13 O’Clock Episode 126 – Son of Sam

On today’s crime-ridden installment, Tom and Jenny are tackling yet another of America’s most notorious serial killers: David Berkowitz, better known as the Son of Sam, who terrorized New York City in 1976 and 1977 and was ultimately convicted of six murders and seven attempted murders. Though this loathsome creep was eventually caught, mysteries still swirl around the case. Did he really commit the crimes at the behest of a demon-possessed dog? Was he a member of a Satanic cult? Did he actually act alone, or were there other shooters? Travel back in time to the poisoned Big Apple of the 1970s on this bloody and violent episode 126.

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13 O’Clock Episode 96 – Robert Stack Attack! A Wide-Ranging Tribute to Unsolved Mysteries

One of our favorite TV shows of the 80s and 90s was Unsolved Mysteries, particularly during the Robert Stack era. As the show was such a beloved touchstone for us and inspired us to make the 13 O’Clock Podcast the crazy combination of paranormal, true crime, and weird history stories that it is, we thought it only fitting to discuss this cultural icon on our own little show. On this tangent-filled and far-reaching episode, we get into a brief history of Unsolved Mysteries, some fun facts about the show, and a few of our favorite featured cases, including some that the show helped solve. We also weave in digressions about D.B. Cooper, Son of Sam, the Beale ciphers, the inaccuracy of witness testimony, and much, much more! All this, plus some awesome listener-contributed ghost stories in our news segment! So sit back and listen to this homage to a childhood favorite, and you may be able to help solve the mystery presented on episode 96.

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