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True Crime History Murder

1840: The Murder of George Mickelberry by Noah Beauchamp

March 7, 2022

This week the ONUC gals discuss the murder of George Mickelberry by Noah Beauchamp. Join them as they discuss tornadoes, the case, and how it ties back to another case we've done before. Trigger Warning Level: Low Visit our …

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1839: Edward Coleman and 'The Forty Thieves'

Feb. 28, 2022

The leader of 'The Forty Thieves' gang murders his wife of less than a year. Was it jealousy or money? This week the ONUC gals discuss the murder of Ann Coleman aka the Pretty Hot Corn Girl. Join us as we dig into Five Point…

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1838: The Mystery of 'The Beautiful Cigar Girl' Mary Cecilia Rogers

Feb. 21, 2022

A body is found in the Hudson River. Four years earlier a newspaper falsely reported a woman missing. What happened to Mary Cecilia Rogers? This week the ONUC gals discuss the mysterious death of Mary Cecilia Rogers, the men…

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1837: Elijah Parish Lovejoy

Feb. 14, 2022

It's another story that shouldn't be lost to history and on the day of love it's only fitting we cover a man named Lovejoy. Join the ONUC gals this week as they discuss the murder of Elijah Parish Lovejoy. They will discuss …

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1836: The Murder of 'The Girl in Green' Helen Jewett

Feb. 7, 2022

'Sensational Journalism' had to get its start somewhere, right? Join the ONUC gals this week as they discuss 'The Girl in Green' aka Helen Jewett, sex work in the 1800s, signs of sex trafficking, the birth of sensational jou…

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1835: The First Presidential Assassination Attempt in the United States

Jan. 31, 2022

What makes an assassin? Why does anyone make the decision to try and murder a president or political figure? And, why (other than ALL of the other problematic issues) President Andrew Jackson? This week the ONUC gals discuss…

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1834: Madame LaLaurie - Deuxième Partie: The Dark Secret

Jan. 24, 2022

Are there people who walk among us with a dark secret? A secret so shocking that it's not even thought possible? Does sadism have a face? Yes... there are many. But, this one is Madame Delphine Marie LaLaurie. This is a roug…

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1834: Madame LaLaurie - Première Partie: New Orleans

Jan. 17, 2022

What do Madame LaLaurie, the Axeman, and the UpStairs Lounge all have in common? N'awlins, of course. This week the ONUC gals dive into première partie (part one) of the case of Madame Marie Delphine LaLaurie. This isn't you…

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1833: Antoine Le Blanc and the Sayre House Murders

Jan. 10, 2022

All we can say this week is buckle up for a wild ending. Also... we know he was a murderer but what caused a town to do THAT to him?! This week the ONUC gals discuss the gruesome murders of the Sayres Family in Morristown, N…

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1832: The Duffy's Cut Railroad Murders

Jan. 3, 2022

We ended 2021 with no murder and start 2022 with 57. Leah was not happy. This week the ONUC gals discuss the unexplained death of 57 Irish Catholic immigrants, the gals dig into their theories for the case, and discuss Leah'…

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1831: City Bank of New York Theft AKA The First Bank Heist in the United States

Dec. 27, 2021

This week's case has no murder! Leah was quite happy. This week the ONUC gals discuss the first bank heist in the United States, the largest bank heists in the world, and Kayla raps (yes, we're serious). Trigger Warning Leve…

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1830: The Salem Murder

Dec. 20, 2021

MERRY CHRISTMAS! This week the ONUC gals discuss the murder of Captain Joseph White, the history of Salem, and how fantastic lies caused a group of men to be caught for murder. Trigger Warning Level: Low Visit our website ww…

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1829: The Patty Cannon Gang

Dec. 13, 2021

Remember back in the Lavinia Fisher episode we mentioned that she is likely NOT the first female serial killer in the United States? Well, Patty Cannon has officially claimed that title in our book. This week the ONUC gals d…

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1828: Isaac Desha

Dec. 6, 2021

Garth Brooks says it was good to have 'Friends in Low Places'. However, it really helps for people to have friends in high places. Especially if you are on trial for murder and even more so if that friend is the governor and…

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1827: Murder at Cherry Hill

Nov. 29, 2021

This is a story that has almost every murder mystery trope in the book. We have a man who left his family behind and assumed a new identity. A rich family with ties to big family names. An affair that led to murder and a cou…