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Crimelines True Crime

Jan 31, 2022

This is a short history series. Regular true crime content will return next week.


Sign language in the present-day United States existed before American Sign Language. This episode goes over Plains Sign Talk as well as the communities of Martha's Vineyard, Henniker, and Sandy River.

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Jan 24, 2022

When Darlene VanderGiesen went missing after work in 2006, the Deaf community of Sioux Falls rallied around her family. But when the investigation pointed to someone within their circle, the conversation began over how the legal system accommodates Deaf suspects.

This case is *solved*

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Jan 19, 2022

Please listen to The Burger Chef episode first! 

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When a crime scene is contaminated, crucial evidence is lost and the investigation struggles to make up for that lost ground. But what happens when a crime has two vital scenes and both are contaminated? You end up with a 40 year cold...


Jan 17, 2022

When a crime scene is contaminated, crucial evidence is lost and the investigation struggles to make up for that lost ground. But what happens when a crime has two vital scenes and both are contaminated? You end up with a 40 year cold case. 

Lesser known case write ups: https://www.reddit.com/user/TheBonesOfAutumn/

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Jan 10, 2022

In 1990, a kidnapped teen broke free from her captor and ran to the police. What they uncovered was a serial killer… according to some. Others believe it was just one piece of a human trafficking ring. More than 30 years later, the answer remains unclear. 

This case is *disputed*

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