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Crimes And History

By History Buff

There are a lot of crimes, but only some of them change history. This is a podcast about the true crimes that changed the world.
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Jeffrey Dahmer

Crimes And HistorySep 03, 2019

Jeffrey Dahmer

Jeffrey Dahmer

On the evening of July 22, 1991, Tracy Edwards had a harrowing experience in the apartment of a man named Jeff. Jeff had held a knife to his chest while listening to his heart beat. Tracy was able to knock the man off balance and escape into the street. There, he waved down two police officers. After explaining what had happened, the officers went to visit Jeff's apartment.  

What they found inside the apartment would change history forever. 

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"The Jeffrey Dahmer Story: An American Nightmare" by Don Davis 

"Jeffrey Dahmer: A Terrifying True Story of Rape, Murder, and Cannibalism" by Jack Rosewood 

YouTube Channel "Live From Apt 213" 

YouTube Channel "Jesusmalaark11" 

YouTube Channel "Inside Edition" 

YouTube Channel "dahmersbeer"



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Sep 03, 201946:17
OJ Simpson

OJ Simpson

On the evening of June 12, 1994, a distressed dog with blood on its paws wanders around the neighborhood of Brentwood in Los Angeles. Concerned neighbors try to comfort it, but it leads them to a house at 875 Bundy Drive.   

What they find there changes history forever.  

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Sources:  "The Run of His Life: The People v. O. J. Simpson" by Jeffrey Toobin  

The Steve Harvey Show

YouTube Channel: OJ Trial Uncut  

YouTube Channel: Simon Hasselhoff  

YouTube Channel: Michael Ness 

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Sep 03, 201946:39
Crime 1: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

Crime 1: The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln

On the evening of April 14, 1865, Abraham Lincoln was happier than he had been in years. The bloody Civil War was finally coming to an end. He had held the Union together. That night, he and his wife went to Ford's Theater to relax and watch a play.

What happened next would change history forever.
May 02, 201825:33