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After much delay, we're back with a new episode! This week we're filling you in on our time off and just chatting shit (and gardening). Hope you enjoy this unscripted episode and stay tuned for more new episodes coming your way soon! ----------------------------------------------- Like the show? Give us a rating and review! Join our Patreon: Patreo…
 
For more than forty years, Terry Rasmussen evaded police and preyed on countless women and children. He became known as the chameleon killer for his ability to blend in with his surroundings and disappear. In this bonus episode we explore eight murders and disappearances linked to Rasmussen and the trail of destruction he left behind. And be sure t…
 
This episode originally aired as a Patreon bonus episode in November 2020. Four bodies in two barrels were found 15 years apart in Bear Brook State Park in New Hampshire. This 35-year-old case is only partly solved, but what is solved is because of Forensic Genealogy. This month we’re looking into the incredible story of the Bear Brook Murders and …
 
In this episode, we talk about a 99-year-old unsolved case that links a serial killer, the Mafia, folklore, and the supernatural. Join us as we take a look at the story of the Axeman of New Orleans, an unidentified serial killer who loved jazz and has become a part of NOLA’s rich culture and history. FURTHER READING: Axeman of New Orleans Axeman Of…
 
**This episode originally aired as a Patron bonus episode in October 2020.** For 16 years New York City was under attack by a serial bomber. In the 1940s and 50s The Mad Bomber placed dozens of bombs around New York City in theatres, businesses, train stations, and libraries. The bombs left an entire city on edge for years as the police desperately…
 
In 17th Century Paris, Catherine Monvoisin was a famous fortune-teller, poisoner, and practitioner of black magic. She helped Paris high society with their problems. Her poisons and black magic may have had a hand in murdering between 1,000 and 2,500 people. And then she got involved with a woman looking for help killing her lover -- King Louis IVX…
 
Today we're talking about the complicated web of (potentially) hundreds of jewel thieves called the Pink Panthers. Listen in to hear all about the many many many, heists this group has pulled off at high-end jewellery stores worldwide! FURTHER READING: Pink Panthers - Wikipedia The Daring Heists Of The Elusive Pink Panthers (Buzzfeed Unsolved) Pink…
 
We’re doing something a little bit different this week, because why not?! A few months ago in a Patreon bonus episode we rambled our way into talking about McCarthyism and the Red Scare in the USA during the Cold War as well as the Hollywood Blacklist and since we spoke about early Hollywood a bit a few months ago, we figured we should devote a who…
 
This week we're back with part 2 of our episode on the Long Island Serial Killer case, also known as the LISK. In this episode we talk about the main alleged suspects in this case and the investigation. FURTHER READING: Lost Girls: When Women Go Missing on LI Some Matter, Prostitutes Don’t Girls Disappearing: Behind the Headlines of the Long Island…
 
This week is part one of our two part look at the LISK or Long Island Serial Killer case. This week we talk about the victims of these brutal murders and how they were discovered. And next week we'll dive into the investigation and the suspects. You can find the links for sources and other things we mentioned in this episode in the list of links be…
 
We're closing out the month with the greatest unsolved mystery in the history of the FBI: The NORJACK hijacking and the mysterious DB Cooper. We'll tell you the details of this infamous case and go through some of our favourite suspects. Let us know your theories! FURTHER READING: DB Cooper - Wikipedia DB Cooper in popular culture - Wikipedia Richa…
 
In December 1978, 6 men wearing black ski masks and driving a stolen van broke into the cargo terminal at JFK Airport in New York. They were there to steal a whole lot of money and carry out what is still the largest cash robbery ever committed on US soil. Today we're talking about the Lufthansa Heist, the New York Mob in the 1970s and 1980s, and e…
 
Hello everyone! So sorry for missing last week, Taylor was on holiday with absolutely terrible internet! Which made uploading this audio absolutely impossible. But we're here now with the story of the mysterious death of Alfred Loewenstein, the 3rd richest man in the world at the time of his death. This month we're looking at sky crimes, and Alfred…
 
Sorry for the delay in posting this week guys, we actually managed to get so far ahead of ourselves with planning and recording that we forgot to schedule stuff! Now, if last week’s episode didn’t already have you questioning your government and what extremes they would go to to get one up on the enemy and cover up disaster, well buckle up because …
 
This week we're looking at a space race conspiracy. For years, people have believed that during the space race, the Soviet Union launched several secret, manned test missions that ended in disaster. Are there really lost Russian space capsules orbiting Earth? Listen in to find out more! FURTHER READING: Lost Cosmonauts - Wikipedia Timeline of the S…
 
We're diving into the world of UFOs and aliens with this week's episode about the Rendlesham Forest Incident. Although it is much less well known than its American counterpart, the Rendlesham Forest Incident has become known as Britain’s Roswell. Come on in and listen to us wax poetic about all things extraterrestrial and let us know if you believe…
 
We're officially back from our break with a month of mysteries! T This week we’re going all the way back to the 12th century and the small rural village of Woolpit in Suffolk, England, when one day two small green children appeared in one of the woolpits. This is a weird one, so be sure to tell us your theories! FURTHER READING: Green children of W…
 
We're butting into our break to bring you a slightly different episode: a discussion about Netflix's Inventing Anna! If you haven't listened to our previous episode about Anna Delvey/Anna Sorokin, check out Episode 76: Fake Heiress, and be sure to let us know what you think about Inventing Anna! FURTHER READING: Jessica Pressler's original article …
 
Hey everyone! You could probably tell from our release schedules and some of the things we've mentioned have been going on in our lives over the past few months, but basically, 2022 is kicking our butts. And we need a little break. So, we won't be releasing any regular episodes in March to give us time to regroup, rest, and get back on track. We've…
 
Think you know who invented the motion picture camera? Think again. Today we’re looking at the mysterious disappearance of Louis Le Prince, the man who invented the moving image camera, before Thomas Edison. FURTHER READING: Traffic Crossing Leeds Bridge (1888) Louis Le Prince Roundhay Garden Scene (1888) Louis Le Prince - Wikipedia CINEMATOGRAPHY …
 
Was Superman murdered? This week we’re looking at the mysterious death of the first actor to play Superman on television, George Reeves. And we’re talking about all the conspiracy theories and old Hollywood scandals surrounding it. FURTHER READING: George Reeves - Wikipedia Toni Mannix - Wikipedia Eddie Mannix - Wikipedia 7 super things you might n…
 
It's finally here, after much delay: our 100th episode! WooHoo! For our 100th episode we’re finally diving into one of Glasgow’s most infamous serial killers. This week we’re looking at the murders of Patrica Docker, Jemmima MacDonald, and Helen Puttock AKA the Bible John murders. Thanks for hanging in there with us while we got this episode togeth…
 
** We're still working on the 100th episode thanks to the audio issues we had after recording and a family emergency Taylor had to contend with last week. So we're sharing with you one of our favourite previously unheard bonus episodes. Hope you enjoy and thanks for bearing with us! ** In this episode we look at all the so-called-witchy crimes Alic…
 
Ummm hey guys. This week was supposed to be our 100th episode. And we even recorded it. But the audio got completely messed up and we need some extra time to work on it! So, instead we're bringing you a bonus episode: The Technical-Difficulty-Not-100th-Episode-Spectacular Featuring Florida Man! This episode was originally a bonus episode from our n…
 
This week we’re embracing the cold weather of the season, and taking a look at the crimes that have been committed in Antarctica (spoiler alert there are literally five official crimes committed there) and the issues of governance and legal jurisdiction when crimes are committed. FURTHER READING: Crime in Antarctica History of Antarctica Antarctic …
 
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