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Every year during spring break, teenagers travel somewhere sunny and party for a week straight. It's a chance to let loose and let your guard down. And if you've seen any horror movie ever, you know, no one loves an unaware, clueless teen quite like a killer.


Today, we're counting down twisted spring break crimes stories that we hope aren't too dark to keep you from that amazing vacation, but wicked enough to make you keep one eye on the fun and maybe one eye on anything suspicious.


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In this episode, we're counting down the top ten twisted spring break crimes.


So contrary to what many would probably believe, a girl me has never been on spring break. That's crazy. But you know what's even crazier. I'm sure everyone is shocked to find out that I have never been on spring break.


Everybody was like, what?


Who knew? Yeah, although if I had gone on spring break, I probably would have ended up on this list.


You know what? I'm actually really glad that you said that because I was 100 percent going to say that. I was like, well, yeah, I said probably, but I meant definitely. We're glad that you're here now. Me too. Yeah. I am a lot more self-aware, I will say, now than I was in my teens and honestly, my early 20s. And I think it's because we do all these crime shows now that'll do it.


That'll definitely do you. I have always been I think, you know, like super self-aware, probably almost to a fault.


Yeah. You're like a helicopter sister. Yeah. Like, my head is so hard on a swivel that I might as well be like a barn owl.


I see that for you. Yeah, well, these spring break crime stories will have you second guessing that next school break trip, at least after this.


I hope so. Elena, has five acres gone wrong and so do I, but neither of us knows which destination we are crossing off our list to go to. Next, let's start the countdown.


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Ten. I'll start us off with the number 10, the 1985 murder of hitchhiking roommates Kim Vaccaro and Lisa Eisemann, the two women were scheduled to take a bus from Buffalo, New York, where they went to college to Fort Lauderdale to meet their third roommate for spring break.


But they never made it. The two chose to hitchhike instead of taking the bus and met a gruesome death.


OK, I remember seeing this on American justice and I can hear the theme song in my head, American Justice.


They made it as far as the Virginia Maryland border, and then they sent back a postcard affirming they were safe. That's the last anyone heard from them.


The two women's bodies were found floating in a river in a remote area near Tampa by a retired cop who was fishing with a strange coincidence.


I was going to say like a retired cop who just happens to be fishing, just trying to be retired. And then life is like, not right now. And he's like, really? He's like, I just retired yesterday trying to catch dinner. The two girls had brought knives to protect themselves while traveling to Florida.


But clearly it was not enough, which is so which is even scarier, scarier inside, more sad because they prepared something like that to happen. They were ready for something like that and it still didn't help.


They both had knives. That's why their bodies were so badly beaten that dental records were needed to be used to identify them.


That is always so horrifying whenever they have to use something other than just identifying the person. All right.


It's horrifying. They were given money to take the bus, but instead hitchhiked, most likely wanting to pocket the money for personal use.


But come on, no one lesson, no hitchhiking. Don't do it.


I know it's not their fault, but it's like, come on, don't do it is wild to me that after all the true crime stories that people still hitchhike. I've seen hitchhikers recently and today what I'm like, haven't the 70s taught you anything?


Also write a note down. Don't pick up a hitchhiker either because you never know. You don't know. Scary. The whole process is not OK. Be a barn owl. Don't trust anyone.


Their families actually had no clue about their plans and were in complete disbelief because they had never done that before.


They had never hitchhiked before.


Right. And they had never indicated that they even planned on doing it. So lesson number two, always share your plans with people, you know, so that or at least share your location on your phone.


Now, I know I share my location with you all the time. I was going to say, like, whenever you were, you know, like when you were dating, when you would, like, go out on a date, you would always share your location with me. I think I have it in definitely shared with you and just always discuss it with someone, you know, just so they have an idea. So. Right. You know, something ever happens, they can be like, well, they told me they were going to do this, right.


They can try to follow you. And if you're going to change anything, let someone know. Just one person at least.


Yeah, it's so sad. Nine. Number nine on our countdown is the nineteen ninety eight NSB spring break killings and Espy's New Smyrna Beach, which is near Daytona Beach. That's where a group of local Floridians attacked three spring breakers from Maryland in 98, killing two of them in a deadly brawl over, quote, a girl and a ring. Oh, like, was it worth it?


Was it worth the three Maryland spring breakers were staying at the Ocean Palms Beach Club condominiums, and the fight broke out there over the local men's relationship with a woman. Witnesses said it was vaguely about that girl entering. Wow. What? That's like a country song.


That girl in Oregon and all the spring breakers stepped in to stop them from harassing her. And the police broke up the initial fight. But then the locals came back with bats and knives and repeatedly stabbed all three spring breakers. Oh, can you imagine?


They leave and then they come back, like, ready to just kill you, to straight up kill you.


It's like you're just trying to help someone. Yes. Oh, so scary.


Two of the men died and the third survived after being stabbed 17 times. But 17 New Smyrna Beach Detective Wade Kirby told the Associated Press, quote, This isn't the kind of thing you expect when you come down for spring break, like, oh, yes, Mr. Perry, Captain Obvious, seriously, like, wow.


Like, it's crazy. It's so no one expects this. So while you think you're coming down for spring break, I don't think you expect this to you know, I can't say I deserve to know all. We're charged, luckily and sentenced. And some of the younger locals received lesser punishments. But was it really worth ruining your life over a serious girl entering girl entering downtown?


Eight. Number eight on our countdown of top ten twisted spring break crimes is Penn State's stalker victim, Rachel Taylor. In 1940, March 29, 1940, the body of 17 year old Rachel Taylor, a home economics major, was found by a school janitor. Her murder kicked off suspicion and fear that the campus and surrounding area was being terrorized by a killer.


The beginning of every horror movie. I hate it. It's scary when you have some piano music. Always a janitor. You pan over the campus really quick and then in on a group of kids. I'm not going to go for an indie rock, you know, there. Rachael Taylor was returning to campus from her hometown in New Jersey in the 1940s. Spring break did not include Florida or Mexico beaches.


I wonder what that adaptation came from.


What did it transition into that must go to Florida. Must do it. She got off the bus at one 21 a.m. where police believe she met her killer along the half mile walk to her dorm. Well, only half a mile to her body was found four miles away. Now, Rachel was shy and it wasn't believed she'd take a ride from a stranger. So initially it was thought she had to know her killer, OK. And an autopsy revealed she'd eaten shortly before she died, but no restaurants were open at the time near the bus stop or where she died.


So did her killer feed her?


Or maybe she was one of those ladies that, like, always walks around with, like, peanut butter crackers in her purse. I'm a lady who lunches, so I am always having peanut butter crackers on my person at any given time.


I'm a lady who lunches, brunches, dines, grazes cuisines, just goes ham. Yeah. So you don't. So you never know.




But the idea that because that's happened in a few cases where the killer will feed the person before killing, which is always it adds a layer of like creep, oh, bring me such a layer of like WTF to it. There were several attacks and murders and theories that police tried to make connections to, including a white slave ring, which scared everybody.


Oh, yeah, look what.


But all the attacks mysteriously ended around the start of World War Two, so maybe the killer was drafted. That makes a lot of change, but it remains unsolved. Wow, that's crazy. Yeah, that is very it kind of seems like the perfect. Can you imagine if you just went off to war and no one knew any better, like, wow.


Wow. Yeah. Seven. At number seven this week is Evan Tweed, a Minnesota man who spring break with his family in 2016, became a cautionary tale. Never want that. No. Evan Tweed was on spring break with his wife and teenage son at an all inclusive resort in Mexico when an altercation led Evan to being dragged off by police to a disgusting jail with no way to contact his family. That is not how you want it to end. To which I say nightmare, nightmare, nightmare.


No, thank you. Goodbye. So Evan tweeted his friends and family were at the resort when this altercation happened. Tweed was allegedly not involved. The police showed up, cuffed Evan, forced him into a pickup truck and drove off as his family and friends just watched helplessly. That's horrifying. No one helped him or the right. Evan described his jail cell as putrid, with dirt floors, moldy walls, bugs, crawling, goodbye. Feces and blood were also on the ground.


No leave.


I can't believe. But I know you can't.


But you got to leave Evan in jail, I guess he met a woman who was also from the same resort. Now she recalled blacking out drunk and then just waking up in her cell with no memory of how she got there.


What is this resort? The scariest story on planet Earth?


A friend finally helped pay for Evan and also the woman's freedom potential bribe involved.


There potentially are like maybe they just made really good friends. Yeah. You know, I need her to get out to her friends, though.


I don't know. I wasn't there. After he was bailed out, Evan chose to stay at the resort and resume his vacation.


OK, Evan, I feel like we're flying home last year.


Yeah, I feel like this is not up for debate. But wait, Olina, there's more and it gets twisty. Oh, we love it with Evan. Story has since been heavily questioned because it lacks specific details leading up to the arrest and his possible involvement. He also never named the resort and later testimonial from the resort said police were restraining him after assaulting another person in the hotel. Oh, Evan, so really, what's the actual cautionary tale here?


Don't get too wild on spring break.


Six. Landing at number six is Canadian teen Mark Fike, Mark's 1996 spring break murder in Daytona Beach was not only a tragedy on a human level, it also caused economic damage for the Florida city when Canadian tourism was all but cut off.


Because it's true, these beaches like rely on spring breakers. Oh, definitely, yeah.


18 year old Mark Fike was just hours away from spring break, being over and heading back to Ontario. I'm already upset.


No good. He was going home the tail end. So he's standing with a friend by the beach talking on a pay phone with his mother. All three teens walk up, demand his wallet, says nothing to his mom about it. OK? Yeah. He quietly hangs up the phone, refuses to hand over the money, and then he's shot in the head and dies in the arms of his best friend. Oh, my God. The escalation there.




And he was on the phone with his mother is like she knows now that she was on the phone with him while this was going on, right. Oh, the shooter was 17 year old John Rainey. He had escaped from juvenile detention and he ended up getting a life sentence while his two accomplices also served time, which is good.


But the murder caused a major slump in Canadian spring break. Our presence in Daytona, obviously, which which obviously caused a noticeable economic impact. One Canadian reporter who covered the trial said tourism was clearly on the prosecutor's mind and a signal had to be sent that Daytona was safe. Wow.


Yeah, that one was crazy. Well, you hear about these things happening and you question like you'll you'll have a friend going to one of these beaches after something will happen.


And you're like, are you sure you want to go? Oh, yeah. Like, don't go there. But something like that. He was just on his way out. That's such a case of wrong place. Wrong time. It really is awful. I'm going to be honest, this is making me not want to go anywhere, I don't go anywhere. So I was going to say you to go anywhere anyways. You come to my house, I go to your house.


Sometimes there's Starbucks in between. It's great. That's where we're a spring break in. But I'm excited to see what you have coming up. I'm excited to see when you have all.


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Five. All right, let's jump back in with number five on our countdown of twisted spring break crimes starting off. The second half of our list is the murder of University of Iowa student Sarah and Ottens in 1973 while her friends went off to Mexico for spring break. 20 year old Sarah Ottens stayed behind to work through her vacation just to make some extra money. Unfortunately, she met a horrific and all. And I like so honest. She just wants to make some extra money out of it, doing the responsible thing.




Sarah's body was found by another student in the dorms around midnight on March 14th, 1973. No, nope. Not one night you stumble upon that.


That's so scary. She and this is even scarier. She was face down on the floor under a clean bed sheet, which to me says immediately, whoever did this, knew her, knew her, or I don't like her or something.


That's strange. The police found blood dripping in the bathroom sink and a fingerprint on the faucet. Now, this, like, drives the point home that I feel like this person knew her. Her killer had washed her face and her hair in the sink. Oh, that like that's so personal. Yeah, that's very personal. It's really weird.


And it points to some kind of, like, weird obsession, I feel, where Sarah had also been beaten and assaulted but ultimately died of strangulation. She's the police made stupid mistakes like so many you don't you. Right. The dorm employees and media came into the room before it was secure, obviously just contaminating the crap out of that crime scene. Why does this happen all the time? Why did you guys take notes from each other? Come on now.


Football player James Wendell Hall was charged with the murder six months later because his DNA was found in the room.


All was found guilty and sentenced to 50 years, but he only served ten after the conviction was thrown out due to all that crime scene contamination. No DNA supposed to get you and this will get you in nineteen ninety two. Paul was actually convicted in strangling another woman. Oh, OK. Like so clearly he likes to strangle people. Really, this is his thing. No one else was ever charged and ottens murder. But I mean at least the guy is in jail that we think did it.


But I suppose it's like some kind of closure. But is it like it's really, it's really not.


That's absurd. For. Landing at number four this week is the disappearance of Ohio State medical student Brian Schafer in April 2006, Brian and a couple of friends decided to go bar hopping on Friday night at around 1:00 a.m. that night, Brian and his friends can be seen on security cameras entering a bar near Ohio State University's campus.


But there is no footage showing Brian ever leaving the bar or the area that night. That is weird. How does that happen?


Because somebody gets rid of what is going on.


One 15 a.m., all three are seen on camera entering the bar, two a.m. Brian is seen on camera talking to girls.


And that's the last time he's seen ever again. The following Monday, he misses his flight for a spring break trip with his girlfriend. That's when the family filed a missing persons report.


So there's a massive search to find him that included the entire bar where he was last seen. Dumpsters and the sewer system. Oh, man. Everyone submitted to a polygraph except for Clint Florence, a friend with him that night who talked negatively about Brian after he vanished. Yeah. You know, why don't you just keep that to yourself? Yeah, but you know what? Let's just let bygones be bygones. You don't have to tell everybody that you didn't like him.


You don't want to talk badly about the missing. You don't want to do that, especially when you won't take a polygraph either.


And you're suspicious. Yeah, yeah, I think so.


Theory number one, the bar was in a bad neighborhood and he slipped out unnoticed and maybe ran into some trouble, which.


All right, it could happen. It's happened all the time right there. Number two is that he went on an emergency exit and fell into a hole in a construction site and got covered in cement. I feel like somebody would probably notice that. I mean, that's a lot I would hope. And I want to be like, no, that did not happen. But like, I think we've been doing this long enough that we were like, you know what?


Sure that happened. Stranger things have absolutely kind of happened.


But that would be that would be terrific. Bananas. What a way to go. Yeah, that would be truly. But let's hope that wasn't what happened. Well, there is another theory. So theory number three is that you still in the bar? What? It's just it's just in the bar. The permanent regulars just in there is a patron for life. OK, yeah. All right. Honestly, that theory kind of holds up. Maybe something happened in that bar and he's still in there.


But what I'm just saying, I don't know. We do have a fourth theory.


OK, so theory number four is that he disappeared to start a new life, but his car was found at his apartment.


So that one is a little like weird how, you know, because, like, Uber wasn't a thing. Yeah, yeah.


I just I don't think that's it. Like, taxis were that were that reminds me of like bracelets, pizza kind of thing.


Like, yeah, I don't know, I think something bad happened to him and I, I think maybe he, I don't know when there's no body it just makes it look so intense.


It's too stressful. When there's no body I'm like show me. It's like you.


It's like the meme of the person doing all the equations is us trying to figure out what the hell is me forever after this. I know. Add that to my list of things I need to know. Right. Three. Number three on our countdown of twisted spring break crimes is the disappearance of Stacy Madison and Susan Smally, March 19th, 1988.


High schooler Stacy and Susan planned a sleepover for the last night of spring break. So Holsapple, before calling it a night, they cruised around in Stacy's yellow 1967 Mustang convertible, to which I say clé amazing.


Now, they stopped by a party, chatted with friends and then vanished in a convertible.


I know, huh? Police found the abandoned Mustang in a strip mall parking lot. Now the doors were locked and the girls jackets were inside already. Not good, but investigators didn't search for fingerprints or DNA in the original investigation.


Great job. Awesome. Love that for you. Very good.


So much. You are good at your job, except not at all. A detective who later took on the case said the original investigators had tunnel vision about it being a runaway case. Oh, I hate when they do that. When I feel like in like the late 70s, early 80s, that was just like kind of a thing to say. That was their go to. Honestly, not even that time period, just like always. Yeah, it is a certain like demographic they always go to like, well, they just ran away and we're only going to look at that.


We're not even going to consider anything.


It's like we have to consider all of the things that go on with bias. No, the other thing is that they were excellent students and really looking forward to going off to college and really just nothing pointed to them running away. Stacey's boyfriend at the time was the main suspect because his next girlfriend actually claimed that he admitted to killing both girls.


Oh, imagine dating somebody.


And he was like, guess what I did one time. You want to hear a crazy story like, oh, my God, let's break up like, oh, no. But he recanted the statement and passed a polygraph test. Except we all know that that's not like. Yeah, always legitimate. You can't always rely on those. Might have just been confident. Yep. He later moved states and changed his name and at one point his ex-wife got a restraining order saying he threatened her with a knife.


So I would say he's a pretty solid suspect. That's probably not at all connected, right? No, no. I don't think that tells anything about a person. No, no, no, not at all. Except it tells you everything you need to know. Goodbye, sir. Yeah, so that last one was a doozy. I'm going to go I feel like I know who it was, I don't know. Yeah, my boyfriend did it.


The one that really gets me, though, is the Brian Shaffer one.


So far that one has been the one that I'm like, I need to go like deep dive into that tonight. That's going to haunt me for all time. I want to go down like a redit wormhole.


Oh, I don't even want to because I won't sleep for like three days. I know. Well, my next one is insane. While mine is even more insane. I guess so, because yours is number one. So whatever. Excited to see what number two is.


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At number two is Brittany Drexel. The FBI claimed that Britney fell victim to human trafficking while on spring break in Myrtle Beach in April 2009. They received stories from jailhouse informants who say Brittney was kidnapped and then ultimately murdered.


Brittany Drexel went on the spring break trip with friends to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, without permission from her parents.


Oh, no. So they didn't even know where she was.


April 25th, 2009, the third day of the trip, she walked to another resort to visit a friend. She left that resort and never made it back to her hotel.


Oh, her boyfriend sounded the alarm when she didn't respond to any of his texts and told her family who filed a missing persons report.


So it was her boyfriend that was like, oh, hey, this is where she is. And she's not answering like something needs to be done. And they were probably like, excuse me.


Well, can you imagine being her family? And you're like, what? Now you're like a total shock.


Not only did she go there, but now she's missing. Right.


In 2016, the FBI made the claim that she had been kidnapped, assaulted and then ultimately murdered. Investigators received several leads that she was seen in various stores or at a location where her cell signal was found, but they led nowhere.


A South Carolina inmate and several other witnesses claim that she was kidnapped, assaulted, killed and fed to alligators.


Head to alligator, just two alligators. Oh, my God. What a claim to make. That's like Tiger King, but like, totally 2.0.


And this is several people saying that, wow, Timothy DaShawn Taylor was the lead, quote, person of interest.


He claimed to have seen her before stopping a polygraph. When they told him it showed him being deceptive.


So he just was like, no. So when they're like you're it's showing us that you're lying. He was like, and I'm done. Wow. Which to me is like, excuse me. What? Yeah. Like, why do you want to see what another inmate pointed to? Tailor to.


He claimed to have seen Britney in a drug stash house and witnessed Taylor abusing her.


Oh no. No one has been charged. This case officially remains unsolved.


That's so sad, too, because you know that she was just like, really excited about spring. And then this week she was potentially fed to allegations, a horrific story, something really bad happened there.


Her poor family. I know. And that brings us to number one on our countdown of the top ten twisted spring break crimes.


Mark Kilroy, I know this one. University of Texas student Mark Kilroy was on spring break with his friends in southern Texas when they crossed into Mexico to bar hop in March 1989. Mark went missing and a month later, his mutilated corpse was found buried at a ranch along with several other bodies, all victims of a ritual slaying by a black magic Holtze.


Like what? I'm sorry, the amount of detail in that sentence, I can't say with that. Talk about just spilling the tea.


That's a lot to digest. Mark and his friends across the Texas border into the city of Matamoros in Mexico to keep celebrating spring break. Yeah, but at some point, Mark was grabbed and pulled into a pickup truck still.


Well, I also imagine just seeing your friend just be like he did into a pickup truck to a pickup. That's terrifying. That it is. It's horrifying. Now, we know that he was taken to a ranch and tortured before being killed as part of a human sacrifice.


It's so random. I know, right? His kidnappers and killers were part of a cult that smuggled drugs like drug dealers with a belief system that's confusing.


Cool. Cool. It believed that the human sacrifices kept law enforcement away.


I feel like that's the exact opposite.


I feel like that would actually just bring a lot more attention to your human sacrifices, bring all the law enforcement to the yard and they're like, that's bad. You're going to jail.


It's also like, let's take a hole. But one thing instead of half putting two things, you know, we put it all into one.


Well, it took heavy media attention and pressure on Mexican authorities to really investigate the case, which is sad. Should have they should have just done that. And when they finally did, they traced one of the culprits to the ranch. The ranch was covered and like black magic artifacts and Mexican cops confirmed the ranch was deeply steeped in black magic and cult activity. Even the traditional Mexican newspapers found the magic aspect sensational and printed photos of the bodies.


Can you imagine that being at your doorstep as you're going to Google that?


Yeah, just. Well, the cult leader who personally executed Mark in the ritual murder said he sought out an American college kid specifically, which, like, I need to know a lot more about this.


So he was literally just standing there and just got ripped into a pickup truck like that. So scary. Again, another case of just wrong place. Wrong time. Yeah. Most of the killers involved were luckily sentenced. That's good. Wow. That was number one. Yup, he was number one, no one was number one through 10. I think it was actually just all of them. That was so much.


Yeah. And I don't I don't know. I think that one was it's weird to pick a favorite, but that one might be my favorite.


Donny Drexel. I was looking for that one, so I was glad to see it on there because I was like, yeah, that's a crazy one. That's a good one. And then Brian Schaefer. Oh, that. It's just going to haunt me forever. All of them. But No one. You did great carcass research gods.


That is it. I didn't find anything that was left off. I don't think so. Not that I could think of. You know, sometimes I'll think of them later and I'm like, darn it, I know this one. I don't think so. I think they covered ones that I hadn't even heard of. Same here.


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