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Hosts, Jasmine & Megan, discuss a different true crime story in each episode, but one has no idea what’s coming. Megan brings the facts, and Jasmine brings some memorable, off-the-cuff reactions. Don't miss it! If you like being an armchair detective, you'll love being a sideline sleuth. Music and editing by Chris Petro
 
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Like a real-life Phantom of the Opera, Southern California local theater actor Daniel Wozniak lured his victims, Sam Herr and Julie Kibuishi, in the attic of a theatre, where he would kill and dismember them before performing on stage the very same night. As of now, Wozniak alone sits on San Quentin's death row. But is there room for more? Is Rachel Buffett, a former Disney Princess and Dan's ex fiancee, an accomplice in the murderous scheme? Simultaneous to the launch of SLEUTH, today began ...
 
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The Sleuths are real private investigators here to help you find the truth when you need to know. With sometimes shocking, heartwarming, and hilarious stories from the field, they keep it real. Interviews with experts bring you insights on how people leverage P.I.'s in their lives and businesses. When you need to know, call the sleuths — licensed by the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, Jamie hosts this entertaining and informative podcast to educate individuals and business owners.
 
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We’re talking to Brad Jones this week on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. In Part 1, Brad tells stories from his time as the King of the Thunderdome, racing in AUSCAR and NASCAR. He also chats about racing the Thomson-Fowler Mercedes Sports Sedan and his years as a Mitsubishi factory driver racing Group A Starions. V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https:…
 
Secretly, the Green River Killer case haunted Carolyn Ossorio’s childhood and adolescence…growing up near Gary Ridgway's hunting grounds, where he preyed on vulnerable teens and young women, strangling them, stripping their bodies of all earthly possessions and leaving them in the river and green spaces. 49 victims...and yet the first name most thi…
 
I Am Your Host I have worked in the industry for a good fifteen years. My father worked in it before me as a cameraman, but I one-upped him by becoming a director of sorts as well as a cameraman. I run a two-man recording studio inside the facility where all the broadcasts are made. I run lights, film and audio as well as provide scripts and give d…
 
Did you know that less than 10% of all the plastic ever made has been recycled? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Erica Cirino, science writer, artist, and author of Thicker Than Water: The Quest for Solutions to the Plastic Crisis (Island Press, 2021). Cirino describes her 24 day ocean…
 
Disappearance III I hid in a far corner of the room, out of sight, but I knew it would only take a moment for the killer to find me. Once hidden I waited for the approaching steps to reveal the face of the murderer. Sure enough, the light gave me the answer I sought once the well-featured face was brought to the surface from the dark. https://www.t…
 
Disappearance II Upon entering my home I noticed there were a few things amiss. For one, there was a noticeable smell in the air. It was the smell of burning, but not the sweet smell of burning wood, but the terrible smell of burning foliage and plastics. I could not pin it down, but I had smelt something like it before. What mattered most however …
 
Oh goodness, Snoops and Sleuths. I had so much fun talking with Julia Koty about her books, classic movies, and cats. I just know you'll want to follow her on Amazon.com, bookbub.com, goodreads.com, and of course, sign up for her newsletter on juliakoty.com. Her books sound terrific and I can't wait to get a copy for myself. To support the show joi…
 
Curtain Call “How much time do I have?” she asked. “Twenty minutes, Miss Susan,” the stagehand replied before rushing off to climb the scaffold and manage the lights. The theatre was filled to the brim with people. An audience awaited the famous cast to begin their opera, At the Helm, an epic tale of bravery and treachery. Susan had the lead female…
 
We’re talking to Terry Wyhoon this week on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. In Part 2, Terry tells stories from his time in Supercars, the Development Series and Super2, including the time his team's car was seized by police during a race weekend and coming back to win next time out, how close he came to pulling Image Racing out of Super2 la…
 
We’re talking to Terry Wyhoon this week on the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. In Part 1, Terry tells stories from Calder Park Thunderdome, including the funny story behind his first AUSCAR race win, having the only fully Australian-built NASCAR, and getting stitched up by Jim Richards at Bathurst. V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https://bookshop.v8sleuth.…
 
Loss of Sanity “Can you please, just for the briefest of moments, shut up?” the Doctor yelled. Yes, we were being loud during this session, but what did you expect? I prefer silence as well, which is why I don’t speak, but how am I supposed to enjoy my silence in a place of mentally ill degenerates whose only logical thought is to prance around the…
 
Snoops and Sleuths, I had so much fun talking with Audrey Harrison about her paranormal cozy mysteries which she publishes under the name Amelia Hopegood. I hope you'll check out her mysteries on Amazon.com and follow her on Facebook and on Goodreads. To support the show join me on Patreon.com/TheCozySleuth or on Ko-fi.com/thecozysleuth.…
 
Fighting the Tide The waves crashed dramatically on the shore. However, once you have been stuck on a small island such as mine you get used to it. That night there was a storm that was fierce and the waves drew in close, crashing into palm trees now and then, but mainly the beach was belted with the massive waves. The wind is what did the most dam…
 
Red Fox II I rested back in the chair, my eyes seeing stories I had just heard. The fox spoke in such a familiar voice and it was calming to me. I felt my warmed feet slide against each other as I only became more immersed in the fantastical pleasure that was the stories. The fox took a moment to look up from the endless tome and eye me curiously. …
 
Did you know that January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and in all likelihood, we consume the products of slavery every day? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Anne Ross, attorney with Charleston Pro Bono Legal Services, Charleston, S.C. Ross discusses human trafficking…
 
Runner It was just doorways and hallways. All that Jackie could see was the same mess of emptiness that he had already searched as he ran home. Behind him, he could hear the rapid footsteps of one of the undead running after. Still, he was pushing it hard. Eventually, he heard the sound of the dead man’s legs breaking under the constant running and…
 
Hi Snoops and Sleuths and welcome to our first interview of season 9. I had so much fun chatting about books, board games, chocolate, and all things cozy. You can follow Ada Bell at www.adabell.com or on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Ada-Bell you can also find her on Twitter @adabell. To support the show, join me on Patreon at Patreon.com/TheCoz…
 
Missing Signals Repairing a radio is a lot harder when it feels like your fingers are going to fall off from the cold. My team and I are stationed in the arctic tundra, an expedition of biology more than an expedition of geographical discovery. Today we were taking samples outside and letting them react with the polar winds. I stayed indoors, happi…
 
Empty Boulevard Mr Underwood The three of them were young and ignorant. Unfortunately, one of them was my daughter, the rest being her unruly friends. In the end, I am not surprised she decided to ignore my warnings and go down that road in that part of town to enter that boulevard. It was my bad parenting that led her astray, more than the influen…
 
Canadian businessman, Gerald Cotten, was recently married and celebrating his honeymoon when he unexpectedly died. As the news of his untimely death unfolded, the world learned that it wasn't just Gerald that was gone. The shocking details that emerged left many questioning how he died or if perhaps he wasn't dead at all. Join Megan and Jasmine as …
 
The Journey V Two years passed and our lives changed. A year ago, the developers of Dream released a statement saying only one account ever made it to the end of their story. It belonged to me and my roommate. We had done what nobody else could do. The one who was behind us on the mark didn’t even reach the Ruins arc which became so heavy for us. S…
 
Did you know that food labels can mislead us into thinking processed and packaged foods and beverages are healthier than they might appear? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Eva Greenthal, MS, MPH, Senior Science Policy Associate at the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Greenth…
 
The Journey IV My roommate and I decided to save the next stage of our journey for the weekend. If we entered the ancient chamber to find more to the story, we wanted to give it our full attention and avoid any late nights if we could. That meant us hanging around the village and not progressing really. However, that was something we enjoyed despit…
 
Another Realm for Writers: The Wonder of Text Adventures - Writing Today There are many avenues a writer can take in their career. Most hope to become novel writers, selling bestsellers that line the shelves in major book retailers. Some become bloggers, others become journalists, product reviewers. Writers can take to other industries, such as wri…
 
The Journey III No matter what I tried I could not convince my roommate to stop playing the game. It soon became a left-behind piece of code that nobody could crack, but week after week, every day I would go to sleep while he sat in front of the screen exploring deeper and deeper into the world which we found fun long ago, but not anymore. It was a…
 
My roommate and I returned to the screen not too long after what we read. “Who do you suppose the corpse…well…belongs to?” he asked me. “I’m guessing it's the wife of the first one we found,” I answered. “Let’s just search it and get out of here. We have the map.” “Yeah…hurry up.” https://www.thepennedsleuth.com/…
 
Did you know that industries use a variety of tactics to manipulate public opinion about products that can harm our health and environment? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Laura Vandenberg, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs within the School of Public Health & H…
 
The Journey Part 1 Our decisions were never final on the journey. We would go left, but if the path grew difficult, we turned back and went right. The sad thing was whenever we finally made it to a secure crossroads, we would end up falling back because no choice we made seemed to stick in our heads. “Have you tried going into the house and searchi…
 
2021 has been an interesting year for writers. Whether you call it order or chaos, it has had its ups and downs that made it something unique and challenging. One of the greatest challenges, however, is the challenge to overcome procrastination and get as much writing done as possible. It’s a challenge every year, but with these new circumstances w…
 
You’ve asked, we’re answering! Aaron Noonan and Will Dale tackle your questions in a Q&A edition of the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. Some of the topics we tackle in this episode thanks to your questions: - The chassis that have done the least amount of laps before being written off - How many Car of the Future chassis have been built - Cars …
 
Stolen Time “We need to move now!” She yelled over the noise of the machinery. “Run through this door and leave them behind!” “I can’t!” I yelled back. I held onto my child’s hand as I heard the cruel scoff behind me. When I turned back to look, I saw her for a brief second as the door closed, the locking mechanism clanked into place. My daughter h…
 
The True King The ground beneath the knight gave way and he was indifferent about falling with it. He descended, allowing the stones beneath him to become his resting ground as they crumbled and smashed against the rocks within the mountain. He descended to a death he hoped he would receive all those years ago. Despite the long and tremendous fall …
 
Did you know that many physicians are joining with dietitians to help their patients eat well? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Dr. Reshma Shah, M.D., MPH, board-certified pediatrician, and co-author of the award-winning book, Nourish: The Definitive Plant-Based Nutrition Guide for Fam…
 
You’ve asked, we’re answering! Aaron Noonan and Will Dale tackle your questions in a Q&A edition of the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco. Some of the topics we tackle in this episode thanks to your questions: - The most number of wins for a combination of driver and car number - Why Ford didn’t race XR8-style quad headlights on its EF and EL Falc…
 
The Cold Prince The knight climbed to his feet once more, his armour feeling heavier than ever. The thoughts of his past family was a greater burden, but one that he had learned to ignore. He knew full well that resting would only weaken him, but his body longed for a reprieve. The knight collected his will and used it to push him onwards. He would…
 
Did you know that less than 10% of plastic is recycled? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Alexis Goldsmith, National Organizing Director at Beyond Plastics. Goldsmith discusses the myths of plastic “recycling,” plastic’s connection to climate change and how plastic creates global enviro…
 
The Disgraced Guards Sebastian, now free of the Warlock's spells and nightmares, proceeded through the Warlock's den and up a cleaner set of stairs than he expected. As a knight, he was stronger than most, but the Warlock proved to be far more taxing than expected. His mind was still damaged, if not tormented as it once was. https://www.thepennedsl…
 
For this week’s edition of Repco Supercars Weekly, V8 Sleuth’s Aaron Noonan runs through the key news from the Repco Supercars Championship this week, and despite it being the first real week of the off-season, there’s a bit to cover! The Garage: https://www.repco.com.au/thegarageOleh Motorsport Podcast Network
 
Rising with Broken Steps The knight was not faltering on his journey for a moment. All around him were signs of disaster caused by the Prince’s greed, but he would not let the horror sway him in his quest. The mangled bodies were fetid; despite the long age past they would not become bones, rotten reminders of the evil warlocks cursed magic. It was…
 
It’s a special episode of the V8 Sleuth Podcast powered by Repco this week, which falls on December 15, 2021 – exactly 10 years to the day since we lost Jason Richards. We talk to some of the people who knew him best: his wife Charlotte, his dad Dave, plus his good friend – and neighbour! – John Bowe and his former team boss Brad Jones, whose cars …
 
Into the Shattered Kingdom A young knight stood atop a small hall on looking the Shattered Kingdom. It stood before him, a mountain of worlds in frozen collision. Truly it was the horror that all kings feared in this slowly dying world, but luckily, it looked to be the only one to have such a fate. https://www.thepennedsleuth.com/…
 
Hi Snoops and Sleuths. I am so honored to chat with brand new cozy author Lydia Lane about her book Mai Tais and Murder. Be sure to follow her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/lydialaneauthor/ and follow her newsletter at https://lydialanebooks.com/tipoff/. and Make sure you get a copy of her book, I know I will and I can't wait to read it…
 
Breaking the Rules Richard slammed against the door. It shook on the hinges, but wouldn’t give way. “Rose, please, we’re family,” Richard spoke through the door. “You cannot spend your whole life trapped in that room.” “Not one so small,” Rose muttered painfully. https://www.thepennedsleuth.com/
 
For this week’s edition of Repco Supercars Weekly, V8 Sleuth’s Aaron Noonan runs through the key news in the wake of the 2021 Repco Bathurst 1000 – and there’s been a fair bit happening… The Garage: https://www.repco.com.au/thegarage Peter Hughes Prints: https://bit.ly/3EHDlANOleh Motorsport Podcast Network
 
Did you know that the majority of farmers struggle to make a living? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and registered dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Beth Hoffman, journalist and author of Bet the Farm: Dollars and Sense of Growing Food in America (Island Press, 2021). Hoffman describes the little known hard economic realities of fa…
 
Disappearance Part 1 I work in the library of a quaint town a few miles North of the English sea. The town is well looked after, with overgrowing plants and trees, delightful smiles and a well-organized economy. Yes, there may not be so many people here, but we have more than the other towns adjacent to ours. We have a famous farmer’s market once a…
 
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