who do unthinkable things.
Based out of Toronto, ON Canada, The Minds of Madness is a True Crime Podcast that examines the most disturbing criminal minds and the impact these violent crimes have on victims and their families.
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Host / Tyler
Producer / Bek
Head of R&D / Kate
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On the evening of November 6th, 2000 in La Jolla California, a distraught 24-year-old woman by the name of Kristin Rossum made a frantic call to 911 reporting that her 26-year-old husband wasn’t breathing. When paramedics arrived on the scene they discovered Greg De Villers on the bedroom floor surrounded by rose petals…and their wedding photo placed by his head. He was warm to the touch, but unresponsive. At 10:19 p.m., Greg was pronounced dead. Join me now, as we take a look back into the suspicious death of Greg De Villers and how the lovers paths came to cross. Together we’ll discover what secrets lay hidden beneath the surface of a seemingly joyful marriage.
Hi, I'm Tyler the host or should I say "The Voice" behind The Minds of Madness Podcast. Just like you, I started out as an avid listener and I got hooked onto True Crime after binging the podcast Serial. As I moved quickly through many of the True Crime podcasts out there, I began running out of podcasts to listen to. Having a background in editing sound for TV and Film, I decided I wanted to give podcasting a shot. I could never have imagined that the little show I started up in our basement, would be heard by people from around the world.
Bek is the Producer of The Minds of Madness Podcast. Her experience working as a freelance TV Producer/Writer/Director for charitable organizations helps to bring the professionalism and quality you hear in each episode. Her passion for telling stories that provide a voice for the voiceless is what sets our True Crime podcast apart from others. She infuses the compassion she feels for the families of the victims you hear about in these heartbreaking stories.
Kate is the Head of Research & Development for The Minds of Madness Podcast. She's been a listener & supporter of the podcast since the early days. Her career working as a certified paralegal, victims advocate & witness coordinator for a prosecutor's office, allows her to bring the diligence and respect that comes through in all of our research. Kate also helps keep us connected with our listeners and manages all of the extra content delivered to our amazing Patreon supporters, as well as on Facebook and Instagram. She also manages our group of researchers and writers, while digging deep into research herself.
“I recently discovered this podcast …
and just fell in love. Well researched and produced, a host with a pleasant voice and an amazing choice of music. Some episodes make me cry, others make me want to hit something - all of them have gotten my full attention.”
- Birgitta Iselov Lycke