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Author: Kristina and Chelsee

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Welcome to The Killer Tea, a podcast hosted by best friends -Kristina and Chelsee- that uses armchair psychology as a way to traverse the minds of serial killers and the F word to cope with what they find there.
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Serial killers often where different disguises, because after all -the best predator is one you’d never knew considered you prey.Sometimes they’re a charming, attractive ladies man. Or a god fearing clergy member. A sweet, loving husband and father. A successful business man. A doctor, a nurse…or (more often than not) even a kind, gentle neighbor. Vasili Komaroff’s neighbors described him as many of those things…until the day he confessed to killing no less than 33 men in 1921 and 1923.
Women's bodies are turning up on Gilgo Beach near Long Island after investigators begin searching for a young missing woman. Who could be responsible for so many dead? The hard truth is.... we still don't know.
Black Widows are common in the true crime community. Beautiful women who murder their unsuspecting spouses for financial gain. Arsenic Annie is no exception, but the way she managed to con multiple men in such a short amount of time is. Would it ever have been enough money for Arsenic Annie?
Are the warning signs of a killer always there? Can you tell if someone is on the verge of snapping and committing a crime so heinous it rocks an entire community? David Brom was only 16 when he murdered his entire family and to this day... we still don't know why.
In the 1970s, New York City was terrorized by a serial killer. The Son of Sam would shoot unsuspecting women and couples around the city. Leaving notes that taunted police and dared the newspapers to catch him. Could a  dog, possessed by a demon, create this monster?
On this very special season 2 finale episode of the Killer Tea, we are honored to be speaking with Melissa Moore! Melissa is an Emmy-nominated crime correspondent and investigative journalist for Crime Watch Daily, host and executive producer of Monster In My Family, the Host and executive producer of the incredible podcast, Happy Face and Happy Face Presents: Two Face,  a national bestselling author of two books: Shattered Silence: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer's Daughter and Whole. She is also a public speaker for APB and an advocate for domestic violence survivors, at-risk women and trauma victims.Melissa has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, America's Most Wanted, several national news stations and even as an interviewer for Netflix -just to name a few. If you aren’t familiar with Melissa’s work, stop what you’re doing right now and listen to The Happy Face Podcast.Needless to say, we are humbled and grateful to share this space with Melissa and welcome her to the show!
On this very special season 2 finale episode of the Killer Tea, we are honored to be speaking with Melissa Moore! Melissa is an Emmy-nominated crime correspondent and investigative journalist for Crime Watch Daily, host and executive producer of Monster In My Family, the Host and executive producer of the incredible podcast, Happy Face and Happy Face Presents: Two Face,  a national bestselling author of two books: Shattered Silence: The Untold Story of a Serial Killer's Daughter and Whole. She is also a public speaker for APB and an advocate for domestic violence survivors, at-risk women and trauma victims.Melissa has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, America's Most Wanted, several national news stations and even as an interviewer for Netflix -just to name a few. If you aren’t familiar with Melissa’s work, stop what you’re doing right now and listen to The Happy Face Podcast.Needless to say, we are humbled and grateful to share this space with Melissa and welcome her to the show!
With the police bringing Aileen to justice, will she manage to prove she was mentally ill the whole time? A product of her abusive and sad childhood, Aileen will become known as the first modern female serial killer. She will also be one of the first women to be put to death in modern times.
Aileen's desperation to keep her girlfriend happy has grown to new levels. In an effort to bring in more money, Aileen hatches a new plan for her unsuspecting "customers".  This plan would go horribly wrong, leading her down to a new level of rock bottom.
With her family officially writing her off, Aileen is back on the road and searching intently for human connection. After a stint in prison, you may think things should start to get better... but they only continue to get worse.
Can generational trauma lead to the making of a serial killer? After being abandoned by her mother, Aileen was raised by the same grandparents her mother had been so desperate to escape. With only her brother there for her, Aileen would have a traumatic childhood. These events would lead her to become the infamous killer we know her as today. 
In the height of the age of serial killers, one from Ohio stands out for his vicious torture of his victims. With none of the usual warning signs, he begins his killing spree seemingly out of nowhere. 6 young men fall victim to the Kansas City Butcher.
What happens when a child shows the diagnostic signs of a pedophile? Or when the justice system fails time and time again to put him away and protect the children he is attacking. Do we hold the parents accountable for not seeking help for their son or blame the system for not stopping him sooner?
At first, Belle Gunness was just a poor farm girl from the Norwegian countryside emigrating to America in pursuit of the American dream. Except, her dream was the nightmare of over 14 wealthy suitors in Chicago and Indiana, who mysteriously lost their lives shortly after responding to her personal ad. Was Belle the victim of bad luck or a black widow spinning men into her web?
For years women went missing from Vancouver's streets. The police turned a blind eye as they were prostitutes and drug addicts. After 20 years, they can no longer ignore the ongoing issue. One man is responsible for the disappearances... but will it be too late to bring him to justice?
The most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States, with a reign that would span 40 years. Sex workers vanished or reported being beaten and choked by a man that police, judges, and juries never took seriously. Not until a detective gets a hunch is the Stroke and Choke Killer finally brought to justice. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killertea/message
Alexandria is the famed tourist city in Egypt, known throughout the world for its beauty. But in 1919, authorities begin to notice dozens of women start to go missing…never to be seen again.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killertea/message
In Soviet Russia the bodies are starting to pile up. All with the same types of wounds. The police have to admit they have a serial killer on their hands but they're having no luck catching him. After 12 years and 36 linked crimes they finally have a lead... the Red Ripper has been caught.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killertea/message
Evil might be harder to spot than you think. A small and unassuming man may make you believe he isn’t dangerous. But looks can be deceiving. You may be placing your child in the hands of a gruesome child predator. The Grey Man very well be one of the most horrific serial killers known.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killertea/message
In 1989, a monster was preying on unsuspecting campers, fishermen and joggers in sleepy rural towns in Ohio and West Virginia -because the voices told him to do so. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killertea/message
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Shauna Owens

is it just me or did this end in the middle of a sentance?

Jul 30th
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Stephen Maguire

You two have to do Edmond Kemper. love the show!!

Nov 13th
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