13 O’Clock Episode 162 – Mass Murderer Richard Speck

On this installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny (and a special guest appearance by Dennis Rader, in bobblehead form) tackle the horrific case of Richard Speck, a lifelong scumbag who is best known today for his grisly rape and murder of eight student nurses in one apartment on a single night in 1966. Put on your blue panties and hold on to your man-boobs, it’s about to get criminal on episode 162.

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13 O’Clock Episode 124 – The Axeman of New Orleans and the Mulatto Axe Murders

It’s our first show of the new year, and what better way to start off 2019 than with a couple of old-timey axe murder cases? On this blood-spattered installment, we’re traveling back to the early 20th century to discuss the infamous unidentified serial killer known as the Axeman of New Orleans, who murdered six people and wounded six more between the spring of 1918 and the autumn of 1919. Then, on the second half, we’re delving a little deeper to talk about a nearly-forgotten rash of axe murders that took place between November 1909 and April 1912 in Louisiana and Texas that claimed the lives of at least 35 people. This series of horrific killings, known as the Mulatto Axe Murders or the Voodoo Murders, may have been perpetrated by an eighteen-year-old girl, Clementine Barnabet, who was allegedly a member of a voodoo cult and had several accomplices to her crimes. Was she really the monster she was made out to be, or was it all media hype? Lock your doors and fire up your jazz records, it’s time to swing the blade on episode 124. Happy New Year, everybody!

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13 O’Clock Episode 102 – The Snowtown Murders

On today’s soul-killing installment, we’re tackling what is probably one of the most notorious series of slayings in recent Australian history: the so-called Snowtown Murders, also known as the Bodies in Barrels murders. This horrific convulsion of torture and murder from the 1990s was committed by a ringleader named John Bunting and his extended group of henchmen, who targeted people they perceived as gay or “pedophiles,” and the crimes have been the subject of numerous documentaries in Australia, as well as a 2011 feature film. And if that topic wasn’t depressing enough, we’re also gonna talk about the ongoing case of the Croydon Cat Killer in the UK on our news segment, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: some chode (or chodes) who gets his jollies from slaughtering kitty cats and bunnies. Keep the liquor handy and buckle in for a rough ride on episode 102.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the documentary, “Crimes That Shook Australia – Snowtown: The Bodies In The Barrels Murders.”

Song at the end: “The Trap” by Jed Kurzel, from the soundtrack of the 2011 film Snowtown.

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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 & Videvo.

13 O’Clock Episode 100 – True Crime Variety Special with Guests, Video, Kitties, and More!

Yes, we’ve reached an important milestone, folks: it’s 13 O’Clock’s big, bad ONE-HUNDREDTH episode! For months, we threw around different ideas about what to do for it, and in the end, we just decided to give our listeners more of what they seem to love most about the show: drunken rambling and horrific true crime stories. Plus, for those tuning in on YouTube, you will get to see videos of us in all our glory, plus little snippets of video of our kitties, and a 360 of our little office/studio, where the magic happens (the audio version doesn’t have video, obviously, but is still awesome and fun, so don’t feel left out)!

We also have special guests on the show: Shana, Eric, and zombie baby Demonika of BattleGlitta, who drank and laughed along with us as we delved into twenty of the most eerie and unpleasant true crime stories I could find. Creepiest disappearances! Horrible massacres of entire families! IT’S A MADHOUSE! Plus it’s like three hours long, so y’know…everyone take a potty break and gather all the snacks you’ll need before you settle in for the very long, vaguely incoherent, irreverent, and half-drunk installment of 13 O’Clock that IS episode 100. Hope you guys enjoy…we couldn’t do it without you! 🙂

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13 O’Clock Episode 85 – The Clutter and Walker Family Murders (In Cold Blood)

Returning to the true crime fold with perhaps the best known of all the infamous multiple murders in American history, this episode of 13 O’Clock sees Tom and Jenny examining the brutal slayings of the Clutter farm family in Kansas, the crime on which Truman Capote based his classic book, In Cold Blood. Besides discussing the crime itself as well as the book that was written about it, we also delve into a far less known family massacre, that of the Walkers in Florida in 1959, which may or may not have been committed by the same men who killed the Clutters. All this, plus a couple of weird news stories about the Romanian living dead, and why you should probably look at your cashews before popping them in your mouth hole. Lock your doors and gird your loins for a grim, grisly, and gore-soaked episode 85.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the movie In Cold Blood (1967).

Songs at the end: “In Cold Blood” by the Society Islands and “Four Walls (The Ballad of Perry Smith)” by Bastille.

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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 74 – Keddie and Bear Brook Murders, Plus Werewolf Killer

*In case you didn’t get the memo, this episode is just Jenny…Tom had a family emergency and had to go out of state. He should be back for episode 75.*

In 1981, four people were brutally slain in cabin 28 at the Keddie Resort in California. And in 1985 and 2000, the bodies of four unidentified females were discovered in 55-gallon drums in Allenstown, New Hampshire. On this grisly episode of 13 O’Clock, Jenny is discussing two infamous crimes: the Keddie Murders and the Bear Brook Murders, the first of which is still officially unsolved, but the second of which has had some interesting developments in the past two years. On the News segment, she’ll also be talking about Russia’s infamous “Werewolf” serial killer, who has recently gone on trial again for confessing to many, many more murders than it was originally thought he committed (which was already a lot). Yikes. Lock your doors and windows and tune in for a horrifying episode 74.

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Song at the end: “Cabin 28” by Duke St. Workshop. More articles from ForensicMag about the solving of the Bear Brook case are here and here.

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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.

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Song at the end: “Hinterkaifeck” by Drangsal.