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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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  • OMG, your legs go all the way up to Murder! We’re excited to announce that Bloody Murder Leggings are now here. Cover your legs with a cavalcade of fascinating characters as heard on Bloody Murder. You want a monkey on your butt? We got that covered, his name was Travis and he had issues. Now in our merch shop with sizes from XS to 2XL! Get them here:

  •     Serial killer Charles Howard Schmid Jr was a bizarre young man who dyed his hair black and tanned his face with make up. He drew a mole on his cheek to look meaner and stuffed his boots full of tins cans and rags in an attempt to disguise his tiny stature. He was also an unlikely cult hero to the disaffected youth of Tucson in the early 1960’s. Justin Cox had always had a problem with managing his anger. A devastating life change, mixed with alcohol and the...

  •   To celebrate our 100th Episode we’ve joined forces with Cambo Ford to bring you Bloody Murder on True Crime Island: The Michael Kanaan Story! Michael Kanaan is an Australian triple murderer from Sydney. He was second in charge of the notorious gang DK’s Boys who controlled the cocaine trade in Kings Cross in the late 90’s and were involved in all manner of tomfoolery, their violent crimes included kneecapping, extortion and shooting cops. Most of Sydney’s traditional criminal underworld worked under the radar. They avoided clashes with cops like...