American Hauntings Podcast

AHP 36: Murdered In Their Beds SEASON 3 PREMIERE

Episode Summary

Season 3 begins our series on the Villisca axe murders and an in-depth look at the Midwest Ax Murders of the early twentieth century, the transient butcher who carried out those horrific crimes, and the way they changed the small railroad towns of the region forever – especially the town of Villisca, Iowa, which has been home to a house that has been called one of the most haunted in America since 1912.

Episode Notes

Season 3 begins our series on the Villisca axe murders and an in-depth look at the Midwest Ax Murders of the early twentieth century, the transient butcher who carried out those horrific crimes, and the way they changed the small railroad towns of the region forever – especially the town of Villisca, Iowa, which has been home to a house that has been called one of the most haunted in America since 1912.

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This episode was written by Troy Taylor and produced and edited by Cody Beck.

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