To change things up a bit, Carol and Stephanie talk about someone who is not a murderer: Gino Meneghetti, who spread his crimes across five countries, robbing his way into the Interpol most wanted list, only to end his career in crime at the ripe old age of 90.
This week, Stephanie and Carol finally cover something that is not Brazil: the Chilean serial rapist an murderer Roberto Martínez Vásquez, also known as El Tila. The hosts are joined by Midori all the way from Chile to discuss Tila's weirdly artistic, socially conscious crimes.
Microphone malfunctions pair well with justice malfunctions. On this episode, Carol and Stephanie dive into the case of Aline Silveira Soares, whose death remains unsolved, and the botched investigation that almost put four people in jail.
On this episode Carol and Stephanie covered another vintage crime that is one of the most well known in Brazil: the murders at the Little Castle on Apa Street. This building is known for being haunted and was left in disrepair for several years until the state started working to restore it back to its glory.
On this week's episode Carol and Stephanie cover one of the biggest heavy hitters in Brazilian crime history: the murder of the Richthofen couple in 2002. Killed by their own teenage daughter, the Richthofens were known as a very discreet "perfect" family. Where did things go wrong?
In honor of the World Cup, Stephanie and Carol cover the crimes of soccer player José Ramos de Oliveira, also known as Idalino, who killed salesmen Aloisio Milet Martins Ribeiro and Geraldo Cavalcante de Brito for a damn car.
On this double episode, Carol and Stephanie discuss two cases that overlap in so many ways. Patricia Acioli and Marielle Franco were not only killed for doing their job really well, they died because of Rio's rampant corruption and failed security.