Ep. 41: Derrick Todd Lee

  Between 1992 and 2003, women in Baton Rouge were disappearing. Some were attacked in their homes and brutally stabbed to death. Others were kidnapped, savagely raped, strangled, and dumped in a nearby canal. The murder weapon and style of attack varied, as did the trophies removed from each crime scene. Authorities suspected they had…

Ep. 40: Andrew Kehoe

  Andrew Kehoe was an engineer, a failed farmer, a treasurer of the school board, a husband, son, and mass murderer. With few accomplishments to his name and deeply in debt at 55, Kehoe made a bloody mark on history when he detonated a bomb at the Bath Consolidated School on May 18, 1927. In this…

Let’s Play: Until Dawn Episode 2

Now’s a great chance to check out our Let’s Play of Until Dawn! When the rigors of research, editing, and recording become exhausting, we also like to hang out and play video games. You can start at the beginning if you go to our Youtube channel and find the Prologue. Episodes will be released sporadically,…

Ep. 39: The Bath School Massacre

  This grueling episode recounts the horror of America’s worst school attack. Not Columbine, not Virginia Tech, not Newtown; but the bombing of the Bath Consolidated School. On a beautiful day in May, 1927, Andrew Kehoe blew up the school in Bath, Michigan. 38 elementary school children and six adults were killed in the attacks.…