A friend of the ‘cast mentioned that crimes that happen in rural locations are often much more interesting than the humdrum every day incidents in big cities, so we took a look at some stories that could only happen in those wide open spaces.
[0:00] Mark tells CoRri about people who feel compelled to eat non-edible things
[15:00] Mark’s kid probably has Covid, we’re obsessed with the new theme Halloween Kills theme song by Ghost, Hunter’s Moon, and the Child’s Play Cinematic Universe is more impressive than people give it credit for
[34:40] The results of our experiment about playground songs
[38:25] We talk about some interesting crimes that could only happen in the more rural parts of the world
Stuff we referenced:
- Farmer harboured 8-year grudge over ‘blind’ ferrets – https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/news/courts/farmer-harboured-8-year-grudge-over-blind-ferrets-36499293.html
- Former employer of 3 Medford murder suspects says one was fired for drug violation – https://ktvl.com/newsletter-daily/former-employer-of-3-medford-murder-suspects-says-one-was-fired-for-drug-violation
- Lambs ‘shot and butchered’ in bizarre WA rural crime spree – https://www.smh.com.au/national/western-australia/lambs-shot-and-butchered-in-bizarre-wa-rural-crime-spree-20171020-gz5fdg.html
- How farmer Andrew Kehoe became US’ first mass murderer, killing 38 children – https://nypost.com/article/how-andrew-kehoe-became-us-first-mass-murderer/
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