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Murderers and Their Mothers
The Debrief
Everyone is someone's child, even a serial killer. In each episode, Donal MacIntyre and a team of experts examine the complex stories of serial killers' family relationships and on a case by case basis looks at the vital role played by their mothers. This Podcast is the companion series to the CBS Reality show ”Murderers and Their Mothers”. #MurdererMums
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 22 ratings
Constant interruption, swearing and unintelligible conversation with inappropriate laughter. No thanks.
akmd via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/15/19
Interesting but problematic
Interesting, but blaming women for the toxic behavior of men is problematic. For example, the Iceman was clearly molded into a killer by his father, not his mother. Yet somehow the mother gets the blame.
M12457 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/10/18
Stop Blaming Video Games
I am enjoying this podcast, except that for every murderer they talk about, they bring up the fact that murderers are playing violent video games or movies, which is not really relevant. I and at least half the people I know play the same games and watch the same movies they are talking about...Read full review »
MsCaptainWinchester via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/05/16
Recent Episodes
Richard Kuklinski, known as the ‘Iceman’ for his method of freezing victims to mask the time of death, claimed to have killed up to a hundred people in a criminal career spanning three decades. Born into a household plagued by violence, Kuklinski, according to his own testimony, was beaten on a...
Published 09/25/16
One of Poland’s most notorious serial killers, Leszek Pekalski confessed to murdering dozens of people - men, women and children. Pekalski’s mother was a violent alcoholic who drank heavily while pregnant with Pekalski and his twin sister. The children were subjected to extreme physical violence...
Published 09/18/16
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