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Murder and Such is a true crime podcast out of Dayton, Ohio. Join Hunter and his hosts on episodes 1 through 50 while we discuss all of the odd and horrifying topics of the world, such as serial killers, robberies, traveling corpses, the macabre, and other dark subject matter. Or join Hunter after episode 51 for a much darker and serious take on true crime!
 
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In episode 89 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses something that we've all thought about. Since we all have an interest in true crime, who do YOU think would be the first true crime podcaster to ever kill someone? Luckily, that question is answered, but it did send Hunter down a rabbit hole of someone who was involved with podcasts and went by a v…
 
In episode 88 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a case filled with love, passion, opportunity, and a sense of family. Until one fateful day when the child this couple brings into their house decides to shatter the bond and murder his own parents. This is the case of Cameron Rogers. The Murder and Such merch store is finally open for business! Ge…
 
Mass shootings have become all too familiar to those in the United States. In episode 87 of Murder and Such, Hunter picks apart one man's descent into madness, peppered with anger and rage at the people he thought had one him wrong. What resulted from his tipping point would be the largest mass shooting in American history at the time. This is the …
 
In episode 86 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses not one, but two cases at the hands of a man who had sworn to protect and serve. One case seemed pretty cut and dry that left one victim deceased on the side of the road, but the other one had finally reopened and closed a cold case from over two decades later. This is the numerous cases of Grant H…
 
In episode 85 of Murder and Such, Hunter talks about the future of our country. More specifically; the youth. There's no such thing as a "normal" person. Kids come in all shapes and sizes, but what happens when a 17 year old boy decides that he's going to take himself past the point of return, and carry out his fantasy of killing his own flesh in b…
 
In episode 84 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses the topic of becoming famous. What would you use your platform for the most? Would you try to spread awareness about issues you truly care about or would you rather use your means to make some decent cash on the side? This episode will surround 3 cases of those chasing some fame, but used it in the…
 
In episode 83 of Murder and Such, Hunter is asks the question of "what happens when we die?" Well, not on a spiritual level but what happens with our bodies? Would you rather be buried or cremated? That might be up to us. But what if someone else decided that your bones were free for the taking to be used in dark practices? This is The Holt Cemeter…
 
In episode 82 of Murder and Such, Hunter again dives into the topic of immigration. Specifically an incident that happened to the small border town of Arivaca, Arizona back in 2009, when a lifelong criminal turned militia leader decided to enter the home of a family she suspected of being connected to the cartel. This is the case of The Flores Home…
 
In episode 81 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses the cost of convenience. We all have apps and programs in place that can assist us with the most mundane tasks, but at what cost? Do you know who your delivery driver is? Who's behind the wheel of your Uber or Lyft? What if they're a wanted criminal, but have yet to be caught for their crimes? This…
 
In episode 80 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a serial killer with a very specific taste for blood. A person who targeted citizens of New York, New Jersey, and the east coast with surgical precision killings after leading their victims away from the night life, and left the authorities with no answers for nearly a decade. This is the case of T…
 
In episode 79 of Murder and Such, Hunter covers a revenge plot that was two years in the making at the hands of a deranged man. A clingy sort of person who felt like he had been done wrong, but his actions that he took over something pretty miniscule had left 3 victims in his wake. This is the case of Adrian Loya. The Murder and Such merch store is…
 
In episode 78 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses what normally would seem like a very open and shut case, but after the smoke had cleared and the ashes had settled, what had normally been seen as a man down on his luck and at the end of his rope turned into an investigation that would lead forensic experts down a path with someone they were alrea…
 
In episode 77, Hunter discusses the topic of jealousy. A feeling that we all know too well. But what happens when someone else has something that you want? Do you work harder to achieve this item? What if this "something" is a person? In this episode we'll dive into two cases of scorned lovers who took things to the extreme. This is Deadly Jealousy…
 
In episode 76 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses the subject of love. More specifically, a love that's not only forbidden, but also illegal. These are two cases of families who crossed a line from relatives to lovers, and the results left bodies in their wake. This is All in the Family. The Murder and Such merch store is finally open for business…
 
In episode 75 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a case involving a man who was sworn to protect and serve those in his community. This case took the nation by storm back in the summer of 2014 and into the winter of 2015. Was this man a predator looking for the most vulnerable of victims or did he just fit the narrative to be a fall guy? This is …
 
In episode 74 of Murder and Such, Hunter brings you part 2 of his 2 part series about the serial Killer Edward Wayne Edwards. Was he this criminal mastermind that could have been responsible for some of the most prolific murders in all of American history? In this episode, we will let the killer speak for himself. If you would like to get Murder an…
 
In episode 73 of Murder and Such, Hunter kicks off part 1 of a 2 part series about a man with a troubled childhood filled with ridicule, pain, humiliation, and anger. He attempts to convince people around the country that he is a reformed criminal. Is he really as honest as he says he is, or is he the serial killer that you have never heard of? Thi…
 
In episode 72 of Murder and Such, Hunter will walk you through one of the strangest news interviews and interrogations ever caught on film. Was it all an act or was it a psychological issue? Either way, this case will break down one man's obsession with a woman, and his decision that if he can't have her, then nobody will. This is the case of Steph…
 
In episode 71 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a topic that doesn't get brought up all too often. Usually murders have a motive, a reason, or can be an act of passion or revenge. But what if someone wanted to take the life of another just for the adrenaline rush? These are 3 cases of those looking for a Thrill Kill. If you would like to get Mur…
 
In episode 70 of Murder and Such, Hunter dives into a listener requested case. This one surrounds the disappearance of a 16 year old girl back in 2012. One that started off as a conspiracy, but after a nationwide manhunt with no answers, the truth finally came to the surface. This is the case of JaRay Wilson. Featured podcast for this episode is La…
 
In episode 69 of Murder and Such, Hunter keeps it in the Ohio area, and talks about one woman's fight with addiction, her abusive boyfriend, and her battle that helped shape Ohio law for generations to come. This is the case of Judy Malinowski. If you would like to get Murder and Such early and ad free, please consider donating to the Patreon at: h…
 
In episode 68.5 we will have a discussion about how there have been a lot of judgments in the realm of true crime. The sentencing of a man who committed murders almost 50 years ago, a cold case that's no longer cold, and an update to a horrific case from the last episode. Put in your headphones and join Hunter while he discusses A Week of Justice. …
 
Can you take a step back and realize how far technology has come since the invention of apps. Everyone has them, everyone has apps installed, but what happens when an app like TikTok shines a light onto another app that can either grant your most coveted dreams, or possibly lead you to your darkest desires? In this episode, he discusses 3 cases of …
 
Are you having trouble with your relationship and need some advice? Have you ever been given the advice, but decided not to take it? In episode 67 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses the case of a man who was looking for some help with his marriage, and the advice that he was given took him to one of the darkest places that any person could ever f…
 
In episode 66.5 of Murder and Such, Hunter finishes up his two part series about video games and violence, and discusses a case out of the state of Florida where one man's loss had turned into a violent episode that shook the gaming community to its core. This is the case of the Jacksonville Landing Mass Shooting. Featured Podcast for this episode …
 
In episode 66 Hunter discusses a tale as old as time that has been up for debate for over 35 years. The farce that video games and real world violence go hand-in-hand. Is there a direct comparison, or is it an easy scapegoat? This episode has the history of violent video games, congressional intervention, and 3 true crime stories that beg the quest…
 
What happens when you take a dishonorably discharged marine and fill them with the core beliefs of the White Nationalist Movement? What happens when he and his friends pick up semi-automatic rifles and local law enforcement can't prevent them from becoming a border patrol militia? What happens when you have so much hate in your heart that you make …
 
In episode 64 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a case that happened 6 years ago in the town of Beavercreek, Ohio. An African-American man minding his own business in the corner of Walmart, and another man fabricating a story to police that left two people dead. This is the case of John Crawford III. Black Lives Matter. YouTube clip of the phone…
 
In episode 63 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a case that shook Radford University in Virginia to its core. A story of two best friends and room mates with the entire world ahead of them. But when college life takes a toll on one of them, it can turn two best friends into perpetrator and victim. This is the case of Luisa Cutting. If you would …
 
After a lengthy break, Hunter is back with a new episode of Murder in Such. In episode 62, he discusses two different events where one will leave you sad and angry, and one... might make you question your opinions on whether or not someone deserves to die. This is the case of Jonathan Watson. If you would like to get Murder and Such early and ad fr…
 
In episode 61 of Murder and Such, Hunter asks how far would you go to protect the one you love? This case stems around the mysterious disappearance of a 5 year old girl in North Canton, Ohio, and the lengths that her father went to try and save the rest of his family. This is the Murder of Ashley Zhao. If you would like to get Murder and Such early…
 
In episode 60 of Murder and Such, Hunter asks the question of how far will someone go to exact revenge against someone? Is revenge best served cold? Join Hunter in this episode while he discusses a man hell bent on retribution against a race of people, and a justice system that he thought deserved to be punished. This is the case of Walter Moody. I…
 
In Episode 59 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a case out of Wichita, Kansas from 2000 that involves two brothers with very troubled childhoods, but a dark and grizzly upbringing that turns them into monsters. How strong is a bond between brothers? How far would you be willing to go for the love and affection for your sibling? How much thicker …
 
In episode 58 of Murder and Such, Hunter takes a look into the disgusting, toxic subculture known as incels, or "involuntary celibates." One with an online presence that has been radicalized to the point where multiple attacks have been carried out by men who are unable to find a partner, and become hell bent on making society pay for their lonelin…
 
In Episode 57 of Murder and Such, Hunter decides to get festive with a case, and covers one of the most infamous Christmas killers of all time. A man with a conscience soaked in alcohol, a disgraced Master Sergeant from the United States Air Force, and a man known to be forever known as the Christmas Killing Hillbilly from Hell. This is the case of…
 
in Episode 56 of Murder and Such, Hunter discusses a topic that flies under the radar quite often. The subjects of postpartum depression, psychosis, and infanticide is a very taboo topic that doesn't get brought into the limelight very often, and is very seldom discussed. This case surrounds one of the worst cases of infanticide in United States hi…
 
In Episode 55 of Murder and Such, Hunter is joined by the lovely Ms. Erin R. Ryan to discuss the rise and fall of a mining town in Pennsylvania. A town only a quarter of a square mile that started off as a $30,000 investment turned into a booming economic opportunity due to it becoming 75% of the worlds supply of anthracite coal. But this town woul…
 
In Episode 54, Hunter asks the question: "Is anyone truly worthy of redemption?" In part 1 of this series, we dove into the case of a man who had a band, fame, fortune, a wife, kids, and everything that he could have possibly wanted. However, that was overshadowed by his lust, greed, and ended in him attempting to have his wife murdered. How far di…
 
In Episode 53 of Murder and Such, Hunter dives into a case that involves one of his favorite metalcore bands of all time. The band As I Lay Dying formed in the early 2000's with their vocalist at the helm. A man bound and determined for greatness with faith fueling his ambition and dreams. A faith that he held close to his chest that helped him sky…
 
In Episode 52 of Murder and Such, Hunter picks up where he left off discussing the case of Dustin Lee Honken. A meth kingpin in northern Iowa who had just committed a quadruple homicide along with his girlfriend, Angela Johnson. In this episode, Hunter also conducts an interview with the key witness to both of their trials, If you would like to get…
 
This is just a small update regarding the current state of the show! There's no case, but a couple of jokes, a few tidbits of information, and things to come! It's only about 10 minutes, and involves Part 2 of the Dustin Honken case, another case that's in the works, and plans for the show moving forward! Thank you for listening, supporting the sho…
 
in extrasode 2 of Murder and Such, we take a trip back to December 11th of 1990, to the town of Calhoun, Tennessee. A strip of Interstate 75 that had a very checkered past as far as safety measures were concerned. Although fog had always been present in the area, nothing compared to the natural and man made errors that converged on the area, and ca…
 
In part 1 of episode 51, Hunter takes us back to the town of Mason City, Iowa, to visit a case from 1993 that went cold for many years. One that has found itself in the public spotlight once again, as the federal death penalty has been reinstated. This is the story of a meth manufacturer who refused to spend his life behind bars, and would murder a…
 
In episode 50 of Murder and Such, Hunter and Haley ring in the 2nd year anniversary by answering questions submitted by all of our amazing friends and listeners! What is Haley's favorite pickle type? What's the best advice Hunter can give about diabetes? Who is the creepy guy who stabbed himself in the eye with a butter knife? Find out on this epis…
 
For this extra episode of Murder and Such, Hunter flies solo to tell you about a recent case that involves an incel-orbiter named Brandon Andrew Clark. A 21 year oldmonster with an obsession over a 17 year old Instagram micro-influencer by the name of Bianca Michelle Devins. His obsession turned deadly one night in July of 2019 when he stole a beau…
 
In Episode 49 of Murder and Such, Haley decides to venture the seas yet once again, and bring you a recent topic out of the majestic land of Australia! The first part is a discussion about an unknown treasure (if you want to call it that), and the second part dates back to the 1930 that comes with a special little surprise! Get your life jackets, a…
 
In this side story of Murder and Such, we re-uploaded our short story about a man named Vincent Li, who took the life of Timothy McLean one night in 2008 up in Manitoba, Canada. This story was one of the grizzliest events to ever happen to our neighbors in the north that involves murder, dismemberment, and cannibalism. Check out our sponsor for thi…
 
In episode 48 of Murder and Such, Hunter decides to cover one of the biggest cases from 2015. A 21 year old man hell bent on racism, segregation, and starting the next civil and race wars. A man so convoluted in his own thoughts that he picked the oldest African American church in the south as his target, which took the lives of 9 innocent pastors,…
 
In episode 47 of Murder and Such, Haley decides to dive into her love of "and Such" and picked a particularly terrifying tale from the open seas. You've all heard of the Titanic disaster of 1912, but have you ever heard of the ship that was owned by the same company that crashed almost 40 years prior? Most likely not. So grab your vomit bags, secur…
 
In episode 46 of Murder and Such, Hunter asks the question of what separates a good person from a bad one, and dives into the case of a nationwide manhunt that happened in California back in 2013. An ex-military and former LAPD officer who was so enraged with the police brutality of his department that he decides to become one of the most infamous …
 
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