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Among the Dirt and Trees

Among the Dirt and Trees is a podcast that dives deep into the nitty-gritty details of true crime cases that occur out in nature. I’m here to ruin the forest, the desert, and even the beach for you. Join me every Wednesday for new stories that will make you never want to leave your couch!

Among the Dirt and Trees

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When a couple in their late twenties trades backpacking for a road trip across Australia to see more, they are surprised when they are flagged down by a local who informs them they have car trouble.

The man offers to help, but instead, he kills Peter and plans to abduct Joanne.

Joanne’s fight for survival begins immediately and stretches on for five full hours as she hides in the Australian wilderness while her boyfriend’s killer hunts for her.

Joanne’s Book: https://www.booktopia.com.au/no-turning-back-joanne-lees/ebook/9780733638626.html

The Reddit Thread for Josh Hall’s family:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/Ultralight/comments/le24zd/my_husbands_cousin_josh_hall_and_his_dog_happy/



In part four of a four-part series, we discuss one of the Babes in the Wood murders, aptly named after a story written in 1595.
 
Gary Hanlon and Susan Blatchford went out to play for an hour before dinner, but when the two friends didn’t return, their parents began to worry.
 
After weeks spent missing, they are finally found.
 
Police believed that the children died from the cold, but their families were convinced that the two children were murdered.
 
In the end, the death of another young girl would finally lead police to their killer.

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In part three of a four-part series, we discuss one of the Babes in the Wood murders, aptly named after a story written in 1595.
 
Two friends head out to play at the park and never make it home. A helpful neighbor finds them and checks them for signs of life, but they have already passed away.
 
Is their neighbor really a good guy, or is he a murderer hiding in plain sight?
 
Find out about one final murder of the same name in the next and final episode.



In part two of a four-part series, we discuss one of the Babes in the Wood murders, aptly named after a story written in 1595.

The bodies of two children are found in Stanley Park by a gardener. Police quickly get to work trying to identify the kids, but can’t seem to determine when they died—or what gender they are.

There is no end to this case, but there sure are a lot of theories.

Find out about two other murders of the same name in the next two episodes.



In part one of a four-part series, we discuss one of the Babes in the Wood murders, aptly named after a story written in 1595.
 
Three little girls are found suffocated in the woods. Two dead adults 100 miles away are the only ones who know what happened to them, but their family and friends sure love to speculate.
 
Did Elmo Noakes really run away with his eighteen-year-old niece with plans of disposing of his three motherless girls, or did something more strange happen here?
 
Find out about three other murders of the same name in the next three episodes.



In the 80s and 90s, the Satanic Panic tore through America. People were seeing the devil everywhere, but one kid thought he saw Lucifer more clearly than the rest.

In this episode, we explore the brutal killing of Gary Lauwers at the hands of Ricky Kasso, a boy who was commonly known as The Acid King.

Drugs and the devil make for a deadly combination.

Rolling Stones Interview:
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/long-island-devil-cult-murder-ricky-kasso-david-breskin-901069/



Erin Gilbert went out for a date to a local fair with a new guy that she just met. Within two hours, she was ready to go home, but she never made it there. Her date’s story doesn’t quite add up—and now he’s gone too. What happened?



Two honeymooners set out on a cruise to see the world. What starts out as a fun celebration ends with a fight, four strange men, and a murder.



Marjorie West was a four-year-old girl who disappeared from a Mother’s Day picnic while she was out picking flowers for her mom. Nearly 83 years later, her family still believes that she is alive—and they might not be wrong.



When two little boys disappear while fishing in different areas on the same day, the town has questions. Unfortunately, the answers don’t seem to add up.