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Paige and Lisa, otherwise known as the Near Death Dolls, take you through the murderous escapades of black widow wannabe Ruth Snyder. She’s out to kill her motorboating husband for the insurance money, with the help of her corset salesman side-piece. Sparks will fly when she meets her maker and Ruth will become famous for a shocking reason!
Confusing, heart-wrenching, and downright diabolical Christmas adjacent case of Charles Lawson. Tune in to hear Christie’s coverage of this case – maybe not with your family, though.
In a sleepy, suburban village in middle-England, a young girl goes missing; Lynda Mann. This beautiful girl’s murder would go unsolved for many years….until a local Doctor made a mistake in an experiment he was conducting….
We join our three preceptors at Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963! We explore and question all the ‘magic’ angles of the death of John F. Kennedy. America’s 35th President in broad daylight during a presidential motorcade through the streets of Dallas Texas.
John Lennon’s death broke the hearts of many around the world on December 8th, 1980. Did Mark Chapman, the man who pleaded guilty, truly kill John Lennon? Or was this plan in effect by the higher ups for a while and an author we have come to love and enjoy, Stephen King, truly pull the trigger?
For decades, Robert Spangler got away with the murders of two wives as well as his two children from his first marriage. It wasn’t until he was diagnosed with brain and lung cancer in 2000, that he finally confessed to his crimes after being suspected and watched by authorities from several different agencies. During one of his interviews, he claimed it was easier to kill his wives than to go through a divorce. This serial killer and family annihilator is one of the most callous men to ever exist.
This week Cassie & Tiff share two stories of survival: Teen taken in the night and forced to endure the unimaginable; a Mother suffers at the hands of her domestic abuser.
According to Mencap, a learning disability is “a reduced intellectual ability and difficulty with everyday activities which affects someone for their whole life.” Typically, it can take a person with a learning disability longer to learn new things and they may need extra help to develop new skills or interact with others. Around 1.5 million people in the UK have a learning disability and 351,000 of these are children aged between 0-17.