Ep. 22 America’s Unknown Child: The Boy in the Box Case

Welcome Nerdlings!  Today’s case is a sad one as it deals with the 64 year old unsolved murder of a young child who was left abandoned in the woods of Fox Chase Philadelphia back in 1957.  Today Ash and Nat will be tackling the case of the Boy in the Box, grab your tissues for this case, as it is heartbreaking to this day.

Ep. 21 Black Widow Serial Killer Belle Gunness

Welcome Nerdlings! We’re diving deep into the story of an early American female serial killer known as Belle Gunness, a woman who’s truly a monster. Belle Gunness was an early Black Widow serial killer, who lured men to her Laporte farm back in the early 1900’s and would brutally murder them for their money.  It’ a wild ride that starts and ends with a fire and a lot more questions than answers as to what exactly happened on the Gunness farm all those years ago.

Ep. 20 Woman Unearthed: Finley Creek Jane Doe Part 2

Welcome Nerdlings to part two of our series on the Finley Creek Jane Doe.  Today’s episode we’re chatting with the Finley Creek Task Force about Finley Creek’s Jane Doe, where her case is at today, and how this amazing group of folks came together to try and give this Jane Doe back her identity.  They show each and everyone of us just how much we can all do to help but our true crime research abilities to good use and help cold cases out.  

Ep. 19 Woman Unearthed: Finley Creek Jane Doe Part 1

Welcome Nerdlings to Part one of a two part series focusing on a case from the 1970’s that still remains unsolved to this day.  It starts out with a gruesome discover forty years ago in the woods of Elgin Oregon and continues into today with a task force that has united from all over the U.S. to try and give the woman known only as the Finley Creek Jane Doe, back her identity.

Ep. 18 Murder of a Vermont Dairy Farmer: Orville Gibson

Welcome Nerdlings!  We are back with a case in Vermont that is over sixty years old.  Orville Gibson was a prosperous dairy farmer who disappeared on December 31st, 1957 with only evidence of a scuffle left in his barn, and he wouldn’t be found for over two months floating in the Connecticut River.  Join us as we explore the strange case of Orville Gibson.

Ep. 16 Harry Dennis Milligan: Still Missing Part One

Welcome Nerdlings to the Season Two Premier of Crime Time Nerds.  Our case today is a special one to us, and we hope to you all as well.  Today’s episode is part one on our series about a young Iowa man who went missing 36 years ago and hasn’t been seen since.  Join us as we grab our flashlights once again and walk the streets of Albia Iowa in search of 21 year old Harry Dennis Milligan.

Nerd Bites: Krampus-ish Holiday Bonus Episode with Ash & Nat

Happy Holiday’s Nerdlings! Join us in our Krampus-ish holiday bonus episode. We chat the story and lore of Krampus and the tradition behind it, as well as learn that Nat thinks Gremlins is the greatest Holiday film of all time and Ash subscribes to the Lifetime Holiday specials following! We will catch you nerdlings when we come back from our holiday break on January 10th!

Ep. 15 Missing: The Disappearance of Timothy J. Guy

Welcome Nerdlings to a very special episode of Crime Time Nerds.  Tonight’s case was a request to cover the disappearance of Timothy J. Guy.  Tim has been missing for 33 years, and we are hoping to amplify his story so that his family and friends can possibly get more information and some form of answers after all this time.  Special Thanks to Crime Blogger 1983.  You can read his blog entry on Tim Guy here


Ep. 14 Vermont’s Bennington Triangle: Five Disappearances that Remain Unsolved

Welcome Nerdlings!  Tonight’s episode we’re looking at the Vermont version of the Bermuda Triangle from a more fact based view point.  In our episode tonight we will discuss five strange disappearances that occurred during a five year span in the 1940’s.  Their cases have never been solved and it’s become a large part of the lore behind the Bennington Triangle.  Join us as we deep dive into Vermont’s Bennington Triangle Disappearances.