This week, the gals discuss Stockholm Syndrome (a condition from which Dan most likely suffers #ProposeDan) over a bottle of Spellbound Petite Sirah. Cases include an heiress turned “freedom fighter,” an Austrian modern-day Cinderella who got fed up with chores, and the ultimate nightmare-fuel… The Girl in the Box. So loosen your restraints, convince your captor to roam for a bit, and tune in!
This week, the gals swap stories about real-life axe murders. Cases include an ultra-violent and still unsolved incident in rural Iowa, a paranoid sea captain and his ill-fated crew, and a truly bizarre attempted-homicide-turned-morning-ritual (which also happens to be the genesis for this podcast). The topic is paired with Tinedo Cala N.1 Tempranillo blend, so pour a glass, lock the shed, activate your home security system, and settle in for Axe Murders.
This week, the gals go over the finer points of how and why killers kill, and the most odd modi operandi (M.O.s). Cases include an Indonesian spit-sucking medicine man with a very fertile sugarcane field and a soldier with major mommy issues and a thing for singers. Paired with Gran Passione Rosso Veneto, this episode will make you feel a lot better about your own bizarre habits.
This week, the gals speculate why and how thousands of people go missing every day. Topics include a demographic breakdown, some really shitty laws, a seriously mysterious house fire, and a well-off DA with entirely too many possible reasons for vanishing. The topic is paired with Witness Tree Viognier, so grab a glass, check in with your mom, enable your phone’s location services, and settle in for Missing Persons.
This week, the gals examine the modern phenomenon of catfishing. Topics include a lonely football star, a sniper with a chip on his shoulder, a bunch of fake suicides, a literal ghost, and a whole lotta Nev. This episode is paired with Predator Cabernet Sauvignon, so set your away status, pick up a glass, admit you’re not an eighteen-year-old blonde, and tune in(cognito) for Catfishing Crimes.