A True Crime Comedy Podcast hosted by two best friends discussing non-fiction True Crime novels and all things unearthly.
31: The Human Bonfire and a Historical Rant
Happy 4th of July!This Episode Jess has read The Human Bonfire story out of the book: Vintage True Crime Stories, Vol. 1. The true story of Wilson E. Davis whose M.O. was to burn down his victims homes while they slept. Mere groves over from 4th of July...
30: How Now, Butterfly and a Fathers Day Bank Massacre
Welcome to Episode 30!This Episode Mere has read How Now, Butterfly?: A Memoir Of Murder, Survival, and Transformation written by Charity Lee. After reading this book Mere tells the heroic story of a mother who has lost both of her children in an...
29: They Can't Kill Us All - Black Lives Matter
Hi Everyone, Thank you for joining us during this time of Civil Unrest as not only our Nation but the world has been effected by another senseless killing of a black man by the hands of Police. This Episode is dedicated to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor,...
28: Britain's Most Notorious Serial Killer and Turnbull Canyon
Hey Everyone welcome to Episode 28!This Episode Mere was on Book duty and Read: Harold Shipman: The True Story of Britain's Most Notorious Serial Killer by Ryan Green. Harold Shipman was a doctor and 218 of his patients found their end at his hand,...
27: The High Achiever and Cannibalism at Sea
Welcome back to another episode on Quarantine, this is Episode 27! This Episode Jess has read High Achiever, by Tiffany Jenkins. A personal memoir from inside the mind of an addict and whose life was taken over by narcotics during the rise of an opioid...
26: Sinclair meets the Yucca Man
Hey Guys!! Welcome to Episode 26.On this Episode Mere has read Sinclair: The World's End Murders Through the Eyes of a Killer by none other than one of our favorites, Ryan Green. Hear about Angus Sinclair who is the man behind the bu\brutal World's End...
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Great Way to find New true crime books!
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