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The iO Theater
Killer Conversations
Killer Conversations features conversations with real killers, hosted by Brittany Bookbinder (pseudonym). Recorded from her uncle's attic, Brittany summons famous serial killers through a teleportation device and asks them the tough questions like, "What's up?" and "You like ice cream?" Season 1 features the Zodiac Killer, Lizzie Borden, Jack the Ripper, as well as surprise visits from Brittany's best friend, a tuxedo cat named Dr. Edmund, and the ghost that lives in the closet.Produced by Adal Rifai and the iO Podcast NetworkSound engineering and original...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 36 ratings
Killer!
I think this is fantastic, and I promise it’s not cause I’m a violent sociopath.
Case5091 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/28/18
Dead funny
This show is super hilarious, particularly if you like improv! Ted Bundy episode is so good
Craig the Head via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/26/18
KILLER podcast
MUST LISTEN. This is such an addicting podcast from start to finish. It's one of those podcasts where you know the people performing on it are having fun and you can't help but have fun too. I found myself cracking up with them.
Shadee1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/18
Recent Episodes
This week, Brittany talks to Chicago's famous psychic-slash-serial killer, Tillie Klimek. Dr. Edmund pops in for another Chicago horror story. This episode is sponsored by Hind Sight™. Stick around after the credits for a spooky intercepted message from Ted Bundy!
Published 11/27/19
Published 11/27/19
This week, Brittany talks to notorious midwestern serial killer and Zen master, Jeffrey Dahmer. Clara the Ghost makes a surprise guest appearance. This episode is sponsored by Slap Sleeves™.
Published 11/20/19
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