#curiouscase

We look into the mind of Steve Stephens.

Steve William Stephens worked as a vocational specialist at a behavioral health agency for children and families. He was wearing his work ID badge day of the murder.Police confirmed there was no known connection between Godwin and Stephens prior to the shooting and that Godwin was selected at random. Stephens' mother was quoted as having told authorities that Stephens told her by phone he was "shooting people" because he was mad with his girlfriend.

The shooting happened at around 2:00 p.m. EDT on April 16, 2017 (Easter Sunday), in the 600 block of East 93rd Street in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Stephens uploaded a video of the event. Seconds before the shooting, Stephens exited his car, approached the victim and then asked Godwin to say the name of a woman with whom Stephens had been in a romantic relationship. Stephens then said "She's the reason why this is about to happen to you", before fatally shooting Godwin, who fell to the ground after he was shot.Facebook said the video was uploaded to the website after the fact, not livestreamed as initially reported In other Facebook posts, Stephens claimed responsibility for 13 murders, but police said they were not aware of any other victims.

A search for Stephens began soon after the shooting, prompting lockdowns at a number of locations, including Cleveland State University. Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams told reporters that detectives talked with Stephens by cellphone shortly after the shooting, but had no further contact with him since that time. The manhunt expanded to other states on the morning of April 17. Residents in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana, and Michigan were asked to be on alert, and a US$50,000 reward was offered for information leading to Stephens' arrest on a charge of aggravated murderThe FBI also aided the Cleveland Police Department.

At 11:10 a.m. on April 18, Stephens pulled into the drive-through lane of a McDonald's restaurant in Harborcreek Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania, 100 miles from the location of the shooting. An employee recognized Stephens from news reports and, after verifying with fellow employees, provided Stephens with part of his order, but stalled him by stating that his fries were still cooking. During this time police were called to the restaurant. Stephens, wary, left without his fries.

As Stephens pulled out of the restaurant, state police gave chase heading westbound through Wesleyville, Pennsylvania. Stephens made it to the corner of Buffalo Road and Downing Avenue in the city of Erie, where Pennsylvania State Police successfully executed a tactical maneuver to bring the car to a stop. As police approached Stephens' car, he shot himself in the head and died instantly.

The Curious Case Series Documentary follows Steve Stephens into his decent into darkness heavily edited by me using the footage he left behind. This is a pretty dark series and is not meant to glorify his actions, but to let the suspect tell their story.

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1 year ago

The Curious Case of Randy Stair
Episode 8 of 8

A series About Randy Stair's Decent into Darkness

Randy Robert Stair a YouTuber and animator , who called himself Andrew Blaze, worked at Weis Markets for seven years prior to the shootings. He had kept detailed videos, recordings, and journals leading up to the shooting, most of which he uploaded to online forums and social media profiles just prior. In these writings and videos, he expressed his willingness to commit suicide, addressed the personal tragedies and other misfortunes he experienced which led him to a state of depression, described questioning his gender identity, provided detailed explanations of his plans for carrying out the shooting, and explained his belief that these murders would allow him to cross over to an animated world he had imagined. Stair also had a fascination with multiple mass shootings, specifically school shootings particularly the Columbine High School massacre and its perpetrators.Randy Stair, 24, arrived for his late-night shift at Weis Markets in Eaton Township, Pennsylvania (just south of Tunkhannock), on the evening of June 7, 2017, during closing time at approximately 11:00 p.m. Stair went to the back of the store to the crew area and blocked an emergency exit at the far back of the store. He then continued with his duties, stocking shelves and cleaning up from the previous day. At 12:10 a.m., he sent out links to multiple files and videos which detailed his plans via his Twitter account.
Stair then went back to the crew area in the rear of the store, blocked the remaining exits, then locked the automatic doors at the main entrance to the store. He then pulled out two pistol grip pump-action shotguns and walked around the store and killed three employees. He then approached another coworker, , who had not heard the shooting due to her listening to music with headphones on while she was labeling items and stocking shelves near the rear of the store.
After this, Stair proceeded to fire at a glass and other merchandise in the store and shot multiple small portable propane tanks, which failed to explode. Around this time, Newell took off her headphones; hearing the gunshots, she hid in the crew room and called 9-1-1. After a short time, Stair concluded his shooting of the store's contents. Stair then went to the deli section of the store, placed the shotgun in his mouth and ended himself.

The Curious Case Series Documentary follows Randy Stair into his decent into darkness heavily edited by me using the footage he left behind. This is a pretty dark series and is not meant to glorify his actions, but to let the suspect tell their story.

Viewer Discretion is Advised

2 years ago

Before Randy shot up his job, he was planning on killing himself in his bedroom
Episode 7 of my True Crime Documentary on Randy stair

The Curious Case of Randy Stair
Episode 7 of 8

A series About Randy Stair's Decent into Darkness

Randy Robert Stair a YouTuber and animator , who called himself Andrew Blaze, worked at Weis Markets for seven years prior to the shootings. He had kept detailed videos, recordings, and journals leading up to the shooting, most of which he uploaded to online forums and social media profiles just prior. In these writings and videos, he expressed his willingness to commit suicide, addressed the personal tragedies and other misfortunes he experienced which led him to a state of depression, described questioning his gender identity, provided detailed explanations of his plans for carrying out the shooting, and explained his belief that these murders would allow him to cross over to an animated world he had imagined. Stair also had a fascination with multiple mass shootings, specifically school shootings particularly the Columbine High School massacre and its perpetrators.Randy Stair, 24, arrived for his late-night shift at Weis Markets in Eaton Township, Pennsylvania (just south of Tunkhannock), on the evening of June 7, 2017, during closing time at approximately 11:00 p.m. Stair went to the back of the store to the crew area and blocked an emergency exit at the far back of the store. He then continued with his duties, stocking shelves and cleaning up from the previous day. At 12:10 a.m., he sent out links to multiple files and videos which detailed his plans via his Twitter account.
Stair then went back to the crew area in the rear of the store, blocked the remaining exits, then locked the automatic doors at the main entrance to the store. He then pulled out two pistol grip pump-action shotguns and walked around the store and killed three employees. He then approached another coworker, , who had not heard the shooting due to her listening to music with headphones on while she was labeling items and stocking shelves near the rear of the store.
After this, Stair proceeded to fire at a glass and other merchandise in the store and shot multiple small portable propane tanks, which failed to explode. Around this time, Newell took off her headphones; hearing the gunshots, she hid in the crew room and called 9-1-1. After a short time, Stair concluded his shooting of the store's contents. Stair then went to the deli section of the store, placed the shotgun in his mouth and ended himself.

The Curious Case Series Documentary follows Randy Stair into his decent into darkness heavily edited by me using the footage he left behind. This is a pretty dark series and is not meant to glorify his actions, but to let the suspect tell their story.

Viewer Discretion is Advised

2 years ago

The Curious case of Elliot Rodger is made up of videos Elliot Rodger uploaded to Youtube, we get to see Elliots point of View and allow him to tell his story.
This video can only be found on Bitchute, as I have a perma ban on youtube

2 years, 2 months ago