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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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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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!
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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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.
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
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…
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.
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.
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.