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CONTACT US

Thoughts or comments? Wanna suggest a case or maybe just give us some shit? Contact Barney orย Tara by clicking on the icons below. Our preferred method of contact is via email.

If you’d like send us something via snail mail, maybe some fan art or a gift?ย Send here:ย 

Tara Sariban
Parcel Locker 10135 95238
300-304 Albert Street
BRUNSWICK VIC AUSTRALIA 3056

…Or maybe you just wanna buy us a drink or make a one off donation?

Evidence Locker BONUS episode:
Interview: Bryan Johnston, author of Deep in the Woods
Author Bryan Johnston talks about researching the Weyerhaeuser kidnapping case and recounts his interview with George Weyerhaeuser himself.
Listen: https://apple.co/3iSUKwI
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Episode 14 is about a serial dine and dasher who went on to leave scathing reviews about restaurants for calling her out on it, the Chinatown Cowboy who stopped a hate crime and much more. https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/worlds-dumbest-criminals/id1580514212?i=1000542625966 #worldsdumbestcriminals #truecrime #truecrimepodcast

Annie Borjossen was born in Sweden but always had a longing and love for Scotland. In 2004, Annie moved from her native Sweden to Scotland to study English. Sadly her life would be tragically cut short in what is one of Scotlandโ€™s most mysterious deaths.

https://youtu.be/E3BhiqRGGLA

161. The Kidnapping of George Weyerhaeuser | USA
The 1935 kidnapping of a lumber baron's son made national news. When he was returned, he had an amazing story.
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Episode 112: The Station Fire revisited, who IS to blame? #truecrime #podcast http://crimeandstuffonline.com/episode-112-the-station-fire-revisited-who-is-to-blame/

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