E132: Anna Young

(note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little) This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Anna Young, a woman who led The House of Prayer for All People, about 10 miles south of Gainesville back in the 1980s. There, she tortured and beat people while preaching about Jesus. She... Continue Reading →

E114: Lulonda Flett

This week Beth and Wendy discuss the case of Lulonda Flett, an indigenous Canadian woman who killed 5 people when she set a house on fire in Winnipeg. (note: time stamps are without ads & may be off a little) We thank our listeners (6:57).  We get into some stats (12:15) and then dive into... Continue Reading →

E109: Carolyn King

In the Fall of 1993, Carolyn King, a black woman, along with her younger boyfriend, robbed and murdered two different people, in two different American cities, 2300 miles apart from each other. The police were after them, but were always one step behind, as the couple road tripped across the country, committing crimes along the... Continue Reading →

E96: Gakirah Barnes

This week Beth and Wendy discuss Gakirah Barnes, a teenaged girl and gang member who lived in Chicago. She claimed to have killed 17 people by the time she was 17. We share listener letters (3:45) and get into some stats (8:35).  Then we dive into the setting (9:47), the Gakira’s early life (25:40) and... 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 →

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