MURDERISH is a true crime podcast that delves into true stories of murder, disappearances and other creepy events. Also featured on the podcast are in-depth interviews with high-profile people in the true crime community. This podcast will take you on a deep-dive journey through interesting cases, beginning the date of the crime and ending with the courtroom verdict. If you are fascinated by true crime, and all that embodies the genre, this podcast will appeal to you. Listening to this podcast doesn't make you a murderer, it just means you're murder-ish.
At 61 years old, Wendy DiRodio’s life was just getting started. An accomplished author, therapist and
dance instructor, she was ready to excel in the only part of life where success had escaped her: love.
She’d begun dating a handsome younger man; there was even talk of marriage. She was closing escrow
on a home near the beach outside of Santa Barbara, California. Wendy loved people―and they loved her
back. So when Wendy was stabbed to...
The American Justice System was created, in part, to ensure that all Americans get fair and impartial
administration of justice. But, the system is by no means perfect and sometimes the wrong person is
convicted of a serious crime. But what happens when a person is sentenced to death and years later, new
evidence is brought to light that casts doubt on their guilt? Lester Bower Jr. maintained his innocence for
decades and then, new wit...
When a family’s financial situation drastically improves, temptation can lurk around every corner. And
sometimes, outward appearances completely obscure a less glamorous reality. Chris Foster of
Lancashire, England had known a working-class lifestyle for most of his adulthood. In 1997, though,
fortune suddenly smiled upon him. At 39 years old, following a monumental tragedy, Foster invented and
patented a product that would revolutioni...
I'm excited to introduce you to Love Murder, a podcast about jilted lovers, murderous marriages and love gone fatally wrong. Hosted by best friends Jessie Pray and Andie Cassette, Love Murder tells stories with in-depth research, focuses on cases and details you might not have heard elsewhere, and has just enough humor to provide levity alongside the gory details. Some of their recent cases include: A PTA mom with a murderous e...
On the evening of January 4th, 2019 in San Antonio Texas, a 911 came in from a man saying that
someone had stolen his car with his infant son inside. The man, Chris Davila, said he’d pulled into the
parking lot of a Food Mart. He left the car engine running and went inside to get a bottle of water. When
he came out, his vehicle and his son were gone. Sadly, the baby boy’s body was found buried under a
bridge. Three people were arrested...
Pat Tillman was a star in his hometown of San Jose, California. He was an accomplished and envied
athlete who led his high school team to a Central Coast Division I Football Championship, even after
being told he was too small to play football. But Pat wasn’t a stereotypical high school jock. He loved to
read poetry and had an insatiable thirst for knowledge. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Pat would find
himself on the battlefield f...
Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime deep dives into cases involving a more rare type of criminal, women who commit financial crimes. In season one, host Jami Rice of MURDERISH podcast takes listeners on a journey to investigate Mary Carole McDonnell, a self-proclaimed heiress and the CEO of a TV production company based in Los Angeles. In 2018, with help from her high-profile Hollywood attorney, Mary Carole secured a $15...
When feelings for another person run deep, people are often inclined to see the best in that person. It’s
not uncommon for unsettling behavior to be excused rather than seeing it as a warning sign and acting on
it. But this idealism can put someone in harm’s way without them realizing it until it’s much too late. When
Nicole Montalvo went missing in October 2019, investigators quickly learned that a lot was going on in her
Optimists have a tendency to see the best in people, sometimes to their own detriment. According to
Healthline, an individual’s calling to fix other peoples’ problems is referred to by psychologists as a savior
complex or white knight syndrome. A savior complex would explain the unlikely friendship between
Ashley Young and her friend who had a troubling past. Ashley often saw the best in people and believed
her positive influence could...
Clara and David Harris were approaching their 10th wedding anniversary. She was a dentist, he was an
orthodontist and they’d built a small dental empire together. The couple were a perfect match with shared
views about how they wanted to live life. The Harris’ had created an existence that most people would
envy. After a decade together, however, their relationship dynamic shifted. Clara noticed that her husband
had been distancing him...
Since the 1880s, immigrants from all over the globe have arrived in the United States hoping to attain a
better quality of life, the American Dream. Like so many immigrants before them, Lily and Ben Chin
wanted their son Vincent to have more opportunities than he may have had in their native China. In the
1970s and 1980s, however, tensions were high between Japanese and American automobile
manufacturers, and that discord extended beyon...
When an alternative medicine doctor was found bludgeoned to death in her Bonita Springs, Florida home
in the summer of 2015, friends and neighbors worried a burglar was on the loose, looking for his next
random victim. Detectives with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office told the public that Dr. Teresa Sievers had
been bashed in the back of the head after returning home early from a trip with her husband and two
daughters. An online sleuth ...
Dirk and May Greineder were both highly educated and successful. They had been married for over three
decades and had three brag-worthy children. The Greineders’s life seemed ideal to everyone around
them until one day, it wasn’t. A secret life would be revealed and lead to a potential motive for the brutal
murder of Mabel “May” Greineder.
Check us out: Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami. The websit...
In Part 1 of this case, we left off with the prosecution concluding their case at Adnan’s second trial. The
State called numerous witnesses to testify. One of the most notable was Abe Warnowitz, an AT&T
Engineer who testified regarding cell phone calls made from and received on Adnan’s cell phone, which
was in Jay’s possession on the day Hae went missing. The jury also heard from the State’s star witness,
Jay Wilds, who testified t...
In January of 1999, an 18 year high school student mysteriously vanished after school. Four weeks later,
her body was found in a shallow grave in a nearby wooded park. An arrest was made and the suspect
was eventually convicted of her murder. When it happened, this tragic story barely made the local papers,
let alone the national news. 14 years later, after becoming the subject of the most downloaded podcast on
record, the case became ...
Daydreaming about coming into a sudden windfall is probably something we’ve all done. We let our minds
wander for a brief moment, thinking of all the things we’d accomplish if it happened, and how happy we
would be having received such a rare treat. Who would you share the money with if it happened to you?
Your family, a stranger in need …your best friend? It’s a happy thought, but sometimes the reality can be
much darker because money...
I would like to introduce you to Sinisterhood, a true crime comedy podcast that covers all things creepy and gives you the deep dives and thorough research you want. Best friends and long time comedians Christie Wallace and Heather McKinney cover things like serial killers, disappearances, cults, cryptids, and even do legal deep dives into things like the Britney Spears conservatorship and the legal drama surrounding Erika Girardi ...
Relationships oftentimes seem fine, even loving, when viewing them from the outside. It’s difficult to know
what may be going on behind closed doors. For one woman, her relationship began this way, with mostly
everyone thinking she’d found a man whose future value would allow them to lead a very charmed life.
Not long after they began dating, cracks in the relationship began to surface. Soon, people close to the
couple observed disturb...
When the news broke in September 2014 that 43 students went missing outside Iguala, Mexico, everyone
was baffled. How could dozens of people simply vanish? In the hours leading up to the disappearance,
the students had left the rural town of Ayotzinapa to attend a Mexico City protest. The case, referred to as
the Ayotzinapa 43, received international press coverage and brought to light some stark realities about
Mexico. What led to the...
They say blood is thicker than water. But what happens when that blood bond is exploited by someone
who seems to be a narcissist? In this episode of MURDERISH, we’re exploring a twisted case involving
two cousins whose trail of violence impacted four generations of their wealthy family and reached an
explosive conclusion in the summer of 1985.
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