This week, the gals talk gangs, mobs, and the many ways in which group mentality can get violent. Cases include the dark side of Indian public transportation, a relatively fruitless mass mugging, and some fatally good Black Friday deals. This topic is paired with Tons de Duorum red blend, so pour a glass, stay away from Walmart, and tune in for Mob Mentality Murders.
In Part Two, the gals get into the cases of a couple of real-life Angels of Death: nurse “Jolly Jane” Toppan and Nazi monster Josef Mengele, plus a few “doc-tators,” including one former ophthalmologist who turned out to be a big fan of chemical weapons. This episode is paired with Whispering Angel Rosé, so grab a bottle and try not to drink the entire liter in one sitting. (Or do, we don’t judge.)
This week, the gals are joined by Dr. Partha Nandi, MD (Verified Non-Murderer & Health Hero) to chat Angels of Death (aka Doctors Who Kill). And bonus! This topic is going to be a Two-Parter! Part 1 dissects the difference between what some might consider “an act of mercy” and straight-up homicide, a line that seemed prrrretty blurry pre-WWII. Dr. Nandi also answers some (supes inapprope) fan questions, and we get a glimpse of The Good Doctor from Detroit’s musical tastes. This two-part episode is paired with Whispering Angel Rosé, so grab a bottle and try not to drink the entire liter in one sitting. (Or do, we don’t judge.)
This week, the gals get into exorcising (and not the healthy kind). Topics include exorcism rituals from around the world, cool popes, an exceptionally unfortunate Romanian orphan, and why burying yourself alive is never wise. This week’s episode is paired with Santa Elvira Pinot Grigio (we hear a bottle of white wine a day keeps the demons at bay), so put down your torch, grab a bottle (and a rosary), and tune in.
This week, the gals break down what’s behind a psychotic break. Topics include a synthetic-pot-head, a pathetic virgin with a god complex, and a dangerous big brother (with great eyebrows). This week’s episode is paired with the budget-friendly Twisted Old Vine Zinfandel, so break a ten to buy a bottle, and wash it all down with some antipsychotic meds!