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It's been just over 2 years since I began, what my wife calls, my "little murder hobby." I had no idea what I was getting into when I began this endeavor partially as a diversion from the COVID-19 pandemic. But it became much more than that. In producing over 80 podcasts, I have interviewed authors, law enforcement, scholars and survivors of some of the most horrendous acts perpetrated on society. I started with the tried and true like Ted Bundy but soon found myself drawn to cases less know and not yet found by DATELINE. I consider myself honored to have had the opportunity to interview 2 survivors of the aforementioned Ted Bundy (The Monster in my Bedroom and I survived Ted Bundy), the son of Bob Crane (Who Killed Bob Crane), and a guest who believes his father murdered the woman known as the Black Dahlia (Who Murdered The Black Dahlia).


I have mixed things up by interviewing experts on very old cases where there was little primary source material available such as in segments, Who murdered J.F.K. and Who Was Jack The Ripper. I will admit that some cases gave me nightmares such as VAMPIRE, about the man who made smoothies out of the innards of his victims and consumed them because he believed his blood was turning into powder.


You may link to any, or all these segments by tapping the PODCAST button. Drop me an email and let me know what you think. Also, if you have a book or even better a first-hand involvement with a murder case, I’d love to put you on the air.

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