A true crime podcast by Amy S. and Kristin H. They're two friends who give their unique and often comedic take on murders, serial killers, and the occasional paranormal and folklore cases.
Episode 22: Serial Killer Pee Wee Gaskins & An Extraterrestrial Encounter
This week Amy & Kristin are at it again. Kristin covers the case of a serial killer you may have never hear of- Pee Wee Gaskins. His story gets even more interesting after he's arrested. Next up Amy discusses the alien abduction of Charles Hickson and Carver Parker.
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Episode 21: A Killer Cop & A Greek Serial Killer
We are back with a new ep! Today Kristin talks about the case of 20-year-old college student Cara Knott who was murdered by the same people we are taught to trust. Amy covers the case of Greek serial killer
Episode 20: Kristin & Amy Are Back
***STAY TUNED to the end because we have an update on the case Kristin covers.
Kristin and Amy are back. We first catch up with how life's been for them these past 8 months. Kristin covers the murder of Dylan Redwine. Stay tuned to the end for a last minute update on the case! Next up Amy goes further back in time to cover the case of serial killer Frederick Bailey Deeming who was infamous for murdering his wives.
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Episode 19: Women of Color Part II
In today's ep, we're still having difficulties recording together due to being quarantined, but we have Amy here to continue our episode on women of color. Amy covers the case of Alexis Crawford, a 21 year old college student who was brutally murdered by her best friend and her best friend’s boyfriend after she went to the authorities about being sexually assaulted by her friend’s boyfriend.
Tune in to hear about Amy's case as well as learn about our next show's topic.
Episode 18: Women of Color Part I
Hey She Sleuths fam! Today we shake things up a bit. Unfortunately, the coronavirus has disrupted our recording schedule, so we have to record separately for a bit. However, that also means you'll be getting a new episode every week!
In this episode, Kristin discussed her case. In the 1990's, black women were being strangled to death in the Charlotte, NC area. It took some time for police to put things together and realize that a serial killer was at work - a man named Henry Louis Wallace. Listen to this ep for all the details. Then listen to next week's ep for Amy's story.
Bad Henry (2018): Investigation Discovery
Episode 17: Cold Cases You've Probably Never Heard Of
In this ep, we’re back with two cases that will make you feel extra sleuthy…because they’re both unsolved! That’s right. Today we’re covering cold cases.
You ever hear of the Crewe murders in 1970? Us either until Kristin told us all about it. Jeanette and Harvey Crewe were married with a little girl named Rochelle. Their happy family life didn’t last long enough because the couple were murdered and the case is unsolved to this day. Of course we have a theory or two.
This week Amy talks about the unsolved murder of Dorothy Jane Scott, a single mother with a loving family and supportive friends, but when a stalker starts following her every move, calling her with threats, and leaving dead flowers for gifts, Dorothy and her family become alarmed. Find out the details surrounding this cold case by listening to this episode!
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Murder of Harvey and Jeannette Crewe. (2020, January 21). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Harvey_and_Jeannette_Crewe#cite_note-ROYALCOMM-3
Report of the Royal Commission to Inquire into the Circumstances of the Convictions of Arthur Allan Thomas for the Murders of David Harvey Crewe and Jeanette Lenore Crewe. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/r.christie/thomas_royal_commission_1980.pdf
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I needed a new true crime podcast and stumbled across this one. I really like the chemistry between the hosts, they are pleasantly funny.
Binging and loving it
This is a great binge worthy and entertaining show. I caught up on the first eight episodes in two days! I recommend highly as the witty banter and well researched hosts provide quality content.
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