Each week we discuss what's new in our lives, we discuss craft beers from around the world, read listeners' answers to our Questions of the Week and do deep dives into stories involving true crime, unsolved mysteries, disappearances, paranormal, aliens and so much more! Exploring the dark side of humanity...with beer!!
In this week's episode, Kat tells us about two urban legends out of Texas - The Alligator Man and The Candy Lady. Blurring the line between what was real and what was just the imagination of local folks, it's easy to see how these two stories got as big as they did way back when. Tune in and explore the dark side of humanity with us!
In this episode Ashley discusses the Soham murders of 10 year old best friends Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. This case was solved in an interesting manner that we hadn't heard of before! After the story we discuss a little bit more about the forensics of botany and ecology! Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity.
In this episode, Kat tells us all about Dr. Linda Hazzard - a "fasting doctor" without a medical degree who practiced what she believed was a cure-all treatment: fasting for weeks or months, giving enemas for hours every day, and massaging her patients like she was kneading dough for bread. Needless to say, she racked up a couple of dozen deaths in her care, had those patients sign over whatever fortunes they had left, an...
Trigger warnings for this episode: Rape; gruesome descriptions of deaths
Everyone has heard of serial killers like Ted Bundy. Handsome, charming, the type of guy no one would expect to be a serial killer…that’s exactly how many would describe John Norman Collins. John’s killing spree would happen seven years before Ted Bundy. John would become known as the Michigan Murderer, the Ypsilanti Ripper and the Co-Ed Killer.
In this episode we have a special guest. Amanda McLauchlin with the Bay Area Alliance for Youth and Families discusses the importance of helping young adults who are facing trauma, drug addictions, alcohol addictions and more. She discusses red flags to look for, apps to watch out for, organizations that can help, positive coping skills and so much more. We really try to talk about how we as a whole can help these young adults that...
Tune in to hear Kat tell us all about Mexico's very "first" serial killer who was caught in 2005. You are reading that right, folks! Kat does a deep dive into La Mataviejitas (Sp. "The Little Old Lady Killer") sentenced to 759 years in prison for the killing of 16 elderly women. She was, however, said to have killed anywhere from 16 to 60 elderly women between the years on 1998 to 2005. (Dates and victim nu...
Morgan Nick was just 6 years old when disappeared from a little league baseball field in 1988 and was never seen or heard from again. To this day her case remains unsolved, however, her mother has never given up hope. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity.
It's our 4 year anniversary! Ashley retells her very first story she ever did that includes more details and updates than the first time around! In this episode we cover the missing case of Kathy Stobaugh, the wife of Charles Stobaugh that mysteriously disappeared on day before their divorce was final.
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In this episode, Kat covers what some call Ireland's Most Haunted Castle: Leap Castle. Said to have been built sometime between 1250 and the early 1500s on ancient Druid ceremonial land, this location has its fair share of murder and despair. Now occupied by a musician, his wife, and quite a few spirits, Leap Castle opens its doors to visitors and paranormal investigators. Tune in as we explore the dark side of humanity - with...
In this week's episode Ashley discusses the real life horror film that led to the murder of Randi Lee Trimble. We also discuss the organizations that Randi's mother has created in her honor. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity.
This week, Kat tells the story of The Moors Murders, a killing spree carried out by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley between July 1963 and October 1965 in and around Manchester, England. Their five victims, all children, were Pauline Reade, John Kilbride, Keith Bennett, Lesley Ann Downey, and Edward Evans—aged between 10 and 17, at least four of whom were sexually assaulted.
This is a big story, for sure. Tune in while we explore the dark...
In this episode Ashley discusses the October 11, 1993 disappearance of Stephanie Crane, who was last seen only 500 yards from her home. Over 1000 people searched for her and her case remains open to this day.
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This week, Kat talks about Dr. Christopher Duntsch -- or, as he is more commonly called now, "Dr. Death." In a two short years, Duntsch left a trail of destruction and death in his wake. It was a total system failure - from his medical school to the hospitals that employed him. But there were doctors, nurses, and patients who spoke up until they HAD to be listened to.
List of references are here - but there's so much...
Look guys--- you know I can't pronounce words correctly most of the time. It's not intentional, it's just how it is. ~Ashley
In this week's episode Ashley discusses Oak Island and the mystery back story of supposed buried pirate treasure. The island is said to be cursed and will only reveal the treasure once 7 men die. 6 have died so far. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity.
In this week's episode, Kat and Ashley didn't give me a description, so the producer is g-g-ghost writing for them! I think this episode is about the Shanley Hotel, which sounds like a Walmart version of the Stanley Hotel, doesn't it? (That's the hotel that inspired Stephen King to write The Shining.) Note to Millenials - watch The Shining. It's totally worth it. Or don't. I don't care.
This week's episode covers all kinds of crazy crimes that were committed on Halloween throughout the years. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity!
This week's episode is coming in late due to unforeseen technical issues, but that makes Case Files with Kat & Ashley, Case Files with Kat & Ashley!! We apologize that part of the episode is not included - especially the answers to Kat's QOTW - since there were 79!! But we can revisit those in the next episode.
But most importantly, Melissa touched on a lot of great and sobering information - and we will...
In this week's episode Ashley discusses the folklore of the Mothman. You may be familiar with the Mothman Prophecies film and this is the backstory. Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity!
In this week's episode, Kat covers the story of Michelle Shelley Knotek who is known for abusing her children and torturing and killing her friends. She is rightfully referred to as "America's Most Evil Mom". Join us as we explore the dark side of humanity.
In this week's episode Ashley discusses the bleeding house of Atlanta, Georgia and all of the craziness that followed suit in 1987. The case remains unsolved to this day.
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