Foul Play: A True Crime Podcast podcast

Foul Play: A True Crime Podcast

Shane Waters

For more than 6 years Foul Play™️ has been creating crime series based on our own investigation. Our cases are introduced in individual seasons and feature interviews from involved parties. We have helped to identify 3 Jane Doe victims, solve a serial killer case from the 1980s, and continue to work on the unsolved murder of Sister Cathy as featured in Netflix's docu-series 'The Keepers'. Hosted by crime journalist Shane Waters & Wendy Cee

140 Episoder

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    St Valentine's Day Massacre

    18:06

    When seven men were gunned down in a Chicago garage in 1929, their killers thought nothing of it. After all, they had been engaged in a hostile war against each other, and the victims were merely collateral damage. What they didn’t expect, though, was that these killings would mark the end of the powerful grip that they had over American society. With these seven murders, they managed to topple the organized crime syndicates that terrorized the country’s citizens.This is the story of the 1929 Valentine’s Day Massacre.Visit us online at itsfoulplay.comSupport the show by becoming a Patron at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayEpisode Sponsor: Start your ritual today and get !0% off your first 3 months at Ritual.com/foul
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    Throwaways, Part 9

    30:35

    Season Finale. For three years now I’ve been nailing these little red crosses into the ground. I know it doesn’t mean very much, but what the hell else am I supposed to do? Forget? Walk away with the same indifference I’ve resented in others? I know they don’t fix anything; I know they don’t make anything right. Maybe most people don’t even know what they are. In fact, I’m sure they don’t.I could have marked the actual burial plots – but with what? I can’t put a name on them. I can’t fit my outrage on a little stone marker (what’s the character limit on those anyway?) Besides, putting a memorial in some remote corner of some equally remote cemetery, overtop of a forgotten body, is only going to result in a forgotten memorial.Visit us online at itsfoulplay.comCheck out or other podcasts at itsarclightmedia.comEnjoy the podcast and want to support us? Become a Patron at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayThis is episode is sponsored by:- Download Best Fiends FREE today on the App Store or Google Play- Get 10% off your first month at Betterhelp.com/foul
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    Throwaways, Part 8

    25:23

    The best imaginable alibi, outside of lunch with the Dalai Lama, is simply to place yourself in police custody at the time the crime is committed. If the police are with you, they know it’s not you – or so the logic goes. This is, in fact, the very thought process that stalled the prosecution of Jerry Johns for the Redhead Murders.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comCheck out our other podcasts! itsarclightmedia.comEpisode Sponsors:- Go to Everlane.com/foulplay and sign up for 10% off comfortable and stylish clothing made sustainably - Start getting rewards for brushing your teeth today, go to getquip.com/foulplay to save $10 on a Quip Electric Toothbrush
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    Throwaways, Part 7

    28:37

    [Part 7] By the time someone becomes a lot lizard, they have, by and large, already suffered enough. Truck stop sex work is a late stop on a tour of misery that almost always begins at home. And if it doesn’t begin at home, it begins just outside of it, with bad boyfriends, bad uncles and other predators with their foot already in the door. Interview any one lizard, or twenty, and you’ll hear a similar story - their home life or love life was, to put it mildly, problematic.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comCheck out our other podcasts! itsarclightmedia.comEpisode Sponsors:-Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go Upstart.com/foulplay-Get better nutrition with the Ritual Multivitamin at Ritual.com/foul
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    Throwaways, Part 6

    27:27

    Rather than adoring and desiring his mother according to the Freudian complex, Jerry Johns appears to have hated her subtly and relentlessly under the guise of run of the mill spree-killing. Hearing all this, you might be able to guess what Johns’ mother did for a living, and what color her hair was. She was a redheaded prostitute.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comCheck out our other podcasts! itsarclightmedia.comEpisode Sponsors:-Download Best Fiends FREE today on the apple App Store or Google Play-Visit Betterhelp.com/foul and join the over 2,000,000 people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professionalSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/itsfoulplay)
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    Witnessed: Borderlands

    6:42

    Listen to Witnessed: Borderlands, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening! Find Witnessed: Borderlands here on Apple Podcasts.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/itsfoulplay)
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    Throwaways, Part 5

    48:50

    In pitch darkness, shortly after 2AM, Jane Doe #7 stumbled into the median of I-40, near Junction 58, in Kingston, Tennessee. The strangling had ruptured the blood vessels in her eyes and rendered her virtually blind, though only temporarily. Her hearing was also damaged by the astronomical physical stress of her murder.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comCheck out our other podcasts! itsarclightmedia.comEpisode Sponsors:-Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to Upstart.com/foulplay-Get key nutrients - without the BS. Ritual is offering my listeners 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/foul-Everlane has all the everyday essentials you need - go to Everlane.com/foulplay and sign up for 10% off your first order PLUS free shipping!-Visit Betterhelp.com/foul and join the over 2,000,000 people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional
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    Throwaways, Part 4

    30:36

    [Part 4] When you were in school you probably had class projects. You made terrariums and did that thing with a papier-mâché volcano filled with Mentos and Coca-Cola. If you were lucky you got to dissect a pinecone or two, or maybe even a worm if you lived in the right district. A class project of a different sort, led by fearless innovator (and now friend) Alex Campbell, changed this investigation yet again when he and his class of high schoolers – yes, high schoolers, worked with an FBI profiler to establish that we did in fact have a serial killer on our hands.They also provided a name for our killer – the Bible Belt Strangler.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comCheck out our other podcasts! itsarclightmedia.comEpisode Sponsors:-Download the 5 star rated mobile puzzle game Best Fiends FREE today on the App Store or Google Play-Start feeling better with a single message. Match with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with promo code FOUL-Get key nutrients - without the BS. Ritual is offering my listeners 10% off during your first 3 months at ritual.com/foul
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    Throwaways, Part 3

    26:14

    [Part 3] After Shane started researching the case of the Barbourville Jane Doe, and sharing this story on Foul Play, smaller newspapers around the Bible belt began reviving the story. Crime bloggers began writing about it online. Encouraged by this surge of interest, I called up a dear friend of mine who is a fellow investigator, Gemma Hoskins, and discussed some of the ways in which we might draw yet more attention to the case. Her suggestion was simple, but it touched on something that would soon change the face of our investigation: create a Facebook page to share information.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comEpisode Sponsors:Receive funds as fast as 1 business day after accepting your loan by going to Upstart.com/foulplayTry Shane's favorite mobile puzzle game Best Fiends FREE on the App Store or Google PlayGet matched with a licensed therapist when you go to talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month with promo code FOULGet key nutrients - without the BS. Ritual is offering my listeners 10% off during your first 3 months. Visit Ritual.com/foul
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    Throwaways, Part 2

    27:06

    “Lot lizards” - that’s what they call them. The kind of prostitutes who work truck stops and trailer parks. These are not the high-end rent girls of Abu Dhabi. These are blue collar, minimum wage hustlers closer to the Hollywood stereotype of the rustbelt hooker. You know the one – she has a heart of gold and a drug problem, high heels, a leopard print skirt, and probably some red lipstick and a C-section scar.The term “Lot Lizard” was coined by a comedian in the 1970s and took off from there. Even if you take offense at the sneering attitude of this label, you have to admit it has a kind of ring to it. It might make you think of leathery old women prowling parking lots past their sexual prime and willing to do anything for a buck. More fundamentally, it evokes the image of a slimy predator lurking in the sunlight and looking to draw unsuspecting flies into its mouth.But these women, and sometimes men, are less predator than prey.Support our show by becoming a Patreon at Patreon.com/itsfoulplayVisit us online at itsfoulplay.comEpisode Sponsors:-Get $15 off at Nutrafol.com promo code FOULCRIME on your first month's subscription to grow thicker healthier hair.-Take your free mental health assessment and get up to one hundred dollars credit on your first month of treatment at Brightside.com/foulplay

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