Kudzu Killers is a true crime podcast featuring a couple of honest-to-goodness southern gals discussing compelling tales of southern style homicide.
Samuel Little: Confession of a Serial Killer
Samuel Little has recently been named by the FBI as the most prolific serial killer in US history. He's confessed to 93 murders, and is in the process of assisting in identifying the victims. Included are excerpts of his confession tapes, as well as an interview of one of the survivors.
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Machine Gun Kelly and the Oil Man
George "Machine Gun" Kelly. Bootlegger, bank robber...henpecked husband? On this Forensic Friday we look at the case that landed George in Alcatraz for the last time. And the Oklahoma oilman who led the FBI to capture George. There were a lot of firsts for forensics in this case, as well as infamous trials. We also talk about Kathryn Kelly, the woman who made her husband famous.
Murder Over a Wax Museum
What do three wax museums, cutting horses, murder and insurance fraud have in common? This story, that's what. Listen to the story of the murder of a Dallas socialite and horse enthusiast, which is still unsolved. See who you think done it.
Stages of Death and Decomposition
Ever wonder what a person goes through as death nears? What about the stages of decomposition and how that helps forensic investigations? In this week's episode, Lark explains these stages. A bit of gore, so listen with caution.
Spree Killer Levi King and his Sole Survivor
In the middle of the night, September 30, 2005, Levi King broke into the home of Brian Conrad, and murdered him, his pregnant wife, and 14-year-old stepson. Even the family dog. But he missed both shots at 10-year-old Robin, the sole survivor of his 2 day killing spree. Includes an excerpt of the 911 call placed by 10-year-old Robin.
Kate Warne: First Female Detective
The year was 1856. Twenty-three years old, widowed, and in a new city, Kate Warne had the audacity to walk into Allan Pinkerton's office and ask for a job. No, not the secretarial position he'd advertised, but the one for a detective. A trailblazer in her time, and this is her story.
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Let me tell y’all. These ladies are so well spoken, their research is amazing, and you have to listen to this!
Lark and Kim play well off one another and are really entertaining. Love the music in the background which really sets the scene well!
Southern fried true crime at its absolute true crime and a joy to listen to.