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Ep. 31 The Ash Wednesday Terror

It’s our Season Two finale!  Today we’re discussing the still cold case of the murder of a Barre, Vermont store owner back in 1958.  Doris E. Baker was a local linoleum store owner who was found brutally murdered in her store one cold day in February of 1958.  Thank you all for you continuous support, and we will catch you Nerdlings in October with our Season Three return!
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https://www.newspapers.com/image/661132121/?terms=Doris%2BE.%2BBaker
https://www.newspapers.com/image/199172929/?terms=doris%20baker&match=1
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https://www.newspapers.com/image/661152797/?terms=Mrs.%20Leo%20Baker&match=1
https://www.newspapers.com/image/661152853/?terms=Mrs.%20Leo%20Baker&match=1
https://www.newspapers.com/image/659530249/
https://www.newspapers.com/image/661192939/?terms=Mrs.%20Doris%20Baker&match=1
https://www.newspapers.com/image/659571797/
https://www.newspapers.com/image/548144811/?terms=doris%20baker&match=1
https://www.newspapers.com/image/660063645/?terms=doris%20baker&match=1
https://law.justia.com/cases/new-hampshire/supreme-court/1969/5514-0.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coolidge_v._New_Hampshire
https://www.newspapers.com/image/200242766/?terms=doris%20baker&match=1
https://www.newspapers.com/image/199172929/?terms=doris%20baker&match=1

Ep. 29 Mostly Harmless Patreon Exclusive Episode

Hey Nerdlings!  We wanted to share an episode we released a bit ago on our Patreon. Today we’re chatting about the case of an unidentified hitch hiker known only as Mostly Harmless, who was found deceased while he was in the process of hiking the Appalachian trail. Mostly Harmless has recently been identified and so we wanted to share his story with you all. Thanks for listening!

Ep. 28 Chatting Forensic Genetic Genealogy with Lee & Anthony Redgrave Part 2

Join us as we learn more about Forensic Genetic Genealogy.  We were honored to have had a chance to interview Lee & Anthony Redgrave from Redgrave Research Forensic Services. This is the second part of the our interview with them.  They were kind enough to answer all our questions about the field of FGG/IGG & How it’s helping to solve crimes. There’s a fundraiser going on for one of their cases “Preble County Penny” doe.  The donation link is below.

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https://transdoetaskforce.org/ 

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Ep 27 Chatting Forensic Genetic Genealogy with Lee & Anthony Redgrave Part 1

We were honored to have had a chance to interview Lee & Anthony Redgrave from Redgrave Research Forensic Services. It’s a 2 part ep & the next half will be out later this week.  They were kind enough to answer all our questions about the field of FGG/IGG & How it’s helping to solve crimes. There’s a fundraiser going on for one of their cases “Preble County Penny” doe.  The donation link is below.

Fund Raiser:

https://gofund.me/64cf602b   
https://redgraveresearch.com/ 

https://transdoetaskforce.org/ 

Patreon:

http://bit.ly/CTNPatreon  

Merch:

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Ep. 30 Our Collab with From the Vault: Hendrixville John Doe: An Elusive Suicide

We are honored to have gotten the chance to do a collaboration with our friend Jason over at From the Vault Podcast.  Jason invited us to join him on his show to discuss the case of Hendrixville’s John Doe which is a case with one elusive lead after another.  If you love our show you’ll love Jason’s so definitely go give From the Vault a listen you won’t be disappointed.  This is our second to last episode before the end of season 2 we couldn’t have made it this far without you all! 

More episodes of From the Vault: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/from-the-vault-a-true-crime-podcast/id1477392323 

Ep. 26 A Mother without a Name

Hey Nerdlings!  Happy Mother’s Day to all you Mama Nerdlings out there.  Today’s episode we wanted to tell the story of a mother who has remained nameless for nearly a century.  She was found in 1935 with the remains of what is thought to be her two children and the small family remains unknown to this day.  Next week marks the anniversary of her remains being found and with today being mother’s day it seemed fitting to tell her story for others to know.  Join us for the case of the Addison County Jane Doe.

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Ep. 25 Murder in Bangor The Case of Charlie Howard

Today’s episode deals with the case of Charlie Howard, a young man who faced darkness one night in Bangor Maine.  His story has been the inspiration of a famous horror novelist, but it should also inspire all of us to do better and be better. 

Ep. 24 Tales of the Bermuda Triangle Vanishings

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Ep. 24 Tales of the Bermuda Triangle Vanishings
Hey there Nerdlings! We’re officially back and going to the Bermuda triangle in this weeks episode. We’re exploring some of the historical vanishings that have occurred in this strange stretch of ocean.

Ep. 23 Once In a Blue Moon: The Blue Moon Killer

Hey there Nerdlings!  Welcome to the last episode of Crime Time Nerds, before our break for a month.  We will be back in April though so we will catch you Nerdlings then.  In the mean time let’s walk down those dark paths as we discuss the Blue Moon killings of the Smith family that happened in 2015.

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.