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Welcome to ninetiesDJarchives! We are a division of The SFDPS (San Francisco Disco Preservation Society). We are dedicated to preserving DJ cassette mixtapes from the 90's. This Hearthis page has been set up for mixtapes of 90's house. Please visit our other mixtape archive pages (SFDPS) to listen to DJ mixtapes from the 70's/early 80's disco + Hi-NRG era. hearthis.at/sfdps and our eightiesDJarchives that focuses on mixtapes of 80s funk, soul, R&B, New Wave and Pop hearthis.at/eightiesdarchives
 
Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities ...
 
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Something you might not appreciate about climbing Everest is... it’s a bit fiddly. Lethally fiddly. And lethally chilly. And lethally tiring. In fact that 4% of people die while doing it. And in most cases, it’s impossible to recover their bodies. As a result there are as many as 300 dead bodies on the mountain, including the remains of David Sharp…
 
GENRE: 90's VOCAL HOUSE Recorded live at 2-4 Club (Previously DCA Club, and currently Voyeur Nightclub in Philly, PA) From the Diane Lusk mixtape archives. This is tape #3 of a set of tapes from that night (Tape #2 seems to be missing from the mixtape box)由ninetiesDJarchives
 
On July 1st 2010 Raoul Moat was released from Durham prison. 5 days later - after the largest manhunt in Northumbria Police history – he would be dead, having shot three people, declared war on the police, seen 35,000 people join a supportive Facebook group and had a football legend in a dressing gown turn up to take him fishing. But he was an utte…
 
At 8am on Friday August 1981 the phone rang at Ripon police station. A voice announced police would find “a decomposed body among the willow herbs” at a particular grid reference close to Sutton Bank top. The caller refused to give a name “for reasons of national security” and hung up. Police attended the scene and, at popular picnic site, found th…
 
In this very special episode, Everyone Dies in Sunderland teams up with the wonderful Jenny from Its Murder Up North to take a look at the crimes of Hartlepool-born multiple murderer Arthur “The Fox” Hutchinson, one only 23 prisoners to be serving a whole life tariff. Don’t compare Bold the Fox Cub to a murderer though – call him “Slapstick Bundy” …
 
A little after 7am on Sunday September 1st 2016 Peter Maine went for a jog through the centre of Durham. A short while later he was found by the banks of the River Wear with three stab wounds to the heart. To this day we don’t know if it was murder or suicide. No sign of robbery. No defensive wounds. So suicide? In which case, what happened to the …
 
In November 1995 the sitcom Caroline in the City – Lea Thompson played a woman called Caroline who lived in a city – tried to boost its profile with crossover episodes with the (much popular) Friends and Frasier. In a completely unrelated note, this episode sees us team up with Lindsay and Madison from Ye Olde Crime podcast! They tell us all about …
 
Ever wondered why we called our show “Everyone Dies In Sunderland”? It’s actually nothing to do with true crime at all. But it is related to the very sad, very public, death of Carry On legend Sid James. The gang then takes a look at the harrowing lives of some of the other cast members of the legendary comedy franchise.Gareth tells us about the li…
 
In 1994 four teenage boys in Sunderland – all students from the same school – died one after another, with their bodies found for the most part in burning sheds or derelict buildings with ligatures around their neck. The police insisted nothing sinister was going on. A lot of true crime shows will at some point say “this sounds like something out o…
 
Meet the possible serial killer who might be back on the streets this December The gang revisits 1997, and investigates North Shields-born Allan Grimson – convicted of killing two men, suspected of killing three and possibly responsible for the deaths of up to twenty undiscovered victims. There’s a good chance he’ll be released this December. The g…
 
In 1978 a hoaxer from Wearside led the police searching for a notorious serial killer on a wild goose chase. Actual wild geese would have done a better job of catching him. Seriously, the guy literally fell out of the sky and landed on the police at one point and it still took them 18 years to catch him. This is the story of the notorious hoaxer We…
 
The gang takes a look at the murder of noted dermatologist Dr David Birkett by the notable idiot Reg Wilson, an attempt to commit the perfect murder with the aid of Japanese erotica, stencils and crashing a motorbike into a wall like Jay did on The Inbetweeners that time, but still managing to leave fingerprints at the scene. Reg did manage to buil…
 
The gang remembers the Monkseaton Shootings of 1989 – which despite being Britain’s fourth worst mass shooting – no-one else seems to do. Seriously, the BBC’s anniversary story was literally headlined “town struggles to remember shootings”. Britain’s fourth worst mass shooting! John takes steps to avoid an accidental comeback in local radio. Claire…
 
The gang’s time travelling Vauxhall Cavalier once again materialises in 1991 to conclude the story of Albert Dryden, his sort-of-televised murder of Harry Collinson, and shootings of BBC reporter Tony Belmont in the arm and police officer Stephen Campbell in the “lower back”. Claire boycotts KFC. John considers buying opium. Gareth channel’s Russ A…
 
The gang takes a trip back to 1991 to explore the sort-of-televised murder of planning officer Harry Collinson by “harmless lover of ballistics” Albert Dryden, close to John’s native Consett. John discusses the Hartlepool monkey-hanging incident with Doc Brown from Back to the Future. Gareth takes a shine to a catchphrase idea. Claire’s brother blo…
 
The gang revisits 1990 to take a closer look at the unsolved murder of Ann Heron in Darlington in 1990, and yes, the poetry inspired by it. John improves ITV dramas before becoming preoccupied with honey. Gareth raps twice. Claire convinces some children that she’s a witch before teaching the listeners how to impregnate a pig. Jasper Carrot parodie…
 
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