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Join Ayla and Andi as they explore true crime in New Zealand (NZ) (the sinister side of New Zealand). We do this in a light hearted, completely oblivious, un-filtered kind of way. Expect to hear insensitive comments, bad jokes, and to be honest sometimes really offensive obscenities'. We explore NZ true crimes, unexplained phenomenon, and other mind blowing mysteries. Some episodes may be explicit and we recommend listener discretion. | Hosts: Ayla and Andi | Editing: Chris | Follow us on al ...
 
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Andi covers the case of Alice Parkinson and discusses the consequences of her actions. Have a listen and you decide! Was she fairly punished? Was it too much? was it not enough? Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social …
 
CHRISTCHURCH. CANTERBURY. Within the eastern suburbs of Christchurch, on the South Island of New Zealand, you will find Aranui. Originally called Flemington (after one time resident of the area Jubal Fleming), Aranui (a Māori word meaning great path) was officially established in 1912. Found in the middle of Aranui is Hampshire Street, dubbed by ma…
 
Ayla unpicks the mystery of the Larnoch Road killings. Listen to the events unfold. What do you think really happened?? Send us what you think! Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites, and don't forget to l…
 
Andi covers the horrific case of Minnie Dean and her horrible crimes against children. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites, and don't forget to like, follow, subscribe, and share! Facebook, Instagram, T…
 
Andi explores the hilarious case of George Wilder and his shenanigan's in and out of Prison! Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Check out George's song here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwOV6N2_RsY Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites…
 
22nd July 1981. The Springboks began the journey down the east coast of New Zealand and found their way to Gisborne. The Springboks were to play Poverty Bay (a small bay near Gisborne) for their first game in NZ. To enter Rugby Park (where the game was being played), spectators had to agree to be searched upon entry. Items such as banners, placards…
 
Ayla covers the unusual deaths of the Bolton family, and New Zealand's last ever execution before capital punishment was abolished. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites, and don't forget to like, follow,…
 
Andi covers the outrageous case of Jan Molenaar and the shootings that took place in his own home. All the warning signs were there? Someone noticed! Find out more about donating blood here: https://www.nzblood.co.nz/ More on Constable Len Snee here. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follo…
 
Ayla covers the unbelievable actions of a deranged mass murderer. This episode just goes to show that you should always blow on the pies! (and not serve cold pies). Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. This case specifically involves violent crimes against a child. Please take care. Follow us…
 
Apartheid even extended to sport. Leagues were established in all sports, separated by race. For instance, football (soccer) was divided into the white South African Football Association, the African Indian Football Association, the South African African Football Association, the South African Bantu Football Association, and the South African Colou…
 
Andrina covers the details of the open missing persons case of Kirsa Jensen. We explore the evidence (or lack there of) and possible scenarios surrounding this girls disappearance. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. This case specifically involves violent crimes against a child. Please take…
 
Ayla presents the heartbreaking story of Wendy Mayes disappearance. Ayla covers the facts and events leading up to Wendy's disappearance, but will we ever know what really happened? Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) soc…
 
Andrina continues with the David Bain case digging deeper into the evidence and controversy. Follow along as Andrina tells Ayla the Tale of this gruesome massacre. But Who done it? Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) soci…
 
Andrina explores the controversial case of David Bain. Follow along as Andrina tells Ayla the Tale of this gruesome massacre. But Who done it? Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites, and don't forget to li…
 
Ayla explores the mass shootings of infamous shooter Stan Graham. Follow along as Ayla tells Andrina the Tale of this gruesome massacre. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ) social media sites, and don't forget to like, fo…
 
In 1937, Nazi Germany began work on building the first and the largest concentration camp in Germany. Found eight kilometres north of the city of Weimar, the camp was able to incarcerate over 60,000 people. Opened in July 1938, the camp was dubbed Buchenwald. Buchenwald Concentration Camp was comprised of three distinct areas, the first area was du…
 
Welcome to the introductory episode of Sinister Dynasty where Ayla and Andrina take us through what we can expect from our future episodes. We are a New Zealand (NZ) True Crime Podcast. Listener Discretion is advised, expect descriptions of violent crimes, and horrific injuries. Follow us on your favourite (yes this is how we spell favourite in NZ)…
 
FOXTON. MANAWATU-WHANGANUI. In 1866, Te Awahou was renamed Foxton; named after Sir William Fox the second premier of New Zealand (Premier meaning head of government). Over the next century, Foxton established itself as a small industrial town. Its primary exports were flax, wool and timber; as well as its famous soft drink – Foxton Fizz. However, a…
 
PAKIRI. AUCKLAND. By the mid-1800s, conversations were being had surrounding further expansion of women’s rights within marriage, and their access to education and employment. Due to the women’s rights movements, women had more opportunities in life. They received greater access to education. Also, for the first time, they could take on work outsid…
 
At 3 pm on Christmas Eve 1953, a Thursday, the daily Express train No. 626, a KA 949 class steam locomotive, left the Wellington railway station en route to Auckland carrying 285 souls, some men, some women, some children, many families visiting relatives, or even folk returning home for the holidays armed with presents for their loved ones. As the…
 
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, CANADA. Schizophrenia is a mental disorder in which sufferers interpret reality abnormally. This can manifest with disordered thinking, delusions and hallucinations. During a psychotic episode of schizophrenia, the sufferer may be hearing and seeing things that aren’t really there, or believe that something is controlling their …
 
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, CANADA. A place distinguished for its politeness, Canada is a land with low crime rates and is considered to be one of the safest destinations in the world to live. However, as with all countries, Canada has its darkness, tales you wouldn’t want to put in a tourist pamphlet, events she is ashamed of. Today, as we touch down 13,0…
 
In June 1955, three bottlenose dolphins were observed by a local fisherman on the shores of Opononi. Spotting the dolphins by their dorsal fin, he believed the sea creatures to be sharks, so he pulled out his rifle and shot at them. Two of the three dolphins were never seen again, believed to have died by the gunfire but one remained. It is believe…
 
On the 10th of July 2002, a team of five Wellington council workers were wandering through the Rimutaka forest, near Upper Hutt, laying 1080 poison bait for possums. The team eventually got around to the Tunnel Gully Recreation Area, a place named after its proximity to the historic Mangaroa Tunnel, a part of the Wairarapa Rail Line, that connected…
 
Robbery is different from theft, while both are the act of taking someone else's property unlawfully, robbery differentiates itself by its use of either force or fear which carries a maximum prison sentence of 10 years. An aggravated robbery is the crime of robbery committed by more than one person, or with a weapon, or where a victim is grievously…
 
The legend goes, sometime in the 1960s, a group of criminal youth appeared in front of a judge in Hastings, a city of 49,000 in the Hawke’s Bay region. The youth stood in front of the judge who berated them for their misdeeds, eventually calling them “nothing but a pack of mongrels”. The term ‘mongrel’ originated to define a dog of unidentifiable m…
 
Tēnā koutou friends, Jessica here with a quick update on some things happening around the podcast. Just an unscripted update on the state of the podcast right now with information on when new episodes are coming. Plus we update you all on some new information sent to us on an old case. Follow the Facebook page for the latest updates: https://www.fa…
 
Victor Spencer first signed up to fight on the 16th of April 1915. Still only 18 years and 5 months old, he lied about his age, saying he was born two years earlier so he would meet the minimum age of 20. Private Victor Spencer set sail to Suez, Egypt with the 1st Battalion Otago regiment. After landing in Egypt, the battalion was quickly sent off …
 
CHRISTCHURCH, CANTERBURY. POLICE "Is there any way that, is there any way... Is there any way we could change your mind on what you’re doing?" SHAYNE "Nah, I’ve made my ... I’ve made my mind up, I’ve had enough." POLICE "So there’s ... so there’s no ... there’s no coming back. Are you saying there’s no coming back?" SHAYNE "Nah." POLICE "So there’s…
 
Friends, suicide and depression are destressing topics. However, it is also for some; a bleak reality. Within our own lives, in the past couple of weeks, we’ve known of two people who took their own lives. As you may be aware, NZ has one of the highest rates for sucide in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), in particu…
 
NAPIER, HAWKE'S BAY. The tiny township of Hampden is found approximately 62km southwest of Hastings in the Hawke’s Bay region. Settled in 1863, the town was an industrial town, primarily sawmilling and farming. In 1900, the town changed its name to Tikokino due to there already being a location called Hampden in the South Island. With a population …
 
INVERCARGILL, SOUTHLAND. Wednesday, 8th of April 1908. 10.45am. Archibald McLean, a city missionary, left his house on Crinan Street in Invercargill, Southland to start the day. His eyes wandered toward his neighbours property, the Baxters. Something caught his interest, the Baxter property, occupied by husband and wife James and Elizabeth Baxter a…
 
ARAMOANA, OTAGO. By 8pm on the 13th of November 1990, Police were informed that there was an active shooting situation in Aramoana. The first to respond to the calls was Sergeant Stewart Guthrie of the Port Chalmers Police Station, who was the only officer on duty that day. As Stewart sped out to Aramoana he came across another officer, he collecte…
 
ARAMOANA, OTAGO. 1990 was a special year for the citizens of New Zealand. It was Aotearoa’s sesquicentenary, NZ’s 150th year and local governments had put on events and activities to celebrate the occasion. By the 13th of November 1990, the Sesqui celebrations were wrapping up and many of the Aramoana residents were in the nearby town of Port Chalm…
 
ARAMOANA, OTAGO. Located 27km north of Dunedin, tucked away at the mouth of the Otago Harbour in the South Island of New Zealand, you will find the small seaside village of Aramoana. The village which translates to ‘pathway to the sea’ is made up of approximately 260 residents who affectionately refer to it as ‘The Spit’. The village is truly remot…
 
WHANGANUI, MANAWATU. In the decades subsequent to 1920, Wanganui did much growing. The town of Wanganui was officially upgraded to a city in 1924. Many of Wanganui’s most well known monuments were erected during this time, including the Durie Hill War Memorial Tower in 1926, the Whanganui Regional Museum in 1928 and the famous War Memorial Hall in …
 
WHANGANUI, MANAWATU. On the 15th of May 1920, Wanganui citizens were shocked by a crime that involved their elected Mayor. The crime was reported on later in the New Zealand Truth newspaper, “The evidence which was adduced makes the case one of the most sensational in the annals of the New Zealand courts. Indeed, it would be hard to imagine a more …
 
WHANGANUI, MANAWATU. On the 27th of February 1883 something was found on the beach near the Whanganui river mouth that wasn’t the usual river byproducts. A telegraph linesperson, Arthur Fitchett was working along the beach when he discovered something that would shock and horrify the small township -- the deceased corpse of a four-year-old girl. Th…
 
PIHA, AUCKLAND. In 1939 Piha was in the news for something completely unrelated to its beach; it was in the headlines for a house fire claiming the life of one person. As the events unfolded, more information rose to the surface and ultimately the story of the ‘Piha Fire’ of 1939 became one of the most curious crimes in the archives of NZ’s history…
 
RAURIMU, MANAWATU. Saturday the 8th of February 1997. 9.05am. Stephen Anderson walks into the kitchen holding a 12 gauge sawn-off shotgun and carrying a shotgun cartridge in his mouth. His father Neville immediately sprang from his seat and approached the gunman “What are you doing… Give it to me Stephen”. Neville grabbed hold of the barrel of the …
 
In early 1916, the 4th Battalion of the NZ Rifle Brigade took part in a parade down Queen Street, Auckland before they embarked overseas to Egypt to fight in World War I. ‘A’ company marched down the street waving to the cheering crowd, they were joined by their mascot, an American bulldog called Caesar. Visit www.truecrimenz.com for additional inf…
 
LOWER HUTT. WELLINGTON. Saturday. 13th of April 2002. 11.20am. Donna Hall gathered her two nieces, Manumea and Erena Durie to take a morning stroll along the Hutt River with ‘baby Kahu’ and the family dog. The fivesome left their house and wandered through the suburbs of Woburn. The two nieces pushed Kahu in the pushchair a few metres ahead of Donn…
 
In 1915, the area between Featherston and the Tauherenikau River was acquired by the Ministry of Defence. The area was chosen as the site to train the New Zealand soldiers heading to Europe to serve in World War I. Development began on the site with over 1,000 workmen constructing what would become NZ’s largest military training camp; Featherston M…
 
PALMERSTON NORTH. MANAWATU. Four months into his sentence, in August of 2002, Mark Lundy took his case to the Court of Appeal based on the belief that he was convicted on “bad science”. Upon upholding the conviction, the Court added an additional three years to Mark’s non-parole period; bringing the total non-parole term to 20 years. The reason for…
 
PALMERSTON NORTH. MANAWATU. 30th of August 2000. 11.59am. Mark Lundy took a call from a client who wanted to place an order; Mark emotionally communicated through tears that he couldn’t right now as he was on his way home because “something happened to his wife and child”. Mark arrived home to ‘Palmy’ about an hour and 16 minutes later at 1.15pm, p…
 
PALMERSTON NORTH. MANAWATU. 30th of August 2000. 9.30am. Christine’s brother James Weggery arrived at 30 Karamea Crescent in the suburb of Kelvin Grove in Palmerston North. James knew Christine’s routine well, he knew she would be home after taking her 7-year-old daughter Amber to school. Although, James had been having difficulty getting Christine…
 
REPOROA. WAIKATO. 30th of November 1998. Highschool sweethearts and husband and wife, Henk and Beverly Bouma are alone in their farmhouse property located on Plateau Road in Reporoa, a small rural community 40km outside of Rotorua. The couple's three children were not home, their son 22-year-old Russell was working on another farm; their two daught…
 
On the 17th of December 1642. Abel and his crew saw land in the far distance; it was Te Tai Poutini -- the west coast of the South Island of NZ. As the Dutch mariner approached the unknown land, he saw a succession of fires burning upon the coastline. The days that followed saw the first meeting of European and Maori people. It was not a peaceful e…
 
DUNEDIN. OTAGO. The day after stabbing 22 year old Sophie Elliott to death, the 10th of January 2008, Clayton Weatherston appeared in court in Dunedin -- he pled not guilty to the charge of murder. This began long and lengthy court proceedings. Visit www.truecrimenz.com for additional information on this case. Including a transcript of this episode…
 
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