Judgy Crime Girls

Judgy Crime Girls

Enter the dark corners of true crime with the Judgy Crime Girls podcast! Join Andrea & Claudia in side-eyeing the criminals and anyone who stands in the way of justice. With wit, humor, and a splash of snark, we'll dissect each crime with judgy flair. So, grab your favorite snacks & cocktail (or mocktail - we don't judge you!), and let's dive headfirst into the world of true crime, one sassy comment at a time! Subscribe today and join Judgy After Dark on Fridays! Stay sassy, stay judgy, and remember, justice never looked so good on you!

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April 26, 2024 28 mins

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FINAL EPISODE! On December 23, 2006, 18 year old Ryan Waller and his girlfriend Heather Quan were enjoying an evening together, but by Christmas Eve one of them would be dead. Police shook their heads, at another case of what they were sure was domestic violence. Or was it? This horrifying case was so badly mishandled...

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Today’s case is one of the most bizarre in Germany’s crime history. 

It’s June 2006 and Germany is hosting the World Cup, with millions of people out and about watching the games. 

On June 20th, Frauke Liebs, 21, disappeared without a trace after walking home from an Irish Pub in downtown Paderborn. What’s so disturbing about this, is that Frauke still sent mysterious text messages and called almost every day for a week, before they ...

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"I realize now that he was right when he said our battles would continue until one of us was dead."

These are the words from a betrayed wife whose husband seemed to be as bent on her destruction as she was determined to get him back from another woman who took him away.

Betty Broderick’s life became notorious due to a highly publicized case in the late 1980s. She was married to Dan...

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Rod Ferrell was introduced to a game that invaded his mind. A game that would actually blur the lines of reality for him, and he would go on to believe that he was in fact a 500 year old vampire. But Rod wasn’t alone with this new found persona. His newfound blood lines would make him a cult leader in which he was willing to do anything to protect and provide for them.  

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Danish engineer and mad inventor Peter Masden was intriguing to Swedish journalist Kim Wall. He was inspiring to many and well known for his rockets, space lab, and multiple submarines. But her story of a lifetime turned into making headlines in a very different way that she had expected. Peter secretly plotted to get her alone, under the ocean, and then reveal who he really was.

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Today’s episode is wild. We’re talking about Charles "Smitty" Schmid, a charismatic sociopath who compensated for his below average height by stuffing his cowboy boots with rags and crushed beer cans, wore pancake makeup, and sported a fake beauty mark on one cheek. He murdered three teenaged girls and buried their bodies in the desert outside of his hometown, Tucson, Arizona. 



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Laura Parker was a quiet 14 year old girl, who lived with her parents in Lindenhurst, New York. She had been in choir, active in church, and a softball player at her high school. She disappeared on May 25, 1984, but most people believed that she was a runaway. Laura’s parents knew better and wondered where she was, searching everywhere. Four months later, her remains were discovered a few miles from her famil...

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In June of 1988, 23-year old Philip Fraser started his trek from Anchorage, Alaska to Olympia, Washington - where he was set to start his pre med classes at Evergreen State College. However, a week after he left, his vehicle was found abandoned and set on fire at a car wash in Prince George, British Columbia… and Philip was nowhere to be found…



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Not long after Robert Spangler learned he was dying of cancer, detectives came knocking at his door on the chance he had something he might want to get off his chest before the end came.

And he didn’t disappoint them.

Spangler matter-of-factly admitted killing his family in 1978 and pushing his third wife, Donna, to her death at the Grand Canyon 15 years later. The death of his second wife, Sharon, was ruled as...

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Hannah Upp, a 23-year-old middle-school teacher in New York City has disappeared three times. The first time was in August 2008 in New York City, where she was found floating in the Hudson River almost three weeks after she went missing. She was suffering from a rare form of amnesia called dissociative fugue. The second time was in September 2013 in Kensington, Maryland, where she went missing for two days an...

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On Easter Sunday, 1937, Robert Irwin, a talented and very disturbed young sculptor, who had been in and out of mental hospitals for years, committed a horrific triple murder in the fashionable Manhattan neighborhood of Beekman Hill. The victims were Veronica Gedeon, a beautiful true crime magazine model, her mother Mary, both strangled to death, and a male boarder, Frank Byrnes, stabbed eleven times with an icepick while he slept. ...

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 A father’s love knows no bounds. 
André Bamberski would have moved heaven and earth for his daughter Kalinka....a fact that became clear after her mysterious death.

Kalinka Bamberski suddenly died in July 1982 while living with her mother, Danielle, and stepfather, Dr. Dieter Krombach, at Lake Constance in southern Germany. She was found in her bed one morning with needle marks on her arms and an injury t...

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Gallaudet University located in Washington DC, the only four-year school for the deaf and hearing-impaired in the ENTIRE WORLD, has a grim history. Just four weeks into the fall semester in 2000, a murder quietly took place, or so it seemed. The close knit campus was terrified and the language barrier created chaos between police, media, and the community. When students returned to campus after winter break, ...

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Katie Collman was a 10 year old girl that went missing in January of 2005 from Crothersville, IN. Five days later, she was found floating in nearby Lake Cyprus. After months of searching for her killer,  a rather unusual suspect was convicted. Years later, behind prison walls, the monster would be reminded of what he did in a surprising act of revenge. 

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The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of Australia’s most famous tourist attractions. Clear waters and tropical marine life make it popular with scuba divers from around the world.

For American newlyweds Gabe and Tina Watson, a visit to the Great Barrier Reef was part of their dream honeymoon. But when their scuba diving trip ended in tragedy, a question quickly emerge...

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In this exclusive episode of Judgy After Dark, join us as we delve into the case of Archie McAfferty, who vowed to kill seven people because voices in his head were urging him to do so. 

Archie McAfferty led a sinister life from the young age of just 10 when he started strangling animals. Known as "Mad Dog" in the annals of crime history, McAfferty's case stands as a chilling reminder of the hor...

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Today we talk about a Valentine’s Day murder of a mother and her children which is sometimes referred to as the “Lonely Hearts Murders”.

On February 14, 1985 Cassandra Rundle and her two children were found brutally murdered in their Colorado Springs home. In the months before her death, Cassandra had taken out personal ads in a local newspaper. She received more than 80 responses and made contact with several men, but no evidence c...

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It was kind of a Cinderella story…a young woman from a poor working class family to living at Buckingham Palace. 

Jane Andrews was a personal stylist for Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson, Duchess of York. But it wasn’t her impeccable styling skills that made her famous. No, she gained worldwide attention for murdering her boyfriend, Tom Cressman,  in a brutal crime that shocked everyone.




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Part 2 of the Sante Kimes criminal mind involves a plot twist in New York. She puts her son, Kenny, up to the ultimate scheme by creating an alias that allows him to get a suite in the home of a elderly woman's home with the intentions of killing her and forging a deed transfer to the property. Sante even dresses as this woman in an attempt to have documents notarized...and the evil duo attempt to take o...

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As if forging checks, stealing cars, burning down houses, shoplifting, and slavery wasn’t enough...this woman manipulated the world’s wealthiest people and then went on to murder them. In the 90's Sante Kimes demanded her son, Kenny, do her dirty work for her and together, they became “Mommy” and Clyde. Sante's crime spree lasted over 40 years across the U.S., even manipulating her way into the gues...

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