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 →

E74: The Wemmer Pan Killer Pt 1

Part 1: Wendy and Beth discuss Maoupa Cedric Maake, AKA The Wemmer Pam Killer, a South African serial killer who committed at least 27 murders throughout 1996 and 1997. Footnotes Murderpedia. (n.d.) Maoupa Maake. Retrieved 02/21/2020 from https://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/maake-maoupa.htm Wikipedia contributors. (12/29/19). Cedric Maake. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 02/22/2020 from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cedric_Maake&oldid=933099324 Muller, Antoinette. (05/28/17). South... Continue Reading →

Affirmative Murder / Fruitloops Crossover Episode: The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez

Affirmative Murder and Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color join forces to discuss the harrowing story of Gabriel Fernandez and the Netflix documentary about it. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez A boy’s brutal murder and the public trials of his guardians and social workers prompt questions about the system’s protection of vulnerable children. https://www.netflix.com/title/80220207 Affirmative Murder... Continue Reading →

E73: Chai Soua Vang

Today Wendy & Beth discuss the case of Chai Soua Vang, a Hmong American man who was hunting in Wisconsin, wandered onto private land and was confronted. This led to Vang killing six and wounding two during this hunting dispute. He’s more like a mass murderer than a serial killer, but sometimes we like to... Continue Reading →

E72: Donetta Hill

This week Wendy, Beth and our special Guest aka Beth’s sister Minnie, discuss Donetta Hill, a black woman from Pennsylvania who was convicted of killing two men.   We get into the story (7:31) followed by our takeaways, shout outs and tips.  Thanks for listening! This is a weekly podcast and new episodes drop every Thursday,... Continue Reading →

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