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It's the podcast dividing listeners as we bring unique insights and interviews with the world's most notorious serial killers. Our case files bring you the facts, but our exclusive interviews show you another side -- the human side. Amanda Howard is a best selling true crime author who doesn't just talk about serial killers, she talks to them. Now Amanda is sharing almost 30 years worth of research, including letters and never-before-heard recordings that will shed new light on famous cases. Our weekly news section brings you the latest developments from the world of true crime with insight on each story. *Our back catalogue can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/MWMconfessions

Monsters Who Murder: Serial Killer Confessions Amanda Howard & Robert McKnight

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6, 163 Ratings

It's the podcast dividing listeners as we bring unique insights and interviews with the world's most notorious serial killers. Our case files bring you the facts, but our exclusive interviews show you another side -- the human side. Amanda Howard is a best selling true crime author who doesn't just talk about serial killers, she talks to them. Now Amanda is sharing almost 30 years worth of research, including letters and never-before-heard recordings that will shed new light on famous cases. Our weekly news section brings you the latest developments from the world of true crime with insight on each story. *Our back catalogue can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/MWMconfessions

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
163 Ratings

163 Ratings

truecrime12345 ,

New Favorite

It takes a lot for me to add something to my regular rotation of macabre audio, but this landed a spot immediately. I love these two and I love that they do well know cases than other podcasts shy away from. Highly highly recommend to other fans of true crime!! Five stars without a doubt!!

The Rev Owen ,

Too nitpicky?

I dunno, it may be just a niggling point of academia that doesn't matter, but it seems as though..... stay with me here - if you're going to accuse someone of murder, right? It's generally, just in a sense of good practice, to make sure the alleged victim is actually (hang on, I'm getting there) dead. Honestly, you'd think flashing these gleaming credentials, you'd back it up with basic homework.

Bret E ,

Love the show from Atlanta, Georgia in the US!

I absolutely love the show. Fascinating insight from Rob and Amanda! Keep it up you two! Kudos!

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