About season 2
Three all new stories will lead you into the darkest corners of the Sunshine State that we’ve explored yet.
The Encino Murders: A woman barely survives a gunshot to her head, but three others don’t. The man police target for the triple murder insists he didn’t do it… but if he didn’t, a killer could still on the loose.
Killer Clown of Wellington: The thrill of a clown delivering balloons and flowers turns into horror and leads investigators on an 18-year chase for the Killer Clown.
The Disappearance of Lisa Spence: When mysterious texts start coming from the phone of a missing woman, her friends and family begin believing the worst may have happened.
Hosted by EmmaKate Austin, Season 2 will take you through some of the darkest corners we’ve explored yet. New episodes are coming Oct. 2 and will be released every Tuesday.
The Encino Murders, Part 1
On a hot summer night in 2009, Camile Hamilton wakes up -- barely alive and with a bullet inside her head. Her daughter and two others are dead. The crime scene is brutal and complicated. The search is on for a killer....Details
The Encino Murders, Part 2
A tiny piece of evidence and a series of breaks leads the Encino Street triple murder investigation to a homeless man. But how reliable is Camile’s inconsistent recollection of the murder?...Details
The Encino Murders, Part 3
Kevin Pratt insists he didn’t kill anybody but when the DNA evidence against him gets stronger he faces the death penalty. As the years go on, problems with the case against him are uncovered, which lead to a stunning plea agreement. Is he the murderer?...Details
The Disappearance of Lisa Spence, Part 1
Lisa Spence who disappeared in 2009 started sending text messages to friends and family, leading police to wonder if Lisa was actually the person sending the texts, or whether this was more than a simple missing-person case....Details
About season 1
A chilling, 22-minute surveillance video captures the brutal 1994 murders of a popular South Florida bar owner and two women he invited home after a night out. A mom and her 7-year-old daughter are kidnapped in 2007 after an afternoon of Christmas shopping, then found shot to death in the back seat of their SUV. But they may not be the only victims of this child killer. Both crimes shocked Florida — and the murderers could still be out there among us.
Who killed the owner of the popular South Florida nightclub Casey's Nickelodeon, along with two women he invited back to his home in 1994?...Details
O.J. and the mob
Butch Casey was murdered just a week after O.J. Simpson was arrested for the 1994 murder of his wife and her male friend in Los Angeles. The public and the media wonder: Were the two cases connected?...Details
The faces of the killers
Who are the mystery men captured on Butch Casey's security camera on the night of his murder?...Details
Pablo Ibar's supporters in his father's native Spain have rallied to fund his defense. Can he overcome damaging new evidence discovered at the 1994 bloody murder scene?...Details
The Kidnap kit
A mother and her daughter are kidnapped and executed in a Boca Raton mall’s parking lot in 2007. Police later realize this child killer has struck before — at the same mall, that same year. Who is he?...Details
The 2007 murders of Nancy and Joey Bochicchio lead police back to another fatal attack that happened earlier that same year - at the same mall. A terrified public wonders: Is there a serial killer on the loose in South Florida?...Details
About Felonious Florida
The Felonious Florida podcast is produced by the South Florida Sun Sentinel and presented in audio form in partnership with Wondery. Reporting is based on court documents, interviews, police reports and media coverage. The show was created by Lisa Arthur and Juan Ortega and is produced by David Schutz. Reporting by Stephen Hobbs, Juan Ortega, Marc Freeman and Tonya Alanez. Editing by Randy Roguski. The host of Felonious Florida is EmmaKate Austin. Sound direction by Sean Pitts with additional recordings by Carline Jean, Susan Stocker and John McCall. Web design by Yiran Zhu. The Felonious Florida team includes Dana Banker, Danny Sanchez, Cindy Choi and Kelly Frye.
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