A true crime podcast
APRIL 25, 2021
Russell David Tillis was described by residents of Bowden Circle East in Jacksonville Florida, as “the neighbor from hell.” Since taking over his parent’s already dilapidated home, Russell set to work transforming the property into a ramshackle fortress, guarded with a makeshift privacy fence lined with razor blades and hidden booby-traps throughout his yard.
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When 25 year old Josefina Rivera stepped into a white Cadillac on the evening of November 26th, 1986, it set in motion the first of a series of sinister events that would shock Philadelphia to its core.
Usually when we think about the possibility of an intruder entering our home with the intention of bringing us harm, we think of a stranger. Someone we don’t know. But what happens when the intruder is someone from within? In the picturesque neighborhood of Carrollwood, Florida, Vicki Robinson finds herself caught in what became every parent’s worst nightmare.
As a newly divorced mom struggled to rebuild her life in Pensacola, Florida, she put her trust in someone she considered a good friend. She could never have imagined her vulnerability would be taken advantage of in the worst possible way.
Troy Victorino believed that Erin Belanger disrespected him by removing his belongings from her grandparents’ home. As a gang member, he decided that by ‘dissing’ him, she needed to die.
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