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 110 – Mysterious Codes: Ricky McCormick, YOG’TZE, and the Voynich Manuscript

Talking about the Zodiac on last week’s show inspired us to delve into even more cases of strange codes that were never cracked. On this cryptic installment, we’re discussing three infamous incidents of mysterious ciphers: the so-called YOG’TZE case, the death of Ricky McCormick and the weird coded letters found in his pockets, and the bizarre Voynich Manuscript, written in some as-yet-undetermined language. Help Tom and Jenny decipher the clues on an enigmatic episode 110.

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Here’s the link to the latest attempt to decipher the Voynich Manuscript.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the documentary Voynich Code – The World’s Most Mysterious Manuscript.

Song at the end: “Break the Code” by Miaow.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! The show is made possible by: Jason, Scarlett, Nathalie, Jake, Jen, Victoria, Lana, Duncan, Thomm, Matthew, John, Joseph, Dan, Eric, Brandon, Valtrina, Tara, Sandra, Paul, Weaponsandstuff93, Michael, Ben, Anthony, Ima Shrew, James, Matt, Mary Ellen, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Natalia, Samantha, Ashley, Kieron, Sophie, Tara, Jana & Scott, Ed, creepy crepes, Christopher, Elizabeth, Tina, Lars, Ed, Feeky, Veronica, Corinthian, Daniel, Dean, Greg, Lindsey, Richard & Sheena.

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The Faceless Villain: Volume Two is Now Available in Print and Kindle Formats!

At long last, the second installment of my true crime series The Faceless Villain is available to purchase in print and Kindle formats. I’m working on recording the audio book version at the moment, so that will be out in a few week as well. If you read it and like it, please be so kind as to leave a review on Amazon…it’s a big help!

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13 O’Clock Episode 108 – The Boys from Yuba City, aka the American Dyatlov Pass

On today’s cold and creepy installment, Tom and Jenny are tackling an oft-requested, mysterious unexplained deaths case: the so-called Boys from Yuba City, otherwise known as the American Dyatlov Pass incident. In 1978, five young men disappeared in a snowy California forest, only to be found months later with no explanation as to how they ended up where they did or why they ended up dead. All this, plus a brief news story out of Georgia about a Jane Doe found dismembered in a landfill. Bundle up against the inclement weather and warm your frozen tootsies by the fire of episode 108.

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Clip at the beginning taken from “The Boys from Yuba City – America’s Dyatlov Pass Incident” on the Bedtime Stories channel.

Song at the end: “Snowstorm” by Galaxie 500.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! The show is made possible by: Jason, Scarlett, Nathalie, Jake, Jen, Victoria, Lana, Duncan, Thomm, Matthew, John, Joseph, Dan, Eric, Brandon, Valtrina, Tara, Sandra, Paul, Weaponsandstuff93, Michael, Ben, Anthony, Ima Shrew, James, Matt, Mary Ellen, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Natalia, Samantha, Ashley, Kieron, Sophie, Tara, Jana & Scott, Ed, creepy crepes, Christopher, Elizabeth, Tina, Lars, Ed, Veronica, Corinthian, Daniel, Dean, Greg, Lindsey, Richard & Sheena.

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13 O’Clock Episode 106 – Mr. Cruel

On this crime-stuffed installment, Tom and Jenny are discussing the still-unapprehended Australian child rapist and murderer known only as Mr. Cruel. Similar to the Golden State Killer, Mr. Cruel is notorious for breaking into family homes clad in a mask, tying up the family, then taking one of the little girls away to rape before returning them later on. Tune in to the terrifying tale, which will commence after our introductory news story about yet another cold case murder that was recently solved with the help of DNA technology. Lock your doors and windows and settle in for the creepy crime saga that is episode 106.

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Clip at the beginning taken from ABC News Australia.

Song at the end: “Mr. Cruel” by Sol Invictus.

THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS! The show is made possible by: Jason, Scarlett, Nathalie, Jake, Jen, Victoria, Lana, Duncan, Thomm, Matthew, John, Joseph, Dan, Eric, Brandon, Valtrina, Tara, Sandra, Paul, Weaponsandstuff93, Michael, Ben, Anthony, Ima Shrew, James, Matt, Mary Ellen, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Natalia, Samantha, Ashley, Kieron, Sophie, Tara, Jana & Scott, creepy crepes, Christopher, Elizabeth, Tina, Lars, Veronica, Corinthian, Daniel, Dean, Greg, Lindsey, Richard & Sheena.

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.