100 episodes

2 sisters with an obsession of true crime sit down to tell each other their favorite murders, mysteries, and hauntings. Tune in every Monday to uncork new wine & crime!

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    • 5.0 • 45 Ratings

2 sisters with an obsession of true crime sit down to tell each other their favorite murders, mysteries, and hauntings. Tune in every Monday to uncork new wine & crime!

    Episode103: Cathy Moulton

    Episode103: Cathy Moulton

    On September 14th, 1971, 16 year old Cathy Moulton was dropped off in downtown Portland, Maine to do a little shopping. She visited a friend before making the walk back home. Unfortunately, she would never make it there. Cathy's disappearance would go cold quickly, with no new leads of where she might be. Twenty four years later, a new detective on the case was able to track down where Cathy went from Portland, but that trail ended before Cathy or her body were found. What happened to Cathy Moulton that afternoon? Will her family ever get an answer? 

    • 43 min
    Episode 102: Paul Stephani

    Episode 102: Paul Stephani

    In June in 1981, Minnesota police received a phone call from a man crying, saying he had killed someone and begged police to find him so he wouldn’t have to kill again. Police were unable to track him. A year later, the same man called for an ambulance after getting into a physical altercation with a woman who he had planned to murder. Paul Stephani was picked up and connected to the phone call made the year before. How many innocent women had Paul murdered, and what drove him to murder them in such a gruesome manner?

    • 42 min
    Episode 101: The Keddie Murders

    Episode 101: The Keddie Murders

    In 1979, Sue Sharp left her husband and moved her five kids to cabin 28 in Keddie, California. Two years later, Sue, her eldest son, and his friend, Dana, were found murdered inside the cabin. Her youngest daughter, Tina, was nowhere to be found. The case would go cold until three years later when Tina’s remains were finally discovered. Who murdered the three found in cabin 28 and why did they take Tina when they left? Would justice ever be served for Dana and the Sharp family?

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 100: Albert Fish & Norman Baker/Crescent Hotel

    Episode 100: Albert Fish & Norman Baker/Crescent Hotel

    Today’s episode is a special one because it’s our 100TH EPISODE! We couldn’t have made it here without all of our listeners and supporters, so to show our thanks we’re giving you two stories today. First, Kelli shares the story of one the worst child killers in America’s history, Albert Fish. Albert claims to have tortured and murdered hundreds of children, and while only three of those murders were proven, they were three of the most gruesome crimes against children. Then, Amelia tells us the history of one of America’s most haunted hotels, the Crescent Hotel. Norman Baker bought the run down hotel in 1937 and turned it into a hospital. After being sent to prison for mail fraud, the hospital was left abandoned for years. It’s now a fully functioning hotel and spa, but you may run into a ghost or two during your stay.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Episode 99: Skylar Neese

    Episode 99: Skylar Neese

    In July 2012, 16 year old Skylar Neese disappeared from the apartment she lived in with her family. Six months later, one of Skylar’s best friends, Rachel Shoaf, could no longer stand the guilt and confessed to murdering Skylar with the help of her other best friend, Shelia Eddy. Rachel then led police to Skylar’s body, confirming what they had done. What drove the two teenage girls to plot and murder what everyone thought was their best friend?

    • 39 min
    Episode 98: John Christie

    Episode 98: John Christie

    In November of 1949, 24 year old Timothy Evans informed the UK police that his wife, Beryl, had died and he had disposed of her body in a sewer drain. Then he told them his neighbor, John Christie, had actually murdered his wife. The bodies of Beryl and her 13 month old were found on the property, and Timothy was executed for the murder of their daughter. Four years later, several other bodies were found on the property and it was discovered that John Christie had murdered several women over the years. Was Timothy wrongfully executed for murder, and would justice ever truly be served for all of the victims?

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

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45 Ratings

45 Ratings

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Hi Kelly and Amelia it’s me your cousin Abel but on episode 60 it was 4 days prior to my birthday

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Love listening to these girls and the stories they bring to the table! There is not one episode that hasn’t been interesting! Highly recommend.

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This is one of my favorite true crime podcasts! I listen to these ladies while I am sitting at work in my cubical and it makes Monday’s so much better!
They really make you feel like you know them, and are in the room with them with a glass of wine! Great job ladies keep it up! Love you guys

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