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Hello and welcome to I Could Murder A Podcast! Join good pals Tom and Ben as they make weekly deep dives into the mercilessly morbid, curiously creepy world of true crime. The boys will be exploring the who’s, how’s, what’s, where’s and why’s of all things strange and intriguing. From mass shootings to serial murderers, to tragic events and mysteries – they will pick apart each subject with their unorthodox commentary and bizarre references, looking into the Red Flags and Motives, as well as ...
 
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Josh Callinan is the Secretary of the Retail And Fast Food Workers' Union (RAFFWU); a young fighting union which represents thousands of overwhelmingly younger Australian workers in highly casualised and insecure industries. RAFFWU was set up in opposition to the right-wing "yellow" union the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association (the…
 
Tom and Ben return to Chicago for the series 3 finale - and what better case to bring the series to a close than the case of The Killer Clown: John Wayne Gacy? How was Gacy able to charm and manipulate his way through multiple allegations and arrests prior to his ultimate demise? Were there any clear and obvious red flags during his upbringing? Wha…
 
Tim Hollo is a former staffer for the Australian Greens, is the Greens candidate for the federal seat of Canberra and works as the Executive Director of the official Greens think tank, The Greens Institute. He's currently working on a book laying out his theory of "ecological politics"; a a self-organising democracy grounded in the natural world an…
 
Go to www.beer52.com/ICMAP and pay £5.95 postage to get your free 8 Craft Beers! Tom and Ben are back in the UK to discuss their first “killer couple” and, perhaps, their most high-profile case to date. It is, of course, the haunting case of The Moors Murders - Ian Brady and Myra Hindley: The Monsters of the Moors. Who carried more weight of respon…
 
Emma Dawson is an ALP member and a former adviser to the Rudd and Gillard governments on public broadcasting policy. These days she’s the Executive Director of the think tank Per Capita, “an independent, progressive think tank, dedicated to fighting inequality in Australia”. After very kindly providing me with a nice lunch, Emma explains where her …
 
Go to www.beer52.com/ICMAP and pay £5.95 postage to get your free 8 Craft Beers! Swampy and Skully sink their teeth into their very first murder mystery as Ben and Tom take a deep dive into, arguably, the most fascinating and highly divisive true crime case of all time - it is, of course, the mystery surrounding The Murder of Jonbenét Ramsey... Was…
 
Tom and Ben are back in California! This time, they immerse themselves into the online world of incels, exploring the brutal 2014 Isla Vista Killings conducted by “The King of The Incels” - Elliot Rodger... How were the warning signs not spotted in any of Rodger’s multiple forum posts and YouTube videos? At which point did Rodger’s life take such a…
 
Jonathan Biggins is a legendary Australian satirist, actor and writer, who is currently performing his one-man show The Gospel According To Paul - a theatrical biography of the reforming Labor Treasurer and Prime Minister, Paul Keating. I asked Jonathan about his thoughts on Keating's complicated legacy - the good and the bad - and how his (often a…
 
This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and I Could Murder A Podcast listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/ICMAP It only took 20 Episodes, but Tom and Ben have finally arrived in Australia. This week, the boys are exploring one of the grizzliest crime scenes Australia (and the rest of the world, for that matter) has ever seen. I…
 
It’s Hollywood Nights and Beverly Hills this week for Tom and Ben as they explore the (to this day) highly divisive 1989 case of The Menendez Brothers: Erik and Lyle Menendez. Did Erik and Lyle truly act alone? What pushed the brothers to commit such an unimaginable acts on their own parents? How were the brothers lies about mob involvement so quic…
 
Richie Merzian is the Director of the Climate & Energy Program at The Australia Institute. With Australia embarrassing itself on the global stage when it comes to setting actual reduction targets that might actually do something, this was a great chance to check in with where the climate debate is at. Richie lays out just how lacking our commitment…
 
This week, Tom and Ben dive deep into the life and unimaginable crimes of Jimmy Savile - a man who, in life, raised tens of millions of pounds for charity whilst captivating the hearts of a nation during his glittering career with the BBC. In death, however, this all appeared to be a front for decades of shocking abuse on the nation’s most vulnerab…
 
This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and I Could Murder A Podcast listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/ICMAP A late summer’s night in 1960’s Chicago is the scene for Tom and Ben, this week; as they unpick the astonishing life (and prison “afterlife”) of Richard Speck. A man believing himself to be so bad, that he had the wor…
 
Hello! Sorry for the radio silence - I have been busy being too hot for TV and annoying Andrew Bolt. Apologies. This week's ep is a slice of a conversation I had with socialist councillor Stephen Jolly and Leftist intellectuals (and previous LIASYO guests) Alison Pennington, Jeff Sparrow and Guy Rundle for Stephen's new podcast, Melbourne Calling. …
 
Tom and Ben are BACK for another instalment of I Could Murder A Podcast - this week, the boys turn their attentions to the extremely dark Chris Benoit Family Murders (double-murder, suicide). Did Benoit pre-plan and coordinate the sequence of murders or did he act in a blind rage? What innocuous substances were found in Benoit and his family’s syst…
 
This week, Tom and Ben return to England in order to cover their third “whole-lifer” in the form of the deeply sinister ‘Grindr Killer’: Stephen Port. Were all of Port’s victims accidental and simply in the wrong place at the wrong time? What obvious (and numerous) red flags did East London police clearly ignore? For what reason did Port have so ma…
 
Samantha Maiden is an award-winning journalist who's currently the political editor at news.com.au. In February, she broke the story of Brittany Higgins' alleged rape in Parliament House in 2019, which has since sent shockwaves through Canberra and the Australian political class. I wanted to ask Sam about what's really been going on over the past c…
 
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