Morbidology is a award-winning weekly true crime podcast created and hosted by Emily G. Thompson, author of "Unsolved Child Murders," "Cults Uncovered" and co-author of "Unsolved Murders: True Crime Cases Uncovered."
Using investigative research combined with primary audio including 911 calls, interviews and trial testimony, Morbidology takes an in-depth look at some of the world's most heinous murders.
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Throughout 1942, residents of Pascagoula, Mississippi were terrorised by a “Phantom Barber.” He would break into homes late at night but he wasn’t there to rob the home. Instead, he was there to give women and girls an unwanted, nocturnal haircut, leaving with nothing but a handful of hair.
It was 1995 when 15-year-old Elyse Pahler was lured from her home in Arroyo Grande, California. Unbeknownst to Elyse, three teenage boys believed they had made a pact with Satan.
On 13 July, 2012, two cousins vanished in Evansdale, Iowa. It would take almost six months before the bodies of Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook were found.
In August 2015, Pamela Ann Daughtry text her daughter asking for help. Her teenage son had gone into an outburst. When her daughter arrived, it was already too late.
In February of 2016, Paul Jefferies was found dead in his home. He had been the victim of a brutal and frenzied attack. Shortly after his murder, a teenage boy appeared in hospital with injuries. He claimed they were self-inflicted, but was he really telling the truth?
It was Halloween of 2014 when residents of a Long Island community witnessed a man dragging a beheaded body into the street. By first appearances, it was nothing more than a macabre Halloween prank. On closer inspection, however, it was more than just a prank.
It was Valentine's Day of 2013 when police in Peoria, Illinois, received a report of a burglary. The investigators would quickly zone in on a suspect, but a very unlikely one.
In 2014, police in New Stanton, Pennsylvania, received a 911 call from 14-year-old Jacob Remaley. He claimed his father had shot and killed his mother and his brother, but was he really telling the truth...?
In May of 2018, a body was found by a creek in Wyalusing Township, Pennsylvania. News outlets would conduct an interview with a man who lived nearby. He seemed surprised by the grim discovery but did he know more?