Turned Up Dead
Turned Up Dead
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A true crime podcast.If you listen carefully, even the words of liars will tell you the truth.Turned Up Dead is an independent true crime podcast with a slight focus on the language used during crimes, investigations, and trials.Support Turned Up Dead
The Murder of Jodi Jones: Is Luke Mitchell Guilty? Part 2
While everyone can agree that the murder of 14-year-old Jodi Jones is inexcusable, the conviction of Luke Mitchell, who was her 14-year-old boyfriend, is polarising. Content warning: Although not in any detail, this episode briefly mentions sexual assault. Petition for an independent review of the case against Luke Mitchell: https://www.change.org/p/the-lord-advocate-the-case-of-luke-mitchell-requires-a-full-independent-review Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
May 9
27 min
The Murder of Jodi Jones: Is Luke Mitchell Guilty? Part 1
While everyone can agree that the murder of 14-year-old Jodi Jones is inexcusable, the conviction of Luke Mitchell, who was her 14-year-old boyfriend, is polarising. Content warning: Although not in any detail, this episode briefly mentions sexual assault. Petition for an independent review of the case against Luke Mitchell: https://www.change.org/p/the-lord-advocate-the-case-of-luke-mitchell-requires-a-full-independent-review Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
May 9
1 hr 7 min
The Murder of Alex Woodworth
On the afternoon of March 22, 2018, a young woman arrived at a remote farmhouse in Dunn County, Wisconsin. She had dried blood around her mouth and on her arms and hands. Her clothes were covered in mud, her trousers torn, and her feet were bare. She rang the doorbell rapidly, several times. When 89-year-old dairy farmer Don Sipple answered, she said she needed to be taken to hospital. On seeing the state she was in, the elderly man brought the stranger inside and called 911. The woman claimed she had been attacked, but she couldn’t remember anything - not even her name. The concerned farmer had no idea that the young woman sitting in his home was a persistent liar and, if the jury got it right, a calculated killer. Resources: https://www.turnedupdead.com/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Nov 30, 2021
29 min
The Murders of Sumarti Ningsih and Seneng Mujiasih
In the early hours of November 1, 2014, British resident, Rurik Jutting, called the police three times to report that something had happened in his apartment on the 31st floor. At one point he claimed that special forces were surrounding him and at 3:42 am, he asked for police to come and investigate. As police headed toward the residence, Jutting, a vice president for Bank of America in Hong Kong, called his office. He warned a superior, ‘I am in a lot of trouble, you need to do something about the reputation of the bank.’ Police arrived at the building, which is only a 10-minute walk from Hong Kong’s infamous red-light district. As officers entered the building, there were no special forces operatives in, or out of sight, but police might have noticed a smell. Over the last few days, residents in the highrise had begun to notice a bad odor; like a dead animal in the building. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Oct 31, 2021
26 min
Did The Husband Do It?
Content warning: This episode mentions suicide and the death of an unborn baby. At around 4:40pm on June 4th 1992, Norman Edward Gilfoyle arrived home from work. He didn't see his wife, Paula Gilfoyle, in their home but he noticed a letter from her in the kitchen. After reading just the first few lines of the two page letter, Eddie stopped reading and took it to his parents’ house. The first two lines read, ‘Dear Eddie. I’ve decided to put an end to everything and in doing so ended a chapter in my life that I can’t face up to any longer. I don’t want to have this baby that I’m carrying. I wish now that I’d got rid of it.' Sources: https://www.turnedupdead.com/eddie-paula-gilfoyle/ If you are feeling depressed and are having suicidal thoughts, please reach out for help. UK: 0800 58 58 58 or text SHOUT to 85258. USA: 1-800-273-8255 Australia: 13 11 14 Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Sep 30, 2021
43 min
Bonus: Christopher Vaughn's Remembered Account
In this bonus episode I look at a letter written by Chris Vaughn; a man convicted and sentenced to four consecutive life terms for the murders of his wife, Kimberly, and children, Abigayle, Cassandra, and Blake, and share my opinion on the truthfulness of the account he gave in it. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Sep 5, 2021
14 min
Lynne Trenholm
Around 9:45pm on Sunday June 9 1991, a cleaner entered an upstairs room of Pinky's massage parlor in Boughton, Chester. Inside, laying in a pool of blood, was the semi-naked body of a woman in her late 20s. She had been stabbed multiple times on the upper half of her body. Pinky’s, like many similar massage parlor businesses in towns and cities across the UK, was a brothel. https://prostitutescollective.net/petition/ Episode sources: https://www.turnedupdead.com/episode-8-lynne-trenholm/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Aug 29, 2021
36 min
Ronald Platt
On July 28, 1996, John Copik, a fisherman of 30 years, and his son Craig, were 6 miles off the coast of Teignmouth, a picturesque town in the south-west English county of Devon. After two disappointing hauls, the father and son had taken their trawler further out to an area that wasn’t often fished known as the roughs. The move paid off and around 3:30pm, the men started to pull in their heaviest load of the day, however, any positive feelings the men had sunk when amongst the fish, the fully dressed body of a middle aged man slid out of their nets and onto the deck. Episode sources: https://www.turnedupdead.com/ronald-platt/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Jul 29, 2021
51 min
Anthony, Daniel, Gabriel & Jack
On the cool cloudy morning of Saturday 20th September 2014, Barbara Denham was taking her border collie, Max, on his daily walk in Barking, East London. They walked through a gate and into the grounds of St Margaret's Church, as they would usually do but it was then that Barbara noticed a slim young man sitting, sort of propped up, against the churchyard wall. As she got closer, she could barely believe it; the young man was dead. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
Jun 24, 2021
54 min
The Assassination of Thomas Gilbert Sr
In the afternoon of Sunday January 4th 2015, a woman dialled 911 from her Midtown Manhattan apartment. She calmly gave the address, the cross streets, the apartment number and floor, and then when asked what the emergency was she replied, quote, 'My husband is, I think dead,' end quote. Episode sources: https://turnedupdead.com/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/turnedupdead/donations
May 28, 2021
1 hr 2 min
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