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Small Town Murder

James Pietragallo, Jimmie Whisman

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Two comedians look at a small town, what makes it tick, and a murder that took place there. In depth research, horrible tragedy, and the hosts' comedic spin on the whole thing. New episodes every Thursday!!
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This week, in Summerville, South Carolina, two women meet in rehab, and one invites the other to live at her house, rent free. This new tenant has a cray past, and present, because she is a meth smoking, pill popping, booze swilling maniac, with an estranged husband, living behind a Wal Mart. Problems arise with the roommates, resulting in a most h…
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This week, in Kalamazoo Township, Michigan, when bodies start to be found all over the place, no could have predicted that this was two brothers, in some kind of competition with each other, but it may be just that. Two brothers, both serial killers, but not together, and they kill for much different motives. A crazy tale, involving serial killing,…
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This week, in Hot Springs, Montana, a simple night of some cousins, getting together to drink, and enjoy the natural hot tubs turns into a horrific killing of one of the cousins, by another. This seemingly unprovoked, and brutal killing truly puzzles the whole family. Especially, since this murder has an even more unexpected, and brutal cherry on t…
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This week, in Edgerton, Kansas, a wild family dynamic leads to fighting, insults, bad feelings, and eventually a dastardly murder plot, from the person you'd least expect. As cruel & brutal as it was, it was almost the perfect crime, but when the body is stumbled upon, the whole web of lies comes crumbling down, turning a mother against her son, an…
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This week, in Price, Utah, a mysterious man, in a multi colored hat terrorizes the town, when he tries to abduct a young girl, gets chased off, and ends up horribly murdering a woman, while her young daughter looked through a key hole. Police are forced to let the suspect go, but later on, with help from the now grown daughter, they notice somethin…
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This week, in Radford, Virginia, when a young lady goes out to dance, she meets a good looking guy, with a very dark past, that she knows nothing about. By morning, she's missing, and the whole area searches for her with no luck. Once blood is found, the investigation heats up with more detectives, psychics & tracker dogs, but she is nowhere to be …
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This week, in, Long Branch, New Jersey, a respected woman is murdered, in the street, as people from a nearby restaurant hear her screams, all while her cop husband rushes to the scene. Was it just a robbery? Or was it an intricate plot, with many dismissed alternate murder plans, that ended up in this awful & vicious killing? In the end, we get a …
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This week, in Cape St Claire, Maryland, a couple tries to build a family, by adopting children, who come from rough beginnings, but when they are brutally killed, in their own home, the suspicion falls on the adopted teenage sons. Was it the one who they kicked out of the house, for being combative? Or, was it the quiet one, who never talked back? …
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This week, in Carmel, Indiana, a custody battle between exes turns dangerous, when one starts asking around, about any hitmen that can help out. When none seem to be available, the whole thing turns into a ridiculous comedy of of errors, involving the killer's children, and other exes, before this person finally succeeds with the murder, using some…
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This week, in Phillips, Wisconsin, it's someone who can best be compared to a mixture of BTK, Dahmer, Ted Bundy, and David Parker Ray (Toy Box Killer). His fantasies got out of control, so he attacked, tortured, murdered, and ate parts of his victims. He also argues with himself in different voices, and made a tape, that details all of the horrible…
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