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.
Finally! After a few extra days of technical frustration here’s Episode 002 of Dark Poutine. In this episode, part one of two, Mike and Scott talk about the hunt for the infamous Abbotsford Killer after the rape and murder of 16 year old Tanya Smith and horrific, near fatal beating of her best friend Misty Cockerill on Friday, October 13, 1995 in AbbotsFord, Britsh Columbia.
Just in time for Halloween we bring you Episode #001 of Dark Poutine. After a brief introduction Mike and Scott tackle the case of the floating feet, also known as the Salish Sea Feet.
Here’s a photo I took of my studio building progress so far: I’ve been working hard on getting things ready to go. Not the least of which is writing and researching podcast episodes. I’m actually a bit surprised by the learning curve and work that goes into getting a podcast off the ground. Pretty rewarding …