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  • Emily McClure
    Emily McClure
    All I can think of is how similar this guy seems to Dean Corll. Hard agree on making sure kids know that no adult should want to be their friend

    All I can think of is how similar this guy seems to Dean Corll. Hard agree on making sure kids know that no adult should want to be their friend

  • Helsey
    Helsey Australia
    OMG I haven't even listened yet I read the intro n got so excited I don't know this case n that's very rare but of course if any one was going to surprise me 💯 it was going to be our fearless leaders 🔍🎤🎧 ill be back im off to listen 🎧

    OMG I haven't even listened yet I read the intro n got so excited I don't know this case n that's very rare but of course if any one was going to surprise me 💯 it was going to be our fearless leaders 🔍🎤🎧 ill be back im off to listen 🎧

  • Nicole
    Nicole Washington
    The ol’captain was on fire during episode 1!! 🤣

    The ol’captain was on fire during episode 1!! 🤣

  • Slatts
    Slatts McCracker
    Great Episode - had never heard of this guy One point: You may have given Moust too much credit re not wanting to be let out on parol. A lot of time these folk would rather serve their full sentence and not be subject to any parol conditions / monitoring (which can extend beyond the length of the original sentence). If he only had a year of a four year sentence to serve, he probably thought that was a better option then 5-10 years of parol conditions. I think the system has changed now in a lot of jurisdictions, but in Moust’s time this may have been his real motivation. And we still have 7/11s down under Cheers

    Great Episode - had never heard of this guy

    One point: You may have given Moust too much credit re not wanting to be let out on parol. A lot of time these folk would rather serve their full sentence and not be subject to any parol conditions / monitoring (which can extend beyond the length of the original sentence).

    If he only had a year of a four year sentence to serve, he probably thought that was a better option then 5-10 years of parol conditions. I think the system has changed now in a lot of jurisdictions, but in Moust’s time this may have been his real motivation.

    And we still have 7/11s down under

    Cheers

  • Peter
    Peter UpstateNY
    Sup y'all, me again with the free jokes. It seems a lotta David Maust's crime problems started in Germany after Jimmy caught him doing some Flicky-Flicky. If you're not sure what that means, in this case it means Maust-urbating. That's enough for now. Thanks again for another show! I jones every Tuesday for a new ep. Keep up the funny, Cap, and, Nic, keep up the facts focus path. Appreciate ya's

    Sup y'all, me again with the free jokes. It seems a lotta David Maust's crime problems started in Germany after Jimmy caught him doing some Flicky-Flicky. If you're not sure what that means, in this case it means Maust-urbating. That's enough for now.
    Thanks again for another show! I jones every Tuesday for a new ep. Keep up the funny, Cap, and, Nic, keep up the facts focus path. Appreciate ya's

  • Pedro
    Pedro Alberta, Canada
    LOL Nick Nolte/Road Warrior...NAILED IT!

    LOL Nick Nolte/Road Warrior...NAILED IT!

  • Heather
    Heather Arkansas
    Is there any way to stop the so-called Captain from constantly interrupting? It's baffling that he's even on the show.

    Is there any way to stop the so-called Captain from constantly interrupting? It's baffling that he's even on the show.

  • Pamela
    Pamela Parts Unkown
    Great episodes! @Heather, it would be a pretty dull show if it was only Nic talking about the case.... No offence, Nic! You both bring different things to the podcast and that's why it works so well.

    Great episodes!

    @Heather, it would be a pretty dull show if it was only Nic talking about the case.... No offence, Nic! You both bring different things to the podcast and that's why it works so well.

  • RACHEL
    RACHEL O-H-I-O
    This was an interesting case. I would agree that he was not remorseful. he Greek verb for remorse and repent means to change your mind, and it embodies the connotation of a 180 degree turn. You once viewed the world looking east, and you turn around completely and changed your mind, you are now looking west. It involves owning up to one's choices, not just denouncing them. This guy believed that being released from prions and murdering people was mutually exclusive, as if he had no choice in the matter. If you believe you have no choice, you cannot feel remorse. I believe his psyche (another great Greek word :)) was fractured, without a doubt. But until you feel an onus, you cannot feel remorse.

    This was an interesting case. I would agree that he was not remorseful. he Greek verb for remorse and repent means to change your mind, and it embodies the connotation of a 180 degree turn. You once viewed the world looking east, and you turn around completely and changed your mind, you are now looking west. It involves owning up to one's choices, not just denouncing them. This guy believed that being released from prions and murdering people was mutually exclusive, as if he had no choice in the matter. If you believe you have no choice, you cannot feel remorse. I believe his psyche (another great Greek word smile) was fractured, without a doubt. But until you feel an onus, you cannot feel remorse.

  • Milly
    Milly Queensland Australia
    I luv this podcast one of the best I’m hooked Keep it coming !!!!

    I luv this podcast one of the best
    I’m hooked
    Keep it coming !!!!

  • Christie Groves
    Christie Groves Seattle, WA
    Rarely, do I find myself having empathy for serial killers or any killer, I however have understanding for some. I remember many, many years ago, I read a book about serial killer/pedophile Wesley Allan Dode, and I actually felt bad for him, because similar things had happened to him as with Krazy- with a K, Dave. I feel like the system failed Dave, and Dave knew it. I think his only option to freedom from this Demon was to kill himself because he didn't want to kill again when the Demon came. This was a great episode, I had never heard about this killer before. "For the thing I greatly feared has come upon me. And what I dreaded has happened to me, I am not at ease, nor am I quiet; I have no rest, for trouble comes." - Job 3:25,26

    Rarely, do I find myself having empathy for serial killers or any killer, I however have understanding for some. I remember many, many years ago, I read a book about serial killer/pedophile Wesley Allan Dode, and I actually felt bad for him, because similar things had happened to him as with Krazy- with a K, Dave. I feel like the system failed Dave, and Dave knew it. I think his only option to freedom from this Demon was to kill himself because he didn't want to kill again when the Demon came. This was a great episode, I had never heard about this killer before.
    "For the thing I greatly feared has come upon me. And what I dreaded has happened to me, I am not at ease, nor am I quiet; I have no rest, for trouble comes." - Job 3:25,26

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    To be honest I'm not sure that I would be able to bring the same energy to the show if I were sitting by myself or with someone that is anything less than the Captain. Cheers Nic

    To be honest I'm not sure that I would be able to bring the same energy to the show if I were sitting by myself or with someone that is anything less than the Captain.
    Cheers Nic

  • Christie Groves
    Christie Groves Seattle, Washington
    Nic- I know what you mean. I like to think of you and The Captain as Felix Unger, and Oscar Madison, the Tony Randall, Jack Klugman version. Heck- speaking of Jack Klugman, you're The Captains Sam Fujiyama and he's your Quincy.

    Nic- I know what you mean. I like to think of you and The Captain as Felix Unger, and Oscar Madison, the Tony Randall, Jack Klugman version. Heck- speaking of Jack Klugman, you're The Captains Sam Fujiyama and he's your Quincy.

  • Justin R.
    Justin R. Kentucky
    Please apologize to the Captain, so-called Heather.

    Please apologize to the Captain, so-called Heather.

  • Alisa
    Alisa Minnysota
    I had never heard of this guy before these episodes. Super interesting and my opinion - definitely no remorse for what he did over the years. Side note - I dated someone with the same last name from the same area as David was born, so that’s not weird or anything 😅

    I had never heard of this guy before these episodes. Super interesting and my opinion - definitely no remorse for what he did over the years. Side note - I dated someone with the same last name from the same area as David was born, so that’s not weird or anything 😅

  • Heather
    Heather Arkansas
    Hey. I get it! You're a good friend, and that's admirable! But I hear you on other shows as a "guest" and you completely save the "host". So, as a listener and a huge fan, I'm just wildly distracted when the natural flow - your natural narration and pace - is pointlessly interrupted with inane, vulgar, and juvenile commentary. And I'm no prude, for fuck's sake.

    Hey. I get it! You're a good friend, and that's admirable! But I hear you on other shows as a "guest" and you completely save the "host". So, as a listener and a huge fan, I'm just wildly distracted when the natural flow - your natural narration and pace - is pointlessly interrupted with inane, vulgar, and juvenile commentary. And I'm no prude, for fuck's sake.

  • Helsey
    Helsey Australia
    I think his mother was onto something in saying he was born evil n I think his daddy agreed cos he didn't bother once he left I also think that many children have funked up childhoods n most go on to live a normal life I did n as for head injuries im a 💯 sure females had these injuries to but yeah didn't make them killer goodness me they are wot they are n they did wot they all did by choice there's no excuse absolutely none. Those boys would have trusted him ( cos he played them) n thought he was cool n they we're in turn cool can u image the scene when they realised wot he truly was ong those poor boys .to kill is bad but to play them as he did he's nothing more than a dogs butt worm thank God he off'd himself cos there's enough shit on this earth as it is as u say nic " don't litter" n that butt worm was maggot filled trash... ⚰👏👏

    I think his mother was onto something in saying he was born evil n I think his daddy agreed cos he didn't bother once he left I also think that many children have funked up childhoods n most go on to live a normal life I did n as for head injuries im a 💯 sure females had these injuries to but yeah didn't make them killer goodness me they are wot they are n they did wot they all did by choice there's no excuse absolutely none. Those boys would have trusted him ( cos he played them) n thought he was cool n they we're in turn cool can u image the scene when they realised wot he truly was ong those poor boys .to kill is bad but to play them as he did he's nothing more than a dogs butt worm thank God he off'd himself cos there's enough shit on this earth as it is as u say nic " don't litter" n that butt worm was maggot filled trash... ⚰👏👏

  • Aine Walsh
    Aine Walsh
    Quick question, I’m a brand new listener so forgive my ignorance, but do you guys ever take story suggestions? I’ve never heard a podcast about my neighbor growing up. Her name was Autumn Wallace, she was 9 years old. She was home alone in Anaheim, CA (I was home right next door when it happened) her sisters 18 year old female friend knocked on the door, Autumn let her in because she knew her and the sister’s friend stabbed Autumn to death. Rosie Alfaro was the first woman (teen) in orange county California to receive the death penalty. The story has a lot of reeeally crazy twists to it as well. Rosie is still sitting on death row, she was a drug addict at 13, prostitute at 14, single mom at 15. I still have Autumn’s stuffed Mickey Mouse that her mom gave me after her death. It would truly make an AMAZING episode!

    Quick question, I’m a brand new listener so forgive my ignorance, but do you guys ever take story suggestions? I’ve never heard a podcast about my neighbor growing up. Her name was Autumn Wallace, she was 9 years old. She was home alone in Anaheim, CA (I was home right next door when it happened) her sisters 18 year old female friend knocked on the door, Autumn let her in because she knew her and the sister’s friend stabbed Autumn to death. Rosie Alfaro was the first woman (teen) in orange county California to receive the death penalty. The story has a lot of reeeally crazy twists to it as well. Rosie is still sitting on death row, she was a drug addict at 13, prostitute at 14, single mom at 15. I still have Autumn’s stuffed Mickey Mouse that her mom gave me after her death. It would truly make an AMAZING episode!

  • LeMarie Lopez
    LeMarie Lopez
    LIKE ALWAYS 👏👏👏

    LIKE ALWAYS 👏👏👏

  • Amy
    Amy KCMO
    What a great couple episodes guys!!! The jokes were on point Captain lol What a CREEP this guy was. I never heard of this case before. He definitely reminds me of Gacy! Or Dean Corll. I am still surprised these boys parents didn't try harder to keep their kids away from him. But maybe they did. Who knows. It's just so sad he said he chose his victims by looking for kids who didn't have parents around. I ran around the neighborhood all the time w my friends. Sad he killed himself. What a cowards way out

    What a great couple episodes guys!!! The jokes were on point Captain lol

    What a CREEP this guy was. I never heard of this case before. He definitely reminds me of Gacy! Or Dean Corll. I am still surprised these boys parents didn't try harder to keep their kids away from him. But maybe they did. Who knows. It's just so sad he said he chose his victims by looking for kids who didn't have parents around. I ran around the neighborhood all the time w my friends.

    Sad he killed himself. What a cowards way out

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Thank you for the case suggestion Aine and welcome to the garage. Cheers Nic

    Thank you for the case suggestion Aine and welcome to the garage.
    Cheers Nic

  • Sophie
    Sophie Australia
    Commenting to say thanks for this episode and also to say the Captain is awesome and the show would not be the same without your specific duo dynamic. I often align more with Nic versus the captain but that doesn’t mean I don’t value having both perspectives and also the little moments of banter. Thank you for sticking with what works for those of us who love it!

    Commenting to say thanks for this episode and also to say the Captain is awesome and the show would not be the same without your specific duo dynamic. I often align more with Nic versus the captain but that doesn’t mean I don’t value having both perspectives and also the little moments of banter. Thank you for sticking with what works for those of us who love it!

  • Aine Walsh
    Aine Walsh
    Ooooh Heather! Noooo! The first few episodes I listened to, I was a little baffled by the captain, he really is so much like my husband and I find myself rolling my eyes at some of his comments, but then I found myself waiting to hear the captain chime in! He adds a very unique dynamic to the show. He adds a little light to very dark topics. He grows on you, and he’s kinda handsome too!

    Ooooh Heather! Noooo! The first few episodes I listened to, I was a little baffled by the captain, he really is so much like my husband and I find myself rolling my eyes at some of his comments, but then I found myself waiting to hear the captain chime in! He adds a very unique dynamic to the show. He adds a little light to very dark topics. He grows on you, and he’s kinda handsome too!

  • Laura T
    Laura T Naples
    Great episode! I wanted to chime in that I really loved the Captain's take on the suspect. It really explains the repeated "double jeopardy" comments laced throughout the questioning. If he is man of means than he would have access to a good legal defense. I just have a feeling the cops know who this is. They are keeping a close eye and making sure they have all their ducks in a row there is no way he will get off. This guy is getting cocky and confident. Maybe the police are doing it on purpose luring him into a false sense of security and he will slip up. Do you have thoughts on if he may have been part of the search party as well. Giving him an excuse to have DNA at the crime scene?

    Great episode! I wanted to chime in that I really loved the Captain's take on the suspect. It really explains the repeated "double jeopardy" comments laced throughout the questioning. If he is man of means than he would have access to a good legal defense. I just have a feeling the cops know who this is. They are keeping a close eye and making sure they have all their ducks in a row there is no way he will get off. This guy is getting cocky and confident. Maybe the police are doing it on purpose luring him into a false sense of security and he will slip up. Do you have thoughts on if he may have been part of the search party as well. Giving him an excuse to have DNA at the crime scene?

  • Debby Sullivan
    Debby Sullivan
    Great episode, as usual... this is one I had never heard of. Captain, you had me ROFL with your commentary- "rub and tug" 🤣🤣 and maybe I'm childish... but how can yunz do bra commercials with a straight face?? Again, great telling of a sad story Slainte Debby

    Great episode, as usual... this is one I had never heard of. Captain, you had me ROFL with your commentary- "rub and tug" 🤣🤣 and maybe I'm childish... but how can yunz do bra commercials with a straight face?? Again, great telling of a sad story
    Slainte
    Debby

  • B
    B VA
    I enjoy both of you! I don’t know how you, Nic, don’t laugh at some of Captain’s jokes. I like that you forge forward with the story at the same time. I also find myself agreeing with C on many points. I also laugh when C repays what you just said. Was he sleeping? There is a slight humor to what seems to be you two not getting what the other is saying. I don’t know if that is by design or not, but it makes me smile in the middle of what is otherwise horrific. A breath of fresh air when it gets heavy for us lightweights.

    I enjoy both of you! I don’t know how you, Nic, don’t laugh at some of Captain’s jokes. I like that you forge forward with the story at the same time.
    I also find myself agreeing with C on many points.

    I also laugh when C repays what you just said. Was he sleeping?

    There is a slight humor to what seems to be you two not getting what the other is saying. I don’t know if that is by design or not, but it makes me smile in the middle of what is otherwise horrific. A breath of fresh air when it gets heavy for us lightweights.

  • Spanners
    Spanners London
    The Captain is on fire in this ep! "He has this stellar job in the trophy shop" 🤣 "There are two bodies buried in the basement... which is two bodies more than there's supposed to be" 🤣

    The Captain is on fire in this ep!
    "He has this stellar job in the trophy shop" 🤣
    "There are two bodies buried in the basement... which is two bodies more than there's supposed to be" 🤣

  • Allisha
    Allisha Illinois
    This story is about my brother Michael Dennis. Just wanted to clear up some things, they found Michael and James together first, then found the 3rd body of Nick James after. Nick James was already buried and he buried Michael and James on top of Nick

    This story is about my brother Michael Dennis. Just wanted to clear up some things, they found Michael and James together first, then found the 3rd body of Nick James after. Nick James was already buried and he buried Michael and James on top of Nick

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