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Go to HelloFresh.com/BloodyAngolaapps for FREE APPETIZERS for life for Bloody Angola Listeners! Woody Overton and Jim Chapman tell the story of Connor Wood. A 15 year old convicted of the murder of his parents and his best friend in Ferriday, Louisiana in 2008. Timestamps 02:27 The Disturbing Phone Call 03:25 The Identity Revealed 04:48 Uncovering …
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We continue to blow your mind with some of the most Brazen prison escape stories of all time! Timestamps 04:21 Japanese Prisoner Escapes: Yoshi Shiatori 05:23 Prison Break in Fort San Cristobal 06:55 Penal Colonies and Escapes 07:06 Escape-Proof Camp: Colditz Castle 08:52 Escape of French Resistance Fighter: Andre Devigny 15:13 Acre Prison Break: J…
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We explore the tragic events surrounding Hillary Brown's death, due to alleged negligence and over-medication by her husband Dr. Benjamin Brown during procedures he performed on her at his office. Through a series of disturbing accounts from former patients like Jane Hawkins, Joy Edwards, and Brandy Fitzsimmons, Jim uncovers a pattern of botched su…
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In this episode of the Bloody Angola podcast, Jim Chapman and Woody Overton discuss Jon Barry Simonis, known as the ski mask rapist. Simonis confessed to 81 rapes nationwide and was linked to over 130 attacks in a 12-state crime spree between 1978 and 1981. Simonis's crimes led to the formation of the FBI's profiling task force. The FBI created a d…
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In this episode of "Bloody Angola," we explore the fascinating history of prison escapes worldwide. From narratives of breakouts in the Tower of London to daring escapes during the American Civil War and gripping incidents throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. The lengths in which one will go to escape prison will blow your mind and we discuss it…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola, we deep dive into the realm of serial killers, exploring their twisted minds and chilling actions. From defining a serial killer to examining the rise in serial killings, we analyze the stats and classifications, both in the US and globally. Uncovering demographics like average age for a first kill, youngest and ol…
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In this episode of "Bloody Angola," we explore the Inspectors General's side of the incidents occurring at Ware Center for Youth from 2019-2022. A New York Times investigation exposing shocking abuse and neglect at the facility, prompted a call for change and spearheaded an investigation of the Juvenile Facility by then Governor John Bell Edwards. …
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In this episode of "Bloody Angola," we explore the dark history of the Ware Center for Youth and the just released Louisiana Inspector General findings of the conditions within. The focus of this initial episode is on a New York Times investigation exposing shocking abuse and neglect at the facility, prompting a call for change that spearheaded an …
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In this episode of Bloody Angola Podcast, we answer listener questions. Including preferences in covering historic events, favorite podcast stories, and challenges in researching current prison events. We highlight our favorite episodes and upcoming series possibilities. We reflect on the impact of covering stories like interviewing a former juveni…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola, we explore the distinctions between inmates and convicts in the prison system. Through the lens of various inmates' lives like James "Black Maddie" Robertson, Parnell Smith, Henry Patterson, and others, we unveil the challenges, growth, and survival strategies within Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola's confine…
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In this episode of "Bloody Angola," we share Joe Williams' daring escape from Angola prison, detailing his evasion for four days fueled by mushroom tea. Timestamps: 08:17 A Desperate Decision 15:54 Early Life and Upbringing 25:20 Revisiting Clemency 27:14 Recent News: Drug Trafficking Conspiracy 30:06 Smuggling Contraband: Washington Parish Jail Sp…
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In this episode we include 'The Deathmen" series and tell you unknown facts regarding Louisiana's executioners including "The hangman of New Orleans" Harry Meyer and Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola executioners Grady Jarrett and Sam Jones. Timestamps: 02:24 Louisiana's First Legal Execution 04:28 The Hangman of New Orleans 11:42 Transition t…
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George Thomas shares his family story of dealing with the tragic death of his brother Steve Thomas at the hands of rap star and No Limit Records recording artist Corey Miller also known as C-Murder, the brother of founder Master P. George goes into detail with Woody Overton and Jim Chapman on Bloody Angola Podcast regarding the case itself, respond…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola Podcast, we explore the dark history of executioners throughout civilizations, from their origins to their roles under tribal leaders and monarchs. Woody and Jim delve into the lives of infamous executioners like Derek and John Crosland, revealing chilling details of their deeds. Various methods of execution over th…
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In this episode, we explore the life of Lead Belly, a prominent blues singer originating from the infamous Bloody Angola prison. Spanning the 1930s, we witness Lead Belly's turbulent journey from incarceration to musical stardom, showcasing his exceptional 12-string guitar skills and prestigious performances at locales like Carnegie Hall and induct…
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Woody and Jim into the history of the electric chair, discussing various executions that took place in the past. William Kemmler's execution in New York in 1890 marked the first time the electric chair was used, aiming to replace the gruesome public hangings of the time. The podcast highlights the mishaps that occurred during electrocutions, such a…
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In this Part 2 we wraps up this series "The Richest Man in Bloody Angola" . In this episode, we dive into the story of Wilbert Rideau, a man who spent 44 years in prison for a crime he committed in 1961. We explore his journey from a young man involved in a tragic incident to his time in prison, including solitary confinement and his reflections on…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola, Jim Chapman delves into the story of Wilbert Rideau, a prisoner with a remarkable journey. Rideau achieved significant accomplishments behind bars, winning prestigious journalism awards and making substantial reforms within the Angola prison. Chapman vividly describes Rideau's background, including his upbringing i…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola podcast, we delve into the chilling world of serial killers and the intricate process of catching them. Drawing from the case of Derek Todd Lee, a notorious serial killer in the Baton Rouge area of Louisiana, we discuss how the FBI profiling of serial killers has evolved over the years. We highlight the challenges l…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola, the podcast we delve into the life story of Wayne Felde, a troubled individual who was born in 1949 and grew up in a family with a history of military service. Wayne's father was abusive and struggled with alcoholism, which deeply impacted Wayne's upbringing. Wayne enlisted in the Army during the Vietnam War, hopin…
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In this episode, we explore the history and future of the Louisiana's Correctional Institute for Women (LCIW). We discuss the challenges faced by women at LCIW, including limited access to education and overcrowding. We also highlight the appointment of Kristen Thomas as the second-ever female warden and the construction of a new facility with impr…
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In this episode of the Bloody Angola podcast, we explore the Louisiana State Penitentiary Execution Manual. We discuss the procedures and requirements for executions, the role of witnesses, and the importance of professionalism. We also touch on the legal process and the rarity of exoneration. Timestamps 0:03:20 Chain of Command and Roles in the Ex…
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A 16-year-old brutally murders an 8-year-old while biking in Saint Francisville, Louisiana. Trevor Reese confesses which leads to a sentence in Bloody Angola for life without parole. We discuss the horrific crime, the legal proceedings, impact statements in this episode of Bloody Angola Podcast. Timestamps 0:04:24 Background on Clinton and St. Fran…
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In todays episode we discuss the Louisiana Supreme Court decision called Montgomery v. Louisiana, which involved Henry Montgomery, the longest-serving convict in Angola Prison's history. Henry was released in 2021 after spending 57 years behind bars. We start with the events of November 13th, 1963, when Officer Hurt encountered Henry at a park whic…
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This emergency drop is in response to information received regarding the most recent drop of Bloody Angola titled "The Changing of the Guard". For the article referenced in the "Changing of the Guard" episode, see the attached link below. https://www.fox8live.com/2023/12/21/governor-edwards-pardons-57-inmates-october-through-december/ Advertising I…
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***We are retracting the portion of this podcast referencing that all of these inmates received a full pardon, we like most of the general public received incomplete information. While all received "a" pardon", most received clemency meaning they got a reduction in sentence, However 5 inmates in particular did receive a full pardon. The episode fol…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola, Woody and Jim share the firsthand recollections of the harsh and violent environment at the prison as told by Clifford Hampton. Hampton sheds light on the meager funding, strict work routines, and rampant violence in the mid to late sixties in Camp H. Hampton vividly describes the physical demands of farm labor and…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola Podcast, Woody and Jim bring you some new details and insight into the C-Murder case and a revamped edition of our top downloaded episode of 2023! Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Our Sponsors: * Check out HelloFresh: hellofresh.com/bloodyangolaapps Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman Kelly Jennings if Unspeakable: A True Crime Podcast by Kelly Jennings joins Woody and Jim and shares some stories about her time in Angola. This episode has never been released to the general public and prior to today only available to patreon members but due to the extrem…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman the guys tell give you current updates on the teens being housed at Angola as well as female inmate being recently moved to the facility. #bloodyangolapodcast #revolvingdoor #Podcast #Louisianastatepenitentiary #womeninprison #teensatangola FACTOR! Healthy and Fresh never …
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, they discuss and give you the full details regarding the history of Women incarcerated at Louisiana State Penitentiary before it was known as Bloody Angola and was simply known as "The Walls". This episode though hard to hear is an important part of our past that should w…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, they tell you the story of one of the most notorious Hate Crime serial killers in history. Kenneth Gleason made headlines in 2017 when he was charged with the execution style murders of 2 black men in Baton Rouge, LA in which a massive manhunt lead to his arrest, his even…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, they wrap up the case of the murder of Audra Bland. In 2007 William Lee Jr. was convicted of her murder and sentenced to life in prison at Louisiana State Penitentiary. A new law passed in 2021 made way for a reduction in his sentence, but that was just the start of a win…
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In this PART 2 episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, woody and Jim continue to bring you into the case of the murder of Audra Bland. In 2007 William Lee Jr. was convicted of her murder and sentenced to life in prison at Louisiana State Penitentiary. A new law passed in 2021 made way for a reduction in his sentence, b…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, they bring you into the case of the murder of Audra Bland. In 2007 William Lee Jr. was convicted of her murder and sentenced to life in prison at Louisiana State Penitentiary. A new law passed in 2021 made way for a reduction in his sentence, but that was just the start o…
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In today's podcast episode of Bloody Angola we tell you 3 short stories of Life at Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola including the story of Warden John Whitley who started his professional life and ended it at Angola, the story of Billy Blake Johnson who lost his life attempting to escape Angola, and the Prison View Golf Course which makes "Li…
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Woody is stuck in the snow on the way back from Wisconsin, but it did not stop Jim from making sure you got your Bloody Angola fix for this week! He broke a previously unreleased episode from the Patreon vault out of jail! In this episode Bloody Angola Podcast covers several stories of serial killers who were released from prison on parole only to …
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A True Crime Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman we bring you inside the hunt for the River Parishes Serial Killer Daniel Blank who terrorized the Parishes of Ascension, St James, and St John Parish in 2007 & 2008. #DanielBlank #Serialkiller #louisiana #riverparishesserialkiller #bloodyangolapodcast #truecrime…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A True Crime Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman we bring you inside the hunt for the River Parishes Serial Killer Daniel Blank who terrorized the Parishes of Ascension, St James, and St John Parish in 2007 & 2008. #DanielBlank #Serialkiller #louisiana #riverparishesserialkiller #bloodyangolapodcast #truecrime…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman we take you inside the Angola Prison Rodeo and supply you with the history and facts behind the oldest prison rodeo in the country. #Angolaprisonrodeo #buckingup #podcast #truecrime #louisianastatepenitentiary GET 50% OFF PLUS FREE SHIPPING AT HELLOFRESH! HelloFresh delive…
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When they needed a confession from the real “Dead Man Walking” …They Called “Duck”. Check out this once in a lifetime in studio interview with Donald “Duck” Sharp who performed the interrogation and gained the confessions from Robert Willie and Joe Vaccaro sending Willie to the death chamber. #deadmanwalking #duck #robertwillie #podcasts #truecrime…
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In this part 2 of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman we continue the story of Angola Inmate Charlie Frazier. Charlie was one of the worst criminals in U.S. History and ran with the likes of Bonnie and Clyde. He rose to notoriety during the 20's and 30's during the bootlegging period in American History. An escape artist, murd…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman the story of Eldridge Robertson, more known as the notorious outlaw Charlie Frazier is told. Charlie was one of the worst criminals in U.S. History and ran with the likes of Bonnie and Clyde. He rose to notoriety during the 20's and 30's during the bootlegging period in Am…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola:A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, We drop a classic episode from Woody Overton's Real Life Real Crime original series entitled S.W.I.M. as we prepare for the Season 5 premier of Bloody Angola! #BloodyAngola #Podcast #truecrime #SWIM #RealLifeRealCrime GET 50% OFF PLUS FREE SHIPPING AT HELLOFRESH! HelloFres…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, they wrap up season 4 of the podcast and give you an amazing sneak peek into season 5! #thewrap #truecrime #bloodyangolapodcast #podcast BLOODY ANGOLA PODCAST: THE WRAP FULL TRANSCRIPT Jim: Hey everyone and welcome back to another edition of Bloody- Woody: Angola. Jim: A …
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman you are brought back to the 50's as Woody and Jim cover some of the more infamous stories regarding Louisiana State Penitentiary as told through the pages of the Angolite Prison Newspaper. #TheAngolite #1954throughtheinmateseyes #bloodyangolapodcast #convict GET 50% OFF PL…
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Woody and Jim continue with part 2 of The Louisiana Clemency Debacle. In this episode they give a short breakdown of the crimes of all 56 Death Row inmates requesting clemency. #Louisiana #clemency #TrueCrime #BloodyAngola #LouisianaStatePenitentiary #pardon #johnbelledwards #JeffLandry #AngolaPrison #deathrow #Convict Our Sponsors for this episode…
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56 Louisiana Death Row inmates (nearly all of them with all but 1 currently housed at Angola) in a coordinated effort of historic proportion submitted Clemency request in mid-June of this year. Of course, Woody and Jim were paying attention, but...what appeared at first glance to be just another crazy story from Bloody Angola has turned into quite …
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*Patreon Bonus Episode Sneak Peek* In this Patreon Jailbreak special release bonus episode of Bloody Angola, Kelly Jennings of Unspeakable: A True Crime Podcast by Kelly Jennings, joins Woody Overton and Jim Chapman as Woody and Kelly discuss 1st hand experiences of working for Burl Cain. #Catchyourhouse #BurlCain #TrueCrime #BloodyAngola #Louisian…
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In this episode of Bloody Angola: A Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman, the guys tell you the facts of the LSP at Angola elite Chase Team from the qualifications to actual escapes not only involving their "home" prison but all over the country! #LSP #LouisianaStatePenitentiary #AngolaPrison #ChaseTeam #PrisonEscape #Louisiana #Convict #Escape…
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