Monthly Archives: March 2019

Episode 55: Karla Homolka & Paul Bernardo Part 2



In the conclusion of this disgusting story, Ash and Alaina discuss Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy’s tragic last days and lament over The Deal With The Devil. Things don’t get any better in this half of the tale, but at least Karla has jowls now.


Episode 53: Part 1 Karla Homolka & Paul Bernardo “The Ken and Barbie Killers”



Canadians, you know this case all too well. It is vile, horrific and unjust to say the least. Karla Homolka and her husband Paul Bernardo AKA “The Scarborough Rapist” terrorized and murdered young women in Ontario during the late 80s/early 90s, including Karla’s own younger sister, until they were finally stopped and locked up for good….at least one of them was. In this two part investigation into their life and crimes, things are definitely going to get uncomfortable and disturbing. So, listener beware. We will give plenty of warning when things are going to get brutal.


Episode 52: The Missing Panama Tourists Mini Morbid



For Alaina’s Mini Morbid, we will take a look at the baffling case of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon. After embarking on a philanthropic journey to Central America from the Netherlands, both young women went missing in the Panama jungle in 2014. When scant remains of the missing women were found some time later, along with cell phones that called for help several times and a camera with spooky photos, the case took a turn from confusing to scary. What happened to Kris and Lisanne out there?


Episode 51: Countess Elizabeth Bathory



Countess Elizabeth Bathory died in 1614 but the legends surrounding her life and crimes continue to live and breathe today. Perhaps better known as “The Blood Countess” today, she is possibly one of the most prolific serial killers to exist in history. Or was she a powerful woman who was taken down by those around who for political and financial gain? The facts are more terrifying than the myths in this case, guys. Drain your bath tub, grab one of your castle staff members and get ready for some coagulation because Elizabeth is bloody terrifying.

A great resource for this episode was “Infamous Lady: The True Story of Countess Erzsebet Bathory” by Kimberly Craft


Episode 49: Public Executions & The Psychology of Watching Pain Mini Morbid



So, Alaina isn’t great at brevity. Her Mini Morbid covers the history of public executions and explores why people have always loved them. Have we evolved as a species away from gathering to watch someone be hanged in the town square? This is a long Mini that will have you thinking about a lot of things. Hold on to your butts….and maybe your heads.

As a ***WARNING*** this episode contains a short history of lynching in the United States. This subject is horrifying and can be triggering to some. Just be aware and use your judgement but we announce the topic before we delve into it.