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Every Monday, Serial Killers takes a psychological and entertaining approach to provide a rare glimpse into the mind, methods and madness of the most notorious serial killers with the hopes of better understanding their psychological profile. With the help of in-depth research, we delve deep into their lives and stories. Serial Killers is part of the Parcast Network and is a Cutler Media Production.
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When relentless high school bullies started dunking Joel’s head in urine-filled toilets, and throwing eggs at him after class, he needed a way to regain control. And unfortunately for 17 women around the Long Island area in 1989, he found a drastic outlet for his aggressions.Sponsors!Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order at PairOfThieves.com/KILLERS.
In the early 90s, vulnerable women around Vancouver were disappearing at an alarming rate, but the authorities had yet to recognize the crisis, or even admit that there was a likely killer on the loose. Meanwhile, “Willie” Pickton’s nefarious reputation continued to grow in his hometown.Sponsors!Ring Neighbors - Go to Ring.com/SERIAL to download the free Neighbors app from iOS or Android app stores today.Zola - To start your free wedding website and also get $50 off your registry on Zola, go to Zola.com/KILLERS.
This Canadian grew up on a pig farm in the 1970s, so slaughtering livestock became second nature. His pig meat was the most sought-after in the county... until the meat started arriving dark, blackened and stringy. Sponsors!The Farmer’s Dog - Get 50% off your two week trial of fresh, healthy food at TheFarmers Dog.com/KILLERS. Plus, you get FREE shipping!Ring - Get a special offer on a Ring Starter Kit at Ring.com/SerialKillers
Hollywood is one of our most celebrated institutions, but do you know the dark shadows draped over its early years? In this new Parcast Original, we reexamine unknown and overlooked histories of society's beloved cultural touchstones. Every multi-episode series will take on a new topic, from the music industry, to sports, and even dating and romance.In this clip, we introduce the complicated story of Hollywood's founding as a religious utopia. Subscribe to THE DARK SIDE OF on Spotify or wherever you listen to Parcast to listen to the rest of this episode!
After his candy store closed in 1968, Dean Corrll needed a new way to bring in young victims from the greater Houston area. So, he recruited two teenage boys to lure their friends to his apartment, where he would drug and kill them. Sponsors! Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order at PairOfThieves.com/KILLERS.
In 1962 he took over the family candy shop outside of Houston and was only too happy to give away treats to the children who would come 'round after school. Of course, nobody suspected that the local Candyman, Dean Arnold Corll, was also abducting said children, killing them, and burying them under the shed.Parcasters - Did you know that Hollywood, CA was originally conceived as an alcohol free religious utopia? Learn more about the founding of tinseltown on our new podcast, THE DARK SIDE OF... Listen now at parcast.com/darkside
After successfully murdering four women in Eastern Michigan without a whiff of suspicion in 1969, John Norman Collins began to believe he would never be caught. He grew increasingly brash, returning to crime scenes and toying with police. Sponsors!The Farmer’s Dog - Get 50% off your two-week trial of fresh, healthy food at TheFarmersDog.com/KILLERS. Plus, you get FREE shipping!
By 1967, he seemed to be a well-adjusted college student in Ann Arbor, Michigan. But the real reason for John Norman Collins' confidence lay far from the local college campus. Rather, in an abandoned farmhouse deep in the woods, where he could visit his victims again and again, admiring his handiwork.Sponsors!Pair of Thieves - Get 20% off your first order when you go to PairOfThieves.com/KILLERS.
By 1996, he settled down in a small village in Ukraine with his girlfriend, and was a loving father-in-law to her children. But the voices in Anatoly Onoprienko’s head would not let him rest. His ruthless, random violence launched the largest manhunt in Ukranian history--and even then, police could not put an end to the killer they called The Terminator.Sponsors!Ring - Get a special offer on a Ring Starter Kit available right now. Go to Ring.com/SerialKillers.
He wanted to be remembered. He had spent a life cast aside and forgotten by his parents, siblings and peers. He hated the world that seemed so eager to forget him. So in 1989 Anatoly Onoprienko began killing whole families at random, seeking notoriety and revenge. And thanks to the fall of the USSR, this former Soviet was able to operate for years, as evidence of his crimes were swept under the rug.Parcasters - What was it like to live through the Titanic tragedy? Find out today on survival! Available now at parcast.com/survival
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Joe Scro

I love this podcast. Super informative

Jun 17th
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T Dot 25

did anyone else episode cut out at Dean's confession?

Jun 13th
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Kirsten Farr

good factual podcast, but very dry presentation of info, just lacks the love that other podcasts have because the host started it from scratch. this is just a business.

Jun 7th
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John Barney

Danny Rolling, Gainsville Ripper would be interesting. I lived through that one

Jun 6th
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Diana Marie Erickson

where did all the episodes go???

Jun 5th
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Shanda Riney

You can find the complete ending on Spotify.

Jun 3rd
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Kerri Maguire

Pretty well covered, however the armchair Mental Health diagnoses of Mary Ann Cotton based upon her behaviour is unhelpful and could even be downright harmful. So many mental health problems in the DSM-5 have so many similar attributed that labelling serial killers with certain things can warp the way people see them. Yes, she did horrible things, yes she was traumatized but there's no record of her day-to-day non-murderous behaviours to give any sign of PTSD, and all irresponsibly labelling killers does is add to the stigma.

Jun 2nd
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Vic Underwood

I just hate the disclaimer for Vanessa. couldn't you just give us that in the introduction or episode I. She knows her shit.... we get it!

May 31st
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Jordan Arnold

why does this cut off at the end? love the podcast, but what is up?

May 30th
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Adulting 101

I feel it's the "bodyguard"/"driver"....🤔

May 30th
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Dat Tran

Maybe stop introducing new podcasts and work on improving the ones you already have.

May 29th
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claudia

yeah, the episode cuts off

May 29th
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Pranjal Gupta

I've listened to so many episodes of this show yet have never felt this much disturbed 😖

May 29th
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Jasmine

We love a content warning

May 27th
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Russell Perkins

cuts off

May 27th
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Udit Bhide

episode cuts off mid sentence at 47:41

May 27th
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Hugo Stiglitz

These podcasts are really pissing me off. The idea of serial killers is bad enough but hearing about them killing innocent people and pets or animals in general is especially infuriating. Especially the sickos that target women. Not that I'm a man hater, I'm the complete opposite. I despise the whole feminazi and "woke" agenda but maybe it's the white knight in me that makes their murders of women harder to bear. I always knew there was something seriously wrong with the type of people who hurt animals for no reason. that's such a high level of sociopathy that I always knew they have no place in society so I'm not at all surprised that it's very common among serial killers. Really bugs me because at least if they kill a person, they'll receive what they deserve as punishment but for killing pets? Our ridiculous justice system almost treats it as a misdemeanor and that really doesn't sit well with me in a scary way

May 21st
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Sam

if you did your research, you would know that military service in Russia was, and still is mandatory.

May 17th
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Terrence Oden

Ah, the Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga they went through great lengths to hide this

May 12th
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Marie

please make all of the episodes available.

May 10th
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