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May 19, 2021 99 min

Dana tells us about Dena Thompson. She lured men with her web of deception and killed them. This black widow understood that the way to a man’s stopped heart is through his stomach. Poison was her murder weapon of choice. Nydia tells the insane story of Katherine Knight, one of Australia’s most bizarre murder cases ever.  This was an over the top kill if there ever was such a thing.  Cindy shares the Belle Gunness story. She’s the one that got away leaving a body count of at least 15!

For dinner this week, Cindy made a Lancashire Hotpot. A meal that’s as rich as its history. This traditional dish was flavorful and hearty. For dessert, she made a traditional Australian dessert called Lamingtons. These sponge cakes have an interesting texture that was really pleasing. The meal was paired with Carnivor Cabernet Sauvignon Bourbon Barrel. This was one of the most interesting Cabernet Sauvignons we’ve had and the unique flavor was quite an experience. 

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This week we also got to work with some other podcasts we think you should check out! You can find them here:

Ye Olde Crime Pride

Nopeville Podcast 

Where did we get our info? 


Dena Thompson

Black Widow

The True Story How of Dena Thompson Lured Men Into a Twisted Web of Sex, Lies and Murder


Katherine Knight


Ruthless Black Widow Killers Specifically Belle Gunness 

What did we eat?

Lancashire Hotpot


What did we drink?

Carnivor Cabernet Sauvignon Bourbon Barrel

Theme Song By: 

Jon Katity

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