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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.

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There are two sides to every story. Somewhere in between varying accounts of a shared experience lies the truth, but the deceased can’t share their version of events. When relying on only one narrative, the truth can become muddied and leave us scrambling for answers. The case we’re discussing in this episode wasn’t big news. The mystery surrounding 47-year-old Kevin Parker’s stabbing death mostly fueled local interest. Kevin’s family and loved ones were determined to get closure and fill in the blanks for a crime that seemed to have no motive.  Only two people know the full truth about events leading to Kevin’s death. And one of them was killed. Let’s dive into this 2019 Michigan homicide and see if you can decide - was this murder, self-defense, or a lethal clash of personalities? Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Honeylove: Visit honeylove.com/MURDERISH to get 20% off the best bras and shapewear. SonoBello: Visit sonobello.com/MURDERISH for a free consultation on their one-visit laser fat removal. OUAI: Visit theouai.com and use code MURDERISH for 15% off your entire purchase. Posh Peanut: Visit poshpeanut.com/MURDERISH and use code MURDERISH for 20% off your first order. Green Chef: Visit greenchef.com/murderish50 and use code murderish50 for 50% off + 20% off your next two months. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Missing person (Ashley Loring Heavyrunner): Anyone with information about Ashley’s whereabouts should contact the FBI's Salt Lake City Field Office at (801) 579-1400 or Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services at (406) 338-4000.  Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Visit Murderish.com to learn more about the podcast and Creator/Host, Jami, and to view a list of sources for this episode.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode of MURDERISH brings us to the East Coast of the United States, to the Garden State of New Jersey. When the battered and cold body of Father Ed Hinds was discovered on the floor of the church rectory, covered in blood, nobody had a clue who could have killed him, or why. The community would quickly learn who brutally murdered the Catholic Priest, but jurors would have to decide whether the murderer snapped in a fit of rage over the Priest’s actions, or if the murder was motivated by the need to cover up a 20-year-old secret. Join me as I walk you through the murder of Father Ed Hinds. Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of MURDERISH, Jami sits down with her friend and fellow podcaster, Madison McGhee, to discuss Madison’s investigation of her father’s murder. Madison’s father, John Cornelius “J.C.” McGhee, was gunned down in the doorway of his own home in Belmont County, Ohio in 2002. His case has remained unsolved since then. As a child, Madison was told that her father died from a heart attack. It wasn’t until Madison was 16 years old that she learned the truth about his untimely death. In 2023, Madison launched Ice Cold Case, the podcast, a serialized investigative podcast that seeks to solve J.C.’s cold case. Madison’s grass-roots investigation has unearthed a plethora of information in her father’s case. Madison walks Jami through the details of her father’s cold case, and tells how it all unfolded …from learning the truth about his murder, to where her investigation stands today.  Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Greenlight: Visit greenlight.com/murderish to get your first month free. Gabb: Visit gabb.com/murderish for $25 off any device for new customers with no contract. Nom Nom: Visit TryNom.com/MURDERISH for 50% off your first subscription order. Shopify: Visit shopify.com/murderish (all lowercase) to sign up for a $1/month trial period. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Follow Madison McGhee on social media @madison_mcghee  Listen to Ice Cold Case here https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ice-cold-case/id1685378007, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Visit Murderish.com to learn more about the podcast and Creator/Host, Jami, and to view a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On October 15, 1990, in Jacksonville Florida, a tragic fire would change the field of arson investigation forever. Decades old fires, which were to determined to be from arson, were now going to be re-examined as a result of what is widely known as the Lime Street Fire. Tragically, six people and an unborn child would have to lose their lives in order to affect change in the way fires were investigated. Was this murder, or a tragic accident? Sponsor: armoire.style/murderish to get up to 50% off your first month Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Serial Streamers Jami recaps the Netflix reality docuseries, Unlocked: A Jail Experiment. Jami gives listeners a solid Cliffs Notes version of the 2024 docuseries, and shares her own opinions on the unusual experiment that allows detention center inmates to be outside of their jail cells 24/7 with no deputies inside of the pod to watch over them. The experiment begins with some chaos, as inmates push boundaries and break rules which threatens their ability to continue participating in the experiment. Over time, however, inmates within the pod begin forming a community, learning to problem solve without violence, and living by the rules set forth by authorities without their constant presence. Jami answers the question of whether or not she’d drink hooch and get cross-faded on coffee cigs if she ever found herself locked up. Follow Jami on Instagram, TikTok and YouTube @JamiOnAir …and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Serial Streamers club members “meet” in Jami’s comments on all social media platforms to share their thoughts and opinions about the documentaries we’re binge-watching together. Watch Serial Streamers on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair and subscribe to the channel so you don’t miss out on the documentary recaps. Check out Jami’s other podcasts: Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120 Want to advertise on this podcast? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm with a copy to jami@murderish.com.  Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami Rice. Remember …cults are stupid, Ted Bundy is ugly, scammers suck at life, and binging true crime documentaries IS self care! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On January 29, 2022, Karen Read dropped off her boyfriend, John O’Keefe, at a house party in Canton, Massachusetts. When she awoke the next morning and found John not in bed, Karen became concerned. She drove around looking for him and eventually made her way to 34 Fairview Rd., the location of the house-party where she’d taken him earlier that morning. Karen screamed upon seeing John’s body lying in the front yard of the home, unconscious and covered in snow. John O’Keefe was dead. A murder investigation ensued, with Karen Read being the primary target. Karen’s defense, however, had a different theory. They posited that John O’Keefe was killed by someone who’d attended the party, and several partygoers, all members of law enforcement, helped to cover up the crime.  Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Green Chef: Visit greenchef.com/murderish50 and use code murderish50 for 50% off + 20% off your next two months. Nom Nom: Visit TryNom.com/MURDERISH for 50% off your first subscription order. Posh Peanut: Visit PoshPeanut.com/MURDERISH and use code MURDERISH for 20% off your first order. OUAI: Visit TheOUAI.com and enter promo code MURDERISH for 15% off any product. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Research & Writing: K. Brant Visit Murderish.com to learn more about the podcast and Creator/Host, Jami, and to view a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Murderish, you’re going to hear the story of Clarence Elkins, who was convicted of two brutal rapes and a murder. But, as you’ll learn in this episode, things aren’t always as they seem. Sponsors: Green Chef: Visit greenchef.com/murderish50 and use code murderish50 for 50% off + 20% off your next two months. armoire.style/MURDERISH to get up to 50% off your first month Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Some addictions aren’t yet completely understood, like video gaming addiction. There has long been controversy regarding whether games with violent content impact young influential minds. In October 2007, an Ohio clergyman and his wife were shot at close range in their own home. Mark and Sue Petric were adored by their community. No one anticipated their lives would be shattered by a senseless act of violence. The question at the forefront of this case is: were video games to blame for the shooter’s actions? Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Shopify: Visit shopify.com/murderish (all lowercase) to sign up for a $1/month trial period. Greenlight: Visit greenlight.com/murderish to get your first month free. Manscaped: Visit manscaped.com and use code MURDERISH for 20% off + free shipping. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Missing person, John Gamboa: Anyone with information is urged to contact the FBI’s Houston Field Office at (713) 696-5000, or reach out to your local FBI. Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Research & Writing: Alison Schwartz Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami, as well as a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Darrell Keith Rich, known as “The Hilltop Rapist,” was born on February 14, 1955. Although he was born on Valentine’s Day, this would be no indication of who Rich would become as an adult. This cold-blooded Serial Killer got his name by the manner in which he captured most of his victims. Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
During Memorial Day weekend of 2020, the peaceful town of Willington, Connecticut became the setting of a violent rampage with the perp leaving behind a trail of carnage, trauma, and destruction. A 6-day manhunt would follow. As police pieced together the mayhem, a daunting question emerged about the man responsible for all the chaos: why?  Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Posh Peanut: Visit poshpeanut.com/MURDERISH and use promo code MURDERISH for 20% off your first order.  Nom Nom: Visit trynom.com/MURDERISH for 50% off your no-risk trial box.  Green Chef: Visit greenchef.com/murderish50 and use code murderish50 for 50% off + 20% off your next two months. Ouai: Visit theouai.com and use promo code MURDERISH for 15% off any product. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Missing person (Ruby Ibarra): Information on Ruby’s whereabouts should be reported to the Dallas PD (214) 671-4268. Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Research & Writing: Alison Schwartz Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami, as well as a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Serial Streamers Jami recaps the Showtime docuseries, Outcry. Jami gives listeners a solid Cliffs Notes version of the docuseries, and shares her own opinions on the horrific case that centers around high school football star Greg Kelley. Greg’s case reminds us that things aren’t always as they seem, and a conviction doesn’t always mean true justice was served.   Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Serial Streamers club members “meet” in the comments on Jami’s Instagram, TikTok and YouTube channel and share their thoughts and opinions about the documentaries we’re watching.  Watch Serial Streamers on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair and subscribe so you don’t miss out on the latest documentary recaps. Check out Jami’s other podcasts: Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120 Want to advertise on this podcast? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm with a copy to jami@murderish.com.  Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami Rice. Remember, cults are stupid, Ted’s Bundy is ugly, scammers suck at life ...and binging true crime documentaries IS self care! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In December of 1992, Justin Hopper, was making plans to move and get a fresh start. He was a high school senior at the time when he found himself in a dangerous situation. Justin had been selling drugs, and his instincts told him he needed to get out of that lifestyle before something bad happened. Justin was much more than a drug dealer, though. He was a kind-hearted, caring guy with a sentimental side. He was a football player who maintained good grades in school. Justin shared his plans to escape the lifestyle he was living with his close friend, Suzi. Sadly, Justin had no idea that he only had a few more weeks to live after sharing his plans with Suzi. Justin would never get the fresh start he desired because two gun-loving classmates had other plans for him. Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When two people meet, it’s exciting when there’s a mutual, instant affection for one another. It doesn’t always happen but when it does, it’s special. On rare occasions, however, a seemingly special human connection can actually be a bad thing, and in even more rare instances, it can lead to deadly consequences. The case we’re examining in this episode begs the question …would someone have died if two people had not had the opportunity to meet? A 1954 murder case out of New Zealand shocked the world due, in part, to the highly unlikely perpetrators. Honora Parker was savagely murdered on June 22, 1954. Though her murder case was easily solved, a striking revelation about the case didn’t fully come to light until 40 years later.  Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Greenlight: Visit greenlight.com/murderish to get your first month free. ASPCA Pet Health Insurance: Visit ASPCApetinsurance.com/murderish to explore coverage. Shopify: Visit shopify.com/murderish (all lowercase) to sign up for a $1/month trial period. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Research & Writing: Alison Schwartz Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami, as well as a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In April of 2016, Air Force veteran and hospice nurse Tricia Todd mysteriously vanished from a tranquil beachside town. The 33-year-old mother of one was vivacious, compassionate, and well-liked in her community. No one could ever imagine she would abandon her young daughter, and the notion of someone wanting to harm her was equally unfathomable. Years of secrecy obscured a daunting truth, one that wouldn’t be fully unveiled until it was much too late. Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On September 29, 2020, the Iskander family of six went out for an evening stroll in their Westlake Village neighborhood having no idea of the tragedy that lay ahead. On that same evening, wealthy socialite Rebecca Grossman was having drinks at a local Westlake Village restaurant with Royce Clayton and Scott Erickson, two former major league baseball players. After downing margaritas, Grossman and Erickson got into their expensive cars and headed toward Grossman’s nearby condo to hang out. At some point, the two decided to race each other through the residential neighborhood. At that exact moment, Nancy Iskander and her three sons were crossing the street. Before they could respond, Rebecca Grossman and Scott Erickson came racing toward them in their vehicles fueled by bravado tequila. One of the vehicles struck two of the Iskander boys, Mark and Jacob, killing them. Three and a half agonizing years later, Rebecca Grossman went on trial for Mark and Jacob’s murder.  The headline-making trial resulted in a surprising verdict.  Mark and Jacob Iskander foundation: MarkAndJacobFoundation.org Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors Beis: Visit beistravel.com/MURDERISH for 15% off your first purchase. Addyi: Visit addyi.com and use code MURDERISH for a $10 telemedicine appointment to see if Addyi is right for you. Fabric: Visit meetfabric.com/murderish to apply for a term life insurance policy in just minutes. Thrive Market: Visit thrivemarket.com/MURDERISH for 30% off your first order + a free $60 gift. Reel Paper: Visit reelpaper.com/MURDERISH for 30% off your first order + free shipping. Nom Nom: Visit trynomnom/MURDERISH for 50% off. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Research & Writing: K. Brant.  Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami, as well as a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Serial Streamers Jami recaps the docuseries, Bad Surgeon: Love Under the Knife. The 2023 Netflix docuseries highlights the story of Dr. Paolo Macchiarini, who is a world-renowned thoracic surgeon known for his work in regenerative medicine. For years, people believed Dr. Macchiarini was a trailblazer in the medical field and someone who worked tirelessly to save lives by transplanting lab-made organs into patients. What people didn’t know was that Dr. Macchiarini was extremely reckless in his approach and fully aware that his poor track record, coupled with faulty plastic organs, would very likely lead to death. Yet, the conman persisted.  Jami gives listeners a solid Cliffs Notes version of the docuseries, and doesn’t hold back on how she feels about the man who she believes is a low-budget version of George Clooney’s ugly distant cousin, at best.  Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Serial Streamers club members “meet” in the comments on Jami’s Instagram, TikTok and YouTube channel and share their thoughts and opinions about the documentaries we’re watching.  Watch Serial Streamers on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair and subscribe so you don’t miss out on the latest documentary recaps. Check out Jami’s other podcasts: Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120 Want to advertise on this podcast? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm with a copy to jami@murderish.com.  Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami Rice. Remember, cults are stupid, Ted’s Bundy is ugly, scammers suck at life ...and binging true crime documentaries IS self care! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When one young man discovered his passion for drumming, he soon began dreaming of living the rockstar lifestyle. His talent and ambition paid off and soon, he found himself in very high demand. Unfortunately, drugs and alcohol, combined with an undiagnosed mental illness, turned his dream into a nightmare that ended with the brutal murder of someone very close to him. Join me as I walk you through the life and crimes of famed rock and roll drummer, James Beck Gordon, and the murder of Osa Gordon. Sponsors: BiOptimizers - Visit BiOptimizers.com/MURDERISH and use code MURDERISH to save 10% and get gifts with your purchase. ASPCA Pet Health Insurance - To explore coverage, visit aspcapetinsurance.COM/MURDERISH Astepro- Go to Asteproallergy.com for a discount so you can Astepro and Go! today. Let’s get social: Follow MURDERISH on Instagram & TikTok @MurderishPodcast. We’re also on Facebook. Visit murderish.com to learn more about Jami and the podcast. You can also buy merch & sign up to become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic Patreon member and get access to exclusive perks.  Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder …ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In 1987, 25-year-old Oregon native Jennifer Smith was viciously murdered in a Denny’s parking lot. She had no idea how important her death would end up being. Jennifer’s determination to not go down without a fight led investigators to other victims whose loved ones may have never seen justice served had it not been for Jennifer. The person responsible for a string of senseless murders was consumed by an evil bloodlust. His true form was hidden beneath a deceptive veneer. Those in his life only saw what he wanted them to see. He was perceived as a loving family man and successful entrepreneur. Lurking beneath the surface, however, was the worst kind of predator. Someone who only experiences joy when others are in agony.  It would be a long road to capture the man deemed the Molalla Forest Killer, and an even longer road to bring the serial killer to justice.  Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Subscribe to Jami’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair Sponsors. Addyi: Visit addyi.com and use code MURDERISH for a $10 telemedicine appointment to see if Addyi is right for you. Blueland: Visit blueland.com/murderish to get 15% off your first order. Shopify: Visit shopify.com/murderish (all lowercase) to sign up for a $1/month trial period. BiOptimizers: Visit BiOptimizers.com/MURDERISH and use code MURDERISH to save 10% and get gifts with your purchase. Quince: Visit Quince.com/MURDERISH for free shipping on your order + 365-day returns. Reel Paper: Visit ReelPaper.com/MURDERISH and sign up for a subscription using the code MURDERISH at checkout to get 30% off your first order + free shipping. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies - Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120?i=1000625570159 Want to advertise on this show? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, please send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm and copy jami@murderish.com.  Research & Writing: Alison Schwartz.  Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami, as well as a list of sources for this episode.  Ad-Free episodes: Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to join MURDERISH | Behind the Mic and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes, and other cool perks. Listening to this podcast doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder..ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of Serial Streamers Jami is joined by Criminologists and fellow podcasters, Dr. Meghan Sacks and Dr. Amy Shlosberg. The women discuss the Netflix documentary: Lover, Stalker, Killer which details the murder case of Cari Farver and the woman who was responsible for her untimely death, Liz Golyar.  Jami, Meghan, and Amy share their thoughts on this bizarre and tragic case from the perspective of being women who work in the True Crime space. Meghan and Amy’s commentary on this case is particularly insightful given they are both seasoned Criminologists and also because their podcast, Women & Crime, focuses on crimes involving female victims, perpetrators, and women who work in the criminal justice system. Toward the end of the discussion, Jami and Meghan are surprised to discover they both share a personal connection to one of the crimes committed by Liz Golyar and they each share their stories. Follow Jami on Instagram & TikTok @JamiOnAir and join the Serial Streamers true crime TV club! Serial Streamers club members “meet” in the comments on Jami’s Instagram, TikTok and YouTube channel and share their thoughts and opinions about the documentaries we’re watching.  Watch Serial Streamers on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@jamionair and subscribe so you don’t miss out on the latest documentary recaps. Check out Jami’s other podcasts: Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092. Lipstick & Lies: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lipstick-lies/id1704189120 Women & Crime (the podcast): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/women-and-crime/id1485129718 Women & Crime (YouTube): https://www.youtube.com/@WomenandCrime Want to advertise on this podcast? We’ve partnered with Cloud10 Media to handle our advertising requests. If you’re interested in advertising on MURDERISH, send an email to Sahiba Krieger sahiba@cloud10.fm with a copy to jami@murderish.com.  Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami Rice. Remember, cults are stupid, Ted’s Bundy is ugly, scammers suck at life ...and binging true crime documentaries IS self care! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
IN THE BLOOD is a new true crime miniseries, hosted by Ben McKenzie ("Southland", "Gotham") that asks why it took the state of Texas three trials to convict Ronald Trimboli, of a triple murder, if he was actually guilty? One of the first murder cases in America to use DNA, atechnology that was in its infancy at that time, this story would pit developing science against questions about lack of motive, a clear alibi, andat least one alternative suspect - that one of the victims explicitly told the police might try to murder him. A story about questions of innocence or guilt that stretches decades, from the crime in the 1980s, all the way through three trials, a DNA re-test, and potential new evidence discovered in just the last few years. Look for "In The Blood", from Voyage Media, anywhere you listen to podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Daniel Cole

The rapist Common law wife. Should be charged. She's a piece of c*** She knew her husband did that. If I was the lady whose husband went to jail I would with that lady's a** I put a baseball Bat To that lady's kneecaps.

May 14th
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Farjiya Jannat Mim

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Apr 19th
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Courtney Todd

Always a good podcast, but dang, there are sooo many commercials. Like 50% commercials. Ugh.

Jan 16th
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Jenn Ifer

Don't know how I feel about dude. He's very Robert Stackish. His voice makes it sound creepier for some reason.

Nov 22nd
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Natalie Antongiorgi

episode 102 and 103 don't play and I don't know why.

Oct 30th
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Jesse Vingle

yea can't do that voice. zero inflection or emotion. sounds like a computer reading, with very little observation of punctuation. hard to tell sometimes where one sentence ends and the next begins.

Sep 22nd
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Daniel

I pray to the prison gods that that man that did that to that boy got fu$k*d up his a$$ everyday that he is there in prison I wouldn't lose no sleep if he got shanked

Sep 12th
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Curtis Massey

This was a terribly good one.

Jul 3rd
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꧁WupperElfe꧂

Would the mother of a 2year old child have a one-night-stand when her child was a) sleeping next door and b) still being breastfed and might wake up several times per night, if only to be given the breast for comfort, for example ? I seriously doubt that.

May 2nd
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Frana B

SOooooooo many ads!! Not just several ad breaks, but each break has a dozen ads each! #freepodprobs

Mar 8th
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MM

These parents are terrible. The entire situation is terrible but these parents created this horror show.

Feb 14th
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Darth Brooks

Very boring podcast. Tried listening but could never get into her storytelling. Very basic true crime podcast not going to learn anything new or enlightening about these cases unfortunately.

Feb 13th
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Liesl Manone

"Jimmy never smoked pot!" Yeah, ok...

Aug 22nd
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Michelle Sawall-Kneale

you need to learn how to pronounce hydrocodone. ugggg

Aug 11th
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MM

LOVE THIS PODCAST. Straight forward, we'll delivered, informative and and very considerate of the victims. Keep it up!

Aug 9th
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alicia polite

I am interested in the stories, however...a word of advice- take a class on how to tell stories. This is literally the most boring, dry and stale story telling I have ever heard. How on earth has none of her friends told her how this sounds?? I'm rooting for this show, just, you know- get into it.

Aug 2nd
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Dan Mason

Jamie, thank you for telling this story. The city is pronounced "mo•BEEL," but your giving voice to finding justice for Michael makes that forgivable.

Jul 22nd
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Shannon J

I've worked my way backward through your podcast. I love it. Great job! I appreciate this one as I'm a huge fan of Dateline. Josh made a comment that resignated with me. Advice to women regarding Dirty John. I've been a true crime junkie for years that was started by Ann Rule. When trying to warn (give grizzly what could happen) advice to family, nieces, and friends to be safe, it seems it can be discounted as "that could never happen to me." I wonder if Josh has ever considered doing things to be watchful or to be weary of episodes or maybe a podcast with you? Coming from someone with decades of experience of covering with the worst of mankind could be more convincing to people than mothers, aunts, and loved ones giving warnings. Just a thought. I've thoroughly enjoyed your podcast. I'm sad I only have 18 more to catch up.

Jul 16th
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꧁WupperElfe꧂

Whether it is possible to brainwash someone into committing suicide or not - Michelle Carter at the very least could (and should) have told Conrad's mother that he was suicidal. She knew how he felt early on, and if she wasn't an anti-social narcissist she would've gotten him the help he needed instead of goading him into killing himself by texting "your family will get over it, don't worry".

Jul 4th
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Liesl Manone

Bless your non-Teaxn heart. "Bexar County" sounds like "Bayer County."

May 11th
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