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Ohio Mysteries

May 28, 2020

In 1986, the part-time town marshall of Belle Center took a call from someone who feared for the safety of another town resident. Murray Griffin responded to the call, driving the three blocks from his own home to that of Phyllis Griffin, but by the time the Logan County Sheriff arrived with back up for Griffin, it was...


May 25, 2020

Between 1990 and 1992, three young women who had attended the Washington County Career Center together were murdered . A decade after the death of Ronda Manley, her killer was caught. Two decades after the murder of Patsy Sparks, her killer pleaded guilty. But it's now been three decades since the killing of Terri...


May 21, 2020

Episode Notes:

In this episode we discuss the exciting news about Barbara Blatnik's murder being solved with the help of the Porchlight Project. Then we discuss Porchlight Projects next mystery they are focusing on. Skeletal remains found in a New London...


May 18, 2020

The Ohio State Reformatory is nationally famous for its role in movies like The Shawshank Redemption, Tango and Cash, and Air Force One. But the abandoned prison is also a popular ghosthunting site, where visitors say they can still feel the despair and violence that once dwelled here. A look at the history of the...


May 13, 2020

On July 30, 1973 in East Liverpool, an antique shopper came across a gruesome scene: Three bludgeoned bodies in a used furniture shop. Although witnesses saw a man running from the scene, nobody has been able to catch the man who killed store owner Earl Tweed, customer Linda Morris, or her 4-year-old daughter Angela.