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Serial killers. Gangsters. Gunslingers. Victorian-era murderers. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Each week, the Most Notorious podcast features true-life tales of crime, criminals, tragedies and disasters throughout history. This is an interview show spotlighting authors and historians who have studied their subjects for years. Their stories are offered with unique insight, detail, and historical accuracy.
 
This Podcast is all about outlaws, bandits and pirates. Join me as we learn about the most notorious and even some of the not so well known bounty robbing rogues in history, together! Buckle up for a sheriff escaping, loot snatching, swashbuckling adventure!If you want to make a correction or just say hi, email me at: ryan@thestolengoodspodcast.comWww.thestolengoods.buzzsprout.com
 
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On May 30, 1899, history was made when Pearl Hart, disguised as a man, held up a stagecoach in Arizona and robbed the passengers at gunpoint. A manhunt ensued as word of her heist spread, and Pearl Hart went on to become a media sensation and the most notorious female outlaw on the Western frontier. Hailed by many as “The Bandit Queen,” her epic li…
 
Rose tells us the about Jan Broberg who was kidnapped twice at the ages of twelve and fourteen by a "family friend" who convinced her that she would be vaporized by aliens if she didn't do what he said. Jan has used her story to help other young children, as well as parents, to look for warning signs she and her family once missed. Then Lynn tells …
 
From his humble beginnings as the son of a Nobleman in Boulogne to an Admiral in the battle of Sandwich, this crafty monk does not get the recognition he deserves. Few outlaws have caused havoc on both land and sea. Email: ryan@thestolengoodspodcast.com Website: www.thestolengoods.buzzsprout.comBy Ryan McCarthy
 
As Poilievre pumps out videos with a tactic of quantity over quality, one of his recent rushed efforts gave us a glimpse of his inner sanctum. Rhys has examined it frame by frame to reveal some bizarre insights into the Conservative Leader. We also preview the 3rd annual WFUCAC! The video we watched: https://www.instagram.com/p/Ck_pjHxM6Jv/?utm_sou…
 
Buy Me a Coffee Music by Randy Niles. On this episode of Why Watch That: MOVIE FIRST LOOK The Wonder Website: Netflix TV SERIES PREMIERES The Calling Website: Peacock Tulsa King Website: Paramount+ Rogue Heroes Website: Epix TV SERIES FINALE The Good Fight Website: Paramount+ TV SEASON PREMIERE The Crown Website: Netflix Hosted on Acast. See acast.…
 
Lynn tells us about Frida Kahlo, a famous Mexican artist whose tragic life story was just about as popular as her art. She was the first female artist to outwardly express her pain and suffering through self-portraits. Then, Rose tells us about Jane Addams, an American settlement activist, reformer, social worker, sociologist, public administrator …
 
In the years following World War II, serial killer John George Haigh committed five perfect murders, using sulphuric acid to dissolve his victims into soup. His sixth murder, however, was hastily done, and led to his arrest, a trial and eventual execution. The case captivated the United Kingdom, especially when Haigh claimed he had drunk a glass of…
 
In the Early 19th Century the South China Sea saw a a huge influx in pirate activity. At the heart of this was woman who came from the humblest of roots to become the leader of the largest pirate syndicate in history. But How did she get there? Email: ryan@thestolengoodspodcast.com Website: thestolengoods.buzzsprout.com…
 
We interview the bold and talented Katy Jean. Seriously, don't miss this episode, she has amazing stories about getting drunk on cocktails with Maxime Bernier, having a staring contest with Pierre Poilievre and and hanging out with Queen Romano. Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/canadianpoliticsisboring Leave us a message: https://www.speakp…
 
Buy Me a Coffee Music by Randy Niles. On this episode of Why Watch That: TV SERIES PREMIERES Dangerous Liaisons Website: Starz Mood Website: BBC America The Suspect Website: AMC+ TV SEASON PREMIERE The Capture Website: Peacock TV SEASON FINALE Interview with the Vampire Website: AMC TV SNEAK PEEK The English Website: Prime Video MOVIE SNEAK PEEK Bl…
 
First, Rose talks about one of the worst women ever. Madame Delphine LaLaurie was a two-time widow who abused her slaves so bad that a mob of townspeople ran her out of town. Then Lynn tells us about Patty Hearst, an heiress who was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army and helped them rob a bank. Did she become one of them or was she just tr…
 
Bartholomew Roberts AKA Black Bart was possibly the most successful pirate of all time. But his record of over 400 ships being captured and destroyed came with a lot of horrible acts. Unlike Black Sam and Blackbeard, this man was a true villain.By Ryan McCarthy
 
In 1971 The Gastown riots, also known as "The Battle of Maple Tree Square" saw a ton of police mess up a herd of hippies with maximum property damage in Vancouver. But it wasn't a random event, this clash of generations had been brewing for months. Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/canadianpoliticsisboring Leave us a message: https://www.spe…
 
Buy Me a Coffee Music by Randy Niles. On this episode of Why Watch That: MOVIE FIRST LOOKS All Quiet on the Western Front Website: Netflix Confess, Fletch Website: Showtime MOVIE SNEAK PEEK Causeway Website: Apple TV+ TV SERIES PREMIERE The Bastard Son & The Devil Himself Website: Netflix TV SEASON PREMIERE The White Lotus Website: HBO TV SEASON FI…
 
Lynn tells us about a truly badass woman who turned her grief into a successful business. Georgie White was the first woman to run the Grand Canyon as a commercial enterprise. Then Rose tells us all about Marsha P. Johnson, an American gay liberation activist and self-identified drag queen who fought for LGBTQ+ rights until the day she died. Women …
 
In 1934 South Australian policeman Bill McKinnon is sent to investigate a murder and make arrests in the so-called "dead heart" of the country. After some of his Aboriginal prisoners escape, he tracks one of the unarmed men to a sacred rock formation called Uluru, traps him in a cave, and shoots and kills him. My guest is University of Sydney histo…
 
In a small town in Saskatchewan you can go see a ghost train that appears on a semi-regular basis. It's like a paranormal old faithful. Residents have seen it dozens of times, visitors see it if they hang out at the old rail tracks long enough. What the hell is it? A headless rail worker? An echo from the past? Car headlights? Become a Patron! http…
 
Buy Me a Coffee Music by Randy Niles. On this episode of Why Watch That: MOVIE FIRST LOOKS The Stranger Website: Netflix The Good Nurse Website: Netflix TV SEASON FINALES Power Book III: Raising Kanan Website: Starz The Patient Website: Hulu TV SNEAK PEEKS Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities Website: Netflix The Devil’s Hour Website: Prime …
 
Sorry for the bad audio this week, we have no idea what happened, but we tried to clean it up as best we could! Rose tells us about the ‘Bandit Queen’. Phoolan Devi put up with a lot in her young life but she always had a rebellious side. She decided that she wasn’t going to let the world treat her bad just because she was born poor and female. Lyn…
 
In 1931 a young woman named Helen Spence, part of a houseboat community along Arkansas' White River, shocked everyone when she stood up in a local courtroom and shot to death the man on trial for murdering her father and step-mother. What followed for Helen would be a nightmare journey of incarceration, torture and more murder. My guest, Denise Whi…
 
Only 11% of Canada is privately owned. A crazy state in a vast country with a historic housing crisis. Rhys gives Jesse a refresher course in geography, home ownership and other nonsense. Wait till the end for another ghost story! Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/canadianpoliticsisboring Leave us a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/canadia…
 
Jerome is the name given to an unidentified man discovered on the beach of Sandy Cove, Nova Scotia, on September 8, 1863. He didn't speak or understand English. Nobody has ever solved the riddle of who he was. Leave us a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/canadianpoliticsisboring Socials: twitch.tv/canadianpoliticsisboring/about Instagram: https://…
 
Buy Me a Coffee Music by Randy Niles. On this episode of Why Watch That: MOVIE FIRST LOOK The School for Good and Evil Website: Netflix TV SERIES PREMIERE Magpie Murders Website: PBS TV SNEAK PEEKS From Scratch Website: Netflix The Peripheral Website: Prime Video MOVIE SNEAK PEEKS American Murderer Website: Apple TV Raymond & Ray Website: Apple TV+…
 
Aileen Wuornos was the first known female serial killer in United States. Lynn takes us on a wild ride through her crazy life. Was she made a killer or was she born a killer? Then, Rose tells us about one of the worst moms ever. Diane Downs shot all three of her children to be with a married man who didn't want kids. Diane Downs - Wikipedia Diane D…
 
First, Lynn tells us about Misty Witherspoon, a woman who's spending problems got so bad that she took drastic measures for a little life insurance. Rose tells us about Zitkala-Sa, an amazing indigenous woman who overcame the trauma she endured at a Native boarding school and became an advocate for Native American rights. ‎Missing & Murdered: Findi…
 
Lynn tells us all about the life of Sojourner Truth, the American abolitionist and women’s rights activist, who sued the pants off of many white men....and won! Rose talks about pig farmer, Susan Monica, who lived in filth and fed her handymen to her pigs. Susan Monica Kills 2 Men, Feeds Them To Her Pigs | Crime News Susan Monica - Wikipedia Monica…
 
This week we talk about two extraordinary women who overcame traumatic childhoods to become amazing performers. Rose tells us about the 'Queen of Soul', Aretha Franklin, and how her music became the anthem for the civil rights movement. Lynn talks about Marilyn Monroe's rise to fame and her struggle with mental health. What Really Happened Between …
 
Rose tells us about Anna Nasset, a woman who was stalked for over ten years and helped put her stalker behind bars. Anna is now helping other victims of stalking with her not-for-profit, Stand Up Resources. Then Lynn tells us about Anne Bonny, a murderous pirate who later became a stay-at-home mom. If you or a loved one are victims of stalking or d…
 
In the winter of 1974 Athalia Ponsell Lindsley was in the midst of a bitter feud with her neighbor, Alan Stanford. The feud ended in brutal fashion on January 23rd when she was murdered in broad daylight on the front doorstep of her St. Augustine, Florida mansion with a machete. Suspects included both Stanford and her husband, James "Jinx" Lindsley…
 
Why the hell were hundreds of Poilievre's Youtube videos tagged for an online movement is made up of “male separatists” who seek to remove themselves from the negative influence of women? We talk nonsense about it. Leave us a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/canadianpoliticsisboring Socials: twitch.tv/canadianpoliticsisboring/about Instagram: htt…
 
Buy Me a Coffee Music by Randy Niles. On this episode of Why Watch That: MOVIE FIRST LOOK Hellraiser Website: Hulu TV SEASON PREMIERES Alaska Daily Website: ABC A Friend of the Family Website: Peacock Walker: Independence Website: CW Let the Right One In Website: Showtime TV SNEAK PEEK Shantaram Website: Apple TV+ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/pri…
 
On Nov. 28, 1969, Betsy Aardsma, a 22-year-old Penn State graduate student, was stabbed to death in the stacks of Pattee Library. The case remains officially unsolved, but my guest David DeKok thinks that he knows who murdered Betsy. He believes it was a troubled and hot-tempered fellow grad student named Richard Haefner, and lays out the evidence …
 
This is the first episode in a 4 episode series (was originally going to be 3) about Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. They didn't meet until they were about 30. But what about the early years? So this episode is all about Butch Cassidy before he starts a partnership that would live on in infamy.By Ryan McCarthy
 
With innovation in sustainable protein production getting more and more funding. The conspiracy world is convinced that famous communist, Justin Trudeau is planning to swap beef for bugs. Why would the World Economic Forum want us to eat bugs? What do they taste like? What the hell is going on? Leave us a message: https://www.speakpipe.com/canadian…
 
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