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My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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Lifelong fans of true crime stories Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark tell each other their favorite tales of murder and hear hometown crime stories from friends and fans.

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Karen and Georgia cover the disappearance of Emanuela Orlandi, and story of the Oversteegen Sisters and Hannie Schaft.
MFM Minisode 144

MFM Minisode 144

2019-10-1400:27:1227

This week’s hometowns include a mystery found in a wall and a crime involving a crow.
Karen and Georgia cover the Meeks Family Murder and the Hotel President haunting.
MFM Minisode 143

MFM Minisode 143

2019-10-0700:21:4938

This week’s hometowns include a local haunting and murderous ancestor.
190 - Lick The Clock

190 - Lick The Clock

2019-10-0301:18:5480

Karen and Georgia cover the Radium Girls and the murder of Lisa Cihaski.
MFM Minisode 142

MFM Minisode 142

2019-09-3000:20:1120

This week’s hometowns include a small island murder and a creepy break-in story.
189 - What Wonderful Luck!

189 - What Wonderful Luck!

2019-09-2601:23:5380

Karen and Georgia cover the alleged real life story of The Orphan and the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire.
MFM Minisode 141

MFM Minisode 141

2019-09-2300:29:0635

This week’s hometowns include a show-and-tell story and a body in a window. 
Karen and Georgia cover the Dyatlov Pass mystery and Linda Hazzard.
In a special presentation for Fox’s new drama Prodigal Son, Karen and Georgia cover the cases of Sante Kimes and Dolly Oesterreich. Plus, an interview with star Bellamy Young!
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Anne Marie Venezia

Ya know what, I'm gonna join Myspace. I don't care. I'm doing it.

Oct 19th
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Cathy McGeough

The Blair Witch corner is chilling!

Oct 18th
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Aisha Aslam

what is going on with the audio in this episode?

Oct 18th
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Zulfa Begum

Lol, Leicester is pronounced like Lester, but the way you said it made me laugh so you're let off hook. You may still visit England.

Oct 18th
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lina

RIP, Rich.

Oct 18th
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Loring Brown

I like your podcast. Wish you wouldn't bring politics into it.

Oct 18th
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Krista R Hanner

I grew up in MN and the Jacob Wetterling story was always in the back of my head. As far as Jon Benet goes, I think her Brother did it and that his parents covered for him because they had already lost their Daughter and didn't want to also lose their Son

Oct 18th
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nymph

00:00 im posting this so uh,, weird guy who constantly posts this timestamp doesnt

Oct 17th
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Abby Dalbey

I'm writing "Goodbye good luck get laid get fucked" EVERYWHERE from now on

Oct 17th
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alli lent

listening to the explanation of how Nazi stuff came to be sounds so scarily familiar every time I hear about it the last couple years :(

Oct 17th
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DLBKCMO

The "I'm not a WW2 scholar." "Wait, what?" exchange made me laaaaaugh.

Oct 17th
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Allison Silipigni

I have JUST NOW discovered this podcast and where have I been?! my cousin told me about it and I am now living for it. starting at number 1 and I'm determined to make it through. They sound like my best friend and I when we talk. they crack me up and make my drives way more enjoyable. to say I'm obsessed is an understatement.

Oct 17th
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Poor

15:36 first 49:03 second

Oct 17th
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Marisela Barajas

my husband use to sell Avon

Oct 17th
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Ben Addington

15:38

Oct 17th
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Josiah Crist

it took you 15 minutes to start the fucking story

Oct 16th
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Donnaleio

15:57

Oct 15th
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Sam

6:01

Oct 15th
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Rosie Linham

Love this podcast, but let's remember one thing, in the case of Scott Amedure: yes, things are way better for LGBT+ today, but are no means 'fixed'. I know they were not implying this, but we have to keep talking about the fact that Gay Panic is still a defence in many countries, let alone the death penalty for homosexuality in some, and cases like the murder of Daniel Spencer which only happened in 2015. When talking about these things we just need to bear in mind that there are still issues, especially when we come from a place of priveledge.

Oct 15th
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Luke Baylie

you're thinking of topiary. That's hedges shaped like stuff

Oct 15th
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