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Coffee and Cases Podcast

True-crime • Society-and-culture

Coffee and Cases is a true crime podcast where we like our coffee hot and our cases cold. Join us (Allison and Maggie) weekly to dive into the unknown and the unsolved.

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E109: The Babes In The Woods

Dec 2 • 54:02

In 1953, Stanley Park, ever known for its beauty and its attractions, also became known for a darker reason-- the discovery of the remains of two murdered children. Despite the odd items found at the crime scene, and despite multiple witness accounts, this case remains one of Vancouver’s longest-running cold cases. Will we ever be able to call the children by their names a...

E108: The Sodder Children

Nov 25 • 01:06:41

Imagine your house is on fire and every avenue you take to save your loved ones inside halts because something goes horribly wrong. Imagine standing by and watching your house and, presumably, your children turn to ash and there is nothing you can do but wait for the fire department to arrive. Now imagine spending the rest of your life not knowing if your loved ones were i...

E107: Ruben David Felix

Nov 18 • 55:37

Two-year old Ruben Felix had been at a family barbeque when he simply vanished. But single footprints, seemingly staged evidence, and hoax phone calls has left some of them wondering if Ruben’s disappearance were more than just a horrific accident.

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E106: The Beaumont Children

Nov 11 • 59:20

When three small children went on an innocent trip to the beach a mere five minutes from their home, no one would have ever thought they would never come home. This safe and quiet town in Australia would never be the same again, and stranger danger became a common phrase for the people of that community....

E105: Crystal Spencer

Nov 4 • 01:02:24

Crystal Spencer’s body was so decomposed when it was discovered that not many answers about her death were feasible. Did she die of natural causes? As the result of foul play? Who might have wanted her dead? Explore various theories with Allison and Maggie this week as we examine the details of Crystal’s case.

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E104: Martha Moxley

Oct 28 • 55:42

As Halloween approaches we often wonder if those haunted houses we walk through and scary movies we watch could turn into a reality. On October 30, 1975, a  fun night spent with friends turned into the plot of a scary movie as one teen is left bludgeoned to death in her backyard. ...

E103: Don Henry and Kevin Ives (Part 2)

Oct 21 • 57:22

When a train coming through Benton, Arkansas, ran over two young men on the tracks in the early morning hours of August 23rd, 1987, law enforcement seemed immediately convinced that this was an accident or a double-suicide. The medical examiner ruled their deaths an “accident.” However, after a legal battle headed by the parents forced a re-examination of details from the ...

E102: Don Henry and Kevin Ives (Part 1)

Oct 14 • 01:05:32

When a train coming through Benton, Arkansas, ran over two young men on the tracks in the early morning hours of August 23rd, 1987, law enforcement seemed immediately convinced that this was an accident or a double-suicide. The medical examiner ruled their deaths an “accident.” However, after a legal battle headed by the parents forced a re-examination of details from the ...

E101: Betsy Aardsma

Oct 7 • 54:43

Betsy Aardsma had dreams of changing the world. She originally planned to join the Peace Corps, but then decided to be an educator. Who would’ve ever thought such a loving and world-changing young girl would be murdered by a single stab wound to the chest in her university library?

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E100: Bonus Episode

Oct 2 • 01:02:44

It's finally here-- the bonus episode you've all been waiting for! Maggie and Allison share some case updates, read some Facebook comments, and answer some questions. Make sure you wait until the end to play the "Are you more like Allison or Maggie?" Game! Thank you, Sleuthhounds, for being so supportive of our podcast! Here's to the next 100 episodes!!...

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