The Missoula Mauler /// 431 /// 432

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  • Jeff Yedinak
    Jeff Yedinak Poquoson, VA
    Hi Guys - Just a note to say thanks for your awesome podcast. I just discovered your show a few months ago and really annoy it. Very well done and you guys have great chemistry. Keep it going! Sincerely Jeff

    Hi Guys - Just a note to say thanks for your awesome podcast. I just discovered your show a few months ago and really annoy it. Very well done and you guys have great chemistry. Keep it going! Sincerely Jeff

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Thanks Jeff - welcome to the Garage, cheers! Nic

    Thanks Jeff - welcome to the Garage, cheers!
    Nic

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous Colorado
    Hayden Lake, Idaho is my hometown. When I left in 2016, there were only about 620 people living there. Imagine my surprise to hear it mentioned!

    Hayden Lake, Idaho is my hometown. When I left in 2016, there were only about 620 people living there. Imagine my surprise to hear it mentioned!

  • Shenai Lloyd
    Shenai Lloyd Missoula
    Shouting out from Missoula, MT! Love the show.

    Shouting out from Missoula, MT! Love the show.

  • Good morning, just wanted to let you know that you 2 make my morning while working at home! Cheers and stay safe!!

    Good morning, just wanted to let you know that you 2 make my morning while working at home! Cheers and stay safe!!

  • Nicholas Macarages
    Nicholas Macarages
    I just wanted to say that the .22 caliber cartridge is small and relatively quiet. Additionally, my next door neighbor shot an intruder with a 9mm (which is usually a lot louder than a .22). I was wide awake but never heard a thing. All that to say that just because someone fires a weapon 5 times doesn’t necessarily mean you will hear it even if you are in close proximity.

    I just wanted to say that the .22 caliber cartridge is small and relatively quiet. Additionally, my next door neighbor shot an intruder with a 9mm (which is usually a lot louder than a .22). I was wide awake but never heard a thing. All that to say that just because someone fires a weapon 5 times doesn’t necessarily mean you will hear it even if you are in close proximity.

  • Debby Sullivan
    Debby Sullivan
    Great episode, as usual. I've heard of Wayne Nance, but I didn't know he was called the Missoula Mauler (sounds like a wrestler). Don't take this wrong, but I love listening to yunz when I'm in bed- your voices are soothing, and it's like being read a bedtime story. I have a couple questions: - Are yunz gonna have Team Colonel shirts? - Where do we put suggestions for future episodes? Cheers, Debby

    Great episode, as usual. I've heard of Wayne Nance, but I didn't know he was called the Missoula Mauler (sounds like a wrestler). Don't take this wrong, but I love listening to yunz when I'm in bed- your voices are soothing, and it's like being read a bedtime story. I have a couple questions:
    - Are yunz gonna have Team Colonel shirts?
    - Where do we put suggestions for future episodes?
    Cheers,
    Debby

  • Abigail
    Abigail Anytown, USA
    You two may have gotten me into the world of true crime podcasts, but you'll always be my favorite, hands down. You've been keeping me going working from home since March. I can always count on thorough research, focus on the victim, with bits of humor to lighten the dark subject matter - Nic telling the Captain he had to answer the phone Vandelay Industries for awhile cracked me up. And you want to be my latex salesman? Keep up the fantastic work.

    You two may have gotten me into the world of true crime podcasts, but you'll always be my favorite, hands down. You've been keeping me going working from home since March. I can always count on thorough research, focus on the victim, with bits of humor to lighten the dark subject matter - Nic telling the Captain he had to answer the phone Vandelay Industries for awhile cracked me up. And you want to be my latex salesman?

    Keep up the fantastic work.

  • Bill
    Bill South Dakota
    Thank you for all your work. I listen every week and even listened to every episode on stitcher. As one of the few men who listen to true crime I say you two are the best. P.S I did not go to school to learn computer.

    Thank you for all your work. I listen every week and even listened to every episode on stitcher. As one of the few men who listen to true crime I say you two are the best.

    P.S I did not go to school to learn computer.

  • Lindsey Williston
    Lindsey Williston
    I recently started listening to TCG and just want to say I am a big fan. I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and yours is now my favorite; I was hesitant to join in bcz I’m allergic to alcohol but apparently I smoke too much bud cause I keep drifting off into space and have to come back and replay episodes lol. Thanks a lot for doing your due diligence!

    I recently started listening to TCG and just want to say I am a big fan. I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and yours is now my favorite; I was hesitant to join in bcz I’m allergic to alcohol but apparently I smoke too much bud cause I keep drifting off into space and have to come back and replay episodes lol. Thanks a lot for doing your due diligence!

  • Been
    Been Parts unknown
    Party on Wayne! I LOVE the cases in which self- defense conquers twisted evil. Cheers to you both, keep up the good work fellas

    Party on Wayne! I LOVE the cases in which self- defense conquers twisted evil. Cheers to you both, keep up the good work fellas

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    @ Debbie - we are always making new shirts - It's kind of the Captain's thing. Case suggestions can be emailed to Nic@truecrimegarage.com - we do get a lot of them. They all end up our master list and we hope to get through all of them someday. If your suggestion is already on the list then we bump it up a bit with repeat requests. Cheers! Nic Professor of Computer

    @ Debbie - we are always making new shirts - It's kind of the Captain's thing.
    Case suggestions can be emailed to Nic@truecrimegarage.com - we do get a lot of them. They all end up our master list and we hope to get through all of them someday. If your suggestion is already on the list then we bump it up a bit with repeat requests. Cheers!
    Nic
    Professor of Computer

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Does it make me a bad person that I am happy that the Wells killed Wayne Nance, hmmm? Nah! Cheers Nic

    Does it make me a bad person that I am happy that the Wells killed Wayne Nance, hmmm?
    Nah!
    Cheers Nic

  • Martin
    Martin Birmingham, England
    Why don't you use patreon? Add a bit of video content and you will get plenty of people supporting you. The lack of advertising at the moment must be tough?

    Why don't you use patreon? Add a bit of video content and you will get plenty of people supporting you. The lack of advertising at the moment must be tough?

  • Donna Lindgren
    Donna Lindgren Kennebunkport, Maine
    Did I hear correctly? Nance's mother died by supposed suicide? Or was it someone else mother? I ask because, in the next sentence, you said that the police spoke with his mother when they went to Nance's house. One more: Nance's father was in jail for robbery? The sentence before stating that he came from a fairly normal family?? I love your show and I listen to it when I drive so I might be way off. Let me know if I am crazy!

    Did I hear correctly? Nance's mother died by supposed suicide? Or was it someone else mother? I ask because, in the next sentence, you said that the police spoke with his mother when they went to Nance's house. One more: Nance's father was in jail for robbery? The sentence before stating that he came from a fairly normal family?? I love your show and I listen to it when I drive so I might be way off. Let me know if I am crazy!

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Martin • Birmingham, England We are currently on Stitcher with our bonus episodes called "Off The Record". That might change as our contact is coming to a end. Cheers Mate Captain

    Martin • Birmingham, England

    We are currently on Stitcher with our bonus episodes called "Off The Record". That might change as our contact is coming to a end. Cheers Mate

    Captain

  • Eva
    Eva Virginia
    One of the best true crime podcasts on the air! You two play off one another perfectly and are a pleasure to listen to each week. Keep up the great work. You guys put a lot of effort in your background research... but it shows! Captain, your rendition of the Untouchables theme song was "off the hook". Keep it up!

    One of the best true crime podcasts on the air! You two play off one another perfectly and are a pleasure to listen to each week. Keep up the great work. You guys put a lot of effort in your background research... but it shows! Captain, your rendition of the Untouchables theme song was "off the hook". Keep it up!

  • True Crime Garage
    True Crime Garage
    Yes Donna you heard everything correctly but maybe the order in which that was discussed was a bit weird on my part. So yes - the police spoke with Nance's mother when Donna Pounds was killed. Remember Nance's crimes span 12 years possibly longer. His mother died in a car accident several years after the Pounds murder. It was ruled a suicide which is bizarre because she was drunk and driving - hit a tree. I'm no Sherlock Holmes but suicide seems like a strange determination. They believed she was so distraught over an argument with her husband that she killed herself. There was evidence she was planning to move on from the relationship so I'm not sure how distraught she would have been. As for the father and again my strange follow-up statement - I said the Nance family was pretty much a normal family based on what neighbors were saying - it seems that at the latter part of our timeline maybe they weren't so normal - cheers Nic

    Yes Donna you heard everything correctly but maybe the order in which that was discussed was a bit weird on my part.
    So yes - the police spoke with Nance's mother when Donna Pounds was killed. Remember Nance's crimes span 12 years possibly longer. His mother died in a car accident several years after the Pounds murder. It was ruled a suicide which is bizarre because she was drunk and driving - hit a tree. I'm no Sherlock Holmes but suicide seems like a strange determination. They believed she was so distraught over an argument with her husband that she killed herself. There was evidence she was planning to move on from the relationship so I'm not sure how distraught she would have been.
    As for the father and again my strange follow-up statement - I said the Nance family was pretty much a normal family based on what neighbors were saying - it seems that at the latter part of our timeline maybe they weren't so normal - cheers Nic

  • Katie J
    Katie J Parts Unknown
    I really liked this week's episodes. This was a fascinating set of cases and you guys presented it really well. And you were cracking me up this week too! I appreciate all the work that goes into this podcast each week - thank you!

    I really liked this week's episodes. This was a fascinating set of cases and you guys presented it really well. And you were cracking me up this week too! I appreciate all the work that goes into this podcast each week - thank you!

  • Aaron
    Aaron Chippewa Lake Ohio
    I listened to this episode on here. And just watched it on Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix. Was got me was the size of the hole in the roof he fell threw. It wasn't very big. Seems like a lot of fishy things were going on too

    I listened to this episode on here. And just watched it on Unsolved Mysteries on Netflix. Was got me was the size of the hole in the roof he fell threw. It wasn't very big. Seems like a lot of fishy things were going on too

  • Annette
    Annette Missoula, MT
    My first employer, when I moved to Montana, took me to lunch and told me that she used to work with Missoula's only known serial killer! She had worked at Conlin's Furniture with Wayne Nance when he murdered the people in the Bitterroot. I never knew the whole story until my oldest daughter was in high school and "To Kill and Kill Again" was required reading.

    My first employer, when I moved to Montana, took me to lunch and told me that she used to work with Missoula's only known serial killer!
    She had worked at Conlin's Furniture with Wayne Nance when he murdered the people in the Bitterroot. I never knew the whole story until my oldest daughter was in high school and "To Kill and Kill Again" was required reading.

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