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Ann Heron

True Crime All The Time Unsolved


True Crime, Talk Radio

4.85.6K Ratings

🗓️ 30 July 2023

⏱️ 62 minutes

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On August 3rd, 1990, Ann Heron was viciously murdered inside her own home. There were reports of a mysterious jogger, a blue van, and a blue car speeding out of the driveway, but the case went cold. Fifteen years later, her husband was arrested for her murder, but the charges were dropped. Ann’s murder remains unsolved. Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murder of Ann Heron. It took police many years to finally charge her husband for the murder. But, the evidence against him was very thin. It amounted to DNA found on Ann's body which really you would expect to find between a husband and a wife. You can help support the show at patreon.com/truecrimeallthetime Visit the show's website at truecrimeallthetime.com for contact, merchandise, and donation information Microdose Gummies are available nationwide. Go to Microdose.com and use code UNSOLVED for 30% off your first order. An Emash Digital production

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Hello everyone and welcome, depths of 3.20


three of the true crime all the time, unsolved podcast. I'm Mike Ferguson and with me as


always is my partner in true crime, Mike Gibson. Give me how are you? Howdy-oh neighbor.


Hey neighbor. What's your word neighbors? I just bought the house next door. Oh you did?


Would that scare you? Who's just now telling me? Would that be scary? No, no actually I would


feel safer. Yeah. With your arsenal. Yeah. And my arsenal combined and all the K bars.


You wouldn't be worried about me coming in and taking all your food. No. That doesn't


threaten my safety at all. It might hurt my saving my checking account, but I just


happen to stop by every night at dinner time. Yeah. I just had a question about the upcoming


podcast. Oh look at that. What you what you cooking? Yeah. Hey let's go ahead and give


our Patreon shout outs. We had Madison Campbell. What's going on Madison? Karen Drake.


Hey Drake. Mandy Dubler. Appreciate that Mandy. Kimberly Lawhorn. Hey Lawhorn.


Kaylene Parrish. What's going on Parrish? Haley Cowan. Hey Cowan.


Leanne Robinson. Appreciate that Leanne. Holly Bristley. Hey Bristley. Suzanne Jackson.


There's Suzanne. Elaine Pappard. Oh thanks Elaine. Haley. What's up Haley? Judy Kinchlow.


Well thank you Kinchlow. Teresa Stanley. Hey Teresa. Jill Sugars. What's up Jill? Alice Keeho.


Yeah. Alice. Charles Boyer. Well thanks Boyer. Cassie Mitchek. You had a little struggle with that.


I'm gonna say what's up Cassie? I think I've said it four different ways somehow. And last but not


least Beth Miller. Hey Beth. And then we go back into the vault. This week we selected Nancy Zeker.


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