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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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  •     Nicolas Claux was a blood-drinking, cannibalistic hospital worker whose hobbies included desecrating graves and worshipping Satan. Nicknamed “The Vampire of Paris,” this death-obsessed ghoul decided to kill someone, because…well it fit his image. Chow Hayes was a violent, sadistic standover man, and murderer. In 1930, Chow became the first Australian criminal to be described by police as a “gangster”. He would graduate from child thug to celebrity criminal by the age of 23 and wreaked havoc on the streets of Sydney for over five decades.     See...

  • On Saturday November 17th we are having a meetup for listeners in Melbourne. Not only will Tara and I be there. Also attending will be Cambo from True Crime Island, Brod from Felon and Sarah from the Good Nightmare Podcast, there might even be some special guests. So thats Saturday, 17th November at 2.30pm at the Retreat Hotel at 280 Sydney Road in Brunswick. It’s the best beer garden in Melbourne. All are welcome and we hope to see you there.  Leave a comment here if you’re coming (it would...

  •   Described as a woman with “lovely russet hair, fine blue eyes, of normal build, with nice shapely hands” Mary Pearcey was a rather unconventional English woman who was convicted of murdering her lover’s wife and child. She was sentenced to dangle on the end of a noose for her crimes. This is a patron request for Emily Kirkpatrick On a hot December afternoon in 2007, 70 year Paddy Moriarty and his dog went missing in Larimah in the Northern Territory. Foul play was suspected. Police rounded up the usual...