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This week, the ladies tell the story of a grisly murder that has a connection to the 2004 film 'Shall We Dance' and the tale of a crook who thought he knew something far better than using a getaway car. 

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Intro music ('I'm Going For a Coffee') by Lee Rosevere & Kooky Crime's song is Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin, found on freemusicarchive.org

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The ladies go to PEI for a chat about a murder that was a lifetime in the making, plus sabotaged potatoes. 

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Intro music ('I'm Going For a Coffee') by Lee Rosevere on freemusicarchive.org.

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This week, Lilly and Krista tell the thrilling tale of the Mad Trapper of Rat River plus the sad story of a man who lost something that was close to the bottom of his heart, or the heart of his bottom.

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On a very special episode of 36 Times, we bring on our friend and guest, Amanda, to share her personal story of a Canadian murder mystery. 

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This week, with a very lively live audience of two, Lilly and Krista talk the last woman hanged in Newfoundland, a bonus crime Lilly heard about on TV, and a surprise art piece that shocked Vancouver. 

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We talk the Sydney River McDonald's Murders this week, hitting a local-ish story us in Nova Scotia's Cape Breton, then go to a tale of a man and his sausage--it's not what you think, unless you think it is actual sausage, then well aren't you innocent?

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Music by www.bensound.com.

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We chat about Wayne Boden, a killer with a toothy calling card, and a crazy Canadian crime submitted by a listener that features not only Tim Horton's (Double Double points!) but an animal you wouldn't expect unless you read the title of the podcast!

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Music by www.bensound.com and Jay Semko.

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Krista shares her home town murder and as always we have a ridiculous crime...finally ending on more Can Con than you Can Con handle!

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Episode 2, and we dive into a tough one here. The Richardson Family murders, featuring Canada's youngest person convicted of murder. But, as always, we end it on a crazy Canadian crime, so don't worry, it isn't all bleak!

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This is it! Our first little podcast! Listen as Lilly & Krista talk Mark Twitchell- The Dexter killer. Some sound issues here from us first timers, but hey, listen to the NEXT one, and your ears will thank you!!

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