Kudzu Killers: Homicide and Sweet Tea

A True Crime, History and Science podcast
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George "Machine Gun" Kelly. Bootlegger, bank robber...henpecked husband? On this Forensic Friday we look at the case that landed George in Alcatraz for the last time. And the Oklahoma oilman who led the FBI to capture George. There were a lot of firsts for forensics in this case, as well as infamous trials. We also talk about Kathryn Kelly, the woman who made her husband famous.
What do three wax museums, cutting horses, murder and insurance fraud have in common? This story, that's what. Listen to the story of the murder of a Dallas socialite and horse enthusiast, which is still unsolved. See who you think done it.
Ever wonder what a person goes through as death nears? What about the stages of decomposition and how that helps forensic investigations? In this week's episode, Lark explains these stages. A bit of gore, so listen with caution.
In the middle of the night, September 30, 2005, Levi King broke into the home of Brian Conrad, and murdered him, his pregnant wife, and 14-year-old stepson. Even the family dog. But he missed both shots at 10-year-old Robin, the sole survivor of his 2 day killing spree. Includes an excerpt of the 911 call placed by 10-year-old Robin.
The year was 1856. Twenty-three years old, widowed, and in a new city, Kate Warne had the audacity to walk into Allan Pinkerton's office and ask for a job. No, not the secretarial position he'd advertised, but the one for a detective. A trailblazer in her time, and this is her story.
One little boy asked the judge to send him to Dozier School for Boys because he'd heard it was like summer camp. Little did he know the lies he'd been told. The Dozier School for Boys had a cemetery out back for the boys who didn't survive punishments meted out by the one-armed man. It wasn't a small cemetery.
Coffin births have been documented as far back as the 1500s. This episode explains the phenomenon as well as why we don't see it as frequently today.Promo for Sudio earbudsPromo for Kudzu Killers Podcast's Halloween Sweeps Week
It's said Austin, Texas lost its innocence that day, when four teenage girls were raped, murdered, and set on fire. Four teenage girls who were looking forward to a sleepover that would never happen.
If you're a fan of CSI or NCIS, or any number of shows dealing with murder investigation, you've likely seen their version of an autopsy. Listen today to find out what they got right, what they got wrong, and what's involved behind the scenes of forensic, clinical, and pathological autopsies.
Dr. Christopher Duntsch operated on 37 people between December 30, 2011 to June 26, 2013, and maimed, paralyzed or flat out murdered 33. This is a story of, as one doctor described him, a "crazed maniac," and how his conviction set precedent for surgeons and hospitals across the country.
Ever wonder about the executioner, the guy who flips the switch or pushes the button? Tomorrow on Kudzu Killers: Homicide and Sweet Tea, Lark explores the other side of the curtain.
It seems Todd Kohlhepp was born to be bad. From an early age, he terrorized children in nursery school, and that behavior progressed as he grew older. When a woman was found in a shipping container on his property, the jig was up. Now everyone would know the extent of Todd's crimes.Includes promo for Nopeville podcast.
This week on Forensic Friday, Lark discusses human taxidermy, brain theft, and body snatching. Tune in for some truly odd stories.
Delphine LaLaurie, New Orleans socialite and thrice married matron, had a secret. Her attic was a torture chamber, and her victims were slaves. Join us to delve into the life, loves, and psychopathic lunacy of Madame LaLaurie, and take a look inside her murder mansion.
This week, Kim's talking all about mummies. How they were embalmed, who dug them up, and both new and old ways we've studied them. Download and listen to the mummy tales.
Paul John Knowles started his life of crime at 8 years old, with petty theft and burglary. His own daddy put him in reform school. But when he got in his late 20s, stealing was no longer enough. Settle back with you glass of sweet tea and let us tell you about one of the most prolific, and puzzling, serials killers in the Southern U.S. Included: The cold case of Virginia State Trooper Johnny Rush Bowman, who was murdered August 19, 1984. Information courtesy of www.defrostingcoldcases.com Trailers for What the Suck Podcast (@whatthesuckpod1} and CrimeLapse: True Crime Podcast (@CrimeLapsePod)
Gun, check. Knives, check. Pickle jar...what? On this Forensic Fridays mini episode, Lark discusses unusual methods of murder. Tune in and learn--but don't use--these unique weapons and deaths. Some are definitely disturbing, so listener beware.
Nanny Doss loved to bake prune pies for her family. She just neglected to tell them her secret ingredient: rat poison. Sick and twisted tale of a woman, a box of prunes, and a taste for murder.
Ever think about what happens after you die? Have you ever considered donating your body to science? I mean, we don't need it anymore, right? How about donating to a body farm? Tune in and learn a little bit about what body farms are, and how they've...
Channon Christian and Christopher Nelson were leaving a friend's apartment in Knoxville, Tennessee when they were carjacked and kidnapped by a gang of criminals. Their horrific torture and murders were the things of nightmares. This isn't a fun episode,...
Robert Eugene Brashers was a burglar, a rapist, a thief. He was also a serial killer. In our second episode of Forensic Fridays, find out how an ancestral DNA testing lab helped identify him for decades old crimes. 
She just wanted to find a rich man to take care of her. After a horrible childhood filled with abuse, Omaima Nelson had finally found her man in Bill. What went so horribly wrong that Thanksgiving? Tune in to find out.
In a joint venture with a group of podcasters, we're presenting an interview from Occultae Veritatis regarding the disappearance of Ashley Morin. Ashley, an Indigenous woman from Saskatoon, Canada, disappeared two years ago, and her family just wants to...
We all know there's an investigation after a murder, and the body is removed, and evidence is collected. But what happens after all that? Who cleans up the mess? This episode deals with the art of restoration, or crime scene clean-up.
We all know that, when a murder occurs, there's an investigation by police, there's a forensic team who gathers all the evidence, and there's the coroner, who takes the body away for autopsy. But what happens after that? Who cleans up the mess left...
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Kudzu Killers Podcast
Podcast Status
Jun 8th, 2020
Latest Episode
Oct 13th, 2020
Release Period
2 per week
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes

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