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Episode 70: The Bloody & The Nutty: Valentine's Day 2022!

It's one of our 2 for 1 holiday episodes! This week you'll hear

from Noelle talking about a Valentine's Day murder with an unexpected culprit, and you'll also hear from Jenna on possibly the strangest case we've covered on the show.

Listener discretion is always advised.


Part 1: The Murder of Denise Leuthold The Leuthold Family

My Deadly Valentine: Kissed by Death – Nightscrawlers Mugshot of Minister Nathan Leuthold & sweet Denise

The Murder of Denise Leuthold. It’s Valentine’s Day, and as such, our… | by Felicia Huffman | Medium Aina Dobilaite

Happy Valentine’s Day- To Death Do Us Part- The Murder of Denise Leuthold | by Franchesca Macelli | Murder By Design | Medium Part 2: Carl Tanzler Carl Tanzler

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Tanzler#/media/File:Carl_Tanzler_(1940).jpg Maria Elena Milagro De Hoyos

https://images.findagrave.com/photos250/photos/2011/315/23114033_132115421014.jpg Elena's Mausoleum

https://www.flickr.com/photos/keyslibraries/11844798043/ Preserved Corpse of Elena, Found in Tanzler's Home

https://www.flickr.com/photos/keyslibraries/11844798043/ "Elena's Airship" Meant to Take Her to Space, Found in Tanzler's Backyard

https://www.flickr.com/photos/keyslibraries/8275757320/

Episode Sources: Part 1: The Murder of Denise Leuthold Aina Dobilaite Nathan leuthold | MALKE CRIME NOTES (wordpress.com) – Link to Transcript of interviews

Happy Valentine’s Day- To Death Do Us Part- The Murder of Denise Leuthold | by Franchesca Macelli | Murder By Design | Medium

Slain wife's note accused Nathan Leuthold of wanting her dead, being unfaithful (pjstar.com)

Friend shares thoughts, insight on Leutholds (eastpeoriatimescourier.com)

Alleged mistress of Nathan Leuthold takes witness stand (pekintimes.com) Part 2: Carl Tanzler https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Tanzler

https://allthatsinteresting.com/carl-tanzler

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