015 – Gilbert Paul Jordan – The Boozing Barber


Episode 015: Gilbert Paul Jordan, a.k.a. the Boozing Barber, loved to drink and carouse with women. Between 1965 and 1987 nine women died of acute alcohol poisoning while in his company, while four others came close. Although police knew about Jordan’s involvement in their deaths. his prey were the down on their luck indigenous women from Vancouver’s downtown East Side. Cops tended believed him when he told them he found them that way, even though he was a violent and sadistic career criminal. Women like that die every day down town. He was only ever charged with one murder and how that turned out was shocking too.

Read more015 – Gilbert Paul Jordan – The Boozing Barber

014 – Chris Benoit – The Canadian Crippler


Episode 014: In keeping with the rules of Dark Poutine, this episode is about famed Canadian wrestler and infamous murderer Chris Benoit, also known as the Canadian Crippler. Benoit murdered his second wife Nancy and their seven year old son, Daniel over a three day lost weekend at the end of June in 2007. Benoit then committed suicide himself. Much speculation followed as to Benoit’s motives for the horrific crimes.

Read more014 – Chris Benoit – The Canadian Crippler

013 – Babes in the Woods – Stanley Park


Episode 013: In this episode we tackle a popular unsolved case here in the Lower Mainland of BC. In 1953 two skeletons were found in Vancouver’s beautiful Stanley Park. More than 65 years later, the murders of what turned out to be two children remain unsolved. Bonus: Scott does a hacky job of profiling a murderer.

Read more013 – Babes in the Woods – Stanley Park

012 – Moncton Mountie Murders


Episode 012: The crimes we’re looking at in took place in Moncton, New Brunswick on June 4. 2014. In just over twenty minutes, 3 members of the local RCMP lay dead and another two had been shot. The community was terrified as a massive manhunt took place over the next 29 hours for the gunman who was still on the loose. Bonus: Listen to Mike mispronounce French surnames.

Read more012 – Moncton Mountie Murders