E85: Michael Terry aka Big Mike aka Mr. T

This week, in episode 85, Beth and Wendy discuss Michael Devern Terry, a black man who killed six men in Atlanta between December 6, 1985 and October 20, 1986. We dive into the stats, the setting and some LBGTQ history in Atlanta, GA, and the killer's early life (9:31).  We get into the timeline (19:15),... Continue Reading →

E84: Vincent Groves, The Colfax Killer

This week Beth and Wendy dive into the story of Vincent Darell Groves, Colorado’s most prolific serial killer. Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday, so until next time... look alive guys, it's crazy out there! Where to find us: Our Facebook page is Fruitloopspod and our discussion... Continue Reading →

E83: Christina Shea Walters aka “Queen”

This week Beth and Wendy discuss Christina Shea Walters, a Native American woman and leader of a gang, who attempted to murder one woman, and then ordered the executions of two other women. The victims were chosen at random. We dive into the story (15:34), the setting and the timeline. As usual we close out... Continue Reading →

E82: Malcom Johnn Naden

This week Beth and Wendy discuss Malcolm Johnn Naden, an indigenous Australian man who killed two women, members of his own family, Lateesha Nolan and Kristy Scholes in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia. After his crimes, he hid out in the bush for seven years before he was finally caught. We dive into the setting... Continue Reading →

E81: Khalil Wheeler-Weaver

This week Beth and Wendy talk about Khalil Wheeler-Weaver, a man convicted of killing three women and attempting to kill a fourth, in an 88 day span during the summer and fall of 2016. As usual we close out the show with some shout outs, and of course, some tips on how not to get murdered.  We... Continue Reading →

E80: Antoinette Frank

This week in episode 80 Beth and Wendy Discuss the case of Antoinette Frank, a police officer in New Orleans, who killed three people during a robbery, including another police officer.  So more of a mass murderer than a serial killer, BUT.... she might actually BE a serial killer. We’ll get into it. The story... Continue Reading →

E79: 2006 Richmond Spree Murders

This week we discuss the Richmond Spree Murders. Ricky Gray and Ray Dandridge, an uncle and his nephew, who went on a killing spree, beginning in December of 2005 and ending in January 2006.  After we catch up and love on our listeners we start the story at 12:36. Thanks for listening! This is a... Continue Reading →

E78: Kenneth Erskine

This week Beth and Wendy discuss Kenneth Erskine, AKA the Stockwell Strangler, a British serial killer who committed the murders of at least seven people. They were all senior citizens, men and women, in London between April and July 1986. Police also suspected Erskine of four other murders.  Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast... Continue Reading →

Extra, Extra Fruitloops! Week of April 27th

This week, Wendy & Beth share some stories about True Crime in space and the effects of Covid-19 on crimes. Footnotes Baker, Mike. (04/06/2020).Space Crime Allegation Leads to Charges Against Astronaut’s Ex-Wife. New York Times. Retrieved 04/24/2020 from https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/06/us/space-crime-allegation-indictment.html Tara McKelvey. (04/24/2020). Coronavirus lockdown: How has it affected crime? BBC News. Retrieved 04/24/2020 from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52416330 ... Continue Reading →

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