Update; in this episode we mention a story about some children being chased by a woman with a knife. Further details have come out and it seems the children got into a fictitious altercation with the accused son. This still does not justify the use of racial slurs or chasing children with a knife so we stand by most of what we said
This week we kick things off with a well intentioned, albeit misplaced, apology to the blind/visually impaired community of Trinidad and Tobago…….they know Shaunelle is sorry so we’ll leave it at that.
This rough start also came along with a tale of a mysterious horse death, a racist chasing children with knives and bad parenting. If you think any of the aforementioned topics will piss you off this may not be the episode for you.
Shaunelle leads with her case of an adventurous Els Van Doren and her last skydiving attempt. What could’ve been a case of misfortune was soon unraveled as a case of revenge ….or so the evidence suggested.
Then Susana hits us with something that’s not her usual style. Not to give anything away but she uses the phrase “tasted her brains” so just know you may leave this episode with no appetite.
Be warned, we re-recorded the lost episode from last week and had lots to unpack including 2 (yes two) stories of road rage with drastically different endings. The actual content doesn’t start until around min 22.
With that said, Susana kicks us off with a tragic story of how a family was almost completely wiped out by a person who allowed their ego in the driver’s seat. As if that wasn’t enough it wouldn’t be a Susana case if you didn’t leave absolutely gutted at the penalty or lack thereof.
Then Shaunelle lightens the mood with a repeat of her clueless cases from last week. Luckily Susana still thought they were pretty entertaining.
Canada Eh ?! If you’re from here you know that we have a reputation for being …..nice but the rogue few who choose to debunk that rep, take it to the next level.
Case in point, Susana hits us with the notorious case of Paul Bernardo and his reign of terror in Ontario. We can all agree his crimes were heinous but it was the participation of his sidekick that really pissed people off.
Then Shaunelle brings us what may be the ultimate whodunit. 3 people dead in a hotel, no suspects and only the scene as a witness. The only thing weirder than the crime scene was the actual crime.
Then to decompress us all, cuz we need it after the trauma, she then brings us a case of a patriot and a criminal. Two words: Canadian Elsa. Enjoy !
As usual, lots going on around here. We have a Boni update, proof of why you may not be able to trust Uber Eats and we saw Chris Rock’s stand-up (we don’t talk about that in this episode but we just had to let you know).
Shaunelle is up to bat first with a tale of a Malaysian witch named Mona Fandey. She was the originator of main character energy and wasn’t going to let something small like murder stop her from being the star she was born to be.
Then Susana follows with a story of a young woman who was In Love. A love to end all loves. She was in a bad situation and luckily she had a brave boyfriend who was prepared to do anything, and we mean anything, to save her.
We’re going to go right ahead and tell you that you’re not expecting the turn our second case takes. If you have a weak stomach, this is not the episode for you.
Susana is up first this week with the case of a cheerleader. As a young girl commited to her sport of choice she would go to any length to ensure nothing jeopardized her ability to cheer. Nothing……. Not even her own daughter.
Then Shaunelle covers the case of a budding rapper who, due to a series of events, relied on drugs to manage his pain. Unfortunately, one really bad trip would land him in jail for the rest of his life.
We’re so sorry about last week. The flu tried to take out half the team (Shaunelle). 6 wasted hours at the ER and one round of antibiotics later and we’re back !
First up, Shaunelle covers the case of the eccentric John Du Pont and Olympic super star David Shultz. John was obsessed with a sport he was forbidden to play and may have taken his frustrations and feelings of inadequacy out on an innocent victim. This case is short but not without its surprises.
Then, Susana brings us a story of a mother (shocking right?) But this mother was unlike any other she’s covered before because this mother may have turned a blind eye to one of the most heinous cases of abuse we’ve ever heard. You be the judge.
Check out our sources below *Susana’s sources will follow soon: