A Badly Researched True Crime Podcast

A Bloody Mess – The German Cannonball!

A Bloody Mess – The German Cannonball!

Join Jim and Chen for yet another podcast!   This time they focus on either Cannonballs or Cannibals!  Give it a listen to find out!  With the wurst jokes you can think of along with some interesting facts, come listen to find out the story of The Master Butcher -...

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Episode 38 – Smelly Bobby Tulip

Episode 38 – Smelly Bobby Tulip

This week the lads tell the story of Smelly Bobby Tulip AKA Robert Black.   A scottish Serial killer come paedophile.   In this episode we cover his young life and move onto his confirmed kills.   Its not a pleasant episode so there is a mid episode interval where...

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Episode 37 – Loving Some More Dix

Episode 37 – Loving Some More Dix

The lads return this week for the final chapter in the story of Glyn Dix. Once again Jim tries to link the murders to something akin to some sort of Satanism, Chen pretends he understands and as always, the boys may have had one too many beers. It is a long episode so...

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Episode 35 – A to Z of Torture Part 2

Episode 35 – A to Z of Torture Part 2

Join the lads as they finish the A to Z of torture methods.   This episode even has a special guest clip from a Scottish Podcast, Which Murderer! We hope you enjoy this episode, and as always we welcome feedback and you can get in touch via the links below!...

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Episode 34 – A to Z of Torture

Episode 34 – A to Z of Torture

Join the lads as they discuss torture methods ranging from A to Z.   Well, that was the plan anyway but the boys manage to even mess up the simplest of tasks! Listen to find out more We hope you enjoy this episode, and as always we welcome feedback and you can...

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Episode 33 – Junko Furuta

Episode 33 – Junko Furuta

Join the lads as they take on the sad sad story of Junko Furuta.   A young Japanese girl who was kidnapped, tortured and killed after 44 day in captivity. This episode see's Jim tell us tales of his travels to Japan as light interludes to the lighten the dark...

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