SLENDER MAN ////// 24

Slender Man ////// 24 

True Crime Garage

May 31, 2014 two 12 year old girls lure their "friend" into the woods only to attack and stab her multiple times. "They tried to kill her for the Slender man." Who is the Slender man and truly why did these young girls comment such a horrific crime. Tonight we will venture into the garage and have a few beers and maybe just maybe we can make some sense of such a senseless act. To donate to the victim and her family, please go to http://www.GoFundMe.com/HeartsforHealingWI  

Beer of the week - Hoptoberfest  
Milwaukee Brewing Company 
Garage Grade - 3 1/2 bottle caps 
Drink in the garage and leave the car parked! Be good and don't litter! 

Nic & The Captain 

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16 comments

  • Whitney

    Whitney Outer Banks, NC

    Y'all are great. I've been listening since you started and it's impressive to hear The Captain really take to his voice on the podcast. I'm also happy with how you've started taking on unsolved cases and the podcast is really nailing its own tone and personality. Well done to ya both! I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and I list this one up there as one of my favs. I'd post this on iTunes but I hate iTunes so here ya go. Mmm jib.

    Y'all are great. I've been listening since you started and it's impressive to hear The Captain really take to his voice on the podcast. I'm also happy with how you've started taking on unsolved cases and the podcast is really nailing its own tone and personality. Well done to ya both! I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and I list this one up there as one of my favs. I'd post this on iTunes but I hate iTunes so here ya go. Mmm jib.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Whitney thank you so much for the kind words. It took me awhile but we are putting out a show for the people so fuck the haters!! Make sure you sign up on the email list if you haven't. much love Captain

    Whitney thank you so much for the kind words. It took me awhile but we are putting out a show for the people so fuck the haters!! Make sure you sign up on the email list if you haven't. much love
    Captain

  • Koolmeg

    Koolmeg Canada

    We heard about slender man way before these girls did this. When I heard about what they did I was totally shocked. I never heard if the one girl had mental problems or not. The first thing I thought was they must never got the lesson "don't believe everything on the Internet" day at school.

    We heard about slender man way before these girls did this. When I heard about what they did I was totally shocked. I never heard if the one girl had mental problems or not. The first thing I thought was they must never got the lesson "don't believe everything on the Internet" day at school.

  • Adam

    Adam Warradale Australia

    Hey guys, Awesome episode as always. Any chance you help a brother out and drop the link to the police interrogation where the girls are eating the fries? I can't seem to find it. Much love, and keep up the amazing work. Loving the cut of your jib

    Hey guys,

    Awesome episode as always. Any chance you help a brother out and drop the link to the police interrogation where the girls are eating the fries? I can't seem to find it.

    Much love, and keep up the amazing work.

    Loving the cut of your jib

  • Casey knight

    Casey knight Lincoln, Nebraska

    Glad to hear something not so political like most podcasts. If only I could drink beer at work and sit in my garage. Cheers, and I hate itunes, so I will give you 10 out 10 stars, or 5 out of 5.

    Glad to hear something not so political like most podcasts. If only I could drink beer at work and sit in my garage. Cheers, and I hate itunes, so I will give you 10 out 10 stars, or 5 out of 5.

  • Sinbad the Sailor

    Sinbad the Sailor

    Jib cuts aside, this was a truly great episode. Must admit when I saw the title I was not expecting much, but it was a good discussion and enough to pique my curiosity. This case has such wide implications where mental illness is concerned particularly in juveniles. Did you realize Morgan's father had a history of mental problems as well? Much to think about and consider as the case crawls through the system.

    Jib cuts aside, this was a truly great episode. Must admit when I saw the title I was not expecting much, but it was a good discussion and enough to pique my curiosity. This case has such wide implications where mental illness is concerned particularly in juveniles. Did you realize Morgan's father had a history of mental problems as well? Much to think about and consider as the case crawls through the system.

  • plummy

    plummy hillsboro missouri

    I have listened to every episode, and I have to say nothing adds to the ambiance like a beer bottle cap hitting the ground! Keep up the good work.

    I have listened to every episode, and I have to say nothing adds to the ambiance like a beer bottle cap hitting the ground!
    Keep up the good work.

  • Lauren

    Lauren Winston-Salem, NC

    Hey guys, just stumbled upon your podcast a week or so ago after searching for podcasts to feed my true crime addiction. Absolutely LOVING it and can't get enough! Y'all do a fantastic job of really delivering on the facts, while also injecting some doses of levity along the way. Keep up the awesome work - you've definitely earned yourself a new loyal follower!

    Hey guys, just stumbled upon your podcast a week or so ago after searching for podcasts to feed my true crime addiction. Absolutely LOVING it and can't get enough! Y'all do a fantastic job of really delivering on the facts, while also injecting some doses of levity along the way. Keep up the awesome work - you've definitely earned yourself a new loyal follower!

  • Donna

    Donna Kansas City, MO

    Just came across this article from last week - Girls accused in Slender Man stabbing case seek release from jail Two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill their friend as a sacrifice to the horror fiction character Slender Man are seeking their release after nearly two years in custody, saying they're not dangerous and can return to family. An attorney for one of the girls adds that his client is a vulnerable inmate at a county detention center where she was sexually assaulted last year. A judge will consider the requests Friday. The prosecutor declined to comment on Wednesday. http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-slender-man-case-update-20160413-story.html

    Just came across this article from last week - Girls accused in Slender Man stabbing case seek release from jail
    Two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill their friend as a sacrifice to the horror fiction character Slender Man are seeking their release after nearly two years in custody, saying they're not dangerous and can return to family.
    An attorney for one of the girls adds that his client is a vulnerable inmate at a county detention center where she was sexually assaulted last year.
    A judge will consider the requests Friday. The prosecutor declined to comment on Wednesday.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-slender-man-case-update-20160413-story.html

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Donna I'm running away if they are released haha Captain

    Donna I'm running away if they are released haha
    Captain

  • Maggie

    Maggie Portland, OR

    Love your show- great work all around, however your info on interrogation of juveniles is really off. The police can take the youth in for "informational" questioning without mirandizing the kid, the parents, or even the parents permission. Kids are not entitled to appointed council until they go in front of a judge for what is generally called a detention hearing, if they are in juvenile court. So if a kid invokes their right to council there are problems with appointing that council. There are a number of cases where the police even send the parents home and tell them they cannot be there. For more info check out this law review: http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7256&context=jclc

    Love your show- great work all around, however your info on interrogation of juveniles is really off. The police can take the youth in for "informational" questioning without mirandizing the kid, the parents, or even the parents permission. Kids are not entitled to appointed council until they go in front of a judge for what is generally called a detention hearing, if they are in juvenile court. So if a kid invokes their right to council there are problems with appointing that council. There are a number of cases where the police even send the parents home and tell them they cannot be there.
    For more info check out this law review:
    http://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7256&context=jclc

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Maggie I believe it is different in every state.

    Maggie I believe it is different in every state.

  • Veselin Stankov

    Veselin Stankov

    I think people should be killed if they kill, so should I change my view because they are TWELVE ??? WTF man... They r 12, so they r NOT people in that sense, they are in the early stages of conscious development... And as a whole - what r u not getting in these United States - u have a D of corrections for a reason, not a D of old testament style revenge or vengeance or whatever... We grew past that view like 2000 years ago... Why r u going backwards is just beyond my imagination...

    I think people should be killed if they kill, so should I change my view because they are TWELVE ???
    WTF man... They r 12, so they r NOT people in that sense, they are in the early stages of conscious development...
    And as a whole - what r u not getting in these United States - u have a D of corrections for a reason, not a D of old testament style revenge or vengeance or whatever... We grew past that view like 2000 years ago... Why r u going backwards is just beyond my imagination...

  • AB

    AB New Mexico

    Just started listening to the podcast, and overall I think it is very interesting. I think you did a bit of a disservice to this particular case though by not speaking about the fact that the frontal lobe is nowhere near fully developed in children (studies are showing it takes till between ages 22-25), and therefore they cannot fully comprehend the ramifications of their actions. Was this case messed up? Absolutely. Were these girls in the wrong, and deserving some level of punishment because it was a pre-meditated action? Absolutely. But locking them up forever (let alone killing them) for a stupid thing they did at age 12 is asinine. Ultimately that is up to the judicial system obviously, but I do think you guys should look at why juvenile cases are different though, the link below from the ABA is an interesting place to start with a bit of the science behind the issue and some of the implications. http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publishing/criminal_justice_section_newsletter/crimjust_juvjus_Adolescence.authcheckdam.pdf

    Just started listening to the podcast, and overall I think it is very interesting. I think you did a bit of a disservice to this particular case though by not speaking about the fact that the frontal lobe is nowhere near fully developed in children (studies are showing it takes till between ages 22-25), and therefore they cannot fully comprehend the ramifications of their actions. Was this case messed up? Absolutely. Were these girls in the wrong, and deserving some level of punishment because it was a pre-meditated action? Absolutely. But locking them up forever (let alone killing them) for a stupid thing they did at age 12 is asinine. Ultimately that is up to the judicial system obviously, but I do think you guys should look at why juvenile cases are different though, the link below from the ABA is an interesting place to start with a bit of the science behind the issue and some of the implications.

    http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/publishing/criminal_justice_section_newsletter/crimjust_juvjus_Adolescence.authcheckdam.pdf

  • B

    B Parts Unknown

    ne of the 2 girls involved in the stabbing was just sentenced to 25 years (from the date of the crime) in a mental institution. The other girl was committed for 40 years, both can be released after a certain period of time when doctors decide they are healthy enough to be released with supervision. I think it's probably the best possible outcome. Hopefully all 3 girls can someday live a semi-normal life.

    ne of the 2 girls involved in the stabbing was just sentenced to 25 years (from the date of the crime) in a mental institution. The other girl was committed for 40 years, both can be released after a certain period of time when doctors decide they are healthy enough to be released with supervision. I think it's probably the best possible outcome. Hopefully all 3 girls can someday live a semi-normal life.

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