In this week’s episode, Halley geeks out over typewriters and escape rooms, the girls talk through the tragic timeline of Tim Piazza’s bid night death and discuss the culpability of frat boys, and Karah lightens it up with some Rocky Mountain mischief makers.
Karah delves into the story of America’s newest serial killer, Cosmo DiNardo, and walks us through the horrific events of his most nefarious week. Meanwhile, Halley refuses to admit she was wrong about Alexa, is still obsessed with Uber crimes, and of course, can’t resist talking about OJ. Oh, also: meth-heads doing meth-heady things.
OPP: Other People’s Podcasts
Tapped from Feral Audio
Lore hosted by Aaron Manhnke
Convicted hosted by Brooke Gittings
Up and Vanished hosted by Payne Lindsey
90% laughter, 10% profanity… Halley and Karah really let down their hair this week. Struggling to push through vacation blues and not ready to face the world’s depravity, the girls stick to the lighter side of true crime — an all-night prison riot, the “Groundhog Day” of trials, and a lot of entertainment news: a new mini-series Halley is geeking out about, Chip and Joanna being sued because Waco sucks, and of course, OPP (Other People’s Podcasts). And almost no one dies.
Up & Vanished hosted by Payne Lindsey
Pretty much every week, Halley tries to sneak in just ONE more story than there is time for. Ipso facto, every week, Karah has to cut a story prior to publishing. Since the girls are on vacay this week, feast your ears on a minisode mashup of what DIDN’T make it into the first four episodes.