After years of trying to hide their deranged sense of curiosity, hosts Coni and Meg have decided to give up on normalcy in order to give you the horrific details of gruesome true crime stories that you probably didn't need to know. On Wednesdays, we're Gruesome.
Lisa Kimmell: The ‘Lil Miss‘ Murder
18-year-old Lisa Kimmell drove a 1988 Honda CRXsi with the personalized Montana license plate, ‘Lil Miss.’ When she disappeared on March 25th, 1988, police were sure that if they could locate her car, they might be able to find out who was responsible for her disappearance. Meg takes you through the Lil Miss murder and tells how they caught the man responsible more than a decade later.
Anita Cobby had her entire life ahead of her when she crossed paths with a group of monsters. The 1986 brutal murder of Anita is a case that still shocks Australia. Coni takes you through this case that leaves you wondering, "What kind of person could ever do this?"
Israel Keyes Part 2
Continuing the dive into Israel Keyes, Coni takes you through the abduction that lead to the curtain being pulled on his double life. She takes you through the abduction of Samantha Koenig, the subsequent interviews that spanned over 9 months, and the horrifying realization that investigators had one of the most meticulous serial killers in their custody.
Israel Keyes Part 1
Happy one year, Gruesome Gang. In honor of one year of putting out episodes, we're doing something we don't usually do. Here is a two part episode set, covering the infamous serial killer, Israel Keyes. Israel Keyes was the monster that lurked in the shadows, what nightmares are made of. In this first episode, Meg takes you through his childhood and the methods to his murders.
It seems like everyone knows about the Salem witch trials, but did you know that witch hunts are still happening all over the world? Between 1960 and 2000 there were close to 40,000 people murdered after being accused of witchcraft in one country alone. Meg takes you through some of the most famous witch hunts and some that happened as recently as last year.
The Lane Bryant Murders
The suburban town of Tinley Park was voted as the best place in America to raise your family in 2009 by BusinessWeek Magazine.This suburban paradise seemed frozen in time, protected from the crimes that the neighboring city of Chicago often experienced. Coni takes you through the case that shattered the facade of safety in this otherwise perfect town.
Great stories and great digressions! Big fan keep putting out content.
Loving this podcast
This is great. So much detail. Stories flow well.
I found you because one of your Instagram reels came up in my feed. I’m a true crime podcast junkie and super excited to find yours. Already 1/2 way through the back catalog of episodes. 🎉