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If you like true crime and funny, homicidal people, boy are you in the right place! Jon DelCollo, Jake Mattera and Mike Rainey bring to you Lil Stinkers, a podcast which focuses on some of history's worst people, who also happen to be very funny.
 
We all know the stories of how creative people get into the business of creating for a living, but how did they start using their imaginations in the first place? On the Beginnings podcast, writer and performer Andy Beckerman asks well-known and on-their-way-up comedians, musicians, writers, artists and thinkers about their earliest creative acts, their formative childhood experiences, and how they've developed both creatively and emotionally over the years. Beginnings is part therapy, part ...
 
Tangents are bountiful and connections with people are priority. A journey through life's wondering trail of ups and downs. Along with some detailed learning opportunities along the way. Please join myself, friends and family, as we share stories from our journey to hopefully better yours. No family, or relationship with anyone, or anything is perfect. We want to say that you are not alone in your struggle. My name is Jake, I am 31, married, have a 6 month old, 2 dogs, and a house with a lar ...
 
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This lil nasty ass, noodle dick-having, Dracula-looking motherfucker went on a rabbit/dog/cat/people killing spree, biting into his victims in a desperate attempt to get his "missing blood" that he was convinced was at the root of his issues. If you like Lil Stinkers, please consider supporting us at Patreon.com/lilstinkers and get access to our en…
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician Tim McIlrath of Rise Against. Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Tim grew up about an hour outside Chicago in the suburbs where he started playing in punk bands. In 1999, Joe Principe and Dan Wieklinski formed Rise Against out of the break-up of their former band 88 Fingers Louie, and invited Tim to join. …
 
This lil bad boy killed at least sixteen people, but likely dozens more, as an extensive scorecard with victims codenames was found in his trunk after he was pulled over with his meat out as he partied with a corpse. For this full episode and all of our other early access episodes, live AMAs, Mini Stinker episodes, guest eps and all our other monke…
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician Kevin Barnes of Of Montreal. Originally from Ohio, Kevin eventually ended up in Athens, GA where he became part of the Elephant 6 collective, a group that included Apples in Stereo, Neutral Milk Hotel, Olivia Tremor Control and many others. Kevin's music has transformed over time, as his own aesthetic beliefs …
 
This dead-eyed psycho killed at least seven and possibly hundreds more victims. He flew between coasts, using fake names, his fine arts degree and a dastardly motivation to dupe the unsuspecting, which included casting directors on The Dating Game. Support the show and get access to all Lil Stinkers episodes a week early, as well as access to Patre…
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician John Ringhofer AKA Half-handed Cloud. Based now in Helsinki, Finland, Half-handed Cloud started as a home-recording project in Chattanooga, TN in 1999. Since then, John has released almost two dozen albums and EPs, many of them on Asthmatic Kitty and Sounds Familyre. He's also been a member of Sufjan Stevens' …
 
We made history on this episode. This was the very first bad bitch that I did not fall in love with. I can overlook a lot of things, but killing an estimated 400 babies is a dealbreaker for me. This nightmare lady was buying babies from poor English women, strangling them, then throwing them into the River Thames while probably yelling, "KOBE!" Go …
 
On today's episode, I talk to actor Britt Lower. Originally from Heyworth, Illinois, Britt's first big role was on the short-lived 2010 Comedy Central show Big Lake. This launched her into the world of being a working actor, which included a regular role on Man Seeking Woman, as well as recurring roles on shows like Casual, Ghosted, and High Mainte…
 
We get into one of the most terrifying people to ever walk the planet, Dennis Rader aka BTK. This Lil Stinker terrorized Wichita for three decades, referred to his bird as Sparky and would rent motel rooms by himself just so he could dress up like a lady and tie himself up. You think Jake is a sick freak, just wait'll you hear more about this goofb…
 
On today's episode, I talk to Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comics creator Mike "Spike" Allred. Originally from Oregon, Mike began his career in comics while working as a journalist. He created his well-known character Madman in the early '90s, and since then has drawn on books like Sandman, Fables, Silver Surfer and numerous others. He co-create…
 
On today's episode, I talk to TV writer Casper Kelly. Originally from Burlington, North Carolina, Casper started working at Adult Swim in the early 2000s, writing for shows like Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Squidbillies, as well as non-Adult Swim shows like Archer. He's co-created two series, Your Pretty Face Is Goin…
 
This barbering bad boy sucked back vodka like it was coming from a candy tiddy. He'd often employ the services of sex workers to get hammered with him and once they were passed out, he'd dump vodka down their throats until they died. This rascal also threatened airlines and wore disguises to the hospital after he'd already been told he wasn't allow…
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician Victoria Park AKA Pictoria Vark. Originally from Cresskill, NJ, Victoria started playing in bands in high school and then college, eventually becoming the touring bassist for indie rock bands like Squirrel Flower and Pinkshift. A few months ago, her first album The Parts I Dread was released on Get Better Reco…
 
On today's episode, I talk to artist Steve Keene. Originally from the DC metro area, Steve wanted to be an artist from an early age, taking off on a path that eventually led him to Yale art school. But it wasn't until his early 30s that he realized what he actually wanted to do as an artist, and since then Steve has become the most prolific America…
 
This Stinker was born rich but let the zapples get the best of him. Herb Baumeister was an OG prankster. Instead of leaving apples on a teacher's desk, he'd just piss all over it; A signature move that lasted long into his professional life. He opened a thrift store called Sav-A-Lot which is weird because the MFer liked to Kil-A-Lot. Check out why …
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician Kasie Shahbaz AKA Kisskadee. Originally from San Diego, Kasie first started playing music under the name Coyote Run. As Kisskadee though, her first release was just last year, a short EP entitled Ambient Music For Bedrooms. And her first full album Black Hole Era just came out in May on Anxiety Blanket Records…
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician Joe Rainey. Originally from South Minneapolis, Joe is A member of the Red Lake Nation of Ojibwe people and began attending and singing at pow wows from an early age, as well as becoming a pow wow singing archivist. Eventually ending up in Wisconsin, Joe began guesting with different musicians, working with peo…
 
This smiley psycho used to have his mommy sing him to sleep and unfortunately, he took to strangling victims to take their voices from them. On top of this, this goofball would get blackout drunk, walk around on his hands, prank fellow soldiers and dump them out of their beds like a damn Stinker. Pour yourself four fingers of hot pepper-infused whi…
 
On today's episode, I talk to musician Shaun Fleming. Originally from Agoura Hills, CA, Shaun started out their creative life as a child voice actor on shows like Fillmore!, Kim Possible and Lilo & Stitch. As a musician though, they first started playing professionally as the touring drummer for the indie rock band Foxygen. Soon after, Shaun formed…
 
On today's episode, I talk to comics writer Ryan North. Originally from Osgoode, Ontario, Ryan was on a path to a career in computational linguistics before a small webcomic he started, Dinosaur Comics, launched him in a somewhat different direction. Since then, he's become a New York Times-bestselling and Eisner Award-winning writer whose work inc…
 
Despite the absence of the great Cal Donjolla, Firman and I perservered to speak about and make fun of the most pussy voiced, baby ass voiced, titty suckin' ass, balloon huffin' ass voiced killer we've covered yet, Paul Michael Stephani. This bitch baby would commit vicious attacks then call 911 to report the crimes, apologize and whine in the most…
 
I'm afraid I'm in love again with Esti Carranza, a beautiful Mexican queen/ice cream shop owner who killed two of her lovers then chainsawed their bodies and stored the remains in the basement of her ice cream shop. Love is in the air, in addition to a number of farts on this episode. Go to Patreon.com/lilstinkers for the full episode, in addition …
 
On today's episode, I talk to composer and singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane. Originally from Venice Beach, California, Gabriel has been making albums for almost a decade and a half, starting with his self-titled album which was released on Family Records in 2008. Gabriel comes at much of his songwriting from a conceptual standpoint - on his 2014 al…
 
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