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Scandinavian Crimes

Devante Johnson & Delila Sirak

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Murderers/Criminals from Scandinavia and Nordic countries are no different. These Finnish, Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish killers are notable for their lack of regard for human life. From murderous nurses to killers who committed random acts of violence. Come sit and have a listen as we learn more about Nordic and Scandinavian criminals.
 
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For 30 år siden mistede 159 mennesker livet under mordbranden på Scandinavian Star. I en ny podcastserie fortæller overlevende og pårørende om, hvad tragedien har gjort ved dem. Politikens journalist Lars Halskov følger nye spor i efterforskningen og blotlægger, hvordan myndighederne svigtede. For hvem satte ild på skibet? Det er aldrig blevet opklaret.
 
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Margaret dominated Scandinavian politics for almost forty years, but since she was a woman, she wasn’t allowed to rule as queen in her own right. Instead, she had to rule through her son Olav. When he died young, Margaret adopted her sister’s grandson, making him king. That worked fine until she eventually died and he was left to actually run the s…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Year(s) of Active: July 2000 Location: Norway The Baneheia Murders Victims: 2+ Crime: Rape, Murder, Sexual Assault On the evening of July 31, 2000, when two girls were at a local playground in the Baneheia area of Kristiansand and were eventually lured to a nearby wooded area, where they were subjected to a…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Year(s) of Active: July 2000 Location: Norway The Baneheia Murders Victims: 2+ Crime: Rape, Murder, Sexual Assault On the evening of July 31, 2000, when two girls were at a local playground in the Baneheia area of Kristiansand and were eventually lured to a nearby wooded area, where they were subjected to a…
 
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Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Year(s) of Murder: 1982 Location: Finland The Hitchhike Murder Victims: 2 (1 Survivor) Method: Unknown This story is going to be told based on the account of the surviving victim and survivor of the hitchhike murder that killed her sister in the year 1982. Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://up…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Year(s) of Murder: 1964-1996 Location: Sweden The Confessions of Thomas Quick Victims: 8-15 Method: Various Sture Ragnar Bergwall (born 26 April 1950), also known as Thomas Quick in 1993–2002, is a Swedish man previously believed to have been a serial killer, having confessed to more than 30 murders while i…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) This is a very interesting story of Bo Stefan M. Eriksson a Swedish video game developer and criminal from Uppsala involved in the UK gaming company Gizmondo with his business partner Carl Freer until it became insolvent in 2005. In February 2006, he became known for wrecking a Ferrari Enzo in Malibu, Calif…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Ursula Eriksson and Sabina Eriksson (born on 3 November 1967) are Swedish twin sisters who came to national attention in the United Kingdom in May 2008. The two were later seen on the central reservation of the M6 motorway. Appearing calm, though behaving unusually, Sabina was processed by police in Stoke-o…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) The murder of Bobby Äikiä occurred outside Nässjö, Jönköping County, Sweden, when Äikiä, a 10-year-old Swedish boy with Fragile X syndrome, was tortured and killed by his mother and stepfather. On 14 January 2006, Bobby was found dead by his mother, Niina, who believed he had died choking on a half-eaten or…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) 4 teens seem to have been attacked by a tall mysterious figure that could not be described by the lone survivor of the attack. What makes this story terrifying is despite extensive investigations, the perpetrator is still a mystery. Various theories on the killer's identity have been presented over the year…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) John Wolfgang Alexander Ausonius, known in the media as Lasermannen "The Laser Man", is a Swedish far-right extremist convicted of murder and bank robberies. Between August 1991 to January 1992 he shot eleven people in the Stockholm and Uppsala area, most of whom were immigrants, killing one and seriously i…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Danish-born serial killer Peter Lundin murdered his mother with the help of his father while the family was living in the United States in 1991. Eight months later, after the body was discovered, authorities arrested Lundin and his father and he was sentenced to 15 years in prison in 1992. While no motivati…
 
Magnus Eriksson became king of two kingdoms when he was only three years old. He peaked as a toddler, ruling over Norway, Iceland, Greenland, Sweden and Finland. But it was all downhill from there. Through a combination of unruly aristocrats, foreign invasions and the Plague Magnus Eriksson eventually lost everything.…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) An in-home nurse, Aino Nykopp-Koski killed five patients in Finland for no apparent reason in the early 2000s. Nykopp-Koski would arrive at patients' homes and administer deadly doses of medications such as sedatives and opiates. Years Active: 2004 - 2009 Location: Finland Serial Killer: Aino Nykopp-Koski V…
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) In the early 1980s, Arnfinn Nesset was convicted of murdering 22 people via poisoning while working in a nursing home in the Norwegian village of Orkdal. While he stole some money from some of the victims, there was never a clear motivation. Years Active: 1977 - 1980 Location: Orkdal, Norway Serial Killer: …
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Dagmar Overbye is one of the most notorious serial killers in Denmark's history as she targeted babies and seemingly had no motivation for her crimes. Overbye was convicted of nine murders, as there was insufficient proof of the others. Her lawyer based the case on Overbye being abused herself as a baby, bu…
 
The Swedish usurper king Magnus Birgersson won the acceptance of the Church and the aristocracy by granting them tax exemptions and other privileges. Paradoxically, he’s also remembered as a friend of the common man for trying to limit greedy noblemen’s ability to abuse peasants. He had three sons, and to say that they didn’t get along would be an …
 
Scandinavian Crimes (w/ Devante & Delila) Murderers/Criminals from Scandinavia and Nordic countries are no different. These Finnish, Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish killers are notable for their lack of regard for human life. From murderous nurses to killers who committed random acts of violence. Come sit and have a listen as we learn mor…
 
After years of decay and foreign control over Denmark, a new king was elected in 1340. Valdemar IV had his mind set on regaining control over the kingdom–no matter what. And he didn’t let German aristocrats, peasant rebellions or the Plague stand in the way of achieving his goal. For his efforts, he was given the nickname Valdemar Dawn.…
 
Haakon Haakonsson was king of Norway for a very long time. 46 years to be exact. His long reign is considered the zenith of medieval Norway: he put an end to the Norwegian civil war by defeating his father-in-law, he built multi-story stone buildings, had fashionable fiction translated and expanded Norway to its largest size ever when he took contr…
 
In the 1150s, king Erik and bishop Henrik went on the First Swedish Crusade to Finland. Maybe. The mission was a success and Finland was won for Christ and for the Swedish crown. Maybe. Erik and Henrik were both rewarded with sainthoods, but only after they met their rather grisly deaths.Door Mikael Shainkman
 
The reign of King Valdemar, the sole surviving king of the Danish civil war, is seen as the beginning of a Golden Age in Danish medieval history. Valdemar was aided by his foster-brother and BFF Absalon, who was both the king’s trusted advisor and Archbishop of Lund. Together, this dynamic duo spread Christianity and Danish control along the shores…
 
The Norwegian civil war eventually produced two rival parties. Traditionally, the Birkebeiner have been seen as the party of the poor and the downtrodden and the Bagler as the party of the nobility and the Church. But they were just as much—if not more—regional elite groupings fighting for the supremacy of their own region within the kingdom.…
 
When Magnus Barefoot was killed in Ireland, his three sons Sigurd, Eystein and Olav took over as co-kings of Norway. According to an already well-established pattern this should have led to a bloody civil war, but to everyone’s surprise the brothers kept the peace. Of course it helped that Olav died young and Sigurd set off on an epic voyage that l…
 
Unlike the king, who was a distant figure somewhere far away, the Church reached each and every one living in Scandinavia in the Middle Ages. It quickly became a rich and powerful institution that developed in parallel with the kingdom, often aiding and strengthening the secular political power—but sometimes also challenging it.…
 
Despite Magnus Barefoot’s best efforts, the Viking Age eventually ended and turned into the Middle Ages. At the time, Scandinavia was divided politically into three kingdoms: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. This is an overview of their physical and political landscapes, as well as the financial and military resources at the medieval king’s disposal.…
 
Harald Hardrada’s son Olav returned to Norway with his father’s body and proceeded to rule in peace for a quarter of a century, shunning war and glory in favor of law, commerce and religion. But his son, Magnus, resembled his martial grandfather Harald and wanted to reignite the Viking Age. Magnus fought wars in England, Sweden and Ireland. In the …
 
Just as Magnus the Good was getting comfortable as king, his uncle showed up from nowhere demanding to share the kingdom. Since uncle Harald was rich and powerful, Magnus had little choice but to agree. The arrangement was awkward and brief, ending with Magnus' death. Harald went on to try and conquer both Denmark and England, but the only thing he…
 
In the late 10th century, a guy called Erik became the first king of Sweden. He started out ruling together with his brother, but he soon died. Erik’s orphaned nephew tried to usurp the throne, but the fact that Erik is known as “the Victorious” should give you a clue about how it all ended.Door Mikael Shainkman
 
I denne episode vil du få mulighed for at høre mere om den nye 2025 Plan, baggrunden for den - og hvilke målsætninger der er for The Scandinavian. I podcasten medvirker CEO David, og bestyrelsesformand Lars Neumann. Har du spørgsmål eller andet til episoden, må du endeligt kontakte os.Door xhgmb
 
Olav Haraldsson was an ambitious man who wanted two things more than anything else: to be king of Norway and to Christianize the Norwegians. In life, he was a divisive character and was killed after a brief stint on the throne. But in death, he became a unifying national symbol and king forever.Door Mikael Shainkman
 
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