In December 2004, 23-year-old Bobbie Jo Stinnett of Skidmore Missouri was excited about having her first baby. At eight months pregnant, she was still active in the rat terrier show circuit and met someone who had a diabolical plan: she wanted Bobbie Jo’s baby. Lisa Montgomery catfished the unsuspecting Bobbie Jo, setting up a meeting, posing as ‘Darlene Fischer’, pretending she wanted to buy a puppy. Bobbie Jo let her acquaintance into her home, and after a violent struggle she was dead, and her baby had been cut from her womb. Fortunately, law enforcement caught up with Lisa Montgomery, and found baby Victoria Jo alive.
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Baby Be Mine: The Shocking True Story of a Woman Who Murdered a Pregnant
United States v. Lisa Montgomery
Baby Found in Kansas Is Thought to Be That of Slain Woman
Husband thought stolen baby was his
Trial of Baby Cut From Womb Begins
Lisa Montgomery becomes first woman to be executed by the federal government since 1953
'Inside The Devil's House': A Killer Cuts A Baby Out Of An Expectant Mother's Womb Kansan Lisa Montgomery was executed for killing a pregnant woman in 2004 and stealing her baby. Here's what you need to know.
What happened to Bobbie Jo Stinnett's daughter, the baby Lisa Montgomery stole? Lisa Montgomery execution: why did she get the death penalty - and what happened to Bobbi Jo Stinnett's baby?
Created & Produced by Sonya Lowe
Narrated by Noel Vinson
Researched & Written by Nikki Smith
Music: “Nordic Medieval” by Marcus Bressler
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This True Crime Podcast was researched using open source or archive materials.