Author: Mike Browne

April 1, 2018 / / disasters

Episode 020: On a warm August evening in 1989 19-year-old Kimberly McAndrew got off work early from her work at the Canadian Tire store at Quinpool Road in Halifax. She was never seen again and her family and police are still searching for clues in her disappearance. They even turned to a psychic investigator at one point and we share some audio from three of those sessions as well as our own speculations and connections.

  • If you have information on this case, please contact any of the following: 
  • Halifax Regional Police: 902-490-5333
  • Reference Case#: 2006-99031 
  • Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-TIPS(8477) or online at https://www.tipsubmit.com/webtipsstart.aspx 
  • Crime Stoppers provides anonymous tipping 
  • Send email to the National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains at: canadasmissing-disparuscanada@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
  • Nova Scotia is still offering up to $150,000 as a reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible for McAndrew’s disappearance. 

PROMO: Killafornia Dreaming

March 24, 2018 / / episodes

Episode 019: In our last episode career criminal Allan Legere had just been convicted of the murder of respected Chatham shopkeeper John Glendenning and the rape and attempted murder of Glendenning’s wife Mary. Legere was nowhere near done. In May of 1989 he escaped from prison and went on a rampage that terrified Atlantic Canada for the next seven months. Prior to Legere’s capture in the fall another 4 residents of the Chatham, NB area lay dead at the hands of the Monster of Mirimachi. BONUS: All Crime No Cattle promo

March 17, 2018 / / episodes

Episode 018: We return to Atlantic Canada for the first of a two part series on Allan Joseph Legere aka The Monster of Mirimachi. In part one we learn about Legere’s childhood, early crimes and the brutal murder of elderly local shopowner John Glendenning and the attempted murder and sexual assault of Mary during a burglary. This lead to Legere being sentenced to life in prison, but sadly, it was only the beginning. BONUS: Go shit in your hat compilation and Kyla, the first Prime Minister fo Dark Poutine loses her marbles.

March 10, 2018 / / episodes


Episode 017: In the late 60’s a sadistic serial murderer named Wayne Boden stalked and killed at least 3 women in Montreal, Quebec. He was given the nickname the Vampire Rapist due to his penchant for brutally biting his victims during the commission of his heinous crimes. By the time he was caught in Calgary a fourth woman was dead. His trial included the first testimony in forensic odontology in Canada; setting legal precedents.

March 2, 2018 / / episodes


Episode 016: In March of 1982 the small community called Bangs Falls, just outside of Liverpool, Nova Scotia made national news after the local bully, Billy Stafford, was found minus his head in his pick up truck along the side of the road. Someone had ended his reign of terror with a single blast of a 12 gauge shotgun. Billy’s death was news in itself, but who did the deed was even more newsworthy – his long suffering, regularly brutalized common-law wife Jane Hurshman. BONUS: Mike’s personal connections to the area, one of the officers involved with Billy Stafford and Jane Hurshman’s lawyer.

February 24, 2018 / / episodes


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.

February 17, 2018 / / episodes


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.

February 9, 2018 / / episodes


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.

February 3, 2018 / / episodes


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.

January 27, 2018 / / episodes

Episode 011 is about the disappearance and murder of 8-year-old Mindy Tran of Kelowna, BC in 1994. Mindy was found under strange circumstances almost three months later. The ensuing search for Mindy’s killer, the RCMP investigation, arrest and trial of a suspect and shocking aftermath still haunt the people who remember the case.