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Ep. 132 Jesse and Barbara Anderson

Crack House Chronicles

Release Date: 10/10/2022

Ep. 145 Larry Porter Chism show art Ep. 145 Larry Porter Chism

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale discuss Larry Porter Chism who is wanted for charges stemming from his escape from the Lonoke County Jail in Arkansas in December of 1978. At the time of his escape, Chism was serving a 40 year state sentence for armed robbery and narcotics violations followed by an additional 30 year federal sentence for kidnapping and hijacking an airplane. During his previous escape, Chism shot and seriously wounded a correctional officer. SUBMIT A TIP 1-877 WANTED2 (926-8332)   Check out our MERCH! Sources:  

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Ep. 144 The Murder of Lieth Von Stein show art Ep. 144 The Murder of Lieth Von Stein

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale discuss the life and death of Lieth Von Stein (sometimes spelled Leith Von Stein) (March 16, 1946 - July 25, 1988) who was an American man whose murder launched a well-known trial in North Carolina. An executive at National Spinning, a textile factory in Washington, North Carolina, Von Stein was stabbed and bludgeoned to death by James Bartlett Upchurch III as the result of a plot masterminded by his stepson Chris Pritchard, with whom Von Stein reputedly had had an antagonistic relationship. Check out our MERCH! Sources:  ...

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Ep. 143 The Murder of Bob Crane show art Ep. 143 The Murder of Bob Crane

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale discuss Bob Crane, (Col. Robert Hogan, Hogans Heros) who was found bludgeoned to death in his Scottsdale, Arizona, apartment while on tour in June 1978 for a dinner theater production of Beginner's Luck. Though Crane's friend John Henry Carpenter was tried and acquitted of the murder, the case remains officially unsolved. Crane's previously uncontroversial public image suffered due to the suspicious nature of his death and revelations about his personal life Check out our MERCH! Sources:  

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Ep. 142 The North Pole Murders show art Ep. 142 The North Pole Murders

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale take a sleigh ride and discuss the North Pole Murders. Between 1979 and 1981, girls and young women disappeared around the town of North Pole, Alaska, only for their remains to show up later. When their cause of deaths matched up, local State Troopers knew they had a serial killer involved.... eventually, they flew out of state to track down the killer. Check out our MERCH! Sources:  

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Ep. 141 The Disappearance of James Martin Roberts show art Ep. 141 The Disappearance of James Martin Roberts

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale discuss James Martin Roberts who was last seen walking away from the Appalcart bus stop at the corner of Rivers Street and Blowing Rock Road in Boone, North Carolina on April 21, 2016, near the Holmes Convocation Center at Appalachian State University. He has never been heard from again.  Check out our MERCH! Sources:  

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Ep. 140 Jamie Kirk Hahn show art Ep. 140 Jamie Kirk Hahn

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale discuss the tragic death of Jamie Hahn. "We lock our doors at night to keep the outside world, to keep evil out, right? ...but what happens when evil has a key?"  - Nation Hahn, husband of Jamie Hahn. Check out our MERCH! Sources:  

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Ep. 139 The Disappearance of Misty Copsey show art Ep. 139 The Disappearance of Misty Copsey

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles Donnie and Dale take the roller coaster of a ride and discuss Misty Copsey. Misty was born Mar. 10, 1978. The daughter of Diana and Buck Copsey. Misty attended Spanaway Lake Junior High at the time of her disappearance. She was 5'9 and around 120 lbs with blond hair and green eyes. Misty went missing after visiting the Puyallup Fair (now called the Washington State Fair) in Puyallup, Washington on Sept. 17, 1992 with her friend, Trina Bevard. Check out our MERCH! Sources:  

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Ep. 138 A Conversation with Pistol Black show art Ep. 138 A Conversation with Pistol Black

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles we are pleased to have on the show Pistol Black. He is the son of Patrice Endres who disappeared from her hair salon in Cumming, Georgia on April 15, 2004, between 11:37 and 11:50AM. Her remains were found 600 days later on December 6, 2005 in Dawson County, Georgia. Pistol gives us some insight on the day she went missing up til today and what he thinks happened to his mom. Check out our MERCH!

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Ep. 137 The Las Cruces Bowling Alley Massacre show art Ep. 137 The Las Cruces Bowling Alley Massacre

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles we discuss the Las Cruces  Bowling Alley Massacre. On February 10, 1990, in the small town of Las Cruces, New Mexico, two gunmen entered the Las Cruces Bowl on East Amador Avenue. The manager Stephanie Senac was getting ready to open up, she was in the office with her daughter, Melissa Repass her friend Amy Houser. Ida Holguin, who worked as the bowling alley cook, was setting up for the day in the kitchen. Steve Teran, the pin mechanic, would arrive a short time later with his daughters, Valerie and Paula, aged 2 and 6. What happened next...

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Ep. 136 Dennis DePue - Jeepers Creepers show art Ep. 136 Dennis DePue - Jeepers Creepers

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles we discuss Dennis DePue, who on Easter Sunday of 1990 killed his ex-wife Marilynn, disposed of her body and then went on the run for almost a year. This story is also loosely featured in the beginning of the horror film Jeepers Creepers. Check out our MERCH! Sponsors: If you use this link or Promo Code CHC, BetterHELP will give you 10% off your first month7 bill. Sources:  

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In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles we discuss Jesse Anderson who on April 21, 1992, in Milwaukee Wisconsin, stabbed his wife Barbara Anderson to death, then staged the scene and fabricated a story that two African-Americans attacked them.
He was arrested four days later, convicted of murder in August, and sentenced to life in September. In November 1994, he was attacked by fellow prisoner Christopher Scarver, who had just fatally bludgeoned infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, and died after two days on life support.

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https://nypost.com/2015/05/04/why-dahmers-killer-murdered-second-racist-inmate/

https://crimesoftheday.wordpress.com/2021/08/05/jesse-anderson/

https://reallifevillains.miraheze.org/wiki/Jesse_Anderson