Felon True Crime podcast

Felon True Crime

Felon True Crime Podcast

Felons of the Land Down Under

42 Episodes

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    8: A Christmas Tragedy in Orange

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    Dearne Louise Nonnenmacher was born on the 4th January 1972\. In 1990 she was eighteen and living with her family and working as trainee chef at the Robin Hood Hotel. She had shared with family her dreams for the future and looked forward to the day she could work as a chef on a cruise liner. On Christmas day of 1990, like many families, the Nonnenmacher family gathered together to celebrate with a Christmas lunch. Little did her family know that this would be the last time they would see their beloved Dearne. By boxing day, Dearne's family had not heard from her and made repeated attempts to reach out. Feeling uneasy about her sudden disappearance and lack of contact they soon reported her missing at the Orange Police Station. ..
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    7: The Nowra Bodies in the Barrels

    30:06

    **The Nowra Bodies in the Barrels** On the 29th of January 2006, Peter Dalton and his wife were cycling along a track through the Tomerong State Forest, not far from the township of Nowra. During their ride they had noticed burning smell that grew stronger and stronger. As they drew nearer to a clearing in the forest they could see the source of the smoke. The flames had died down but two barrels were smoldering and black smoke rose from within them.  **Sponsor: shipstation .com** **Promo code: FTC**
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    6: The Belanglo Forest Axe Murder

    30:13

    Located south 2 hours south west of the NSW capital of Sydney, is an area of known as the Southern Highlands. If you travel 3 kms west from the Hume Highway that runs through this region you will soon end up in the towering trees of the Belanglo State Forest. The title of the forest ‘Belanglo’, has become synonymous with the callous serial killings of several young backpackers who died at the hands of Ivan Milat. From 1989 to 1993 this tranquil forest would become a dumping ground for Milat. Over a series of searches authorities would discover the remains of 7 individuals who had fallen victim to Milat while hitchhiking through the region. Despite this gruesome history and the negative association with its name, Belanglo forest has still continued to be used as a popular recreational destination for trail bike riders, 4 wheel drive enthusiasts, and campers. But despite locals and tourists alike trying to shake the memory of Milat, In 2010 a disturbing event would bring the names Belanglo and Milat to the media spotlight once again. **Sponsor:** ShipStation  https://www.shipstation.com/  **Codeword:** FTC **Podcast Suggestion:** Human/Ordinary http://humanordinary.com/
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    Felon Update 8th July 2018

    1:50

    Due to a series of unexpected events Felon True Crime Podcast has been put on hold indefinitely. While this is frustrating, I feel that it is a good opportunity to address some issues I've had with the podcast and put some changes in place that will improve the content. I will be sure to keep you posted with any developments. Thank you for your ongoing support and patience.
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    5: The Queen Street Massacre (Part 2 of 2)

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    Frank Vitkovic (Part 2) On the 8th of December 1987, Frank Vitkovic, armed with high powered, sawn off rifle, shot indiscriminately at unsuspecting office workers as he moved through the Australia Post Building at 191 Queen Street in the Melbourne CBD. 8 lives were cut down at the hands of Vitkovic in a brutal attack that lasted 17 minutes. During Vitkovic's frenzied attack Police gathered in the street below. They had received an alert from the building when a worker inside had triggered the bank alarm. Initially assuming they were dealing with an armed robbery they swooped on the scene. But as a shots echoed from the floors above they soon realized that were not dealing with a robbery. Podcast Recommendation: True Crime Enthusiast https://audioboom.com/channel/the-true-crime-enthusiast-podcast https://truecrimeenthusiast.wordpress.com/ Sponsor: Hayu Head to hayu.com or download the app today to start your 30-day free trial. Thanks to Ben and Doug for lending their voices.
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    4: In Sight (Featuring Felon) - Darcey Freeman

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    While you wait for Part 2 of Frank Vitkovic.... I was honoured to guest host an episode of In Sight Podcast. If you haven't had a chance to listen via In Sight's stream, here is it.  For those unfamiliar with In Sight, I highly recommend checking it out. On January 29 2009, Arthur Freeman was driving his three children across the West Gate Bridge in Melbourne. It would be his 4-year-old daughter, Darcey’s first day of school. Unfortunately she would never make it. For reasons no one would ever be able to explain, Freeman calmly exits his vehicle with Darcey in his arms and tosses her off the bridge. Freeman goes back to his car with his other two children inside and drives away. It would not be long before Freeman is apprehended, arrested and charged with the little girl’s murder. What would cause a loving, doting father to murder his own daughter?  www.patreon.com/insightpod Facebook/insightpod Twitter @insightfulpod Instagram @insightpod insightfulpod@gmail.com insightpod.com Music by Scott Buckley
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    3: The Queen Street Massacre (Part 1 of 2)

    35:10

    The 8th of December, 1987\. In the Vitkovic family home in West Preston, Frank Vitkovic wrote in his diary, packed a large bag with some items and with this bag in hand boarded the number 4 tram towards the city. The events that would soon unfold would shut down the city of Melbourne and shock the nation. Podcast Suggestion: Canadian True Crime  https://canadiantruecrime.ca/
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    2: Marshall Haritos

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    Darwin, the capital of the Northern Territory is a popular holiday destination for both Australian Residents and international visitors alike. Also known as Australia's Tropical capital, its warm weather, night clubs, beach markets and laid back life style are among the many reasons why people choose to live in or visit Darwin. But behind this carefree façade hides another face of Darwin that is much more sinister. Per capita Darwin has the highest crime rate of any Australian city. In 2004, It would be the backdrop to an horrific crime that would be etched in to Darwin's history for many years to come. Vote for Felon in the 2018 Australian Podcast Awards https://australianpodcastawards.submittable.com/gallery/2829f195-1021-4d7c-853f-f0ce775f4fa4/9795253 Felon Social Media facebook.com/felontruecrime Instagram @felontruecrime Twitter @felontruecrime
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    1: Anne Redman and Pirjo Kemppainen

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    **Season 3 Episode 1** Anne Redman and Pirjo Kemppainen lived over 60 kms from each other. Their paths had never crossed. Anne lived in the seaside south Australian Suburb of Seacliff. Pirjo lived in the small town of Callington, in the Eastern slopes of the Adelaide Hills. Despite being complete strangers to each other, their names would soon be spoken regularly in the same breath for years to come…. **Vote for Felon in the 2018 Australian Podcast Awards** https://australianpodcastawards.submittable.com/gallery/2829f195-1021-4d7c-853f-f0ce775f4fa4/9795253 **Felon Social Media** facebook.com/felontruecrime Instagram @felontruecrime Twitter @felontruecrime **True Crime Finland** https://truecrimefinland.squarespace.com/

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