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James Marlow and Cynthia Coffman were a toxic couple who went on a murder spree in California in 1986. They both had rough childhoods and they met after Cynthia's boyfriend was housed at Folsom prison with James. They had no regard for their victims and murdered at least five as a way to finance their lifestyle.

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the lives and crimes committed by James Marlow and Cynthia Hoffman. Their murders were brutal and it was evident that they didn't see their victims as human beings. After they were caught, each blamed the murders on the other. Cynthia claimed that she was abused by James and had no choice but to go along with his plans. James said Cynthia was the mastermind behind everything.

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