13 O’Clock Episode 122 – Serial Killer Capital: London, Ontario 1959-1984

Back on the true crime tip on this installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are discussing the terrifying and fascinating run of murders that took place in London, Ontario, Canada between the years of 1959 and 1984. During this time period, the small Canadian metropolis was known as the Serial Killer Capital of the World, due to its unusually high number of serial homicides, most of them targeted at women and girls; not to mention the fact that London also played host to at least SIX serial killers at the time, and possibly many more who were never caught. What was it about this seemingly unassuming city that caused such a paroxysm of violence? Travel with Tom and Jenny to the blood-soaked streets of Murder City on this hair-raising episode 122.

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13 O’Clock Episode 120 – More Creepy Disappearances

On this eerie, tragic episode of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are going back to the creepy disappearances topic we covered back on episode 62, discussing several more unsettling cases of people who vanished without a trace. On this installment, we’ll be summarizing the cases of Leah Roberts, Brandon Lawson, Justin Burgwinkel, and more, so sit back and listen to the chilling details on the mysterious episode 120.

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13 O’Clock Episode 118 – The Wallace Case and the Murder of Nora Fuller

It’s another true crime double feature on this episode of 13 O’Clock, and we’re going back to the early days of the 20th century to discuss two bizarre, unsolved murders that are still the subject of much debate. First, the strange 1902 murder of Nora Fuller, who answered an ad for a babysitter and disappeared, only to be found dead weeks later under very mysterious circumstances. Then, we’ll discuss the infamous “Wallace Case” from 1931, called by many crime writers “the impossible murder” because of its frustrating and contradictory details that liken it to a fictional, locked-room mystery. Load up your pipe and put on your deerstalker hat as we investigate the cases comprising episode 118.

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13 O’Clock Episode 116 – The Circleville Writer and The Doodler

Returning to the unsolved mysteries and unsolved murders on this installment, Tom and Jenny are discussing another true crime two-top. First up, the mysterious case of the Circleville Writer, who wrote threatening letters to residents of a small Ohio town for years and may have been responsible for one murder and one attempted murder. Next, we’ll talk about the infamous case of The Doodler, an elusive and still unidentified serial killer who targeted gay men in San Francisco’s Castro district in the 1970s, luring them in by drawing their portraits. Embrace the mystery and ponder the clues on this enigmatic episode 116.

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13 O’Clock Episode 114 – The Monster of Florence and the Vampire of Hanover

We’re returning to the true crime well for this installment of 13 O’Clock, and this time around, we’re talking serial murder, European style. On the first segment, we’ll be discussing the so-called “Monster of Florence,” a killer or group of killers who targeted camping couples in the Italian countryside in the period spanning 1968 to 1985. On the second half, we’ll be relating the case of German serial murderer Friedrich “Fritz” Haarman, also known as the Vampire of Hanover, who murdered at least 27 boys and men between the years of 1918 and 1924. Brew up a cappuccino and slip into your lederhosen as we travel down the dark alleys of European crime on episode 114.

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Link to the book The Monster of Florence by Douglas Preston & Mario Spezi.

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13 O’Clock Episode 112 – The Harpe Brothers and Belle Gunness

It’s another true crime double feature, but this time it’s American history style! We’ll be discussing two cases of some of the most brutal killers on the American frontier…the infamous Harpe Brothers, who murdered at least forty people in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Illinois in the late 18th century, and the legendary Belle Gunness, a ruthless “lonely hearts” killer who murdered somewhere between fourteen and forty victims at the dawn of the 20th century and buried many of the bodies on her farm. Take a swig of sarsaparilla and slap on your spurs, because episode 112 is going back in time for historical crime.

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Clip at the beginning taken from Evil Kin: Something Wicked in the Woods.

Song at the end: “The Ballad of Belle Gunness” by TJ McFarland.

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13 O’Clock Episode 111 – The NorCal Rapist and the Grim Sleeper

On this true crime two-fer, Tom and Jenny are getting topical, as well as examining two cases that have been suggested by several listeners. First up, we’ll be tackling the case of the infamous NorCal Rapist, an offender who carried out at least ten attacks between 1991 and 2006, and was finally identified just recently through DNA as fifty-eight-year-old Roy Charles Waller. On the second half of the show, we’ll be discussing the chilling case of LA serial killer Lonnie David Franklin, better known as the Southside Slayer or the Grim Sleeper, who killed at least ten victims in the 1980s and the early 2000s. Lock your doors and windows and settle into the relative safety of a criminally creepy episode 111.

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Clips at the beginning taken from CBS News and from the trailer of the documentary Tales of the Grim Sleeper.

Song at the end: “Grim Sleeper” by the Butcher Babies.

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