Midweek Murders


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Midweek Murders is a True Crime Comedy podcast based in the UK made by Sandra and Joe. They talk about a different case every other week, where Sandra introduces the case and Joe explains the forensic science. Mostly though, it's bants and beer.

Moose Murder

Agneta Westlund was found dead by a lake in Sweden. The police arrested her husband, Ingemar, because they suspected that he had run her over with a l...
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The Lost Lord Lucan

Sandra Rivett was bludgeoned to death by John Bingham, 7th Earl of Lucan. The theory being that he mistook her for his wife (Lady Veronica), who she w...
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Lockdown Loco

Five days into the first UK lockdown, Anthony Williams strangled his wife Ruth Williams to death. He pleaded guilty to manslaughter by reason of dimin...
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The Gaslighting Gold Digger

Ian Stewart was found guilty of murdering his fiancée, successful author Helen Bailey. Joe explains why hair is a useful tool in forensic toxicology, ...
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The White House Farm

Nevill and June Bamber were murdered in their farmhouse along with their daughter, Sheila Caffell and her twin sons, Daniel and Nicholas. The police w...
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A Razzled Razzell

Glyn Razzell was found guilty of the murder of his ex wife Linda Razzell, but her body has never been found. Joe explains why the blood spatter eviden...
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Knives and Nasties

Courtney Valentine-Brown was murdered by Ian Slater and Alex Stephens, aided by Kelly King and Stuart Pearson. Joe talks about how cellphone data was ...
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Inborn Error of Justice

Patricia Stallings was wrongfully convicted of poisoning her son Ryan with antifreeze. He was later proven to have died of a rare hereditary disease. ...
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Krystal Clear Evidence

The murder of Krystal Beslanowitch was solved with the help of a vacuum. Joe explains how that worked, and Sandra gets a cleaning boner (not because o...
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The Stratton Brothers

The Stratton brothers murdered Thomas and Ann Farrow in 1905, and were some of the first people to be convicted with the help of fingerprint evidence....
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