295 episodes

Listen to the gripping details of the world's most brutal murders presented to you by two attorneys who rely on their sarcasm and wit to plow through the horrors of the crimes. Court and police records are heavily relied on to ensure the accuracy of each episode. Listen to Crimes and Consequences for your weekly dose of hardcore true crime.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 578 Ratings

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Listen to the gripping details of the world's most brutal murders presented to you by two attorneys who rely on their sarcasm and wit to plow through the horrors of the crimes. Court and police records are heavily relied on to ensure the accuracy of each episode. Listen to Crimes and Consequences for your weekly dose of hardcore true crime.

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    EARLY RELEASE--EP137: THE BEAST OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

    EARLY RELEASE--EP137: THE BEAST OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

    The province of British Columbia in Canada was gripped by a string of disappearances and deaths of its young people in the early 1980s. At first, the police thought maybe the missing children were runaways and didn’t spend too much of their time on the cases. However, when a 9-year-old boy disappeared and then his body was later found, the police realized that 9-year-olds don’t usually run away from home. Eventually, the police would arrest Clifford Olson, who would be dubbed “The Beast of British Columbia”. Listen to this week’s episode to hear about the 11 murders of children from the ages of 9-18 that Clifford confessed to, as well as other possible murders for which he may have been responsible.

    Junko Furuta

    Junko Furuta

    In late 1988, Junko Furuta was a 17-year-old girl in Japan with her whole life ahead of her. On November 25th, she was kidnapped while riding her bike home from her part-time job. For over 40 days, she was held captive by a group of teen boys who gang-raped and tortured her until she died from her wounds on January 4th, 1989. WARNING: THIS STORY IS EXCEPTIONALLY GRUESOME.

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    EP136: THE WHINY-VOICED SERIAL KILLER

    EP136: THE WHINY-VOICED SERIAL KILLER

    In the early 80s, a serial killer was murdering women in the twin cities of Minnesota with an ice pick. After each attack, he would call 911 weeping and begging for the police to put an end to his terror. It was only after one of his victims escaped that Paul Michael Stephani was finally apprehended. Fifteen years later, when Paul learned he had terminal cancer, he made a full confession of all his crimes, which included a murder completely off the authorities' radar. Listen to this episode to hear his ultra-annoying voice and the unsavory details of his murder spree.
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    Sources:
    1) State v. Stephani, Appellate Court of Minnesota
    2) Oxygen article: Will You Find Me?’ The ‘Weepy Voiced Killer’ Asked Police While Reporting His Own Murders
    3) Medium Article "The creepy Weepy-Voiced Killer"
    4) The Line Up Article "Weepy Voiced Killer: The Serial Murder Spree of Paul Michael Stephani"
    5) YouTube "911 Calls of the Weepy Voiced Killer - Paul Michael Stephani" https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G9tZewM5LlE&t=13s

    • 36 min
    MINI: THE DEATH OF JENNIE OSBORN

    MINI: THE DEATH OF JENNIE OSBORN

    Have you ever wondered, to what lengths the police have a duty to keep the public safe? Obviously, law enforcement has a duty to protect the people in the community in which they work, but to what extent? Listen to today’s Monday Mini about the death of Jennie Osborn and the low-life piece of crap that killed her, who already had a criminal record that included violence against women and rape before he met 15-year-old Jennie. Did Jennie’s community have a duty to protect her because her killer moved into her neighborhood?

    THE MODEL BODYBUILDER

    THE MODEL BODYBUILDER

    As a child, Clifford Bolden had a severe stutter and was teased by other children. Determined to stop the teasing, Clifford decided he wanted to sculpt his body and grow his muscles so that no one would want to give him a hard time. Not only did Clifford build his body, he also learned karate. Eventually, however, Clifford used his strength to rob and murder people. After serving some time, Clifford found himself in San Francisco, not able to find any work. A friend recommended he advertise himself as a model and gay escort to make money. Clifford felt very ashamed of this line of work however, he didn't stop doing it. One fateful night, he found himself at a gay bar named The Palladium where black men could meet white men. On September 8, 1986, Clifford met Henry Pedersen and the night ended with Henry dead.

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    EP135: MONEY CHANGES EVERYTHING

    EP135: MONEY CHANGES EVERYTHING

    Popstar Cyndi Lauper once sang, “Money Changes Everything” and nothing could be more true. People fight about money every day, and it pits family members against one another. Husbands against wives, siblings against one another, parents vs. children…it goes on and on. One such family that was affected by money was the Mack family in Reno, Nevada. When Charla met Darren Mack and they fell madly in love, Darren didn’t mind lavishing his bride with trips and expensive gifts. But when Charla filed for divorce, the wheels fell off the bus, so to speak. Once earning in excess of $40,000.00/month, Darren claimed he only made $5,000.00/month and could afford the financial agreement he made with Charla in Court. But when he was ordered to pay Charla her million-dollar settlement, Darren lost it. He decided murder was the only way to solve his financial problems…but Charla wasn’t the only victim he had in mind.

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    Sources:
    1) “Love her to death” by John Glatt
    2) Article: Darren Mack case: Reno judge reflects on assassination attempt
    3) Article: I-Team Exclusive: Son of convicted murderer Darren Mack claims father killed ex-wife in self-defense
    4) Article: Judge Chuck Weller, shot by angry pawn shop owner in 2006, decides to retire
    5) Article: The Darren Mack case: 10 years later
    6) Video: CBS News: Darren Mack on the stand
    7) Darren Mack’s Murderpedia page
    8) The Crimes of Darren Mack

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
578 Ratings

578 Ratings

champagnmami ,

Not a host, just a top tier fan

Well I was just accused of being one of the hosts on Reddit because I recommended the show so much. Least I can do is reflect my love in the ratings!

gardenfairy86 ,

Wow

This is definitely a podcast that’s NOT easy on the ears. Their accents are really annoying. Intelligent ladies who sound dumb, their accents make a regular pronunciation sound wrong. The fat ones cadence is really weird. Starts off high then goes down, and the Botox lady pauses for way too long in between words, not just sentences, words! Takes forever to get through one line! I’ve had to listen on 2x. I took a break from podcasts and tried this one again but I just can’t do it.

Annasfaith ,

Awesome!

These ladies are great! They tell stories and bring out the factual details of them -
I’m always shocked about how sick people are! I guess that’s why I don’t like people 🤣 but I love you guys! Your great- you make me laugh!

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