Episode 62: Albert Cochran How many murders can you get away with?

Janet Baxter was killed on a cold November night in Maine in 1976 during a quick trip to the A&P to get some cold medicine. When her murder was finally solved 22 years later, the man who did it shouldn’t have been much of a surprise. It turns out Baxter was just one of five people he was convicted of or suspected of killing.

Serial killer? Family annihilator? Or just a hot-head? We discuss.


Episode 53: The Hart family, not what they seemed

When two apparently loving moms and their six kids plunged off a California cliff to their deaths, the pattern of abuse and control that lead up to it made many wonder how the red flags weren’t seen earlier.

A discussion with our special guest host, our sister Liz the college professor.