Join three ladies, each week, who bring visibility to true crime stories that have taken place in countries throughout Africa. Every victim has a story to tell.
Episode 14- Unwarranted Attacks: Serial Killer, Rebels & Terrorists
In episode 14 we will be taking you to Nigeria, The Democratic Republic of Congo and Benin where you learn about the killings of Maureen Ewuru, Jennifer Nwokocha, Linda Waripa, Dorcas Francis, Blessing Effiong, Rose Samuel, Kelechi Bridget Onuoha,...
Episode 13- Betrayal: Never to be Seen Again
In episode 13 we will be taking you to Ghana, Mauritius, and Burkina Faso where you learn about the kidnappings of the Takoradi Girls - Ruth Abakah, Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruth Love Quayeson, and Priscilla Mantseabea Koranchie; and the murders of...
Episode 12- Justice Denied: Tourist & Public Executions
In episode 12 we will be taking you to Tunisia, Somalia and Mozambique, where you learn about the Terrorist attack by Seifeddine Rezgui and the death of Elly Warren and Aisha Ibrahim...
Episode 11- Atrocities: Mutilations and a Whistleblower Killing
In episode 11 we will be taking you to Morocco, Zambia and Benin, where you learn about the death of Ouaziad Younes, Rachid Afatti, Ejjoud Abdessamad, Clare Namutenda and Kate Puzey.Aziza...
Episode 10- Ambushed: Unanticipated Attacks
In episode 10 we will be taking you to Benin, Sierra Leone and Gabon where you hear about the tragic death of Sydney David Buckle, Sr. Lydie Oyane Nzoughe, Amalete Abalo, Stanislas Ocloo, and Mario...
Episode 9- Enigma: Behind Closed Doors
In episode 9 we will be taking you to Egypt, Ghana and Somalia, where you will hear about serial killer sister duo Raya and Sakina and their husbands Hasaballah and Abdel-aal. You will also hear about the killing of Aisha Ilyes Aden, along with the...
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Ladies love the podcast and the concept, but it would be nice if you guys could let each other finish a point or a sentence that they’re making before questioning a statement. It’s such a distraction and it feels like we jump ahead before hearing the story properly