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Hosted by investigative journalist and former police detective Mark Williams-Thomas, this podcast explores possible miscarriages of justice in a variety of cases, ranging from terrorism, to murder, to missing people. Each episode asks, does the evidence collected by the police and presented in court stand up to scrutiny, or are people in jail for crimes they did not commit? You will be placed at the centre of these investigations where you, as the armchair detective, piece together the evide ...
 
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This is my rebuttal to James Renner’s post about Erinn Larkin. I want to set the record straight and expose the real internet Provocateur (Fulk) aka Joseph Anderson. On this podcast episode, I reveal the truth! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5gNE1sd0aE This was done by James Renner’s source Joseph Anderson!!! Notice the Avatar he uses! https://ww…
 
BONUS EPISODE: Mark Williams-Thomas talks to CrimeConVersations, the True Crime podcast brought to you by CrimeCon UK. CrimeConVersations Episode 2 features both The Detective and UK True Crime podcasts. CrimeCon: London 25th & 26th September 2021, visit www.crimecon.co.uk for tickets and further information See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
As some of you know, I received a series of fake tips which were sent to NHCCU and which they investigated. I also received a series of death threats. I have been trying to figure out who was behind it until yesterday when I found something rather interesting. As it turns out Tim Pilleri and Lance (whatever his last name is) also used Ghostmail.com…
 
Mary Flanagan was aged just 16 when she disappeared from her London home on New Year's Eve, 1959. She is the UK's longest missing person’s case. In this episode Mary's sister, Brenda, reveals a significant sighting of a woman who went into a police station in Scotland in 2016, could this have been Mary? And a further sighting from a neighbour and s…
 
Mary Flanagan was aged 16 when she disappeared from her London home on New Year's Eve, 1959. Mary is the UK's longest missing persons case. Mary was brought up in a strict London-Catholic family and had two sisters, Eileen and Brenda, and a brother, Kevin. At the time of her disappearance, she was working at the Tate and Lyle sugar refinery in Plai…
 
In the following podcast, I discus death threats I’ve received form someone in the community following Maura Murray’s disappearance. I also discuss my frustration with the community and certain people within this community which is clearly no longer trying to find Maura Murray but instead their goal has become to follow James Renner and Tim and Lan…
 
In this podcast, I discuss some new findings on Maura Murray’s disappearance. Here is the newspaper article which I reference in the podcast: http://jop.stparchive.com/Archive/JOP/JOP02182004P08.php https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByBfe6nS9-d4bXFhZnhkNmxTMTA/editArmchair Detective による
 
Was it really this simple? – Maura Murray Lately I’ve been reading old articles on Maura Murray’s disappearance. I felt like I had reached a dead end in my search. I had theories but no facts to back them up with. Well this all changed tonight when I read an old interview someone had with Faith Westman. The person who interviewed Faith was called A…
 
This episode opens up by looking closely at some of the evidence that was heard at court and considering in detail why the police formed the view that this was a murder planned to look like suicide. In order to examine this, the police officer that led the investigation is asked to explain this theory. We carefully consider the nature of all of San…
 
By this stage of the investigation you should now have reached one of the following conclusions: 1) That the evidence stacks up - as per the prosecution case and Mindy was correctly convicted, or 2) That you have some concerns about the evidence, but not enough to feel that Mindy is the subject of a miscarriage of justice, or 3) That you have serio…
 
In this episode we hear more from the police officer who was in charge of the investigation. She describes the police investigation in detail and is challenged on some of her views and theories. With the help of solicitor David Wells, we explore some of the key evidence that the police relied on and look to challenge some of the assumptions made. W…
 
In this episode we start to break down the police and prosecution case against Mindy and what it was that lead to her being convicted of the furious and brutal murder of 17-year-old Sana Ali, the wife of her lover. On the day of the attack Mindy speaks to her best friend Sheetal, both on her way to confront Sana and also immediately after she leave…
 
We set the scene on the horrific and brutal murder of 17-year-old, Sana Ali who was 11 weeks pregnant. The attack on Friday 10 May 2007 resulted in over 40 separate knife wounds, described as ‘sustained and ferocious’, and occurred at the home of her husband’s parents in Bury on the outskirts of Manchester, England. Sana’s husband, playboy business…
 
Putting this together was very difficult so please be patient. The other day I was researching Maura Murray’s disappearance when I stumbled on an article that flips this case on it’s head. It was an article featuring quotes from Butch Atwood. Here’s an extract from the article: “The next thing he knew, Haverhill Police Department Sgt. Cecil Smith w…
 
In part two of The Musketeers, Mark Williams-Thomas digs deeper into the lives of the four men, convicted of preparing to commit an act of terror. The last episode set out the prosecution's case, and highlighted the defence team's concerns. Not only do we hear more from the defence lawyers Stephen Kamlish QC and Gareth Pierce, but in an interview w…
 
Mark Williams-Thomas introduces you to the case involving three men, known as the Three Musketeers, and one other man, all convicted of preparing to commit an act of terror. He begins by giving an overview of the case, and highlights major terrorist attacks that took place around the world, near the time of the trial. Could the mass panic have led …
 
Coming soon, a case which looks into the emotive, dangerous and highly secretive world of terrorism. In August 2017, three men, who dubbed themselves the Three Musketeers, were found guilty of planning a terror attack on a police or military target in the UK. A fourth man was also convicted for his involvement in the plot. But could there have been…
 
It was the summer of 1989 in a small New England town. It had rained the previous 3 straight days. Pamela Webb, a 32 year old woman from Winthrop Maine was getting herself prepared to make the trip up to Mason NH to visit her boyfriend, Josh Cloud. Pamela had been working at Digital Equipment Corp out of Augusta Maine. Digital Equipment Corporation…
 
In this episode, I discuss the latest attempt by the part of Tim and Lance to attack me at Crime Con. It’s very raw and uncut. I didn’t really do any editing so sorry in advance for my breathing etc. Please leave a comment. Thanks.Armchair Detective による
 
In this episode, I discuss my research into several New Hampshire cold cases and their potential ties to the disappearance of Maura Murray. The episode’s transcript will be made available to the Armchair Detective Podcast’s patron’s. To become a patron, simply click on the become a patron button on my blog main page. I will upload the transcript on…
 
Today we learned that Cecil Smith is no longer with us. My thoughts and prayers go out to Cecil’s family and friends. My co-host Kasey and I decided to do a podcast episode to clear out all the red herrings in Maura Murray’s disappearance. During this episode, we talk about a list of questions I had sent to John Healey, a private investigator who l…
 
F.B.I. MOST WANTED ROBERT FISHER Welcome to another episode of the armchair detective podcast, I’m you’re host the armchair detective. Today’s episode will be much different than my other episodes. While in this episode I will be talking about a missing person, this missing person also happens to be on the FBI’s most wanted list. His name is Robert…
 
The disappearance of Denise Martin Welcome to the armchair detective podcast, I’m you’re host the armchair detective. Today I will be discussing the disappearance of Denise Martin. This is a recent disappearance that was brought to my attention from Kirsten, a follow of the armchair detective facebook group. Thanks for the suggestion Kirsten, if an…
 
The mysterious disappearance of Brookelyn Farthing Today’s podcast episode will focus on the disappearance of Brookelyn Farthing. I went on http://www.findbrookefarthing.com website and read the following from Brookelyn’s sister: “My sister Brooke was a spunky, tell you how it is, loveable person. She loved animals and the outdoors. But she was a t…
 
I’ve created a podcast episode which is only for the patrons of the show. I’ve uploaded the episode to the show’s patron page. I have included a short sneak peek for those interested. I will be uploading more content soon. The next content will be about the disappearance of Brian Lawson. Thanks for listening and supporting this podcast! For more in…
 
The mysterious disappearance of Brian Shaffer: Brian Shaffer on February 25th 1979. He was a medical student at the Ohio State University at the time of his disappearance. At the time of his disappearance, Brian was 27 years old and today he would be 39 years old. Brian is described as 6 feet two inches tall and weighing about 165 lbs. At the time …
 
Richard Petrone Jr. and his friend, Danielle (Ottobre) Imbo, were last seen around 11:45 pm on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005 leaving Abilene’s bar at 429 South Street in Philadelphia, where they met with some friends. They were heading for Richard’s 2001 black Dodge Dakota pickup truck, PA license plate # YFH-2319 parked in the neighborhood. Richard, Dan…
 
I’ve recently read an article about Maura’s disappearance and the momments surrounding the night of Feb 5 2004 which is believed to be tied to her decision to leave Umass Amherst on Feb 9 2004. Please feel free to comment, I would love feedback on this. Thanks. ~Acdetective~Armchair Detective による
 
Today I’ll be discussing a theory that I’m working on. It involves unsolved murders and missing persons around the I-91 and I-93 and I-95 in New England. Now keep in mind this is simply a theory I have and should be taken as such. What led me to research this phenomenon was the disappearance of U-Mass Amherst nursing student Maura Murray back on Fe…
 
Hey everyone, I’ve decided to do a rebuttal to the Missing Maura Murray Ep 69 episode. In this episode they discussed the murder of officer Bruce McKay and the shooting of Liko Kenney. Feel free to comment. Thanks.Armchair Detective による
 
The past few days I’ve been sifting and reading old articles regarding the disappearance of Maura Murray. I took the articles from the subreddit that was created by the user HunterPense http://reddit.com/r/mauramurrayevidence. I pulled every article regarding Maura’s disappearance what was created in 2004 and compiled a word document. The document …
 
In this podcast I discuss some more thoughts on the Maura Murray disappearance, focusing on the more recent comments made by the Missing Maura Murray podcast guys Tim and Lance, also some of the prominent trolls in the online community and several other thoughts. Please leave some feedback. Thanks.Armchair Detective による
 
Hello everyone, I’ve decided to relaunch my podcast as you can see. I will be bringing some changes to the podcast to make it an easier listen. I will be giving my opinions on some unsolved missing persons cases as well as unsolved mysteries. Fell free to contact me if you have any suggestions or if you have any information on the cases that I will…
 
As most of my listeners by now have noticed that my podcast focuses on missing person’s cases so I figured why not look into the phenomenon that is the “how to disappear guides” that are floating around on the internet today. The internet is a very useful tool but when people create articles of this sort it can unfortunately give someone who is con…
 
In this episode I discuss the disappearance of Phylicia Thomas with her family and their family friend Judy. If you have any information about the disappearance of Phylicia, please email findphylicia@gmail.com with the information or call the Pennsylvania State Police at 570-697-2000.Armchair Detective による
 
Phylicia Albina Thomas has been missing since February 11 2004 from Lake Township Pennsylvanian. She is described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall. She is a Caucasian female with brown hair and blue eyes. Both of her arm are scared due to dog bites and she freckles on her face. Phylicia is also a cigarette smoker. At the time of her disappearance, she…
 
Brandon Lawson was a 26 year old man from San Angelo, Texas. He was an oil field worker and father of four children and he also had a common law wife named Ladessa Lofton. He is described as being 5 foot 9 inches tall and weighing approximately 230 pounds. He was a Caucasian male with brown hair and blue eyes. Lawson has multiple tattoos on his arm…
 
On August 30, 2013, Bryce David Laspisa, a young 19-year-old man from Castiac California, went missing near Castiac Lake. It was discovered that Bryce drove away from Sierra College, where he had recently begun his sophomore year, with the apparent intention to return to his parents’ home in Laguna Niguel. Missing any hard evidence, Bryce’s disappe…
 
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