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Let’s talk about Looking for the Todt Family, hosted by Sten Spinella and Taylor Hartz. Four bodies were found inside a home in Celebration, FL, in 2020. This podcast explores every facet of this case, from healthcare fraud to the murders themselves.
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Looking for the Todt Family
Host: Sten Spinella and Taylor Hartz
Listen on: iTunes, Spotify
On January 13, 2020, four bodies were found inside a home in Celebration, Florida – a small community near Disney World. The bodies were those of Megan Todt, 42, a stay-at-home mom, yoga instructor, and former physical therapist, and her children, Alek Todt, 13, Tyler Todt, 11, and Zoe Todt, 4. They had all been drugged with Benadryl, and Megan, Alek, Tyler, and Breezy, the family’s dog, had been stabbed. According to the medical examiner, they had been dead for weeks. Tony Todt, Megan’s husband and the children’s father was found inside the home with their bodies. He was arrested and charged with murder. This podcast explores every facet of this case, from Tony’s violent family history to the FBI investigation surrounding Tony’s healthcare fraud, the murders themselves, and Tony’s revelations and accusations from jail. It also will follow the case through Tony Todt’s trial.
Even though we live fairly close to Celebration, FL, I hadn’t heard of the Todt Family or this story. I am shocked that, as unbelievable as this story is, there hasn’t been more coverage.
I appreciate that Taylor and Sten spent a great deal talking about the victims. I find that a lot of podcasts focus on the suspect more.
This story is incredibly sad. I found myself listening intently for the motive. I don’t understand how someone who appears to have the perfect family life can wind up in Tony Todt’s situation. Once they start digging deeper into his life, you realize that his life wasn’t as perfect as everyone seemed to believe.
I give Looking for the Todt Family 4 out of 5 stars.
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