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In July of 2010, Helen Reyes left for Army reserves training, leaving her boyfriend of six months, 21-year-old Jonathan Richardson, to care for her four-year-old daughter, Teghan Skiba. Over the next ten horrendous days, Jonathan kept Teghan confined... more
The day after her second birthday, Darisabel Baez was rushed to the hospital in York, Pennsylvania covered in so many bruises that her appearance was likened to “camouflage” by first responders. After Darisabel died from her injuries, her mother, Nei... more
In this episode, I’m going to try to speed-run through updates on multiple cases I’ve covered in past episodes. The stories I’ll be updating today include those of Kerrigan Rutherford, Max Schollenberger, Nakota Kelly, Averylee Hobbs, Damian Sutton, ... more
Love all of them. All of the cases are well researched, and Laine doesn't back down from the hard details. I can't image the toll it takes to put just one show together, much less close to 100 and still counting. thank you for doing this podcast, honey; who knows how many children you may have already saved.
I wait patiently every week for a new episode, the content is hard but so needed to be heard , lane’s voice is so soothing and caring , you can often hear the raw emotion from her as she details these difficult stories
Even as a victim of severe child abuse and neglect myself my first thought when I read the descriptions of these podcast episodes were, wow, abuse porn much?? (Sorry it’s just what I thought). And it’s true these episodes are not for everyone, and certainly not for the faint of heart, they include graphic and unyielding descriptions of child abuse and neglect; however, upon reading the description of the show itself it really moved me. The reason that I did not want to hear about them is because... more
Hi. My name is Josie & I’m Cuban. I started listening to this show to better my English. I cry whit ever single episode but at the same time it makes me so happy the way you express yourself about the MONSTERS… that causes this babies death & whomever else involved in this cases that deserves it. Your podcast is amazing, I’m only sorry things like this happens to such innocent angels. Keep up the good work. All the best to the best ;)
I like almost everything about this series - (including the rants and personal opinions). EXCEPT, I literally gag when Laine goes on and on about the personal appearances of the victims and adults. She especially seems to love fair skinned children, given the # of times she mentions their “blue eyes” and fine/blonde/red hair. She also describes adults as “plain faced” and “ruddy.” Whether or not a child is (subjectively) “beautiful” should have nothing to do with how they are treated, and Laine ... more
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