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Updated April 2020
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It's the podcast dividing listeners as we bring unique insights and interviews with the world's most notorious serial killers. Our case files bring you the facts, but our exclusive interviews show you another side -- the human side. Amanda Howard is a best selling true crime author who doesn't just talk about serial killers, she talks to them. Now Amanda is sharing almost 30 years worth of research, including letters and never-before-heard recordings that will shed new light on famous cases. ...
 
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This week we profile a serial killer with one of the highest IQs. Ted Kaczynski is the killer known more commonly as the Unabomber. He murdered three people and injured another 23 by conducting a nationwide bombing campaign, sent via packages which were sometimes hand delivered by Kaczynski himself. In our news section we do something a bit differe…
 
This week we’re looking at a case that caused wide spread panic throughout Washington DC throughout October 2002. People were being shot dead at random in what become known as The DC Sniper or Beltway Sniper case. In our news section: - Houston serial killer, Lucky Ward, sentenced to death for strangling 4 people - Our psychological profile makes n…
 
This week, we head to the UK for the case known as the Grindr killer. Stephen Port was given a whole life order sentence, what some countries call “never to be released” for the murders of at least four men across 2014-2015. In our news section; - Rapist-Murderer Roy Norris, One Of Notorious ‘Tool Box Killers’ Duo, Dies In Prison - A homeless man h…
 
This week we return to our psychological profile of Todd Kohlhepp, who was convicted of murdering seven people in South Carolina between 2003 and 2016. In our last episode we examined the police interview with Kohlhepp where the focus was on his spree killing inside Superbike Motorsports where he took the lives of four people. In this episode we’ll…
 
Todd Kohlhepp was convicted of murdering seven people in South Carolina between 2003 and 2016. This is a case which broke after the MWM podcast started and one we've followed very closely when it was a missing persons case. Kala Brown and Charlie “David” Carver had gone missing on August 31, 2016. As the family searched for them, Charlie’s Facebook…
 
Over a seven week period in mid 1993 twenty-one year old Paul Denyer stalked the women of Frankston, a suburb of Melbourne in Australia. Denyer attacked and murdered three young women; Elizabeth Stevens, Deborah Fream and Natalie Russell over a 7 week period as part of a larger stalking campaign that began months earlier. In February he had broken …
 
Our first psychological profile this season is on David Parker Ray, also known as the Toy Box Killer. Although no bodies were ever found Ray was accused by his accomplices of killing several people but police believe the number could have been as high as 60. Ultimately Ray was convicted of kidnapping and torture in 2001 and died shortly after of a …
 
Allan Legere escaped from a bathroom at a Canadian Hospital after being convicted of a crime he says he did not commit. The killer had been transported to the hospital for an ear infection from prison where he was serving a life sentence for the brutal murder of convenience store owner John Glendenning. Legere would be on the run for seven months, …
 
On May 12, 2015, 90 year old William MacDonald died in the secure wing of Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney, Australia. At the time of his death he was the longest serving prisoner in a New South Wales Prison, however beyond aficionados of true crime, very few know his name or of the heinous crimes he committed that gave him the name “The Sydney M…
 
Thor Nis Christiansen was an American serial killer who murdered at least four people between 1976 and 1979 in California. His method was to shoot his victims dead so he could then have sex with their dead bodies. At the time, the case created huge outrage and on his sentence to life imprisonment he feared for his life. The threats were in fact rea…
 
*Thank you for helping us reach 2 million downloads! Arnold Sodeman was executed in Victoria’s Pentridge Prison in 1936 for the murders of at least four school girls between 1930 and 1935. He confessed to the four murders to police after 12 hours of interrogation. At the time, police had arrested him for one murder, that of June Rushman, but when h…
 
This week, we conclude our profile of Canadian serial killing nurse Elizabeth Wettlauffer. Wettlaufer, a former registered nurse, confessed to murdering eight senior citizens and attempting to murder six others in Southwestern Ontario between 2007 and 2016 In our news section; - The death of Australia's worst serial killer, Ivan Milat - Pedro Alonz…
 
This week we continue our psychological profile of the Canadian serial killing nurse, Elizabeth Wettlaufer. Wettlaufer confessed to murdering eight senior citizens and attempting to murder six others in Southwestern Ontario between 2007 and 2016. She is one of the worst serial killers in Canadian history. Last week we started taking you through the…
 
This week on Monsters Who Murder: Serial Killer Confessions we are examining the Canadian serial killing nurse, Elizabeth Wettlaufer. Wettlaufer confessed to murdering eight senior citizens and attempting to murder six others in Southwestern Ontario between 2007 and 2016. She is one of the worst serial killers in Canadian history. In our news secti…
 
Terrence Rasmussen was an American serial killer who used many aliases in a crime spree that spanned decades. He died in prison in 2010 after being convicted in the 2002 murder of his common-law wife but has since become the prime suspect in the Bear Brook Murders. In our news section; - South Korean police believe that they have identified the man…
 
Douglas Clark and Carol Bundy were lovers who were accused, and subsequently, convicted of a series of murders in Los Angeles. This case is not as straight forward as many others have been. The pair came to police attention when Bundy called to confess to the decapitation murder of her lover John Murray. She had killed him after he had confronted h…
 
This week on Monsters Who Murder: Serial Killer Confessions we’re going to do something a little different and examine the death penalty, executions, last meals and those last minute confessions that sometimes occur. In our news section; Serious concerns have been raised in Australia with news a convicted child sexual predator is to be released for…
 
This week we continue our psychological profile on former Canadian Forces Colonel David Russell Williams. Ultimately Williams would be charged with two counts of first-degree murder, two counts of forcible confinement, two counts of breaking and entering, and sexual assault. This episode focuses on his crimes as revealed in his police interview. In…
 
This week we examine the twisted and sordid life and murders committed by former Canadian Forces Colonel David Russell Williams. Williams was arrested in 2010 following a nationwide manhunt after 27 year old Jessica Lloyd went missing. Tyre and shoe prints found at Lloyd’s home led police to Williams. During a marathon 10 hour interview with police…
 
On November 2, 1984 Fifty-two year old Margie Barfield, also known as Velma Barfield, was executed by lethal injection in North Carolina. She was the first woman to be executed in the United States since 1962. Her crimes? She had murdered six family members over a nine year period from1969 to 1978. This week we profile a Black Widow. In our news se…
 
This week on Monsters Who Murder: Serial Killer confessions we examine one of America’s worst known serial killers. The case, known as the Green River Killer remained unsolved for more than two decades until DNA advancements enabled suspect, Gary Ridgway, to be finally identified. In the news section: Police investigate possible serial killer after…
 
In the final episode of our special series looking into Charles Manson and the Manson Family we turn our attention to the trial and aftermath. The summer of love and hippie culture was about to be destroyed by the realisation that the murders were perpetrated by those who sprouted peace and love but it would not be an easy ride and there were be mo…
 
For those needing a break from our in-depth look at Charles Manson we present a bonus episode usually reserved for our Patreon subscribers. In episode 2 of Monsters Who Murder: Cold Case Collection we investigate a strange case, that has been referred to as the Yogtze case, and has gone down in infamy in Germany as one of their strangest cases to d…
 
In the penultimate episode of our look into the Manson Family you will hear an EXCLUSIVE recording of Charles Manson admitting to the deaths of more people. In this recording from prison he details where the bodies are buried and you will find out why these deaths have strong political ties. Also, we return our attention to the second night of kill…
 
This week we profile the mass killings known as the Tate and LaBianca murders. These were the murders of seven people that occurred over two nights in August, 1969. They are some of the most brutal and shocking murders to occur in American history. We’ll examine the testimony and interviews with the killers… and find out how they look back on the c…
 
As we inch closer to the infamous Tate and LaBianca murders in this special season on the Manson family, we must also examine the music that shaped Manson’s dogma as well as several other assaults and murders that are part of the bigger picture. Manson had a desire to be a rock star. He had learned guitar in prison from gangster Alvin “Creepy” Karp…
 
Recorded in front of a live audience at the Momento Mori Death Museum, this episode features a LIVE Q&A with the 'Serial Killer Whisperer' Amanda Howard. We also continue our examination of the Manson family by examining the different ways Manson has tackled each interviewer. We have talked about this a little on the podcast this season, but it’s f…
 
This week we continue our examination of the Manson family as we edge closer to those two August nights in 1969 where seven people were killed. In this episode our attention turns to killer Leslie Van Houten and the prosecution’s star witness and former Manson follower Linda Kasabian. In our news section: - A man has been arrested after allegedly o…
 
Our examination of the Manson family continues this week as we investigate the lives and lies of Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme and Charles “Tex” Watson. We spoke a little about Watson last week, but this week we look into his role in the murders and the Family, as well as Lynette Fromme – the woman who would attempt to assassinate a President and the wo…
 
**This is a bonus episode from our archives covering Ivan Milat, 'The Bapacker Murderer'. Milat is being treated for terminal cancer and does not have long to live. This episode was originally published on 19 May 2018. The Backpacker Murders gripped Australia like no other. Ivan Milat, the man convicted for killing seven people in the Belanglo Stat…
 
This week we continue our series on Charles Manson and the Manson family by examining one of the instrumental people in Manson’s life - Susan Atkins. To the world she was Susan Atkins but was known to Manson followers as Sadie May Glutz or Sexy Sadie. Manson's followers committed a series of nine murders at four locations in California over a perio…
 
Charles Manson was an American cult leader who formed what would become known as the Manson Family — a commune based in California. Manson had such influence over his followers they committed murder for him. In 1971 he was convicted of first degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder for the deaths of seven people. In this episode we continue ou…
 
To celebrate 1 million downloads Amanda & Robert are sharing episode 1 of the subscription-only series "Monsters: Cold Case Collection". This episode focuses on the mysterious deaths of Gilbert Bogle & Margaret Chandler. If you would like to continue hearing this series please go to https://www.patreon.com/MWMconfessions and subscribe to the $10 ti…
 
Charles Manson is one of the most infamous names in American history. 1967 had seen hippie culture take over in a revolutionary movement of peace and love in what became known as the Summer of Love. But just 2 years later in the underbelly of the sub-culture, another revolutionary movement was brewing and by August 1969 it exploded across the world…
 
The serial killer whisperer, Amanda Howard, brings us exclusive information on the condition of the Backpacker Killer Ivan Milat. Amanda is the source for the ABC's exclusive information airing across the nation tonight, information she has thanks to her relationship with Ivan's family. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/p…
 
Amanda brings her unique true crime insight to review the new Netflix film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile starring Zac Efron. What did the film get right and what was the big mistake producers made? Amanda has everything you need to know on how Efron's portrayal compared to the real-life Ted Bundy In our news section; Katheleen Folbigg …
 
This week we continue our psychological profile on HH Holmes. Born Herman Webster Mudgett he changed his name to Dr Henry Howard Holmes in order to appear of better stock. Besides being a serial killer, Holmes was also a con artist and a bigamist. in fact he was the subject of more than 50 lawsuits in Chicago alone. He was a monstrous killer who mu…
 
Herman Webster Mudgett is more commonly known as Dr Henry Howard Holmes, or HH Holmes. He was a monstrous killer who murdered, defrauded, and conned his way across America. His crimes were finally stopped when he was hanged for the murder of a friend in Philadelphia in 1896 at the age of 34. In our news section: Has Jack the Ripper finally been ide…
 
In the second part of this fascinating profile, we examine how Marc Dutroux was just a small part of a bigger peadophile ring involving powerful men who allegedly used their influencer to derail the investigation and discredit witnesses. Judges sacked, investigations abandoned led to 300,000 people protesting on the streets of Belgium and they stil…
 
Marc Dutroux is known as the Monster of Belgium. He was sentenced to prison for the murders of two teenage girls and two eight year olds. All of them had been abducted and kept at various properties owned by Dutroux. They suffered horrible abuse at the hands of their captor, but their stories are only the tip of the iceberg in a case that caused wi…
 
Dennis Nilsen was a Scotsman living in Britain who murdered 15 men over a four year period. The low ranking civil servant kept his victims’ bodies for days, often sleeping next to them, before finally disposing of them when they began to smell. He disposed of those bodies by either torching them or flushing them down the toilet. Keep listening righ…
 
Our psychological profile this week is on the horrifying rape, torture and murder of Anita Cobby on February 2, 1986. Anita was a young Sydney nurse who was walking home from the train station after a night out with friends. Her father would normally pick her up when she called, but the public payphone was broken. Her only choice was to walk the 1k…
 
This week we continue our psychological profile on Jeffrey Dahmer, an American serial killer and sex offender, who committed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of 17 men and boys from 1978 to 1991. Many of his later murders involved necrophilia, cannibalism, and the permanent preservation of body parts. You will hear the testimony that put Dahmer …
 
Our psychological profile this week is on sexual serial killer, necrophiliac and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer. Dahmer murdered at least seventeen men and boys in Milwaukee over 2 decades. He is considered one of the most heinous killers of all time. His calm and controlled demeanour during the court case and interviews belied the true nature of the mons…
 
**This episode contains a discussion about suicide** On the first anniversary of the death of her husband, Amanda talks about the impact his suicide has had on her life and the kids he left behind. Her insight will help bring new understanding to some famous cases where people have been taken unexpectedly. We also hear from people who lost their lo…
 
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