Scale & Sword My Twisted Confession
My podcast addiction is heavy. It consist of a lot of comedy; mostly of fluffy self help ‘go out there and be positive’ audio for HOURS.
But there is the dark side lurking inside me as I wander through airports, progressing through airport security while putting my shoes on the conveyer belt, taking my laptop out of my bag and into a little plastic tub, and taking the buds out of my ears (all thanks to Osama). I have just listen to shocking 911 calls and interviews of mass murders, horrific details of awful crimes.
Whats wrong with me I’m such a nice girl…
I am just an addict to Scale and Sword. The mixture of suspenseful music and twisted themes. An hour and half of matricide stories anyone? My friends are concerned.
Here just a few of the episodes to lighten your mood:
The Carnation Murders – Michelle Wilkins was attacked when she was pregnant and had baby cut out of her by a woman who wanted to have a baby.
When Rodney Reed turned himself in to Bastrop Police, on what he though was a gun charge, little did he know he would be spending the next 17 years on Death Row for a crime he did not commit. However, that seems to be exactly what happened. He was charged, convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of Stacey Stites who he was having an affair with at the time. Unfortunately for Rodney, Stites was engaged to a Bastrop police officer named Jimmy Fennel who allegedly didn’t take to kindly to his future wife sleeping with a black man.
Luckily there aren’t very many examples of the perfect storm occurring in a community where a dysfunctional family, a broken child-protection agency, and a community that makes a series of unlucky decisions end with the death of a beautiful, happy, and loving 5-year-old little girl. Episode 41, however, isn’t one of them. On January 8th, 2015, Phoebe Jonchuck was thrown 62 feet off the Dick Misener Bridge in Tampa, Florida. As a result, she died at the hands of her father.
But the author of Sword and Scale Mike Boudet also incorporates unknown artist music and has good taste here are some of the track I found pretty much cool downtown tempo.
So here I’m going to give the most disturbing podcast out of all 50 that I listened to
One of the more bizarre stories of our lifetime; the story of Luka Magnotta is wrought with remorseful refrains and awkward pauses. This is a man, who was so narcissistic that there would be nothing to stand between him and what he wanted in life.. fame. Had he been “normal” his goals might have been awe-inspiring, but Luka was the worst type of person, a psychopathic narcissist, and he would flaunt it in the nose of the good people of the world.
The hell he would unleash online is something that would bring many to tears. He would find a way to reach fame, or infamy, one way or another. Whether it be adult films or the slaughter of animals, Luka was destined for stardom. Unfortunately for the Chinese International Student Jun Lin, who would eventually become a victim of his madness, Magnotta would find the International spotlight he was looking for. His crime, would be one so brutal and so bizarre that it would prompt Canada’s largest International manhunt, but would they ever catch this killer, who was a virtual phantom, before it was too late?
Dont Judge me I just have a love true crime, its defiantly more crazy then fiction and as Mike says “there might be a monster living next door.”