Midweek Murders is a True Crime Comedy podcast based in the UK made by Sandra and Joe. They talk about a different case each week, where Sandra introduces the case and Joe explains the forensic science. Mostly though, it's bants and beer.
Halloween Special: The Amityville Horror
This week we're discussing the case of the DeFeo family, who were murdered in their house which later became famous for alleged paranormal activities in the book The Amityville Horror. Joe talks about when he called the police, Sandra confesses to stealing a plastic lawn mower and guest Lee talks about a demon pig named Jodie.
Halloween Special: The Mysterious Case of Gloria Ramirez
This week we're doing a Halloween Special. We discuss the many theories around the death of Gloria Ramirez, where 23 hospital workers became mysteriously ill after treating Gloria at the ER. Joe rants about the American healthcare system and Sandra talks about a Russian zombie series that might not have zombies.
Lies, Loss and Life Sentences
This week we talk about the true crime documentary American Murder: The Family Next Door, which is about Shanann, Bella and Celeste Watts who were murdered by Chris Watts. Joe explains why he would fail a polygraph test and Sandra overshares.
The Fibres of Institutionalised Racism
This week we talk about Stephen Lawrence, who was murdered by five white youths in a racist attack, and the staggering mishandling of the case by the police. Joe explains fibre analysis and Sandra has burgers on her mind.
The Shed, the Saw and the Stepbrother
The case of Becky Watts, who was murdered by her stepbrother Nathan Matthews and his girlfriend Shauna Hoare, is what we're discussing this episode. Joe talks about hoarding and Sandra is right for once.
A Stab in the Dark
The case discussed is the murder of Lee Harvey, who was stabbed 42 times by his fiancée Tracie Andrews. Joe confuses the greek god Cronus with Chronos, and Sandra talks about "making wood things" and forgets that England has jury duty.