One Nation Under Crime

One Nation Under Crime

Welcome to One Nation Under Crime: A Historical Chronological True Crime Podcast!

Each week, Kayla and Leah discuss one crime, each year, starting with the first recorded murder trial of the United States in 1800. Reminding everyone, there isn't always liberty and justice for all.

Recent Episodes

1854: The Veiled Murderess

Sept. 26, 2022

When a murderer goes to prison for a murder, there are a few things we know to be true. First and foremost is the person's name. But, what if we aren't even sure of that? Join the ONUC gals this week as they go over the life…

1854: Tiburcio Vasquez the Californio Robin Hood

Sept. 19, 2022

Could America have its own Robin Hood? Possibly and he might be Tiburcio Vasquez. Join the ONUC gals as they discuss Hispanic Heritage Month, the life and crime of Tiburcio Vasquez, and the storybook hero he inspired (hint: …

1853: Arthur Spring vs. Arthur Spring Jr. - The Murders of Honora Shaw and Ellen Lynch

Sept. 12, 2022

Was it Arthur Spring or Arthur Spring Jr? Join the ONUC gals as they discuss the murders of Honora Shaw and Ellen Lynch, the person of interest this week, Bat Masterson, and the historic Market Street in Philadelphia. Trigge…

1853: The Murder at Doodlebug Bridge

Sept. 5, 2022

Join the ONUC gals as they discuss the murder at Doodlebug Bridge, the history of Cuyahoga Falls, and how Labor Day actually originated. Trigger Warning Level: Low Visit our website for all of the…

1852: Nimrod O'Kelly and the Oregon Supreme Court's First Murder Case

Aug. 29, 2022

It's another unfortunate name and in this case we have mixed feelings. You decide... selfish land pirate or a man protecting his property? Join the ONUC gals this week as they discuss the first official recorded homicide cas…

1852: The North Carolina Tragedy

Aug. 22, 2022

Sometimes it's the person you least expect that turns out to have a dark side. It's even more shocking when that person is respected and loved by others. But, what if they are also the reverend?! Join the ONUC gals this week…