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Las Vegas based true crime podcast with three sin city smart asses. We dissect compelling murders and crimes, that also lead to interesting conversations, and the occasional drunk babbling.

Las Vegas based true crime podcast with three sin city smart asses. We dissect compelling murders and crimes, that also lead to interesting conversations, and the occasional drunk babbling.
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Las Vegas based true crime podcast with three sin city smart asses. We dissect compelling murders and crimes, that also lead to interesting conversations, and the occasional drunk babbling.






Ken & Barbie Killers, Eh?

Paul Bernardo and Karla Holmolka, were another fire and gasoline couple who both seemed in need of just a little shove in the right the direction, or in this case, the wrong one...obviously. In any case, they found that missing piece in each other, here are the masters of manipulation, the Ken & Barbie Killers. Oh, and they're Canadian....surry bout that. Speaker in Intro is Jordan Peterson(excerpts from his lecture were used.)...


In Got Damn Broad Daylight!

Ken Rex McElroy was a man with a strange hold on the small town he grew up in. In a place where everyone knows everyone, you'd think a man would want keep his reputation clean, not McElroy. The crimes and atrocities he committed against his neighbors were acts of revenge for the wrong-doings he thought were done to him and his family. The line of what is "too far" becomes quite blurry in this...


Marjorie & Jay Orbin

Marjorie Orbin had it all, she lived a life of comfort and glamour as she traveled the world dancing and stealing men's hearts. That is, until, she met Jay Orbin. The man who gave her everything she wanted, including a son. Everything was going fine until their marriage hit a little speed bump and Jay's torso was found in the Arizona desert…then, naturally things got…complicated. Facebook Twitter/Instagram: @TrueCrimeGuys...


The Tragic, Complex Story of Aaron Hernandez

Aaron Hernandez was a tight end in the National Football League. A productive player during his three seasons with the New England Patriots, his career came to an abrupt end after his arrest and initial conviction for the murder of Odin Lloyd, but that was just the tip of the iceberg, we thought we knew this story…we were mistaken. This is, without a doubt, one of the saddest sports tragedies in American...


The Sultan of Smut

On Friday, Nov. 13, 1970, Michael Thevis slipped into his office early for an important meeting. With balding hair and a tidy goatee, the 38-year-old business owner looked like any other executive working in downtown Atlanta. His company headquarters spanned an entire city block of historic Marietta Street and commanded annual profits of $25 million—more than Hewlett-Packard or Hershey Foods. But Thevis wasn’t in computers or chocolate. He was in America’s hottest new commodity:...


We Finally Did Katherine Knight.

Katherine Mary Knight is the first Australian woman to be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. She was convicted for the murder of her partner, John Charles Thomas Price, in October 2001. Knight stabbed Price to death, skinned him, then put his skin on a meat hook and cooked his head and parts of his body with the intention of feeding them to his children…soooo, not a dinner episode, if you were wondering. Facebook Twitter/Instagram: @TrueCrimeGuys...


Cash Me [check] If You Can

Frank "Balls-of-Steel” Abagnale pulled his first con on his very own father, then went on to impersonate a pilot, a doctor, AND a lawyer all before he was 20. This guy could do it all! With a fake check and a smile, he was damn near unstoppable. *Monologue in intro is a clip from the 2002 Steven Spielberg movie “Catch Me If You Can” *Other clips were from interviews with Frank Abagnale, himself. Facebook Twitter/Instagram: @TrueCrimeGuys...


Introducing Monstruo

The heart of a man is darkness... No person, place or culture is immune to extreme violence. Be prepared to take a journey, a tour of the world, where the most horrible atrocities have occurred. Murder, rape, incest, dismemberment, & cannibalism... no terrifying detail will be left unexplored. Based on actual events, this immersive audio experience will shock you, terrify you, and possibly make you ill. From the creators of Sword and Scale, Dark Topic & The Westside Fairytales comes...


In With The Devil...and he has Mutton Chops.

What does a big shot, athletic, good looking, drug dealer and a socially awkward twin serial killer with muttonchops have in common? Nothing, duh. But yet their lives became intertwined in a way that would change them forever. This is the crazy story of Jimmy Keene and Larry Hall. To Catch a Serial Killer Book In With The Devil by James Keene with Hillel Levin Facebook Twitter/Instagram: @TrueCrimeGuys...


Jim Jones & Jonestown

In this Episode we give the freeloaders another taste of Patreon magic with a little trip down to Guyana. If you like this little taste of Flavor-Aid, there’s more where that came from at Happy Holidays, and as always, Keep Creepin’! This episode includes a song from The Original Five Blind Boys of Mississippi - "I Never Heard A Man" Facebook Twitter/Instagram: @TrueCrimeGuys...


D.B. Cooper Part 2: Get Up Offa That Plane!

In part two of the DB Cooper saga we talk about some copy cat criminals, as well as some leading suspects. We recorded this the night before thanksgiving, one of the biggest drinking days of the year, so….yea, this one was a blast! Enjoy, and remember just... “Let DB Be”. KEEP CREEPIN’! Original DB Cooper Broadcast *This episode includes excerpts from a conversation between Joe Rogan and Tony Hinchcliffe, about D.B....


Let D.B.(Cooper) Be: Part 1

D.B. Cooper is a name popularly used to refer to an unidentified man who hijacked a Boeing 727 aircraft in the northwest United States, in the airspace between Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington, on the afternoon of Wednesday, November 24, 1971. He extorted $200,000, in ransom (equivalent to $1,234,000 in 2018) and parachuted to an uncertain fate. Despite an extensive manhunt and protracted FBI investigation, the perpetrator has never been located or identified. It remains the only...


Behind Asylum Bars: The Nellie Bly Story

Nellie Bly, born Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman, was an American journalist who was widely known for her record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days, and an experiment in which she worked undercover to report on a mental institution from within. (Thats the one that got our attention). She was a pioneer in her field, and launched a new kind of investigative journalism. Bly was also a writer, industrialist, inventor, and a charity worker. When Bly was first approached with this opportunity she...


The Axeman of N'ORLINS

The Axeman of New Orleans was an American serial killer active in New Orleans, Louisiana from May 1918 to October 1919. Though there were similar murders as early as 1911. The perpetrator was never identified, and the murders remain unsolved. Was the Axeman one person? And if so, Why did he do it? Was it a for the thrill, compulsion, sexual pleasure, or maybe, just maybe….it was to promote Jazz. We kept all options on the table. -_- KEEP...


The Mosquito of Nuremberg

In 1972, Kuno Hofmann was a deaf mute German labourer, a cripple who had spent nine years in mental institutions. According to the public prosecutors, he was perfectly sane and fully accountable for his actions. But his actions were…strange, by any normal standards. What sort of actions, you might ask? Oh just forced entry into graveyards and mortuaries near his home in Nurenberg, looking for freshly dead bodies. He chose his victims from death notices in the newspapers, and methodically...


The Mild Murders of Wild Bill

James Butler Hickok, better known as "Wild Bill" Hickok, was a folk hero of the old west known for his work across the frontier as a wagon master, soldier, spy, scout, lawman, gunfighter, gambler, showman, and actor. He earned a great deal of notoriety, hugely in part, by the tales that he told about his own life. Some believe his exploits to be fictitious, but they remain the basis of much of his fame and reputation. Whether you believe the hype or not, Hickok has one hell of a story, and...


The Heist of the Damn Century

"Without weapons, nor violence, nor hatred"… those were the words scrawled across the vault wall at the Societe Generale in Nice, France. But how did they get there? And more importantly, how did anyone manage to enter the vault? With a door of steel three feet thick, the extremely cautious Lloyd’s of London deemed it so secure they saw no need for an alarm. This is the story of Albert Spaggiari, the world’s smoothest bank robber, or we think so anyways…Enjoy! KEEP...


If You're Happy And You Know It, Tell Your Face.

We loaded up the creep van and hit the open road again with another trucker! This time its Keith Hunter Jesperson. Growing up in rural Canada, Keith had his share of childhood woes that seemed to only get worse with his family's move to the United States. Eventually deemed "The Happy Face Killer",Keith terrorized the western US for years and wrote about in truckstop bathrooms, so, yea, there isnt a whole lot of "happy" in this one. KEEP...


Do You Really Love Me, Cinnamon?

David Brown, an entrepreneur, a computer wizard, and millionaire by age thirty-two, seemed to be doing very well for himself, but when his beautiful young wife, Linda, was shot to death as she slept, Brown's fourteen-year-old daughter, Cinnamon, confessed to the murder. But in the wake of Cinnamon's conviction, there was a revealing trail of perverse love, twisted secrets, and evil mind games. In this episode, we dive into the mind of one the most twisted sociopaths we’ve ever...


Triskai...Triskaidek...The Fear of 13

You could say Nick Yarris hit a streak of bad luck in his life, between being a victim of sexual abuse, brain trauma, adolescent drug and alcohol abuse, and of course, there was that short little 22-year stint on death row for a murder he didn't commit. Ya know, if you lay it all out, it sounds like the “shit scale” may be tipped in his favor. We hope you enjoy the tragic, yet inspiring story of Nick Yarris. KEEP CREEPIN'! The Fear of 13...