Episode 90

Episode 90

Update: 2017-05-2154
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When Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Claudia Rowe, author of The Spider and The Fly, decided to write to a serial killer, she wasn't prepared for how it would change her life. In her quest to understand the nature of cruelty, she ended up discovering much more about herself. Kendall Francois murdered at least eight women and hid the rotting corpses in the home that he shared with his mother, father, and younger sister. A large foreboding figure who emanated a pungent odor, he demands that Rowe offers personal details of her life in exchange for the answers she is seeking. She does not comply with his wishes, which leads the reader to wonder "Who really is the spider and who really is the fly?"

Comments (5)

Matt Gielow

The author says the word "surely" more than I've ever heard it in my life. Also seems to be on serious defense of herself.

Mar 16th
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Jeannette Sanchez

There are "plenty" of African American serial killers? I wasn't aware of this. I've only heard of a handful at most.

Mar 1st
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Genevieve Areson

just listened to this episode....I grew up not far from Poughkeepsie in Middletown NY. Did you know that the Hudson Valley had 2 serial killers in the 90s? How about an episode on Nathaniel White, serial killer that committed his murders in Middletown NY?

Feb 15th
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Bolivar Rosario

Amazing episode!

Aug 4th
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Jocelyn Yan

Bolivar Rosario AGREE!

Aug 5th
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Episode 90

Episode 90