A true crime podcast
NOVEMBER 21, 2021
In March 2021, London along with the rest of England was under a full national lockdown in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. An unusual mix of boredom, fear, and frustration permeated the country as it grappled with the ever-changing rules and restrictions.
The entire world it seemed, was just waiting for things to go back to normal.
But there was one man who didn’t see these once-in-a-lifetime circumstances as an obstacle – instead, he saw in them – a depraved opportunity to turn locked-down London into his own personal hunting ground.
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Ben and Narcy Novak’s marriage was held together by mutually-assured destruction. He had all the money. She had all the dirt.
This is the story of a wife who would stop at nothing to make sure that if she couldn’t have him, no one could.
In the Summer of 2004, in the quiet, soggy coastal town of Raymond Washington, a man lifted a body out of his family’s chest freezer. He struggled beneath its weight and couldn’t understand how his wife had managed to get it in there in the first place.
Halloween – the spookiest time of the year. It’s the time of year when we binge watch scary movies and begin to question the existence of demons. For one young man in Manteca, California, he wasn’t just questioning the existence of demons – he believed he was actually seeing them.
August 1990 – It was the beginning of a new academic year for University of Florida students. But someone was watching them through their bedroom windows at night, waiting for just the right moment to strike.
This is a story about a man born into a life of crime and raised by a prominent mafia family in Detroit, Michigan – Gunner Alan Lindbloom. It’s filled with all the makings of a Hollywood movie: comedy, romance, schemes, scams, sketchy characters, violence…and the occasional murder.
Imagine sitting on the back deck of a yacht, soaking up Pacific sunshine off the coast of Mexico with a cold Margarita in one hand, and the love of your life in the other. The kind of life a person would just kill to have.
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“This has quickly become my favourite Podcast. It is very professionally done and doesn’t stray into sensationalism. Minds of Madness ensures that the victim is treated with respect and I love the way that the episode usually ends with a close friend or family member speaking lovingly about the victim. It is rare to find a show like this that doesn’t glorify the killer and focuses on the victim and the facts – all the facts and theories even if sometimes the theories are extreme. Keep up the excellent work”
“I am waiting baited breath for your next story!! First podcast I’ve listened to and it’s still my favourite! Thank you:)”
“Soothing voice, no laughter or banter about the victims or perpetrators. Empathetic. These crimes are super disturbing, not the run of the mill. Highly recommended – and thank you from Norway for making this epic podcast.”
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