#9 Yello Mama

This week Amanda explains the case against Emilia Carr and her role in the tragic murder of Heather Strong. Then Mariel tells the story of Lynda Lyon Block and the dangers of homegrown extremism. Amanda and Mariel also talk plot holes, Netflix’s “You” plus a horrific and recent murder side-story. Happy New Year! Thank you for your continued support!

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Emilia Carr before arrest and after, age 30
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Heather Strong, victim
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Joshua Folgham mugshot
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Emilia Carr
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The location where Heather Strong was killed, owed by the family of Emilia Carr
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Linda Lyon Block 
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Sgt Roger Motley
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Lynda Lyon and George Sibley after surrendering to police
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George Sibley Jr
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Yellow Mama
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#8 Merry Christmas, Happy Halliday!

Happy Holidays, listeners and remember that you are innocent until proven naughty!

Couldn’t resist that pun for this week’s episode title because Amanda tells us the old-timey story of Lizzie Halliday, New York’s first known female serial killer and Mariel tells a tale of sad misfortune, hear the crimes of Tanya Nelson, the fortune teller murderer.

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Anita Vo Smith
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Tanya Nelson
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Phillipe Zamora, accomplice 
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Police poster of Lizzie Halliday
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Arrest Poster for Lizzie Halliday
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The McQuillan Sisters
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Where the bodies of the McQuillan sisters were found, 1893
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#7 That Criminal Mind

This episode Amanda and Mariel briefly discuss the Ryan Ferguson case and the corrupt prosecutor, Kevin Crane. Mariel shares some thoughts on Ted Bundy. Then Amanda discusses the cruel death of 10-year-old Emani Moss, followed by the story of husband killer Wendi Andriano by Mariel.

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Tiffany Moss
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Emani Moss, age 10
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Tiffany Moss
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Wendi Adriano
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Wendi and Joe Andriano
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#6 THIS IS LIKE DEJA VU ALL OVER AGAIN!

This week, hot takes on Netflix’s “The Confession Killer,” Henry Lee Lucas, and the Texas Rangers. Mariel’s head explodes, and as a duet, she and Amanda tell the story of a young mother wrongfully convicted of a horrible crime against her young son. Debra Milke would spend 22 years on Arizona’s death row. To learn more about protecting those who are innocent and wrongful conviction prevention, visit The Innocence Network

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Debra Jean Milke
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Debra Jean Milke
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Christopher and Debra Milke
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Christopher Milke
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James Styers
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Roger Scott
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Former Arizona Detective Armando Saldate
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#5 Oops… we did it again

Drugs are bad! In this episode, Amanda and Mariel tag-team the story of The Texas Pick-Axe Murderess. That’s what happens when you decide to surprise one another every week with a different story. Maybe it’s a sister thing, almost like a sixth-sense…


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Karla Faye Tucker mugshot, 1984
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Jerry Lynn Dean and Deborah Thorton
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Daniel Garrett, accomplice
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Karla Faye Tucker
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Karla Faye Tucker
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#4 Lisa and Sue are F***ing Awful

Amanda tells us about a tragic fetal abduction, which resulted in the death of the mother-to-be, Bobbie Jo Stinnett. Then Mariel tells us the horrible tale of the cruel killing in 1998 of 59-year-old Louis “Buddy” Musso by a woman who would become the 14th woman executed in the modern era US.

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Lisa Marie Montgomery
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Bobbi Jo Stinnett
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Lisa Marie Montgomery with one of her Rat Terriers
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Pregnant Bobbi Jo Stinnett with one of her Rat Terriers
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Suzanne Basso 1999 Mugshot
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Louis “Buddy” Musso, victim
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Suzanne Basso + Accomplices
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#3 “Death Row Granny” and Texas “Killer Babe”

In this episode, Mariel tells us about a brutal murder and robbery, which led to the conviction of a Texas woman; an internet list called her “one of the ten most attractive Death Row inmates in the United States.” Then Amanda tells the story of “The Death Row Granny.” Also featuring hot-takes on Scientology and Bingeing the new Netflix series, The Politician.

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Brittany Marlowe Holberg – “Killer Babe”
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Brittany Marlowe Holberg’s mugshot
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A.B. Towery, victim of Brittany Holberg
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Son of A.B. Towery
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Velma Margie Barfield
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Margie Velma Barfield
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Velma’s last meal
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#2 Germany’s Secret Hero & The Sabrina Butler Story

In this episode, we begin with a death penalty related story, then Amanda tells us about the woman from Wisconsin who was sentenced to death by Hitler and Mariel talks about that time Mississippi sentenced a teenage mother to death.

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Mildred Fish-Harnack

Mildred Fish-Harnack

Mildred Fish-Harnack
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Detailed record of Mildred Harnack 
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Mildred and Arvid Harnack
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Mildred Harnack’s mugshot
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Walter, the baby whose death Sabrina was convicted for.
Walter D. Butler
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Sabrina Butler
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Sabrina Butler
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#1 The Black Widow Killer and Conviction of the Youngest Woman on Death Row

By total coincidence and perhaps sister-like-mindedness, our first story, as told by Mariel, includes the oldest woman on death row, Blanche Taylor Moore, then Amanda covers the crimes and conviction of Christa Pike.

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Blanche Taylor Moore

November 4, 1990
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Blanche being escorted from the Alamance County Courthouse by a deputy and her attorney, August 1989
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Blanch and James Taylor with their daughter Vanessa, 1954
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Cover of Preacher’s Girl by James Schutze
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The most recent mugshot of Blanche Taylor Moore
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Christa Pike

Colleen Slemmer, victim of Christa Pike
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Christa Pike after being sentenced to death, March 30, 1996
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Christa Pike in 2013 appearing in court for assaulting another inmate in 2001.
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Tadaryl Shipp, pictured age 17
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Shadolla Peterson, pictured age 18
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