That Crime Couple
Episode 11: The Lululemon Murder

Episode 11: The Lululemon Murder

March 28, 2021

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on The Lululemon Murder. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

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Episode 10: The Silk Road

Episode 10: The Silk Road

March 12, 2021

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on The Silk Road. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

Episode 9: Tamla Horsford

Episode 9: Tamla Horsford

February 19, 2021

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on Tamla Horsford. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

 

Episode 8: Eugenia Falleni

Episode 8: Eugenia Falleni

January 8, 2021

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on Eugenia Falleni. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

 

Shownotes:

For the Eugenia Falleni case, we used general knowledge from Wikipedia, Murderpedia, ABC News, and a book called Eugenia by Mark Tedeschi, which is mentioned in the podcast. 

Our news sources for this week are just from our heads and what we could remember in the headlines, but we mentioned CNN in the segment about the Capitol Siege.

Episode 7: JonBenét Ramsey

Episode 7: JonBenét Ramsey

December 11, 2020

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on JonBenét Ramsey. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

 

Shownotes:

For the JonBenet Ramsey case, we used general knowledge from Wikipedia, Biography, FilmDaily, History, Crime Museum, Rolling Stones Magazine, The Guardian, CriminalMinds and The Mirror. I also watched Casting JonBenet, The Murder of JonBenet Documentary from CNN, Burke’s Interview with ABC, Buzzfeed Unsolved’s covering on the Case including the case itself as well as the Q&A and Dr Todd Grande’s ransom note analysis. I also accessed the CORVA police files and the court reports for this case, which can be found here. I also accessed the 911 call, crime scene photos (beware, these are graphic in nature) and the scan of the ransom note here

I also used JonBenet Ramsey’s official website, which also had a tipline if you have any information about this case, or contact the Boulder Police Department.

Episode 6: Casey Anthony

Episode 6: Casey Anthony

November 27, 2020

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on Casey Anthony. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

 

Shownotes:

For our news segment, the news about President Trump came mostly from CNN, and the White House Website. For the tweet on Mat Gaetz, here is the post we referenced. For the story on the ADF, we reference The Guardian, and for the story on Jarryd Hayne, we used multiple stories from Channel 9. If you would like information on the ADF report, here is the full public release of the report for your reading. We recommend reader caution, there is disturbing content inside containing information on torture and murder of innocent civilians. 

For our research on the Casey Anthony case, we used Wikipedia, Biography, this timeline from CNN,  this news article from CNN, this Hayu video about the 911 calls. From Podcasting and youtube, we loved these ones from JS Psychology who does an amazing job at seeking Casey’s psychological frame of mind, as well as one of my favorite podcasts, Mile Higher.

Episode 5: The Snowtown Murders

Episode 5: The Snowtown Murders

November 13, 2020

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on The Snowtown Murders. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

In our news segment for this week, we talk about: 

The USA Election (‘nuff said) 

NAIDOC Week – here are some great resources to learn more about the week from the 2020 website, and an article from the NSW Education Board

We talked about a busted pedophile ring, and referenced this source from Nine News

For our main case today, the story of the Snowtown Murders, we use the following sources to aid us in our research: 

For a brief overview of the case, we used Wikipedia. We used various sources from the ABC, including this, and this. We used our good friend Murderpedia, as well as the book Snowtown: The Bodies in Barrels by Jeremy Pudney. 

Halloween Special: Elisa Lam

Halloween Special: Elisa Lam

October 30, 2020

Thanks so much for listening to our podcast on Elisa Lam. 

If any aspects of this case have upset you, please contact these Australian organisations, or if you or someone you know is in immediate danger to themselves or others, please call emergency services. If you would like counseling services, or to chat with a health professional, here are some great resources: 

Beyond Blue Australia – 1300 22 4636 

Lifeline Australia – 13 11 14

In our news segment for this week, we talk about: 

The New York Statue of Medusa. We referenced these sources from The New York Times, The Art Newspaper, this Youtube Video showing the statue IRL. 

The death of Solomone Taufeulungaki. We referenced these sources from The Age, The Age (2), The Guardian, The ABC and the Crimes Act 1958

The trial and freedom of Fair Wayne Bryant. We referenced these sources from The Washington Post and CNN

For our main case today, the story of Elisa Lam, we use the following sources to aid us in our research: 

Where we reference Elisa Lam’s coroner’s report and case, we used sources from the Forensic Science Labatories from the Los Angeles Police Department, Josh Dean’s scans from Medium of the original report and the sleuthing done by Unhammy Sammy on Reddit (thank you!) unpacking the coroners report and Elisa’s toxicology report. We also uncovered this case with the help of the work from the reporters and writers of FilmDaily, CNN, Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know, MammaMia, WikiPedia, All That’s Interesting, Gone At Midnight (a book by Jake Anderson), Snopes and 

The mention of her parents suing the Cecil Hotel is from a CBS Local Los Angeles Article published in 2013. A link to the three blog posts written by Elisa that we referenced is here 1 (going away) and 2 (staying in LA) and 3 (phone missing). Her original blogspot blog, Ester Fields is here. And here is the link to her Tumblr Blog. Popular culture references include American Horror Story, How To Get Away With Murder and Dark Water

Our reference from the APA on Bipolar Disorder and the effects of anti-depression medications are here and here. This is a link to the Youtube Video of Elisa’s final moments in the elevator. This is more info about Cecil Hotel’s treacherous past and it’s refurbishment in 2021, as well as information about the hotel after Lam’s death. More information about the Korean Elevator Game can be found here. Theories about the LAM-ELISA tuberculosis testing can be found here.

Episode 3: Eric Edgar Cooke

Episode 3: Eric Edgar Cooke

October 9, 2020

This week we discuss the murders of Eric Edgar Cooke, also known as Australia's Night Caller.

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References and Sources

Wikipedia: Link

Murderpedia: Link

ABD: Link

People Pill: Link

ABC News: Link

The Sun UK: Link

Insider: Link

Vulture: Link

The Guardian: Link

The New York Times: Link

Episode 2: The Truro Murders

Episode 2: The Truro Murders

September 25, 2020

This week, we discuss the Truro Murders, our first case involving a couple.

If you find this episode disturbing, please reach out. Beyond Blue is a fantastic service for people wanting anonymous help, you can call them on 1300 22 4636, or visit their website at www.beyondblue.org.au to chat online.

These are the sources we read in order to research our case:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Truro_murders 

 

https://murderpedia.org/male.W/w/worrell-christopher.htm 

 

https://www.qt.com.au/news/city-of-evil-who-killed-lina-marciano/3522651/ 

 

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8503627/ 

 

https://www.victimsa.org/blog/a-voice-for-veronica-the-story-of-the-first-victim-in-the-truro-murders-in-south-australia 

https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/110583055

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