Killer Duos

Episode 110: Listener Suggestions: The Texas Cadet Murder

A young couple conspire to kill a romantic rival in Texas in 1995.  Thanks to listener Casey Graham for the suggestion of this case.  This is the case of Diane Zamora and David Graham - The Texas Cadet Murder case. Make-a-Wish North Texas - ...

Mass Murder/Spree Killers POC

Episode 109: Listener Suggestions: Craig Price - The Warwick Slasher

This month I'm picking cases from listener suggestions as a "thank you" to my audience.  First up is a case from Warwick, Rhode Island suggested by Mikala Fortin. When a series of brutal murders takes place in one neighborhood in 1989,...

Hauntings/Horror Historical Crimes

Episode 108: Haunted Homicide: The LaLaurie Mansion

The last chapter of "Haunted Homicide" is the story of the LaLaurie Mansion known as "the most haunted house in America".  In this episode you'll hear the TRUE story of Madame Delphine LaLaurie who is called "the socialite serial killer".   ...

Hauntings/Horror Historical Crimes International Crimes

Episode 107: Haunted Homicide: The Tower of London

The Tower of London has a long history of torture, murder and royal intrigue.  It has also been the scene of many ghostly sightings over its 950-year history.  Travel with me to through the Tower to uncover some of its dark history.  ...

Family Annihilators Hauntings/Horror

Episode 106: Haunted Homicide: The Amityville Horror House and Ron DeFeo

A house with a dark history is purchased by a young couple in 1975.  They soon begin experiencing unexplained and terrifying events inside the home.  Was it a result of their imaginations run wild? A hoax? Or the after effects of a horrific...

Hauntings/Horror LGBTQ+ Crime Serial Killers

Episode 105: Haunted Homicide: Herb Baumeister and Fox Hollow Farm

A serial killer uses his own home as his killing grounds.  After his crimes are discovered his property, Fox Hollow Farm, will be considered one of the most haunted places in the midwestern United States.  This is chapter one of the series,...

Bizarre Crimes Hoaxes And Frauds POC

Episode 104: Fast Food Felonies: The Wendy's Chili Finger Scam

A woman finds a finger in a fast food item. An investigation is launched and a crime will be uncovered.  Audio clips:

Mass Murder/Spree Killers

Episode 103: Fast Food Felonies: The Fast Food Killer

A series of fast food restaurant robberies take place in Nashville, Tennessee in 1997.  The accused, Paul Dennis Reid, would claim that his early history of brain damage was to blame.  Photos from top left (clockwise): Tennessee map, Paul...

Mass Murder/Spree Killers POC Serial Killers Sex Crimes/Rape

Episode 102: Fast Food Felonies: The Taco Bell Strangler

A series of women are found raped and strangled in their homes in Charlotte, North Carolina between 1992 and 1994.  Later it would be discovered that they could all be linked to one man - a manager at a Taco Bell restaurant in Charlotte. ...

Bizarre Crimes Female Killers International Crimes Killer Duos

Episode 101: Written in Blood: Anne Perry - Part 2

We continue the story of one of the most infamous murders ever committed in New Zealand. Known as the Parker-Hulme Murder it was shocking because of it's brutality as well as because, it was soon discovered, it had been perpetrated by two teenaged...

Bizarre Crimes Female Killers International Crimes Killer Duos

Episode 100: Written in Blood: Anne Perry - Part 1

A brutal murder takes place in Christchurch, New Zealand in 1954.  Two teenage girls are quickly identified as the murderers.  The crime would become infamous in New Zealand and the girl exposed as a well-known writer decades later....

Episode 099: Written in Blood: J.J. Paulsen and Richard Klinkhamer

In this second chapter of "Written in Blood" I detail cases of two writers who became wife killers - and then hid their crime from the public.   #domesticviolence #authors #writers  Resources:  For Domestic Violence resources and help:...

Episode 098: Written in Blood: Jack Abbott and Issei Sagawa

In this series I detail crimes committed by authors or writers.  First up, two authors who became literary celebrities despite their criminal history....or even because of it.  #JackHenryAbbott #IsseiSagawa #NormanMailer #GaryGilmore...

Episode 097: Wild Things: The Pacific Heights Dog Mauling Case - Part 2

Diane Whipple lost her life on January 26, 2001 after she was attacked by two dangerous dogs. You'll hear about the public outcry after this horrible incident and how the owners, Robert Noel and Marjorie Knoller, made matters worse by insisting they...

Episode 096: Wild Things: The Pacific Heights Dog Mauling Case - Part 1

A fatal dog mauling case shocked the San Francisco Bay Area and the world in early 2001.  When the details were revealed about the dogs and their owners the story took a bizarre twist. Join me for part one of this two-part episode as I detail the...

Episode 095: Wild Things: The Murder of Dian Fossey

Dian Fossey became the foremost expert on the mountain gorillas of the Congo.  She conducted the first long-term field study of these animals and her story was immortalized in the book and movie Gorillas in the Mist. A few days after...

Episode 094: Wild Things: The San Francisco Zoo Tiger Attacks

If true crime stories teach us anything it's that man is the most dangerous animal of all. In this new series I will detail cases where human's behavior results in wild animals becoming involved in crime stories.   This series will NOT detail...

Bonus Episode: "Dead North"

On this bonus episode I discuss the 4-part documentary series "Dead North" that premiered on A&E in late May.  My special co-host is my brother, Tony.   Ways to watch: Today's sponsors:  - Use offer code ONCE to get $75 off...

Episode 093: Infamous Locales: The Cecil Hotel - Part 3

A young, Canadian college students goes missing from the Cecil while visiting Los Angeles in 2013.  The hotel's surveillance camera captures bizarre behavior by the young woman adding to the mystery.   #ElisaLam #mysteriousdeaths...

Episode 092: Infamous Locales: The Cecil Hotel - Part 2

We continue the series "Infamous Locales" with another true crime story from the infamous Cecil Hotel. This time, I'll tell you about another serial killer who made the Cecil his base of operations -  Jack Unterweger, "The Vienna Woods...

Episode 091: Infamous Locales: The Cecil Hotel - Part 1

The Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles has been home to at least two serial killers, numerous tragic deaths, a sniper shooting and one mysterious death.  Join me for this first installment of a 2-part episode covering the Cecil Hotel's history. #serial...

Episode 090: Ted Bundy, Jon Benet and Jodi Arias or What I Learned at CrimeCon

In this special episode I give a wrap-up of CrimeCon - all the true crime celebrity sightings, the true crime podcast rockstars I got to hang out with, and all the inside gossip and info.  I also discuss a couple of cases related to what I...

Episode 089: Infamous Locales: Whitechapel and the Jack the Ripper Murders

The district of Whitechapel in London, England was the location of one of the most infamous, unsolved serial murders in history - the Jack the Ripper Murders. But, there was possibly a second serial murderer operating at the same time. Journey with us...

Episode 088: Infamous Locales: The Beverly Hills Bermuda Triangle

One intersection in Beverly Hills has been the site of many events from airplane crashes, car accidents, and murders. Could it be a coincidence or is the area cursed?  Photo: The intersection of Sunset Blvd, North Linden and North Whittier Drive...