Mark and Emma reunite to discuss the Pinkertons and their most famous cases, from Lincoln's assassination attempt to a great train robbery! They were somewhat inspired to cover the world's first Detectives by their play through of Red Dead Redemption 2. New episode every Friday!
Mark and Emma enjoy the festive season by discussing all things spooky and crooky. Mentioned in the episode is the harrowing case of familicide by Charlie Lawson, the death of Patty Vaughan and the disappearance of 5 year old Melissa Brannen, all of which occurred at Christmas. They somehow have a laugh, as always, so it's not all doom and gloom! Series 2 begins late January 2019.
Join Mark as he interviews friend of the show, Lucy. They discuss her encounter with the ghost of a Victorian boy in an old Chester attic, over a mixed grill, Christmas on a stick and a little too much alcohol. The Christmas Special releases on the 21st December 2018!
For their first Spooks and Crooks LIVE SHOW, Mark and Emma celebrate Halloween with the audience. Discussed in the episode was a ghost spotted by pop star Arianda Grande and the cannibal / serial killer Richard Chase. This concludes the first series. Next new episode Christmas Eve 2018, midnight-ish GMT.
The finale to series 1 of Spooks and Crooks sees Mark and Emma do a live investigation into the mysteries of Haunted Liverpool and interview Channel 5's Ashley Buckenham. Prepare for spookiness as a potential ghost takes a liking to Emma in a Victorian graveyard. Happy Halloween!
Mark and Emma fight. It's as simple as that. The pair finally embrace their roles as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully and debate the existence of aliens, namely the ones that crashed just outside Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.
Mark and Emma return to the spookiness with a discussion about some of Ed and Lorraine Warren's most famous cases. Annabelle the Doll, the Amityville Haunting and the Southend Werewolf are but a few of the many casebooks cracked open in this episode. Yet, the question still persists: do ghosts exist? New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.
Mark and Emma delve further into the life of Ted Bundy, exploring his mental state, trial and closest relationship. There is also plenty of singing and terrible accents. New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.
Mark and Emma explore the mind and victims of Ted Bundy, one of the world's most infamous serial killers. They were incredibly hungry throughout this recording, so cannot be held responsible for some of the things said. (That includes the array of accents Emma offers in an attempt to cheer Mark up.) New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT. (Usually. This episode was delayed for reasons we won't go into. Part 2 of this episode will be released on Tuesday. From there, we will return to our...
Mark and Emma were joined by the wonderful Sabina in what proved to be the most exciting episode to date! Hear all about the deaths surrounding the Norwegian Black metal band 'Mayhem', the "imaginary friend" (ghost) of a young girl, the chilling effects of a pokemon game soundtrack and much more! New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.
Mark and Emma mutually decided that it was a good idea to have a drink whilst recording the podcast. Well, technically it was all Emma's fault, as you will hear. This episode covers the heinous crimes of Dennis Nilsen, the man commonly referred to as "the British Jeffrey Dahmer." New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.
This week, things are a bit less Crooky and a bit more Spooky, as Mark and Emma delve into the Enfield Haunting. From the photograph of the 12 year old girl jumping off the bed to the creepy voices croaking from her throat, the pair debate the existence of ghosts and the credibility of everyone involved. New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.
The beginning of all things Spooky and Crooky! In this episode, Mark and Emma discuss the antics of Aileen Wuornos, the world's most infamous female serial killer. They try their very best to be mature about it (not really.) New episode every Friday, midnight-ish GMT.