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Episode 74 - Tracie Andrews: The Road Rage Killer

On Dec 1 1996, Tracie Andrews and her fiancé Lee Harvey were driving home from an evening at the pub when they got caught up in a cat and mouse game with a couple of maniacs in another car. The road rage turned into a brutal attack and Lee Harvey died after being stabbed over 40 times; and despite also being attacked Tracie survived. At least this was the story that Tracie told police, the press and anyone who would listen. But it turned out that this hadn't been a random stranger attack...


Episode 73 - Mary Vincent: Survivor

Mary was just 15 and desperately looking for a way to get home to her family when she accepted a ride from a kindly old looking man. What transpired that night however is the stuff of nightmares. The man, Lawrence Singleton, abducted, raped and maimed Mary with an axe, leaving her for dead at the bottom of a 30ft ravine. But Mary survived.


Episode 72 - Darlie Routier: Beyond Reasonable Doubt?

In 1997 Darlie Routier was convicted of murdering her 5 year old son, Damon, and sentenced to death. But for 21 years she has sat on death row protesting her innocence, claiming that the real killer was a stranger who broke into the house and attacked her and her sons. Is she a lying cold-blooded killer, or a tragic victim of brutal injustice? The evidence seems to point in every direction. Join the girls this week as they tackle one of their most frustratingly convoluted cases yet.


Episode 71 - Satanic Panic: The Fall River Cult Murders

In the 1970s the US was in the throes of a unique cultural phenomenon - the ‘satanic panic’. The devil and devil worshipping cults were everywhere and they were coming to get you. This week Hannah and Suruthi follow the case of the Fall River cult murders, a brutal killing spree carried out by a group of self-proclaimed devil worshippers that saw 2 young women bound, raped and tortured to death, and a third missing with only skull fragments and a harrowing story left behind.


Episode 70 - Dylann Roof & The Charleston Church Shootings

On June 17 2015, 13 people sat down for bible study at the historically black Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston. But one of them was a stranger - and by the end of the night, in a brutal attack, 9 of the congregants would be viciously murdered. When the killer, Dylann Roof, was captured it became clear that he was driven by a racist ideology of white supremacy and the dream of sparking a violent race war. Join the girls this week as they navigate the terrifying world of online hate groups...


Episode 69 - The Vampire of Bucharest

In 1970 a serial killer stalked the streets of Romania's capital, assaulting over twenty young women and brutally murdering at least four. He was quickly dubbed "the vampire of Bucharest" after his victims were found with chunks of their flesh missing and holes poked in their necks, as if someone had been feeding on them. When the killer was eventually captured further twists surfaced as authorities began to wonder if vampirism and serial killing ran in this man's family...


Episode 68 - Halloween Special Part 2: There's Someone in the Attic with Incest

Halloween continues at RedHanded this week as Hannah and Suruthi bring you two more disturbing cases to keep you up all night. So, if you're not up for hearing about a murderous man secretly living in a family's attic, or about a stomach churning incestuous relationship between a mother and her adult son; I'd give this one a miss...


Episode 67 - Halloween Special Part 1: Scary Tupperware & Drywall Knives

It's Halloween, so in RedHanded tradition, the girls switch up the format and pull together the most disturbing and little known cases they can find to freak everyone the F out. This week's episode features a rather grim serial killer with some serious Ed Gein vibes, and a woman who will go to any grisly lengths to get what she wants. So curl up, hit play and prepare for scares.


Episode 66 - Little Boy Pot Pie: The Depraved Mind of Nathaniel Bar-Jonah

Nathaniel Bar-Jonah was a terrifyingly single-minded man; his only focus in life was to hunt, rape, torture and kill children. His depravity became clear in early childhood, and due in part to a lack of consequences for his dangerous behaviour, things only escalated. Eventually Bar-Jonah was arrested and what police officers found in his house led to one of the most stomach churning investigations in US history. It appeared that Bar-Jonah had not only been eating his victims but also feeding...


Episode 65 - Witchcraft, “Muti” & Murder: The Case of Victoria Climbié

The murder of Victoria Climbié was the first case to drag the horrors of witchcraft ritual abuse in Britain into the public consciousness. In this week's episode the girls follow the story of 8 year old Victoria's journey to London from the Ivory Coast and how she met her end at the hands of an abusive man who claimed that she was possessed by the devil. In this disturbing episode Suruthi and Hannah also explore other notorious cases of ‘Muti murder’ right here in the UK - like that of the...


Episode 64 - A Modern Maori Exorcism: The Death of Janet Moses

On the 12th of October 2007, 22 year old mother of two, Janet Moses the middle of her family's living room. Janet's family had become troubled by her increasingly odd behaviour in the days preceding her death. After consulting with a Maori priest they believed that she had been possessed by a demon; water, chanting and eye gouging became their only weapons in their desperate fight against the "Makutu" devouring Janet's soul. Join the girls this week as they ask; when a young...


Episode 63 - An Imperfect Witness: The Story of Kevin Green

Kevin Green called 911 claiming that he had come home to find his pregnant wife, Dianna, had been brutally attacked. The beating was so vicious that Dianna lost her unborn baby, she lost her ability to speak and she completely lost her memory surrounding the attack. That was until a few weeks later when she pointed the finger at her seemingly grieving husband. But with a serial killer also on the loose at the time, who was the real attacker?


Episode 62 - The Sims Family Murders

In 1966 Robert, Helen and Joy Sims were murdered in a grim “Strangers” style slaying in their home in Tallahassee, Florida. Nothing was taken from the house, nothing was left behind, there was no sign of forced entry and no one reported seeing anyone suspicious in the area - police were stumped. But massive overkill on 12 year old Joy Sims suggests that not only was she the intended target, but that this was personal. Join the girls this week as the delve into the coldest of cold cases with...


Episode 61 - Marc Dutroux: The Beast of Belgium

Over the course of two summers across Belgium six young girls went missing - their captor, Marc Dutroux, seemed untouchable as he brazenly abducted, imprisoned, raped and murdered his young victims. But this is much more than a sad story about a sick, sadistic pedophile; how Dutroux evaded arrest time and time again raises serious questions as to whether he was just a small part of a powerful pedophile network stretching to the highest levels of Belgian society...


Episode 60 - Ken McElroy: The Town That Got Away With Murder

In 1981 Ken McElroy was shot dead in front of at least 30 people in his hometown. Not one person called for help, not one person came forward to give evidence and to this day his murder remains unsolved. But people weren't afraid of Ken's killers, this was vigilante street justice exacted against a violent bully and pedophile, who had raped, abused, assaulted - and generally terrorised the people of Skidmore, Missouri. Finally the terrified residents had taken matters into their own hands.


Episode 59 - Danny Casolaro: The Man Who Knew Too Much

Governments kill people who try to uncover their dirty dealings, that's a fact. But is that what happened to Danny Casolaro? Danny claimed to be on the verge of connecting the dots between multiple governmental scandals and uncovering an international network of unbelievable crimes. 2 days after meeting his final source, Danny was found dead, could he have been onto something?


Episode 58 - Sharon Lopatka: The Woman Who Dreamt of Being Tortured to Death

This week Hannah and Suruthi delver into the dawn of the web, following the case of Sharon Lopatka, a woman who fantasised about being tortured to death. One day Sharon had enough and decided to make her fantasy a reality; she met her dream man online - a man who dreamt of torturing women. Eventually Sharon was found buried in a shallow grave, but the state of her remains left many unanswered questions about what really happened to her...


Episode 57 - House of Horrors: The Murder of Tia Sharp

12 year old Tia Sharp adored her Grandmother’s partner, Stuart Hazell. He'd been in Tia’s life since she was a baby, and he'd always been her loving “Grandad”. But unbeknownst to anyone in the family Hazell, a man with a dark past, was starting to have sick sexual fantasies about Tia... One day, out of the blue she vanished and her panic stricken family had no idea that they would eventually find her closer to home than they could ever have imagined.


Episode 56 - Snowtown: The Bank Vault Body Barrels - Part 2

This week in the concluding episode of the harrowing Snowtown saga; John Bunting and Robert Wagner start to spiral. As they killed with increasing impunity, the net began to close - and their eventual capture led to a trial so gruesome members of jury walked out in disgust.


Episode 55 - Snowtown: The Bank Vault Body Barrels - Part 1

On the 21st of May 1999 police in South Australia went to investigate the contents of a derelict bank in the small town of Snowtown. Inside, they found 6 large barrels full to brim with decomposing human remains. Little did they know, this was just the beginning of what would become one of Australia’s most unrelenting and harrowing cases. Australia Expert - Kelly Ryan