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It's the podcast dividing listeners as we bring unique insights and interviews with the world's most notorious serial killers. Our case files bring you the facts, but our exclusive interviews show you another side -- the human side. Amanda Howard is a best selling true crime author who doesn't just talk about serial killers, she talks to them. Now Amanda is sharing almost 30 years worth of research, including letters and never-before-heard recordings that will shed new light on famous cases. ...
 
In Season One Tony will cover his life with a brain injury and how it eventually led him to corresponding with some of the world's most notorious serial killers. The first season will describe Tony's 6 year relationship with David Gore. Through Gore’s letters you will get to know this monster’s most intimate thoughts. How he hunted, what were his trophies, personal detailed descriptions of killings, his Death Row relationship with Ted Bundy and how he literally talked his way into the execut ...
 
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This Is Horror Podcast

Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella

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The This Is Horror Podcast is a weekly show for readers, writers, and creators hosted by Michael David Wilson and Bob Pastorella. We interview writers, artists, publishers, editors, and creatives every week. We have interviewed over 200 creatives including Chuck Palahniuk, Joe Hill, Joe R. Lansdale, Charlaine Harris, Ellen Datlow, David Moody, Jennifer Lynch, Gemma Files, and Josh Malerman.
 
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This week, in Mio, Michigan, two long time friends head out from Detroit, to a hunting cabin, deep in the north woods, for weekend of beer drinking, and sitting in the woods. Along the way, they get lost, and end up in several very small town bars, drinking, and angering some locals. When the pair disappear of the face of the earth, police have no …
 
Prolific true crime author Diane Fanning recalls the story from her youth that inspired her first book about her time with a serial killer who admitted to a murder to her...and no one else. Find out why. Written, researched, and hosted by Kate Winkler Dawson/producer Alexis Amorosi/mixer Ryo Baum/sound designer Andrew Eapen/composer Curtis Heath/we…
 
This week, in Sanford, Maine, when a neighborhood girl disappears, then is found, half in a river, covered in sticks & leaves, police interview over one hundred people, in the hopes of getting some kind of clue that may lead them to the killer. Attention quickly focuses on a neighborhood teenager, with a creepy history, a love for girls that wear p…
 
This week, in Tillamook, Oregon, a father surprises his loving & upstanding family with a trip, up the Oregon coast, for a couple of days. This sounds great, until everyone comes up missing. Four of the five family members are found, deep in a National Forest area, but police & FBI don't know if Dad is a victim, or a terribly cold blooded murderer!…
 
In this podcast Ronald Kelly talks about Fear, Zebra Books, storytelling lessons, and much more. About Ronald Kelly Ronald Kelly is best known as a speculative fiction and “southern-fried” horror writer. His books include Fear, The Undertaker’s Moon, and Southern Fried and Horrified. Show notes Click the timestamps to jump straight to the audio. Th…
 
Tenfold More Wicked presents the premiere episode of Buried Bones, Exactly Right's newest historical true crime podcast. Buried Bones dissects some of history’s most dramatic true crime cases from centuries ago. Together, journalist Kate Winkler Dawson and retired investigator Paul Holes explore these very old cases through a 21st century lens. Lis…
 
Dr. Ann Burgess helped shape criminal profiling at the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit in the 1970s; Dr. Burgess has long been recognized as one of the leaders in the field of victimology. In their book, Dr. Ann Burgess and Steven Constantine focused on the victims, but also profiled the killers. Written, researched, and hosted by Kate Winkler Dawson…
 
In this podcast Ronald Kelly talks about Southern Fried and Horrified, Jack Logan Western Stories, writing horror, and much more. About Ronald Kelly Ronald Kelly is best known as a speculative fiction and “southern-fried” horror writer. His books include Fear, The Undertaker’s Moon, and Southern Fried and Horrified. Show notes Click the timestamps …
 
This week, in Ashdown, Arkansas, a strange night unfolds, from what seems like a typical Friday night of fish stick eating, and drinking at the local bar, for a mother & teenage son, living in a Texarkana area trailer. The son, a 17 year old dropout, turned welder comes home to a bloody scene, that looks like it's straight out of a horror movie. Th…
 
This week, in Cochranton, Pennsylvania, three young women navigate through relationships, with some lingering feelings, and resentments between two the women, who used to be in a relationship. Plans are made for everyone to get together, to move on, and be friends, but it all falls apart, when one of them gets reported as a missing person. No one c…
 
Tony, Al and Joey answer questions from supporters that were emailed into The Murder Phone Podcast. Here’s an example of the questions that were discussed. Is Hadden Clark still alive? Did you open the root cellar? Are you working with law enforcement? Did you tell Clark that you found the root cellar and what was his reaction? What has law enforce…
 
Vanity Fair writer Joe Pompeo uncovers unpublished details about one of the most fascinating cases found in the annals of true crime, the Hall/Mills murders. Pompeo investigates a story that fuses religion, betrayal, greed, and adoration, which offers us a complex and tragic portrait of a love story that seemed almost doomed from start. Written, re…
 
In this podcast Michael J. Seidlinger talks about My Pet Serial Killer, The Cecil Hotel, literary agents, and much more. About Michael J. Seidlinger Michael J. Seidlinger is a Filipino American author of Anybody Home? (CLASH Books, 2022), Scream (Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons), and other books. He has written for, among others, Wired, Buzzfeed, Thril…
 
This week, in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada, an unpredictable, and unbelievable scene happens, seemingly out of nowhere, leaving someone without a head, and some other body parts. The even crazier part is that the killer forced a large group of people to helplessly watch as he stabbed, beheaded, and began to eat the victim. When the murderer…
 
This week, in Washington, North Carolina, a very strange scene unfolds, when a man who doesn't seem to have much going for him, except a vampire name, has many women at his disposal, including a wife, and a pair of identical twins. While he lives in a trailer with his wife, and a school bus, with his twins, this odd arrangement doesn't end up worki…
 
In this podcast Michael J. Seidlinger talks about Anybody Home?, why people want likeable characters, performing vs. being our true selves, and much more. About Michael J. Seidlinger Michael J. Seidlinger is a Filipino American author of Anybody Home? (CLASH Books, 2022), Scream (Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons), and other books. He has written for, am…
 
A Pulitzer Prize finalist, Sierra Crane Murdoch’s book details a Native American woman’s fight to uncover the killer of a White man on the reservation where she grew up in North Dakota. Written, researched, and hosted by Kate Winkler Dawson/producer Alexis Amorosi/mixer Ryo Baum/sound designer Andrew Eapen/composer Curtis Heath/web designer Ilsa Br…
 
This week, in Cheswold, Delaware, a man who comes from absolutely awful conditions ends up leading a pretty predicable life of crime. Until one day, when he has a complete breakdown, going on a spree that ends up with a trail of terrorized people, and two dead people, one of which is missing half of a head. Its a horrible, bloody mess. The results …
 
This week, in Fort Smith, Montana, an ambitious, and educated young couple settle into this tiny town, with high hopes. But as things begin to crumble, there are everything from public arguments to assaults with, and over, cookies. One night, one of the couple leaves, and doesn't come home, only to be found, floating face down in the river, with pl…
 
In this podcast Michael J. Seidlinger talks about transgressive fiction, horror video games, replay value with books, and much more. About Michael J. Seidlinger Michael J. Seidlinger is a Filipino American author of Anybody Home? (CLASH Books, 2022), Scream (Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons), and other books. He has written for, among others, Wired, Buz…
 
In this podcast Clay McLeod Chapman talks about screenwriting, Whisper Down the Lane, Satanic panic, and much more. About Clay McLeod Chapman Clay McLeod Chapman is the author of the novels Whisper Down the Lane, The Remaking, and miss corpus, short story collections nothing untoward, commencement and rest area, as well as The Tribe middlegrade … C…
 
The tale of Lizzie Borden is one of America’s great true crime mysteries and no one has researched the case more deeply than author Cara Robertson. Find out new details about the suspected killer who might have gotten away with murder. Written, researched, and hosted by Kate Winkler Dawson/producer Alexis Amorosi/mixer Ryo Baum/sound designer Andre…
 
In this podcast Clay McLeod Chapman talks about Ghost Eaters, what a ghost is, why he likes horror, and much more. About Clay McLeod Chapman Clay McLeod Chapman is the author of the novels Whisper Down the Lane, The Remaking, and miss corpus, short story collections nothing untoward, commencement and rest area, as well as … Continue reading…
 
This week, in Bagdad, Arizona, a man is attacked, in his front yard by a masked assailant, who immediately flees the scene. The only evidence at the scene is a little blood, and some shards of potato, baffling the investigators. His new, young bride thinks that her ex-husband must be the killer, but it turns out, she's been shacking up with a local…
 
In this podcast Clay McLeod Chapman talks about performative reading, The Pumpkin Pie Show, early life lessons, and much more. About Clay McLeod Chapman Clay McLeod Chapman is the author of the novels Whisper Down the Lane, The Remaking, and miss corpus, short story collections nothing untoward, commencement and rest area, as well as The … Continue…
 
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