#19 Jeez Louise

Jeeze Louise

Hello! Thanks for coming back. This week, Mariel discusses convicted serial killer, Louise Peete. Digressions include a dating story, quarantine, Bob’s Burgers, and election 2020. Thank you so much for listening! We hope everyone is hanging in there. 

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Louise Peete
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“Denton Slayer Suspect on her way to be indicted”
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Louise Peete being paroled 
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Louise Peete mugshot
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An Episode Like This Only Happens Once Every Four Years

An Episode Like This Only Happens Once Every Four Years

*Insert Leap Day One Liner* 

This week, Mariel sheds light on the plight of Overseas Filipino & migrant workers with the case of Flor Contemplacion and the death of Joanna Demafelis. Amanda shares the crimes of Florida Death Row Inmate, Tiffany Cole, her crimes, including the murders of Carol and Reggie Sumner. Digressions include Netflix’s “The Trial of Gabriel Fernandez.” On the bright side, NBC’s new season of “Good Girls” is on now, and the latest episodes are available on Hulu. Thanks for listening!

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Flor Contemplacion
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Flor Contemplacion
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Joanna Demafelis 
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Joanna Demafelis
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Couple who hired Joanna. Eadar Essam Assaf (male, left) was arrested for her murder
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Tiffany Cole
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Childhood photo of Tiffany Cole
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Reggie and Carol Sumner
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Tiffany Cole and Michael Jackson, partying in the limo
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Teresa Jr

This week, Amanda and Mariel obsess over rodents who went viral. Then Amanda tells us about another “black widow” killer, Judy Buenoano. Then Mariel follows up with a murder-for-hire that led to the second execution of a woman in Virginia, with the case of Teresa Lewis. Digressions include High School Musical, Tonka the Bear (dog), an MS Word typing fail, The Pharmacist and Love Is Blind on Netflix. Amazon’s new “Falling For A Killer” and more vape-shaming. 

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Judy Buenoano
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Judy Buenoano
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Judy Buenoano
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James Goodyear
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Bobby Joe Morris
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Michael Goodyear
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James Goodyear Jr., Kimberly Goodyear, Judias Buenoano, John Gentry
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Life Insurance Policy for John Gentry
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Poisoned Pills given to John Gentry
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John Gentry’s bombed car
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Teresa Lewis
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Teresa Lewis
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“The gunmen, Matthew Shallenberger (right) and Rodney Fuller, were sentenced to life terms. Shallenberger committed suicide in prison in 2006”. – Via Murderpedia
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Julian Lewis (right) and Charles Lewis (left), victims 
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Linguistics Flex

Hello! This week Amanda dives into a deadly love triangle with the story of Kelly Gissendaner, and then Mariel follows with the story of a killer wife, the Black widow, Betty Lou Beets. Digressions include Alexa interruptions, a personal connection to a serial killer, a Lisa Montgomery experience, and more! 

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Kelly Gissendaner first mugshot after arrest
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Kelly Gissendaner during her murder trial, November 18, 1998
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Kelly pictured in her cell on Georgia’s death row where she was housed for 17 years
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Doug and Kelly Gissendaner
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Doug Gissendaner 
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Doug Gissendaner and his 2 children with Kelly
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Greg  Owen, the man who murdered Doug Gissendaner, February 1997
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Betty Lou Beets
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Betty Lou Beets mugshot series
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Betty Lou Beets quote
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Betty Lou Beets hanging out with Karla Faye Tucker, Francis Newton, and Pam Perillo
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Jimmy Don Beets
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Betty Lou’s wishing well where Jimmy Don she buried Jimmy Don
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The discovery of Jimmy Don buried in the wishing well
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#15 Overgrown Boob

Hello, our hopefully-not-so Bloody Valentines. This week, Mariel will regale the story behind Barbara Graham, who would later become known as “Bloody Babs”, backstabbing lovers, a flock of seagulls (not the band or the haircut) and the third woman executed by gas chamber in California. Then Amanda tells us a marital homicide story that landed Angelina Rodriguez on Death Row. Digressions include a dating story and past Valentine’s Day reminiscing. 

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Barbara Graham
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Barbara Graham saying goodbye to her son, Tommy
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Mabel Monohan 
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Mabel Monohan’s Burbank home
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Barbara Graham being escorted out of the courtroom post conviction
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Angelina Rodriguez
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Angelina and Frank Rodriguez on their wedding day
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Frank Rodriguez
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Angelina in court
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Angelina Rodriguez
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#14 There’s No Basement in the Alamo

This is a big one, folks! Another dive into one of the United States’s not so fine moments, the execution of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. Then Mariel tells the story of a woman from across the pond, Ruth Ellis, whose execution rocked Britain and fueled what would become the abolishment of all hangings and eventually all death penalties. Digressions include a SimsTM adaptation of Netflix’s You, “Chronic Hormone Syndrome,” and other things that we are kind of obsessed with right now. Thanks for listening!

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Woman With Chronic Premenstrual Syndrome Suspected of 189 Murders

“You” in Sims(TM) form

Ethel and Julius Rosenburg post arrest, 1950
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Ethel and Julius Rosenburg post conviction of espionage, 1951
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The two sons of Ethel and Julius (Robert age 6 on the right and Michael age 10 on the left), along with Julius’ mother marching in a demonstration for clemency for Ethel andJulius in front of the White House, 1953.
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Robert (left) and Michael (right) Rosenburg reading about their parents’ execution in the Daily News paper 
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David Greenglass, Ethel’s Brother, in court 1956
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The “Six Principals in the Russian Atomic Spy Ring”
From Left to Right: Anatoli Yakolvev; Julius Rosenburg; Ethel Rosenburg; Klaus Fuchs; David Greenglass; Harry Gold
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Ruth Ellis
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Ruth posing during a photoshoot, 1954
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Ruth Ellis and David Blakely at the Little Club in London, 1955
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Ruth Ellis and her lover, Desmond Cussen
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Ruth with her son Andre Ellis 
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 Crowds gather outside Wandsworth prison on the day of Ellis' execution
Crowds outside of Wandsworth Prison on the day of Ruth’s execution
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#13 Say It Like It’s Spelled

Buckle up because this week, Amanda tells the story of the infamous female serial killer turned cult hero, Aileen Wuornos. Then Mariel tells a story that could leave you asking questions. Should Kerry Lyn Dalton be serving a death sentence which she received in 1995? Where is Irene Melanie May? Followed by a story of heroic Furries. Digressions include the new Netflix series on Aaron Hernandez and other recent crime binges.

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A group of ‘furries’ stopped a domestic violence assault and helped police make the arrest

Aileen Wuornos last interview

Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer

Aileen Wuornos 
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Aileen Wuornos
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Aileen Wuornos after receiving her 6th death sentence
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Aileen Wuornos
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Kerry Lyn Dalton(right) and here sister Victoria Thorpe(left), June 2011
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Kerry Lyn Dalton mugshot
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Irene Melanie May, alleged victim
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Kerry Lyn Dalton and Sister Helen Prejean, 2019
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#12 Amazon Prime Dating

This week Amanda offers the long and disturbing history of the death penalty. Then Mariel tells an Oklahoma murder for hire story which led to the execution of Marilyn Plantz, the 2nd woman to be put to death in the state. Ending with digressions about gym stuff, the possible dystopian future of online-dating, Mariel’s early-onset geriatric problems and discovering the iPhone feature that won’t let you forget 21st birthday decisions and questionable hair-dos. 

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Links where Amanda gathered the historical and statiscial information of the history of the death penalty:

BEFORE THE NEEDLES 

Executions in the U.S. 1608-2002: The Epsy File

Furman vs Georgia

Gregg vs Georgia

“Breaking the Wheel”
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Example of “Gibetting”
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Marilyn Plantz
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Marilyn Plantz with her then boyfriend, Clifford Bryson (10/20/1988)
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William McKimble, Marilyn Plantz, Clifford Bryson 
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#11 Folsom Prison Tramp-Stamp Blues

Welcome back to the super profesh and clean sound quality. This week Mariel sticks to storytelling with that of Antonina Makarova, a nazi-collaborator throughout WWII. She would become known as “Machine-Gun Girl” for her role as an executioner. Then Amanda tells a tale of meth, prison, and love at first sight. That is the story of Cynthia Coffman and James Marlow. If we learn anything from this story, let it be that if ever you’re going to get married on a top of a motorcycle, take lots of pictures.

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Antonina Makarova mugshot, 1920
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Antonina Makarova while in the military
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Young Antonina Makarova
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Antonina Makarova being Identified 
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Cynthia Coffman mugshot
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Corinna Dell Novis, victim, age 20
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Lynell Murray, victim, age 19
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James Marlow post arrest
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Cynthia Coffman’s hand with Wold tattoo
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Surrvaillence of Cynthia Coffman and James Marlow
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Recent mugshot of Cynthia Coffman
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#10 John Wilkes Booth Trap House

This week, Amanda gives us a history lesson that we didn’t learn in school. The story of Mary Surratt and the conspiracy to assassinate President Abe Lincoln. Mariel deep dives into a tragic crime and trial that led to the conviction of young Texas mom, Darlie Routier, and the latest update to her case as of 2019. Then some humble opinions about a very creepy “Yogi master.” If this episode sounds a little different then our previous shows, it’s because Mariel produced it!* Usually, we have our professional producer mix & master our episodes, but she was up for the challenge. 

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Darlie, Devon(left), Drake(center), and Damon(right) Routier 
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Darlie’s Injuries
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Devon (right) and Damon (left)
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Screenshot of The Last Defense which aired on 20/20,  the infamous silly string video
The Last Defense 20/20 video
Mary Surratt
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Surratt Boarding House
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John Wilkes Booth
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The four convicted conspirators (from top left: David Harold, Lewis Powell, Mary Surratt, George Atzerodt)
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The death warrant being read before the execution of the 4 conspirators
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