3 sisters obsessed with true crime
#33 NANNY DOS
This is one grandma you don't want. The giggling granny admits to murdering 11 people, husbands, mothers, children and even grandchildren. No one is safe when this black widow is around.
Girl, those yoga pants aren't worth it. Yoga pants, yoga pants, how do we love thee? Hopefully not enough to murder over. Unlike Brittany Norwood, don't murder your coworker over yoga pants.
#31 SANS KAREN
Even without our sister Karen, we are bringing you a deeply terrifying story of a couple of murderers. These two killers spread fear and murder wherever they went for two months in the summer of 1984. "We usually kill them where we go." is a chilling...
#30 WANDA HALLOWAY
How far would you go? How far would you take getting your kid the thing you never had. One mom takes this to a whole new level. Cheerleaders and Cheermoms beware.
#29 ROSEANN QUINN
The horrific and shocking murder of a well-loved school teacher inspires the 1977 hit movie Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
#28 THE MUSE, A POP STAR, AND A SHOWGIRL
A muse, a pop star and a showgirl walk into a bar...This week, you get 3 stories for the price of one. We cover the murder of Frank Lloyd Wrights mistress and 7 other people. A pop star who literally gets away with murder, and the showgirl who goes...
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Add this show to your true crime library!
If you’re looking to add to your library of true crime podcasts, 3 Sisters in Crime is it! I started following after they did their episode on the Lisa Nowak case, such a good and interesting story! And ever since then I’ve been hooked. They just recently covered the Lululemon Murder, another one of my favs! Definitely put this on your rotation,
You won’t regret it!
Courtney, host of Forensic Tales
So knowledgeable and passionate!!!
I have really enjoyed your podcasts. The casual banter between you three sisters is very fun and captivating. I’m always impressed with your knowledge. Keep them coming!!!!
Too much chatting off topic
I started with the most recent episode which was #30. I waited and waited and waited for you to get to what I came for which was the true crime story. After about 4 minutes I had to double check that I wasn’t mistaken and this was actually a true crime podcast. At about the 6 minute mark I was feeling like I had crashed in on a family zoom chat. I decided just to fast forward until I heard talk of a true crime case and not jr. high elective classes, arts and crafts, home ec, wooden spoons, pampered chef, failed potatoes, etc. I’m sorry, but I don’t care to hear why you didn’t take a food class or that mom sewed your pillow. FINALLY at 14.5 minutes the story was introduced. I decided to give it another shot with a different episode and I’m glad I did because you introduced that one at about 2 minutes which is much better and I really enjoyed that episode. I really wish you were more consistent with the amount of time spent chatting with each other and just getting to the good stuff.