Hey listeners! This week, instead of a regularly scheduled episode, we are doing a Patron Preview and sharing one of our favourites from the past. It's been a stressful time at 36 Times headquarters, specifically involving selling and moving houses, so unfortunately, new content has to be put on pause this week. We will be back in two weeks time with something new for you, of course! We appreciate your understanding, and look forward to what we have planned to share with you later in the month!

Without further ado...it's April's Patron Only Episode!

Patrons! It's April, and Lilly brings the story of Maurice Doyle, a murderer who used something that was at hand--an ax! Didn't you hear everyone had one back then? 

Have some sources!

1, 2, 3  or buy the book!

This episode, Krista and Lilly have a guest along for the adventure, and it's Andy, bringing the story of the Ardenne Abbey Massacre, a war crime committed against Canadian soldiers in the aftermath of D-Day. Then, because whoa now, that's heavy stuff, the ladies bring some kooky crimes involving a nosy moose and a hipster raccoon. 

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

 You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Have some sources! (Thanks to Andy!)

Lackenbauer, P. Whitney & Madsen, Chris M.V. (2007). Kurt Meyer on Trial: A Documentary Record. Government of Canada Catalogue Number. D2-207/2007E.

Beevor, Antony (2009). D-Day: The Battle for Normandy.
New York; Toronto: Viking.
ISBN 978-0-670-02119-2.

Hastings, Max (1984). Overlord: D-Day and the Battle for Normandy.
Simon & Schuster.
ISBN 978-0-671-46029-3

Stacey, C.P.(1960). Official History of the Canadian Army in the Second World War: Volume III: The Victory Campaign: The Operations in North-west Europe 1944-45.
Queen's Printer, Ottawa, ON.

Luther, Craig W.H. (1987). Blood and Honor: The History of the 12th SS Panzer Division "Hitler Youth", 1943-1945.
R. James Bender Publishing, San Jose, CA.
ISBN 978-0-912138-38-6

McKay, A. Donald (2005). Gaudeamus Igitur "Therefore Rejoice".
Bunker to Bunker Books, Calgary, AB, 2005.
ISBN 978-1-894255-53-4

Whitaker, Denis and Shelagh Whitaker, with Terry Copp (2000). Victory at Falaise: The Soldier's Story.
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., Toronto, ON.
ISBN 978-0-00-200017-2

This week, the ladies are talking Capital Punishment! Lilly tells the tale of the history of it in Canada, plus some added discussion of a not-so-pasty past discussion of bringing it back.  Krista then talks about the "how?" of the death sentence, plus some close looks at some instances of it being served.  Then, the kooky crime time includes bears and beers, but in two separate stories, so don't get too excited for drunken bears!

You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

Have some sources!

Lilly's sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

Krista's sources: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Listeners! Krista and Lilly are back! It's season two of 36 Times, and in their first episode, the ladies discuss Mental Health! Lilly takes a look at how mental health is approached in the justice system while Krista brings some pasty past history of treatments. Then, there is discussion of a recent Netflix show which covers difficult topic matter, including suicide. As the disclaimer at the top of the episode says, listener discretion is advised. 

If you need help, know that there are people ready to give you support. For resources in Nova Scotia, click here. For find a more local resource through the Canadian Mental Health Association, click here. If you are from outside Canada, we welcome comments with resources you have found helpful. 

 You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

Have some sources!

Lilly's sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 

Krista's sources: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

Listeners! It's news! We're changing! As the announcement says, we're shaking things up here at 36 Times--don't worry, though, we're still here, and still looking forward to talking true crime with you all! 

We were getting close to losing the joy that podcasting was bringing us, so we decided to adjust accordingly. Instead of our usual case + kooky, the new episodes will feature discussions on researched topics each of us bring to the table (and of course, still something kooky!) The new format will feature discussions of such topics as mental health procedures in our system, military massacres of Canada's pasty past, and what Canada's only form of capital punishment ever was. This doesn't mean we won't cover cases--how can we help ourselves!--but it will mean a more open field for us to pull from for our biweekly episodes.

We will be back in July (on Canada Day, whoop whoop!) after a brief hiatus with new content and a new format, and we hope to see you then! For those of you who have been with us since the beginning, thank you for getting this far, and for those of you just joining us, welcome, and see you soon with something different but familiar come July!

This week, Krista brings along the story of the tragic demise of Annie Kempton. Make sure to check out our instagram for photos to go along with this one! Then, Lilly has a case of deja vu followed by a kooky that is fresh and exciting!

 Also, stay tuned for a special announcement, coming up soon!

You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Have some sources!

1,2,3,4,5 

First, listeners, this one is a difficult case including discussion of torture and the murder of a minor, so listener discretion is advised.

This week, Lilly looks at a case of a pair of grandparents and their grandchild being brutally murdered by a man holding a grudge. Then, Krista talks Timbits, and a case of some smugglin'. 

A special thanks to Andy this week for helping Lilly with her research! Thank you thank you thank you!

You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

You can contact us at:

Have some sources!

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Kooky! 

1 

Listeners, it is Krista's turn, and in true Krista form, she brings us the story of an unsolved case of a student who went missing from a Nova Scotian university! It's the story of Kenley Matheson.  Then, Lilly talks about a Dork Knight rising during a tense moment in B.C..  Plus, a special guest, listener Courtney Smith, and her majestic moose call! Listen for it!

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Have some sources!

1, 2, 3, 4,  5 , 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 

Kooky

1 

Listeners, your hosts are back to chat crime, and it's Lilly's turn to bring a story! Thinking about International Day of Pink, she looks at the story of Alloura Wells, a young transwoman who died mysteriously and whose case was part of what lead Toronto Police Service to develop of Missing Persons Unit--another piece of that puzzle was the case of Tess Richey, which Lilly also chats briefly about. Krista than brings the story of a mysterious prank or malacious mash, you be the judge!

Curious about Maggie's Toronto? Check out their website here.

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

Don't forget to check out The Re-Solved Mysteries Podcast!

Why not check out: Rated E for Estrogen, Fear Baiting, or Crime Time!

 You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Have some sources!

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 

Kooky

1 

Listeners! Surprise! The ladies bring you an episode a week early! It's the tale of a town in BC with more thrills and chills than a roller coaster park in the Arctic! Then, Krista gives us some history then some kooky!  Remember, we aren't back next week, but the week after that!

Want to hear more of our episodes, or would like to hear them early? Why not check out our patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/36times 

Don't forget to check out The Re-Solved Mysteries Podcast!

You can contact us at:

36timespodcast@gmail.com 

@36timespodcast on Twitter and Instagram, and we're on facebook! With a bonus group page message thing aka discussion group

Intro music  is by We Talk of Dreams & Kooky Crime's song is by Petros! Exciting!

Have some sources!

The main crime:

1

2 

3 

4 

Krista's Stories:

1, 2, 3 

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