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Wed 10 Jul 2024 10:00:00
Talking Dateline: The Ranch : Josh Mankiewicz and Keith Morrison discuss Keith’s episode, “The Ranch,” about the harrowing 2007 kidnapping of Eduardo Valseca in the small city in Mexico where he lived with his wife, Jayne, and their three young children. As Jayne worked to meet the ransom demands for her husband, Eduardo endured seven months of deprivation and torture before finally being released. Keith reflects on the strength of the Valseca family and their unbreakable bond in the face of tragedy. He also shares an extra clip from his interview with Jayne Valseca in which she speaks about how she met Eduardo, the man who would become the love of her life. Keith and Josh answer viewer and listener questions from social media. Listen to the full episode of "The Ranch" here: https://link.chtbl.com/dl_theranch

Dateline NBC


Talking Dateline: The Ranch

Dateline NBC Episode Details

Talking Dateline: The Ranch : Josh Mankiewicz and Keith Morrison discuss Keith’s episode, “The Ranch,” about the harrowing 2007 kidnapping of Eduardo Valseca in the small city in Mexico where he lived with his wife, Jayne, and their three young children. As Jayne worked to meet the ransom demands for her husband, Eduardo endured seven months of deprivation and torture before finally being released. Keith reflects on the strength of the Valseca family and their unbreakable bond in the face of tragedy. He also shares an extra clip from his interview with Jayne Valseca in which she speaks about how she met Eduardo, the man who would become the love of her life. Keith and Josh answer viewer and listener questions from social media. Listen to the full episode of "The Ranch" here: https://link.chtbl.com/dl_theranch

Sat 13 Jul 2024 07:33:16
339: Case 292: Monster of the Andes : *** Content warnings: Child abuse, child victims, sexual assault *** In the late 1970s, young girls along the Andes mountain range in Ecuador began to disappear. By 1980, the number of missing girls had reached national crisis proportions. Police feared the girls had been abducted by international child traffickers and sold into domestic and sexual slavery. That was until a vigilant market vendor spotted something out of the ordinary.  ---  Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Holly Boyd Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn  Sign up for Casefile Premium:  Apple Premium Spotify Premium Patreon  For all credits and sources, please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-292-monster-of-the-andes

Casefile True Crime


339: Case 292: Monster of the Andes

Casefile True Crime Episode Details

339: Case 292: Monster of the Andes : *** Content warnings: Child abuse, child victims, sexual assault *** In the late 1970s, young girls along the Andes mountain range in Ecuador began to disappear. By 1980, the number of missing girls had reached national crisis proportions. Police feared the girls had been abducted by international child traffickers and sold into domestic and sexual slavery. That was until a vigilant market vendor spotted something out of the ordinary. --- Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Holly Boyd Creative direction – Milly Raso Production and music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn Sign up for Casefile Premium: Apple Premium Spotify Premium Patreon For all credits and sources, please visit casefilepodcast.com/case-292-monster-of-the-andes

Thu 11 Jul 2024 07:01:00
Episode 581: The Murder of Patricia Lonergan : On the morning of October 25, 1943, the body of twenty-two-year-old Lion Brewery heiress, Patricia Lonergan, was discovered in a locked room in the New York apartment she shared with her infant son. Patrica was nude and had been bludgeoned with a candelabra. Suspicion quickly fell on her estranged husband, Wayne Lonergan, who had fled the country to Canada, where he was serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force.Wayne Lonergan was apprehended a few days later and returned to New York, where he was charged with the murder and two days later confessed to killing Patricia in a jealous rage. Despite his confession, Lonergan’s case went to trial and quickly became one of the most sensational trials of the decade. While the murder itself was a terrible tragedy, the extensive press coverage and intense public interest was on Wayne’s sexual identity and the supposedly scandalous lives of the two high society figures at the center of the case.Wayne was ultimately found guilty of the murder and served more than two decades in prison, after which he was deported back to Canada, where he resided until his death. Few

Morbid


Episode 581: The Murder of Patricia Lonergan

Morbid Episode Details

Episode 581: The Murder of Patricia Lonergan : On the morning of October 25, 1943, the body of twenty-two-year-old Lion Brewery heiress, Patricia Lonergan, was discovered in a locked room in the New York apartment she shared with her infant son. Patrica was nude and had been bludgeoned with a candelabra. Suspicion quickly fell on her estranged husband, Wayne Lonergan, who had fled the country to Canada, where he was serving in the Royal Canadian Air Force.Wayne Lonergan was apprehended a few days later and returned to New York, where he was charged with the murder and two days later confessed to killing Patricia in a jealous rage. Despite his confession, Lonergan’s case went to trial and quickly became one of the most sensational trials of the decade. While the murder itself was a terrible tragedy, the extensive press coverage and intense public interest was on Wayne’s sexual identity and the supposedly scandalous lives of the two high society figures at the center of the case.Wayne was ultimately found guilty of the murder and served more than two decades in prison, after which he was deported back to Canada, where he resided until his death. Few