Murder Made Me Famous

Known as the Teflon Don because charges against him would never stick, John Gotti was the invincible crime boss that ruled the streets of New York as head of the notorious Gambino family from 1985 to 2002. Following a four-year prison sentence for murdering a rival gang member, Gotti quickly rose to prominence in the Gambino family by leading his crew of mafia mobsters towards violent hijackings, illegal gambling, and selling drugs on the streets. Gotti was eventually hunted down by the FBI and sentenced to life in prison in 1992, but died of throat cancer ten years later.

Murder Made Me Famous
00:55:00 8/7/2018

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From All-American to convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez' early career success as tight end for the New England Patriots was shockingly overshadowed by his violent life as a killer. Hernandez' temper seemed to get the best of him in situations, and he was charged with the first-degree murder of friend Odin Lloyd and also indicted in connection with two drive-by murders in 2012. Without the possibility of parole on his life sentence, Hernandez ultimately saw no way out from it all and tragically took his own life in prison in 2017.

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00:52:00 9/17/2019

For three weeks in 2002, the streets of D.C. were terrorized as two men, 17 year-old Lee Boyd Malvo and 42 year-old John Muhammad, hunted random civilians in broad daylight with a rifle. The sniper attacks made national news and Americans became fearful that they could be the next victims. After training to be a marksman in the military, Muhammad recruited the help of friend Malvo to shoot 17 people from the trunk of his car. Malvo was given multiple life sentences and Muhammed was executed by lethal injection.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:52:00 9/10/2019

Murder. Rape. Mutilation. August 1990. After 675 suspects and thousands of pieces of evidence, it all came down to one man: Danny Rolling. Three years after five brutal and disturbing murders in Gainesville, Florida, Danny Rolling is called to trial. He is accused of several counts of murder, rape, and burglary. But before Rolling can step foot into his trial he unexpectedly pleads guilty to each charge. His motive for the crimes? To become a "superstar" like Ted Bundy. Rolling was sentenced to death on each count and was later executed by lethal injection. Moments before his execution, he writes a statement in which he takes responsibility for another three murders in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:52:00 9/3/2019

Although a seemingly average husband and father of two, Dennis Rader lived a double life as a serial killer who terrorized the Wichita, Kansas area from the 1970s to the '90s. In letters to police and local news outlets that detailed his murders, Rader would sign them as the BTK Killer. The acronym stood for: "Bind, Torture, Kill". During all ten of his murders, Rader lived a normal working life and was an active member of his church until he was arrested in 2005. He is currently serving 10 consecutive life sentences.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:50:00 8/27/2019

The original "Killer Clown," Gacy is widely thought to be the inspiration for the terrifying and nightmare inducing Stephen King character, Pennywise the Clown. Gacy's death count totals 33 young men and teen boys, most of whom he buried in the crawl space under his home. An active member of his community, Gacy often dressed up as a clown to perform for charitable events and parties. He'd lure his victims to his house with the promise of giving them alcohol. After they were drunk, he would handcuff them then viciously torture and sodomize them before ultimately strangling them to death. In May of 1994, he was executed by lethal injection. 

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

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00:52:00 8/20/2019

Responsible for killing and dismembering 17 young men between 1978 and 1991, Jeffrey Dahmer is arguably one of the most gruesome serial killers the world has ever seen. Mostly targeting African-American men at gay bars, Dahmer would lure his victims to his home and drug them before strangling them to death. He would then engage in sexual acts with their corpses and often keep their genitals or skills as souvenirs. Dahmer's rampage came to an end in 1992 after he was captured and given 15 life sentences. 

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00:50:00 8/13/2019
With a total of 49 confirmed murders (he confessed to 71), Gary Ridgway, otherwise known as the Green River Killer, is one of the most prolific serial killer in American history. While married, Ridgway began murdering sex workers and children throughout the 1980's and 1990's. Strangling his victims and discarding their bodies around Seattle and the Washington Green River, Ridgway regularly returned to the corpses for intercourse. It wasn't until 2001 when the nefarious necrophiliac was connected by DNA evidence to the murders of four women. 

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00:50:00 8/6/2019

The case is undoubtedly the most infamous murder-mystery in history. "Jack the Ripper" is the name given to the unidentified serial killer that murdered and mutilated five female prostitutes in London in 1888. While there have been over 100 theories presented on the Ripper's true identity, renowned "Ripperologist" Martin Fido suggests that a violent, anti-social man named "David Cohen" is the true killer, partly because Cohen's incarceration at an insane asylum happened to coincide with the end of the murders. Although various letters were sent to the press by the alleged killer, one with a human kidney, the case of the Ripper murders will possibly forever remain unsolved.

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00:52:00 8/6/2019

Hi MMMF fans! Loved the first episode of 22 Hours: An American Nightmare? Hear the next part of the story, and be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a single episode! Hear the rest of the story with new episodes every Monday, here 

00:48:00 6/17/2019

Hi MMMF fans! We want to share with you the first episode of a new podcast, 22 Hours: An American Nightmare. It's the frightening story of a D.C. power couple, their 10-year-old son and housekeeper held hostage and murdered inside their burning D.C. mansion. You won't believe what happened during those 22 hours, and how they identified the killer. Did he have help? Hear the rest of the story with new episodes every Monday, here . http://bit.ly/2Mzf5Ks

00:44:35 6/9/2019

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From All-American to convicted murderer, Aaron Hernandez' early career success as tight end for the New England Patriots was shockingly overshadowed by his violent life as a killer. Hernandez' temper seemed to get the best of him in situations, and he was charged with the first-degree murder of friend Odin Lloyd and also indicted in connection with two drive-by murders in 2012. Without the possibility of parole on his life sentence, Hernandez ultimately saw no way out from it all and tragically took his own life in prison in 2017.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:52:00 9/17/2019

For three weeks in 2002, the streets of D.C. were terrorized as two men, 17 year-old Lee Boyd Malvo and 42 year-old John Muhammad, hunted random civilians in broad daylight with a rifle. The sniper attacks made national news and Americans became fearful that they could be the next victims. After training to be a marksman in the military, Muhammad recruited the help of friend Malvo to shoot 17 people from the trunk of his car. Malvo was given multiple life sentences and Muhammed was executed by lethal injection.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:52:00 9/10/2019

Murder. Rape. Mutilation. August 1990. After 675 suspects and thousands of pieces of evidence, it all came down to one man: Danny Rolling. Three years after five brutal and disturbing murders in Gainesville, Florida, Danny Rolling is called to trial. He is accused of several counts of murder, rape, and burglary. But before Rolling can step foot into his trial he unexpectedly pleads guilty to each charge. His motive for the crimes? To become a "superstar" like Ted Bundy. Rolling was sentenced to death on each count and was later executed by lethal injection. Moments before his execution, he writes a statement in which he takes responsibility for another three murders in Shreveport, Louisiana.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:52:00 9/3/2019

Although a seemingly average husband and father of two, Dennis Rader lived a double life as a serial killer who terrorized the Wichita, Kansas area from the 1970s to the '90s. In letters to police and local news outlets that detailed his murders, Rader would sign them as the BTK Killer. The acronym stood for: "Bind, Torture, Kill". During all ten of his murders, Rader lived a normal working life and was an active member of his church until he was arrested in 2005. He is currently serving 10 consecutive life sentences.

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

00:50:00 8/27/2019

The original "Killer Clown," Gacy is widely thought to be the inspiration for the terrifying and nightmare inducing Stephen King character, Pennywise the Clown. Gacy's death count totals 33 young men and teen boys, most of whom he buried in the crawl space under his home. An active member of his community, Gacy often dressed up as a clown to perform for charitable events and parties. He'd lure his victims to his house with the promise of giving them alcohol. After they were drunk, he would handcuff them then viciously torture and sodomize them before ultimately strangling them to death. In May of 1994, he was executed by lethal injection. 

Like what you hear and want more true crime and mystery? Go to www.reelz.com/podcasts/ 

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00:52:00 8/20/2019

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