial Killer: Daniel Lee Corwin
Bless This Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast
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3M ago
This week we are covering a serial killer out of Huntsville, Texas. Daniel Lee Corwin killed three women in the East Texas area and attempted to kill two others. He was finally caught when one of his victims survived and was determined to find her attacker. Fun Fact: The Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville opened in 1849, one year after the state legislature created the penitentiary system. As the first state prison in Texas, the Huntsville site soon became known as the "Walls Unit" for the 15-foot brick wall that surrounds the prison yard. Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like ..read more
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113. [South Carolina] Elaine Fogle
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3M ago
In Walterboro, South Carolina, 26 year old Elaine Fogle is brutally murdered in her own home. With very little evidence and no leads, the case quickly turns cold. It would take a new detective and modern science to finally solve the mystery. Fun Fact: In South Carolina, it is illegal to change clothes in a gas station bathroom. This isn't enforced, but is on the books! Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Support us on Patreon - for early access and ad-free, join our Patreon! Buy us a Coffee! - if you want to support the podcast with a one-time donation, buy us a c ..read more
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112. [Texas] Yleen and Lillie Kennedy
Bless This Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast
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4M ago
We are headed to Texas this week where a double homicide went cold for 30 years until a call from several states away breaks the case wide open. Fun Fact: In some Texas cities, you need a permit to walk barefoot. It is required to purchase a $5 permit before walking around barefoot, in order to avoid the city’s code governing “sanitation and appearance." Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Support us on Patreon - for early access and ad-free, join our Patreon! Buy us a Coffee! - if you want to support the podcast with a one-time donation, buy us a coffee!  Ra ..read more
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111. [Georgia] Cyndi Williams and Lori Brown
Bless This Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast
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4M ago
We are back from our short hiatus and covering a double homicide out of Georgia.  Two women were brutally murdered in the middle of the day at a real estate office.  With an unclear motive, police must piece together why these two young women's lives were cut short and find the monster who did it before he strikes again. Fun Fact:  It is illegal to eat chicken with a fork in Gainesville, Georgia.  In 1961, they enacted a law stating that chicken was a delicacy and must be eaten with your hands.  It was mainly a publicity stunt, but the law is still on the books today ..read more
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110. [Texas] Laurie Stout
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5M ago
We are headed to Texas this week where a young mother is brutally murdered while working her overnight cleaning job. All signs point to the husband but without enough evidence they have to let him go. It would take decades to finally bring the killer to justice. Fun Fact: Be careful, you could be married without being present! Texas is a common law marriage state, which means you are considered legally married if the couple makes three public announcements that they’re married. Moreover, a couple can be considered legally married even if the other spouse isn’t present for the ceremony. F ..read more
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109. [Louisiana] Kristi O'Pry
Bless This Mess: A Southern True Crime Podcast
by Bless This Mess
5M ago
We are back from our break and headed to Louisiana where it would take a decade to solve the murder of Kristi and reveal a serial killer in the making. Fun Fact: Even thought Louisiana is known for having Parishes instead of counties, that wasn't always the case. In 1807, the government officially switched from counties to Parishes, based off of local churches. Find us on the webs! Follow us on Instagram Like us on Facebook Support us on Patreon - for early access and ad-free, join our Patreon! Buy us a Coffee! - if you want to support the podcast with a one-time donation, buy us a ..read more
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