Pee Wee Gaskins was a master manipulator who befriended many of his victims on the way to becoming South Carolina's most notorious mass murderer. He stabbed, shot, drowned and poisoned more than a dozen people. And for his final act he used dynamite in a brazen murder for hire scheme while his victim was on death row. Pee Wee conned everyone around him and charmed one unwitting accessory to assist in this final brutal deed.
Shocking Last Words
Jim struggles to finish his book while Pee Wee sits on death row. The Beaty's reflect on how Pee Wee impacted their lives.
Buried in Rubble
Rudolph Tyner finally meets his maker. Jim's dream of writing his first novel is crushed. Pee Wee's jawin' comes back to haunt him.
The tragic story of Kim Ghelkins is explored. Pee Wee and Jim's relationship takes a dangerous turn.
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
Pee Wee sues the state of South Carolina. His moral code is examined. And Barnwell Yates becomes another of Pee Wee's victims.
Loved Her To Death
Several women in Pee Wee's life suffered the same brutal fate, including his one true love, Jessie Judy.
Pee Wee kills his enemy, Dennis Bellamy, and he tries to avoid the death penalty. His legend also grows with the Peg Cuttino murder.
Great podcast but the ads are frequent and annoying! Would give 5 stars if not for the ads.
Too many ads but the podcast flows and keeps your attention. This well produced, narrated and put together.
False locations. Makes the info questionable
Most of the locations given in this podcast and where they are described in the state of South Carolina is completely off. Prospect is on the border of Florence and Williamsburg county, not Florence and Sumter county. North Charleston is not a synonym for everywhere north of Charleston. The areas that peewee gaskins operated in were extremely rural.This podcast makes it seem like he was operating in the suburbs of Charleston and that’s just not true. 45 minutes outside of Charleston, especially during the time period in which peewee gaskins operated was not Charleston. It was rural South Carolina. Small towns like Jamestown, Moncks corner, Bonneau, and st stephens. This podcast gives absolutely no context to how much South Carolina has changed in recent years. If you’re going to go into this whole story you have to describe the context of the place and this podcast does not do that. It also gives undisputedly false information about the location of different places in South Carolina, which makes me question its information about other things in the podcast.