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In this episode the doctors talk about the extremely rare crimes of Female Sexual Homicide Offenders, with an overview of current, yet small amount of, current academic research. They also talk about convicted child murderer Melissa Huckaby and The Moors Murders. They also do a quick review on female sex offender typologies. Remember to use the cod…
 
This week the docs cover the infamous studies of Psychology giants Stanley Milgram & Philip Zimbardo. These social psychologists contributed heavily to the way we understand how people's behavior can be influenced, for better and for worse. They also connect some of the more recent concepts like Active Bystandership to contemporary issues. You can …
 
How far are you willing to go for your team? This week the doctors talk about the research and psychology behind our obsession with sports and how it can turn deadly in an instant. They will explore what sports mean to our identity and what the risk factors are for violent interactions. Bryan Stow Foundation: https://bryanstowfoundation.org/ When M…
 
Entertainment or dangerous blood sport? From OJ to dancing fleeing felons... the docs explore why we love police pursuits here in L.A. and why we probably shouldn't. You can find all of our resources on our website: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.f…
 
Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh wrap up this three part series by addressing solicitation offenders aka the To Catch a Predator types. They talk about the ethics of such investigations when crossed over in the world of entertainment. We also break down typologies, the criminal & mental health backgrounds of these offenders, and what life after prison looks …
 
Another installment in this multi-part series on Internet Facilitated Sex Crimes. In Part 1, we gave you a broad overview and some stats in how this horrific phenomenon exploded with the progression of technology. In this episode (Part 2), we will talk specifically about Child Pornography offenders and in a further, subsequent episode will dissect …
 
Hide yo kids! We are here to bring you a multi-part series on Internet Facilitated Sex Crimes. In Part 1, we give you a broad overview and some stats in how this horrific phenomenon exploded with the progression of technology. In Part 2, released separately & later this week, we will talk specifically about Child Pornography offenders and in a furt…
 
We are dropping Part 2 of our conversation with Bootsy + Sal of the End of Watch podcast. Not only is the content very important, but we thought it important to give some additional insight into the world of law enforcement while we are taking time to work on another project. Hopefully, you’ve already listened to Part 1 in episode 44! This was reco…
 
Down the rabbit hole we go...Let us introduce you to the conspiracy theories of QAnon and the timely COVID "connections," while exploring how & why seemingly average people can fall for conspiracy theories. Mentions: QAnon Anonymous podcast: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/qanon-anonymous/e/55750815 Reply All podcast: https://gimletmedia.com/shows…
 
Please enjoy this crossover episode with Bootsy & Sal of the End of Watch podcast for a real conversation about the toll a law enforcement career can take. From undercover work, to physical injuries, to shootings- we cover the many reasons why law enforcement officers can silently suffer and what is being done to combat it. PART 2 OF THIS CONVERSAT…
 
With help from their friend and veteran crisis negotiator, Sgt. Harry Drucker, Doctors Shiloh and Scott discuss the psychological considerations given to the field of crisis negotiations. Additionally, they give you the formula for your next hostage- themed script while reviewing some classics like Dog Day Afternoon & some terrible hostage movies l…
 
A listener question stemming from her own concern about relatives working in the medical field spawned this mini episode. The doctors talk grit, gratitude and self-care while addressing how much trauma we can expect to see after the COVID-19 pandemic is over. Mentions: Road To Resilience podcast https://www.mountsinai.org/about/newsroom/road-resili…
 
Today we are covering the Psychology of the Con, including victim selection & the Psychology of the Con Artist which includes the Dark Triad of personality characteristics. Promo: Women & Crime https://womenandcrimepodcast.com/ Mentions: Private Investigation for the Missing blog https://investigationsforthemissing.org/ Missing Maura Murray podcast…
 
Recording remotely, thanks to COVID-19, the doctors have a few tips to maintain your mental wellness in these unprecedented times. And, to keep things light, they review a number of serial and mystery poopers and discuss possible motivations for this behavior. They also touch on Coprophilia; from a safe distance, of course. Promo: Mind Over Murder …
 
In these times of social distancing, we are bringing you a different kind of "sickness." What do you get when you have highly pathological & toxic parenting and loads of money? You get a child who acts like he sees his parents act, a person with very little empathy and a horrible decision-maker. In this episode we discuss the Affluenza Teen, Ethan …
 
Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh dive into the "wild world of sports" this week and look at professional athletes and their violent crimes, specifically focusing on murder. They explore the unique cultural aspects of the Oscar Pistorius case and the numerous contributing factors to Aaron Hernandez' involvement in multiple murder and attempted murder cases. H…
 
Dr. Shiloh & Dr. Scott are very pleased to speak with writer Robert Kolker, author of Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery, the best-selling book about the women who have fallen victim to the Long Island Serial Killer. The book has also been adapted into a film set for release on Netflix in March 2020. Get your tickets to the 2020 True Crime Po…
 
Now this is a scary concept and difficult one to define, but we try! We dive into known research on murder-suicide & family annihilation by highlighting the Lizzie Borden case and some modern day cases that follow and divert from the traditional profiles. Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and star…
 
Dr. Shiloh & Dr. Scott use the cannibal cop case as a jumping off point for exploring the etiology of cannibalism and the ways it has been intertwined into other true crime stories. They also discuss intrusive thoughts that we all experience, the development of fantasies and the danger of criminally prosecuting someone for their disturbing thoughts…
 
The rare condition of Capgras Syndrome (believing a loved one has been replaced by an imposter) is discussed with some true crime murder examples from the 1800's to current day. Mentions: Anchor: anchor.fm You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The ea…
 
Please check out the live show event with Rebekah Sebastian of Yellow Tape True Crime Triva and Die-Alogue that took place on October 20, 2019 at The Friend Bar in Silverlake, CA. If you want to fast forward to the interview portion, it starts at 20:26. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHSHlkg4WsA&t=5s https://www.yellowtapetruecrime.com/ --- This e…
 
The doctors take some fun and deep questions from their listeners about pedophile documentaries, teen suicide rates & social media, preventing violence in schools, as well as the best/ worst parts about their jobs, self-care, what kind of music they listen to and whether or not they go to therapy themselves! Mentions: Die-Alogue podcast https://www…
 
Dr. Scott covers founding father, Griffith J. Griffith, and his dirty little intimate partner violence secrets at the turn of the century & Dr. Shiloh tells you about the OG criminal profiler, Dr. J. Paul de River, and his involvement in some of Los Angeles’ most horrific crimes throughout the 1930's and 1940's. Mentions: Heritage Square Museum htt…
 
Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh delve into the world of nurses who kill their patients, and sometimes others as well. And of course we talk about everyone’s favorite fictional killer nurse, Annie Wilkes. You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way…
 
For the 2019 Halloween episode, the docs bring you all things Clowns! They talk about the research behind why clowns are creepy and help define what creepiness is. They include a run down of modern negativity around clowns in crime and the media (including all the 1980's gems) and cover the Clown Panic of 2016! Mentions: Office Ladies podcast https…
 
The doctors give you the background on the statistics and components of Intimate Partner Homicide, including stalking, coercive control, and the significance of strangulation as an act of intimate partner violence. This then leads into the story of Connie Navarro, mother of American guitarist and street artist, Dave Navarro. She and her best friend…
 
After coming upon some further research, the doctors bring you this follow-up to episode #27 on Stockholm Syndrome. Please listen to the prior episode first for a historical perspective and what preliminary research says about the phenomenon. This episode highlights the evolution of the term and how it is most often being applied to forensic cases …
 
Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh provide a quick recap of Delusional Disorder before getting into the definition of a shared delusion or psychosis: Folie A Deux, also known as The Madness of Two. The docs talk about the bizarre true stories of The Eriksson Twins and the Slender Man assault. They also review an X-Files episode on the phenomenon as well as the…
 
The doctors do a deep dive into Stockholm Syndrome by covering the original case, the lack of validated criteria for the concept, the evolution of how it is used and a few terrible films depicting the relationships between captors and hostages. EPISODE NOTES Promo: Fool Me Twice, A True Crime Podcast www.foolmetwicepod.com Mentions: Nordic True Cri…
 
Re-recorded "live" show with the Getting Off podcast from the 2019 True Crime Podcast Festival. Please listen to Part 1 on the Getting Off podcast. Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh discuss psychological and legal points to the fascinating Mary Kay Letourneau case with attorneys Nick and Jessa from the Getting Off podcast. This crossover touches on the facts …
 
The docs are back after a July break and they catch us up on the True Crime Podcast Festival in Chicago! Dr. Shiloh & Dr. Scott discuss stalking, the crime of the 90's, and the psychologcial concepts behind it for the victim and the perpetrator. They touch on Rebecca Schaeffer, the Tarasoff rule, delusional disorder & celebrity stalking in LA. Dr. …
 
It's Pride month and it has been 50 years since the Stonewall riots. Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh continue to highlight marginalized victims by covering several serial & mass killings in which the victims, perpetrators or motives were part of the LGBTQ+ community. Included are the Trash Bag Murders of NYC, Jeffery Dahmer, Andrew Cunanan,the Pulse nightcl…
 
You asked- we answered! The docs update you on their recent training and answer listener questions about how they met, their favorite episodes, their views on the exploitative nature of true crime entertainment, upcoming topics and tons of other stuff. You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --…
 
This episode blends story-telling of The Cleveland Strangler, Anthony Sowell, and his disregarded victims while using his case and a 2005 psych report to look at why comprehensive sex offender risk assessment is so important. You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode is sponsored…
 
Following the interest in the Madeleine McMann disappearance, Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh talk about affect & presentation after expereincing a trauma and other similar cases throughout history, including the JonBenet Ramsey case. You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode is sponsored…
 
This mini follow-up episode to Episode 12 on Columbine focuses on bouncing back from trauma and thriving through resiliency and post traumatic growth. You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- S…
 
It has been 20 years, an entire generation, since the landmark mass school shooting that changed everything. Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh attempt to bring awareness to the impact the event had on April 20, 1999 and what we have learned since then. They discuss the contagion or “Columbine Effect” of media coverage of mass shootings, murder-suicide & stres…
 
This episode,the docs are bringing it back to LA. They review the genius of iconic architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, and his tragic brush with death that inspired his famous designs in Los Angeles. Additionally, they explore the his son’s most infamous house in the heart of LA with the literal receipts linking it to the most notable unsolved murder in…
 
We critically examine the Amanda Knox case and Netflix documentary, Amanda Knox. We will catch you up on everything that occurred over the 8 years of this saga and examine the “troubling behavior” (not our words or impressions) of Amanda during the events. However, this episode is more about the other key players in the story that shaped the wrongf…
 
In rare fashion, the doctors are on the heels of this week’s biggest news story, the Jussie Smollett case out of Chicago. At the release of this recording, actor and singer Jussie Smollett has been indicted and arrested for orchestrating his own hate-fueled attack and falsely reporting this to police. The community has been reeling and wondering ho…
 
You’ve asked, so we answered! We cover all things forensic psychology in this “nerd alert” episode. This is for you if you are considering graduate school, want to know more about the legal system and psychology, want to know how the doctors found themselves here, plus some details about types of therapy and evaluations forensic psychologists condu…
 
This episode bring us all back to our favorite true crime subject, serial killers. And not just your average serial killer, but the special breed of trucker serial killers. Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh go into how crime analysts started realizing that highway serial killings was a nationwide epidemic before exploring specific killers featured in the docu…
 
The docs finally find a fascinating way to talk about one of their favorite miniseries, Manhunt: Unabomber. They dish about the show itself and then relate Episode 6’s topics of Incels to Ted Kaczynski with a special guest. Retired FBI profiler and forensic linguist, James R. Fitzgerald gives his insight into Kaczynski’s sexual development and stru…
 
Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh discuss one of their most interesting topics to date: Incels or the “involuntary celebates.” They talk about the origins and evolution of the incel community and touch on various flavors of diagnoses that appear to be prevalent with these individuals. They also highlight three high-profile cases of violence perpetrated by m…
 
Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh psychsplain the diagnosis of Dissociation and relate it to season 1 of The Sinner and the docuseries The Keepers, while touching on several forensic psychology topics such as competency evaluations and malingering. You can find all of our resources on our website here: https://www.la-not-so-confidential.com/ --- This episode …
 
In this Bonus Halloween episode, Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh interview their dear friend, Al Hobbs, a super fan of the The Exorcist. He will fill us in on how he became fascinated with the movie & the book, personal stories of the real possession victim and will help us dive deeper into the experiences of the film crew and actors. You can find all of …
 
Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh team up with Tammie and Brice of the podcast Hollyweird Paranormal to examine the classic horror film, The Exorcist. Dr. Scott will catch you up on the history and cultural aspects of possession, while Tammie gives you the receipts on the true story of possession that influenced the movie. Then Brice fills us in on the curs…
 
Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh analyze The Staircase documentary from a psychological perspective, covering the odd characters in the series and the influence is had on the audience & jury, as well as the struggles of families of people going through the criminal justice system. They also offer their theories of what happened. You can find all of our res…
 
This episode we are bringing you something a little more light than dark (some dark, psychobabble rants included) with an episode dedicated to the crime shows we loved this last year and the nominees. Dr. Shiloh dives into the true crime story of The Assassination of Gianni Versace by exploring the background of killer Andrew Cunanan, his psychopat…
 
This first episode of Season 2 centers around the criminal behaviors of Arson and the psychological disorder of Pyromania. After being contacted by Frank Girardot, the true crime author, about his recently released book Burned: Pyromania, Murder and a Daughter's Nightmare, Dr. Shiloh and Dr. Scott decided that it was timely to cover the story of Jo…
 
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