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True Crime History Murder

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…

True Crime Unsolved History Murder

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'…

True Crime History Bizarre Phenomenons First

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…

History Bonus

USBS: The Greatest Show on Earth

Dec. 22, 2021

Welcome to the fourth bonus episode of USBS! As a holiday treat, the ONUC gals wanted to give you something a little extra to help you get through the weeks ahead. Each week from now until the end of the year, there will be …

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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…

History Bonus

USBS: Uncle Sam Has Been Around Longer Than You Think

Dec. 15, 2021

Welcome to the third bonus episode of USBS! As a holiday treat, the ONUC gals wanted to give you something a little extra to help you get through the weeks ahead. Each week from now until the end of the year, there will be a…

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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…

History Bonus

USBS: The One Where Tomatoes Were Put On Trial

Dec. 8, 2021

Welcome to the second bonus episode of USBS! As a holiday treat, the ONUC gals wanted to give you something a little extra to help you get through the weeks ahead. Each week from now until the end of the year, there will be …

True Crime History Murder

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…

History Bonus

USBS: What is a 'Benedict Arnold'?

Dec. 1, 2021

Welcome to the inaugural episode of USBS! As a holiday treat, the ONUC gals wanted to give you something a little extra to help you get through the weeks ahead. Each week from now until the end of the year, there will be a b…

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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…

True Crime Unsolved History Disappearances

1826: The Disappearance of William Morgan

Nov. 22, 2021

What are the freemasons? Are they really as powerful as some think? What do they have to do with the disappearance of William Morgan? Everything. This week the ONUC gals discuss the disappearance of William Morgan, an anti-f…

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1825: The Beauchamp-Sharp Tragedy

Nov. 15, 2021

Murder in a passionate rage is one that is heard in many stories. A jilted lover is pushed over the edge to insanity and murders the one they love. But what happens when it's the passionate rage of a woman that makes her hus…

True Crime History Murder

1824: The Fall Creek Massacre

Nov. 8, 2021

It's an event that led to another first in the nation. An event that should have never taken place. A senseless act only brought on by hate. It's another lesson in accepting people who are different than ourselves and rememb…

True Crime History Murder

1823: The Sheriff's Mistress

Nov. 1, 2021

Man meets woman. Man marries woman. Life was perfect... until it wasn't. This week the ONUC gals discuss the events in 1823, the case of the sheriff's mistress, and terminology surrounding sex work. Trigger Warning Level: Lo…

True Crime History Bizarre Phenomenons

1822: The Manhattan Burial Crisis

Oct. 25, 2021

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! The biggest outbreak of yellow fever in Manhattan's history, so many people to bury that gravediggers can't keep count, and all of it on an island with limited space... what could go wrong? This week the ONU…

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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…

True Crime History Murder Serial Killers Infamous

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 …

True Crime History Murder

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…

True Crime History Murder First

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 …

True Crime History Murder First

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…

True Crime Unsolved History Disappearances

1815: The Disappearance of the USS Epervier

Sept. 6, 2021

How many US Navy ships are missing or presumed lost? Where they all swept away by a hurricane? Or is there something much more mysterious to blame? This week the ONUC gals discuss the disappearance of the USS Epervier. Join …

True Crime History Murder

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 …