Making a Monster: Jesse Pomeroy, the Boy Murderer of 1870s Dawn Keetley
Selections From The Writings Of Jesse Harding Pomeroy: Life Prisoner Since 1874 by Jesse Harding Pomeroy
"The Boy Murderer" April 24, 1874. Bousfield, Richard M. and Richard Merrett.
"Report of the Trial of Daniel M'Naughton." London: Henry Renshaw 1843. Montagu, M.F. Ashley. September, 1941.
"The Biologist Looks at Crime." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Fiend: The Shocking True Story of America's Youngest Serial Killer by Harold Schector
This weeks podcast comes with a content warning for graphic discussion of violence against children, committed by another child.
This week in true crime we discuss a mad cat shaver and a woman who didn't commit to a life of crime. Brittany discusses the youngest person to ever be convicted of 1st degree murder in Massachusetts history and then Brian discusses a famous magician with a vendetta.
The content warning in the episode begins at timestamp 25:11 - 35:42 detailing the initial non-lethal attacks on small children. Then 49:06-1:04:04 details the murder of 2 children. After the second time stamp the crimes are mentioned but not in detail as we discuss the trial and punishment for Jesse Pomeroy.
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Sources: Dear Dawn: Aileen Wuornos in Her Own Words by Daphne Gottlieb , Lisa Kester, et al. Monster: My True Story by Aileen Wuornos & Christopher Berry-Dee Dead Ends: The Pursuit, Conviction, and Execution of Serial Killer Aileen Wuornos by …
Sources: "Andrea Yates," Mugshots, Court TV, 2003. Flock, Jeff. "Chilling Details of the Houston Child Killings." CNN.Com. June 22, 2001. "Interview: Dr. Dietz," Time, May 19, 2002. "Juries Often Spare Mothers Who Kill," ABCNEWS.com, June 28, 2001. McCalope, Michelle. "Rusty …
Sources: Books In Broad Daylight: A Murder in Skidmore, Missouri, Harry N. MacLean, Dell, 1988 Judgment Day, Bob Lancaster and B.C. Hall, Seaview/Putnam, 1983 Articles "Suspects Are Legion in Slaying of a Missouri 'Town Bully,'" By Jules Loh, The Associated …
This week is a little different. Time constraints and life happen which led us to this episode. Brian talks about crazy Uber passengers and takes us on another trip to West Virginia to talk more about cryptids. You can get …