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Fataliteas

Apr 1, 2020

In this episode, Alysa discusses the 1979 Roxbury murders, where 11 black women and 1 white woman would be murdered over four months in a 2-3 block radius. Alysa talks about victims, the role of black feminists, and the lack of media coverage and police involvement. All sources are located in show notes and any images...


Mar 19, 2020

In 1986, Christine Morton was murdered and, immediately, her husband, Michael, became the prime suspect. Michael would be wrongfully convicted of her murder and Alysa shares how this wrongful conviction came to be. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Instagram. 

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Mar 5, 2020

Alysa shares the story the Stayner brothers, Steven and Cary. Steven was abducted as a child and had an astounding return home seven years later, and Cary, many years later, is sentenced to death after murdering four innocent women. What are the odds these tragic events would impact one family? All sources are located...


Feb 16, 2020

Monty visits the podcast to hear the tale of the Monster of Montague. In 2014, Brent and Brendon McGuigan, father and son, were murdered by a man they had no relationship with, but the connection would shock the small rural island town in Prince Edward Island. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be...


Feb 12, 2020

Amber returns to the podcast to share the provocative tale of Catherine Monvoisin and the Famous Poison Affair from Paris 1600’s. We talk about the woman, the poisoning, and the outcome as well as how old tales are understood today and why we root for some criminals. All sources are located in show notes and any...