140. The Thanksgiving Family Murders

*this case includes children*

On this episode of MWMH, Payton and Garrett discuss the brutal slaying of 4 family members at Thanksgiving. 

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Case Sources:

the-sun.com, “Holiday Horrors: Most gruesome Thanksgiving murders from pastor who shot family over game to man who ‘waited 20 years’ to kill relatives,” by Luke Kenton, November 25, 2021

“Merhige had history of mental problems, says man who knew him well,” by John Lantigua, November 26, 2009

tampabay.com, “Gunman Said Nothing Before Killings,’ November 29, 2009

palmbeachpost.com, “An unusual suspect: Merhige was likable honors student before he did the unthinkable,” by Adam Playford, December 18, 2009

tampabay.com, “TV Show Plays Big Role in Murder Case,” January 9, 2010

nbcmiami.com, “Witness: Thanksgiving Killer Went Back to Shoot Girl Again,” by Janie Campbell, September 4, 2010

nbcmiami.com, “Thanksgiving Killer’s Parents File Countersuit,” by Brian Hamacher, November 29, 2011

palmbeachpost.com, “Merhige had history of mental problems, says man who knew him well,” by John Lantigua, March 31, 2012

wptv.com, “10 Years After The Jupiter Thanksgiving Murders: A Family Remembers,” by Kelley Dunn, November 22, 2019

YouTube.com, channel MirrorMind: The Disturbing Story of Paul Merhige | True Crime, November 24, 2021

Newspaper.com sources:

Mike Phillips, The Miami Herald, “Khoury League starts traveling to Japan,” 31 July 1986, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/632678571); citing print edition, p.24

The Stuart News, “Stations win six Emmys,” 7 December 1992, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/886580679), citing print edition, p.D1

Andrew Marra, Bill DiPaolo, Eliot Kleinberg, Sun-Sentinel, “Shooter kills four in holiday rampage,” 28 November 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/286398908); citing print edition, pp. 1, 3

Elinor J. Brecher, The Miami Herald, “Tragedy echoes ’73 murders, suicide,” 29 November 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/658361525); citing print edition, p.14A

Carol Marbin Miller, Jennifer Lebovich, The Miami Herald, “Twin sisters silenced forever,” 29 November 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/658361459); citing print edition, pp.1A, 14A

Robert Samuels, The Miami Herald, “Slain sisters’ voices heard again,” 1 December 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/658492900); citing print edition, p.3B

Liz Balmaseda, The Palm Beach Post, “Without Makayla,” 25 December 2009, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/206748667); citing print edition, p.A1

John Lantigua, The Palm Beach Post, “”‘Pleasant’ motel guest rarely went out, explained to owner: ‘I’m just resting’,” 4 January 2010, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/208095494); citing print edition, pp. 1A, 8A

Jane Musgrave, The Miami Herald, “Pair sued over son’s spree,” 16 September 2011, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/654931364); citing print edition, p. 3B

Daphne Duret, The Palm Beach Post, “7 Life Sentences for Merhige: ‘He Will Never See the Light of Day’,” 28 October 2011, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/163645273); citing print edition, pp. 1A, 8A

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BREAKING – Idaho College Murders

Payton drops onto your feed mid-week to give a clear timeline of the breaking Idaho College Murders. 4 University of Idaho college students are stabbed to death in their apartment… who did it? What do the police know?

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139. Lisa Marie Kimmel – Lil Miss

On this episode of MWMH, Payton and Garrett discuss the disappearance and murder of Lisa Marie Kimmel.

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Case Sources:

Scott, Robert (2009). Rivers of Blood. (2009, New York: Pinnacle), by Robert Scott

Wikipedia.org, Lil’ Miss murder

Charleyproject.org, Amy Joy Wroe Bechtel

Trib,com, “Inmate: Eaton confessed,” by Tara Westreicher, March 10, 2004

Trib.com, “Victim’s family shares their anger as Dale Wayne Eaton sentenced to life,” by Victoria Eavis, May 8, 2022

Billingsgazette.com, “Court hears 1988 tape of Kimmell,” by Tara Westreicher, March 3, 2004

Billingsgazette.com, “Another Eaton victim lives to tell of ordeal; California woman expected to testify at penalty phase of trial,” by by Greg Tuttle, March 17, 2004

Billingsgazette.com, “Eaton upset as convict testifies,” by Tara Westreicher, March 9, 2004

Ranker.com, “The True Story Behind The Lil’ Miss Murder,” by Rachel Souerbry, February 19, 2021

WyoFile.com, “Wyoming should abolish the death penalty, even for Eaton,” by Kerry Drake, June 16, 2020

caselaw.findlaw.com, EATON v. STATE

Department of Psychology Radford University, Dr. Mike Aamodt, Dale Wayne Eaton 

http://maamodt.asp.radford.edu/Psyc%20405/serial%20killers/Eaton,%20Dale%20Wayne.pdf

Newspapers.com sources: 

Pat Bellinghausen and Tom Howard, “Billings teen disappears during trip,” The Billings Gazette, 29 March 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/410694282 : accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.7-A

Vikki McLaughlin, “Searchers suspect foul play,” The Billings Gazette, 1 April 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/415632449 : accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.1

“Wyoming lawmen looking for missing Montana teen-ager,” Casper Star-Tribune, 30 April 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/349601308: accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.3

Pat Bellinghausen, “Kimmell’s body identified,” The Billings Gazette, 4 April 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/415636958 : accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.1

Pat Bellinghausen, “Cops: No leads in teen’s death,” The Billings Gazette, 5 April 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/415637713 : accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.1

Tom Howard, “Kimmell had stab wounds,” The Billings Gazette, 7 April 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/415639477 : accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.1

Rita Munzenrider, “Kimmell’s friends say goodbye,” The Billings Gazette, 9 April 1988, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/415641872 : accessed 27 October 2022); citing print edition, p.1

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138. Nick Howard – The Long Game

On this episode of MWMH, Payton and Garrett discuss the curious murder of young adult, Nick Howard.

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Case Sources:

Forensic Files, “Oily in the Morning,” broadcast October 5, 2005 on TLC

The New Detectives, “Betrayed,” broadcast December 13, 2002 on The Discovery Channel

Forensicfilesnow.com

Wikipedia.org, Humphrey the Whale

Sacramentofuneralandcremation.com, John Findleton obituary

Ancestry.com, 1977 Sacramento City Directory (1977, R.L. Polk & Company Publishers)

Ancestry.com, 1978 Sacramento City Directory (1978, R.L. Polk & Company Publishers)

Saccounty.gov: Sacramento County, Archived Index of Recorded Documents

Anylaw.com

SFGate.com/San Francisco Examiner, Still Singing That Whale Song, by Jane Kay

Newspapers.com sources:

The Sacramento Bee, “Man loses control of truck, drowns,” 15 March 1996, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/627244911: accessed 29 October 2022); citing print edition, p.B2

Gary Voet, The Sacramento Bee, “Volunteers plan major search for body of drowning victim,” 26 February 1997, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/627678806: accessed 28 October 2022); citing print edition, p.B2

The Sacramento Bee, “Body in marina missing teen,” 27 February 1997, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/627680800: accessed 29 October 2022); citing print edition, p.B2

Yvonne Chiu, The Sacramento Bee, “Guilty verdict in teen’s murder,” 8 December 1999, archived (https://www.newspapers.com/image/628446627: accessed 30 October 2022); citing print edition, p.B1

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137. John Martin Crawford – The Canadian Killer

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Case Sources:

 

Just Another Indian, A Serial Killer and Canada’s Indifference, by Warren Goulding, Askew Creek Publishing Ltd., 2001

 

Saskatoon StarPhoenix, “Saskatchewan serial killer John Martin Crawford dies at Regional Psychiatric Center,” by Thia James, December 17, 2020

 

Eaglefeathernews.com, “Opinion: Looking back at Just Another Indian,” by Warren Goulding, August 17, 2016

 

Edmontonsun.com, “A story that no one wanted told,” by Andrew Hanon, September 20, 2005

 

Murderpedia.org, “John Martin Crawford”

 

Justicefornativewomen.com, “Janet Sylvestre, Unsolved Saskatchewan murder from 1994, posted by Mak, August 6, 2021, listing sources as CBC, Murderpedia, and Saskatchewan RCMP Facebook.

 

Serialkillercalendar.com, “John Martin Crawford”

 

Cbc.ca, “To him, they were expendable: Columnist says Saskatoon serial killer exploited racism when targeting victims,” by Dan Zakreski, December 17, 2020

 

Theglobeandmail.com, “The Taken: How Shelley Napope fled into a predator’s stalking ground”

 

Wikipedia, “John Martin Crawford”

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