75 episodes

We’re not investigators or even investigative reporters. We’re two sisters who are fascinated by crime stories, both true and fiction, and want to share them with you. We take a story in the news, or something else that interests us and we go the extra mile (or couple of yards) to find out everything we can and give you the details through our own filter of cynicism and hangriness (yes, that’s a thing). We don’t have all the answers, but we don’t care.

We like to think it’s the podcast you’d do if you had nothing better to do.

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We’re not investigators or even investigative reporters. We’re two sisters who are fascinated by crime stories, both true and fiction, and want to share them with you. We take a story in the news, or something else that interests us and we go the extra mile (or couple of yards) to find out everything we can and give you the details through our own filter of cynicism and hangriness (yes, that’s a thing). We don’t have all the answers, but we don’t care.

We like to think it’s the podcast you’d do if you had nothing better to do.

    Episode 77: Say her name – the police war on Black women

    Episode 77: Say her name – the police war on Black women

    From Breonna Taylor to Atatiana Jefferson to Eleanor Bumpurs and more, the number of Black women killed by police is mind-blowing, particularly those killed in their own homes. It’s all for no good reason. We try to at least take a look at the tip of the iceburg and shine a ittle light on it. […]

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Episode 76: Norman Horton couldn’t help himself

    Episode 76: Norman Horton couldn’t help himself

    It was the 1950s, Norman Horton was gay, couldn’t tell anyone, he lived in small-town upstate New York, wasn’t doing well his first year at college and his father wouldn’t get off his back. So there was only one thing he could do about it… Also, we update the case of Nancy Crampton Brophy (Episode […]

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Episode 75: Louise’s Chaput’s short hike to death

    Episode 75: Louise’s Chaput’s short hike to death

    Louise Chaput planned to spend a November long weekend hiking in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. She’d barely gotten out of her car when she was dead, brutally murdered in the woods off a lonely trail. Nearly two decades later, the crime is still unsolved. We also update Jans Soering (belatedly), from Episode 48; Dan Gellers, […]

    • 1 hr 44 min
    Episode 74: Homicide and the other Jack & Jackie

    Episode 74: Homicide and the other Jack & Jackie

    No one in their Maine town was very fond of Jack, but they liked his wife, Jackie, who owned a popular waterfront restaurant in the beautiful coastal town. Then Jack was killed. And Jackie did it… We also give a brief update to the case of Nancy Crampton Brophy [Episode 55] and inflict our NNW […]

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Episode 73: The Unsolved Murder of Michael Francke

    Episode 73: The Unsolved Murder of Michael Francke

    Our special guest Dr. Elizabeth Milliken (aka sister Liz) explores one of Oregon’s enduring unsolved crimes. Sourcing and other information will be available at crimeandstuffonline.com as of Feb. 4.

    • 1 hr 51 min
    Episode 72: Cocoanut Grove and beyond, once burned…

    Episode 72: Cocoanut Grove and beyond, once burned…

    On Nov. 28, 1942, the Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire in Boston killed 492 people. Those deaths were preventable. You’d think people would learn, right? But flash forward to Warwick, R.I., February 2003…

    • 1 hr 52 min

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