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Every Monday, Serial Killers takes a psychological and entertaining approach to provide a rare glimpse into the mind, methods and madness of the most notorious serial killers with the hopes of better understanding their psychological profile. With the help of in-depth research, we delve deep into their lives and stories. Serial Killers is part of the Parcast Network and is a Cutler Media Production.
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In 1962 he took over the family candy shop outside of Houston and was only too happy to give away treats to the children who would come 'round after school. Of course, nobody suspected that the local Candyman, Dean Arnold Corll, was also abducting said children, killing them, and burying them under the shed.Parcasters - Did you know that Hollywood, CA was originally conceived as an alcohol free religious utopia? Learn more about the founding of tinseltown on our new podcast, THE DARK SIDE OF... Listen now at parcast.com/darkside
After successfully murdering four women in Eastern Michigan without a whiff of suspicion in 1969, John Norman Collins began to believe he would never be caught. He grew increasingly brash, returning to crime scenes and toying with police. Sponsors!The Farmer’s Dog - Get 50% off your two-week trial of fresh, healthy food at TheFarmersDog.com/KILLERS. Plus, you get FREE shipping!
By 1967, he seemed to be a well-adjusted college student in Ann Arbor, Michigan. But the real reason for John Norman Collins' confidence lay far from the local college campus. Rather, in an abandoned farmhouse deep in the woods, where he could visit his victims again and again, admiring his handiwork.Sponsors!Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order when you go to PairOfThieves.com/KILLERS.
By 1996, he settled down in a small village in Ukraine with his girlfriend, and was a loving father-in-law to her children. But the voices in Anatoly Onoprienko’s head would not let him rest. His ruthless, random violence launched the largest manhunt in Ukranian history--and even then, police could not put an end to the killer they called The Terminator.Sponsors!Ring - Get a special offer on a Ring Starter Kit available right now. Go to Ring.com/SerialKillers.
He wanted to be remembered. He had spent a life cast aside and forgotten by his parents, siblings and peers. He hated the world that seemed so eager to forget him. So in 1989 Anatoly Onoprienko began killing whole families at random, seeking notoriety and revenge. And thanks to the fall of the USSR, this former Soviet was able to operate for years, as evidence of his crimes were swept under the rug.Parcasters - What was it like to live through the Titanic tragedy? Find out today on survival! Available now at parcast.com/survival
Eliot Ness went to the grave in 1957 without ever convicting the Cleveland Torso Murderer. Decades later, his family would reveal a secret suspect hidden within his notes, that was too well-connected to be accused publicly. Parcasters - In the mood for more mystery? You won’t want to miss the case of the disappearing genius, Physicist Ettore Majorana this week on Unexplained Mysteries. Available Thursday at parcast.com/unexplained
When a torso washed up on the banks of the Cuyahoga River in 1937, the police initially assumed a crime of passion. But when the next torso was found, they knew they had a serial murderer on their hands. Nicknamed the Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run, a notorious killer stalked the slums of Cleveland, killing vagrants he thought no one would miss.Parcasters - One of the greatest true crime cases in ever told is also one of the most impactful events in our nation’s history! Can you guess which one it is? Find out now at parcast.com/assassinations 
In early 2009, when Christine Ross set out on her morning walk in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the last thing she expected was to stumble across human remains. But within a matter of hours, the abandoned work site near her house had been turned into one of the most expansive crime scenes in history.Sponsors!Ring - Go to Ring.com/SerialKillers to get a special offer on a Ring Starter Kit.
In this special crossover episode with Sami from Female Criminals, we find out that Amelia Dyer’s desire to murder babies was about more than the money. In the mid-1880s, Dyer was enjoying it so much, she left her home, her family, and even faked her own death to continue killing England's unwanted infants. Sponsors!Upstart - Hurry to Upstart.com/SERIALKILLERS to find out HOW LOW your Upstart rate is!
Cunning, smart, ruthless, Amelia Dyer began a baby-farming business in 19th century England. Poverty-stricken mothers placed their children in her care trusting that she would find them loving homes. Instead, she pocketed the money, starved and strangled the babies before throwing them in the Thames river.Parcasters - If you haven’t already checked out our recent episodes on Female Criminals covering Diane Downs, check them out! Downs staged a murder involving her own children, listen now at parcast.com/criminals
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Sam

if you did your research, you would know that military service in Russia was, and still is mandatory.

May 17th
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Terrence Oden

Ah, the Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga they went through great lengths to hide this

May 12th
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Marie

please make all of the episodes available.

May 10th
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scrubby boi

You guys sound so robotic. Like a slightly more advanced version of a robot call center system. Its fucking strange.

May 9th
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Kamille Martin

glad i found this podcast!

May 8th
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Thomas Wilson

I love your podcast. Love it. However: I don't want to listen to Espionage.

May 7th
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Marie

why can't I see the episodes before E90?

May 7th
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Vic Underwood

This one hits close to home for me. my son broke his leg and had to be put under for the surgery to set his fracture but the anesthesiologist gave him way too much so that he wasn't coming too and of course they didn't want to admit because of the legal ramifications. my wife and I were going nuts not getting answers but it wasn't until I overheard a couple of nurses wispering about how they were having to give him extra adrenalin because he wasn't responding that I freaked the hell out and wanted answers. My wife was hysterical. It wasn't until I was calling the police that they came clean and the hospitals head physician or director came up and assurred us everything would be okay and they would do everything, blah, blah ,blah. They are one of the countries leading peadiatric centers and some of the nurses were crying themselves especially the one at fault. but he made a full recovery and became a professional, multi sponsored freestyle arialist. Great episode and you really do your research

May 7th
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94bombmob94

Why aren't the old episode available to listen too? I want to listen to some of the older ones they have done

Apr 30th
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Bqueasy

I can't find this new series on castbox!

Apr 29th
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Amber Schenck

so I went to stitcher premium and almost all of the episodes are not there. I love this podcast, but disappointed that I started and wont be able to finish. I was even willing to pay stitcher premium. but not all.of the episode all there.

Apr 25th
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Amalia Gutierrez

this is someone my nephew download this app I love it

Apr 16th
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Arley Ramos da Silva

Amazing.

Apr 10th
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Fran Staley

Sometimes they split episodes into two parts some times they don't . I like to wait until I have both parts so I can listen to them both at once and follow along but there is never any notation that this is part one of two only that I have part two. I've put off listening to somthing thinking there would be two parts when there is not.

Apr 8th
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DD

can you do a pod cast on charles starkweather and Caril Anne Fugate? or Herbert Clutter Family? I always found it interesting and for it being so big at the time no one talks about it.

Apr 4th
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Shlomit Ben Ish

DD w

Apr 26th
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Peter McGowan

Here's an idea. Sort out your shit rotten countries gun laws, health care and religious dumb fuckery before judging gender. The USA is an embarrassing stain on the western world. Get it fixed MORONS!!!

Apr 4th
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Mojo Jojo

Goodchilde The only free country in the world? lol That's the problem with Americans, you actually believe that shit

May 15th
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Peter McGowan

scrubby boi I don't want your guns taken away. I'd just like to see less ways for assholes to get em. Now you live in a country where a mass shooting will get you life and an ectopic abortion might get you the death penalty. Who says Islam has all the crazy laws. Their ways are ancient, yours is fresh as apple pie. Stop fucking telling women what to do with THEIR bodies. Go figure. #SaveRoevWade

May 13th
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William R

"Latinx" really?! ridiculous!!

Apr 3rd
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Maile Incognegro

these comments are really ignorant latinx is gender inclusive..... why do you have a problem with including all the people in a culture? woman, man, transgender, non binary etc..... it's not that hard to include people and humanize them

Apr 3rd
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Maile Incognegro

Goodchilde there are more than two genders. that is the point. but be ignorant if it gets you off

Apr 19th
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Goodchilde

Maile Incognegro Latino is inclusive to both genders. Your attempts at disfiguring the english language to parrot your senseless agenda is pathetic.

Apr 17th
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Keith Mckenna

also when did the alt left become antiscience?Just asking a question as it seems at odds with my idea of liberal thought (I'm irish,don't live in America so won't comment on your politics)

Apr 2nd
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Goodchilde

Craig Titus Fitness The left is delusional.

Apr 17th
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Craig Titus Fitness

Keith Mckenna LATINO is inclusive to both male and female. The sick bastards on the left are not only trying to destroy English but also Spanish

Apr 4th
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Keith Mckenna

what's an SJW

Apr 2nd
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David Sullivan

Keith Mckenna SJW = Social Justice Warrior

Apr 3rd
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