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True Crime History Murder

1821: The Wrongful Murder of Accused Witch, Kau-Qua-Tau

Oct. 18, 2021

What is a witch? Are they really the much different from some of the religions we know today? The real question of the week is... could Leah a be witch? Kayla probably is, tbh. Spooky season continues as the ONUC gals dig de…

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1820: Lavinia Fisher AKA America's First Female Serial Killer (Maybe)

Oct. 11, 2021

Lavinia Fisher has an impressive laundry list of titles from highwaywoman, serial killer ... and ghost? But, how many of those are actually true? HINT: You can/will hear about her on ghost tours in Charleston. This week the …

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1819: The Wrongful Murder Conviction of the Boorn Brothers

Oct. 4, 2021

Some people become famous when they die, but how do you become famous simply because you're alive? This week the ONUC gals discuss the case of Russell Colvin and the Boorn Brothers. Find out what happens when a brother-in-la…

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1818: America's First Murder For Hire Case

Sept. 27, 2021

What do you get when you cross a last will and testament, profitable land, and three men fighting over it? One man dead, four sentenced to death, and America's first murder for hire case. This week the ONUC gals discuss the …

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1817: America's First Public Enemy No. 1

Sept. 20, 2021

Have you or someone you love ever skipped school? Did your parents think you were possessed by demons as a child? Most importantly, did you go on a multi state murder spree? If so, you could be entitled to compensation. Not …

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1816: America's First Case of Murder by Counseling

Sept. 13, 2021

TRIGGER WARNING EPISODE This week's episode has heavy discussion of suicide. If that is a subject that you are not able to hear or are not mentally able to listen to... then don't. We value your mental health and we love you…

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1814: The Stories of John Lewis & Mary Antoine

Aug. 30, 2021

What do you get when you cross the only US citizen to die in the burning of Washington D.C. and a woman who murders her ex-boyfriend's lover? Episode 16 of One Nation Under Crime. This week the gals take on two cases in one …

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1813: Sally Hamilton and Murderer's Creek

Aug. 23, 2021

We're going to the Catskills! This week the ONUC gals discuss the history of the Catskill Mountains, how Murderer's Creek got its name, and how telling the truth on the stand landed one man in jail for perjury. Trigger Warni…

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1812: Chicago's First Murder

Aug. 16, 2021

' Welcome, Ladies and Gentlemen, you are about to see a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery, and treachery - all of those things we all hold near and dear to our hearts.' - Chicago, The Music…

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1811: The Murder of George

Aug. 9, 2021

*In this episode, there is some slight background noise. The podcast mascots (Fletcher, Claire, and Nox) are the culprits and they apologize (not really) for the slight distraction.* It was called the 'Year of Miracles'. But…

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1810: The Amish Murder Mystery

Aug. 2, 2021

'Just because it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck, doesn't make it a Solomon.' This week the ONUC gals cover the 'Amish Murder Mystery', Amish culture, a semi deathbed confession, and the meaning of an 'incel'. Trigg…

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1809: The Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis

July 26, 2021

Meriwether Lewis. One of the most recognized names in United States History. The Lewis and Clark Expedition. Governor of Upper Louisiana. Relative to Thomas Jefferson. Why would a man as influential to the nation chose to en…

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1808: America's First Murder Ballad

July 19, 2021

It's a tale as old as time. Man loves woman. Woman loves man. Man finds another woman. Man then kills first woman. Sounds pretty romantic, right? This week the ONUC gals discuss the murder and murder ballad of Naomi Wise. Li…

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1807: The Man Who Was Hanged Twice

July 12, 2021

If a tree falls in Genesee County, New York, can anyone hear it? We aren't sure. But, if you cut it down you might get murdered for it. In this episode, the ONUC gals discuss James McLean aka 'The Man Who Was Hanged Twice' a…

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1806: The Purrington Family Massacre

July 5, 2021

The Purrington family seemed to have it all from the outside looking in. But, there were troubles lurking beneath the surface. In this episode the ONUC gals cover the Purrington family massacre. The gals also dive into NKOTB…