From the creative minds of award winning podcasters Woody Overton of Real Life Real Crime and Jim Chapman of Local Leaders the Podcast Bloody Angola is a no holds barred podcast based on stories and interviews of the bloodiest prison in America, told like you have never heard it!
Gal Boy | Bloody Angola Thanksgiving Special
It is a happy Thanksgiving episode of Bloody Angola Podcast and we are pulling a switcharoo! After a special message from Woody and Jim they choose one of their favorite episodes from Woody Overton's Podcast Real Life Real Crime to introduce it to the Bloody Angola Base of Listeners.
Bloody Angola Podcast LIVE is Coming!
Bloody Angola Podcast LIVE is coming to Livingston Parish on Saturday January 14th 2023. In this special drop Woody and Jim give you all the details on this special VIP limited event and how you can get tickets!
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We hope to see you there!
Exonerated: The Tragic Story of Archie Williams
Woody and Jim break down the case against Archie Williams who after 36 years in Louisiana State Penitentiary was exonerated of his crimes due to DNA evidence. This was a total breakdown of the justice system that must be heard to believe! One of the most powerful episodes of Bloody Angola Podcast to date!
Part 1 of a 2 part series
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The Rise of Billy Cannon at Angola Prison
Bloody Angola: A Prison Podcast by Woody Overton and Jim Chapman bring you a story of redemption today involving Heisman Trophy winner and great LSU Football All American Billy Cannon.
Billy Cannon's life was not free of scandal and although there were stumbles throughout, Billy persevered and the most beloved of LSU players not only found himself, but redemption in the most unlikely of places, Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.
It's a story you must hear told by two of his lifelong fans in detail.
Its the story of the redemption of Billy Cannon, Great All American!
#LSUFootball #BillyCannon #HeismanTrophy #BloodyAngolaPodcast
Sean Vincent Gillis: Uncut Part 2
Sean Vincent Gillis terrorized the Baton Rouge, Louisiana in the late 90's and early 2000's. This Serial Killer was unlike most others and the FBI struggled to provide a profile prior to his capture.
Jim and Woody lay the entire case out for you from start to finish with this release exclusive to the chase team and not intended for the squeamish or those who cannot handle graphic details.
The History of Gruesome Gertie | Bloody Angola: A Prison Podcast
Woody Overton and Jim Chapman tell a couple of crazy stories and give you the overall history of Louisiana State penitentiary at Angola's most famous piece of furniture, Gruesome Gertie.
What was the form of execution prior to the electric chair, who was the first person to "ride the lightning" on Gruesome Gertie and the story of the only convict to survive an actual execution via Gruesome Gertie are all discussed in this episode!
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I could listen to you woody all day long and Jim is also great I have subscribed to every pod cast you have i thank you for all the entertainment but I could also listen to Kelly J all day too definitely love listening to her talk as well she needs to start her own podcast too take her own advice that got you started 🥰 I love you all I never did listen to a podcast until I got turned on to yours woody and you have created a monster now lol thank you again love your work
Awesome stories, I’m a RLRC fan so naturally I want to listen to anything Woody is in. I have a bit of a hard time listening to Jim’s voice, just not a podcast/radio voice for me. The introduction is very long and could be a little shorter. The stories are great and so are the songs. Also, if you don’t want to listen to the many ads, become a CHASE member.
I can’t stop listening!
Y’all are awesome! I’ve always stopped and learned what I could about Angola but you never get anything first hand like y’all tell it! Thank you!