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Don't Read These After Dark: A Horror Book List for Tweens
The skull-and-crossbones jack-o'-lantern dust-jacket art makes this a natural for any Halloween tie-in display. I really enjoy this series. Lindy and her assorted dance company friends always keep the story interesting, especially Rebo. He is terrifically constructed. Plus Lindy is never certain what is going on with her marriage and this always lends to the story line as well. The additional characters, those working on the fair as well as those against the fair, really assist the story line. People who enjoy theater mysteries will love this one.
Plus listener hometown stories including Adam Walsh , the girl in the box, and the Petaluma Tickler. The ladies also discuss TV shows The People vs. OJ and Autopsy, and read listener hometown murders. Plus a hometown murder story by Doug Loves Movie cohost Karen Anderson and listener's favorite murders! Georgia Hardstark, Vince Averill. Plus stories and favorites from listeners! We read your hometown submissions and favorite murders on the topic of the week.
Plus murder books and personal stories galore! Happy listening!
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Plus your favorite murders and lots of stabby talk! Plus a hometown murder from comedian Kara Klenk. Loads of murderey fun! Plus lots of small murder talk and personal stories plus all the staying sexy and not getting murdered you've come to know and love. Enjoy, murderionos! Please remember to stay sexy and don't get murdered! This episode is brought to you by Fullscreen--get a free one-month trail at: fullscreen. The Sawny Bean legend and the Princes in the Tower are the murders of choice, along with a listener hometown murder and a discussion of the new Simpsons documentary.
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- Keys of awakening.
- Hamlet (Dover Thrift Editions).
- The Haunting of Shawley Rectory by Ruth Rendell (Part 1/2).
Enjoy, Murderinos! Plus a rad listener hometown murder and tons of banter. This episode is brought to you by Fullscreen! Get your free one-month trial today at fullscreen. Plus must-watch documentaries and all the banter you can handle. Plus Georgia is bested by a hometown murder. Plus a hometown murder by comedian Matt McCarthy. They're all succinct and horrifying!
Plus a hometown murder by comedian Guy Branum!
- Spiritual Gaze Poems (WORDSHAPES Book 4).
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- Living on the Borders of Eternity - The Story of Samuel Davies and the Struggle for Religious Toleration in Colonial Virginia.
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- All The True Stories Referenced In American Horror Story!
- Famous Murders: The Boy In The Box!
Does Elvis get a cookie this time? Tune in to find out! This week, Karen and Georgia talk the increasingly surreal Jane Mixer case along with the Co-ed Killer and then recount the incredible survival of Jennifer Morey. Karen and Georgia read your hometown murder stories including the the Texarkana Moonlight Murders and the Sasebo Slashing.
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M8 Oct 11, MFM Minisode 8 Karen and Georgia read a selection of your hometown murder emails and dole out a small serving of true crime to get you through your week. Karen and Georgia share the story of the killer priest, Gerald Robinson , and prepare for their trip to Chicago with a breakdown of the Gage Park stabbings. Then they tackle the notorious and tall Co-ed Killer, Ed Kemper. Plus a hometown murder picked right from the studio audience!https://www.npago.com/images/como/byxa-sexshop-gay-barcelona.php
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Plus more True Crime trading cards! On this episode, Karen and Georgia delve into the mystery of the Somerton Man and discuss the bioterror attack by followers of the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. This week Karen and Georgia recount the harrowing survival story of Jennifer Holliday and the tragic case behind the creation of Megan's Law. Always in fashion and never full price, it's My Favorite Murder!
To celebrate, Karen and Georgia read two New Zealand hometown murders, the dirty secret behind Kip's Tacos , and more. Karen and Georgia read your hometown murders from all over the world including Austria, Ireland, El Paso Texas, and more. Sam Sheppard and the murder of his wife, Marilyn Reese Sheppard. Karen and Georgia retell an 'I Survived'-esque story, read a pot-smoker's near brush with a killer, and more. Plus a hometown murder from comedian Kurt Braunohler. This week Karen and Georgia read your hometown murders including a neighbor with cannibalistic intentions, the Wesson Massacre , and a near miss while peeing in the woods.
This week, we read hometown murders and near misses from Portland and the surrounding Oregon wilderness.
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