Todd Kohlhepp /// Real Estate Serial Killer

21 comments

  • Marianna

    Marianna Johannesburg, South Afric

    I LOVE your podcasts. Can't wait for every new episode!

    I LOVE your podcasts. Can't wait for every new episode!

  • Tracy

    Tracy Arkansas

    Great episode. I like the final comments by you both about enforcing gun laws and lengthening sexual assault sentencing. Have a great weekend!

    Great episode. I like the final comments by you both about enforcing gun laws and lengthening sexual assault sentencing. Have a great weekend!

  • Alaina

    Alaina Vancouver BC, Canada

    Hey guys! LOVE your podcast. Was wondering if you have covered Robert Pickton yet, and if so, what episode? If not, I think a lot of your listeners would like to hear the story. Thanks for all your hard work!

    Hey guys! LOVE your podcast. Was wondering if you have covered Robert Pickton yet, and if so, what episode? If not, I think a lot of your listeners would like to hear the story. Thanks for all your hard work!

  • Holly

    Holly UK

    The captain using the term ‘window lickers’ made me cringe so badly. It’s such a derogatory and cruel term, c’mon you are better than that.

    The captain using the term ‘window lickers’ made me cringe so badly. It’s such a derogatory and cruel term, c’mon you are better than that.

  • Jake

    Jake Nashville, TN

    Ive been waiting for you guys to cover this case and you never let me down!! such a great episode and great production behind it!

    Ive been waiting for you guys to cover this case and you never let me down!! such a great episode and great production behind it!

  • Angie

    Angie Iowa

    My absolute favorite podcast. Great episode guys! I know you both work hard to make this amazing content, thank you!!

    My absolute favorite podcast. Great episode guys! I know you both work hard to make this amazing content, thank you!!

  • Ven

    Ven Der Strat

    You'd think the cops might have interviewed p-o-s Todd earlier, as he had bought a motorcycle from Superbike Motorsports in his real name, and had served 15 years for kidnapping, aggravated rape and firearm offences.

    You'd think the cops might have interviewed p-o-s Todd earlier, as he had bought a motorcycle from Superbike Motorsports in his real name, and had served 15 years for kidnapping, aggravated rape and firearm offences.

  • Krissy

    Krissy Oklahoma

    Have you covered EAR/ONS/Golden State Killer? I’m reading the new Michelle McNamara book, I’ll be Gone in the Dark, that was pieced together after her death, and I’d love to hear your thoughts.

    Have you covered EAR/ONS/Golden State Killer? I’m reading the new Michelle McNamara book, I’ll be Gone in the Dark, that was pieced together after her death, and I’d love to hear your thoughts.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    At Alaina and Krissy, We have not covered either of those cases yet but we look forward to doing so. So much stuff still coming out about the EAR/ONS/GSK case, it's amazing. Cheers, Nic

    At Alaina and Krissy,
    We have not covered either of those cases yet but we look forward to doing so.
    So much stuff still coming out about the EAR/ONS/GSK case, it's amazing.
    Cheers,
    Nic

  • Cyndi

    Cyndi Atlanta, GA

    I must just be cold hearted, but I feel if you hang out with a sketchy circle of friends you got to expect something like this could happen. They are not innocent victims as they did not make good decisions with their life and their friends. The cold part of me....I could careless about solving the case. God help me for feeling that way. I believe resources (finances, time, contacts) should be reserved for those who are innocent victims and had no part in the crime inflicted upon them. After part 1, I skipped to the Todd Kohlhepp Real Estate Serial Killer. May be I shouldn't listen to this one either...I'm about to start house hunting. Love the show, just not into this one podcast. Sending beer, after I buy the house.

    I must just be cold hearted, but I feel if you hang out with a sketchy circle of friends you got to expect something like this could happen. They are not innocent victims as they did not make good decisions with their life and their friends. The cold part of me....I could careless about solving the case. God help me for feeling that way. I believe resources (finances, time, contacts) should be reserved for those who are innocent victims and had no part in the crime inflicted upon them. After part 1, I skipped to the Todd Kohlhepp Real Estate Serial Killer. May be I shouldn't listen to this one either...I'm about to start house hunting. Love the show, just not into this one podcast. Sending beer, after I buy the house.

  • Brooke

    Brooke Laurens, SC

    This happened right up the road from me. Crazy scary to think people like this can be so close. He and I even had mutual friends! Closest I've ever been (that I know of) to a serial killer. BTW I love your podcast!! Listen every day, trying to catch up. Keep up the great work!

    This happened right up the road from me. Crazy scary to think people like this can be so close. He and I even had mutual friends! Closest I've ever been (that I know of) to a serial killer. BTW I love your podcast!! Listen every day, trying to catch up. Keep up the great work!

  • Mark

    Mark TX

    With due respect to the Captain, he went to that motorcycle shop to murder the people that worked there. That is why he brought the gun and wore two pair of gloves when he loaded the bullets, it was a kill mission. The bike he was pretending to buy he could not even ride. He staked it out and he carried out the murders. Not sure how this guy avoided capital punishment.

    With due respect to the Captain, he went to that motorcycle shop to murder the people that worked there. That is why he brought the gun and wore two pair of gloves when he loaded the bullets, it was a kill mission. The bike he was pretending to buy he could not even ride. He staked it out and he carried out the murders. Not sure how this guy avoided capital punishment.

  • crazedceladon

    crazedceladon vancouver island

    [quote=Alaina] Hey guys! LOVE your podcast. Was wondering if you have covered Robert Pickton yet, and if so, what episode? If not, I think a lot of your listeners would like to hear the story. Thanks for all your hard work! [/quote] hells, yeah it would make a great episode (or three)! i was born in vancouver/raised on vancouver island, and have gone back and forth so this is local to me, too. with this case you have marginalized women who were, sadly, low-hanging fruit, so-to-speak, indigenous women (tying it to the thousands of murdered and missing across canada), witnesses/victims who weren’t believed, police apathy, families who were ignored (“oh, they’re drug-addicted sex workers? of *course* they’ll just randomly stop contacting their kids/parents/friends for months/years” even though that’s out-of-character for them!), miscommunication across jurisdictions, possible corruption also involving hell’s angels (hey, piggy’s palace was a popular poco party place), and possible unwitting cannibalism by members of the public (he sold fucking sausages!). i second your motion! as a society, we in bc/canada learned a *lot* from this case about victimology and the necessity of an integrated homicide unit!

    Alaina wrote:

    Hey guys! LOVE your podcast. Was wondering if you have covered Robert Pickton yet, and if so, what episode? If not, I think a lot of your listeners would like to hear the story. Thanks for all your hard work!

    hells, yeah it would make a great episode (or three)! i was born in vancouver/raised on vancouver island, and have gone back and forth so this is local to me, too. with this case you have marginalized women who were, sadly, low-hanging fruit, so-to-speak, indigenous women (tying it to the thousands of murdered and missing across canada), witnesses/victims who weren’t believed, police apathy, families who were ignored (“oh, they’re drug-addicted sex workers? of *course* they’ll just randomly stop contacting their kids/parents/friends for months/years” even though that’s out-of-character for them!), miscommunication across jurisdictions, possible corruption also involving hell’s angels (hey, piggy’s palace was a popular poco party place), and possible unwitting cannibalism by members of the public (he sold fucking sausages!). i second your motion! as a society, we in bc/canada learned a *lot* from this case about victimology and the necessity of an integrated homicide unit!

  • Mark

    Mark Waxhaw,NC

    That all happened right in my back yard. I was wondering how that ended . Thank you for your podcast. I like the cut of your jib

    That all happened right in my back yard. I was wondering how that ended . Thank you for your podcast. I like the cut of your jib

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Thanks all! We will put Pickton on the case schedule soon. We have recently covered a lot of solved or soon to be solved cases. Is that running its course? Or is any story solved or unsolved a good one? Thoughts? Cheers Nic

    Thanks all!
    We will put Pickton on the case schedule soon. We have recently covered a lot of solved or soon to be solved cases. Is that running its course? Or is any story solved or unsolved a good one?
    Thoughts?
    Cheers Nic

  • Louis (Nobistik)

    Louis (Nobistik) Ontario

    @Nic, Not at all man, if it's an intresting story then run with it. Solved or unsolved at the end of the day we just want to hear an intresting case. You guys have an awesome formula keep running with it my dude. I've been listening to you guys for quite a while now and you guys are awesome. Thanks to both you for the awesome podcast. Unlikely but if there was a podcast convention in the the north I wouldn't hesitate to buy both a ticket to see the guys and a beer for them after wards. Cheers

    @Nic,

    Not at all man, if it's an intresting story then run with it. Solved or unsolved at the end of the day we just want to hear an intresting case. You guys have an awesome formula keep running with it my dude. I've been listening to you guys for quite a while now and you guys are awesome. Thanks to both you for the awesome podcast. Unlikely but if there was a podcast convention in the the north I wouldn't hesitate to buy both a ticket to see the guys and a beer for them after wards.

    Cheers

  • demimonde

    demimonde new orleans

    [quote=Cyndi] I must just be cold hearted, but I feel if you hang out with a sketchy circle of friends you got to expect something like this could happen. They are not innocent victims as they did not make good decisions with their life and their friends. The cold part of me....I could careless about solving the case. God help me for feeling that way. I believe resources (finances, time, contacts) should be reserved for those who are innocent victims and had no part in the crime inflicted upon them. Cyndi, you are of course entitled to your opinion, but I hope the first part of your comment refers to another case, not the Real Estate Murders. I listened to it while sitting in my office at the bicycle shop where I work, on a dark and rainy day, and thinking how at any moment a madman could come in and shoot us all. Not sure what bad company any of those people, or my and my colleagues, were hanging out with. Again, I could have misconstrued your comment. If so, apologies. Godspeed.

    [quote=Cyndi]
    I must just be cold hearted, but I feel if you hang out with a sketchy circle of friends you got to expect something like this could happen. They are not innocent victims as they did not make good decisions with their life and their friends. The cold part of me....I could careless about solving the case. God help me for feeling that way. I believe resources (finances, time, contacts) should be reserved for those who are innocent victims and had no part in the crime inflicted upon them.

    Cyndi, you are of course entitled to your opinion, but I hope the first part of your comment refers to another case, not the Real Estate Murders. I listened to it while sitting in my office at the bicycle shop where I work, on a dark and rainy day, and thinking how at any moment a madman could come in and shoot us all. Not sure what bad company any of those people, or my and my colleagues, were hanging out with. Again, I could have misconstrued your comment. If so, apologies. Godspeed.

  • Tuck

    Tuck Massachusetts

    Hey guys. Great show. Just got done listening to the Superbike Murders. At the end of the show you brought up some things about gun laws. Being a legal gun owner who is also a law abiding citizen I would like to say I appreciate you bringing up the fact that gun laws should be ENFORCED, not just piled on too. I know a lot of gun owners of all walks of life who are great people. And they want them for all different reasons. Most people who own guns are realistic. Despite what the mainstream media says. We don’t hunt deer with Assualt Rifles and we don’t think every magazine needs to hold a hundred rounds. And we understand certain things need to change. For example. Bump stocks and background checks. But also people need to realize that there are a lot of gun laws in place. But it doesn’t always mean that they are always followed. Like in this case. In every gun shop I’ve ever been in I’ve gone through every background check imaginable. In MA every gun law is strictly enforced. But I’m sure there are places around the country that are only out to make a buck. Which is a problem. So it’s nice to hear someone say laws need to be enforced. Not just we need more gun laws. Because that’s only taking away from people who own and follow the law. Not criminals.

    Hey guys. Great show. Just got done listening to the Superbike Murders. At the end of the show you brought up some things about gun laws. Being a legal gun owner who is also a law abiding citizen I would like to say I appreciate you bringing up the fact that gun laws should be ENFORCED, not just piled on too. I know a lot of gun owners of all walks of life who are great people. And they want them for all different reasons. Most people who own guns are realistic. Despite what the mainstream media says. We don’t hunt deer with Assualt Rifles and we don’t think every magazine needs to hold a hundred rounds. And we understand certain things need to change. For example. Bump stocks and background checks. But also people need to realize that there are a lot of gun laws in place. But it doesn’t always mean that they are always followed. Like in this case. In every gun shop I’ve ever been in I’ve gone through every background check imaginable. In MA every gun law is strictly enforced. But I’m sure there are places around the country that are only out to make a buck. Which is a problem. So it’s nice to hear someone say laws need to be enforced. Not just we need more gun laws. Because that’s only taking away from people who own and follow the law. Not criminals.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Thanks Tuck! You're awesome! We are always going to have people who murder but if we did a better job with our current gun laws, I think a lot of the chatter about removing guns from society will start to go away. I think there are some smarter conversation that can be had before we start talking about taking away guns all together. Cheers Nic

    Thanks Tuck! You're awesome!
    We are always going to have people who murder but if we did a better job with our current gun laws, I think a lot of the chatter about removing guns from society will start to go away. I think there are some smarter conversation that can be had before we start talking about taking away guns all together.
    Cheers Nic

  • Dianne

    Dianne Simpsonville, SC

    Hi guys, I am from Simpsonville SC, as I am near the end of your podcast on this POS Todd Kohlhepp you said how you wish the gun dealer that provided Kohlhepp with the guys be brought to justice! This alert comes through on my phone from a local news station! So I hope I have the correct email for you guys. Here’s the story! P.S. love y’alls podcast👍🏻 Man who provided serial killer Todd Kohlhepp with dozens of guns sentenced to federal prison https://www.foxcarolina.com/investigations/man-who-provided-serial-killer-todd-kohlhepp-with-dozens-of/article_1f8e957e-ba9e-11e8-a525-c73361747be8.html (Via FOX Carolina) *dianne*

    Hi guys,
    I am from Simpsonville SC, as I am near the end of your podcast on this POS Todd Kohlhepp you said how you wish the gun dealer that provided Kohlhepp with the guys be brought to justice! This alert comes through on my phone from a local news station! So I hope I have the correct email for you guys. Here’s the story!
    P.S. love y’alls podcast👍🏻

    Man who provided serial killer Todd Kohlhepp with dozens of guns sentenced to federal prison
    https://www.foxcarolina.com/investigations/man-who-provided-serial-killer-todd-kohlhepp-with-dozens-of/article_1f8e957e-ba9e-11e8-a525-c73361747be8.html

    (Via FOX Carolina)

    *dianne*

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Well thank you very much Diane for the good news! Cheers Nic

    Well thank you very much Diane for the good news!
    Cheers Nic

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