On Christmas Eve, 1975, four people were murdered in Winter Garden Florida inside the Zeigler furniture store. Tommy Zeigler, who by that time, was the president of Zeiglers was arrested, tried and convicted of the murders. The victims that night included Tommy's wife Eunice, Eunice's father and mother, and a family friend named Charlie Mays. Many individuals had something to say about the events that transpired that night. And, as often happens, there were many different variations regarding what transpired. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss this tragic quadruple murder. Did Tommy Zeigler murder four people that night or was he wrongfully convicted? Tommy has spent over 40 years on death row but has never stopped fighting his conviction. DNA may ultimately either prove Tommy guilty or prove that he is an innocent man. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology
17-year-old Brianna Maitland disappeared from a small town in Vermont on March 19, 2004, Brianna vanished after leaving her job at the Black Lantern Inn. Her car was later found backed into an abandoned house. This is just one of many bizarre events surrounding Brianna's disappearance. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the disappearance of Brianna Maitland. Brianna's father Bruce joined us for this episode to help shed light on the facts and rumors surrounding her disappearance. This is a very high-profile missing person case in the Northeast part of the United States. Some people have tried to link Brianna's disappearance with that of Maura Murray who disappeared from the Northeast about a month before Brianna. Many have also tried to link Brianna's disappearance with the activities of serial killer Israel Keyes. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology
Cindy James and John Lang
In this episode, we're discussing two separate cases of individuals who were extremely paranoid about the events taking place around them. Both individuals were found dead in very suspicious manners. Cindy James was a woman who had reported to police over 100 suspicious events and 5 attacks. She said she was receiving threatening phone calls and letters. John Lang was a man who was convinced that police were watching his every move. He went as far as videotaping the men he witnessed outside his home and uploaded the videos to YouTube. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss these two fascinating and tragic cases. In the case of Cindy James, the big questions involve whether or not her reports were real. Was Cindy James being harassed, stalked and attacked? Or, was she fabricating these events to make it look that way. If it was the latter, why did she end up dead? And with John Lang, was his paranoia justified or just a serious of strange coincidences? You can view John's videos for yourself. And if John had a right to be paranoid, was the reason behind his paranoia the cause for his death? You can support the show at
Anne Marie Fahey
Anne Marie Fahey was a 30-year-old woman who disappeared in 1996 after having dinner with an attorney named Thomas Capano. Anne Marie had previously had an affair with the married Capano, but at the time of her disappearance, she was dating a man she called the love of her life. But, Thomas Capano was not happy that their physical relationship had ended. As police began the investigation into Anne Marie's disappearance, they began to look at Thomas Capano as their #1 suspect. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss the tragic death of Anne Marie Fahey. The details behind what happened to her are shocking. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology
Who Shot Terry Nero?
In 2010, Terry Nero was shot in the face through his kitchen window. He was shot while talking to his mother by someone using a rifle while standing in Terry's backyard. Terry suffered massive injuries but doctors managed to save his life. The question, in this case, is who wanted Terry dead and why. Join Mike and Morf as they discuss Terry Nero's case. Terry had been embroiled in a court battle and he believes that he knows who was behind the attempt on his life. Terry joined us for this episode to help shed light on his attack and the circumstances that surrounded it. You can help support the show at patreon.com/criminology