Bloody Murder 80 - The Murders of Denise Huber and Tosha Thakkar

July 16, 2018

The Murders of Denise Huber and Tosha Thakkar...

23–year–old Denise Huber went missing in the early hours of June 3rd, 1991, after attending a Morrisey concert. It would take three years and a strange series of events before her family would discover what had happened to her and how she ended up in John Famalaro's freezer.

Daniel Stani-Reginald had a very traumatic childhood, so much so it turned him into a psychopath and potential serial killer. After years of schooling himself in the art of murder, in 2011 he finally acted out his fantasies. This proved to be deadly for his neighbour, 24 year old Indian student Tosha Thakkar.

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Thanks to Professor Bambi Dudeman Ladypants Jr. the 3rd from Leongatha for supplying this weeks True Crime Nerd Time. It's a review of TV documentry mini series "Wormwood".

True Crime Nerd Time is a new segment on Bloody Murder and it needs your help because it stars you! We want you, our listeners, to submit your recommendations for anything true cime related! It could be books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, graphic novels, art, music etc. So send us your brief story (we’ll read it out) or record your story (it can just be a recording on your phone, and we’ll play it!). We will also publish it on our website. Keep it to about 2 mins please or 200 words. Email here! bloodymurderpodcast@gmail.com. Oh and if you give us your postal address we'll send you some stickers as a reward!

Don't forget to checkout the Moms & Murder Podcast! They're just a couple of gals, chatting about life and trying not to get murdered. Join them each week as they discuss both the infamous and unfamiliar stories in the world of true crime.

Bloody Murder Scents are here!

The perfume geniuses at Sue cray blay have created special Bloody Murder scents to go along with getting murdery. Andrea Fender sent us a whole box of them and I am in love with them all! They are so delicious! The Bloody Murder range features 4 different scents inspired by the podcast.

Lady Swears: is my personal favourite! It'll be sure to scare all the “old fashioned people” away. Lady Swears is a mixture of bourbon and sweeter notes - so you can swear like a lady while plotting your sweet revenge. It's the perfect scent to express yourself during a work meeting, in the car when someone cuts you off, or when someone tells you to "smile"..

Captain Moonlite: smells like your favorite glass of really good bourbon. You'll have the scent of the handsome bushranger by your side as you try to throw the coppers off of your trail.

Vodka And Swearing: is a fantastic scent with Juniper Sage and Lemongrass Mojito in the mix. Pull up a chair, fluff up your dirty pillows, put on some Vodka and Swearing and partake in your favorite indulgence.

Strawberry Milkshake: This blood red perfume has a deceptively sweet scent. Whether you're lounging by the pool listening to your favorite podcast or plotting to murder your millionaire spouse, Strawberry Milkshake will be sure to fool all around you into thinking there is no way you could be the suspect.

This range is available in perfume, whipped soap and beard oil. And features our Bloody murder logo.

You can buy them from www.sucreabeille.com

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Bloody Murder 79 - The Murders of Ramon Navarro and Alan Henry

July 9, 2018

The Murders of Ramon Navarro and Alan Henry...

Talented actor Ramon Novarro was a big star in Hollywood during the silent era. His career faded over the years, but he still enjoyed entertaining young male escorts with stories of his time in the spotlight. This is how he met hustlers the Ferguson brothers, who would end his life during an alcohol fuelled Halloween Eve.
Alan Henry thought Gloucester in country NSW would be a good place to retire, but after his wife passed he found that he need some assistance. Employing Natasha Slacke as a part-time carer proved to be a fatal mistake. She and her violent boyfriend Jason Grogen had chequered pasts and addiction issues that senselessly led to Alan's demise.

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Thanks to Jill Hidy-Hurtt for supplying this weeks True Crime Nerd Time. It's a review of John Douglas and Mark Olshaker's "The Cases that Haunt Us".

True Crime Nerd Time is a new segment on Bloody Murder and it needs your help because it stars you! We want you, our listeners, to submit your recommendations for anything true cime related! It could be books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, graphic novels, art, music etc. So send us your brief story (we’ll read it out) or record your story (it can just be a recording on your phone, and we’ll play it!). We will also publish it on our website. Keep it to about 2 mins please or 200 words. Email here! bloodymurderpodcast@gmail.com. Oh and if you give us your postal address we'll send you some stickers as a reward!

Don't forget to checkout the Sci-Gasm Podcast!

"If you like your Science quirky, with a hint of skepticism, then you’ve come to the right place. Sci-gasm is an all-out attack on your scientific senses where we discuss ideas, discoveries, inventions and people in Science which make you weak at the knees. If you are a regular Stephen Hawking or even if you just spent high school Science lighting your notebook with a Bunsen burner, we invite you to take a look at the stuff we know as well as the stuff we don’t, mix in some laughs and BOOM – Sci-gasm."

Also you must see Sue Henry's amazing "I forgive you" App. She also has a podcast!

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Bloody Murder 78 - The Murders of Aaron Pajich and Matthew Digby

July 2, 2018

The Murders of Aaron Pajich and Matthew Digby...

Vile goblins Jemma Lilley and her house mate Trudi Lenon had a selfish and stupid plan to make history as serial killers. Their first and only victim was Aaron Pajich , a trusting 18 year old computer game enthusiast with Asperger's syndrome, who was friends with Trudi's son.

After Lauren Batcheldor's house was burgled in 2010, she and Richard Walsh decided to take the law into their own hands. It would set off a chain of events that led to the kidnapping and torture death of Matthew Digby in Wollongong.

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Become a Bloody Murder Patron for over a dozen extra episodes, early release of some episodes, free merchandise and other sweet sweet benefits.

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Thanks to Ary from Murder Under the Midnight Sun for supplying this weeks True Crime Nerd Time. It's a review of Charles Graeber's The Good Nurse.

True Crime Nerd Time is a new segment on Bloody Murder and it needs your help because it stars you! We want you, our listeners, to submit your recommendations for anything true cime related! It could be books, TV shows, movies, documentaries, exhibitions, graphic novels, art, music etc. So send us your brief story (we’ll read it out) or record your story (it can just be a recording on your phone, and we’ll play it!). We will also publish it on our website. Keep it to about 2 mins please or 200 words. Email here! bloodymurderpodcast@gmail.com. Oh and if you give us your postal address we'll send you some stickers as a reward!

Don't forget to checkout Hildir Sif Thorarensen's new crime thriller book "Loner". Get it in paperback or kindle edition here.

"Which is worse, trying to catch a cunning killer leaving decapitated women in the woods, or trying to tame an unconventional forensic psychiatrist that seems determined to go his own way? The Oslo autumn is creeping in with its cold spells and Homicide Detective Julia Ryland is feeling pretty content with her team of three, but when the FBI behavioral analyst, Alexander Smith, is thrust upon her, the crisp autumn air doesn't feel as refreshing anymore. A young Icelander is found dead, an arrow piercing his heart and the extensive list of his former lovers suggests that many long nights are ahead. The murdered lothario suddenly becomes the least of their problems as headless corpses start appearing in the woods, positioned in terrifying ways and on their bodies they find messages that don't seem to have any meaning at all."

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