Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
With Carter Roy & Wenndy Mackenzie
About Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories is a podcast drama with a modern twist on old time radio that delves into the mystery of true cold cases and unsolved murders. With the help of an ensemble cast, follow our hosts as they take you on an entertaining journey through the crime scene, the investigation and attempt to solve the case. With many surprising plot twists, it’s important you start listening from Episode 1. New episodes are released every Tuesday.
Fear of becoming the Phantom’s next victim, the once lively community of Texarkana becomes a ghost town. No one goes out at night and every store is sold out of locks, guns and ammunition. Carter and Wenndy come to a consensus on who they believe the killer is.
n the Spring of 1946, no law abiding Texarkana citizen leaves home after sundown. They clutch their guns instead of their pillows at night, preferring its promise of protection. The Phantom Killer prowls their streets, and hisRead More
Texarkana becomes the hunting grounds for the ruthless, blood-thirsty serial killer local newspapers call the “Phantom.” Carter and Wenndy follow the trials and tribulations of the ensuing homicide investigation.
A month after the random attack on Jimmy Hollis and Mary Jeanne Larry, the townspeople of Texarkana don’t give what happened a second thought. For their quiet, safe little town, it is a freak incident and not something to worry about. It was just a jealous ex-boyfriend getting hisRead More
The Phantom Killer case is considered the number one unsolved murder case in Texas history. Join Carter and Wenndy as they take a look at the Phantom Killer’s violent debut when a couple on lover’s lane are attacked by a masked man. In total, The Phantom attacked eight people, killing five.
In 1946, the town of Texarkana is rocked by a series of brutal attacks known as the Moonlight Murders, where couples are targeted anywhere from lover’s lane to their own homes. A crazed serial killer called the “Phantom” is on the loose, and universal fear throws the once lively community into a ghost town – terrified residents shutter themselves insideRead More
Chaos ensues at the crime scene when evidence is tampered with in an attempt to cover up the renowned director’s past. Proving that in Hollywood, there is always a difference between illusion and reality. Join Carter and Wenndy as they discover who really killed William Desmond Taylor.
“Police have been bribed, witnesses silenced, evidence suppressed, in a gigantic plot engineered from behind the scenes in filmland to defeat the ends of justice in the Taylor mystery.” – San Francisco BulletinRead More
For the first time, we present the entire chilling letter written by The Axeman to the city of New Orleans. It was published on March 13, 1919 in The Time-Picayune newspaper. This is a BONUS episode.
The first ever Hollywood murder leaves the film community and nation in shock. Director William Taylor is found murdered at his home. Carter and Wenndy examine the victim’s activity prior to his death. What they find may suggest his death was anything but untimely.
The people of New Orleans believe they’ve seen the last of the Axeman killer, but he lays in wait for his next victim. The police never caught the Axeman, but hosts Carter and Wenndy have investigated the crimes and have more information then what was available in 1919. They reveal who they believe is the Axeman.
The Axeman writes a chilling letter to the New Orleans citizens with a peculiar offer they can’t refuse, causing more fear and panic to the city’s citizens.
“When I see fit, I shall come and claim other victims. I alone know whom they shall be. I shall leave no clue except my bloody axe, besmeared with blood and brains of he whom I have sent below to keep me company.”Read More
The Axeman of New Orleans is considered to be one of the top 10 serial killers of all time. He begins his killing spree, putting New Orleans citizens on edge. Hosts Carter and Wenndy examine clues from the first three attacks and the bizarre details of the murders while our voice actors bring the crimes to life.
It’s 1919 New Orleans and a dozen people have been brutally hacked to death in their beds by an axe. With an entire city in panic, the police are desperate to find who’s responsible, but forensics is primitive, so viable evidence – like a shirt covered in the killer’s blood – is frustratingly useless. Furthermore, theRead More
Learn what to expect on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories. Season One debuts Tuesday June 14th with new episodes released every other Tuesday.