WHERE THE BODIES ARE BURIED is a first of its kind True Crime podcast from Audio Up and Grinning Dog that features renowned serial killer profiler Phil Chalmers. Each episode features Phil conducting behind bars interviews with incarcerated psychopathic serial killers. His unprecedented connections within the prison system coupled with his law enforcement relationships and the entrusted “friendships” he's made with notorious killers provides this series access to information thought otherwise impossible to obtain. Producers Samantha Gutstadt and Adam Kaloustian join Phil and offer the listeners a unique perspective when Phil shares details with them that are as intriguing as they are horrific.
Introducing: Where the Bodies are Buried Season 2
In Season 1 of “Where the Bodies Are Buried”, Phil Chalmers, criminal profiler and serial killer expert, conducted disturbing interviews with the most deadly and vicious humans alive. We kicked off with William Clyde Gibson, the man who gave us gruesome details and helped solve a 20-year-old cold case. We continued with other killers, including Son of Sam (David Berkowitz), and a disturbed teen who was responsible for a horrific school shooting.
Now we’re back, and Season 2 will make you double-check that you locked your doors at night! We start these ten captivating episodes with Garland Milam, known as “The Soul Sucker”. This season will also include “The Werewolf Butcher”, “The Copycat Zodiac”, and Robert Bever, the blood-thirsty teen who massacred his own family, and many more! Get ready for this one-of-a-kind podcast as we continue to shock the masses, on Season 2 of “Where the Bodies Are Buried”!
Introducing: Valentine's Day in Hell
Hey Where the Bodies are Buried fans! While you're waiting for more chilling true-crime stories, take a listen to the trailer for the spooky, second installment for Audio Up’s “In Hell” series.
Valentine's Day In Hell is a horror comedy musical podcast that twists the knife on love; satirizing social media influencers, hype houses, and classic teen horror flicks.. Take a journey to Hell and back with Oliver Tree, iann dior, jxdn, phem, Carlie Hanson, and Adam Carolla as the Devil.
The first two episodes are out today; listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, or where ever you get your podcasts.
Introducing: Halloween in Hell
Hey listeners! We wanted to tell you about HALLOWEEN IN HELL - a new scripted horror musical podcast, just in time for Halloween. Rock legend Tommy Lee stars as the Devil, featuring original music and performances by Machine Gun Kelly, iann dior, Dana Dentata, phem, and 24kGoldn.
On Halloween, Satan lures three performers to his sadistic game show in Hell where they must perform or die. The winner returns to Earth. The losers will play out their showbiz careers in fiery hellfire and damnation.
On this episode of Where the Bodies are Buried, we revisit some of this season's stories with a Q&A and several updates. We talk with Sara Stewart, who discusses the progress of William Clyde Gibson’s confession of the murder of her sister, Elizabeth Bannister. You will also hear a never-before-heard confession from the brutal killer, John Williams, that officially closed a cold case. Finally, Phil will answer the questions so many of us have been asking, including the status of Dellmus Colvin and new stories of what’s to come.
Joshua Cooke and Charles Andy Williams - Impressionable Young Minds
PART 1: Joshua Cooke, “The Matrix Killer,” was an impressionable young mind full of anger. He brutally executed his parents and claims it was a result of violent video games and movies, more specifically the 1999 hit film, The Matrix. We delve into his mind and his legal defense, that he was living in the fantasy world of The Matrix.
PART 2: Charles Andy Williams, “The Santana High School Shooter,” opened fire in his Southern California high school, wounding 13 and killing 2 innocent teenagers. He blames violent video games and excessive bullying for his horrific actions, but specialist Dr. Beth Creel has more to say on Andy’s behavior and possible victim complex.
David Berkowitz - "The Son Of Sam" or "The Son Of Hope"
You may know him as “David Berkowitz,” "The Son Of Sam” or “The 44 Caliber Killer” but not many of you know what he goes by now: “The Son of Hope.” Can such a vicious, evil man find God, be completely reformed, and live on the streets among us? Well, he thinks so. He claims “The Son Of Sam" is dead, but most of us aren’t buying it. With an in-depth conversation with him about his life, as well as a discussion with a psychologist and Carl Denaro - a survivor who experienced his evil first hand - we will let the listener decide for themself.
Love this podcast
This podcast is so unlike any other I have listened to. I can not wait for more to come.
I really wanted to like this podcast, but I would describe this as very unprofessional. You can’t really be surprised that these guys lie to you, can you?? That’s not unheard of really. There are much better options out there.
Loved this series and excited for season two!
I dig that you get to hear more about Phil and what he does on here. He has a YouTube channel that allows the killers more time to speak for us to better understand them and to learn, grow, and spread awareness. Check out Phil Chalmers on YouTube. You won’t be disappointed! 👏👏👏 keep up the great work Phil! The only thing I would change about the podcast is that I would make them longer episodes. Much love y’all!