Murder, My Dude

Murder, My Dude

By Murder, My Dude
Join hosts Jackson Welles & B.P. Burke as they take a comedic look at murders, murderers, and mur-diddly-urderers. my dude.
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Episode 58 - Unicorn Killer, My Dude
Murder, My Dude returns with a lover's quarrel turned into an international manhunt. Ira Einhorn was a central part of Philadelphia counterculture from the Summer of Love all the way up until the mid-seventies, but when things turned South in a tumultuous five-year relationship, he was revealed to be a bad neighbor, an even worse boyfriend, and a surprisingly hard to nab fugitive. This week's show takes you from his beginnings as a Jewish kid in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia to the prolonged legal battle waged to ensure he faced justice. Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder explores the newest addition to Bob Dylan's legendary catalog and an unbelievable story of a mother and daughter both taken before their time. And, because they can't all be gems, we end the show with, quite possibly, the worst-ever Who Died The Worst? Like what we're doing? Subscribe and tell a friend! Think we could do better or have some other feedback? Reach out to us via email at murdermydude@gmail.com! We're also found by looking for @murdermydude on most major social media. Our Facebook is @podcastmydude - though you'll also find us by searching for Murder, My Dude. TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 15:24 Featured Topic - Ira Einhorn, The Unicorn Killer: 27:30 Who Died The Worst?: 1:30:06
1:49:02
April 2, 2020
Episode 57 - Schoolgirl Killers, My Dude
Murder, My Dude is back with another dose of True Crime goodness! What better way to distract yourself from the horrors of our current world than with an account of a brutal, sexually sadistic crime spree? First, This Week In Murder takes a look at a COVID-19 related shooting and an arson arrest that leads to something more. Then, we cover the horrific crimes of Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka, who terrorized dozens of young women in Southern Ontario in the late 80s and early 90s. Finally, we close with an All-Canadian edition of Who Died The Worst? Like what we're doing? Subscribe and tell a friend! Think we could do better or have some other feedback? Reach out to us via email at murdermydude@gmail.com! We're also found by looking for @murdermydude on most major social media. Our Facebook is @podcastmydude - though you'll also find us by searching for Murder, My Dude.  This Week In Murder: 7:26 Featured Story: Ken and Barbie Killers - Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka: 28:22 Who Died The Worst?: 1:26:19
1:43:35
March 26, 2020
A Special Thank You From Murder, My Dude
We've gotten an amazing response for our latest episode! So amazing, we recorded a quick thank you message.
05:05
March 22, 2020
Episode 56 - Shankill Butchers, My Dude (Murder, O'Dude II)
We've been good here at Murder, My Dude and we're doing our best to practice Social Distancing! It may have made us a little bit stir crazy, though, and the result is one of the goofiest episodes of the podcast ever! The subject matter, as always, is quite serious though: This Week In Murder explores a horrible mass shooting in North Carolina and a prison escape that wasn't in Alabama. Our featured topic is our second annual Murder O'Dude: a look at the Shankill Butchers, a notrious and homicdal gang that terrorized Belfast for the better part of a decade. (Fans in the U.K. and Ireland: apologies in advance for our ignorance!) Finally, a very special edition of Who Died The Worst explores the dangers of the outside world in an effort to promote social distancing! This Week In Murder: 5:32 (Kind of) Featured Topic: The Shankill Butchers: 23:25 Who Died The Worst: 1:21:50
1:42:08
March 19, 2020
Episode 55 - Gacy, My Dude
Send in the clowns! As this show is released on March 12, 2020, it 40 years ago to the day that John Wayne Gacy was found guilty of over 30 (!) counts of murder. This week, we look at the killer clown's tragic backstory, apparent successes, and the dark crimes those successes provided a cover for. We also look at the societal and parental pressures that may have created this monster. As always, it's not a pleasant story, but it's one we cover as only we can! Our latest edition of This Week In Murder looks at a horrific domestic incident in Arizona, A biker party gone bad in Cleveland, and a controversial execution in Alabama. And as always, we close with a game of Who Died The Worst? Like what we're doing? Subscribe and tell a friend! Think we could do better or have some other feedback? Reach out to us via email at murdermydude@gmail.com! We're also found by looking for @murdermydude on most major social media. Our Facebook is @podcastmydude - though you'll also find us by searching for Murder, My Dude. TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 3:49 Featured Topic - John Wayne Gacy 23:22 Who Died The Worst?: 1:46:53
2:04:38
March 12, 2020
Episode 54 - Tool Box Killers, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. keep their post-hiatus momentum going with the longest episode in MMD history! The Tool Box Killers, Lawrence Bittaker and Roy Norris, are among the most evil criminals this show has discussed in its year-plus of covering crime. They terrorized Southern California for the better part of 1979, praying exclusively on teenage girls in brutalizing them is such horrible ways they made witnesses flee the courtroom in repulsion and gave their prosecutors nightmares. Elsewhere, This Week In Murder looks at a trio of current cases and we play a California-themed episode of Who Died The Worst? Like what we're doing? Subscribe and tell a friend! Think we could do better or have some other feedback? Reach out to us via email at murdermydude@gmail.com! We're also found by looking for @murdermydude on most major social media. Our Facebook is @podcastmydude - though you'll also find us by searching for Murder, My Dude. This Week In Murder: 27:15 Featured Topic - The Tool Box Killers: 1:11:03 Who Died The Worst?: 2:13:59
2:38:41
March 5, 2020
Episode 53 - JFK, My Dude
Murder, My Dude returns from a lengthy hiatus to cover the basics of what is likely the most famous political assassination of the 20th Century: the 1963 murder of President John F. Kennedy. While it's impossible to fully explore every angle of the assassination in a single podcast, this episode provides a good launching point, covering the official story as well as several prominent conspiracy theories.  But before that, we take one of our signature detours as Jackson gets into his newest obsession: the classic Kennedy era sitcom Dobie Gillis, as well as a quick look at This Week (well, month) in Murder. Finally, we close with a rousing game of Who Died The Worst! Like what we're doing? Subscribe and tell a friend! Think we could do better or have some other feedback? Reach out to us via email at murdermydude@gmail.com! We're also found by looking for @murdermydude on most major social media. Our Facebook is @podcastmydude - though you'll also find us by searching for Murder, My Dude. TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 22:19 Featured Topic - JFK: 38:41 Who Died The Worst?: 1:48:59
2:01:36
February 27, 2020
Episode 52 - MLK, My Dude
We normally release our show right at 12AM on Thursday, but as today would be the 91st birthday of the late Martin Luther King Jr., it's fitting to release it now instead. We start this week's show off with our usual chaotic, comedic spin on true crime podcasting, but then we take a deep, deep look at both the infamous April 4, 1968 assassination of Dr. King, but also a serious attempt on his life a decade prior. We also explore the checkered past and frantic pursuit of the man who pled guilty to the murder: James Earl Ray. From there, we make a major pivot. Ray recanted his confession three days after and insisted he was set up as a patsy. He found unlikely allies in his claims of innocence: Coretta Scott King and Dexter King, the wife and son of the civil rights icon. We explore the vendetta that the FBI had against King during his lifetime and the alternate theories that exist regarding one of the most heinous killings of the 20th Century.
1:59:27
January 15, 2020
Episode 51 - Black Dahlia, My Dude
After a two-week holiday break, Murder, My Dude returns with a vengeance! And, like all great MMD episodes, many, many side tangents, too! After a half hour talking about the holidays and their political implications, the often imitated, never duplicated This Week In Murder looks at some of the most brutal and bizarre deaths of late 2019 and early 2020. After that, we're on to Hollywood's most famous unsolved crime: Elizabeth Short a.k.a. The Black Dahlia. After that, we crown the worst death of 2019 (even though one of them happened in 2018). Sometimes our hosts are rusty, sometimes they're unfocused, but this episode is as packed with laughs as any of the first fifty. Check it out! Murder, My Dude: Get Murdered, And We'll Talk About You! (maybe) TIMESTAMPS The real, original This Week In Murder: 30:26 FEATURED STORY: The Black Dhalia: 55:55 Who Died The Worst?: 2:07:16
2:19:23
January 9, 2020
Episode 50 - Jack The Ripper, My Dude
Season two comes to an end with our biggest dive into a featured topic ever. Jack The Ripper, the grandfather of all serial killers, is still at the tip of tongues 130 years after his crime spree began. The first half of this episode takes a look at the most famous whodunit of all-time, while the second half breaks down the list of suspects and tries to unmask the man who terrorized Whitechapel in the Autumn of 1888. Meanwhile, Jackson and B.P. are terrorized by their greatest adversary of all time: BASIC MATH! We'll be off for a couple weeks after this, but be sure to be there when Season 3 launches in January! In the meantime, make sure to stay until the end (after the ending music stops, hint, hint) for something extra special to tide you over.
1:36:38
December 19, 2019
Episode 49 - Hoffa, My Dude
Like many other people, B.P. has watched the new Netflix blockbuster release The Irishman, so what better time than now to delve into one of the most famous missing persons cases of all time: the disappearance and likely death of former International Brotherhood of Teamsters President Jimmy Hoffa. This episode chronicles Hoffa's rise to power, his feud with the Kennedys and eventual downfall, and the attempt to regain control of his union that likely resulted in his death. Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder looks at a pair of brutal murders and a Snapchat Gone Wrong. As always, we close with an edition Who Died The Worst? This one features three people whose bad decisions brought upon their demise. TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder:  3:03 Featured Story: Jimmy Hoffa: 37:21 Who Died The Worst? 1:51:19
1:59:42
December 12, 2019
Episode 48 - Killer Petey, My Dude
This episode was recorded later in the night than usual, and it shows! If you're a fan of frantic comedy and insane banter, then this is the episode for you! Along the way, Jackson and B.P. also make time for a super-sized This Week In Murder and an in-depth look at Pedro Rodrigues Filho, a.k.a. Killer Petey, a vigilante killer who has been compared to the title character in the hit TV show Dexter Of course, we end with a rousing soccer (or futbol) themed edition of Who Died The Worst, but not before a quick detour into the world of... toy collecting? That can't be right. (Checks notes) Nope. It's right. It's a fun show all-in-all, though! Except for all the murder and death and stuff.
1:38:37
December 5, 2019
Episode 47: Thanksgiving, My Dude (Part II)
Happy Thanksgiving to one and all! What better way to celebrate your life and all that you're thankful for than by listening to a podcast about people who lost theirs? This week's episode is a smorgasbord of savagery, starting with a heaping helping of This Week In Murder covering two tales of friends and lovers making  better enemies in the Sunshine State of Florida.  From there, our next course is an old one: close calls! We go back into the archives to bring back an old segment that covers topics that are almost murder (my dude).  From there, our main course is the tragic story of Kelsey Berreth, who disappeared in Thanksgiving of 2018, never to be seen again. As always, you also get a cherry on top in the form of Who Died The Worst? Like what you're hearing? Let us know over at projecthumanoid.com! TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder & Close Calls: 13:34 Featured Story: The Thanksgiving Disappearance of Kelsey Berreth: 44:05 Who Died The Worst? 1:01:10
1:31:15
November 28, 2019
Episode 46 - BTK, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. are joined again by their buddy Nate, who is a wealth of knowledge about this week's featured topic: BTK, the sickening serial killer who terrorized Wichita Kansas on and off for decades. In exploring BTK, our hosts find that Nate has a little more in common with the notorious murderer than they bargained for! Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder takes a look at a body encased in concrete and lover's tryst gone wrong. To wrap things up: a Yellowstone Park edition of Who Died The Worst? Like the show? Leave us a review saying so on your preferred podcasting platform! After that, visit us over at projecthumanoid.com! TIMESTAMPS This Week in Murder: 2:05 Featured Story - BTK: 19:50 Who Died The Worst: 1:24:33
1:39:51
November 21, 2019
Episode 45 - Chessboard Killer, My Dude
This week, Murder, My Dude heads to Russia to look at one of the most deadly serial killers in the history of that nation: Alexander Pichushkin, the Chessboard Killer. Jackson and B.P. take a look at the childhood events that shaped the man also known as the Bitsa Park Maniac into the monster he'd become, and then run through his crimes. Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder takes a look at the latest development for a longtime death row inmate, the Supreme Court's latest action (or lack thereof) in the gun debate, and a smart speaker being entered as evidence. To close it all out, we play an Eastern Europe Themed edition of Who Died The Worst? Like the show? Leave us a review saying so on your preferred podcasting platform! After that, visit us over at projecthumanoid.com! TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 5:37 Featured Story - The Chessboard Killer: 32:47 Who Died The Worst: 1:14:43
1:32:27
November 14, 2019
Episode 44 - Henry VIII, My Dude, My Dude
Gather round, all ye, and hear a tale about one of the most famous kings to ever wear the crown in merry old England. Most know Henry VIII for his role in shaping modern religion and for his, well, less than stellar record with marriages. We explore both, and the deadly consequences involved for those around him. Elsewhere, This Week In Murder explores a food fight turned deadly, and we play a Middle Ages themed version of Who Died The Worst!  Like the show? Visit us over at projecthumanoid.com! TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 15:22 Featured Story - Henry VIII: 40:05 Who Died The Worst: 1:32:37
1:51:47
November 7, 2019
Episode 43 - Salem, My Dude
Second time's the charm! Kind of. Jackson and B.P. are a little cranky this week because they had to record the show twice. The first go at it was ruined by audio issues (but the brave among you can check it out as a bonus!) but this version is a worthy successor. Just in time for Halloween, our hosts discuss the Salem Witch Trials: a very, very dark point in Colonial America. Paranoia and religious hysteria combined to create a culture of distrust and fear with deadly consequences. This episode explores the horrible results while also celebrating MMD's First Birthday! As always, we also look into This Week In Murder and play another game of Who Died The Worst! TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 10:45 Featured Story - Salem Witch Trials: 28:50 Who Died The Worst: 1:17:55
1:29:47
October 31, 2019
MMD Bonus: Witchin' Camaro (Episode 43, Take 1)
Well, We screwed up!  Actually, B.P. screwed up while making the recording. The result was this horrible sounding hunk of audio. There are some cool stories and great laughs along the way, though, so we've decided to release it anyway to celebrate Murder, My Dude's first birthday! Like the official Episode 43, this episode explores the sinister Salem Witch Trials, but it does so with Jackson sounding like he's a mile away from the microphone, and there's also a weird hum in the background.
1:34:54
October 31, 2019
Episode 42 - Project Miranda, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. are joined once again by their buddy Nate to discuss one of the most diabolical duos in the history of murder: the despicable Leonard Lake & Charles Ng. Lake and Ng were a pair of ex-Marines gone bad (well, Ng was pretty bad in the Marines, too) whose reign of terror came to an end thanks to a silly mistake. Elsewhere on the show, some recent headlines are explored on This Week in Murder and the show closes with a lopsided edition of Who Died The Worst. Also, Christmas and Hallmark Movies are discussed for some reason. TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 15:35 Featured Story - Project Miranda (Leonard Lake & Charles Ng): 25:55 Who Died The Worst: 1:35:36
1:52:56
October 25, 2019
Episode 41 - H.H. Holmes, My D.D. Dude
The first 40 episodes of Murder, My Dude may have featured the most fearsome and despicable rogue's gallery ever assembled, but the 41st features a man who may be the worst of them all. An unfortunate mix of pure genius and pure evil, H.H. Holmes killed many, perhaps hundreds, without a hint of compassion. His "murder castle" was a torture chamber the likes of which hasn't been seen before or since. Join Jackson & B.P. as they take a look at his horrid life and controversial legacy. TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 5:14 Featured Story - H.H. Holmes: 17:24 Who Died The Worst: 1:09:04
1:18:46
October 17, 2019
Episode 40 - Incels, My Dude
Incel, short for involuntary celibate, is a term the romantically and sexually frustrated have claimed as their own over the past few years. Many incel groups have been attacked with charges of misogyny and plotting violence. This week's feature looks at two young men commonly associated with the term, Elliott Rodger and Alek Minassian, who committed mass murders as an act of revenge against the women of the world who had spurned them. Elsewhere on the show, we take a special look at the odd death of Edgar Allen Poe and the mysterious tradition of a disguised man leaving a letter and flowers on his grave and toasting in his name every year on his birthday. Of course, it all ends with a rousing game of Who Died The Worst? TIMESTAMPS Special Feature - Edgar Allen Poe and The Poe Toaster: 4:42 Featured Story - Incels: 33:07 Who Died The Worst: 1:06:36
1:17:10
October 10, 2019
Episode 39 - Catfish, My Dude
As most documentary viewers and MTV watchers could tell you, catfishing is the act of one pretending to be someone they're not while engaging in a romantic relationship online. In this week's featured case, Thomas Montgomery - an ex-marine in his mid-40s - invents the persona of the young man he always wanted to be. Thomas finds love in the form of TalHotBlond, a beautiful young woman from West Virginia, but circumstances prove fatal. Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder explores a foiled murder and the shooting of an unarmed man in his own apartment. Who Died The Worst puts a cap on the show with a special all-selfie edition! TIMESTAMPS This Week In Murder: 17:03 Featured Story - Thomas Montgomery, Brian Barrett, & TalHotBlond: 32:05 Who Died The Worst: 1:04:29 Off-topic nonsense begins at 1:11:56
1:39:19
October 3, 2019
Episode 38 - .38 Special, My Dude
Hitch up your horses and get your boots on, because Murder, My Dude is headed out to the Old West! Jackson (or should I say Ox Ford) and B.P. are joined by their good buddy Nate, also known as Tenkiller Cole, to discuss one of Nate's descendants: the reputed outlaw Cole Younger. As a bonus, they also take a look at the legendary Wild Bill Hickok! Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder explores a political donor with a penchant for sex and drugs and a possible major development on an upcoming Netflix True Crime Documentary. As always, Who Died The Worst finishes things off, with this week's edition being a Wild West Special! Lots of silly banter in this one! Murder talk starts around the 19:00 minute mark. LINKS: www.projecthumanoid.com facebook.com/podcastmydude twitter.com/murdermydude murdermydude@gmail.com
1:47:43
September 26, 2019
Episode 37 - Comedy, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. take a deep dive into the world of comedy. After an aside to explore truth in accusations and the tenuous space comedy occupies in very sensitive times, a deeper look is taken at the story of a comedy club owner and father sadly taken before his times. Elsewhere, This Week In Murder explores found bodies and the sentencing of a serial swatter (try saying that five times fast).  As always, we finish with a rousing game of Who Died The Worst? SPOILER WARNING: Skip to about the 20 minute mark to avoid spoilers for the new Netflix drama Unbelievable. We're sorry.
1:17:05
September 19, 2019
Episode 36 - Innocent, My Dude
This week, Jackson and B.P. explore the case of Kirk Bloodsworth, the first person to go from death row to freedom due to exoneration by DNA Evidence. How did he get convicted of a heinous crime? What has he done since going free? Innocent, My Dude covers it all. Elsewhere on the show, This Week In Murder returns with a look at a horrible case just outside of Pittsburgh and the efforts being made by Philadelphia's district attorney to resolve wrongful convictions.
1:25:58
September 12, 2019
Episode 35 - Hex Hollow, My Dude
Accusations of Witchcraft in America didn't end with the Salem Witch Trials. In fact, there's a practice of faith-based folk medicine (which some see as black magic) practiced in rural Pennsylvania to this day. This week's featured story takes a look at one of the practitioners of this art, known as Pow Wow.  Was Nelson Rehmeyer a witch? Was he the victim of a deranged man obsessed with dark arts? This episode explores it all with a look at Hex Hollow! Elsewhere on the show, we look at two upcoming murder movies, play the Florida Man Game, and decide who died the worst!
1:35:43
September 5, 2019
Episode 34 - Co-Ed Killer, My Dude
Murder, My Dude is now releasing on Thursdays! We kick it off just in time for back to school season with a look at the Co-Ed Killer, Edmund Kemper, who terrorized California college students in the early 1970s and has more recently returned to the spotlight thanks to a masterful portrayal of him by actor Cameron Britton in the Netflix Series Mindhunters. Also, This Week In Murder takes a look at killer pets, an accused mass shooter facing the death penalty, and a few tragic accidents. Finally, this is the week that our flagship segment, Who Died The Worst, goes to crap.
1:19:37
August 29, 2019
Episode 33 - Delaware, My Dude
It may be the first state, but Delaware is the focus of the 33rd episode of Murder, My Dude! The featured story this week centers around the of Anne Marie Fahey, the appointments secretary of then-Delaware governor Tom Carper. Jackson and B.P. look into Fahey's childhood struggles, meteoric rise in the Delaware political scene, and senseless murder. This Week In Murder looks into a Florida Execution, a Pennywise doll turning someone pound foolish, and a grisly find in a New Jersey home. 
1:32:19
August 26, 2019
Episode 32 - Disney, My Dude
Even the happiest place on Earth has a dark side. This week's featured topic is Disney! While the House of Mouse is the dominant force in entertainment, there are some who believe there is an ulterior motive behind all of the joy. Additionally, this episode looks into the town of Celebration, Florida: a planned community in the shadows of Walt Disney World originally designed and owned by The Disney Company. While Celebration was designed to hearken back to old time America, that dream was a nightmare for many. Finally, this week's game of Who Died The Worst looks at three Disney Theme Park deaths!
1:09:17
August 19, 2019
MMD Special: Murdered Musicians, My Dude (Part II)
After talking with their buddy Tony for his podcast, Interviews with Everyday People, Jackson, B.P., and Tony hit record again for a special edition of Murder, My Dude. Our subject: two musicians tragically gunned down on the same day 24 years apart, legendary Beatle John Lennon and founding member of Pantera Dimebag Darrell.  If you like the audio, check out the video and our interview over at IWEP when it premieres on September 2nd! Find them both here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCChf9vZg4CN1sPayej-7Kwg
1:23:09
August 19, 2019
Episode 31 - Mass Shootings, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. turn their attention toward the hottest of hot button issues: mass shootings. In addition to discussing their feelings and experiences regarding the recent outbreak of attacks, our hosts take a closer look at two of the more recent and most devastating of attacks: the horrific Sandy Hook shooting and the similarly heinous Vegas massacre.
1:54:24
August 12, 2019
Episode 30 - The AT, My Dude
In their 30th episode, Jackson and B.P. step out of the murder cabin and onto the trail, the Appalachian Trail, more specifically! Clocking in at over 2000 miles long, the trail, commonly called The A.T., has seen its fair share of murders in its day, and this episode explores two of the more grisly attacks. As an added bonus, our hosts play a new game typically reserved for the Patreon after show: Florida Man of the Week features to actual strange happenings from the Sunshine State and one fabrication. Can you spot the fake?
1:24:18
August 6, 2019
Episode 29 - Son of Sam, My Dude
This Week in Murder takes a closer look at the gruesome details of what was allegedly going on at an Arizona body donation facility, and then briefly explores the cases of the five men who are scheduled to die after the federal government announced it was resuming capital punishment. After that, Jackson and B.P. explore the story of David “Son of Sam” Berkowitz 43 years after his first attack with his signature .44 caliber pistol.
1:12:30
July 30, 2019
Episode 28 - NASA, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. take one small step for a podcast and one giant leap into conspiracy theories. This week's episode takes a look a the lead-up to Apollo 11, focusing in particular on the deaths of the three astronauts who were slated to take flight on Apollo 1. Were their deaths a tragic accident or something more nefarious? Speaking of nefarious, This Week In Murder takes a look at another possible conspiracy as a prominent black activist is found dead in the trunk of a car.
1:22:20
July 22, 2019
Episode 27 - Hollywood Ripper, My Dude
Ripped (Get it? You do? Sorry,) from the headlines, this week's featured story takes a closer look at a case that is a decade-plus old but is still being settled in the courtroom to this day. The Hollywood Ripper stands accused of at least three murders and one attempted murder ranging from 1994 to 2008. Did he do it? How does Ashton Kutcher figure into all of this? Find out this week on Murder, My Dude.
1:25:29
July 15, 2019
Episode 26 - Independent's Day, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. kick off Season Two of Murder, My Dude at their new home, the... erm, quaint and cozy confines of Uncle Moose's Murder Cabin. This Week in Murder looks at a quartet of killings in the news recently. Our featured topic this week is a spin-off of season one's Wrestling, My Dude, looking at the lesser-known (but no less interesting) world of wrestling outside the bright lights and glitz of bigger groups like WWE. Finally, we end with a very special Who Died The Worst!
1:41:48
July 8, 2019
Episode 25 - Pride, My Dude
In a very special super-sized 25th episode, Jackson and B.P. take a (somewhat) serious look at the horrible history of LGBTQ+ Hate Crimes, focusing particularly on three famous cases: Matthew Shepard, Brandon Teena, and Harvey Milk.
2:02:07
June 25, 2019
Episode 24 - Father's Day, My Dude
Happy Father's Day, my dudes! This week's episode takes a look at a trio of cases involving fathers, children, and Father's Day itself. Jackson and B.P. celebrate with a look at a famous robbery, a terrible Aussie Dad, and a troubled Texan with a horrible secret.
1:20:10
June 16, 2019
Episode 23 - Coffee Shops, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. help you start of your morning with a kick by looking into three coffee-related crimes. This episode explores the unexplained death of a rookie cafe owner, a horrific explosion of rage in Seattle, and a brutal attack in Washington D.C. that may or may not have gone straight to the top of the federal government. Wake up and smell the murder! (sorry)
1:39:34
June 12, 2019
Episode 22 - Dr Death, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. discuss the controversial subject of assisted suicide via an examination of the most famous face in the debate: Dr. Death himself, Jack Kevorkian. In assisting in dozens, if not hundreds of suicides of terminally ill patients, Kevorkian was an angel of mercy to some and an angel of death to others. This episode explores his fascinating life and divisive deeds.
1:23:53
June 3, 2019
Episode 21 - Whodunnit, My Dude?
Jackson and B.P. (sort of) brave an unseasonably hot day to provide a countdown of their five favorite whodunnit movies. Which killer films make the cut? Which are left for dead? Take a listen and find out! Alternative episode title: Murder, My Death
1:18:00
May 27, 2019
Episode 20 - Roll Tide, My Dude
In this week's episode, Jackson and B.P. take a trip down to the Heart of Dixie to explore the story of a reverend whose family and neighbors had unfortunate incidents involving automobiles. Reverend Willie Maxwell's life and death are discussed, as is the interest his story drew from legendary author and fellow Alabama native Harper Lee. Two other cases are briefly discussed as well, and, as always, We play Who Died The Worst? (This week, it's a special literary edition!)
1:14:58
May 20, 2019
Episode 19 - Mother's Day, My Dude
(Sort of) in the spirit of the holiday, Jackson and B.P. talk about moms who murder and murdered moms, play a startling game of Who Died The Worst?, and finish off with the origin story of Murder, My Dude.
1:06:13
May 13, 2019
Episode 18 - PA, My Dude
After an in-depth conversation about LARPing, Jackson's newfound obsession, our hosts take a deeper look into three crimes from their home state of Pennsylvania: the still-unsolved murder of store owner Fred Winner in 1993, the Thrill Kill crime spree that plagued Pittsburgh in 1979-80, and the death 1983 of teenager David Reed in rural Pennsylvania
1:28:57
May 6, 2019
Episode 17 - Cults, My Dude
Murder, My Dude took a quick break last week, but we knew you true believers would stay in the flock. In case you haven't guessed by that (and by the title of the episode that, well, just says it), we're talking cults this week! Specifically, Jackson and B.P. take a look at Jonestown, Heaven's Gate, and The Branch Davidians.
1:08:41
May 2, 2019
Episode 16 - Murder, She Wrote, My Dude
In need of a palate cleanser after talking about cannibals and swine farmers, Jackson and B.P. turn to the cozy setting of Cabot Cove, Maine and the simpler times of 1984 to discuss one of the most popular crime television shows of all-time: Murder, She Wrote! The cozy mystery was the most watched drama on television three times between 1985 and 1995, and this episode tells you everything you need to know about it, including an exploration of a potential dark secret hiding in its pleasantries.
1:24:12
April 14, 2019
Episode 15 - The Neck, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. look into the history of The Neck, a section of South Philadelphia with a history of pig farming and agrarian life that lasted into the 1950s. As the city grew around it, this section fought for over a century to preserve its way of life. It was also the site of one of the most gruesome mass murders in Philadelphia's history. This episode covers the 1866 massacre of the Dearing Family by Anton Probst. Part of that coverage involves a can't-miss rant from Jackson that finds a degree of sympathy for Probst and earns every bit of this episode's explicit rating.
1:02:28
April 7, 2019
Episode 14 - Long Pig, My Dude
This one's not for the faint of heart. Jackson and B.P. delve into one of the most disturbing corners of murder: the killers who ate (or allegedly ate) their victims. The discussion starts with the infamous Ed Gein. Was Ed a cannibal? Was Ed even a serial killer? We take a look. The crimes of Jeffrey Dahmer are also explored, as well as those of Albert Fish, who may be the most vile criminal ever profiled on the podcast. Warning: The subject matter and B.P.'s bad jokes are not for the easily offended.
1:02:32
April 2, 2019
Episode 13 - Summer Movies, My Dude
The Summer movie season is almost upon us, and Jackson and B.P. are here to run through the most murderous movies hitting theaters. SPOILER: If you're a fan of Charles Manson and/or dangerous dolls, you're going to be spending a lot of your Summer staring at the big screen. Also: this week's Who Died The Worst tries to determine who had the hardest end of the many, many characters who have died in Quentin Tarantino movies.
1:23:03
March 25, 2019
Episode 12 - Murder, O'Dude
Happy St. Patrick's Day, laddies and lassies! This week's episode takes a look at the Molly Maguires, a legendary secret society of Irish coal miners in 19th Century Pennsylvania. The story weaves together worker's rights, class struggle, the immigration debate, corruption in the justice system, and many other issues just as relevant today as they were in the 1860s. Check it out, O'Dudes!
2:06:43
March 17, 2019
Episode 11 - Hoaxes, My Dude
Much to Jackson's chagrin, the hysteria and insanity that is the Momo Challenge hoax is discussed, which leads to a deeper discussion of bullying, suicide, and more. Somehow, divergent topics as wide-ranging as piers, prostitution, and pro wrestling are pontificated on - mainly because Jackson tries everything in his power to avoid talking about Momo.
1:27:12
March 11, 2019
Episode 10 - Mumia, My Dude
Murder, My Dude closes out Black History Month with a special episode covering the most emotionally charged, and probably most famous murder in Philadelphia history. To some, Mumia Abu-Jamal is a political prisoner and living martyr. To others, he's nothing more than a cold-blooded cop killer. This episode explores the story, and the city in depth.
1:22:53
February 28, 2019
Episode 9 - Murdered Musicians, My Dude
B.P. and.... uh, Bonaparte Nintendabutt discuss a select group of murdered musicians. In observance of Black History Month, this episode casts a special spotlight on musicians of color, in particular the legendary Sam Cooke and Jam Master Jay. To close, a musical round of Who Died The Worst? is played.
1:20:15
February 24, 2019
Ep. 8 - Ted Bundy, NOT My Dude
On this episode, Jackson and B.P. are talking Ted Bundy in the wake of his renewed fame. In addition to delving into the motivations of one of the most prolific serial killers in history, they examine serial killer fandom and what our reactions to worst of us reveal about society as a whole. This Week In Murder takes a look at a game gone bad and a former TV and film star possibly heading back to prison. Who Died The Worst closes things out with a crime and punishment themed round.
1:07:50
February 17, 2019
Ep. 7 - Axin' Questions, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. return from hiatus to discuss one of America's first super-sensationalized accused murderers: Lizzie Borden. This episode busts myths and breaks down the details of the case surrounding the woman who is known for taking an ax and giving her mother forty whacks. (SPOILER: she didn't give her forty whacks, and it wasn't her mother.) Also, a winner is crowned in the first season of Who Died The Worst?
1:04:21
February 11, 2019
Ep.6 - Hollywoodland, My Dude
Jackson and B.P. take a look at some of the strangest deaths from Hollywood: Little Rascals, Caped Crusaders, Hogan's Heroes, and more! This Week in Murder looks at true crime podcasts that helped solve murders, and we take another look at Who Died The Worst!
1:22:29
December 10, 2018
Ep.5 - Wrestling, My Dude
Politics and Professional Wrestling may make strange bedfellows, but they're the two main subjects of this week's episode of Murder, My Dude. We start with another edition of Close Calls looking at presidents who were nearly assassinated. A few conspiracies involving presidents are looked at as well. In our main event of the evening, the intertwining of murder and professional wrestling is explored. And, of course, we play a game of Who Died The Worst looking at the Hitman video game series.
1:17:15
December 8, 2018
Ep.4 - Thanksgiving, My Dude
On a very special Thanksgiving episode of Murder, My Dude, Jackson and B.P. discuss the three F's: Family, Food, and FMurder (close enough). This episode delves into what makes Thanksgiving one of the deadliest times of the year. Also, our hosts discuss some true crime stories of Turkey Day Terror. This Week In Murder explores a story that might make you think twice about buying a gaming PC or console this Black Friday while the latest edition of Who Died The Worst may keep you away from the dinner table for a while.
1:14:37
November 24, 2018
Ep. 3 - Belgium, My Dude
Belgium has been called the Battleground of Europe, and in this week's episode, Jackson and B.P. take a closer look at the stories behind some of the most infamous killers the nation has ever seen. You'll also hear about one very lucky Belgian Soldier. On the fictional side of things, there's a look at the tiny nation's most famous detective: the great Hercule Poirot! As always, a rousing game of Who Died The Worst? is played as well. Grab a bottle of Blue Moon and some waffles and give it a listen!
1:06:48
November 10, 2018
Ep. 2 - Philly, My Dude
This Week In Murder takes a deeper look at mass shootings and the motivations and conspiracy theories behind them. Next, Jackson gets personal and discusses his family's connections to members of Philadelphia's underworld and how they (sort of) relate to notorious serial killer H.H. Holmes. Who Died The Worst features DEATH BY SNAKE.
1:14:49
November 3, 2018
Ep. 1 - Halloween, My Dude
The first episode of Murder, My Dude! Lifelong Michael Myers devotee Jackson discusses what he thinks about the new Halloween Reboot. On the non-fictional side, B.P. gives us the latest on recently found decades-old corpses and the wild, wild world of Capital Punishment in 2018. Finally, we play a game of Who Died The Worst that may make you think twice about checking your cell phone.
1:11:18
October 27, 2018