Full Rigor: Florida True Crimes

In this episode Karen and Jen talk about how difficult it is to get rid of a body, especially the blood at a crime scene. There are numerous ways killers dispose of corpses in South Florida. The episode is not meant to give anyone ideas, it is just to educate on the issue because...death is a human condition.

Full Rigor: Florida True Crimes
00:37:00 5/13/2019

Past Episodes

Gerard Schaefer obtained his victims easily in the early 70's, as he was a Martin County deputy who tied a noose around the necks of his young female victims and hung them from the "Devil Tree."  He also bound and raped them.  If they weren't dead yet, he shot them with a .22 weapon.  While in prison for his crimes, Schaefer's luck ran out when another inmate barged into his cell, slashed his throat, and stabbed him in both eyes. 
00:35:00 9/16/2019
Palm Beach County Sheriff's office received a tip on a 35 year-old cold case of an 8 year old girl who went missing just yards away from her house. A new tip lead to an excavation of the ground around the home. Bones were found, but were they Christy's?
00:15:00 9/9/2019
Gary Ray Bowles, nicknamed the I-95 killer, "suddenly snapped" and murdered six older gay men from Daytona Beach to Maryland over an 8 month period in 1994. His M.O. was to shove items like a towel, dirt, leaves or a sex toy down his victim's throat.
00:38:00 9/2/2019
In this episode Karen and Jen talk about the origins of DNA, the silent witness, at trial. DNA was first used to convict a rapist in Tampa, Florida in 1987. Since then, DNA has been used to convict and exonerate defendants. But ins some cases DNA only confuses the jury as in the OJ trial.
00:37:00 8/26/2019
Karen and Jen explore the hellish case of 10-year-old South Florida twins who were terrorized in foster care. They tied up, confined to a bathtub, beaten, and starved . The case cast a harsh spotlight on the Department of Children and Families, which approved their adoption. Eventually one twin was allegedly beaten and murdered by her adoptive father. The state is seeking the death penalty.
00:36:00 8/19/2019
On this episode Karen and Jen are talking about a 35 year old cold case that might have just been cracked. The the Palm Beach County sheriff's office is digging for the remains of an 8-year old girl in Greenacres, Florida near where she disappeared in1984. Little Christy Luna was last seen buying cat food at a grocery store 400 feet from her house. Unfortunately there were a number of child predators who lived in her midst.
00:35:00 8/12/2019
In this episode Karen and Lexi look into the strange disappearance of a 5-month old Tampa infant from her crib in the middle of the night. Baby Sabrina has never been found and would be 21 today if she is still alive. Also, a special little Florida road rage extra.
00:28:00 7/29/2019
On this episode Karen and cub reporter Lexi Behr talk about the Wellington Killer Clown cold case that just broke open with an arrest. The wife of a widower is charged with shooting his then wife in the face 27 years ago while dressed as a clown.
00:35:00 7/22/2019
In this episode, Karen and Jen relive the terrifying last moments of a 14-year-old babysitter in Delray Beach who was stabbed and raped by an intruder while the children slept in the other room. And they try to figure out why the perpetrator is still alive, sitting on death row after thirty years.
00:37:00 7/15/2019
Julie Weil is a south Florida rape survivor. She was carjacked with her two toddlers in her minivan while picking them up from a church daycare and raped in the Everglades. She was able to put her rapist behind bars and help other victims get their rape kits tested in a timely manner.
00:34:00 7/8/2019

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