Bloody Murder 25 - The Egg Man and Paul Anthony Evers

July 31, 2017

The Egg Man and Paul Anthony Evers...

Sexual sadist Michael Ross was raised on a chicken farm in Connecticut and honed his strangulation techniques on malformed chickens as a child. At university he started stalking women, then raping them and finally he became a serial killer. There were a lot of scary things about the Egg Man but the scariest of all was how non-threatening he seemed.
Unemployed Sydneysider Paul Anthony Evers had a history of mental illness and a sexual relationship with his half-sister. Increasingly paranoid and stressed by the demise of his relationship he went postal with a shotgun in a block of housing commission flats after thinking his neighbour had called him a “dole bludger.”

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Bloody Murder 24 - John-Claude Romand and Bushranger Ben Hall

July 24, 2017

John-Claude Romand and Bushranger Ben Hall...

Frenchman John-Claude Romand’s medical qualifications, prestigious job and fortune were all part of an elaborate series of lies he’d been telling everyone he knew for over 20 years. When cracks started to show in his completely fake perfect life he came up with an evil plan to murder his parents, family and mistress.

Ben Hall never killed anybody; in fact he was one of the nicest bushrangers anyone ever met and an inspiration for the future career of a young Ned Kelly. His gang were clever and capable, only robbing the rich and always staying one step ahead of the law. That is until a fateful day in 1865 when the law caught up with him hard.    

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Bloody Murder 23 - Charlie Starkweather and Kevin Simmonds

July 17, 2017

Charlie Starkweather and Kevin Simmonds...

Charlie Starkweather was a high school drop out from Lincoln, Nebraska who idolised James Dean. In 1958, he and his 14 year old girlfriend Caril Anne Fugate killed 11 people during a 2 month road trip and murder spree which became the inspiration for the films Badlands and Natural Born Killers, among others.

Kevin Simmonds was a milk-loving bank robber from Sydney who gained nation wide attention after a daring prison escape in 1959. Eluding authorities for almost 5 weeks he became a folk hero with the people, despite killing a prison warder. When the law caught up with him it would not be kind.    

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Bloody Murder 22 - Melanie Jane Smith and Paul Haigh

July 10, 2017

Melanie Jane Smith and Paul "The Deformed Butterfly" Haigh...

Melanie Smith has earned her place in history as one of the worst mass murderers Wales has ever produced. Her volatile nature, relationship paranoia and alcoholism culminated one horrible night in 2012, when she cold-heartedly started a fire in her upstairs neighbours' pram.

Paul Haigh was an Australian serial killer who brought trauma and death to virtually all he encountered. He was a self-centred small time crim who perceived himself to be living by an honourable criminal code when in actual fact it was merely an excuse for his psychopathic behaviour.      

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Bloody Murder 21 - The Railroad Killer and the Cangai Siege

July 3, 2017

The Railroad Killer and the Cangai Siege...

Angel Maturino Resendiz was a Mexican serial killer who slipped across the U.S. border and roamed the country by freight train, robbing, sexually assaulting and murdering people who lived near the railway tracks in their homes.

In March 1993, three men went on a balls-out, nine-day rampage across QLD and NSW, wreaking havoc and building up their body count before everything culminated in a deadly siege at a farmhouse at Hanging Rock Station in Cangai.      

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