It’s a theme week! This time, your hosts (sans Sarah) jump into crimes that inspired the creation of laws. Sandy tells us the heartbreaking story of Candace Newmaker, a child who had a rough start in life and was killed during a controversial rebirthing session. Caity covers the widely publicized murder of Caylee Anthony and the creation of laws that make not reporting the death or disappearance of a child a felony.
What is this podcast really about? If you guessed Celine Dion, church camp, and 3 grandmas who don’t understand technology, you’d be correct! It’s also about true crime and the paranormal… sometimes. This week Caity tells us about the odd days leading up to the disappearance of Maura Murray. Sarah shares about some spooky haunted schools to celebrate the end of summer. Sandy takes us way back to the kidnapping of Charley Ross, the first abduction for ransom in the U.S.
Have we mentioned that technology hates us? Because it does. This episode features weird sound levels and random mic dropouts and we apologize. Sarah covers Ahmad Suradji, an Indonesian wizard who needed the spit of at least 70 women because his ghost daddy told him so in a dream once. Yeah. It’s a doozy. Sandy breaks out some spooky creepypasta stories for her segment. Caity dives into the strange circumstances around the death of Morgan Ingram.
Who exactly do you complain to when a ghost bites you in a graveyard? How determined would you be to use up all of your minutes? Literally what the heck is going on in Edinburgh? We don't have the answers to any of these questions, but we sure talk about them in this weeks episode! Sarah covers the story of Charles Peck, a man who died in a train accident but still kept calling loved ones. Sandy shares the story of Annie Borjesson, a woman who died under mysterious circumstances. Caity gets historical and tells us about Greyfriar's Kirkyard and its dark past.
Guys. We’re all over the place this episode. We plan our weddings, we discuss where we left our spanx, and eventually, we cover some newlywed crimes. Caity shares a sordid story of new spouses Michael and Dalia Dippolito. Sandy tells us about the murder of Lisa Weaver, a woman killed on Christmas Eve by her new husband, Matthew Soloman. Sarah jumps into the twisted tale of Jordan Linn Graham, a woman who got cold feet and decided that the best way to warm them up was by killing her new husband, Cody Johnson.
This week, Heather, Jessica, and Bethany bring us a truly terrifying and totally tubular episode. Sarah paints a picture of 80’s themed horror as she delves into the story of The Montauk Project. Caity covers Belle Gunness, a black widow who just loved those insurance payouts. You can also tell that Caity has been consuming a lot of Minnesotan media (thanks, Wine and Crime gals). Sandy dives into slaughterhouse queen, Katherine Knight, the first Australian woman to be sentenced to life without parole for the brutal murder and dismemberment of her partner, John Price. She also slept with her prized knives above her bed because of course she did.
Things we learned in episode 50:
- Amanda Bynes never cared about you.
- If you’re going to cheat, be smart… or be a Kennedy.
- None of us actually remember the Fresh Prince theme song.
- Lonely hearts columns were the only way to find love and/or magicians before Tinder.
This week we celebrate 50 episodes with stories that relate to 50. Sarah kicks it off with the story of Ted Kennedy and the Chappaquiddick incident. Sandy returns to us with the recently solved murder of Jane Britton. Caity ends our episode with Nannie Doss, the giggling granny who loved Lonely Hearts columns almost as much as she loved murder.
Welcome to episode 49! This week, Caity kicks it off with a spooky tale of a murder that might have been the work of demons. Sarah tells us about the arson at the UpStairs Lounge, a gay bar that was burned down and took the lives of 32 people in the early years of Pride. We hope you enjoy the new theme song that Sarah made for the Warrens and don’t forget to slide into her DMs with your star signs.
Everyone needs a good skincare routine but please don’t take advice from the woman in Sarah’s story. The blood of children is not a good moisturizer. Though we are curious about how Elizabeth Bathory’s skin felt at the end of her life. Sarah also tells us about a weird troll movie and if Caity had to hear about it, so do you. Caity continues this “Crimes that Inspired Movies” themed episode with the events that inspired The Changeling: the disappearance of Walter Collins and the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders.
This episode kicks off with Caity messing up. She deleted a clip discussing the weird dream where she was impregnated with alien triplets that is referenced a few times in the episode. Nugget also decides to make a few appearances because he needs to be heard. Caity delves into the history and ghosts of the hotel that inspired The Shining, The Stanley. Sarah takes us on an adventure to the Loch Ness and the monster that might live in its depths. We love Nessie, y’all.