Sorry for the delay in posting it turns out the flu makes you not want to edit a podcast. This week Easter and Brown discuss the disappearance of Christi Nichols, wherein Mark Nichols was the lone person of interest. They also review Mark Adams and his escape from San Quentin prison. Easter apologizes for her voice in this one and Brown is just here to drag Mark Nichols through the mud. Enjoy!
00:00 - 4:19 - Introduction
4:19 - Christi Nichols Unsolved Mysteries Preview
7:25 - Christi marrying Mark Nichols
8:13 - Christi's mom, Connie, talks about her daughter
13:15 - Mark talks about the town's gossip
16:57 - Law enforcement believes this is a case of foul play
19:50 - Mark recounts the only fight EVER between him and Christi
22:02 - Doctor Carol discusses Christi's trip to the ER
23:23 - Debbie Fredrickson, Christi's cousin, talks about the abuse Christi suffered
28:20 - Christi meets with a divorce lawyer
30:07 - Christi, Mark, and their children went Christmas shopping December 10th
33:17 - The Nichols' babysitter recounts how strange the night was
35:40 - Christi's grandmother talks about Mark leaving the children with her
38:00 - Mark drives around town looking for Christi
40:44 - Mark moves out the day after Christi is considered missing
43:19 - A final plea from Christi's family
47:20 - Mark Adams Unsolved Mysteries preview
49:42 - Robbery reenactment
50:39 - Mark Adams was accused of being the triggerman
52:43 - San Quentin description
57:47 - Why San Quentin was different from other prisons
59:31 - June 10th 1986, Mark's escape
1:03:52 - 2 years since Mark escaped
1:04:19 - Mark Adams Update
1:07:47 - Next Weeks episode
1:10:31 - Outtakes
1:12:04 - National Domestic Violence Hotline (1-800-799-7233)
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