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Season 1 (Episode 6) Delphine LaLaurie

 "Oh, my precious things..." -Delphine LaLaurie Madame Delphine LaLaurie Trailer: Madame Delphine LaLaurie Full Episode: Postcard of the LaLaurie Mansion (Picture source: LaLaurie Mansion on Royal Street (Picture source: Sources for episode: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Season 1 (Episode 5) Samuel Green

 America's Public Enemy #1... Samuel Green Trailer: Samuel Green Full Episode: Gallows example Picture source: renderosity Likeness of Samuel Green Picture source: annalsofcrime Sources for episode: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Season 1 (Episode 4) "Patty" Cannon

The first female serial killer... in American History. Patty Cannon Trailer: Patty Cannon Full Episode: Patty Cannon Gang's House Picture source: Sources for episode: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Season 1 (Episode 3) Samuel Mason

 Just as shady as the Harpe Brothers... Samuel Mason brought about pain and suffering onto the eastern landscape. With not a care to other's livelihoods or wellbeing, took items, material, and lives, and leaving a forever mark onto the American history of the 18th century. Join us when as we try to make sense of these cruel man's deeds! Samuel Mason Trailer: Samuel Mason Full Episode: Cave in Rock in Illinois.   Photo credit: Atlas Obscura Cave in Rock in Illinois.   Photo credit: Atlas Obscura Episode Sources: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Season 1 (Episode 2) Harpe Brothers

 Harpe Brothers: Two of the first serial killers in American history. They actually come before H. H. Holmes for their evil deeds during the 18th century. From attacking settlers to the new land on the east coast, to robbing and looting on the river, these guys were not kind to the people around them. Join us as we explore their reasons and ways! Harpe Brothers Trailer: Harpe Brothers Full Episode: Harpe Brothers according to past descriptions Photo credit:

Season 1 (Episode 1) H. H. Holmes

 H.H. Holmes is the first known American serial killer.  “I was born with the devil in me...” -- H. H. Holmes His murders were fueled by greed and money. He was linked to a total of nine murders, but could be responsible for 230 or more. In this episode we discuss the possible alternative motives, the reason behind some, and the theory of a faked death to collect on cash. Join us!  H.H. Holmes  Photo Credit: Chicago History Museum/Getty Images World's Fair Hotel, aka: "The Murder Castle'  Chicago, Illinois Photo credit: Chicago History Museum/Getty Images the post office that is located where H.H. Holmes murder castle once stood — spooky lump (@dirtymagick) May 6, 2016 Works Cited: 1. 2. 3.

Welcome to Diabolic Evil-Trailer

Welcome to Diabolic Evil.  It touches on serial killers, their possible motives, and reasoning. As well as, hauntings, crime, and other "spooky" moments in time. We welcome you to Diabolic Evil. Hope you stick around with us and explore the topics of true crime, serial killers/their motives, hauntings across the world, unsolved crimes, cold cases (solved or unsolved), and our own commentary on each topic.  We hope to make this podcast, not only interesting, but also investigative and informative.  Thanks for listening and we hope you enjoy Diabolic Evil. You can follow us for most recent episodes on our website: Diabolic Evil .  -Skylar & Shelly