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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It was around 8AM on the 25th of April, 2005, when a relative made a grisly discovery in the foyer of the upscale home of 50-year-old Diane Michele, in Rochester Hills, Oakland County, Michigan. It was the lifeless body of Diane, surrounded in a puddle of her own blood
Paul and Margaret Brooks were enjoying a vacation at their cabin near Table Rock Lake in Missouri. Unbeknownst to the couple, two teenagers had just escaped from a nearby Christian youth camp for at-risk teenagers.
Martin Trenneborg claimed he was a rich American stockbroker when he struck up a relationship with a woman in Stockholm, Sweden. What the woman didn't know was that for years, Trenneborg had been building a secret bunker.
In 2009, a man appeared at a creche in the village on Dendermonde, Belgium. He said: "I have a question - can you help?" Before the staff member had time to respond, he barged his way in. He was armed with knives and wearing a bullet-proof vest.
In December 1998, 8-year-old Derrick Engebreston and his family set off to the Winema National Forest in Oregon in search of a Christmas tree. As snow began to fall, Derrick vanished.
Ruth Ellis was the 15th and last woman to be hanged in the UK on 13th July 1955; her death was instrumental in bringing about the abolition of capital punishment.
In April of 1988, Inga Maria Hauser arrived in Northern Ireland. She stepped off the ferry at Larne Port, and was never seen alive again.
“The most beautiful woman in Alaska” was bruised and bloody when she screamed for help in the early hours of October 17, 1953. Still crying, Diane Wells explained that two men had broken into the apartment, attacked her, and then shot husband Cecil – but police were soon suspicious of her story.
In 1941, Theodore Edward Coneys fell upon hard times. He went to visit a friend who wasn't home. Instead of leave, Coneys decided to creep into his attic, and live in the cramped space.