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In 1947, in New York, an innocent man was convicted and sent to prison, for a murder he didn't commit.  A newspaper reporter was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for proving him innocent, and winning his release.

Also:

Police Blotter, July 8, 1895 (Guthrie, Oklahoma).

THE HERO: EDWARD MOWERY

Edward Mowery, Reporter, Dies; Won a Pulitzer Prize in 1953, New York Times, December 21, 1970.

Hoffner Walks Out, A Free Man, The People’s Almanac # 2 (1978), pp. 712-13.

Man Awarded $112,291 For Wrongful Imprisonment, The Times-Record (Troy, N.Y.), June 17, 1955, pp. 6.

Brennan, Elizabeth & Clarage, Elizabeth, Who's Who of Pulitzer Prize Winners (book, 1999), p. 393.

Heinz-Dietrich, Fischer. The Pulitzer Prize Archive: A History and Anthology of Award Winning Materials in Journalism, Letters and Arts (1985), p. 420.

Mowery, Edward J., National Cyclopedia of American Biography (1970).

Ellis, Edward Robb, A Diary of the Century: Tales from America's Greatest Diarist (2008), p. 214.

THE OUTLAW:  JENNIE METCALF

Police Blotter & Court News

Associated Press, July 8, 1895.

The Times-Leader, Guthrie, Oklahoma, July 8, 1895.

Little Britches (Jennie Metcalf) Wikipedia page (2013).

Old West Female Outlaws - Stage Coach Robbers and Cattle Rustlers, World History (webpage, May 22, 2017).

Moody, Ralph, Little Britches: Father and I Were Ranchers (children’s book, 1991).

Cattle Annie and Little Britches (1981, fictionalized movie about life of girl outlaws Jennie Metcalf (“Little Britches”) and Anna McDoulet (“Cattle Annie”).

GUEST VOICES

The Hero: Edward Mowery:

Guest Narrator - Brandi Terry - freelance voice artist.

Police Blotter & Court News.

The Outlaw: Jennie Metcalf:

Guest Narrator - Elizabeth Palmer - host of the Underestimated Podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Sirenstar - freelance voice artist.

Order In The Court - John Doe, free lance actor and voice performer.

Judge (Adjournment voice) – Harry Morgan, free lance actor and voice performer.

MISCELLANEOUS

Exit Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of the Whispered True Stories podcast.

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

Exit Aphorism - Source: Chesterton, G.K., The Duty of the Historian (essay, 1910), contained in The G. K. Chesterton Collection (Kindle, 2012). 

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The dark and violent side of the history of Chinatown, in New York City, during the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Also:

Police Blotter & Court News (Florida), November 24, 1899.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES

Troubled Times In Chinatown:

Luc, Sante, Low Life (1991), at pp. 127-29; 144-47; 226-29.

Tom Lee, Mayor of Chinatown (photo, 1913).

Tom Lee, Infamous New York (blog page, 2013).

Seligman, Scott, Tong Wars: The Untold Story of Vice, Money, and Murder in New York's Chinatown (2016).

Willemse, Cornelius, A Cop Remembers (1933), at pp. 309-14.

Gilfoyle, Timothy, A Pickpocket's Tale (2006) (life and times of George Appo and Qimbo Appo).

Beck, Louis, New York's Chinatown: An Historical Presentation of Its People and Places (1898).

Connors, Chuck, Bowery Life (1904) (falsely identifies Connors as “the Mayor of Chinatown").

Funeral Procession of Tom Lee, Mayor of Chinatown (photo, 1918).

Police Blotter and Court News:

The Chipley Banner, Chipley, Florida, November 24, 1899.

GUEST VOICES

Troubled Times In Chinatown:

Guest Narrator - Jessica Yuan, host of Asian Madness Podcast.

Police Blotter and Court News:

Guest Narrator - Erin Fleming, host of Redrum Blonde Podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Maria Micklasavage - free-lance voice actor.

Judge / Call to Order - Edward LeSaint, free lance actor and voice performer.

Judge / Adjournment – Harry Morgan, free lance actor and voice performer.

MISCELLANEOUS

Exit Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of the Whispered True Stories podcast.

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

Exit Aphorism - Source: Chinatown (movie, 1974).

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In 1846, future U.S. president Abraham Lincoln wrote a short story about a very strange and mysterious murder case, that had taken place in Illinois, a few years earlier. The  story was published in a local newspaper.

On this episode, you will hear Lincoln’s dramatic tale of true crime, told in full.

Also: 

Police Blotter and Court News, October 4, 1867.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES

Abraham Lincoln, True Crime Writer:

Lincoln, Abraham, A Remarkable Case of Arrest for Murder (also known as The Trailor Murder Mystery) (1846; reprint 2014, with explanatory preface).

Pierce, J. Kingston, He’s No Ann Rule, But Still …, The Rap Sheet (February 11, 2009).  

Oliver, Mark, Abraham Lincoln Wrote A Murder Mystery, AmReading (blog, September 4, 2016).

Corrigan, Maya, Edgar Allan Poe and Abraham Lincoln, Mystery History (2018).

Batgrl, Bookish Hooha (November 2, 2012).

Dekle, George, Prairie Defender: The Murder Trials of Abraham Lincoln (book, 2017),

Ford, Paul, The Crime That Baffled Lincoln, Sunday Chicago Tribune Magazine (January 28, 1951).

The Trailor Murder Mystery, Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, March 1952.

Police Blotter & Court News:

Cleveland Plain Dealer -

October 4 & 10, 1867; December 11, 1867; January 24, 1868; September 25, 1868; February 22, 1869.

GUEST VOICES:

Abraham Lincoln, True Crime Writer:   

Guest Narrator - Jerry Kokich of New Old Time Radio Dramas.

Police Blotter and Court News:

Guest Narrator - Jessica Malone, free lance radio and voice artist - Facebook - Twitter.

Martha Carroll – Sinead Mc, host of the Mens Rea podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Sara Stapleton, co-host, Life Is Messy Podcast.

Judge / Call to Order - John Doe, free lance actor and voice performer.

Judge / Adjournment voice – Harry Morgan, free lance actor and voice performer.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Exit Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of the Whispered True Stories podcast.

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

Exit Aphorism - Source: Lincoln, Abraham, Letter to Henry Asbury (November 19, 1858).

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The trial of Jane Wenham in 1712, is mostly infamous as "the last witchcraft trial in England". 

But, that's not the only reason why this case should be infamous.

Also:

Police Blotter & Court News - June 1, 1863.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

The Witch Who Wasn't: Jane Wenham - 1712.

Guskin, Phyllis J., The Context of Witchcraft: The Case of Jane Wenham (1712),

Eighteenth-Century Studies Vol. 15, No. 1 (Autumn, 1981), at pp. 48-71 (mistakenly claiming that the Wenham case was the last witchcraft trial in England).

Beadle, Jeremy, The Last Witchcraft Trial in England, The People’s Almanac #2 (1978), at p. 26.  

Davies, Owen, Wenham, Jane, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (2004), online ed., September 2013

Bostridge, Ian, Witchcraft and its Transformations (1997).

Miesel, Sandra, Who Burned the Witches?, Crisis Magazine (October 2001; reprinted June 2012) (debunking exaggerations and untruths regarding persecution of witches). 

Jane Wenham (alleged witch), Wikipedia (2019)

Police Blotter & Court News.

Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 1, 1863.

GUEST VOICES:

The Witch Who Wasn't: Jane Wenham - 1712.

Guest Narrator - Lucy Sadler - free lance voice artist.

Anne Thorne - Bunny - co host of Talk Spooky To Me podcast.

Judge (Wenham case) - Jerry Kokich of New Old Time Radio Dramas

Neighbor / Employer - Kieron Byrne - free lance voice artist.

Police Blotter & Court News. 

Guest Narrator - Glorie Ward - free lance voice artist.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Nina Innstead the host of the Already Gone podcast.

Judge / Call to Order - John Doe, free-lance actor and voice performer.

Judge / Adjournment voice - Cambo Ford - host of True Crime Island podcast.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Exit Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of the Whispered True Stories podcast.

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

Exit Aphorism - Source: Chesterton, G.K., Eugenics and Other Evils (book, 1922), reprinted in The G.K. Chesterton Collection (book, 1987), at Chapter VI - The Unanswered Challenge.

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The title says it all.

Our guest: Emily Prokop of The Story Behind Podcast.

Operation Switcheroo!

Enjoy.

 

 

The story of the woman who gave birth to the Public Defender system, for the U.S., in 1893.

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

Books:

Babcock, Barbara, Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz (2011).

Drachman, Virginia, Sisters In Law: Women Lawyers In Modern American History (1998).

Law Reviews:

Schwartz, Mortimer, Brandt, Susan & Milrod, Patience, Clara Shortridge Foltz: Pioneer in the Law, 27 Hastings Law Review 545 (1976).

Babcock, Barbara, Clara Shortridge Foltz:  Constitution-Maker, 66 Indiana Law Review 849 (1991)

Newspapers:

Mrs. Clara Foltz urges the appointment of a public defender, New York Daily Tribune (Jan. 25, 1897).

A Bill for a Public Defender, New York Times  (Jan. 22, 1897).

How Mrs. Clara Foltz Would Provide Counsel for Those Who Are Too Poor to Employ a Lawyer, Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Jan. 23, 1897).

U.S. Supreme Court – rulings:

Gideon v. Wainwright, 372 U.S. 335 (1963).

Garza v. Idaho, slip opinion, February 27, 2019 (Thomas / Gorsuch dissent, follows ruling).

 

GUEST VOICES:

Clara Shortridge FoltzKristi Oulvey, host of Heartland Homicide podcast.

“Colonel” Thaddeus StonehillRichard Jones, host of True Crime Historian podcast.

California Constitution (womens employment equality quote) – Roseanne Stolz, host of Killafornia Dreaming podcast.

New York Times (editorial quote) – Andy Wang, host of Inspired Money podcast.

San Francisco Chronicle (editorial quote) – Jeremy Collins, host of Podcasts We Listen To – Facebook Group and Podcast.

New York Tribune (editorial quote) – Ken Marsiglia, free lance voice artist.

Judge, San Francisco - Jerry Kokich of New Old Time Radio Dramas

MISCELLANEOUS:

Exit Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of Whispered True Stories.

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

Exit Aphorism - Source: Foltz, Clara S., Wrong and Unnatural, New American Woman (December 1916), at p. 19 (quote reprinted in Clara Shortridge Foltz: Pioneer in the Law, 27 Hastings Law Review 545 (1976).

 

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The tragic story of how, during the years between the late 1870s and early 1940s, the states of the American South used the criminal courts to effectively re-establish slavery for hundreds of thousands of black people, and poor whites -- through forced work on privately-owned plantations, mines and factories -- withstanding the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863, and the prohibition added to the U.S. Constitution in 1864.  

Also:

Police Blotter & Court News - July 27, 1855.

    

HISTORICAL REFERENCES 

Slavery In Disguise: 

The Atlanta Constitution, July 17 & August 13, 1893.

Blackmon, Douglas, Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II (book, 2008).

Slavery by Another Name, PBS documentary (YouTube link) (2012).

Police Blotter & Court News: 

Cleveland Plain Dealer, July 27, 1855. 

GUEST VOICES

Slavery In Disguise:

Guest NarratorJulie Hoverson, host of 19 Nocturne Boulevard podcast.

Police Blotter & Court News: 

Guest NarratorEryn Pluim, co-host of Crime Crazy podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Minna, host of True Crime Finland

Judge / Call to Order - John Doe, free lance actor & voice performer.

Municipal Judge / Adjournment – Cambo Ford, host of True Crime Island podcast.

MISCELLANEOUS:

Exit Aphorism (voice) – Kit Caren of the Whispered True Stories podcast.

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

Exit Aphorism - Source: Culver v. City of Warren, 83 N.E.2d 82 (Ohio, 1948).

MUSIC:

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

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The adventures (mis-adventures?) of two young teen couples, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who ran away from home, to Cleveland, Ohio, in September 1890, to elope. 

 

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

Cleveland Plain Dealer, September 10 & 11, 1890. 

Pittsburgh Dispatch,  September 10 & 11, 1890.           (a harsher view of the events).

Associated Press, news reports, September 10 & 11, 1890.

 

GUEST VOICES:

Guest Narrator - Kathy Obuszewski – free lance voice artist. Instagram  Etsy  Twitter  

Mrs. Caddy - Sinead Mc, the host of the Mens Rea podcast.

Mamie O'Neill - Skitty Kat, free lance audiodrama and voice artist.

 

MISCELLANEOUS:

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

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

Exit Aphorism - Widely attributed to Rashida Rowe (cited on many websites with collections of "love" quotes).  Unfortunately, not currently able to verify the author, or the original source. Any information would be welcomed.

MUSIC:

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

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Kyong Hwa Lee:

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The story of the kidnapping of the lieutenant governor of Idaho in 1929, by a crew of incompetent gangsters.

Also:

Police Blotter & Court News, November 16, 1886.

 

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

The Kidnapping of the Lieutenant Governor

McClary, Daryl C., William B. Kinne, Lieutenant Governor of Idaho, Is kidnapped On June 12, 1929, History Link (2006).

Unintended Consequences of a Noble Experiment, Notes from the Latah County Historical Society (April 7, 2015).

Kinne Kidnapping: Idaho Experience, PBS (video) (2018).

William Baker Kinne Memorial Page, Find-A-Grave.

Police Blotter & Court News

Cleveland Plain Dealer, November 16, 1886.

 

GUEST VOICES:

The Kidnapping of the Lieutenant Governor

Guest Narrator - Jessica Malone, radio and voice artist - Facebook - Twitter.

Edward Fliss – Jeff Richardson of Everything Is Awesome Podcast and the Shattered Worlds RPG Podcast.

Judge JohnsonSam Kulper, host and producer of the Breakers podcast.

Police Blotter & Court News 

Guest NarratorAugie Peterson, host of the Short Stories of Augie Peterson podcast.

Minnie HinkelSkitty Kat, freelance audiodrama and voice artist.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Kim Wellman, freelance voice artist

Judge / Call to Order - John Doe, free lance actor & voice performer.

Judge / Adjournment - Jimmy Murray of the Kid-Friendly Podcast Network.

MISCELLANEOUS:

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

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

Exit Aphorism - Source:  Chesterton, G.K., Illustrated London News, March 14, 1908 (reprinted in The Collected Works of G.K. Chesterton: The Illustrated London News (1987), p. 63.

MUSIC:

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

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The story of an organized group of relentless ladies, who were serial killers, in New York City, 1893.

Also:

Police Blotter & Court News, January 17, 1870.

 

HISTORICAL REFERENCES:

The Midnight Band of Mercy -

Online articles and information: 

Hartwell, Sarah, 1893: The Midnight Band of Mercy vs. The New York SPCA (a very detailed article, with commentary and fascinating verbatim reprints of news stories about the Midnight Band of Mercy. from the time period). 

New York Cat Ladies and the Murderous Midnight Band of Mercy, The Hatching Cat: True and Unusual Animal Tales of Old New York (blog), July 2, 2014.

Nellie Bly and the Midnight Band of Mercy, The Grand Archive (reprint of the entire 1893 news story, by newspaper reporter Nellie Bly, regarding the Midnight Band of Mercy).

Books:

Murphy, Cait, Scoundrels in Law. The Trials of Howe & Hummel (2010), pp. 162, 165-68.

Rovere, Richard, Howe and Hummel: Their True and Scandalous History (1947, second ed., 1985) [original title: The Magnificent Shysters].

Blaine, Michael, The Midnight Band of Mercy (2004) (novel; fictionalized history).

Police Blotter & Court News -

Cleveland Plain Dealer, January 17, 1870.

GUEST VOICES:

The Midnight Band of Mercy:

Guest Narrator - Julie Hoverson, the host of the 19 Nocturne Boulevard podcast.

Abraham Hummel - J.D. Sutter, Media Consultant, Podcast Producer & Voice Artist, at Porchlight Family Media

NYC Police Officer Joseph Connolly - Kieron Byrne, freelance voice artist.

Police Blotter & Court News:

Guest Narrator - Kate Bowers Wallinga, host of the Ignorance Was Bliss podcast.

Police Blotter Intro Title Voice - Erin Fleming, host of the Redrum Blonde podcast.

Judge / Call to Order - John Doe, free lance actor & voice performer.

Municipal Judge (Adjournment voice) – Thomas Zipperer, host of the No Redeeming Qualities podcast.

Miscellaneous:

Outro Aphorism (voice)Kit Caren, co-host of the Forgotten News Podcast and host of the Whispered True Stories podcast.

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

Outro Aphorism - Source: McLellan, Vern, Proverbs for People (1983).

MUSIC:

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

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I Knew A Guy

Lucy O

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