More Stuff

Want more information about the stuff we talk about? We don’t blame you! Here are some great links to more stuff.

Malaga Island residents (malagaisland.org photo)

EPISODE 32: Malaga Island, Maine’s secret shame

To access the audio documentary “Malaga Island: A story best left untold,” and the documentary’s website, click here.

To watch the documentary made by middle-schoolers from Green House School in Bath, Maine, in 2010, click here.

To watch the documentary about Malaga Island that appeared on Maine’s PBS station, click here.

EPISODE 31: Connecticut Valley Serial Killer

“Two crime profilers for Anthony Sanborn say clues suggest a serial killer,” June story by the Portland Press Herald references a possible link to decades-old case. Click here to read it.

This Tampa Bay Times story, “New Interest in Connecticut River Valley Serial Killings,”  published in 2008, is rich with detail. To read it, click here.

THS documentary makes the most compelling case, and is the most accurate, about the case. Click here to watch.

The New Hampshire Department of Justice list of of cold case murders is chilling. Check it out here.

The Portland Press Herald has an interactive map of Maine’s unsolved homicides, going back to 1954. Check it out here.

State of Vermont’s list of unsolved homicides, with interactive map. Click here.

Vermont’s list of missing person’s, with interactive map. Click here.

 

EPISODE 30: Kyron Horman

The latest story on the seven-year mystery of what happened to the Oregon boy, from KGW.com, “New details in the search for Kyron Horman.” Read it here.

Stepmother Terri Horman appeared on Dr. Phil in September 2016. Here’s a link to the show’s website with clips from that.

The original family press conference referenced in our episode. Click here to watch.

Kyron Horman: 8 things  to know” by The Oregonian, with links to earlier stories. Click here.

 

Annie Dookhan is arrested. (Boston Globe photo)

EPISODE 29: Annie Dookhan

The Washington Post took an in-depth look at the Dookhan case, “How a lab chemist went from ‘superwoman’ to disgraced saboteur.” Read it here.

The Post’s article on how Massachusetts had to dismiss tens of thousands of cases after Dookhan’s fraud was uncovered. Read it here.

Pro Publica’s take, “Thousands of potentially wrongful convictions, years of delayed actions.” Read it here.

The fallout continues: The Boston Globe’s story on how Dookhan is ordered to pay $2 million to a man arrested for selling a cashew to an undercover cop, “Judge orders Dookhan to pay $2 million to wrongfully convicted man.” Read it here. 

 

 

EPISODE 28: Joyce Carol Vincent

Documentarian Carol Morley wrote a piece for The Guardian on what spurred her to look into Vincent’s death. Read it here.

 

EPISODE 27: Phil Hartman

Salon published an article about the the last night of Phil Hartman’s life. Read it here.

Before Alec Baldwin owned the Donald Trump impression, Phil Hartman wasn’t too bad at it himself. Check out this sketch from 1990 with Hartman and Jan Hooks, from Saturday Night Live. There’s  more Hartman on the site. That’s our Hartman more stuff.

 

A Kennebec Journal photo of Blanche Kimball’s home on State Street, June 1976.

EPISODE 26: Blanche Kimball

A slideshow of some of the summer of 1976 Kennebec Journal articles regarding the case.

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To read the initial Kennebec Journal story about Gary Raub’s arrest, “Homeless man charged in 1976 Augusta murder,” click here.

To read the Seattle PI’s story about how Seattle detectives got the final evidence against Raub, “How chewing gum solved a decades-old homicide,” click here.

To ready Betty Adams’ Kennebec Joural jailhouse interview with Raub after he pleaded guilty, “Raub: ‘I pled guilty because it must have happened,” click here.

 

 

EPISODE 25: Phil Spector

To watch “True Crime With Aphrodite Jones: Phil Spector,” click here.

To read People magazine’s 1989 story about Phil Spector, click here; and click here for People’s 1974 story, “Phil Spector, Freaky Genius of Rock is Alive if Not Well.”

To read Dominick Dunne’s story in Vanity Fair after the 2007 hung jury, “The Verdict is Missing,” click here. To read another Dunne 2007 story about the case, “Guilty Feelings,” click here. To read Dunne’s 2008 story after the guilty verdict, “Legend With a Bullet,” click here.

 

EPISODE 24: Fitbit and Woodchipper murders

To read the Hardford Courant April 23 story “A marriage marked by secrets, a murder case months in the making,” click here.

To read about Helle Craft’s murder by her husband Richard in 1986, read People magazine’s “The Lady Vanishes and Woodchipper Leaves Just a Shred of Evidence,” click here.

To watch the Forensic Files episode about the wood chipper case, click here.

 

BONUS EPISODE 1: Logan Marr and Anthony Sanborn updates

To read about the latest evidence the defense didn’t get in the Sanborn case, click here for “Investigator returns Sanborn case files that he kept in his attic,” May 2, Portland Press Herald.

To read how Logan Marr’s sister, Bailey, who was 2 when Logan was murdered, turned out, click here for “Trust fund from Logan Marr’s death to pay for sister’s college, May 5, Kennebec Journal.

 

Portland Press Herald Photo

EPISODE 22: Anthony Sanborn

For the 104-page bail motion filed by attorney Amy Fairfield, click here.

For the WMTW TV story the day Sanborn was released, click here.

For the reaction of attorney Pamela Ames, who prosecuted Sanborn in 1989, click here.

For the Maine Sunday Telegram story on Portland’s street kids of the 1980s and 1990s, click here.

To get a profiler’s take on Jessica Briggs’ murder, click here for the Portland Press Herald story.

 

Timothy McVeigh (New York Daily News)

EPISODE 21: Timothy McVeigh

To watch the PBS American Experience documentary “Oklahoma City” click here.

To read Gore Vidal’s Vanity Fair article “The Meaning of Timothy McVeigh” click here.

 

EPISODE 20: Liko Kenney and Bruce McKay

Bruce McKay and Liko Kenney

To watch the videos of the January 2003 traffic stop that started everything, click here for the first part and then here for part two and part three.

For the video of the May 11, 2007, stop, as taped by Bruce McKay’s dashboard camera, click here.

For the Caledonian Record story of the police interview with Gregory Floyd the night of the shooting, click here.

For the Caldeonian Record story following the release of records involving Gregory Floyd’s role in the shooting, click here.

For the Caledonian Record story on police interviews with Kenney car passenger Caleb Macauley and the son of Kenney’s shooter, Gregory Floyd, click here.

For the final court decision after Kenney’s father, David Kenney, filed a civil suit against Floyd, the Franconia police chief, and others, click here.

 

EPISODE 18: Logan Marr

Logan Marr died at the hands of a woman who was sure she’d make a better mother for the girl than Logan’s own mother, who’d been jerked around by Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services for several years before Logan’s death at 5. Logan couldn’t understand why she couldn’t live with her mom. You won’t either.

Click here for the excellent Frontline documentary, The Taking of Logan Marr

For a transcript of the show, click here

For more of Frontline’s background on the show and case, click here.

For the latest on the case, “Release of child killer stirs painful memories for mother,” by Betty Adams, of the Kennebec Journal, click here.

 

EPISODE 17: Martha Moxley

So much has been written about the 15-year-old killed in the gated Greenwhich, Connecticut, community in 1975 and her convicted killer Michael Skakel 37 years later, that we can’t link everything.

But here are the two books that tell the story the best.

To see a link to GREENTOWN, by Tim Dumas, click here.

For a link to CONVICTION, by Len Levitt, click here.

 

EPISODE 16: A Tale of Two (Fake) Rockefellers

Two totally different guys, but with one basic idea: Call yourself Rockefeller and watch the $$$$ roll in. They both were successful, too, right up until they weren’t. One, Christian Gerhertsreiter, ended up convicted of murder and is serving time in a California prison. The other, Christopher Rocancourt, is a B-list celebrity in his home country of France, appearing on talk shows and games shows. At least we think so. We don’t speak French, so it’s hard to tell.

For an in-depth look at Gerhertsreiter from Vanity Fair, “The Main in the Rockefeller Suit,” click here.

For Vanity Fair’s take on Rocancourt, “The Counterfeit Rockefeller,” click here.

 

EPISODE 15: Stalking, from Saldana to Grimmie

Stalking has always been a thing, but it didn’t become a THING until a few high-profile cases in the 1980s.

To read Domick Dunne’s searing Vanity Fair account of his daughter’s murder and trial, “Justice: A Father’s Account of his Daughter’s Killer,” click here.

For a chilling and brutally sad British documentary about stalking from the 1990s, “I’m Your Number One Fan,” click here.

For the 1994 “Investigative Reports” episode that looks at stalking after the Rebecca Schaeffer murder, “The Assassins Among us,” click here.

One stalking victim, profiled in the 1994 IR show, has taken safety into her own hands. To check out Kathleen Baty, The Safety Chick, click here.

 

EPISODE 14: Going Postal

There were a lot of stories behind the 1984 Edmond, Oklahoma, post office shooting, in which Patrick Shirrell killed 14 and wounded many others. The shooting, the worst in a series of shootings at post offices and/or by postal workers, spurred the term “going postal,” and ushered in an era that we now almost take for granted. One of the best ways that story is told is through the eyes of union steward Ron Blackwell in a series of news clips and other video, a look back in time.

Watch the video by clicking here.

EPISODE 13: Chandra Levy

Although it ran in 2008, before the Ingmar Guandique developments in the case, the Washington Post 2008 series that spurred Gandique’s arrest is the go-to for information on this case, as are it’s later stories about how the case fell apart.

Who Killed Chandra Levy? Read it here.

The Recording that Undid the Chandra Levy Murder Case. Read it here.

 

EPISODE 12: The Kalamazoo Uber driver

Former Kalamazoo, Michigan, Uber driver Jason Dalton, 45, is charged with killing six people and wounding two others in a rampage he says was prompted by his Uber app, which had Satan’s head and told him to kill. [Yahoo News photo]
Gentleman’s Quarterly took a long, deep look into Jason Dalton, the Uber driver who killed shot six random people to death in Kalamazoo, Michigan a year ago.

The Uber Killer: The Real Story of One Night of Terror. Read it here

 

 

EPISODE 11: Cross-country domestic violence serial killer revealed

A gallery of “Bob Evans” mugshots, created by NH1.

A daughter’s search for her real parents and huge leaps in DNA and other science led to the shocking partial resolution of one of New Hampshire’s most enduring and sad cold cases and uncovered a serial killer who preyed on the women who loved him and the children they bore. The New Hampshire Union Leader has covered the story from the beginning, read the latest here and follow its links to other stories.

NH Investigators pledge to identify Bob Evans’ victims. Read it here.

 

EPISODE 10: Jonestown

Some of the more than 900 who died at Jonestown November 1978. [Dave Hume Kennerly/Getty Images]
It’s not about drinking Kool-Aid. It’s about megalomania, and a 909-person murder suicide. After watching this chilling 2006 PBS documentary, you’ll never joke about “drinking the Kool-Aid” again. Anyway, it was FlavorAde.

Jonestown: The Life and Death of People’s Temple. Watch it here

 

 

EPISODE 3: Ayla Reynolds

20-month-old Ayla Reynolds disappeared from her father’s Waterville, Maine, home overnight December 17, 2011. There hasn’t been a trace of her since and there have never been any charges in the case. The Morning Sentinel of Waterville has been there from the beginning.

Centralmaine.com has an extensive Ayla Reynolds page on its site. Check it out here.

 

EPISODE 2: Todd Kohlhepp

Todd Kohlhepp

Todd Kohlhepp, charged with killing six in South Carolina, was a hot-shot realtor with a troubled past. As his case progresses, two local newspapers, The Greenville News and the Gaston Gazette, have covered the case with detail and persistence.

To read the Greenville News coverage, click here.

To read the Gaston Gazette feature “Todd Kohlhepp: Face of Fear” click here.