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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.

Latest News and Episodes

  • In Late 2014 the prestigious $25,000 Blake Art prize was awarded to Melbourne artist Richard Lewer for his short video animation about a true crime real-life love tragedy. Richard Lewer’s work, titled “Worse Luck I’m Still Here”, tells the true story of Bernie Erickson and his long-term de facto wife Julie Kuhn. It’s a short video animation about a true crime real-life love tragedy. In the local newspaper, the artist, Lewer read that Erickson, 81, had pleaded guilty of murder for the smothering death of wife in the half fulfilment...

  •   When 42-year-old Cairns resident Li Ping Cao disappeared on November 30th, 2011, her 70-year-old husband Klaus Andres did an appalling job of feigning concern for her whereabouts. He didn’t report her missing and used a press conference to try to convince the public she was a terrible, rebellious woman who had deserted her poor long-suffering husband. While he was out there spreading lies about her, Li Ping’s body was dissolving in a bin full of acid. Sources: Trial date to be set next month for drug trafficker accused of...

  •   Colin Winchester was the Assistant Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police and the commander of the ACT police force. When he was assassinated in his driveway in the summer of 1989, the nation was sent into a state of shock. These feelings were taken over by anger as the investigation dragged on, until finally five years after the murder a lone crazed gunman named David Eastman was arrested. Did the police have the right man or was this killing, as speculated by the media, a professional hit by the...