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*** 2019 Finalist Independent True Crime – Australian Podcast Awards and 2019 Finalist Popular Vote – Australian Podcast Awards. ***

Barney Black and Tara Sariban discuss the dark details of lesser known murders and serial killers from Australia and around the world. Though the tone of their conversations are often humorous the cases they cover are gruesome as hell. Their humour comes from some rather unusual places but never at the expense of the victims or their families.

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  •   In October 1993, 52-year-old hardware store owner Gerald Boggs was found murdered in his Steamboat Springs, Colorado home. Suspicion soon fell on his former wife, Jill Coit, a con artist and serial bigamist who had been married nearly a dozen times. Investigators would reveal Gerald wasn’t the first of her husbands to be murdered. Volatile Mitchell Sims, liked pizza but hated Domino’s, where he worked. An argument with his manager would send him on a cross country revenge spree that would end in the deaths of three Domino’s employees....

  • For the second year in a row we have scored TWO nominations in the Australian Podcast Awards! 2019 Best Independent True Crime and also Best Podcast in the Popular Vote. Thanks to everyone who voted and to the APA. We’re amongst some exceptional company. Congratulations to the other fine podcast selected. Cheers! We’ll see at the award event in Sydney!

  • Robert Spangler loved hiking in the Grand Canyon. He also loved being married. What he didn’t like was the pesky financial burden of divorce. After the 1990 death of his third wife Donna, whilst hiking in the Grand Canyon, investigators were alarmed to discover his wives often came to grizzly ends that were never anything to do with him. Or were they? In 1972 , unemployed plasterers Edwin Eastwood and Robert Boland decided to kidnap school children and their teacher from Faraday Primary School for ransom money. Was this a...