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Nominated for 4 Australian Podcast Awards, including 2019 Best Independent True Crime. Barney Black and Tara Sariban discuss the dark details of lesser know true crime stories from Australia and around the world. As avid listeners of true crime podcasts they aim to add to the conversation by talking about murders that haven't been done to death on other shows. Their humour comes from some rather unusual places but never at the expense of the victims or their families.
 
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In this special crossover episode of Bloody Murder and True Crime Island, we discuss Serial Killer Rattlesnake James. Half assed conman and serial killer Robert S. James gained infamy when he tried to murder his fifth wife Mary by putting her leg into a box of rattlesnakes. When she failed to die in a timely enough fashion, he drowned her in the ba…
 
Ellery Kane’s life is non-stop crime. By day Ellery is a forensic psychologist and she evaluates prison inmates in California, most of whom have committed murder or another serious crime and have been in jail for a very long time, and are coming up for parole. Ellery’s the author of the detective thriller series featuring Criminal... The post Priso…
 
In honour of International Women's Day - March 8th 2021. Mayor of Bell Gardens California, Daniel Crespo Snr abused his wife Lyvette for 28 years. He also threatened those he worked with in the council and had a secretary fired for not sleeping with him. On September 30th, 2014, while beating Lyvette, he turned his violent rage toward their teenage…
 
In 1984, Richard Farley met new co-worker Laura Black at the Sunnyvale, California office of their employer ESL. He was instantly attracted to Laura and asked her out on numerous occasions but she politely refused his advances. Unwilling to take no for an answer, Farley proceeded to stalk Laura relentlessly. After four years of Farley's constant ha…
 
There was a time in Australia where crime was hectic - armed robberies, a racket in stolen goods like stereos that could be sold quickly, an explosion in the heroin trade, shocking gun crimes including at Hoddle Street Melbourne, Strathfield Plaza in Sydney and Port Arthur in Tasmania . The post The Vanishing Criminal appeared first on Australian T…
 
This is the conclusion of our two part special on Angel of Death - Dulcie Markham. If you haven't listened to part one, and you want any of this to make sense, we recommend you listen to it first. Murder adjacent Dulcie Markham was the darling of the Australian underworld, known as Pretty Dulcie and Dainty Dulcie, she also became known in the media…
 
Stalking is prevalent in Australia. There are hundreds of cases reported every year. These people’s existence have been besieged by a stalker. Survivors often are voiceless and have no place to tell their stories. The post Spotlight Series: Stalking Australia: She ain’t no Mary Poppins appeared first on Australian True Crime Podcast.…
 
Dulcie Markham was known in the media as The Angel of Death, The Black Widow and Pretty Dulcie. She was a key figure of the Australian underworld across multiple cities, from the 1920’s right through to the 1950’s, According to one crime reporter, she 'saw more violence and death than any other woman in Australia's history'. Whereas Dulcie never mu…
 
The 2nd part of the Still Not Asking For It podcast, presented by Rory Banwell. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. The Still Not Asking For It Project was born in July 2014. Rory was pregnant and when her and her partner discovered they were pregnant with a girl, the first thing... The post Spotlight Series: Still Not…
 
Inspired by reading Hitler's Mein Kampf and feeling that he himself had the soul of an artist, white supremacist Jonathan Haynes launched a campaign of murderous attacks against those he believed were the purveyors of fake Aryan beauty. TCNT: Libby Spicer tells us about the Youtube show, That Chapter. Aussie As: Barney informs us of the shit towns …
 
Jessie Hickman a.k.a. The Lady Bushranger and The Wild Woman of Wollemi led an extraordinary but short life. Given away to the circus at the age of eight, she became a rough rider champion, only to be washed up at the age of 17. Turning to a life of crime, she became the menace of the bush. Wearing men trousers, stealing cattle and evading coppers.…
 
After 34 year old beauty therapist and mother of two, Novy Chardon went missing from her Gold Coast home in February 2013, her husband John wasn't even slightly concerned. He made sexual advances to her friends who came looking for her and didn't bother reporting his fifth wife's disappearance to the police. The day she vanished, Novy's divorce law…
 
You could say the crap apple doesn't fall too far from the crap tree. In the case of Matthew Milat this couldn't be more true. Nephew of Backpacker Murderer, Ivan Milat, Matthew’s crimes were also brutal and disgusting. On November 20, 2010, Matthew lured David Auchterlonie to the Belanglo State Forest on his 17th birthday with the promise of beers…
 
When Las Vegas real estate magnate Ron Rudin went missing in 1994, his wife Margaret didn’t seem too concerned. He’d been gone four days before she reported Ron missing, and she did so only after Ron's coworkers had already informed the police. Margaret soon became the prime suspect when her husband's charred remains were discovered at a nearby Lak…
 
This is Part Two of That Bastard Bruce Burrell, if you haven't listened to part one and you want any of this to make sense, we suggest you push stop and go back and listen to episode 171. In part one we covered the 1995 mysterious disappearance of 74-year-old widow Dottie Davis. Two years later, mother of three, Kerry Whelan was kidnapped in Parram…
 
74-year-old widow Dottie Davis disappeared from the beautiful seaside suburb of Maroubra, in Sydney in 1995. She was never seen again and the case soon went cold. Two years later, mother of three Kerry Whelan was kidnapped in Parramatta and a one million dollar ransom was demanded for her safe return. It would take police nearly a decade to find th…
 
This is Part Two of Beefcake and Bullets – The Chippendales Murder, if you haven't listened to part one and you want any of this to make sense, we suggest you push stop and go back and listen to episode 168. Steve Banerjee had gone from rags to riches by creating the male erotic dance troupe the Chippendales, but he didn’t do it alone. Emmy award w…
 
Steve Banerjee, creator of the world famous male stripper troupe, The Chippendales, would do anything to protect his brand. And what a brand it was; at their peak the Chippendales were raking in millions of dollars a year. Controlling and consumed by greed, Steve had everything he could dream of thanks to his thrusting empire of man meat, but it wa…
 
Jade and Dionne Lacey were bored rich kids who lived a thugish life. Jade thought he was gonna be a superstar rapper. They both carried guns, sold drugs around the Gold Coast and enjoyed a spot of biffo. One day their love of violence went too far and ended in a brutal murder. TCNT: Nicole tells us about the book is 'Why Does He Do That?: Inside th…
 
Jack and Sandra Jessee had been married for 14 years when he was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 1998. Unbeknown to him, it wasn't just the cancer that was out to get Jack Jessee. TCNT: Tracey Stewart tells us about the crime fiction book, Lockdown by Laurie R. King. Aussie As: A truck driver who had recently come out of a coma gets incredibly lucky…
 
Novice Psychopath, Daniel Kelsall looked harmless, but this skinny 20-year-old with curly ginger hair was anything but. Inside this nerdish, owlish looking young man seethed a mass of cold anger and his blackened heart beat with the desire to commit evil deeds. Daniel told mental health professionals about his thoughts of killing random strangers, …
 
Due to Covid Lockdown 2, Electric Boogaloo, we're sorry to say we will be unable to continue releasing weekly episodes of Bloody Murder. Instead we will be releasing episodes fortnightly until our circumstances change. Our next wide-release episode will be out Monday August the 3rd. . See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
When Audrey Marie Hilley was arrested for murder and attempted murder in Alabama in 1979, everyone figured the story was pretty much over, but it had only just begun. This is a mysterious case of fake kidnappings, prison escapes, false identities, secret injections, doubtful doctors and closet fires. TCNT: Pixie Wolfe tells us about Youtuber: Baile…
 
William “Jackey Jackey” Westwood was an english born Bushranger and serial escapologist who was transported to Australia at the age of 16 for stealing a fancy coat. He promptly escaped and roamed the countryside, tipping his hat at ladies and looking flash in haute couture whilst relieving folks of their valuables. In his four year career he was ca…
 
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