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The story of the murder of Kate McDonnell, an Irish-American girl, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1884, and her inexplicable deathbed effort to hide the identity of her killer.

Also:

Police Blotter & Court News,                                  Cleveland, Ohio, January 5, 1864.

Note: This is our most unusual Police Blotter segment,  featuring an all-star cast of podcasters.

 

HISTORICAL REFERENCES.

 

What Katie Wouldn't Tell:

Newspapers -

The Pittsburgh Dispatch, February 28, 1884.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 29, 1884.

 

Police Blotter & Court News:

Newspapers -

The Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 5, 1864.

 

GUEST VOICES.

 

What Katie Wouldn’t Tell:

 

Reporter, Pittsburgh DispatchSinead, the host of the Mens Rea podcast.

Police Blotter & Court News:

Reporter, Cleveland Plain Dealer – Nina Innsted, the host of the Already Gone podcast.

Municipal JudgeRobin Warder, host of The Trail Went Cold podcast.

Prosecutor Sam Kulper, host and producer of the Breakers podcast.

Defendant’s AttorneyPete Lutz of the Pulp Pourri podcast, the Jake Dimes podcast, the Range Detective podcast; and the Save the Last Word for Me podcast.

Mr. Jones (Witness) – Barney Black, co-host of the Bloody Murder podcast.

Mr. Smasher (Witness) - Steve Blizten, host of the Drift & Ramble podcast.

Mr. Swipes (Defendant) – Austin Beach, host & producer of the Audioblivious Productions podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Larry Oliver – free-lance voice artist & commercial narrator; Twitter: @olivervoiceover

Miscellaneous:

Outro Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren, co-host of the Forgotten News Podcast.

Host IntroNina Innsted, the host of the Already Gone podcast.

Outro Aphorism - Source: Collins, Susan, Mockingjay (Hunger Games series, book #3) (2010), at Page 23.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

At Rest

I Knew A Guy

Freesound.org

Ukelele strums

 

SOUND EFECTS.

Freesound.org:

Applause

Clapping

Typewriter with Bell

Gavel_-_3_Strikes_with_room_reverb 

gavel-double

Flaw-and-Disorder

Wind Chimes

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A story about an incident in the life of Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia of New York City in 1935, and how it directly pertains to the people of the U.S., right now, in 2018.

 

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

Manning, Brennan, The Ragamuffin Gospel (2008).

Cerf, Bennett, Try and Stop Me (1944), p. 268-269.

McCullough, Donald, Say Please, Say Thank You: The Respect We Owe One Another (1999), p. 159-160.

 

GUEST VOICES:

Narrator (Featured Story) - Scott Ennis of Stories of Yore Podcast.

Host Intro – Nina Innsted , the host of the Already Gone podcast.

Outro Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of Forgotten News Podcast and Whispered True Stories Podcast.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

At Rest

I Knew A Guy

The Curtain Rises

Public Domain

The Land Is Your Land (ukulele instrumental) - Capotastomusic.

 

SOUND EFFECTS:

Freesound.org:

Applause

 

OUTRO APHORISM:

Mencken, H.L., Notes on Democracy (1926) (slight paraphrase of original sentence). Often mis-attributed to the late Gov. Alfred E. ("Al") Smith of New York.

 

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In 1880, in Gallatin, Tennessee, a farmer named David Lang, apparently vanished from the face of the earth, in front of his wife, children and friends.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES

 

The Vanishing of David Lang:

Palmer, Stuart, Fate Magazine, July 1953, How Lost Was My Father?, pp. 75-85 (1931 interview of Sarah Lang, and related article & documents, as presented by Mr. Palmer, the author).

Bierce, Ambrose, The Difficulty of Crossing a Field (short story, fiction), contained within published collection, Can Such Things Be? (1893).

Edwards, Frank, Stranger Than Science (1959).

Wilkins, Harold, Strange Mysteries of Time and Space (1958).

Wallechinsky, David & Irving Wallace, The People’s Almanac (1975), p. 1370.

Turashoff, Michael D., Can People Disappear into Thin Air? Ask David Lang If You Can Find Him! MDT Creative, (October 6, 2017).

Painter, Sally, The Disappearance of David Lang: Mystery or Hoax? Top Secret Writers (April 22, 2015).

Kensler, Marian, The Farmer Vanishes, Strange Horizons (May 12, 2008).

Police Blotter & Court News:

Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 3, 1858.

GUEST VOICES:

Narrator of Featured StoryDennis Serra of @DennisSerra, podcast listener and free lance voice artist (formerly host of The Evil Podcast).

Sarah LangJosie Necrofuhra, free-lance voice over artist.

Narrator, Police Blotter & Court News - Jaren Schoustra of WOC Radio and Queens of the Damned Podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Paul Miscavage of Minefire Podcast

Municipal Judge (adjournment voice) - Zane Sexton of Shadowy Slicker podcast.

This is How I Died:

Abducted Girl - Teen Queen of Halloween of Anonymous By Request.

Host Intro – Nina Innsted , the host of the Already Gone podcast.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

At Rest

The Curtain Rises

Freesound.org:

Digital Tension

Dramatic_Organ_B

haunted_place_0U_52m

Piano Cord

strings

Suspense Motif

Public Domain:

Symphony in D Minor (César Franck, 1899).

SOUND EFECTS

Freesound.org:

Applause

Clapping

steps in high_heels

scary female ghost

piano chord

moan

howling

Graveyard At Night, Howling Wind

ghost moan

Flaw & Disorder

Fairy Dust

Evil Laughing Woman

Evil Laugh Male

Dog Howl

Door Footsteps

Awkward Tag

Gavel_-_3_Strikes_with_room_reverb

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Kit Caren has something important to tell you.

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STRANGE — BUT FORGOTTEN:

MINI-EPISODE # 5.

In July 1967, thousands of newspapers, across the United States, published the news that a can of foot powder had been elected as mayor of a town in Ecuador.  But, the story was completely untrue.  How were they all duped?

 

HISTORICAL REFERENCES

Foot Powder Wins Election, Hands Down, Reuters (news service), July 17, 1967. 

Foot Powder Produces Headaches in Ecuador, New York Times, July 18, 1967.

Correction, United Press International, July 20, 1967.

The Foot Powder That Ran For Mayor (And Won), Mental Floss, September 2, 2012.

The 10 Most Bizarre Politicians Ever Elected To Office, Buzzfeed, June 23, 2014.

Foot Powder Wins In A Landslide, And Other Unsavory Election Trivia, National Public Radio (NPR), November 1, 2014.

Tea Party, Sarah Palin, and Third Party Facts, Chicago Tribune, October 3, 2010.

The 8 Most Successful Candidates Who Weren’t Human, Cracked, February 14, 2011.

Was a Mayoral Election Won by a Foot Powder?  Snopes, February 2, 2006; updated February 26, 2018.

 

GUEST VOICES

Guest Co-Host - Allyson Koplin of Dumb & Busted Podcast. 

Reuters reporter - Scott Ennis  of Stories of Yore Podcast.

UPI reporter - Isabella of Bella Parsons Illustration and @_bellaland_

Intro NarratorErin Fleming of Redrum Blonde podcast.

Outro Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of Forgotten News Podcast and Whispered True Stories Podcast.

 

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

Americana

I Knew A Guy

Piano Cue One

Sweeter Vermouth

 

Passing Through

Jozi Bentley, host of the the Moo Point: A Friends Podcast and the My Dream Podcast.

 

SOUND EFFECTS

Freesound.org:

Typewriter with Bell

applauses_theatre_woo_woohoo_hooligan

 

OUTRO APHORISM:

Source: 

Prof. Prof. Walter Kotschnig, quoted in The Smith Alumnae Quarterly (February1940), Volumes 31, Number 2, Chapel and Assembly Notes, Start Page 151, Quote Page 153, Published by the Alumnae Association of Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. See also, Quote Investigator, April 13, 2014.

 

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The very weird story of the marriage of a 10 year old girl with a 21 year old man, in January 1940, in Athens County, Ohio - including the decades of aftermath. This was an event which made headlines across the U.S., at the time. 

The second part of episode will feature the latest installment of our popular segment Police Blotter and Court News, with short tales of small time crime from 1868.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES: 

Child Bride:

Three Get Ohio Terms in Child Marriage, Cleveland Plain Dealer, (Cleveland, Ohio), January 7, 1940.

Child, Spouse: Jailed, Associated Press (news report),January 7, 1940.

Bride Goes To County Home, The Lima News (Lima, Oh.), January 8, 1940.

Child, Spouse Pledge Eternal Love, The Arizona Republic(Phoenix, Az.), January 8, 1940.

Child Bride, 10, Has Long Wait, The Portsmouth Times (Portsmouth, Oh.), January 8, 1940.

Rev. Charles William Schall Sr., Find A Grave - memorial page (featuring photos of grave of Charles and Mary Alice, and miscellaneous family details).

Mary Alice Schall (nee: Limberg/Hudnell), Fide A Grave - memorial page (photo of adult Mary Alice, gravestone and miscellaneous family details).

Child Bride (motion picture), Stern Fisher Studios, 1938. Full movie is available on YouTube.

Wherever You May Be (episode), X Minus One (radio program), June 26, 1956. Full audio of the episode is available on YouTube.  The script is also online.

Police Blotter and Court News:

Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 3, 1868.

Cleveland Plain Dealer, September 7, 1861.

 

GUEST VOICES:

Guest Co-Host - Allyson Koplin of the Dumb & Busted podcast.

Reporter / Narrator (news article) - Dr. Neil Davis, listener.

Mary Alice Schall / LimbergCynthia Woods, listener.

Mrs. Lydia Hudnall - Amy Cappella Leitch, listener and Friend of the podcast; also, co-administrator of Podcasts We Listen To facebook group.

Narrator, Police Blotter & Court News - Jeff Richardson of Everything Is Awesome Podcast and the Shattered Worlds RPG Podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Valerie Whitaker, listener.

Municipal Judge (adjournment) - Austin Beach of Audioblivious Productions.

Outro Aphorism (voice) –Josie Necrofuhra, free-lance voice over artist.

Host Intro – Nina Innsted , the host of the Already Gone podcast.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

At Rest

I Knew A Guy

The Curtain Rises

Freesound.org:

Sad_ending_piano

SOUND EFFECTS:

Freesound.org:

 

Applause

Clapping

Flaw & Disorder

Gavel_-_3_Strikes_with_room_reverb

OUTRO APHORISM:

Source:  Chesterton, G.K., A Short History of England (1917), Chapter III, shortened quote, from original sentence: "It is a paradox that the past is always present: Yet, it is not what was ..." 

 

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This episode tells the story of Mary Chamberlain. a young teacher in Beverly, Kansas, in 1911, who was dragged from a buggy on an isolated road in the woods, stripped naked, and covered with hot tar by a gang of five men, while several others stood nearby, to “watch the fun”.  The episode also tells the aftermath of the incident, including the arrest and trial of the assailants.

The second part of episode will feature the latest installment of our popular segment Police Blotter and Court News, with short tales of small time crime from 1885.  

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

The Case of the Tortured School Teacher:

Associated Press wire reports -

(as reported in New York Times & Cleveland Plain Dealer)

August 31, 1911.

September 10, 1911.

November 18, 1911.

November 19, 1911.

November 20, 1911.

November 21, 1911.

November 22, 1911.

November 24, 1911.

The Morning Oregonian:

November 16, 1911.

Beverly Tribune:

October 10, 1912.

Prosser, William & Keeton, W. Page, The Law of Torts (1984), pp. 308 & 376.

LaMance, Ken, Esq., Is There A Duty To Rescue? (2018).

 

Police Blotter & Court News:

Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 09, 1885.

 

GUEST VOICES:

Mary Chamberlain – Josie Necrofuhra, free-lance voice over artist.

AP Reporter - Adam Schultz of Water Cooler Talk Podcast.

AP Reporter - Cory Schwendiman of Domesticated Podcast: Marriage Meets Comedy.

AP Reporter –Phillip Primeau of Semi-Intellectual Musings Podcast.

AP Reporter - Jeremy Collins of Podcasts We Listen To: Facebook group and Podcast.

The Morning Oregonian Reporter - Jeff Richardson of Everything Is Awesome Podcast and the Shattered Worlds RPG podcast. 

Reporter, Beverly Tribune - Jaren Schoustra of WOC Radio and Queens of the Damned Podcast.

Prosecutor – Sam Kulper of Breakers Podcast.

Defendants Attorney - Christopher Green of GravityBeard Podcast.

Jury Foreman – Brian Held of The Week in Geek Radio Show.

Narrator, Police Blotter & Court News - Karen Wickiam of Stat! Podcast: Shocking Traumas and Treatments.

Police Officer Elelman - Eoghan Maguire - free-lance voice over artist, Buddah0047 (twitter) and (mixer). 

Ada Thornton & Outro Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of the Forgotten News Podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Paul Miscavage of Minefire Podcast

Municipal Judge (adjournment) – Andy Wang from the Inspired Money Podcast.

Host Intro – Nina Innsted , the host of the Already Gone podcast.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

At Rest

Comfortable Mystery 4

The Curtain Rises

I Knew A Guy

Industrial Music Box

Mystery Sting

Freesound.org:

Nostalgia

Guitar Intro

Ghost Piano

Wedding Music

SOUND EFFECTS:

Freesound.org:

Tinkerbell

Fanfare

Applause

Clapping

Flaw & Disorder

Gavel_-_3_Strikes_with_room_reverb

OUTRO APHORISM:

Source:  Chesterton, G.K., quoted in The Words of Power (2012) by George Antwi, p. 23.

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On this first anniversary episode of the Forgotten News Podcast, we tell the story of the last stagecoach robbery in the United States, which took place in Arizona in 1899.  There will also be a Police Blotter and Court News segment (August 28, 1886), and shout-outs for everyone who gave reviews on iTunes over the past 3 months.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

The Last Stagecoach Robbery / The Life of Pearl Hart:

Brown, Wynne L., More than Petticoats: Remarkable Arizona Women (2003).

Love, Frank, Poor From Brothel to Boomtown: Yuma's Naughty Past, Pitiful Pearl Hart: Yuma Prison's Most Famous Inmate. (1981).

The People’s Almanac #2, The Last Stagecoach Robbery (1978).

New York Times. Arizona Robbers Caught, June 6, 1899. p. 1.

Dallas Morning News. Escape of Pearl Hart. October 12, 1899. p. 5.

New York Times. Pearl Hart Acquitted. November 17, 1899. p. 9.

Volbeat, Pearl Hart (song), on album, Outlaw Gentlemen and Shady Ladies.

Tales  of Wells Fargo (tv show), Pearl Hart (episode), May 9, 1960.

Death Valley Days (tv show), The Last Stagecoach Robbery (episode), March 17, 1964.

Police Blotter and Court News:

Cleveland Plain Dealer, August 28, 1886.

GUEST VOICES:

Pearl HartErin Fleming, host of the Redrum Blonde podcast.

Narrator, Police Blotter – Carrie, host of the Sip & Shine podcast.

Police Blotter Title Voice Shawn Vanderloo, host of the Rusted Robot podcast and the Soul Forge podcast.

Municipal JudgeJeff Richardson, co-host of the Everything Is Awesome with Jeff & KC podcast, and the Shattered Worlds RPG podcast.

Host Intro:  Nina Innsted, host of the Already Gone podcast.

Extro Aphorism (voice): Kit Caren, co-host of the Forgotten News Podcast.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by/3.0

At Rest

I Knew A Guy

The Curtain Rises

Freesound.org:

Happy Birthday Music Box (Inspector J).

SOUND EFFECTS:

Freesound.org:

Horse Gallop and Whinny

EXTRO APHORISM:

Source: Chesterton, G.K., Heretics, (1909), “On The Institution of the Family” (chapter) (only partial quote in episode).

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You are going to have to listen to this episode, if you want to find out what connects Jack the Ripper, Shakespeare, Winnie the Pooh - and New York City in 1891.     

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

 

Shakespeare / Jack The Ripper Mystery:

Gardner, Charles W., The Doctor and The Devil (1894).

Willemse, Cornelius, Behind the Green Lights (1931).

Sante, Luc, Low Life (1990).

Begg, Paul, The Forgotten Victims (2014).

Tully, Jim, Prisoner 1167: The Madman Who Was Jack the Ripper.

Sugden, Philip The Complete History of Jack the Ripper.

Graham, Heather, Sacred Evil (2011)

Shakespeare, William, The Merchant of Venice (1596).

New York Times, April 25, 1891.

New York Tribune, October 2, 1888.

Brooklyn Daily Eagle, April 24, 1891.

Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 25, 1891.

Bismarck Daily Tribune – October 11, 1888.

Boston Daily Globe on November 13, 1888.

Police Blotter & Court News:

Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 1, 1888.

GUEST VOICES:

Carrie Brown / ShakespeareEmma, co-host of S’laughter Podcast.

NYC Police Inspector Thomas Byrne - Eoghan MaguireBuddah0047 (twitter) and (mixer).

Charles W. Gardner, Private Eye - – Sam Kulper of the Breakers podcast.

NYC Police Recruit Instructor - Zane Sexton – from Shadowy Slicker podcast.

Police Blotter Narrator - Penny – of Murder She Spoke Podcast.

Police Blotter Title Intro (voice) - Dennis Serra, host of Evil Podcast.

Jack Kilroy (defendant) - Austin Beach of Audioblivious Productions.

Municipal Judge (#1) - Scott Philips of Audioblivious Productions.

Municipal Judge (#2) - Pete Lutz from the Pulp Pourri podcast, the Jake Dimes podcast, the Range Detective podcast; and the Save the Last Word for Me podcast.

Outro Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren, co-host of the Forgotten News Podcast.

Host IntroNina Innsted, the host of the Already Gone podcast.

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.comLicensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by 3.0

At Rest

I Knew A Guy

SOUND EFFECTS:

Freesound.org

Gothic Music

Ghost Piano

Applause

People Talking

Gavel_-_3_Strikes_with_room_reverb

Rimshot

Tinkerbell

Transition_Music

OUTRO APHORISM:

Source (paraphrase) – Chesterton, G.K., The Blue Cross (1910), reprinted in the Innocence of Father Brown, short story collection.

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There were 21 lynchings in the State of Ohio, between 1856 and 1932. This episode tells the stories of the 5 lynchings, for which the least amount of information exists. These lynchings took place in 1877 (two), 1892, 1920 and 1932. There is also be a Police Blotter and Court News column, from March 1, 1869.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

Simeon Garnet a.k.a. Simon Garnett

New York Times, September 4, 1877.

Atlanta Constitution, September 4, 1877.

U.S. Census, 1860, 1870.

Luther Scott

New York Times, November 23, 1877.

Cincinnati Enquirer, November 22, 1877.

Patterson Daily Press, November 21, 1877.

U.S. Census, 1860, 1870.

Millersburg

Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 8, 1892.

Holmes County Farmer, April 4, 1892.

Milton Harris

Cincinnati Enquirer, July 15, 1920.

Ironwood Daily Globe, November 15, 1920.

1920 Annual Report of the NAACP

The Crisis (NAACP Magazine), February 1921.

Luke Marion

Cincinnati Enquirer, June 11, 1932.

1932 Annual Report of the NAACP.

U.S. Census, 1920, 1930

Police Blotter and Court News

Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 1, 1869.

 

GUEST VOICES:

Police Blotter Narrator: Amelia LaBibarr, co-host of Pitney & Amelia’s Bitchen Boutique podcast.

Police Blotter Title Voice: Robin Warder, host of The Trail Went Cold podcast.

Host Intro:  Nina Innsted, host of the Already Gone podcast.

Extro Aphorism (voice): Kit Caren, co-host of the Forgotten News Podcast.

 

MUSIC:

Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

http://creativecommons.org/licenses / by/3.0

At Rest

I Knew A Guy

The Curtain Rises

Comfortable Life

 

SOUND EFFECTS:

Freesound.org:

Piano_Ending_Tune

and_now_a_word_from_our_sponsors

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EXTRO APHORISM:

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