This week, the gals navigate the gray world of murder victims who may have had it coming. Topics include a famous gospel singer who wasn’t exactly a saint, a snowball fight turned fatal, and the many ways in which Stand Your Ground Laws go wrong. Pour a glass of Winc’s Debts and Lessons Riesling, get the hell off your neighbor’s wall, grab a broom for good measure, and tune in for Justifiable Homicide.
This week, the gals examine some crimes that may not have been solved had it not been for some radical new technologies. Topics include innovated autopsies, a violent man with poor penmanship, and a Super Bowl party turned deadly. Pick up a bottle of Salton’s Evidence Brut Chardonnay, pour yourself a bowl of STRmix, do not trust your car, and tune in for Game-Changing Evidence.
This week, the gals examine the ways and reasons criminals earn infamous aliases. Topics include pop psychology and the press, a prolific west-coast terrorist, and a well-mannered Brit who just wanted to find the perfect roommate. Pick up a bottle of NickName Cabernet Sauvignon, purchase a genealogy kit, do NOT speak to your neighbor, and tune in for Killer Nicknames.
This week, the gals dissect some gory cases in bits and pieces. Topics include historically bloody deaths by elephants, an alleged motivation by marijuana, and a decadent autumnal supper. Grab a bottle of Winc’s Far & Wide Frappato, sharpen your knives, report your missing mother, and tune in for Dismemberment Crimes.
This week, the gals make the ultimate commitment before their friends and family. Topics include the psychology behind bridezillas, a young wife with a terrible coverup, and a woman with her eyes on the unborn prize. Engage a bottle of Winc’s Pretty Young Thing Sauvignon Blanc, pare down your guest list, double-check that ultrasound, and tune in for Bride Crimes.