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The Sword and Scale true-crime podcast is an immersive audio experience covering the dark side of humanity and human nature. Our stories delve into the worst of the worst and include murder, rape, dismemberment and cannibalism. No crime is too brutal and no victim is too pure. The worst monsters are real.



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MONSTRUO SEASON II

MONSTRUO SEASON II

2019-09-1900:28:202

MonstruoPodcast.comFrom the collective minds of Jack Luna (Dark Topic), Tyler Bell (The Westside Fairytales) and Mike Boudet (Sword and Scale) comes Monstruo, the most disturbing podcast ever made.  Nine stories, carefully crafted, one year in the making.  Each two part episode of episode of Monstruo delves into the the most heinous and depraved killers ever to walk this earth.  Told from the perspective of the individuals who were unfortunate enough to be there, and using highly-immersive audio-drama-like presentation, each story uncovers the motivation of these human monsters.  The presentation of Monstruo consists of two 30-minute episodes followed by an after show where the hosts and creators chat about the story in their own words and further explore the details of each grizzly case.SUBSCRIBE NOWApple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/monstruo/id1440306805Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/wondery/monstruoTuneIn - https://tunein.com/podcasts/History-Podcasts/Monstruo-p1184745/Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/5TxmPu677nCiBAtSKc8b6uPodbean - https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/whmbk-804d1/Monstruo-PodcastPlayerFM - https://player.fm/series/monstruoPodbay - https://podbay.fm/podcast/1440306805/reviews
Episode 146

Episode 146

2019-09-0801:14:0849

Domestic violence happens every day. It happens so often that as a society we’re numb to it. When Brandon Clark stabbed Bianca Devins in the throat it was just another case of domestic violence. But when Brandon posted the gory photo online taunting Bianca’s beta orbiters and then attempted suicide live on Instagram, the story Bianca’s murder took on a life of its own.
Episode 145

Episode 145

2019-09-0101:07:3754

The afternoon of January 13th, 2010, a Conyers Georgia police officer encounters an exasperated 16-year-old Tasmiyah Whitehead approaching his squad car in a gated community. The girl claims she and her identical twin arrived home from school to find their mother unconscious in the bathtub, the home destroyed by blood stains and broken furniture. The evidence investigators later find at this murder scene tells a sickening story.Preorder Yucca Harris' Book: The Untold Story
Episode 144

Episode 144

2019-08-1800:49:5461

When ‘Megan Wants A Millionaire’ is suspended from airing after only three episodes, a former Reality TV ‘star’ rises to infamy after a brutal murder, and international manhunt.
Episode 143

Episode 143

2019-08-0400:52:5067

Most of the time, accidents are simply just that. Accidents. Sometimes though, collisions are made with precise decision making, with little to no care in terms of the safety of human beings. We’re going to examine a few cases of wrong way drivers that have occurred over the past few years and question what may have been behind the lack of regard for the lives of others…
Episode 142

Episode 142

2019-07-2100:54:1161

On July 17th, 2016, former United State Marine Gavin Long went into Baton Rouge, Louisiana to wage an all out war on the police. Many thought it was in retaliation for the tragic death of Alton Sterling in the weeks prior, but not everything is as it seems… If the police wanted to target him for years, he was going to be their ultimate target.
Episode 141

Episode 141

2019-07-1401:03:2981

When 23 year old Bonnie Haim goes missing in January of 1993, abandoning her husband and 3 year old son, all fingers point toward her husband, Michael Haim. With no body, no DNA evidence, and no proof, police couldn’t make an arrest, and couldn’t prove that Bonnie hadn’t just run off to start a new life. The case went cold for over two more decades until new evidence arose in 2014. 
Episode 140

Episode 140

2019-07-0401:06:1584

During the early morning hours of May 5th, 2012, Mark Duenas was awoken by what sounded like a catfight outside of his family home. He got up from his recliner and began checking the outside of the home. Walking down the hallway, he noticed the light on in his wife’s bedroom. When he opened up the door, he found her crumpled on the ground, covered in blood. No one knew who could have done such a thing. But in trying times such as these, it’s important for families to stick close.
Episode 139

Episode 139

2019-06-0900:58:3395

Andrew Urdiales, a serial killer with military training, attacks and tortures women across three states for ten years. Only one woman lives to the tell her harrowing tale; but with no evidence left behind, how many years will pass until justice is served?
Episode 138

Episode 138

2019-05-2600:52:5692

The process of vetting those we allow into our lives is a precarious one. When young, prospective college student Brandy Rosine met Jade Olmstead online, it seemed to be love at first Skype. Things were going smoothly for the couple, they began living together for a short while until a restless Jade abandoned the relationship for a former flame. As Jade and Brandy continued to keep in touch despite Jade’s rekindled relationship with Ashley Barber, trouble began to brew within the love triangle.
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Carolyn Hochlowski

I am really fascinated by how Kemper speaks- he is so well spoken and self aware, it’s a shame that he was a killer, he could have done so much more. It really makes me think about nature vs nurture!

Sep 19th
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Mike S

man, FUCK baptists

Sep 19th
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Krys

I had no idea there was so much drama surrounding the host. I had always thought listening to this person was more of someone giving me information on true events. The most recent episode, I was expecting to hear about the murderer and his intentions/motivations and back story, but the entire episode was mostly complaining about the victims poor choices. I dont come here to listen to someone be angry and weird, I come here to hear about true crime. I guess I'm out.

Sep 19th
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wyghtrabbit

Unsubscribed because of this episode. The microwave part was so unnecessary.

Sep 19th
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Brandon Goter

I've seen this video it's fucked up

Sep 18th
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Danielle Lee

I'm folding laundry and listening to this horrified while my 8 year old son plays Minecraft quietly on his Xbox. I ran over and gave him the biggest hug and told him that I loved him and would never hurt him and he knows that, right? He looked at me like I was a weirdo. This episode made me angry and broke my heart all at the same time. This poor baby, he's done nothing to deserve the life he got handed.

Sep 18th
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D3F4ULT

lmao at all the whiny pussies in the comments

Sep 18th
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Steve Lenhard

Canadians are Mexicans with sweaters.

Sep 18th
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ejw o331

what a sick disgusting disturbing freak.

Sep 18th
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A Cleminson

For each episode I go to Google and look up the people involved. I like to see pictures to put a face to a name and a voice. I like to see the scene. The visuals really help add more to the story. However, the picture of Priyanka's injuries, and staples on the back of her head was very hard to look at. I can not believe she survived that attack.

Sep 16th
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AK007 Campbell

Love this show and want to listen to the other one but I can't make out what he is saying. can anyone help me out?

Sep 16th
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kendra pierce

this is my least favorite episode. I love s&s but it seemed like this was more about the culture surrounding the murder than the murder. I get why you did it that way but I had a hard time listening to all the E girl and orbiters bla bla bla. none the less, Thank you for the hard work and episodes!

Sep 14th
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Carolyn Hochlowski

Maybe it’s due to the fact that so many of these episodes cover such brutal crimes, but... Colton and the hermit seem almost harmless. In many other episodes kids like Colton are growing up to slaughter innocent people after so much abuse and neglect. Is it off that I’m almost rooting for him too? (I get he’s a criminal and stole a lot, but it could have been so much worse)....

Sep 14th
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Kendall McCord

loved this episode, I can relate in many ways through the career paths I have experienced in trauma surgery, emt, nursing and now correctional nursing at a jail!

Sep 14th
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Michael Mercado

Mike's a shitty narrator. loved when they switched his drama filled self out for that female. she was better.

Sep 14th
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D.T.W.,ll

Michael Mercado agreed

Sep 15th
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Michael Mercado

Michael Mercado I'd say so. who ever the woman was that narrated for a short time, should be the full time narrator.

Sep 14th
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Wanda Alicea

So glad your back! missed your show.😊

Sep 14th
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Jayar Ship

Great show great job, as always👍

Sep 13th
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A Cleminson

I get that this is a very tragic insane event, but people need to learn how to communicate. The operators are trying to help, but can't when they are not getting the answers to the questions they are asking. Instead of answering the questions the callers are questioning why they need to know certain things. If you call 911: know where you are, and what the emergency is that is taking place. Listen. Answer all questions. And for the love of God do not scream in the phone. No one can understand a damn word you are saying, and you are now the one that is delaying help to someone that needs it

Sep 12th
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Leslie Flatland Seipel

fucking A right!?! 🙌🏽🙌🏽👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💯💯💯💯

Sep 12th
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bob caygeon

Stacey Keach narrating, now that would be a show.

Sep 11th
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