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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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  •   Nicknamed “Bloody Babs” by the press, vamp from the wrong side of the tracks, Barbra Graham had multiple convictions for disorderly conduct, vagrancy, suspicion of prostitution and perjury by her early twenties. In 1953, she stepped it up a notch when she and her no-good boyfriend murdered 64-year-old widow Mabel Monohan in the course of a robbery. One drunken night in 2011, Richard Devries found himself on the wrong end of a punch over a car parking space. What he did next was brutal and disproportionate and led to...

  •   Ashley Laney and Tracey Humphrey were married on the 4th of July, 2003. The next day, Ashley murdered Tracey’s ex-girlfriend Sandra Rosso, who was due to go to court to testify against him in an assault case. Did Ashley commit this murder of her own accord, or was she just a puppet for her controlling new husband? Ever heard someone say ‘touch my beer and I’ll kill you’? Usually this is just an expression, but not for Northern Territory man Gary Miles. Gary killed his mate Paul Stamp because...

  • 24-year-old single mother Joyce Lemay won the gold-digger lottery when she married Miami construction millionaire Stanley Cohen. She adored the lavish lifestyle of night clubs and cocaine that her marriage allowed her, but found the husband attached to it to be a bit of an inconvenience. Crime is almost non-existant in the sleepy country town of Cooma, NSW. Or at least it was, until Peter Clarke, and Carolyn Goodwin were gunned down in a brutal double murder in 2003. But who would want to kill the well-liked sheriff and the...