Episode 11 : 69 Problems & A Princess Ain’t One.

Feeling skeptical yet? What’s not in question is the horrid crimes committed by Colin Ireland, as Sarah enlightens us on. Tiff then navigates through the winding turns about the death os Princess Diana of Wales. What’s even more wild, is the man behind it all!

**If conspiracies ain’t yo thang, tiff starts at the 49 minute mark. So listen to the first half, life upadtes (hint/hint BIG life announcement!) and Sarah’s true crime story.

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Episode 10 : A Hypnotic Sullen Artist & The Window Full of Brothers.

This month’s theme “runs” away from us as Sarah meticulously recounts the sordid past and questionable future of Adolf Hitler; are the conspiracies true? While around the same time, there were the mysterious murders of the Hinterkaifeck family on their secluded yet frequented farm.

**If conspiracies ain’t yo thang, just skip forward to the 55 minute marker after all the chit chat ends to hear tiff’s true crime story!

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Episode 9 : Frozen Rat Snacks & Vroom-Vroom, Boom-Boom.

Finishing off our workplace theme for the month, Sarah brings the chills with the story of Richard Leaonard Kuklinski, a former Mafia member. Tiffany revs up the action with her recounting of the crimes committed by Yves “Apache” Trudeau, a ruthless biker. For these men, killing is their workplace.

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Episode 6 : Poopin in Ashtrays & The Hoodlums Next Door

Follow along this week as Sarah and Tiffany bring you crimes from past occupations. Sarah recounts the merciless spree of former Domino’s employee, Mitchell Sims. Tiffany retells the story of former Papa John’s employee Lavon Drake III, and the senseless act carried out against him. 

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Episode 5 : The Ultimate Rainbow Belt & Bartending Children

Welcome to our Special Cinco De Mayo Episode. We’re switching up from our ‘crimes committed by family members’ theme and recounting the tragedies in otherwise happy celebratory times. Sarah shares the story of Jose Campos Torres, Tiff shares the story of Amber Collins and Priscilla Ochoa.

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