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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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302 - Whistles & Flags

302 - Whistles & Flags

2021-11-2501:28:592

On today's episode, Georgia and Karen cover the mystery of Havana Syndrome and the murder of Martha Brailsford.
For a special treat, Karen and Georgia sit down with celebrity guests to hear their stories, from hometown murders to personal accounts of mayhem to legendary family lore. Today's guest is Wanda Sykes.
MFM Minisode 254

MFM Minisode 254

2021-11-2227:002

This week’s hometowns include a crime scene with a chalk outline and a pre-teen hero.  
301 - A Place For Moms

301 - A Place For Moms

2021-11-1801:33:553

On today’s episode, Karen and Georgia cover the survival story of Paul Martin Andrews and the unsolved murder of E.C. Mullendore III. 
For a special treat, Karen and Georgia sit down with celebrity guests to hear their stories, from hometown murders to personal accounts of mayhem to legendary family lore. Today's guest is Patton Oswalt.
MFM Minisode 253

MFM Minisode 253

2021-11-1530:232

This week’s hometowns include sleeping through an emergency and a mysterious coffee shop regular.
300 - The 300th Episode!

300 - The 300th Episode!

2021-11-1101:16:344

On the 300th episode of My Favorite Murder, Georgia and Karen cover the case of Patty Stallings and the story of the Chippendales murder. 
For a special treat, Karen and Georgia sit down with celebrity guests to hear their stories, from hometown murders to personal accounts of mayhem to legendary family lore. Today's guest is Paul Holes.
MFM Minisode 252

MFM Minisode 252

2021-11-0833:323

This week’s hometowns include a mafia murder story and a badass warrior queen.
299 - London & England

299 - London & England

2021-11-0401:41:285

On today's episode, Karen covers Scottish serial killer Dennis Nilsen and Georgia tells the story of Detective Jack Whicher and the Road Hill House murder.
For a special treat, Karen and Georgia sit down with celebrity guests to hear their stories, from hometown murders to personal accounts of mayhem to legendary family lore. Today's guest is Michelle Buteau.
MFM Minisode 251

MFM Minisode 251

2021-11-0133:321

This week's hometowns include a scary audio file and a Zodiac Killer connection.
298 - Feelings In Real Time

298 - Feelings In Real Time

2021-10-2801:04:303

This week, Georgia and Karen cover the mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe and the harrowing case of Cyntoia Brown. 
For a special treat, Karen and Georgia sit down with celebrity guests to hear their stories, from hometown murders to personal accounts of mayhem to legendary family lore. Today's guest is Josh Mankiewicz.
MFM Minisode 250

MFM Minisode 250

2021-10-2536:183

This week’s hometowns include a Spooky Halloween™ ghost story and a celebrity hitchhiker.   
297 - Lick the Difference!

297 - Lick the Difference!

2021-10-2101:19:492

On today's episode, Karen and Georgia cover the murders of Sharon Shaw and Rhonda "Renee" Johnson and the history of the Miranda rights.
My Favorite Murder presents the first episode of Waiting for Impact: A Dave Holmes Passion Project, a new limited series on Exactly Right. Dave Holmes has been obsessed with a pop culture disappearance for decades: what ever happened to Sudden Impact, the boy band who were featured in Boyz II Men's "Motownphilly" music video and then vanished? Before we dive into the mystery, we'll need to take a good look at life in 1991, when the music industry was flush, and what it was like to be a pop culture obsessive in a time before the internet. Plus, are we closer to the East Coast Family than we thought?Listen and subscribe to Waiting for Impact on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
MFM Minisode 249

MFM Minisode 249

2021-10-1827:231

This week's hometowns include an Alaskan cruise ship murder and a Liberian champagne punch recipe.
296 - Stakeouts & Balloons

296 - Stakeouts & Balloons

2021-10-1401:41:421

This week, Georgia and Karen cover the unsolved cases of three Indigenous women, Kiana Klomp, Amber Tuccaro, and Ella Mae Begay, and the disappearance of Lawrence Joseph Bader.
MFM Minisode 248

MFM Minisode 248

2021-10-1132:25

This week’s hometowns include using a meat tenderizer in self-defense and trusting a stranger with your brand-new tv.
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PotatoCouch

seriously, the name Glanz is very uncomfortable when Georgia says it. and she says it in every sentence!

Nov 26th
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Mean Jean

I just got chills. I just found out that Lake Linere existed right before I started this episode!

Nov 26th
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Kandra Sjoberg

murder at 26:47

Nov 26th
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Rosie Derrett

24:10

Nov 25th
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Kam Johnson

Happy Thanksgiving 🦃🦃🦃

Nov 25th
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GjpgrD

Laurie Cabot is a cool chick, a white witch & a great supporter of the arts in Salem. Wiccans worship Mother Earth & only believe in positive energy. Contrary to popular myth.

Nov 25th
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dragonfly wings

I have no idea how Crime Junkie has a hatedom (even before their controversy) while MFM (even that name is awful) and S&S still somehow have legions of fans. I really tried to get into MFM, I did, but I got tired of skipping ahead constantly to actually hear the story. Georgia and Karen mostly just spend the hour talking about themselves, aside from joking about the horrific ways these people suffer. I just wanted to add my two cents because I haven't seen any non-fans comment yet, and I truly can't fathom the hype as true crime queens when there are so many objectively better podcasts out there. They're not funny, the episodes aren't well written, and the hosts can be so callous.

Nov 23rd
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Andrea McGillian

I had the same issue everyone else had. If you play the episode straight from the episode feed instead of downloading it, it will play the full episode. It gets cut off around 1:06:00, so if you've already listened up to there, you can go from here. Hope this helps! I assume this is a problem with Castbox, not the podcast itself, but I could be wrong lol 😚😚

Nov 23rd
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Chloe Kirkpatrick

Honestly, I love the "I Survived" stories

Nov 22nd
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BC

apparently some men have been going up to women's dogs and taking pictures of the dog tags (phone numbers and addresses) and contacting them. Inside Edition has a video called, "Don’t Put Your Address on Your Dog’s Collar," wherein a commenter suggests dog owners ask their vets if they can put the animal clinic/hospital's number on the dog tag instead.

Nov 22nd
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trees only

Gossip is a fucking yawn. Count me out.

Nov 19th
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trees only

I beg to differ. Inspector Bucket 1853? Nah. Detective fiction in the English-speaking world is considered to have begun in 1841 with the publication of Poe's "The Murders in the Rue Morgue", featuring "the first fictional detective, the eccentric and brilliant C. Auguste Dupin". #EdgarAllanPoe

Nov 19th
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trees only

Haven't we learned yet that flushing someone down the toilet is not a getaway with murder plan?

Nov 19th
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Brandy E

I love this guy!

Nov 19th
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Brandy E

Great episode from beginning to end!

Nov 19th
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Toni VonderHaar

What a great surprise!! I love Josh and have been watching him forever. Great show ladies!!

Nov 19th
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PotatoCouch

pausing to rewatch the snl Chippendale ep.

Nov 18th
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sheenat3

29:49

Nov 18th
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Nov 16th
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Bella Ring

For anyone wanting to listen to the end. Jump to 1h09min https://myfavoritemurder.com/300-the-300th-episode/

Nov 15th
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