Malibu Creek Murder /// 337 /// 338

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  • Keith

    Keith Evansville in

    I'm just joking but it's a leftover hold out North Korean from where they were filmed Mash lol

    I'm just joking but it's a leftover hold out North Korean from where they were filmed Mash lol

  • Donna

    Donna London

    Disappointing episode, I know its free so save yourself the time to tell me this, I also know nobody is holding a gun to my head to listen..... just find it disappointing is all

    Disappointing episode, I know its free so save yourself the time to tell me this, I also know nobody is holding a gun to my head to listen..... just find it disappointing is all

  • Elaine

    Elaine CA

    Hi there... Re. The Malibu Murder.... I'm a retired researcher from the biotech/pharmaceutical industry. When it comes to patents, intellectual property, and the like in these fields, while the scientist's name may be on the patent, any financial proceeds typically go to the company employing the scientist. When a researcher accepts employment, they will typically sign a proprietary agreement that describes these terms. Love your show! Elaine

    Hi there...
    Re. The Malibu Murder.... I'm a retired researcher from the biotech/pharmaceutical industry. When it comes to patents, intellectual property, and the like in these fields, while the scientist's name may be on the patent, any financial proceeds typically go to the company employing the scientist. When a researcher accepts employment, they will typically sign a proprietary agreement that describes these terms.
    Love your show!
    Elaine

  • Kelly

    Kelly LA

    I moved to Southern California 5 years ago, and unless you live in the Malibu area there has been very little talk about this epidemic. It's crazy to think about the millions of people living within driving distance, and the hundreds that visit the park on nice weekends, who just have no idea this is going on. Thanks for bringing it to the forefront!

    I moved to Southern California 5 years ago, and unless you live in the Malibu area there has been very little talk about this epidemic. It's crazy to think about the millions of people living within driving distance, and the hundreds that visit the park on nice weekends, who just have no idea this is going on. Thanks for bringing it to the forefront!

  • Randy

    Randy Calabasas, California

    I worked not far from there at the Audi dealership off of Calabasas Rd. I remember these incidents since I worked at that location from October of 2016 till June 2019. I would test drive vehicles up and down the roads in the area and remember being a bit weirded out driving there. About a mile from the dealership, Caltrans workers found human remains while cleaning out an entrance to a trailhead. The trailhead was at the dead end portion of Calabasas Rd. Me and my buddy would jog down that road on our lunch breaks.

    I worked not far from there at the Audi dealership off of Calabasas Rd. I remember these incidents since I worked at that location from October of 2016 till June 2019. I would test drive vehicles up and down the roads in the area and remember being a bit weirded out driving there. About a mile from the dealership, Caltrans workers found human remains while cleaning out an entrance to a trailhead. The trailhead was at the dead end portion of Calabasas Rd. Me and my buddy would jog down that road on our lunch breaks.

  • Steff

    Steff Parts Unknown (PU)

    Well, speaking of the mentally ill harming people, one of my neighbor's sister is super mentally ill, and she keeps harming us neighbors. We have several calls to the police, and when we mentioned that she has mental problems, the police just said "Well, of course her mind is not where it's supposed to be, what can we do about that? We can't arrest mentally ill people, just ignore her". Of course, ignore her throwing bricks and smacking wood sticks at people. So i think police is mostly dismissive if it concerns mentally ill people harming or disturbing others. It only concerned them once someone is killed. Jesus, that's scary.

    Well, speaking of the mentally ill harming people, one of my neighbor's sister is super mentally ill, and she keeps harming us neighbors. We have several calls to the police, and when we mentioned that she has mental problems, the police just said "Well, of course her mind is not where it's supposed to be, what can we do about that? We can't arrest mentally ill people, just ignore her". Of course, ignore her throwing bricks and smacking wood sticks at people.
    So i think police is mostly dismissive if it concerns mentally ill people harming or disturbing others. It only concerned them once someone is killed. Jesus, that's scary.

  • Amanda

    Amanda Maryland

    How sad that this whackjob took a man away from his wife and children. I don't blame his wife for being pissed at the cops... her children could have been killed too! I'll be curious to hear what mental health specialists think of this guy after they analyze him. His "tactical" way of life reminds me of a doomsday prepper. I could understand wanting isolation. But I just can't make sense of shooting randomly at people in cars and tents. It sounds like he was becoming increasingly unhinged. Donna- I'm curious as to what you find disappointing about the episode? Personally I didn't find the case boring, and I think they did a pretty good job at analyzing each part of the story, even though they already knew how it ended.

    How sad that this whackjob took a man away from his wife and children. I don't blame his wife for being pissed at the cops... her children could have been killed too! I'll be curious to hear what mental health specialists think of this guy after they analyze him. His "tactical" way of life reminds me of a doomsday prepper. I could understand wanting isolation. But I just can't make sense of shooting randomly at people in cars and tents. It sounds like he was becoming increasingly unhinged.

    Donna- I'm curious as to what you find disappointing about the episode? Personally I didn't find the case boring, and I think they did a pretty good job at analyzing each part of the story, even though they already knew how it ended.

  • mG

    mG

    Certainly you have to lay blame on the Sheriff department for not having a stronger presence in that area. You clearly have a pattern of dangerous crimes there. I know they are going to scream budget and not having the manpower, but we all know that the money is there, just got to use it properly. Am guessing the political reality is guarding the homes of the wealthy outweighs protecting the commoners in the park.

    Certainly you have to lay blame on the Sheriff department for not having a stronger presence in that area. You clearly have a pattern of dangerous crimes there. I know they are going to scream budget and not having the manpower, but we all know that the money is there, just got to use it properly. Am guessing the political reality is guarding the homes of the wealthy outweighs protecting the commoners in the park.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Agreed mG. Poor decision making too. You're right the money was there because once there was a murder look how they finally came out with an abundance of resources. I still do not understand why they would not warn the public. This could have very easily been a child who got shot and killed. Nic

    Agreed mG. Poor decision making too. You're right the money was there because once there was a murder look how they finally came out with an abundance of resources. I still do not understand why they would not warn the public. This could have very easily been a child who got shot and killed.
    Nic

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