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Monster Presents: Insomniac

Author: iHeartRadio & Tenderfoot TV

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What happens when you immerse yourself in true crime, night after night, digging deeper into the lives of serial killers? What are the consequences to a person's psyche? From iHeartRadio and TenderfootTV comes a new podcast about twisted serial killers and one man's journey through their stories.
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The Candy Man – Part Two

The Candy Man – Part Two

2019-08-2000:28:5714

Dean Corll was one of the deadliest killers in history. But it wasn’t the cops who brought him down. It was his own accomplice. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
The Candy Man – Part One

The Candy Man – Part One

2019-08-1300:25:0211

Dean Corll liked to give free candy to the kids, especially the young boys, and he loved throwing parties for the teens. So why was he often seen digging at night near the candy shop? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Donald “Pee Wee” Gaskins Jr. successfully committed one of the most audacious and brutal attacks ever attempted while on death row – and he did it from the confines of his own cell.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
The Mindhunter Himself [Bonus]

The Mindhunter Himself [Bonus]

2019-08-0100:36:3616

Wayne Williams, convicted killer and suspected serial killer, is thought to be responsible for nearly 30 deaths in the infamous Atlanta child murders. This 40-year-old tragedy is the subject of the podcast Atlanta Monster. The acclaimed FBI criminal profiler who got inside this killer's head is retired special agent John Douglas, whose work inspired the Netflix series Mindhunter. In this special bonus episode, Atlanta Monster host Payne Lindsey interviews Douglas about his work on Atlanta's Missing & Murdered case. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
From the start, Donald “Pee Wee” Gaskins Jr. lived a life of crime. Between prison and parole, Pee Wee learned that, if he didn’t want to be the victim, he’d have to kill his way to the top. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Stephen McDaniel thought he could outsmart the authorities. But this law school student accidentally told on himself... and it was all caught on camera. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Stephen McDaniel had a crush on his next door neighbor. But this isn’t a love story. This crush ends with a headless torso.   Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
It's been 15 years since Arthur Shawcross committed his last murder. Now that he’s out of prison, not only has his appearance changed, so have his victims.   Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Arthur Shawcross was paroled after less than 15 years in prison. Had the authorities known what was next, they never would have let him out.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
The I-70 Strangler - Part Two

The I-70 Strangler - Part Two

2019-06-2700:21:2222

Herb Baumeister was spiraling out of control, and the wall that kept his two lives separate was beginning to crumble.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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Comments (86)

Shieeda Chatfield

Soooo I'm from Macon😐 And I vividly remember this story

Aug 23rd
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ilovepodcasts41

Hearing the words "raping women, men, children and even one infant" makes me want to vomit. Sick.

Aug 22nd
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jersey2777

good luck friend! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Aug 22nd
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Drew Brid

jersey2777 good luck :)

Aug 22nd
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ilovepodcasts41

The video of him being interviewed is on YouTube. You need to see it.

Aug 21st
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Drew Brid

ilovepodcasts41 Ok

Aug 22nd
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Kain Kenny

This episode is truly the stuff of nightmares

Aug 21st
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Drew Brid

Kain Kenny yes...

Aug 22nd
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Sunshine Goth

I really hope not. I enjoy the whole podcast

Aug 20th
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Jessie Parham

Are there going to be more episodes? It sounds like he is done.

Aug 20th
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Chet Hjr

dreams?!!! I rarely do dream and the few times I do, it's nothing. I do not have the pleasure, if you can call it that, to remember those that have past in my life, most recently my father two months back, to even have that feeling of lose. The kind that makes you hurt but also makes you strong.

Aug 18th
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Sara

I like the sleep stories but they are a little distracting when it's mid story... maybe tell them at the end? The constant loud background music can also be distracting, just needs to be turned down a little. Other than that, GREAT podcast and great storytelling.

Aug 16th
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Graeme Tucker

I think I'd like this if the narrator would pick up the pace. He is so slow with a monotonous voice. Boring unfortunately. I actually was more interested in the commercials.

Aug 12th
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Lukas Parker

Graeme Tucker :(((

Aug 13th
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Kelly Piliere

I went to Mercer University at the time of this murder and I'm from only a few towns over in Maryland from where Lauren was from. Such a sad and creepy story! I was friends with a guy who was close friends with Stephen's freshman year randomly assigned roommate and apparently he always thought he was a bit of a creepy dude even back when they were freshman in college

Aug 7th
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Santiago

Kelly Piliere Oh, I get it

Aug 7th
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ejw o331

Best true crime podcast I've listened to. I love the creepy sound effects and the personal stories he's sharing.

Aug 6th
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ejw o331

Edge0fHeaven Yes indeed. just finished episode 4. It too is a great podcast

Aug 6th
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Edge0fHeaven

ejw o331 have you checked out the clearing yet?

Aug 6th
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Dave Wright

I am really enjoying this podcast and disagree with all the comments about the insomnia part of the show being bad. I'm up to ep 4 and in total there hasn't been more than 4 minutes on the matter. There is more commercials in the show (castbox). If he were to do a podcast on his insomnia as suggested by some then you would no doubt be left wondering what is causing it. Then you would have this. It's great having the 'voice' of the zodiac narrating too!

Aug 5th
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Iced Violets

The narrator is giving you background as to how the show came to be. I don't understand why everyone is complaining about his explanation on how this podcast was created. Calm Down!

Aug 3rd
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Kain Kenny

how many times do you need to run the "Hell and gone" ad, holy s**t

Aug 2nd
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Kain Kenny

Very good podcast. Ambience is perfect and narration is very good,if a little on the bassy side

Aug 2nd
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Levi Goldstein

As someone who grew up in the suburbs of Westfield, Indiana I was looking forward to hearing this podcast. Instead I get to hear the podcaster ramble about his insomnia. I'm pretty sure we all came hear to listen to true crime stories, not someone going on about how not sleeping at night makes them fall asleep at their desk. If you want to talk about your insomnia, start a podcast about insomnia. Your pandering does not add mystique, intrigue, or really anything at all to the overall format. Severally disappointed. I doubt I'll listen to anymore of your show.

Aug 1st
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سعید یاری

Levi Goldstein 👌

Aug 1st
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Ollie

@0:51 skip into

Jul 31st
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Yves Jenkins

Ollie ok, thanks!

Jul 31st
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jersey2777

with peace & love may I suggest a cup of valerian root tea & an ambien about an hour before you want to go to bed..oh maybe layoff "pee wee's" bio as well..good luck friend! great show!

Jul 30th
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Yves Jenkins

jersey2777 haha, for the love and peace... Great show

Jul 31st
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Jack Johnston

Get rid of that goddamn Michelob ASMR ad. Fucking hate ASMR.

Jul 27th
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Jason Szabo

Jack Johnston I know, it’s creepy and cringe.

Jul 27th
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