Podcasts about body bags

Bag designed to contain a human body

  • 343PODCASTS
  • 545EPISODES
  • 1h 2mAVG DURATION
  • 5WEEKLY NEW EPISODES
  • Feb 7, 2023LATEST
body bags

POPULARITY

20152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about body bags

Latest podcast episodes about body bags

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Disposal of a Body - The Unfortunate Case of Ana Walshe

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2023 30:23


Ana Walshe, a property manager for Tishman Speyer, goes missing January 1, 2023. She is reported missing by her employer and by her husband Brian Walshe. Her husband is arrested on January 8th and charged with misleading the police investigation. Police then obtained a search warrant to the couple's home where in the basement they find a damaged and bloody knife. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the timeline of Ana's disappearance, the bloody knife found in the basement, the logistics of dismembering a body, looking at suspects deviating from their behavior, and much more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Background and overview of the case 2:45 - The disappearance timeline 4:20 - Bloody knife in the basement 7:20 -  Evidence found from blood 10:40 - The husband and tracking his moves 14:20 - Hacksaw 15:20 - Dismembering a body 18:45 - Determining the search radius for a missing body 23:00 - Suspects deviating from their regular behaviors 26:20 - Investigators relying on intuition 28:20 - Death threats 29:45 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Lying in Wait - The Homicide of Jared Bridegan

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2023 34:58


On the evening of February 16th, 2022 Jared Bridegan is dropping off his daughter at his ex-wife's home. On the drive over he has to stop because there's a tire in the middle of the road and he cannot go around it. He steps out of the car to go and move it whereupon he is shot multiple times. Henry Tenon has been charged with Bridegan's murder. His only known connection to Bridegan is that he is a former tenant of a property owned by Bridegan's ex-wifes current husband. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the longevity and complexity of this case, the logistics of the shooting itself, the charges against the suspect, the evidence found from the tire and shell casings, and much more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Background and overview of the case 3:25 - The logistics of the shooting 6:25 - Charges against the suspect 10:00 - Tenon's truck  11:15 - Evidence from the tire 13:15 - Car rims and fingerprints 15:40 - Planning and pre-meditation 20:20 - The choke point and Florida climate  24:55 - Shell casings 30:15 - Video surveillance and tracking down the owner of the blue truck 32:45 - The longevity and complexity of this case 35:00 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Voices of Misery Podcast
Woman wakes up in a body bag, a baby gets stranded at an airport and a rapper hits the golden years!

Voices of Misery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 79:51


The Nerds review some movies, a woman wakes up in a body bag, a baby left behind at an airport, a angry mine bites the head off a snake during argument, a rapper makes it to his golden years and more! Check out our amazing sponsors! binoid.com use our code 'NERD' to save 10% on Nerds favorite thc edibles and other goodies! built.com use code 'VOMSHOW' to save 10% on all orders on the most delicious, keto approved protein bars! Twitter/Mewe/Parler/Gettr/Rumble: @voicesofmisery Gmail: voicesofmiserypodcast@gmail.com Instagram: voices_of_misery Discord server: voices of misery podcast https://tinyurl.com/VoMPodcastTees

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast
Waking Up In a BODY BAG!

The Twitch and MJ Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2023 7:32


See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Lying in Wait - The Homicide of Jared Bridegan

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 34:58


On the evening of February 16th, 2022 Jared Bridegan is dropping off his daughter at his ex-wife's home. On the drive over he has to stop because there's a tire in the middle of the road and he cannot go around it. He steps out of the car to go and move it whereupon he is shot multiple times. Henry Tenon has been charged with Bridegan's murder. His only known connection to Bridegan is that he is a former tenant of a property owned by Bridegan's ex-wifes current husband. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the longevity and complexity of this case, the logistics of the shooting itself, the charges against the suspect, the evidence found from the tire and shell casings, and much more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Background and overview of the case 3:25 - The logistics of the shooting 6:25 - Charges against the suspect 10:00 - Tenon's truck  11:15 - Evidence from the tire 13:15 - Car rims and fingerprints 15:40 - Planning and pre-meditation 20:20 - The choke point and Florida climate  24:55 - Shell casings 30:15 - Video surveillance and tracking down the owner of the blue truck 32:45 - The longevity and complexity of this case 35:00 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

So I Married A Horror Fan
#111 - Body Bags

So I Married A Horror Fan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 55:05


Our Anthology Month comes to a close, as we round out January with a look at Body Bags from John Carpenter & Tobe Hooper. We talk about what an absolute blast this film is. It's origins as a series pilot and how the series never got picked up. We get into just how much fun John Carpenter is having as the host of this one, and how we wished there were more of these purely for more John Carpenter. How the segments by Carpenter & Hooper feel tonally when compared to each other and how their approaches give each segments very different vibes. We of course break down all 3 segments and go through what we did and didn't like as well as talking about the insane casting and cameos in here. All this and lots more in the fun filled episode. Find us on Social Media: Twitter; SIMAHFPOD Instagram: soimarriedahorrorfan Tumblr: soimarriedahorrorfan

The Tired Eyes Podcast
Possession

The Tired Eyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 66:43


The current theme is Pregnant With Grief and this week, we finally decided to pull Possession from 1981 directed by Andrzej Zulawski out of the Body Bag! We talk about how simply amazing this movie is and how deeply saddening it is as well. We can't believe it took us this long to talk about the film, but here we are. Also, tentacle sex is the best way to have sex. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/support

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
The Alex Murdaugh Trial - Body Bags Special Report

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 45:01


South Carolina lawyer, Alex Murdaugh, is currently facing trial for the murder of his wife and son. Due to the gruesome nature of the crime, people have begun to look extensively into the family's history and background and in doing that have found connections with them and other deaths that had been initially ruled as accidents or deaths from natural causes. However, upon further investigation it seems that there may be something much darker at play.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and special guest co-host  Dave Mack discuss the Murdaugh family history and background, the various victims of this family, the injuries each of them sustained, how you marry anecdotal evidence with physical evidence, and much more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 2:30 - Background and overview of case 6:50 - The 911 call 9:50 - Victims were shot with different weapons 11:40 - Injuries sustained by Paul 15:05 - Differences ammunition makes in injuries 19:10 - Gloria Satterfield 21:20 - What happened the day that Gloria Satterfield died? 25:00 - Tying together anecdotal evidence and physical evidence 28:20 - Steven Smith 31:20 - Steven's injuries 35:30 - Using a car as a weapon 37:00 - How are the Murdaugh's connected to Steven's death? 38:30 - Mallory Beach 42:45 - How Mallory's death shined a light on the Murdaugh family 44:35 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: The Homicide of Sasha Krause

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 38:15


Sasha Krause, a Mennonite school teacher in New Mexico, goes missing on January 18th, 2020. About a month later a camper goes out to Sunset Crater Visitor Center, an area 20 miles outside of Flagstaff Arizona, to gather firewood and stumbles upon a body near her campsite. After an autopsy, they identify this body as Sasha Krause. Another month later, Mark Gooch, a U.S. Air Force member is arrested for her murder. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the significance of how the victim's body was found, the clothing that was missing, the temperature, and the connection between the victim and the suspect.  Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of case 4:50 - Where did the investigators start? 7:40 - Setting up a timeline 9:30 - Discovering Sasha Krause's body 10:50 - Processing the crime scene 12:35 - Drag marks 17:15 - Body position + temperature 24:30 - Finding a suspect: Mark Gooch 27:25 - Putting the evidence together  28:45 - Significance of missing clothing and lack of DNA evidence 30:50 - Fingerprints 34:05 - Gooch makes an effort to hide his movements from that night 37:10 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Invasion of the Podcast!
Ep. 351 - The Year of Carpenter: Body Bags (1993)!

Invasion of the Podcast!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 125:21


This week on Invasion of the Podcast, we kick off Year 2 of our Year of Carpenter (one of us didn't really think this one out) with our friends Sammaeal and Nathaniel from At the Devil's Ball to talk about the made for cable anthology film, Body Bags. After the frustrations of making his last film, can Carpenter find some joy in getting back to gore and scares? 

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Tragedy for the Community | the Homicide of Sasha Krause

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 38:15


Sasha Krause, a Mennonite school teacher in New Mexico, goes missing on January 18th, 2020. About a month later a camper goes out to Sunset Crater Visitor Center, an area 20 miles outside of Flagstaff Arizona, to gather firewood and stumbles upon a body near her campsite. After an autopsy, they identify this body as Sasha Krause. Another month later, Mark Gooch, a U.S. Air Force member is arrested for her murder. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the significance of how the victim's body was found, the clothing that was missing, the temperature, and the connection between the victim and the suspect.    Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of case 4:50 - Where did the investigators start? 7:40 - Setting up a timeline 9:30 - Discovering Sasha Krause's body 10:50 - Processing the crime scene 12:35 - Drag marks 17:15 - Body position + temperature 24:30 - Finding a suspect: Mark Gooch 27:25 - Putting the evidence together  28:45 - Significance of missing clothing and lack of DNA evidence 30:50 - Fingerprints 34:05 - Gooch makes an effort to hide his movements from that night 37:10 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags With Joseph Scott Morgan: Idaho Student Murders Part 3 Reviewing The Affidavit - Case Updates

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2023 42:25


  Four University of Idaho students are brutally murdered in their home in Moscow, Idaho on November 13th, 2022. Police suspect that the murder took place between 3am-4 and their bodies are discovered by a friend that same morning around noon. Investigators believe that the murder weapon was a knife of some sort. More leads have been uncovered by police and investigators in the past weeks and the hunt is still on for a primary suspect. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard continue discussing the details of this unfolding case following the 19 page affidavit detailing evidence collected so far. Joe and Jackie discuss moving evidence as big as a mattress, the KA-BAR knife sheath and matching up knife inflicted wounds, history of KA-BAR knives, and more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:45 - Reopening the details of this case - 19-page affidavit dropped over the weekend. 2:30 - Multiple forms of evidence have been recovered including but not limited to  DNA, Cell Phone, CCTV Footage, Footprints, and the Knife Sheath. 4:00 -  What is Touch DNA? 7:32 - Has Blood evidence been found? 9:50 - What volume of DNA is needed to match a suspect from the evidence collected so far? 12:35 - Differentiation in wounds on the victim's bodies. 16:55 - Examining the mattresses that the bodies were found on, what they can reveal to a forensic expert. 21:45 - Proper handling of a piece of evidence as big as a person's mattress. 27:04 -  How do you match up wounds on a victim to a knife that may have been used to inflict those injuries? A KA-BAR knife sheath was found discarded on one of the victim's beds. 31:47 -  Before an Autopsy is conducted you perform an AP and a Lateral X-ray. 35:20 - History of the KA-BAR name and model. 37:07 - A footprint was discovered outside the surviving roommate's door. Investigators matched up the print to a Van skate shoe. 40:39 -  footprints can tell you about how a person walks, what part of the foot they walk on, and the persons gait. 42:00 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Idaho Student Murders Part 3 | Reviewing The Affidavit - Case Updates

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 42:24


Four University of Idaho students are brutally murdered in their home in Moscow, Idaho on November 13th, 2022. Police suspect that the murder took place between 3am-4 and their bodies are discovered by a friend that same morning around noon. Investigators believe that the murder weapon was a knife of some sort. More leads have been uncovered by police and investigators in the past weeks and the hunt is still on for a primary suspect. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard continue discussing the details of this unfolding case following the 19 page affidavit detailing evidence collected so far. Joe and Jackie discuss moving evidence as big as a mattress, the KA-BAR knife sheath and matching up knife inflicted wounds, history of KA-BAR knives, and more. Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:45 - Reopening the details of this case - 19-page affidavit dropped over the weekend. 2:30 - Multiple forms of evidence have been recovered including but not limited to  DNA, Cell Phone, CCTV Footage, Footprints, and the Knife Sheath. 4:00 -  What is Touch DNA? 7:32 - Has Blood evidence been found? 9:50 - What volume of DNA is needed to match a suspect from the evidence collected so far? 12:35 - Differentiation in wounds on the victim's bodies. 16:55 - Examining the mattresses that the bodies were found on, what they can reveal to a forensic expert. 21:45 - Proper handling of a piece of evidence as big as a person's mattress. 27:04 -  How do you match up wounds on a victim to a knife that may have been used to inflict those injuries? A KA-BAR knife sheath was found discarded on one of the victim's beds. 31:47 -  Before an Autopsy is conducted you perform an AP and a Lateral X-ray. 35:20 - History of the KA-BAR name and model. 37:07 - A footprint was discovered outside the surviving roommate's door. Investigators matched up the print to a Van skate shoe. 40:39 -  footprints can tell you about how a person walks, what part of the foot they walk on, and the persons gait. 42:00 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Could a Single Hair Bolster Case? Idaho Student Murders

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 39:30 Very Popular


What more evidence have the police collected from the Idaho home where four students were murdered that hasn't been released? Mattresses have been removed from the home, and police are continuing to track down the digital timeline of Bryan Kohberger's whereabouts at the time of the murders.  Phone pings show that Kohberger was in the area of the home at least 12 times in the weeks before the murders, yet his phone was turned off during the suspected murder window. It was turned back on afterward.  The Idaho State Lab is testing trash recovered from the Pennsylvania home of Kohberger's family. The lab "reported that a DNA profile obtained from the trash" matched a tan leather knife sheath found "laying on the bed" of one of the victims.  Forensic experts will be looking at evidence collected at the scene for more DNA matches.  Joining Nancy Grace today:  Dale Carson - High Profile Attorney (Jacksonville), Former FBI Agent, Former Police Officer (Miami-Dade County), Author: "Arrest-Proof Yourself Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst (Beverly Hills, CA); New Netflix show: 'Bling Empire' (Beverly Hills)  Joe Scott Morgan - Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University, Author of 'Blood Beneath My Feet' and host of "Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan"  Chris McDonough - Director At the Cold Case Foundation & Former Homicide Detective; Worked over 300 homicides in a 25-year career; Host of YouTube channel, "The Interview Room" CeCe Moore - Chief Genetic Genealogist, Parabon NanoLabs, Inc.   Laura Ingle-Senior Correspondent, Fox News Channel; Twitter: @laurraingle, Instagram:@lauraingletv  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags With Joseph Scott Morgan: The Autopsy Episode - A Life Among the Dead

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 45:42


When Joseph Scott Morgan was on his first date with his wife Kim she asked him what he did for a living. When he responded by telling her that he worked for the Medical Examiner, essentially the coroner, examining dead bodies and performing autopsies, she looked at him with a puzzled expression… We all have aspects of our lives that are unusual, whether it's our family, our habits, or our jobs. But when we do these things every day, they become so normal to us that we don't even question them anymore.  In this special episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard go into depth on the touchstone of forensic death investigation: autopsies. They discuss what an autopsy is, who can order one, the different kinds, and how Joe ended up in this unique profession. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 2:07 - What is an autopsy? 4:10 - Who determines when an autopsy is done? Why would you not do one? 7:40 - Can an autopsy be done even if the family doesn't want it? 9:58 - Gloria Satterfield's cause of death 12:45 - Are there different kinds of autopsies? 17:55 - Joe's experience in the autopsy room 18:56 - What is a full autopsy and how long does it take?  26:50 - Can certain autopsies be prioritized? 30:22 - Is an autopsy considered surgery? 34:05 - How did Joseph Scott end up working in a morgue? 38:50 - Seeing bodies in all different kinds of states 41:40 - How does Joe's family deal with his line of work? 43:45 - Joe's take on his career 45:21 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
The Autopsy Episode - A Life Among the Dead

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 45:42


When Joseph Scott Morgan was on his first date with his wife Kim she asked him what he did for a living. When he responded by telling her that he worked for the Medical Examiner, essentially the coroner, examining dead bodies and performing autopsies, she looked at him with a puzzled expression… We all have aspects of our lives that are unusual, whether it's our family, our habits, or our jobs. But when we do these things every day, they become so normal to us that we don't even question them anymore.  In this special episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard go into depth on the touchstone of forensic death investigation: autopsies. They discuss what an autopsy is, who can order one, the different kinds, and how Joe ended up in this unique profession.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 2:07 - What is an autopsy? 4:10 - Who determines when an autopsy is done? Why would you not do one? 7:40 - Can an autopsy be done even if the family doesn't want it? 9:58 - Gloria Satterfield's cause of death 12:45 - Are there different kinds of autopsies? 17:55 - Joe's experience in the autopsy room 18:56 - What is a full autopsy and how long does it take?  26:50 - Can certain autopsies be prioritized? 30:22 - Is an autopsy considered surgery? 34:05 - How did Joseph Scott end up working in a morgue? 38:50 - Seeing bodies in all different kinds of states 41:40 - How does Joe's family deal with his line of work? 43:45 - Joe's take on his career 45:21 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 - Jan 03 2023

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 37:37


WSJ publishes the truth: Covid vaccines make new strains more potent. Montage of public health officials getting everything wrong on covid. Forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan, host of the Body Bags podcast on iHeart, talks with C&B about the arrest of the Idaho murder suspect. Speaker vote goes on: Can anyone get to 218? Should news orgs show video of Damar Hamlin's collapse? Buck is broadcasting today from Tallahassee, and Clay and Buck to attend DeSantis' inaugural party in Tallahassee tonight.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Something Strange Afoot - The Exceptional Case of Kleanthis Konstantinidis

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 36:49 Very Popular


In April of 2019, police are investigating the death of a man named Phillip Pointer, who's believed to have died of natural causes. When searching his property to confirm this, they stumble across a bucket, inside which they find a severed human foot. Little did they know that this foot would contain answers to a case police had been investigating for three years. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the difficulties of tracking body parts found in different locations, identifying a body, phenotyping, and more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of the case 2:48 - What the police found at the scene 5:00 - What do investigators do to determine if there are any more remains on the property? 8:50 - Figuring out who the foot belongs to 10:50 - Is there a database that tracks body parts and when they are found? 12:55 - Connecting the dots 17:00 - What was the purpose behind the crime? 18:25 - Cause of death and how it was determined 22:45 - Identifying the body parts 26:50 - Identifying tattoos 29:20 - Different types of identification 32:38 - Phenotyping 35:50 - Identifying the victimSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Something Strange Afoot - The Exceptional Case of Kleanthis Konstantinidis

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 36:49


In April of 2019, police are investigating the death of a man named Phillip Pointer, who's believed to have died of natural causes. When searching his property to confirm this, they stumble across a bucket, inside which they find a severed human foot. Little did they know that this foot would contain answers to a case police had been investigating for three years. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the difficulties of tracking body parts found in different locations, identifying a body, phenotyping, and more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of the case 2:48 - What the police found at the scene 5:00 - What do investigators do to determine if there are any more remains on the property? 8:50 - Figuring out who the foot belongs to 10:50 - Is there a database that tracks body parts and when they are found? 12:55 - Connecting the dots 17:00 - What was the purpose behind the crime? 18:25 - Cause of death and how it was determined 22:45 - Identifying the body parts 26:50 - Identifying tattoos 29:20 - Different types of identification 32:38 - Phenotyping 35:50 - Identifying the victimSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Common Sense Show
AMERICANS WILL BE COMING HOME IN BODY BAGS FROM UKRAINE & THE END OF ELECTIONS -DOUG & DAVE INTEL REPORT

The Common Sense Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 55:35


AMERICANS WILL BE COMING HOME IN BODY BAGS FROM UKRAINE & THE END OF ELECTIONS -DOUG & DAVE INTEL REPORT

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: A Deserted Desert Discovery - The Homicide of Dr. Thomas Burchard

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 43:29


On March 7, 2019 a man is driving down the road with his children in Las Vegas Valley when they notice a car with a rock thrown through its window. They call the police, and upon further inspection, a body is found in the trunk of the car with blood everywhere. The man is identified to be Dr. Thomas Burchard, a beloved child psychiatrist from Salinas, California. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the blood patterns, the evidence found inside the car, how many pieces of evidence are gathered from a crime scene, where Dr. Burchard was in his final days, and more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 2:25 - Background and overview of the case 5:12 - Blood patterns 7:15 - Determining the cause of death from blood patterns 12:10 - Gloves found inside the car 16:15 - Arson investigation 18:30 - How many pieces of evidence can be generated from a crime scene? 21:40 - The state the body is found in 25:40 - Tampering with the crime scene 27:30 - How did investigators figure out the victim had been beaten? 33:28 - Discovering where Dr. Burchard was during his final 3 days of life 37:00 - Investigators start to piece together the evidence 39:12 - Transfers of blood, swears, and wipes 42:38 - Wrap up See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tired Eyes Podcast
Inside (2007)

The Tired Eyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 70:12


This month's theme is Pregnant With Grief and this week, Courtney decided to pull Inside from 2007 directed by Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury out of the Body Bag! We also have our fantastic friend Roger back on to help us break down this insane flick! We talk about how bad the American remake is of course, and how insanely gory this movie is. We also talk about how La Femme is absolutely terrifying. Also, the pull out method works best. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/support

The Rush Limbaugh Show
Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show H3 – Dec 21 2022

The Rush Limbaugh Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 37:09


Clay welcomes Joseph Scott Morgan, forensics professor, former senior investigator with the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office in Atlanta, and host of the Body Bags podcast on iHeart, with an in-depth conversation on the Idaho quadruple murders. Clay takes your calls on the Idaho murders.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
A Deserted Desert Discovery - The Homicide of Dr. Thomas Burchard

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 43:28


On March 7, 2019 a man is driving down the road with his children in Las Vegas Valley when they notice a car with a rock thrown through its window. They call the police, and upon further inspection, a body is found in the trunk of the car with blood everywhere. The man is identified to be Dr. Thomas Burchard, a beloved child psychiatrist from Salinas, California. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the blood patterns, the evidence found inside the car, how many pieces of evidence are gathered from a crime scene, where Dr. Burchard was in his final days, and more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 2:25 - Background and overview of the case 5:12 - Blood patterns 7:15 - Determining the cause of death from blood patterns 12:10 - Gloves found inside the car 16:15 - Arson investigation 18:30 - How many pieces of evidence can be generated from a crime scene? 21:40 - The state the body is found in 25:40 - Tampering with the crime scene 27:30 - How did investigators figure out the victim had been beaten? 33:28 - Discovering where Dr. Burchard was during his final 3 days of life 37:00 - Investigators start to piece together the evidence 39:12 - Transfers of blood, swears, and wipes 42:38 - Wrap up See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ruined with Alison Leiby and Halle Kiefer

Halle and Alison spend a night in the morgue to ruin John Carpenter's Body Bags.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags With Joseph Scott Morgan: Mariticide in Ohio - The Case of Dr. Christopher Osborn

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 51:28


Dr. Christopher Osborn is found and pronounced dead in his home in Dublin, Ohio on July 18th, 2018, just after 7:30 a.m.  He had been shot in the head three times in his sleep. His wife, Holli Osborn, drunkenly calls her father to tell him that her husband is dead. Her father calls the police and shortly thereafter they arrive at the house. After finding two guns next to the bed and seeing the state of Ms. Osborn, they take her into custody and eventually charge her with the murder of her husband.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the state Dr. Osborn was murdered in, gunshot residue, how to assess a crime scene after its been altered, how the location of where Holli's DNA was found eventually proved she was the perpetrator, and more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of the case 2:43 - Evidence from the bed 6:23 - In a case like this, what evidence do you start with first? 9:28 - Who arrived at the scene first? 12:20 - Assessing the crime scene after it's been damaged 15:40 - How to tell the difference between something that was part of the crime vs. caused by first responders when they arrived at the scene 19:40 - Does the amount of blood depend on how many times you were shot or where you were shot? 29:20 - Does Dr. Osborn's physical state (sleeping) factor into his body's reaction when he was shot? 34:40 - Gunshot residue 40:43 - Are all gun powders the same? 42:30 - Distribution of gunpowder 47:00 - “10 particles” 49:35 - Holli's DNA being found on the gun and how it was proven that she was the perpetrator 50:50 - Outro  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tired Eyes Podcast
Resurrection

The Tired Eyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 68:43


This month's theme is Pregnant With Grief and this week, Jensen decided to pull Resurrection from 2022 directed by Andrew Semans out of the Body Bag! We talk about how this movie is super duper heavy and how fantastic the acting is as well. We also talk about how probably this entire months will be rough for us, but you guys know how we do. Also, gummy worm guts rule. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/support

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
The Idaho College Murders Continued - Updates and Analysis

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 41:16


Four University of Idaho students are brutally murdered in their home in Moscow, Idaho on November 13th, 2022. Police suspect that the murders occurred between 3am-4 and their bodies were discovered by a friend that same morning around noon. Investigators believe that the murder weapon was a knife of some sort. More leads have been uncovered by police and investigators in the past weeks and the hunt is still on for a primary suspect. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard continue discussing the details of this unfolding case, the DNA evidence that has been collected, details on a vehicle of interest, the odd state of lockdown at the scene of the crime, and more. Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 0:55 - Reopening the details of this  case 1:55 - Description of the vehicle of interest that police are looking for. 7:22 - How do you properly process a vehicle that may be connected to a crime? 10:55 - The volume of evidence collected so far will take some time to go through properly. 12:49 - Types of biological evidence, Blood and DNA, collected on site 16:39 - Other possible biological evidence at the scene 19:43 - How many tests will be run on these individual pieces of evidence? 23:13 - Will running tests on evidence destroy the sample you have collected? 26:04 - Confusion on the details of the weapon involved in the stabbings 29:12 - Joe's experience with grieving families 31:20 - Items returned to families immediately lose their evidentiary value in most cases 34:56 - Covering your bases as a Medical Legal Death investigator when thinking about the courtroom deposition of your findings. 36:38 - The importance of contextual location 39:56 - Joe Scott's position on the importance of doing things in the proper order 41:23 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
A Huge Problem - Body Builder Murders Ex-Wife Katie Baunach

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 41:30


Katie Baunach is last seen alive on September 29th, 2022, when she tells a friend she is going to her ex-husband's home to pick up some of her belongings. She obtained a restraining order from him the previous month after allegations he had abused one of their children. When police went to investigate the house they detected “signs of a physical struggle” and upon looking further found something much more sinister. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss how luminol is used to detect blood, the difficulties of burning a body, non-specific homicidal trauma, “roid rage”, and more.   Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of the case 2:58 - Moving of the car 5:40 - Using luminol to detect blood  12:13 - Who invented spraying blood with luminol to see it under a black light? 14:30 - The difficulties of burning a body 20:34 - Why did the barrel smell of decay? (check) 22:18 - Moving the body 24:10 - How do you determine the cause of death for a body that had been moved multiple times? 26:50 - Non-specific homicidal trauma 30:02 - Dealing with stress 30:33 - Police find suspicious substances 34:03 - What is “roid rage” and what causes it? 40:45 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Surviving the Survivor
#97 The Profile of the Idaho Killer Narrowed Down by Experts

Surviving the Survivor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 77:43


Were the Idaho student murders random, rage-filled killings? Or were the victims targeted by a madman? It's a debate that's played out on social media since early on in this case. Navy SEAL and Former FBI Special Agent Jonathan Gilliam and nationally renowned forensic expert Joseph Scott Morgan, host of Body Bags podcast, weigh in …Jonathan expounds on his controversial stance that investigators need to rule out Kaylee Goncalves' dad, Steven. Joseph explains why he thinks it's a bad idea investigators began returning personal items from the crime scene to family members. Let us never forget those young lives lost way too soon: Madison Mogen, 21, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20, and Ethan Chapin, 20. #IdahoStudentMurders#TrueCrime#Idaho4 #IdahoStudentsTrueCrime#IdahoLatest#IdahoToday #MoscowMurders#UniversityOfIdaho#STSNationFor Ad-Free & BTS Content ...Support the show https://www.patreon.com/survivingthesurvivor

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Mariticide in Ohio - The Case of Dr. Christopher Osborn

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 51:28


Dr. Christopher Osborn is found and pronounced dead in his home in Dublin, Ohio on July 18th, 2018, just after 7:30 a.m.  He had been shot in the head three times in his sleep. His wife, Holli Osborn, drunkenly calls her father to tell him that her husband is dead. Her father calls the police and shortly thereafter they arrive at the house. After finding two guns next to the bed and seeing the state of Ms. Osborn, they take her into custody and eventually charge her with the murder of her husband.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the state Dr. Osborn was murdered in, gunshot residue, how to assess a crime scene after its been altered, how the location of where Holli's DNA was found eventually proved she was the perpetrator, and more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of the case 2:43 - Evidence from the bed 6:23 - In a case like this, what evidence do you start with first? 9:28 - Who arrived at the scene first? 12:20 - Assessing the crime scene after it's been damaged 15:40 - How to tell the difference between something that was part of the crime vs. caused by first responders when they arrived at the scene 19:40 - Does the amount of blood depend on how many times you were shot or where you were shot? 29:20 - Does Dr. Osborn's physical state (sleeping) factor into his body's reaction when he was shot? 34:40 - Gunshot residue 40:43 - Are all gun powders the same? 42:30 - Distribution of gunpowder 47:00 - “10 particles” 49:35 - Holli's DNA being found on the gun and how it was proven that she was the perpetrator 50:50 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Two Linked Lives - The Heartbreaking Story of Reagan Simmons Hancock

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 36:53


Reagan Simmons Hancock, 21, is found dead in her New Boston home by her mother on the morning of October 9th, 2020. She was seven and a half months pregnant, had been stabbed over 100 times, strangled, and had her unborn child removed from her womb. The perpetrator is Taylor Parker, a friend of Hancock's, who had been faking a pregnancy for over 10 months. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the blood patterns at the crime scene, the injuries sustained by Hancock, the logistics of performing an at-home C-section, and how Parker may have gone about planning the attack.  Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Background and overview of case 3:14 - Blood patterns 4:42 - Two questions: 1. How much blood is in the human body? 2. With blood everywhere, how do you figure out where the murder actually occurred? 7:50 - Stab wounds/strangulation  10:40 - How Reagan's pregnancy factored into her murder/death 13:32 - Scalpels, surgical tools, C-sections 17:25 - Langer lines 19:50 - How did the assailant perform the C-section without harming the baby? 23:11 - Finding the perpetrator: Taylor Parker 24:10 - The placenta and Parker faking the baby's birth 27:35 - Major indicators that a woman has given birth  30:28 - What ultimately led to the death of the child? 32:30 - Wrap up and final thoughtsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tired Eyes Podcast
Hobo With a Shotgun

The Tired Eyes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 57:39


This month's theme is So Bad, It's Good and this week, Courtney decided to pull Hobo With a Shotgun from 2011 directed by Jason Eisner out of the Body Bag! We talk about the very insanely bombastic dialogue in this flick and how honestly, the Hobo is pretty dang wholesome. Also, we would probably eat broken glass for a few bucks as well. With inflation these days? C'mon man! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrightcrew/support

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
A Huge Problem - Body Builder Murders Ex-Wife Katie Baunach

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 41:30


Katie Baunach is last seen alive on September 29th, 2022, when she tells a friend she is going to her ex-husband's home to pick up some of her belongings. She obtained a restraining order from him the previous month after allegations he had abused one of their children. When police went to investigate the house they detected “signs of a physical struggle” and upon looking further found something much more sinister. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss how luminol is used to detect blood, the difficulties of burning a body, non-specific homicidal trauma, “roid rage”, and more.     Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of the case 2:58 - Moving of the car 5:40 - Using luminol to detect blood  12:13 - Who invented spraying blood with luminol to see it under a black light? 14:30 - The difficulties of burning a body 20:34 - Why did the barrel smell of decay? (check) 22:18 - Moving the body 24:10 - How do you determine the cause of death for a body that had been moved multiple times? 26:50 - Non-specific homicidal trauma 30:02 - Dealing with stress 30:33 - Police find suspicious substances 34:03 - What is “roid rage” and what causes it? 40:45 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan:The Murders of Scott Sessions and Heather Frank

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 42:45


Talented and beloved musician, Scott Sessions, is found brutally murdered in an ambush attack, his throat slashed to near decapitation. Shortly afterward, his lover, who lured him to the moment of his death, Heather Frank, is also found dead with gunshot wounds to her chest. Investigators find Heather Frank wrapped in the same burnt plastic as they found Scott Sessions. The suspect? Heather Frank's boyfriend, Kevin Eastman. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the horrific murders of Scott Sessions and Heather Frank. They delve into the mechanics of murder by an edged weapon to the throat, the pathology of an enraged killer, rendering a body by fire, and the connective evidence found at both crime scenes. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 1:00 - Introducing the deaths of Scott Sessions and Heather Frank 3:39 - The connection between Scott Sessions, Heather Frank, and Kevin Eastman 4:55 - The visibility of a toxic, abusive relationship on a body 6:54 - Anatomy of bruises and how professionals grade them in abuse cases 13:08 - What happened to Scott Sessions 14:54 - The mechanics of slitting a throat with an edged weapon 17:05 - Volume of blood within the body, types and locations of injuries that cause blood loss, and the forensic importance of a victim's blood that has pooled outside of the body  22:14 - The horrific injuries Scott Sessions sustained  27:30 -  Pathology of a killer who is full of anger and rage 29:18 - The death of Heather Frank 31:59-  Why did Heather have to die? 34:36 - The failed attempt to render down Scott's body by fire and the common evidence found on both victims 39:07 - Looking for connectivity/tieback in forensics: evidence found at both crime scenes 41:57 - The discovery of Scott Sessions and Heather Frank's bodies 43:57 - The conviction of Kevin Eastman  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags: Four Dead Students in Moscow, Idaho - The Search for a Killer Continues

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 2:19


Listen to the full episode in the 'Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan' podcast feed. Four University of Idaho students are brutally murdered in their home in Moscow, Idaho on November 13th, 2022. In a brand new episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the gruesome nature of this case, the murder weapon, making sense of the chaos of the crime scene, what police are looking for in the surveillance footage, and more. Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/body-bags-with-joseph-scott-morgan/id1587763116?i=1000587127314 Listen on iHeart Podcasts: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-body-bags-with-joseph-scot-87375583/episode/four-dead-students-in-moscow-104974629/ Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4hYySrxyohdgOvkfHillx6?si=9593b6f946ea4625  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Four Dead Students in Moscow, Idaho - The Search for a Killer Continues

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 40:33


Four University of Idaho students are brutally murdered in their home in Moscow, Idaho on November 13th, 2022. Police suspect that the murder took place between 3am-4 and their bodies are discovered by a friend that same morning around noon. Investigators believe that the murder weapon was a knife of some sort. This case is still unfolding.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the gruesome nature of this case, the murder weapon, making sense of the chaos of the crime scene, what police are looking for in the surveillance footage, and more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:25 - Background and overview of case 2:26 - The police not knowing what they were walking into 6:20 - Side door being the point of entry 8:30 - Signs of forced entry, the window, and how it could have been pried open 10:07 - Light sources 12:30 - Two roommates who survived, who was stabbed first, the murder weapon 18:26 - The style of weapon suggests that this was a targeted attack 21:34 - How do we tell who was stabbed first and what are we going to find on the other victims? 26:38 - Making sense of the chaos 28:05 - Co-mingling of blood, actions of the perpetrator, finding the knife 31:54 - Other injuries to expect in this case 35:38 - What exactly are the police looking for in the video surveillance footage? 40:38 - OutroSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: A Horrifying Discovery in the Woods - The Death of Cairo Jordan

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 44:52


On April 16th, 2022 a mushroom hunter calls 911 to tell them he's found an abandoned suitcase in the middle of the woods. Inside the suitcase is the body of a young boy. The boy is later identified as 5-year-old Cairo Ammar Jordan from Atlanta, Georgia. He was never reported missing.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the state of Cairo's body when it was found, his cause of death, how police process a crime scene like this, what it's like to discover a body, and much more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:57 - Background and overview of the case 3:10 - How did they get Cairo into the suitcase? 7:25 - The state of Cairo's body when found 10:45 - Discovering bodies 14:55 - How do police begin processing a scene like this?  18:15 - Joe describes the tests done on evidence found 21:30 - The inside of the suitcase 27:30 - Pulling fingerprints and finding the crime scene as the perpetrator left it 31:35 - Cairo's cause of death  35:45 - How does an electrolyte imbalance kill you? 38:10 - Viral gastroenteritis  43:10 - Wrap up  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Two Linked Lives - The Heartbreaking Story of Reagan Simmons Hancock

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 36:53


Reagan Simmons Hancock, 21, is found dead in her New Boston home by her mother on the morning of October 9th, 2020. She was seven and a half months pregnant, had been stabbed over 100 times, strangled, and had her unborn child removed from her womb. The perpetrator is Taylor Parker, a friend of Hancock's, who had been faking a pregnancy for over 10 months. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the blood patterns at the crime scene, the injuries sustained by Hancock, the logistics of performing an at-home C-section, and how Parker may have gone about planning the attack.    Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:18 - Background and overview of case 3:14 - Blood patterns 4:42 - Two questions: 1. How much blood is in the human body? 2. With blood everywhere, how do you figure out where the murder actually occurred? 7:50 - Stab wounds/strangulation  10:40 - How Reagan's pregnancy factored into her murder/death 13:32 - Scalpels, surgical tools, C-sections 17:25 - Langer lines 19:50 - How did the assailant perform the C-section without harming the baby? 23:11 - Finding the perpetrator: Taylor Parker 24:10 - The placenta and Parker faking the baby's birth 27:35 - Major indicators that a woman has given birth  30:28 - What ultimately led to the death of the child? 32:30 - Wrap up and final thoughtsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Four Men on Bikes - A Mysterious Quadruple Homicide in Oklahoma

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 46:37


Four men in Okmulgee, Oklahoma leave a friend's house on bikes on the evening of October 9th, 2022. Investigators believe that these men intended to commit a crime, or series of crimes. They are soon reported missing. On October 14th, their bodies are found in Deep For River having been shot and dismembered. After looking into the case officials believe that this act was premeditated.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the overt violence of the murder, how to track a bicycle, how you distinguish between blood types, how investigators retrieve body parts, and much more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:12 - Background and overview of the case 3:20 - How do you track a bicycle? 9:45 - How do you calculate how far to extend your search? 12:10 - Police using tracking information to find the victims 15:30 - Bodies dumped in the river 16:15 - How is it physically possible to kill four men in a short period of time? 20:35 - What exactly is “a violent act”? 24:15 -  The steps taken in an autopsy to distinguish between blood types 29:00 - What do two different blood types look like on a slide? 30:58 - Visual deception 32:10 - Would the victim's skeleton be visible by this point? 36:10 - How does the gruesome state of the victim's bodies interfere with being able to figure out what happened to them? 39:40 - How do you retrieve body parts and keep them in the state they're found? 46:05 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Glen Macnow & Ray Didinger on 94WIP

Our Shibe moment takes us back to another MNF game vs. Washington.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
A Horrifying Discovery in the Woods - The Death of Cairo Jordan

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 44:52


On April 16th, 2022 a mushroom hunter calls 911 to tell them he's found an abandoned suitcase in the middle of the woods. Inside the suitcase is the body of a young boy. The boy is later identified as 5-year-old Cairo Ammar Jordan from Atlanta, Georgia. He was never reported missing.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the state of Cairo's body when it was found, his cause of death, how police process a crime scene like this, what it's like to discover a body, and much more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:57 - Background and overview of the case 3:10 - How did they get Cairo into the suitcase? 7:25 - The state of Cairo's body when found 10:45 - Discovering bodies 14:55 - How do police begin processing a scene like this?  18:15 - Joe describes the tests done on evidence found 21:30 - The inside of the suitcase 27:30 - Pulling fingerprints and finding the crime scene as the perpetrator left it 31:35 - Cairo's cause of death  35:45 - How does an electrolyte imbalance kill you? 38:10 - Viral gastroenteritis  43:10 - Wrap up  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan:Trapped in a Suitcase - The Murder of Jorge Torres Jr.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 39:28


Sarah Boone calls authorities to report that her boyfriend, Jorge Torres Jr. is dead in their home in Winter Park, Florida. The couple had been drinking the night before and thought it would be “funny” if Mr. Torres crawled inside a suitcase and Ms.Boone zipped him inside. She then goes upstairs and passes out in her bed. When she woke up the next morning she finds Torres still in the suitcase and unresponsive. After police uncovered video from Boone's phone with Torres yelling Boones name and attempting to escape, they charge her with second-degree murder. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss what happens to your body when it's deprived of oxygen, positional vs. compression asphyxiation, how much of a role the couple's alcohol consumption played into the case, injuries sustained by Mr. Torres, and much more.  Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:40 - Background and overview of case 3:25 - Cause of death 5:40 - Positional asphyxiation 8:00 - What volume of oxygen does your brain require? 10:30 - What does lack of oxygen do to your body? 15:45 - How is it exactly that lack of oxygen makes you die? 18:05 - Fear of running out of oxygen 20:25 - Other items found in the suitcase 23:25 - Compression asphyxia vs. Positional asphyxia 26:35 - How compressed does your chest have to be for asphyxiation to occur? 28:45 - How much of a role did alcohol play in this case? 30:55 - Discovering a body in a suitcase 31:35 - Injuries Mr. Torres sustained 35:40 - Could Torres have gotten out of the suitcase? 37:55 - History of domestic violence 39:14 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Four Men on Bikes - A Mysterious Quadruple Homicide in Oklahoma

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 46:37


Four men in Okmulgee, Oklahoma leave a friend's house on bikes on the evening of October 9th, 2022. Investigators believe that these men intended to commit a crime, or series of crimes. They are soon reported missing. On October 14th, their bodies are found in Deep For River having been shot and dismembered. After looking into the case officials believe that this act was premeditated.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the overt violence of the murder, how to track a bicycle, how you distinguish between blood types, how investigators retrieve body parts, and much more.   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:12 - Background and overview of the case 3:20 - How do you track a bicycle? 9:45 - How do you calculate how far to extend your search? 12:10 - Police using tracking information to find the victims 15:30 - Bodies dumped in the river 16:15 - How is it physically possible to kill four men in a short period of time? 20:35 - What exactly is “a violent act”? 24:15 -  The steps taken in an autopsy to distinguish between blood types 29:00 - What do two different blood types look like on a slide? 30:58 - Visual deception 32:10 - Would the victim's skeleton be visible by this point? 36:10 - How does the gruesome state of the victim's bodies interfere with being able to figure out what happened to them? 39:40 - How do you retrieve body parts and keep them in the state they're found? 46:05 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Suicide by Overdose or Something Far More Sinister - The Murder of

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 40:37


On Jan. 18, 2021, 46-year-old Francis Kelly's body was discovered. Police find Kelly on his couch, in his home, and a bag of cocaine underneath him. The unexpected autopsy says he died of strangulation. All while during a heated custody battle between Kelly and Littlefield.   In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss how Francis Kelly's death was ultimately a staged overdose, the significant differences between fentanyl and cocaine, how the body reacts to the different drugs, why strangulation was not obvious to investigators, and much more!  Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Introduction to Body Bags with forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and producer Jackie Howard  0:36 - Brief overview of the homicide case involving victim Francis Kelly 1:14 - Introduction of CrimeOnline's Jackie Howard 2:09 - When Francis Kelly's body was discovered, police found him on his couch in his home and a bag of cocaine underneath him 2:57 - The difference between fentanyl and cocaine 4:32 - Left ventricular hypertrophy 8:11 - Fentanyl was originally developed as a partner for surgical use 10:00 - How fentanyl works within the body vs. cocaine  11:08 - Narcan and its uses 16:03 - Questions: How did he get the fentanyl in his body? Is that a normal way of taking fentanyl? Is that way going to have a different reaction in the body? Would he have tasted it? Does ingesting it offer a different kind of effect?   19:26 - What is skin popping? 24:52 - “There is nothing as an investigator that will make you stop cold in your tracks than an unexpected result at autopsy. It's something that makes you question your abilities. It's something that makes you question the care that you took with the case because this is key: Once the scene has been left, the body has been removed from the scene, and can never reset.” 25:34 - Autopsy reports that Kelly was in fact strangled and did not OD as suspected  26:32 - Question: Kelly was strangled with a tie. Why was that not originally obvious? Specifically, because ligature marks typically leave a mark   31:51 - We later find out that Kelly's death was a result of a custody dispute between Littlefield and Kelly. Littlefield claimed Kelly was abusive 32:22 - Question: The other thing that we find out, which I find very interesting and kind of explains some things about the cocaine, knowing that he died from fentanyl and that it was cocaine that was found. We're looking at a good case of staging here, aren't we, Joe? 38:57 - The verdict is in 39:28 - Heidi Littlefield was sentenced to 115 years in a state prison, which included 60 years for murder. 20 years for attempted poisonings, and 35 years for conspiracy to commit murder resulting in a death  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Trapped in a Suitcase - The Murder of Jorge Torres Jr.

Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 39:08


Sarah Boone calls authorities to report that her boyfriend, Jorge Torres Jr. is dead in their home in Winter Park, Florida. The couple had been drinking the night before and thought it would be “funny” if Mr. Torres crawled inside a suitcase and Ms.Boone zipped him inside. She then goes upstairs and passes out in her bed. When she woke up the next morning she finds Torres still in the suitcase and unresponsive. After police uncovered video from Boone's phone with Torres yelling Boones name and attempting to escape, they charge her with second-degree murder. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss what happens to your body when it's deprived of oxygen, positional vs. compression asphyxiation, how much of a role the couple's alcohol consumption played into the case, injuries sustained by Mr. Torres, and much more.    Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:40 - Background and overview of case 3:25 - Cause of death 5:40 - Positional asphyxiation 8:00 - What volume of oxygen does your brain require? 10:30 - What does lack of oxygen do to your body? 15:45 - How is it exactly that lack of oxygen makes you die? 18:05 - Fear of running out of oxygen 20:25 - Other items found in the suitcase 23:25 - Compression asphyxia vs. Positional asphyxia 26:35 - How compressed does your chest have to be for asphyxiation to occur? 28:45 - How much of a role did alcohol play in this case? 30:55 - Discovering a body in a suitcase 31:35 - Injuries Mr. Torres sustained 35:40 - Could Torres have gotten out of the suitcase? 37:55 - History of domestic violence 39:14 - Wrap upSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: DNA and The Murder of Nancy Anderson

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 51:02


On January 7th, 1972, Nancy Anderson, 19, is found dead in her Waikiki apartment with over 60 stab wounds. The case goes cold for fifty years until new DNA technology and detective work leads to the arrest of a suspect: Tudor Chirila Jr. In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the lack of evidence the crime scene, why Nancy's roommate thought this might have been a suicide, distinguishing between stab wounds, how phenotyping lead to the breakthrough in this case, and much more.    Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 2:37 - Background and overview of case 4:15 - How do you investigate a case once it's gone cold? 7:20 - Stab wounds 11:30 - No evidence of foul play at the crime scene 15:45 - The roommate and thinking Nancy had comitted suicide  18:40 - Water running in the bathroom 21:00 - How do you distinguish between wounds? 24:40 - The salesman as suspects 26:35 - Bathrooms as a popular crime scene 30:05 - Blood testing process 35:35 - How do you preserve evidence? 41:17 - What is Phenotyping and how did it help the investigation? 47:55 - Genealogy and a son 49:20 - The suspect is found 50:43 - Wrap up See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Eliza Fletcher Mother, Teacher, Heiress, and Victim

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 44:49


Eliza Fletcher, a Memphis teacher and mother, is reported missing the morning of September 2, 2022 after she doesn't return home from her morning jog. A search is launched shortly thereafter and comes to an end on September 5th when her body is found by police. Suspect, Cleotha Abston has been arrested and charged for her murder.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss what the autopsy report shows, what her cause of death was determined to be, what drugs were found in her system, and more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart   Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 0:50 - Background and overview of case 1:42 - The autopsy report: how you read it and what you learn from it 16:17 - Eliza's cause of death 22:16 - What the gunshot wound tells us 26:23 - Internal and external beveling 28:03 - Le Fort fracture 32:25 - Submission 34:10 - Fentanyl  40:13 - Was Eliza Fletcher raped? 43:36 - Wrap up See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Double-Homicide on Campus The Murder of Dr. Beth Potter and her Husband Robin Ca

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 37:14


It's the morning of March 31st, 2020. A jogger finds Dr. Beth Potter and her husband Robin Carre shot in the head execution-style in University of Wisconsin Arboretum. Carre is pronounced dead on the scene by police while his wife, who was still alive, was rushed to the hospital where she also dies. Initially the police believed this to be a random homicide, but after reviewing video surveillance and GPS data, they redirect their sights on a potential suspect: Khari Sanford - the boyfriend of the victim's adopted daughter Mimi.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss the gruesome nature of this case, how the cooler temperature affected the crime scene (specifically, the blood), how conscious Dr. Potter was for the hours that she was alive after the attack and the motive of the suspect.  Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:32 - Background and overview of the case 5:21 - Did Robin Carre die from his gunshot wound/was it exacerbated from the cold temperature? 7:23 - Was Dr. Potter really still breathing when they found her? 9:34 - The significance of the area where you're shot 12:01 - How do we know the victims were killed on the pathway where they were found? 16:15 - Would the cooler temperatures affect the state of the blood found at the crime scene? 18:26 - Shell casings 21:10 - Was Dr. Potter in and out of consciousness the whole night before she was found? 25:14 - Finding the suspect, Khari Sanford (the boyfriend of the victim's daughter) 29:41 - Hearsay and the weight is has in a court of law 33:20 - Sanford and Mimi (the victim's daughter) reportedly spoke of the parents having “bands of money” and that they were “rich”  36:35 - Wrap up and final detailsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan: Staging a Murder-Suicide -The Familial Murder of Pamela and Helen Hargan

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 46:59


Pamela Hargan and her daughter Helen were found dead in their home in McLean, Virginia, the victims of an apparent murder-suicide, in July 2017. Once police investigated further, they realized that the crime scene had been staged and this was a homicide that they were looking at. Eventually, police narrowed it down to one prime suspect - Pamela's oldest daughter Megan.  In this episode of Body Bags, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan and Jackie Howard discuss how the police realized the crime scene was staged, the significance of where the gun was found, blood spatter patterns, how they came to suspect Pamela's oldest daughter Megan, and much more. Subscribe to Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan : Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Show Notes: 0:00 - Intro 1:32 - Background and overview of the case 3:35 - How did the police know that the crime scene had been staged? 7:05 - The significance of the location where the gun was found  10:08 - The forces of gravity and homicide v. suicide investigations 15:45 - Gunshot residue 19:30 -  Blood spatter pattern 25:20 - After recreating the crime scene, what did they discover about Pamela's death? 29:55 - What happens when someone is shot in the head? 34:30 - Pamela's oldest daughter, Megan, is charged with the murder 38:35 - Megan's phone call to her boyfriend 40:00 - After the police realized the crime scene was staged, how did they start investigating the case as a homicide? 44:25 -  Wrapping up and final details of the caseSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.