A Murder of Convenience and a Cooma Double Murder - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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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 mother of two?

BONUS: Barney takes off his crime hat and puts on a creepy one as he recites some ghost stories. BOO!

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2 Comments
  • Robert mahoney
    Posted at 05:35h, 15 October Reply

    Patron only ?Then don’t post as public episode..Podcast fee bait,mate.Podcasts are to me what radio was to my grandad. I’ll not pay for radio.That’s the flaw in the business model.Ask Dan the history man how the pp episode thing killed his circulation.

    • Barney Black
      Posted at 23:10h, 01 November Reply

      It’s true, the business model for podcasts is flawed. We and many other podcasters do this for free, for the love of it. We want to tell a good story. And the further down the track we go with Bloody Murder, we want to tell better stories and spend more time doing better research. Like so many podcasters, we work extremely hard to get quality content to you every week. Bloody Murder for Tara and myself is a hobby, we both have jobs, I have children, Tara has a haunted doll collection and we have other unescapable commitments. We would love to do Bloody Murder full time, but most people want to listen to their podcasts for free, and thats fine.. thats part of why podcasts are popular and we understand that. Our Patron systems covers the costs of podcasting, which is great, but it doesnt make us any extra money to live off, this is why most podcasters have to work as well and offer patron only episodes.

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