Join us this week as Diana talks about the troubling disappearance and death of seventeen year old Mike Mansholt while vacationing in Malta and Gina discusses the devious French serial killer, Marcel Petiot.
Listen this week as Gina talks about the mysteriously haunted Annabelle doll and controversial paranormal investigators Ed & Lorraine Warren. Then Diana talks about the murder of Dariusz Janiszewski in Poland as well as the twists and turns that prove that the truth is stranger than fiction.
Join us for part one of a two part series about the Black Dahlia, Elizabeth Short. In this episode we dive into the details of her life prior to her murder. From a humble Massachusetts upbringing to the tragic unsolved murder that cut her life short at 22, we are getting to know who Elizabeth “Beth” Short was before she became infamous.
Join us this week as Diana and Gina talk about the paranormal activity within the Bridgewater Triangle in Massachusetts and the sad greed fueled murder of the Ewell Family in Fresno, California.
Join us this week as your hosts Diana and Gina talk more about crimes in the Great White North. This week we discuss the murder of the Richardson family in Alberta and Albert Guay’s mass murder of all aboard Canada Pacific Air Flight 108 in Quebec.
Join Diana and Gina as they start the new year by discussing Israel Keyes, a terrifyingly cold modern day serial killer.
Join hosts Diana and Gina for a Christmas special! Get to know your hosts with a holiday Q&A and enjoy a Victorian style Christmas Eve with a spooky story.
The Ghost Finder by William Hope Hodgson published in The Idler, June 1910.
Join us in this holiday themed episode as Gina talks about a mythical creature from folklore and Diana talks about a sad Christmas day murder.
Join us as Gina talks about an 18th century secret society and Diana talks about a maritime murder that inspired several famous literary figures.
Join us as Gina talks more about a horrifying murder ripped from current headlines and Diana goes back in time to the turn of the turn of the nineteenth century to talk about a mentally ill athlete.