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The Living Dead Girls Broadcasting from Buffalo's own Think Twice Radio, The Living Dead Girls is a podcast that covers true crime, unsolved mysteries, the paranormal, and generally spooky and bizarre topics. We're just two #murderino #paranerds who want to talk it up. You can reach us at livingdeadgirlspodcast@gmail.com and can follow along with our updates and news at Facebook.com/livingdeadgirlspodcast
 
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True Crime Recaps

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True Crime Recaps

Amy Townsend, Chris Nathan & Studio71

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Sleep with one eye open; your significant other probably wants to kill you! Can’t get enough of love, lust and lunacy crimes? Every Wednesday, husband and wife duo Chris Nathan and Amy Townsend (hosts of YouTube’s MOST VIEWED video about Chris Watts mistress!) are bringing you TWICE the crime in HALF the time. Every episode gives you all the facts, plus the fascinating details you crave, in less than an hour! True Crime Recaps is the speed dating of podcasts. If someone died at the end. Ain’ ...
 
MURDER DICTIONARY {mer-der dik-she-ner-e} : a humorous discussion between true crime fanatics : an exploration of multiple cases based on the weekly topic, following the letter sequence of the alphabet : a great excuse for the podcast hosts to call their morbid curiosities "research"
 
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Are a series of accidental drownings actually the work of a cabal of killers? This week, Amy and Chris bring you the cases collectively known as the Smiley Face Murders, but there is not universal consensus that all these men dying in similar fashions is the work of killers. Chris and Amy walk you through the evidence that point to a gang of killer…
 
Three women disappeared without a trace in Springfield, Missouri on June 7, 1992 and investigators have been baffled ever since. This week, Amy and Chris detail all of the evidence left behind and explain why there have been many leads, but no prime suspect after several decades. Suzanne "Suzie" Streeter, Stacy McCall, and Sherrill Levitt went miss…
 
In 1987, a former prosecutor named Margaret Coon took her dog for a walk in one of Louisiana’s safest and most affluent parishes. The next morning, she was found dead on the side of the road with a single stab wound in her back. St. Tammany Parish advertises itself as a safe haven from the crime and corruption of New Orleans, attracting thousands o…
 
In 2001, the Chandra Levy case captured the entire nation and brought lots of unwanted attention on congressman Gary Condit, which many believed to be responsible for Chandra's disappearance. Even though it's been 2 decades since we first heard of Chandra's mysterious vanishing, Amy and Chris bring you recent developments in the case, as well as ca…
 
The Zodiac Killer began his killing spree in the 1960s in Northern California, killing at least 5 people, potentially as many as 37. And despite calling in the murders and leaving taunting letters and codes for police and newspapers, he has never been caught. This week, Amy and Chris bring you up to speed on the bombshell news dropped by a group of…
 
Ever since the release of "The Jinx" on HBO, the Robert Durst case has been thrust into the public light. And although that documentary series gave a good overview of the case, there are still a lot of developments since its release that Amy and Chris will catch you up on. Robert Durst comes from an extremely wealthy family, which might explain why…
 
What's your biggest fear? This week, Amy and Chris discuss a few horrifying cases that have contributed to their real-life fears. First, Chris details a case he has a personal connection with, the disappearance of Etan Patz, a 6-year-old boy who disappeared in Manhattan, in the neighborhood where Chris grew up. Etan was taken at some point when he …
 
Chances are that you've probably made a purchase on Amazon.com based on a glowing review. But sometimes those reviews hide something sinister. This week, Amy and Chris talk you through the terrifying case of Todd Kohlhepp, otherwise known as the Amazon Review Killer due to him leaving reviews on the popular commerce site for items that he used to m…
 
This week, Amy and Chris profile 3 women who were all convicted of murdering their own children in gruesome fashion. In the first case, Chris discusses the murder of 5-year-old Damon Routier in 1996. Darlie Routier, Damon's mother, called 911 claiming that someone broke in and stabbed her and her children. But several inconsistencies led to Darlie …
 
Spooky Season has arrived, and so has our annual Halloween Homecoming series. Episode #54 is part 1: Halloween in Snakeland, and we are very excited to present this special episode - that features guests Jason Gusmann and Aaron O'Brian, the hosts of the podcast Return to Snakeland: www.returntosnakeland.com…
 
A bent car key, high heels, and an unidentified palm print, these were some of the things left behind in a parking lot when Jodi Huisentruit disappeared on June 27, 1995. In 2001, she was declared legally dead, and to this day, the case still remains unsolved. Jodi was a popular local news anchor in Mason City, Iowa when she was taken. This week, A…
 
Spooky season has arrived, and we are ready to go big or go home. So for October, we have 3 special episodes in store - starting with episode #53, that we recorded with a very special guest: Anna, aka Anatomy. You can follow Anatomy's adventures with her Hearse, Memento Mori, on Instagram: @morithehearse, and keep up with Anatomy herself: @modeling…
 
If you've watched the recent iteration of the "Candyman" film, you might've been intrigued by the post-credits scene involving cryptic animations. Well, as you may have guessed, there are some truly horrendous true crime stories showcased, and Amy and Chris do a deep dive so you don't have to. The first case is of 14-year-old George Stinney, who be…
 
Adam Walsh was abducted , which ultimately inspired his father John Walsh to dedicate his life to finding missing people, most famously through the show "America's Most Wanted." In 2008, Ottis Elwood Toole was named as Adam Walsh's killer, but could a notorious serial killer/cannibal be the true culprit? This week, Amy and Chris detail the evidence…
 
You may think you know everything there is about the dark side of Hollywood, but this week, Amy and Chris bring you 10 detailed stories of shocking celebrity misdeeds that have slipped past your radar. Armie Hammer, Tim Allen, Bruno Mars and Will Smith are just some of the celebrities that (allegedly) committed horrendous crimes that are profiled i…
 
Beloved actress Brittany Murphy died suddenly at the age of 32 in December 2009. 5 months later, her husband Simon Monjack died of the exact same causes. Although it's been over 2 decades since her death, a whirlwind of mystery still surrounds Brittany's death. Her official cause of death was natural, but not everyone is so sure. This week, Amy bre…
 
The real estate market is hard enough without a malevolent neighbor who's been sending threatening messages for over 100 years. This week, Amy and Chris discuss the mystery of The Watcher, a supposed family who has been keeping guard of a Westfield, New Jersey home for over a century. Derek and Maria Broaddus purchased the home in 2014, and that's …
 
Amy and Chris would like to bring you an exciting new podcast surrounding the Theranos controversy called "Bad Blood." Bad Blood will focus on the trial of Elizabeth Holmes, founder of the now defunct blood testing startup, Theranos. Hosted by Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist, John Carreyrou, whose reporting for The Wall Street Journal first uncov…
 
NXIVM has spawned multiple documentaries and specials that recount the multitude of horrors that enigmatic leader Keith Raniere and former Smallville actress Allison Mack had perpetrated against its members. This week, Amy and Chris dive even deeper into this cult disguised as a self-improvement group. You'll hear exclusive recorded sessions, inclu…
 
Three 8-year-old boys, Steve Branch, Michael Moore and Christopher Byers, went missing one night in May 1993 in West Memphis. Police ultimately found their bodies in a creek near the Robin Hood Hills, the area where they were last seen. 3 teenagers were subsequently arrested and spent decades in jail, one on death row. Jessie Misskelley, Jr., Jason…
 
You might've heard the Wondery podcast or seen the Peacock series about "Dr. Death," but is there more to the story? This week, Chris brings you even more details surrounding the infamous doctor who has been charged with killing 2 patients and maiming several others, earning him that chilling moniker. Dr. Christopher Duntsch was a promising spinal …
 
Episode #51: recorded at the Daily Planet Coffee Cafe, as part of the 2021 Buffalo Infringement Festival! Special thanks to; Daily Planet for hosting us - http://www.dailyplanetcoffee.com. Also, huge thanks to Patrick Keller and The Big Seance Podcast, for mentioning us during episode #192: https://bigseance.com/2021/07/30/192-how-witchcraft-saved-…
 
Female serial killers are rare, but that doesn't mean they're any less vicious. This week, Amy and Chris profile 3 of the most incredible cases involving serial killers of the fairer sex. In the first story, Chris details Delphine LaLaurie, who was a sadistic murderer and torturer from New Orleans. She was a wealthy and well-connected woman who car…
 
This week, Amy and Chris bring you 8 stories surrounding the final words of infamous death row inmates. Did you know that one killer's last statement inspired Nike's motto of "Just do it"? Or that notorious female serial killer Aileen Wuornos claimed she would resurrect and return right before she was about to be executed? Or that one inmate got hu…
 
Fred West left his wife for Rosemary Letts, starting a chain of horror that would only stop with the help of their own children. This week, Chris and Amy detail Fred and Rose West's reign of terror in which they killed at least 12 victims, all young women, and becoming some of the most infamous English serial killers. Fred and Rose both assaulted v…
 
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