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.
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.
Episode 010 has been a tough one for us to get out. This is Mike’s personal story of what happened to him one summer night in 1981 and how one event effected him to this day. He hopes that in the telling of his story, others will feel safe enough to share their own and unburden themseleves of a secret. Thanks to Jami from the MURDERISH podcast for this week’s intro. Jami’s recent episode, A Stranger in my Bedroom, helped us get over the hump to telling this story.
This is a weird one. I’m not sorry. We needed a break from the murder.
In Episode 009, we ask you to take a trip with us to Hollywood Hospital in New Westminster, BC, to meet Acid Al Hubbard the Johnny Appleseed of LSD who turned on Timothy Leary and facilitated psychedelic experiences for everyone, from philosophers and religious leaders, every day folks who were struglling in their lives, to musicians and actors. Cary Grant had many experiences with Acid Al.
In Episode 008, we meet Peter Woodcock, Canada’s youngest serial killer, who at the age of 17, killed three children from 1956 to 1957 in Toronto, Ontario. After spending 34 years in confinement he killed again, on his first day out.
In Episode 007, we head off to Mike’s hometown, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, and in particular the nieghbourhood where he grew up. The disappearance and murder of 12-year-old Karissa Boudreau still gets talked about around the small town, especially due to the horrific nature of the crime.
Episode 006, is extra special, this is our first Christmas episode and the last show until the new year. The subject of this episode is extremely disturbing, in fact it may put you off your egg nog. We want to ensure you are forewarned about it’s content. Listen at your own peril.
We hope you all have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. All the best, much love, Mike and Scott
Episode 005, takes on the case of filmmaker and wannabe serial killer Mark Twitchell from, Edmonton Alberta. Mark Twitchell liked the Phantom Menace. That had to be where the problem started.
This is Episode 004 of Dark Poutine. Here we present The Halifax Explosion, in honour of the 100th annversary of the disaster. Prior to the detonation of the first atomic bomb was the largest manmade explosion humanity had seen. It devastated Halifax and many residents died, or were severly injured. As well as the loss of life and limb, many were left without adequate shelter from the druel Nova Scotia winter.
Thanks to Erics and D’Arcy for sharing music in this episode, for sharing Joshua Smith’s song, The Day The City Died. You can find it here: https://joshuasmith.bandcamp.com/
Here’s Episode 003 of Dark Poutine. In this episode, part one of two, Mike and Scott give a little background on the Terry Driver, Abbotsford Killer charged with the rape and murder of 16 year old Tanya Smith and near fatal beating of her best friend Misty Cockerill in 1995 in AbbotsFord, Britsh Columbia. Scott reveals how he knew the Driver family and Terry. As well Scott became oddly involved in the media frenzy around Terry Driver after his arrest and prior to his trial.