Show Notes: Murders of Diane Michele and Christina Salamey

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Murders of Diane Michele and Christina Salamey: Episode 67

Murders of Diane Michele and Christina Salamey: Episode 67

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Show Notes: Nada Huranich’s Murder, Considered Victims of The Co-Ed Killer

Show Notes: Nada Huranich’s Murder, Considered Victims of The Co-Ed Killer
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Continuing the Conversation: Forensic Files Michigan Case Solved

Jeanette Kirby was murdered in a Michigan park in 1986. She was found naked, her clothes had been methodically cut from her body. Her hands had been secured behind her back by Flex-Cufs brand zip ties, the same brand used by police. The case went cold until 1990 when David Draheim tried to abduct aContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Forensic Files Michigan Case Solved”

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”

Women of Michigan

Who run the world? Girls. Here are some female pioneers from Michigan. In 1975, the National Organization for Women’s Wife Abuse Task Force in Washtenaw County established Michigan’s first network of private homes to shelter survivors of domestic violence. Catherine Comet is the first woman in the country to be the official conductor of aContinue reading “Women of Michigan”