15 episodes

Did you keep up with every detail of true crime cases like those of Casey Anthony and Megan Boswell, watched every episode of Deadly Women and Snapped? Then we have the perfect podcast for you! We hope you will join us each month on our journey to shed light on cases of mothers who have killed their children.

if you want to give us feed back on how to make the episodes better or suggest a case for us to cover you can contact us on
Twitter- @motherswhokill
Instagram- @motherswhokillx
Facebook- Mothers Who Kill Discussion Group
Email- motherswhokill@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motherswhokill/support

Mothers Who Kill Mothers Who Kill

    • True Crime
    • 2.4 • 13 Ratings

Did you keep up with every detail of true crime cases like those of Casey Anthony and Megan Boswell, watched every episode of Deadly Women and Snapped? Then we have the perfect podcast for you! We hope you will join us each month on our journey to shed light on cases of mothers who have killed their children.

if you want to give us feed back on how to make the episodes better or suggest a case for us to cover you can contact us on
Twitter- @motherswhokill
Instagram- @motherswhokillx
Facebook- Mothers Who Kill Discussion Group
Email- motherswhokill@gmail.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motherswhokill/support

    Christy Sheats

    Christy Sheats

    On June 24,2016 Christy Sheats murdered her daughters in cold blood as revenge for her husband asking for divorce.

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    • 14 min
    Diane Downs

    Diane Downs

    On the night of May 19, 1983 Diane Downs murdered her youngest daughter and attempted to murder her two other children. Staci and Katie recount the details of Down’s life before and after the murder.

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    • 18 min
    Kenisha Berry

    Kenisha Berry

    In 1998 Kenisha Berry murdered her newborn son, the baby’s death remained a mystery for 5 years, until 2003 when another newborn was found discarded on the side of the road and was connected to Berry.

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    • 17 min
    Lacey Spears

    Lacey Spears

    In 2014 Lacey Spears murdered her son Garnett by sodium poisoning. Join Katie and Staci as they discuss the case. ***All of our information and quotes came from the 48 Hours interview***

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    • 30 min
    Michelle Kehoe and Christina Rivers

    Michelle Kehoe and Christina Rivers

    After an unintended, extended hiatus, Staci and Katie discuss the cases of Michelle Kehoe and Christina Rivers

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    • 17 min
    Dena Schlosser

    Dena Schlosser

    After an unexpected, unintentional hiatus, Katie and Staci are back with the case of Dena Schlosser. A mother from Texas who severed her infant daughter’s arms and ended up being roommates with Andrea Yates for a brief time. 

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    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

2.4 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

TNelly7 ,

Not everyone is meant to podcast…

Not everyone is meant to podcast… very bad

LoveEveryone79 ,

Needs work

I love that you all get straight to the information…the issue I have is that one is always smacking her lips after ever sentence the other one sounds extremely congested which makes it hard to understand anything she is saying. After a while her voice because a little annoying and high pitched. Then it seems as though you both struggle with reading your own scripts.

jegmass ,

What in the world

This is the worst podcast I’ve ever heard. What’s with the weird sidekick’s terrible voice?!!
Why do they keep apologizing for being inept, inserting their personal information into a podcast??

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