Criminal Broads podcast

Criminal Broads

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Criminal Broads is a true crime + history podcast about wild women who’ve ended up on the wrong side of the law, whether for leading a cult, serially murdering their husbands, swindling billionaires, or faking ectoplasm. The podcast is hosted by Tori Telfer, author of “Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History.”

74 Episódios

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    Crime-Fighting Broad 009: Violette Szabo, Secret Agent

    1:12:25

    The ugly: Nazis. The bad: a husband killed in battle. The good: one spunky, silly, kinda-loopy, very brave young woman. Meet Violette Szabo, the secret agent who packed a machine gun…just in case she ran into any Nazis on her mission.   ___ ****STAY IN TOUCH!**** toritelfer.com toritelfer@gmail.com tinyletter.com/toridotgov instagram.com/tori__telfer ___ Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to calm.com/criminalbroads for 40% off Calm’s entire library of soothing meditations. Go to dameproducts.com/criminalbroads for 15% off sitewide. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode68 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    Juvenile for Life: Sharon Wiggins

    47:34

    Sharon Wiggins killed a man in a bank robbery gone wrong when she was seventeen. Her state locked her up for life, no chance of parole. Then the Supreme Court stepped in, and Sharon started dreaming. This is the story of a woman with a dubious superlative: the longest-serving juvenile lifer in the world. __ Subscribe to my newsletter: tinyletter.com/toridotgov Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to dameproducts.com/criminalbroads for 15% off sitewide. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode70 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    Crime-Fighting Broad 008: Mary Vincent and the Survivor Narrative

    46:48

    In 1978, a man left Mary Vincent for dead. Ten years later, she told a journalist she’d never get over it. This is a story about surviving and about the narrative of the survivor—what we want from her, what she can’t always give us. Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to dameproducts.com/criminalbroads for 15% off sitewide. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode69 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    The Parker-Hulme Murder Case

    55:12

    In the 1950s, two lonely, imaginative teenage girls became best friends. Before long they had convinced themselves that they were the most mad, genius girls in the world. And then they began to dream of murder. — Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to calm.com/criminalbroads for 40% off Calm’s entire library of soothing meditations. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode68 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    American Juvenile: Cyntoia Brown

    48:27

    “Imagine at the age of 16 being sex-trafficked by a pimp named Kutthroat.” That was how the meme about Cyntoia Brown started. Cyntoia herself couldn’t believe it when she heard Kim Kardashian was tweeting about her. After a lifetime of being thought of as a bad kid—people were suddenly on her side? Cyntoia’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cyntoiabrownofficial/?hl=en Falicia Blakely episode: https://www.criminalbroads.com/episodes/2018/11/28/episode-14-teenager-in-love-falicia-blakely Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to dameproducts.com/criminalbroads for 15% off sitewide, and modernfertility.com/criminalbroads for $20 off your fertility test. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode66 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    The Massie Affair

    1:03:37

    One night in September, a white lady in a long green dress reported that she’d been the victim of a horrific crime. Her story transformed Hawaii—some people were outraged, some were sure she was lying. And then her mother got involved. Read David Stannard’s book on the Massie case here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/291248/honor-killing-by-david-e-stannard/ Become a patron: patreon.com/criminalbroads Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode66 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Guilty” by Richard A. Whiting, Harry Akst, and Gus Kahn, sung by Anna Telfer.      Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    Mother of Six: Hannah Overton

    47:52

    Hannah Overton loved kids. Everyone who knew her thought she was a wonderful mother. But then she found herself in court, with the media calling her a baby-killer and people on the witness stand saying she was a psychopath. Read Pamela Colloff’s article here: https://www.texasmonthly.com/news-politics/hannah-and-andrew/ Support Hannah Overton’s nonprofit here: https://www.syndeoministries.com/ Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to dameproducts.com/criminalbroads for 15% off sitewide. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode65 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Sisters” by Irving Berlin, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    No Drama Pam: Pamela Hupp

    59:42

    Poor Pam Hupp and her bad luck. First her best friend Betsy gets stabbed 55 times. Then her mother falls off a balcony. Then she gets KIDNAPPED. And now Pam, who wouldn’t hurt a fly, is in prison for life?! Some people just can’t catch a break, no matter how hard they lie. Read Jeanette Cooperman’s longform piece on Pam: https://www.stlmag.com/longform/pam-hupp/ Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to modernfamily.com/criminalbroads for $20 off your fertility test, and dipseastories.com/criminalbroads for 30 free days of sensual stories. Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads. Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode64  Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Sisters” by Irving Berlin, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    The Quietest Girlfriend: Catherine PiIeggi

    47:21

    Catherine Pileggi went from a flight attendant to a multimillionaire’s girlfriend. But after eighteen years, her relationship was on the rocks. Then one night—someone cracked. Was it him? Or was it her? Check out: lastprisonerproject.org Support the podcast at: patreon.com/criminalbroads Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode63 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Sisters” by Irving Berlin, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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    The Hitwoman Who Wasn’t: Blanche Wright

    45:21

    When Blanche Wright was captured in 1980, police said they’d found a vicious killer. And for decades, no one dug any further to find out who the real Blanche was. Michael Wilson of the New York Times comes on the podcast to tell us her story. Read Michael’s article on Blanche here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/26/nyregion/prince-charming-hit-man.html?searchResultPosition=1 Read more of Michael’s work here: https://www.nytimes.com/by/michael-wilson *** Support the podcast by supporting its sponsors! Go to Nutrafol.com and use the promo code BROADS to save fifteen dollars off your first month’s subscription! Or become a patron at patreon.com/criminalbroads! *** Follow on Instagram: Instagram.com/criminalbroads Find sources here: criminalbroads.com/sources/episode62 Music: Matthew Noble and Stereodog Productions (Dan Pierson & Peter Manheim). Intro and conclusion: “Sisters” by Irving Berlin, sung by Anna Telfer. Ad break:  “The Great One Step” by Victor Dance Orchestra, via Free Music Archive, licensed under Public Domain Mark 1.0.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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