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Mountain Murders

True-crime

Not your typical Appalachian True Crime Podcast hosted by marrieds Heather & Dylan. We dig up lesser known and often obscure regional cases spanning from Georgia to Maine. Our storytelling is unique and well researched— with a twist of Southern flava while defying stereotypes. "We say fuck a lot!"

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The Lady of the Dunes

Dec 2 • 42:47
For the last 47 years investigators have tried to identify a woman who has become known as "the lady of the dunes". The murder victim was found on a Massachusetts beach in July 1974. Over the years, her case has garnered a lot of attention from law enforcement and national press. In this episode, we discuss several theories and potential suspects.

Hosts Heather and Dylan P...

The Murder of Ronda Blaylock

Dec 2 • 44:02
In 1980, a 14 year old girl named Ronda Blaylock accepted a ride with a stranger. She never made it home. 3 days later her body is discovered by a man walking near a wooded area. Ronda's family spent nearly 40 years searching for answers in her murder. Several different Sheriff's administrations reopened the cold case but had little luck in solving the crime. Finally, a ne...

November Listener Stories

Nov 24 • 48:24

Death Farm Part Two

Nov 21 • 01:13:18
In Death Farm part one, Mountain Murders began the story of Georgia's Most Heinous Crime. We discussed a farmer named John Williams who used peons to run his 2000 acre plantation. When federal agents began poking around the illegal activities, Williams decides he must eliminate all evidence--and orders the the murders of 11 black farm workers. In part two, we dive into the...

The Stanley Hotel

Nov 17 • 40:27
In this Offbeat episode of Mountain Murders, we dive into the history of the infamous Stanley Hotel in Colorado's Estes Park. The hotel was originally built by a wealthy tycoon named Freelan Stanley who vacationed in the Rockies to treat his consumption. By the 1970s, the hotel had fallen into disrepair. Author Stephen King was inspired to write two novels after staying th...

Death Farm Part One

Nov 15 • 01:12:32
Georgia's most heinous crime is actually not well known. Mountain Murders brings you the sadistic story of a "gentleman farmer" who hired peonage laborers from prisons to work his fields. The laborers were basically enslaved to the farmer. The conditions were horrific and ended with the brutal murders of more than 11 black men.

Intro Music: Joe Buck Yourself
Hosts: Heather ...

Peace out, Alcatraz

Nov 10 • 43:59
On June 11, 1962 three inmates escaped from the Federal Penitentiary on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay. Covering their escape, digging holes and building a raft out of old raincoats--the elaborate escape plan took months to plan. The inmates were presumed dead--but many conspiracy theories have surfaced over the years with a surprising discovery in 2020 that perhaps ...

Heather Elvis

Nov 7 • 01:22:27
Heather Elvis was a vibrant young woman asserting her independence. She lived and worked in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where she ended up meeting a married man. The affair ended badly and then Heather vanishes. What ensues is a trail of circumstantial evidence that seems to lead to Heather's former lover and his morbidly jealous wife. Join Mountain Murders as we dive int...

The Haunted Castle

Nov 4 • 47:11
*** It's ONCE BITTEN TWICE SHY!
Mountain Murders Offbeat takes you on a strange trip back to 1984 to examine a haunted attraction with a tragic story.

Also, Dylan confuses The White Stripes with Great White. Heather confuses the lyrics. It's fine.

Hosts: Heather and Dylan Packer
Email: mountainmurderspodcast@gmail.com

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Shauna Howe

Nov 1 • 01:04:51
Shauna Howe was a typical 11 year old girl living in Oil City, Pennsylvania who was kidnapped and murdered around Halloween 1992. For over a decade, investigators combed the details of the case. Though they had DNA evidence--there was no match and few suspects. Join Mountain Murders as we discuss a tragic murder with a surprising conclusion.

Intro: Joe Buck Yourself
Hosts: ...

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