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*** 2018 Finalist Best Comedy – Australian Podcast Awards and 2018 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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  •   Herman Drenth was a vile pig of a man with several aliases who trotted his way into women’s lives through lonely hearts club letters that were made of lies. Once under his spell, he not only robbed them of everything they had but sometimes murdered them and their children. A violent home invasion in Sydney in 2002 turned deadly when father of two, 53 year old Joseph Logozzo was shot and killed. The following police investigation and and eventual trial of Cambodian born Sophear Em was… a tad strange.

  • Bloody Murder Perfumes from $5.50 Ah True Crime, is there anything better? In honor of our favorite true crime podcast hosted by Tara Sariban and Barney Black we have created scents to go along with getting murdery. Whether you’re stroking your undoubtedly fantastic beard while applying Captain Moonlite beard oil thinking of all those who have wronged you, scrubbing up after a good homi- er ..exercise session with a Strawberry Milkshake whipped soap, or having a drink in the bath while shaving your legs with Lady Swears – this collection...

  • Crime is something that South Africa is not short on. Many of the stories that would be front page news in other countries is a side note on page 3 or not mentioned at all. True Crime stories are easy to find but rather difficult to find a satisfactory conclusion to, many never have an ending. But the other day my husband sent me a news article of a SA crime that sounds more like a plot for a Guy Ritchie film. We start with the headline “Alleged gang boss...