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*** 2018 Finalist Best Comedy – Australian Podcast Awards and 2019 Best Independent True Crime – Australian Podcast Awards. ***

Barney Black and Tara Sariban discuss the dark details of lesser know true crime stories from Australia and around the world. As avid listeners of true crime podcasts they aim to add to the conversation by talking about murders that haven’t been done to death on other shows. Their humour comes from some rather unusual places but never at the expense of the victims or their families.

Are you ready for True Crime Nerd Time? Bloody Murder and needs your help! We want you, our listeners, to submit your recommendations for anything true or fiction crime related! It can be books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, graphic novels, art, music etc. So send us your brief story (we’ll read it out) or record your story (it can just be a recording on your phone, and we’ll play it!). Keep it to about 3 mins please. Email here! bloodymurderpodcast@gmail.com

Latest Episodes

  • In honour of International Women’s Day – March 8th 2021. Mayor of Bell Gardens California, Daniel Crespo Snr abused his wife Lyvette for 28 years. He also threatened those he worked with in the council and had a secretary fired for not sleeping with him. On September 30th, 2014, while beating Lyvette, he turned his violent rage toward their teenage son when he tried to intervene. Crespo punched his son in the face so hard he fell down the stairs. What happened next was an unusual ending to a horribly...

  • Alex Algeri and Paul Reidel were best friends and business partners who ran a gym in Long Island, New York. When one of them was murdered in cold blood, police struggled to find a motive or any leads. This made the authorities question if the man who was killed was really the intended victim, or if it was a case of mistaken identity? THIS IS A PATRON ONLY EPISODE Become a Bloody Murder Patron (for as little as $1 per month, which you can cancel at anytime) and have access...

  • In 1984, Richard Farley met new co-worker Laura Black at the Sunnyvale, California office of their employer ESL. He was instantly attracted to Laura and asked her out on numerous occasions but she politely refused his advances. Unwilling to take no for an answer, Farley proceeded to stalk Laura relentlessly. After four years of Farley’s constant harassment, Laura saw no option but to take out a temporary restraining order against him. A court date was set for February 17th, 1988 to make the order permanent. On February 16th, Richard Farley...

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