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Southern girl and suspense author, Kris Calvert teams up with her husband, Emmy® -nominated composer Rob Pottorf to delve into true crime around the globe. She gives it a southern twist. He supplies the unique wit and background music, so you always know what’s going on. For better or worse. Til death do us part.

Hitched 2 Homicide Kris Calvert and Rob Pottorf

    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 190 Ratings

Southern girl and suspense author, Kris Calvert teams up with her husband, Emmy® -nominated composer Rob Pottorf to delve into true crime around the globe. She gives it a southern twist. He supplies the unique wit and background music, so you always know what’s going on. For better or worse. Til death do us part.

    Peter Kürten. The Vampire of Düsseldorf.

    Peter Kürten. The Vampire of Düsseldorf.

    In the early 20th century, Dusseldorf, Germany and the surrounding areas were under attack by a sadistic killer. From murdering children to drinking blood, this man was a sexual pervert and serial killer whose victim list was at least twenty-four deep. Sadistic and cruel, he strangled, beat and stabbed men, women and children—not for the thrill of the murder, but for the sexual thrill of seeing their blood flow. He was a thief, an arsonist, a rapist, a murderer and a cannibal. This is Peter Kürten. The Vampire of Düsseldorf.

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    • 1 hr 17 min
    Gerald Stano. I Can't Stand a Bitchy Chick.

    Gerald Stano. I Can't Stand a Bitchy Chick.

    Between 1969 and 1980, one man took advantage of sex workers, hitch-hikers and runaways in Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, killing 41 women, or was it 88? Was he a serial killer? Or a serial confessor? Because despite his 41 murder confessions, he was brought to trial for just one homicide—a homicide that almost twenty years after his execution had DNA evidence proving he couldn’t be the killer. There are dozens and dozens of dead girls and women, lots of confessions and possibly some coercion. Short, pudgy and wearing thick glasses, he called himself the Real Italian Stallion. This is Gerald Stano. I can’t Stand a Bitchy Chick.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Unsolved Case of the Freeway Phantom.

    The Unsolved Case of the Freeway Phantom.

    Between 1971 and 1972, a killer was on the loose in the Washington DC area. He strangled, raped and even stabbed six young African-American girls ranging in age from ten to eighteen years old.  To date, no one has been formally identified as being responsible for their murders and although there have been suspects, this killer is still unknown. This is the Unsolved Case of the Freeway Phantom.

    If you have information that could assist the police or FBI in this case call: 202-727-9099
    or email unsolved.murder@dc.gov


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    • 55 min
    Kraig Kahler. Two's a Marriage. Three's a Crowd.

    Kraig Kahler. Two's a Marriage. Three's a Crowd.

    Thanksgiving weekend, 2009. James Kraig Kahler, enters the home of his wife’s grandmother in Burlingame, Kansas. When he walks away, he leaves in his wake four dead bodies; his wife, his two teenage daughters, and an eighty-nine year old grandmother. But why would a man known as intelligent, hard-working and father to the perfect family commit such an atrocity? Jealousy. Rage. And a lesbian affair which he encouraged—then blamed for the breakdown of his marriage. This is Kraig Kahler. Two’s a marriage. Three’s a Crowd.

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    Dorothea Puente. The Death House Landlandy

    Dorothea Puente. The Death House Landlandy

    In the 1980’s, a Victorian boarding house in Sacramento, California was known as a place of healing for those who were weak, downtrodden or fighting off the demons of addiction. The well-regarded woman who ran the home had earned respect in political circles for her charity work. Scattered about the house were photos of her with the likes of California Gov. Jerry Brown, who once danced with her at a fundraising ball. But this grandmotherly woman was so much more. She was a killer. Murdering her elderly and mentally disabled tenants, she would cash not only their social security checks, but the checks of everyone who lived in her house. When she was caught, there were seven bodies in her backyard. One by the river, and another that's ruled a suicide. This Dorothea Puente. The Death House Landlady.

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Jamie Osuna. The Man of a Thousand Faces. A.K.A The Tattooed Sadistic Killer.

    Jamie Osuna. The Man of a Thousand Faces. A.K.A The Tattooed Sadistic Killer.

    In March of 2019, a self-proclaimed satanist murders a man. The details of the murder are brutal, but the most shocking of all is where it occurred–– in a California state prison. He was tortured as a child and as an adult, did unto other as was done unto him. He’s confessed to four murders. He’s serving life for one. This is the unbelievably true story of a killer who called himself, the man of a thousand faces. This is Jamie Osuna. The Tattooed Sadistic Killer.

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    • 1 hr 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
190 Ratings

190 Ratings

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I love you and your husbands conversations. You can tell you are so in love with one another and he compliments your personality perfectly! My mom and I started listening to “Kentucky Fried Homicide” and have naturally shifted to this one now. You guys are the only podcast that I set an alarm for on Wednesday when they come out. I’m a fellow Kentucky Girl! That’s why mom and I love it. You guys will say something about Lexington and we just feel so cool to know where you’re talking about. 🤣😘 keep up the wonderful work! You make my Wednesday every week!!!!

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I love this podcast! It hits all the right notes for me. First, I love the respect they pay to the victims. The story telling is top notch. Episodes are very well researched, written and presented. But the bonus in each episode is the conversations between Kris and Rob. Their affection for each other is delightful. Everything about this podcast is spot on. If you listen, stick around to the end. “Bless your heart” is hilarious.

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