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Jun 5, 2021

This episode we talk about the "Lioness of Brittany", a woman who took revenge against King Philip IV by becoming a pirate and commandeering war ships known as the Black Fleet. Outraged by the execution of her husband, Jeanne de Clisson haunted the French fleet for 13 years during her piracy career, before deciding...


Apr 24, 2021

After the disgusting woman of last week’s episode, Ghislaine Maxwell and her involvement with Epstein, I felt like it was important to cover a woman who’s story ended with her getting her own justice.Now, trigger warning for mentions of rape, but our story is Timoclea of Thebes, who murdered the man who raped her by...


Apr 13, 2021

Maxwell is infamous at this time for her association with convicted pedophile and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, and is currently awaiting trial for charges against her involving sex trafficking and conspiracy. After watching the docuseries "Filthy Rich" on Netflix, there is a lot to discuss about her case...


Mar 28, 2021

Today we journey to Madagascar, in the early 1800’s at a time when the country was being increasingly fought over by France and Britain. From what I’ve been able to tell, her story is one that’s hard to find the truth on because it’s been so exaggerated and twisted by history. I’ll give my final opinion at the...


Mar 19, 2021

Gesche Gottfried is our murderess of the week, keeping with the theme of caretakers who poison and kill those who are under their care. Gottfried had killed anywhere between 16-30 people using arsenic between the years of 1813-1826, and was the last person to be publicly executed in Bremen, Germany.