New Links for Audio Books!

Hey, you guys! Want to buy one of my audio books and also help a sister out with a little extra something? Just follow the links below to make your purchases, sign up for your free Audible account, and make one of my books the first thing you buy on the site. If you do it that way, I get a bonus, and you get a cool-ass audio book, so it’s win-win! Get clicking, and then get listening!

Purchase The Faceless Villain.

Purchase The Unseen Hand.

Purchase The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist.

Purchase The House of Fire and Whispers.

Purchase The Rochdale Poltergeist.

Thank you, and keep it creepy, my friends. 🙂

P.S. These links only work for U.S. buyers, so if you live in another country and want to do the same deal, let me know and I will send you a different link for your specific part of the world.

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13 O’Clock Episode 93 – The Family Murders

We’re going back to Australian true crime for episode 93, and boy, this one’s a doozy. Remember when we talked about the Wanda Beach murders and the disappearance of the Beaumont children back on episode 77? We kinda mentioned today’s topic on that show, because there were some suspects in common, but here’s the complete, horrible story of the so-called “Family Murders,” which took place in Adelaide, South Australia in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Seems there was an alleged cabal of wealthy, prominent older men in the city who would cruise around, pick up teenage boys, and do unspeakable things to them before dumping them by the side of the road. This one’s kinda rough, so y’know, have some cute kitten videos on standby for afterward. Also, we’re covering a recent news story whereby a suspect in a Washington State double murder case from 1987 has been identified using the same genealogy technique used to capture the Golden State Killer. It’s true crime from Down Under and Up Over (I guess…?) on a grim and gruesome episode 93.

Watch the YouTube version here or download the audio version here.

Please support us on Patreon! Don’t forget to follow the 13 O’Clock Podcast blog, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.

The Unresolved Podcast about the Family Murders – Part One & Part Two.

Clip at the beginning taken from the documentary The Butchered Boys.

Song at the end: “Adelaide” By Weekend.

13 O’Clock is made possible through support from our patrons and fans: Anthony, Arif, Ashley, Ben, Brandon, Corinthian, Dan, Daniel, Dean, Duncan, Eric, Ima Shrew, James, Jamin, Joanie, John, Joseph, Kieron, Lana, Lars, Lindsey, Matt, Matthew, Michael, Paul, Richard, Samantha, Sandra, Tara D., Tara M., Tina, Thomm, Valtrina, Veronica & Victoria.

13 O’Clock is hosted by Jenny Ashford & Tom Ross. Channel art and audio & video editing by Jenny Ashford. Music & sound effects courtesy of freesound.org users jamespotterboy, corsica-s, enjoypa, capturedlv, luffy, kiddpark, and justkiddink. Video clips courtesy of Videezy.

13 O’Clock Episode 88 – British Serial Killers Jack the Stripper and Bible John

NOTE: We’re all about the digressions again this episode, so if you just want the serial killer stuff, skip ahead to about twenty minutes in. I’m telling you right here, so don’t complain, hahaha.

It’s true crime time again on this installment of 13 O’Clock, and this go-around we’re discussing two of Britain’s most infamous serial killers who were never caught. First up is the elusive Jack the Stripper, responsible for several murders of prostitutes in London spanning the years from 1959 to 1965. Then we’ll be talking about the mysterious Bible John, who murdered at least three women in Glasgow in 1968 and 1969 after meeting them at one particular dance hall, but who may be tied in to one of Scotland’s most prolific serial killers. All this, plus some recent news stories about exploding hams, getting tasered for Jesus, and attic-dwelling ex-boyfriends. Get ready to investigate with Tom and Jenny on a gore-soaked episode 88.

Watch the YouTube version here or download the audio version here.

Please support us on Patreon! Don’t forget to follow the 13 O’Clock Podcast blog, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.

Clip at the beginning taken from the Discovery Channel documentary Unsolved: Bible John.

Song at the end: “Jack the Stripper” by Nekromantix.

13 O’Clock is made possible through support from our patrons and fans: Anthony, Ashley, Arif, Corinthian, Dan, Daniel, Dean, Duncan, Eric, Ima Shrew, James, Jamin, Joanie, John, Joseph, Kieron, Lana, Lars, Lindsey, Matt, Matthew, Michael, Paul, Richard, Samantha, Sandra, Tara D., Tara M., Tina, Thomm, Valtrina & Veronica.

13 O’Clock is hosted by Jenny Ashford & Tom Ross. Channel art and audio & video editing by Jenny Ashford. Music & sound effects courtesy of freesound.org users jamespotterboy, corsica-s, enjoypa, capturedlv, luffy, kiddpark, and justkiddink. Video clips courtesy of Videezy.

13 O’Clock Episode 71 – Hinterkaifeck Farm and the St. Aubin Street Massacre

What better time than the day after Christmas to reflect on the year that has passed and look forward to what will hopefully be a bright new year? Or, if you’re 13 O’Clock, you spend the day after Christmas talking about two of the grisliest and weirdest unsolved axe murders of the 20th century. Boxing Day, Axing Day, close enough. We all celebrate in our own ways, after all. On this blood-soaked episode, Tom and Jenny are discussing the massacre of the Gruber family at the infamous Hinterkaifeck Farm in Germany in 1922, as well as the bizarre occult-style slaying of the Benny Evangelist family in Detroit in 1929. Keep your head about you as we swing the blade of episode 71 right into your eager ear-holes.

Download the audio version here or watch the YouTube video here.

Please support us on Patreon! Don’t forget to follow the 13 O’Clock Podcast blog, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.

Song at the end: “Hinterkaifeck” by Drangsal.

Jenny’s Talking True Crime on Conspirinormal

Listen to me discussing lots and lots of creepy cases of unsolved murders on the Conspirinormal Podcast with Adam Sayne! We covered several lesser-known murder cases from the early twentieth century that also appear in my newest book, The Faceless Villain, out now in print and ebook formats (with audio version coming soon).

Also, if you become a patron at Conspirinormal’s Patreon page, you can also hear a bonus interview that Tom and I recorded for the show, talking about the Cleveland Torso Murders as well as going off on a bunch of barely related tangents, like we do. Enjoy!