Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
About Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Nancy Grace dives deep into the day’s most shocking crimes and asks the tough questions in her new daily podcast – Crime Stories with Nancy Grace. Nancy Grace had a perfect conviction record during her decade as a prosecutor and used her TV show to find missing people, fugitives on the run and unseen clues. Now, she will use the power of her huge social media following and the immediacy of the internet to deliver daily bombshells! Theme Music: Audio Network
Cult mom Lori Vallow has pled not guilty to charges that she killed two of her children, JJ and Tylee. Now, Vallow says she can prove it. She has an alibi. Lori Vallow says that her 7-year-old and her 16-year-old were killed while they were at her late brother’s apartment. Vallow's trial is set to get underway on April 3, 2023. The judge separated the trials of Lori Vallow and her husband Charles Daybell, as Daybell did not file for a speedy trial. Vallow's alibi notice, filed with the court, says she was in her own Rexburg apartment when Tylee and JJ died at the apartment where her brother, Alex Cox lived. And in late-breaking news, the death penalty has been taken off the table in Vallow's case. Joining Nancy Grace today: David Leroy - Attorney at Law (Boise, ID), Former Idaho Attorney General; Former Idaho Lieutenant Governor, & Former Prosecutor (Ada County); Facebook: BoiseCriminalDefense Caryn Stark - Psychologist; Twitter: @carnpsych Rich Robertson - Arizona-based Private Investigator for Brandon Boudreaux and Larry & Kay Woodcock; Owner of R3 Investigations Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner, and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department; Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide;" Forensic Consultant Nate Eaton - News Director; Twitter: @NateNewsNow, Instagram: @n.eaton See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Visual snow syndrome is a rare neurological condition in which a person sees "static" in their vision. You could compare it to looking at a tv screen that has no picture, just a black and white snow-like image. Only about 2% of the population has the illness. Is accused murderer Bryan Kohberger among them? Kohberger reportedly wrote about the condition in a series of posts during his teenage years. Doctors say depresssion, anxiety and poor sleep are common side effects. Nancy Grace talks with Dr. Chloe Carmichael, a clinical psychologist, and author of ‘Nervous Energy: Harness The Power of Your Anxiety” about the disorder. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It has taken eight years but teen Stephen Smith's death will finally be investigated as a homicide. The Smith family has never believed that the 19-year-old's death was a hit and run as determined by a previous investigation. In just a week, the South Carolina mom raised more money through a GoFundMe account than what is needed to pay for the exhumation of Smith's body. Now, all that's needed is court approval. South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Chief Mark Keel notified Smith's attorneys that the agency now officially considers Smith's death a murder. Smith's body was found miles away from his car and lying in the middle of the road. At first, responders thought he had been shot in the head, but the death was designated as a hit-and-run. Joining Nancy Grace today: Eric Bland - Attorney for Sandy Smith & Gloria Satterfield’s sons- Founder/Partner Bland, Richer, LLP Attorneys at Law; Twitter: @TheEricBland; Co-host of ‘Cup of Justice’ podcast. Ronnie Richter - Attorney for Sandy Smith, Satterfield family, and other victims of Alex Murdaugh; Partner, Bland Richter Law Firm; Twitter: @BlandRichterSC Caryn Stark - Psychologist; Twitter: @carnpsych Chris McDonough - Director At the Cold Case Foundation, Former Homicide Detective, & Host of YouTube channel, ‘The Interview Room’ Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner, & Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department; Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide;" Forensic Consultant Blair Sabol - Investigative Reporter for Live 5 News in Charleston, SC, Twitter: @BlairSabolTV See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
More than eight years after the death of South Carolina teen Stephen Smith, a push is on to have his body exhumed to determine his cause of death. A driver called 911 to report finding Smith's body in the middle of the road. Police say the 19-year-old had blunt force trauma to his head. At first police believed the injury to be a gunshot wound, but the coroner's office later rules Smith's death a hit-and-run. Smith's car had run out of gas. His family say there's no way Smith would have been walking in the middle of the road. Rumors and gossip about a Murdaugh family connection to this death have swirled for years, however nothing concrete has brought forward. Today Nancy Grace talks with attorney Dale Carson about what could be learned from the investigation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When a realtor dies in the middle of an open house, her friends set out to find a killer. The problem is realtors are also murder targets in real life. Join Nancy Grace and her guests as they take a fun look at the Fox Nation original movie, "Murder For Sale," and a realistic look at the risks of being a realtor. Joining Nancy Grace today: Matt Hamilton- Actor starring in "Murder for Sale" (as Detective Carson); Instagram:@_matt_hammer Shayzon Prince - Southern California Realtor; Instagram: thehautecouturerealtor Wendy Patrick - California Prosecutor, Author: "Why Bad Looks Good." and "Red Flags;" Also: "Today with Dr. Wendy" on KCBQ in San Diego; Twitter: @WendyPatrickPHD Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst (Beverly Hills, CA); New Netflix show: "Bling Empire" (Beverly Hills); Twitter: @DrBethanyLive Robert Crispin - Private Investigator, Former Federal Task Force Officer for United States Department of Justice, DEA and Miami Field Division; Former Homicide and Crimes Against Children Investigator; Facebook: Crispin Special Investigations, Inc. Alexis Tereszcuk - CrimeOnline.com Investigative Reporter, Writer/Fact Checker for Leas Stories; Twitter: @swimmie2009 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Attorneys Ben Crump and Sue-Ann Robinson have sent a letter to President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken calling for the White House to take action in Robinson's death. The attorneys, on behalf of mother Salamandra Robinson, encourage the U.S. to extradite Shanquella's killer to Mexico or the U.S. takes jurisdiction of the case. An FBI investigation is underway. Shanquilla Robinson traveled from North Carolina to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico with friends. It is one of those friends who stand accused in Robinson's death. According to a Mexican police report, a doctor was called to assist Robinson around 2 p.m. The doctor insisted on taking her to the hospital, but her friends refused. According to Robinson's death certificate, she died from a severe spinal cord injury and a broken neck. Doctors call the injury an internal decapitation. A video surfaced after Robinson death showing her being beaten by one of the traveling friends. The documents submitted to the White House named the friend and calls for her to be extradited to face charges. Joining Nancy Grace today: Salamondra Robinson - Victim's Mother, gofundme.com/f/shanquella-robinson-funeral-services Sue-Ann Robinson- Attorney for the Robinson family; Twitter: @notjustalawyer Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst (Beverly Hills, CA); New Netflix Show: 'Bling Empire' (Beverly Hills); Twitter: @DrBethanyLive Irv Brandt - Senior Inspector, US Marshals Service International Investigations Branch, Chief Inspector, and DOJ Office of International Affairs: US Embassy Kingston, Jamaica; Author: “SOLO SHOT: CURSE OF THE BLUE STONE AVAILABLE ON AMAZON; ALSO "FLYING SOLO: Top of the World;" Twitter: @JackSoloAuthor Dr. Kendall Crowns - Chief Medical Examiner for Tarrant County (Ft. Worth), Lecturer for University of Texas Austin and Texas Christian University Medical School Brandon Hamilton- Anchor/reporter for WBTV Charlotte; Twitter: BHAMonTV See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On March 15th in 44 B.C. Julius Caesar, the Roman dictator, was assassinated by a group of senators who stabbed him 23 times during a Senate meeting. The senators claimed Caesar's concentration of power threatened the Roman Republic. However, their efforts to restore the Republic failed, and the aftermath led to a civil war and the rise of the Roman Empire. His death also led to the earliest recorded autopsy in history. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and special guest co-host Dave Mack discuss the purpose of autopsies, Caesar's life, and leadership, the details of how he was attacked, the injuries sustained, and how this event shaped the course of history. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:12 - Background and overview 2:35 - What’s the purpose of an autopsy? 4:05 - Caesar’s life and work as a leader 7:15 - The day of Caesar’s assassination 9:15 - How the attack happened 10:50 - Caesar’s autopsy 13:20 - After someone is stabbed multiple times does blood keep flowing or will it eventually stop after a few hours? 17:10 - Could the doctor have attributed Caesar’s death to blood loss? 20:10 - What was the assassination plan for Caesar? Were there other injuries and what was Caesar's condition afterward? 22:10 - Where was the autopsy done? 23:40 - The start of 3D modeling 25:30 - How this event shaped history 27:05 - Outro See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As Byan Kohberger waits for his June trial day, he can amuse himself by watching coverage of his case. Inside his single cell, Kohberger is segregated from the other inmates, but has personal access to a television and basic cable. Nancy Grace and attorney Dale Carson discuss this privileged treatment of the accused killer. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The other mysterious deaths connected to the Alex Murdaugh family are now back in the news. As convicted killer Murdaugh, await his prison designation, we learn that Stephen Smith's mother has raised enough money to pay for her son's body to be exhumed. In 2015 Stephen Smith was found dead in the middle of the road in Hampton County. The openly gay 19-year-old had blunt force trauma to the head and his death was officially ruled as a hit-and-run. Smith’s family has never believed the teen's death was accidental. They say the actions credited to Smith were outside his normal behavior and the Murdaugh name popping up in the investigation set rumors flying. Smith’s mother Sandy Smith launched a GoFundMe to raise money for an exhumation and independent autopsy. She has raised more than her goal. An investigation is also still underway into the mysterious death of the Murdaugh’s longtime housekeeper, Gloria Satterfield. Joining Nancy Grace today: Eric Bland - Attorney for Gloria Satterfield’s sons and Founder/Partner: Bland Richer, LLP Attorneys at Law; Twitter: @TheEricBland Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst (Beverly Hills, CA); New Netflix show: 'Bling Empire' (Beverly Hills); Twitter: @DrBethanyLive Robert Crispin - Private Investigator, Former Federal Task Force Officer for United States Department of Justice, DEA and Miami Field Division; Former Homicide and Crimes Against Children Investigator; "Crispin Special Investigations;" Facebook: Crispin Special Investigations, Inc. Dr. Kendall Crowns - Chief Medical Examiner for Tarrant County (Ft. Worth), Lecturer for University of Texas Austin and Texas Christian University Medical School Alexis Tereszcuk - CrimeOnline.com Investigative Reporter, Writer/Fact Checker for Lead Stories; Twitter: @swimmie2009 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jennifer Hawkins was a cheerleading coach at Moore Public Schools for several years, but now it's alleged that the 45-year-old had sex with a male student. The former student, now over 18, says they had sex more than 300 times at Hawkins' home. Hawkins met the boy through her daughter, who briefly dated the victim. Hawkins is now charged with sexual battery and second-degree rape. Joining Nancy Grace today: Fran Longwell- Former Deputy, State’s Attorney (Calvert County, MD); Former Assistant State’s Attorney (Prince George’s County, MD, specializing in child abuse, sex offenses and homicides Scott Johnson - Forensic Psychologist (Minnesota), specializing in addressing sexual predators, Adjunct Professor: Florida Gulf Coast University, Dan Scott- Former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Sergeant, 26 years with Special Victims Bureau Specializing in Child Abuse Anna Sonoda - Child Grooming Expert, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Author: “Duck Duck Groom: Understanding How a Child Becomes a Target” Tom Ferguson- Reporter for Fox 25 KOKH in Oklahoma; Twitter @TsLFerguson See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Texas man is believed to have traveled to Washington, where he allegedly stalked a woman before killing her and her husband in a double-murder suicide. Ramin Khodakaramrezaei, 38, reportedly broke into Zohreh and Mohammed Sadeghi’s home in Redmond and shot the couple. Zohreh’s mother escaped the home and called 911 after the suspect allegedly broke into the residence through a window. Cops who responded to the home reportedly found the Sadeghis fatally shot and Khodakaramrezaei dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Redmond police said Zohreh, 33, a podcaster, had filed a no-contact order against Khodakaramrezaei. Zohreh had been friends with Khodakaramrezaei, a listener, but she distanced herself after he bombarded her with messages. Joining Nancy Grace today: Matthew Mangino - Attorney, Former District Attorney (Lawrence County, PA); Author: "The Executioner's Toll: The Crimes, Arrests, Trials, Appeals, Last Meals, Final Words and Executions of 46 Persons in the United States", Twitter: @MatthewTMangino Caryn Stark - Psychologist- Trauma and Crime Expert; Twitter: @carnpsych Paul Szych - Former Police Commander (Albuquerque, NM), APD Domestic Violence and Stalking Unit; Author: "Stop Him From KillingThem;" Twitter: @WorkplaceThreat Dr. Jeffrey Jentzen - Professor of Forensic Pathology and Director of Autopsy and Forensic Services at the University of Michigan Medical School; Former Medical Examiner in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Lee Neubecker - CISSP- President of Enigma Forensics, Inc., Isabel Vincent - Investigative Reporter for the New York Post; Twitter: @isareport; Author: “Overture of Hope: Two Sisters' Daring Plan That Saved Opera's Jewish Stars from the Third Reich” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Alex Murdaugh now sits in a jail cell, after being convicted of killing his wife Maggie and son Paul, but what does that actually look like? Murdaugh's attorneys have filed an appeal of his conviction. In the meantime, the "shoulda, coulda, woulda" theories are floating around about what would have been the outcome if Alex Murdaugh had not taken the stand. Nancy Grace discusses this and more with South Carolina Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Peper. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Five friends set out from South Carolina to Mexico. Latavia "Tay" McGee, a mom of 6, wanted a tummy tuck. The surgical procedure to remove abdominal fat was scheduled with a doctor in Matamoros, just across the US/Mexico border. One of the friends stayed behind in a Brownsville, Texas hotel room. The woman didn’t have the proper documentation to cross the border. The four Americans traveled to Matamoros from Brownsville in a rented white minivan. Shortly after they crossed the border, the minivan was fired at. Reportedly, rival drug cartels mistook the friends for Haitian drug smugglers. Two of the friends died in the attack. The other two were held captive for days in a remote region of the Gulf coast. Joining Nancy Grace today: Neama Rahmani- Former Federal Prosecutor, Legal Commentator, and President of West Coast Trial Lawyers; Author: “Harvard to Hashtag;" INSTAGRAM: @Neamarahmani, Twitter: @NeamaRahmani Dr. Angela Arnold - Psychiatrist, Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women; Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University; Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital Sheryl McCollum - Forensic Expert, Founder: Cold Case Investigative Research Institute in Atlanta, GA.; Twitter: @ColdCaseTips and Host: "Zone 7" Dr. Stephenie Poris- Plastic surgeon in Orlando, FL (only female-owned and operated plastic surgery practice in Orlando); INSTAGRAM: @Stiletto_surgeon FACEBOOK: @porisplasticsurgery Dr. Jan Gorniak- Medical Examiner, Clark County Office of the Coroner/Medical Examiner (Las Vegas, NV); Board Certified Forensic Pathologist Nicole Partin - CrimeOnline.com Investigative Reporter; Twitter: @nicolepartin (Naples, FL) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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