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Fataliteas

Apr 17, 2019

Amber revisits the podcast to tell Alysa the incredibly sad story of 24-year-old, Mitrice Richardson, who was arrested, went missing, and was found dead several months later. They discuss the case, theories about what happened to Mitrice, and some small communicative acts that could have potentially changed...


Apr 3, 2019

Jennifer, host of the Haunted Happenstance, joins Alysa over Boston Harbour Tea to discuss how the Waltham murders in 2011, if investigated more thoroughly, could’ve potentially prevented the Boston Marathon bombings. We chat about the Boston Strong, the doctors and first responders who did so much to help those...


Mar 20, 2019

Carrie, co-host from The Vocal Fries podcast, joins Alysa to talk about the Pig Farm Killer from Canada, Robert “Willie” Pickton. This grotesque case leads into a discussion of sex workers and missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada as well as missing women of color in Washington, D.C. and how the media...


Mar 6, 2019

Heather Welch from the Sunshine & Powercuts podcast joins Alysa over a cup a tea across several time zones to discuss the deadliest shooting in New Zealand’s history, the Aramoana Massacre. In the discussion, they talk about mass versus spree killing, massacres in the United States, and “the best explanation...


Feb 20, 2019

Claire returns to the podcast to discuss the murder of 18-year-old Kaitlyn Arquette. The 1989 murder is a complicated case declared a “random shooting,” but Kaitlyn’s determined mother, author Lois Duncan, does all she can do, including seeking out the assistance of psychics, to make sense of the murder of her...