Continuing the Conversation: Tina Cabanaw, Former Jane Doe

Tina Cabanaw had a 16-year-old daughter when she disappeared from the Detroit area in 1999. That same year a Jane Doe was found in a field in Indiana. Due to DNA analysis police in 2018 police were able to find distant relatives to the Jane Doe. Cold calling those relatives, police were able to linkContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Tina Cabanaw, Former Jane Doe”

Continuing the Conversation: Strongsville Doe Linda Pagano

A young woman working on her family genealogy when she came across a set of bones buried without a name. They did have a bullet hole in the skull. Those bones belonged to the Strongsville Jane Doe. She was found in 1975 by some boys who were playing by a river in Ohio. Through theContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Strongsville Doe Linda Pagano”

Continuing the Conversation: Darla McKenzie

Darla McKenzie was a teenager and the mother of a small baby when she went missing in 1975, from Detroit Michigan. For over forty years, Darla’s daughter and mother looked for her. Recently, using DNA, investigators were able to match DNA from Darla’s family to a Jane Doe found in Farmington Hills during the summerContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Darla McKenzie”

Animal Assassins

In 2016, an orangutan named Kondor convinced another orangutan named Ekko to maul an enemy to death.  Kondor, a female, spent the day talking to Ekko, which is unusual for orangutan of opposite genders to mix. After contacting each other repeatedly Ekko attacked Kondor’s rival, Sidony, killing her. It is believed to be the firstContinue reading “Animal Assassins”

Show Notes: Gregory Roberts Hit and Run, Missing Michigan Women Found, Jane Doe Cases P2

This show, “Michigan and other Mayhem”, is a sort of factual, slightly comical, always earnest podcast about interesting stuff in Michigan and around the world. It is done by two sisters-in-law (Ali and Jenn) that like to talk about random interesting stories.  Expect cults, mysteries, murder, fast talking, and a couple of mental palate cleansers…Continue reading “Show Notes: Gregory Roberts Hit and Run, Missing Michigan Women Found, Jane Doe Cases P2”

Board Game Leads to Death

According to oddee.com, at least two people have lost their life after playing a hot game of Monopoly. Michael Klucznik was shot with a compound arrow, hitting him in the chest and killing him after he argued with a friend over the rules. The murderer, Marc Cienkowski, was given 9-25 years for third degree murder.Continue reading “Board Game Leads to Death”

Blood-Stained Ceilings

Five temples in the Kyoto Prefecture had blood-stained ceilings.  The ceilings had been made of floorboards from the Fushimi Castle. In 1592, 10 warriors had held off attackers of the castle for several days while a man of a higher status, Tokugawa, escaped. Realizing they were about to be overtaken, the men surrendered with honor,Continue reading “Blood-Stained Ceilings”

Continuing the Conversation: Rogue Village Cop

We talked about Robert Reznick, an officer who worked for a decade, lying about being a certified officer. He then set up a fraud scheme that involved firearms sales and federal charges. Read our show notes on the Rogue Village Cop to know the full story. Read the link below to get some news inContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Rogue Village Cop”

When Dead Bodies Become Dangerous

Concerned about grave robbers, the coffin torpedo was invented. It worked according to the Stark County Democrat, a newspaper in Ohio. On January 17, 1881, would be body snatchers found out about the effectiveness of a coffin torpedo. The man nearest to the coffin died during the explosion, while the second man suffered a brokenContinue reading “When Dead Bodies Become Dangerous”