This week, the gals examine a couple of extraordinary cases involving technology that we sometimes take for granted. Topics include a pill bottle with an invisible clue, a solo sock, and the history of mugshots. Bust open a bottle of the Gals’ Rosé, rethink your screen name, and tune in for Forensic Photography.
This week, the gals rant about some cases of lazy detective work with lethal consequences. Topics include murky details about a quick shootout, a rapist who exploits power dynamics, and a whole bunch of really terrible ways to die. Pick up a pack of Bent Paddle Brewing’s Venture Pilsner, be glad you weren’t born in the Middle Ages, and tune in for Wrongful Executions.
This week, the gals sniff out some odd canine capers. Topics include one very bad handler, the world-famous decomposition odor analysis database, and a suspicious trail of hair. Fill your bowl with Winc’s Honey Beast Chardonnay, sit, staaay, and tune in for Dog Crimes.
This month, the gals test the gods when it comes to incantations and execrations. Topics include the cursed day of April 15th, reasons why you should really just leave that Egyptian tomb alone, and the effects of the first “Red Scare” in America. Pop open a bottle of Winc’s Invoke Sauvignon Blanc, invest in your local newspaper, and tune into Criminal Curses.
This week, the gals take a drive to another Midwest state to chat about some indiscretions in Indiana. Topics include a very devious mother-son relationship, some murderous mean girls, and way too many possible origins of the state’s nickname. Open a bottle of Sip and Share Winery’s Intention Riesling, take away your brother’s crossbow, and tune in for Hoosier Daddy Crimes.