89 episodes

Welcome to More Than Murder, where we delve into everything eerie, with a side of true crime. More Than Murder is not your typical true crime podcast! Join us on a weekly tour through the haunted, the bloody, the creepy, and the nutty, on our Freaky Fridays.
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    • 4.8 • 9 Ratings

Welcome to More Than Murder, where we delve into everything eerie, with a side of true crime. More Than Murder is not your typical true crime podcast! Join us on a weekly tour through the haunted, the bloody, the creepy, and the nutty, on our Freaky Fridays.
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    The Haunted: The Tower of London

    The Haunted: The Tower of London

    Royals, beheadings, and ghosts, oh my! In this week's episode, we take a ghostly tour through the Tower of London, accompanied by a bit of history, and some royally interesting (sometimes headless) spirit encounters!
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    • 42 min
    The Haunted: Ghost Stories

    The Haunted: Ghost Stories

    It's camping season, and that means campfires! What's better to listen to than a compilation of real-life ghost encounters around the fire? So, build your campfire (or light a candle like your MTM hosts), sit back, and let the goosebumps rise.
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    • 42 min
    The Nutty: The Black-Eyed Kids

    The Nutty: The Black-Eyed Kids

    If you're familiar with creepy pasta stories, you know that many times they're fiction, but sometimes, people write them based on true stories. You, dear listeners will have to be the judge of that with this one. In this week's episode we learn about a phenomenon witnessed by many people, called the Black-Eyed Kids. Yes, it is as creepy as it sounds! Sit back, light a candle or start a campfire, because these stories are Midnight Society worthy. You tell us, are the black-eyed kids fact, or fiction?
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    • 46 min
    The Nutty: Tinfoil Hats

    The Nutty: Tinfoil Hats

    This week was the first time we recorded a LIVE episode! We have a whacky chat about aliens, UFO's, and government coverups. Follow the link below if you'd like to watch the live replay and catch us in our tinfoil fats!
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    • 40 min
    The Bloody: Leonarda Cianciulli

    The Bloody: Leonarda Cianciulli

    Leonarda Cianciulli was a lady killa all the way from Italy. She was a soap maker who used some pretty nefarious ingredients to make the soaps with which people cleaned themselves. Are you curious yet? Be sure to give this week's episode a listen to find out the details.
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    • 46 min
    The Nutty: Human Zoo's

    The Nutty: Human Zoo's

    Now, we all know about side-shows and freak shows, P.T Barnum and the circus, but what we’re talking about today is different. These were considered ethnological expositions, and they happened in predominantly white societies and countries. The humans in the zoos were always non-white, and many times had some way of living or some quality that was turned into a money-making spectacle and put on display.
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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

jody bergman ,

So refreshing!!

These ladies are fantastic! You can tell they have an amazing friendship! Funny and informative ❤️

Fan of Crime (Shows) ,

Room to Improve

Compared to other similar podcasts, the topics on More than Murder are just fine, though do seem like they could be researched a bit better. My biggest issue though is simply how hard these two ladies are to listen to - it comes across as a very juvenile podcast due to the fact that one moment they sound like they’re almost yelling into the microphone and the next, they’re across the room and you can barely hear them. The amount of times I had to suddenly adjust the volume up and down and up again was just absurd and took away from interest in the topic as a whole. Perhaps it’s just the quality of the equipment they’re using, but either way, as stated in the title, there’s definitely room to improve.

meg small ,

Great new podcast

This is a new podcast that touches on anything strange and unusual. The hosts are fun and informative. The quality is getting better every episode and I highly recommend it.

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