Sept. 26, 2022

1854: The Veiled Murderess

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. …

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Sept. 19, 2022

1854: Tiburcio Vasquez the Californio Robin Hood

Could America have its own Robin Hood? Possibly and he might be Tiburcio Vasquez. Join the ONUC gals as they discuss Hispanic Her…

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Sept. 12, 2022

1853: Arthur Spring vs. Arthur Spring Jr. - The Murders of Honora Sha…

Was it Arthur Spring or Arthur Spring Jr? Join the ONUC gals as they discuss the murders of Honora Shaw and Ellen Lynch, the pers…

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Sept. 5, 2022

1853: The Murder at Doodlebug Bridge

Join the ONUC gals as they discuss the murder at Doodlebug Bridge, the history of Cuyahoga Falls, and how Labor Day actually orig…

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Aug. 29, 2022

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

It's another unfortunate name and in this case we have mixed feelings. You decide... selfish land pirate or a man protecting his …

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Aug. 22, 2022

1852: The North Carolina Tragedy

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 respec…

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Aug. 15, 2022

1851: Pamela Lee Worms

Yes, the last name is tragic but even more terrible are the crimes that the woman committed. Join the ONUC gals this week as they…

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Aug. 8, 2022

1851: The First and Last Execution in Wisconsin's History

There aren't many states that can say they've only had ONE execution in their history. But, Wisconsin is certainly on that list. …

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Aug. 1, 2022

USBS: WTF News Volume One

Bit of a content warning on this one! While there is no language involved... there's innuendo that might be a bit too close to th…

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July 25, 2022

USBS: The Actual First Gold Rushes

In this episode, we are digging into the first gold rushes in the United States and no... California wasn't the first. We're head…

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July 18, 2022

1850: The Dunbar Hollow Murders

Lust, Love, Loathing, and Loot are the four Ls of murder. This case has a bit of it all. This week join the ONUC gals as they dis…

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July 11, 2022

1850: The Goffle Road Murders

Several items are stollen from a house on Goffle Road. Just a bit later, a judge and his wife are brutally murdered. But, nothing…

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July 4, 2022

1849: The Odd Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

This week's episode was Kayla's dream came true and the ONUC gals covered the odd life and mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe. T…

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June 27, 2022

1849: The Harvard Murder Case

A murder? Literally INSIDE the walls of an Ivy League? Um, also... a toilet? WTD?! (What the duck?!) Join the ONUC gals this week…

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June 20, 2022

1848: The Controversial Execution of Washington Goode

It's another case that people might not be aware of. One that sparked outrage but not in the way many might think. The outrage ca…

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June 15, 2022

2019: The Unsolved Case of Jessica McCormack

This is not a typical ONUC episode. A friend of Jessica McCormack reached out to us asked if we could do anything to spread aware…

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June 13, 2022

1848: Eliza Darling Borden and the Borden Family Curse

**If you or someone you know is having symptoms of Peripartum Depression (previously Postpartum Depression), please please please…

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June 6, 2022

1847: The Murder of John Runkle By His Wife Mary (Allegedly)

It's a classic story. Woman marries a man she doesn't love and then over 10 years later he's dead. Join the ONUC gals this week a…

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May 30, 2022

1847: Elvira Houghton and the ONUC One Year Anniversary

HAPPY ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY! Join the ONUC gals this week as the reminisce on the first year of the podcast, the questions you sho…

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May 23, 2022

1846: America's First M'Naghten Defense AKA 'Not Guilty by Reason of …

This case was NOT easy to find and seeing it's a FIRST for the United States it's honestly impossibly to understand why it's not …

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May 16, 2022

1846: The Donner Party

It's happened. We have officially covered it. The Donner Party. Join the ONUC gals this week as they discuss Manifest Destiny, th…

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May 9, 2022

1845: America's First 'Sleepwalking Killer'

Have you ever wondered when sleepwalking became a legit excuse for murder? Have you ever wondered who first used the defense AND …

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May 2, 2022

1845: The Berlin Murder Case

WE MADE IT TO EPISODE 50 Y'ALL! Join the ONUC gals this week on a particularly long episode covering everything from Johnny Depp …

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April 25, 2022

1844: The Murdered Mormons - Part Two

How many Mormons does it take to start the Mormon church? Better question, how many prior Mormon church leaders does it take to t…

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