Saturday Morning Serial is a companion podcast to The Mix Morning Fix. Each week, Jackson tells his co-hosts, Jon and Monroe, a true-crime story.
Dumbest Criminal Alibis
Whoa! Look who decided to grace us with their presence! Jon and Monroe stopped by for today's SMS. So let's have a little fun. These are the dumbest criminal alibis ever.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
This week we talk about the incredibly difficult topic of Domestic Violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Jackson shares the story of Terri who survived a horrifying attack by her ex-husband.
If you or someone you know is trapped in an abusive relationship, resources are available through the National Domestic Violence Hotline: thehotline.org | 1 (800) 799-SAFE (7233).
Story from 'I Survived...' S3E1 on Vice.
We are back! After weeks of no Saturday Morning Serial, Jackson has finally brought it back. And since he's made you wait so long, it only makes sense to give you a full hour of the largest mass murder of Americans in a single event until 9/11. This is the story of the Jonestown massacre.
The Cline Babies
This week we discuss the shocking case of Dr. Donald Cline and his over 60 biological children.
The Curse of 'The Little Rascals'
Over 200 'Our Gang' movies (also known as 'The Little Rascals) were made between 1922 and 1944. Over 130 children starred in these short films and many of them have met truly unfortunate ends. So many in fact, that many people believe a curse looms over the former child stars. Here are a few of those stories.
Craziest Death Row Inmates You've Never Heard Of
As of 2018, there are 2,721 people on death row in the United States. Today, we will cover a few of the lesser-known cases. From Phil Gibbon's Ranker article (https://www.ranker.com/list/creepy-death-row-inmates/philgibbons?ref=browse_list), here are some of the craziest death row inmate stories you've probably never heard of.