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Death By Champagne

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Death By Champagne

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Here to keep you up at night with coverage of macabre murders, haunting cold cases, possessions, conspiracies, and all things occult.

Latest Episodes

EP 70 - Things Are Getting Very Heated

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Liv starts us off with an old case but a very important case. It involves Thomas Brady who was charged and convicted of murder. His case is the one we can thank for the Brady Violations being put into effect. Mack takes us to London and covers the Thames Torso Murders. She covers a span of history where body parts where coming up all over London, and the particular set that Mack dives into most likely had nothing to do with Jack the Ripper. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, child murder, and some really graphic body mutilation discussions. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources Brady Violations Long Reads Article by Thomas Dybdahl Thames Torso Murders Gerard Spicer - The Thames Torso Murders of 1887-89 Jack the Ripper Wikipedia The Times (London, Greater London, England) The Times (London, Greater London, England) 11, June 1889 September 1873 Annual Register Dismemberment in Victorian London: The Thames Torso Murders. By Shane McCorristine The Thames Torso Murders - whitechapeljack.com The Thames Torso Murders - by M.J. Trow

81 MIN1 d ago
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EP 70 - Things Are Getting Very Heated

EP 69 - You Can't Dress Like Jesus

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Mack starts us off with our very first cult! She covers Victor Barnard, the leader of the River Road Fellowship; his rise to cult leadership, his disgusting sex crimes, and his downfall. Liv takes us to London for a really recent Buzzfeed Investigates topic covering the dangers of GHB in the gay community. How predators are using GHB, the very heartbreaking death of Gerhard Venter, and what his husband Ashley Chaplain is doing to find answers and closure. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, really graphic details regarding rape, child rape, and discussions about date rape drugs. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources River Road Fellowship Catie L’Heureux, The Cut “Everything You Need to Know About Victor Barnard, the Creepy Cult Leader Accused of Sexually Assaulting Minors” Catie L’Heureux, The Cut “Two Childhood Rape Survivors Just Ended a Cult Leader’s Terrifying Reign” Kehla Backman, “The More You Commit, The More The Leader Loves You” M.L. Nestel, The Daily Beast Karl Kahler, Twin Cities Pioneer Press “ Heavy.com A. R. Vander Vegt, Moose Lake Star-Gazette Sandra G. Boodman, “The Way of Many”, Washington Post Thomas Clouse, Associated Press The Way International, Wikipedia Jennifer Brooks, Jenna Ross and Anderson Barbosa Star Tribune William Laney, Wapakoneta Daily News/ November 7, 2000 Buzzfeed Investigates Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Ashley Chaplain Blog Reynard Sinaga Article; by Patrick Strudwick

82 MIN1 w ago
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EP 69 - You Can't Dress Like Jesus

EP 68 - Both Had Vultures

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Mack starts off 2020 with a very recent, and very local murder. The murder of Carla Burns, this one is so recent that her killer has yet to be sentenced. Liv brings you a really strange case from Alaska, that’s all we're saying so nothing is given away. Just know there is death, possible murders, and a missing person. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, fucked up police work, very amazing police work, and descriptions of dead bodies. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources Carla Burns The Charley Project The Southern Illinoisian - Nick Mariano and Issac Smith X95 Radio Isaac Smith, The Southern Illinoisian Alaska The Atlantic: Alex Tizon

78 MIN2 w ago
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EP 68 - Both Had Vultures

EP 67 - Anoint Me Oh Lord

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! Since it is the holiday season Liv thought it perfect timing to bring in a little history with our murder. She talks about the history of the Winter Solstice, things you can do this weekend to celebrate, and an old timey cold case that happened on the Winter Solstice. Mack brings you a big bummer to even out our holiday cheer. She talks about the unjustified murder of Nancy Zanone, and dives into her killers background. This episode contains foul language, discussions about murder and domestic violence. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Winter Solstice Sources Celebrating Winter Solstice; Selena Fox Bustle Article; Alli Hoff Kosik Wikipedia, Sol Invictus Jeff Paine BlogspotSpirit Daughter Nancy Zanone Sources AP, “Missouri Murderer Dies…”STL Post DispatchRemains found at Sedalia trailer court identified - STL Post Dispatch Dec. 27th, 1963, STL Post Dispatch, “Decision Monday on Trying Arbeiter As An Adult” Slaying in South St. Louis: Justice Denied for Nancy Zanone By Vicki Berger Erwin, Bryan Erwin Fox 4 Article by: Michelle Pekarsky and Shannon Obrian

78 MIN3 w ago
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EP 67 - Anoint Me Oh Lord

EP 66 - Do Something Better

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Liv starts us off with a real bummer that has some major controversies. She covers the crimes of Russell Bucklew the most recent death row inmate to be executed in Missouri. Mack brings us an infuriating cold case, the murder of Linda Sherman. Just when you think her case can’t get anymore twisty turny, it does, over and over again. Her ending will leave you wanting answers. This episode contains foul language, discussions about murder, the death penalty, and rape. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Russell Bucklew Sources The Appeal The Sander’s Family written by Scott Moyers Murderpedia Linda Sherman Sources Laura Higgin, Body of Evidence, Riverfront Times - November 17th, 1999 Thom Gross, STL Post Dispatch, “Police Appeal for Clues in 1985 Murder” Unsolved Mysteries

78 MIN2019 DEC 20
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EP 66 - Do Something Better

EP 65 - Two Squirrels

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! And Happy Friday the 13th! This week Mack brings us a really gruesome and infuriating case. She covers the Dardeen family murders. Were they a randomly targeted family? Or was their killer somehow involved with them? She dives into possible theories including a known serial killer’s confession. This episode contains foul language, really graphic depictions of murder, rape, and child murder. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources: Becky Malkovich, Interview with a Murderer, The Southern Illinoisan Flynn McRoberts, 13-Year Vigil of Fear Eases in Illinois Town, Chicago Tribune Office of Clark County Prosecuting Attorney Jim Shur, Northwest Herald Produced by Chris Young, Live To Tell: Crystal’s Courage Charles Montaldo, ThoughtCo U of I Springfield, Illinois Innocence Project Catherine Rowe, Nicole Ruggiero, Christopher Ruotolo, Jason Smith - Radford Dept. of Psychology

59 MIN2019 DEC 13
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EP 65 - Two Squirrels

EP 64 - Puncture and Drain It

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We have a super long episode for you guys, so get ready. Liv covers numerous cases along Highway 20 in Oregon that all have one thing in common, some connection to John Ackroyd. Mack brings you a really fun episode about a local mad doctor, specifically Dr. Joseph McDowell. You’ll hear all about his history, his work, and some illegal activities that led to his demise. And to wrap it up we get a ghost story of the maiden in the cave. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, rape, and lots of old time doctor stuff. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Highway 20 Sources Ghosts of Highway 20; Oregonian Dr. Joseph McDowell Sources Science Direct Victoria Cossner & Lorelei Shannon, Missouri’s Mad Doctor McDowell RootsWeb - Genealogy Old Medical Doctors, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1891 Luke Ritter, Anatomy, Grave-Robbing, and Spiritualism in Antebellum St. Lo...

115 MIN2019 NOV 29
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EP 64 - Puncture and Drain It

EP 63 - Sex Mania

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We are back this week to bring you a few legends and their possible true crime origins. Mack brings us the Hook Man Legend and it’s possible association with Texarkana Moonlight Murders. Liv brings you the Babysitting Horror story brought to life with the murder of Janett Christman, along with another possible connection. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, rape, child murder and rape, and spooky legends. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Hook Man LegendWikipedia, The HookJan Harold Brunvand, American Folklore: An EncyclopediaWikipedia, Jan Harold BrunvandJake Rossen, Mental FlossPrudence Mackintosh, Texas MonthlyCarlton Stowers, The Dallas ObserverPaul McDonnold, Phantom MemoriesBill Ellis, "The Hook" Reconsidered: Problems in Classifying and Interpreting Adolescent Horror LegendsJames Presley, The Phantom Killer Babysitter Horror StoryTrue Crime A...

86 MIN2019 NOV 22
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EP 63 - Sex Mania

EP 62 - Hellfire for the Thankful Season

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We are back this week with a super long episode to hold you over for our break next week. This week Liv brings you the Waco Lake murders of Jill Montgomery, Raylene Rice, and Kenneth Franks. We say it about a million times in the episode but please check out the link to the Texas Monthly article, that spans more than a years worth of investigative journalism to cover this case. Warning: it runs deep and it will make you enraged. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, rape, wrongful convictions, shitty police work, the death penalty, and a lot of angry outbursts. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Texas Monthly story by Michael Hall

96 MIN2019 NOV 8
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EP 62 - Hellfire for the Thankful Season

EP 61 - Get Out of my DM's

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We hope everyone had a great Halloween! This week we are back to our original format! Mack is here to give us not one, but two body snatching tales (well kind of, we’ll get into it), along with a lot of gross details about what can happen to your body after death. I bring you guys the murder of Zona Heaster and how her ghost helped to solve her death. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, body horror, and lots of gross stuff. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Barranquilla Corpse Collector Links Mary Roach” Stiff, Crimes of Anatomy Chapter: David L. Marcus, Dallas Morning News Los Angeles Times AP - March 2, 1992 Barranquilla Carnival Info The Anatomy Murders Burke and Hare, Wikipedia Zona Heaster Links Appalachian History by Dave Tabler Murder by Gaslight

72 MIN2019 NOV 1
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EP 61 - Get Out of my DM's

Latest Episodes

EP 70 - Things Are Getting Very Heated

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Liv starts us off with an old case but a very important case. It involves Thomas Brady who was charged and convicted of murder. His case is the one we can thank for the Brady Violations being put into effect. Mack takes us to London and covers the Thames Torso Murders. She covers a span of history where body parts where coming up all over London, and the particular set that Mack dives into most likely had nothing to do with Jack the Ripper. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, child murder, and some really graphic body mutilation discussions. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources Brady Violations Long Reads Article by Thomas Dybdahl Thames Torso Murders Gerard Spicer - The Thames Torso Murders of 1887-89 Jack the Ripper Wikipedia The Times (London, Greater London, England) The Times (London, Greater London, England) 11, June 1889 September 1873 Annual Register Dismemberment in Victorian London: The Thames Torso Murders. By Shane McCorristine The Thames Torso Murders - whitechapeljack.com The Thames Torso Murders - by M.J. Trow

81 MIN1 d ago
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EP 70 - Things Are Getting Very Heated

EP 69 - You Can't Dress Like Jesus

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Mack starts us off with our very first cult! She covers Victor Barnard, the leader of the River Road Fellowship; his rise to cult leadership, his disgusting sex crimes, and his downfall. Liv takes us to London for a really recent Buzzfeed Investigates topic covering the dangers of GHB in the gay community. How predators are using GHB, the very heartbreaking death of Gerhard Venter, and what his husband Ashley Chaplain is doing to find answers and closure. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, really graphic details regarding rape, child rape, and discussions about date rape drugs. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources River Road Fellowship Catie L’Heureux, The Cut “Everything You Need to Know About Victor Barnard, the Creepy Cult Leader Accused of Sexually Assaulting Minors” Catie L’Heureux, The Cut “Two Childhood Rape Survivors Just Ended a Cult Leader’s Terrifying Reign” Kehla Backman, “The More You Commit, The More The Leader Loves You” M.L. Nestel, The Daily Beast Karl Kahler, Twin Cities Pioneer Press “ Heavy.com A. R. Vander Vegt, Moose Lake Star-Gazette Sandra G. Boodman, “The Way of Many”, Washington Post Thomas Clouse, Associated Press The Way International, Wikipedia Jennifer Brooks, Jenna Ross and Anderson Barbosa Star Tribune William Laney, Wapakoneta Daily News/ November 7, 2000 Buzzfeed Investigates Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Ashley Chaplain Blog Reynard Sinaga Article; by Patrick Strudwick

82 MIN1 w ago
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EP 69 - You Can't Dress Like Jesus

EP 68 - Both Had Vultures

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Mack starts off 2020 with a very recent, and very local murder. The murder of Carla Burns, this one is so recent that her killer has yet to be sentenced. Liv brings you a really strange case from Alaska, that’s all we're saying so nothing is given away. Just know there is death, possible murders, and a missing person. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, fucked up police work, very amazing police work, and descriptions of dead bodies. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources Carla Burns The Charley Project The Southern Illinoisian - Nick Mariano and Issac Smith X95 Radio Isaac Smith, The Southern Illinoisian Alaska The Atlantic: Alex Tizon

78 MIN2 w ago
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EP 68 - Both Had Vultures

EP 67 - Anoint Me Oh Lord

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! Since it is the holiday season Liv thought it perfect timing to bring in a little history with our murder. She talks about the history of the Winter Solstice, things you can do this weekend to celebrate, and an old timey cold case that happened on the Winter Solstice. Mack brings you a big bummer to even out our holiday cheer. She talks about the unjustified murder of Nancy Zanone, and dives into her killers background. This episode contains foul language, discussions about murder and domestic violence. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Winter Solstice Sources Celebrating Winter Solstice; Selena Fox Bustle Article; Alli Hoff Kosik Wikipedia, Sol Invictus Jeff Paine BlogspotSpirit Daughter Nancy Zanone Sources AP, “Missouri Murderer Dies…”STL Post DispatchRemains found at Sedalia trailer court identified - STL Post Dispatch Dec. 27th, 1963, STL Post Dispatch, “Decision Monday on Trying Arbeiter As An Adult” Slaying in South St. Louis: Justice Denied for Nancy Zanone By Vicki Berger Erwin, Bryan Erwin Fox 4 Article by: Michelle Pekarsky and Shannon Obrian

78 MIN3 w ago
Comments
EP 67 - Anoint Me Oh Lord

EP 66 - Do Something Better

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! This week Liv starts us off with a real bummer that has some major controversies. She covers the crimes of Russell Bucklew the most recent death row inmate to be executed in Missouri. Mack brings us an infuriating cold case, the murder of Linda Sherman. Just when you think her case can’t get anymore twisty turny, it does, over and over again. Her ending will leave you wanting answers. This episode contains foul language, discussions about murder, the death penalty, and rape. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Russell Bucklew Sources The Appeal The Sander’s Family written by Scott Moyers Murderpedia Linda Sherman Sources Laura Higgin, Body of Evidence, Riverfront Times - November 17th, 1999 Thom Gross, STL Post Dispatch, “Police Appeal for Clues in 1985 Murder” Unsolved Mysteries

78 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
EP 66 - Do Something Better

EP 65 - Two Squirrels

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! And Happy Friday the 13th! This week Mack brings us a really gruesome and infuriating case. She covers the Dardeen family murders. Were they a randomly targeted family? Or was their killer somehow involved with them? She dives into possible theories including a known serial killer’s confession. This episode contains foul language, really graphic depictions of murder, rape, and child murder. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Sources: Becky Malkovich, Interview with a Murderer, The Southern Illinoisan Flynn McRoberts, 13-Year Vigil of Fear Eases in Illinois Town, Chicago Tribune Office of Clark County Prosecuting Attorney Jim Shur, Northwest Herald Produced by Chris Young, Live To Tell: Crystal’s Courage Charles Montaldo, ThoughtCo U of I Springfield, Illinois Innocence Project Catherine Rowe, Nicole Ruggiero, Christopher Ruotolo, Jason Smith - Radford Dept. of Psychology

59 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
EP 65 - Two Squirrels

EP 64 - Puncture and Drain It

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We have a super long episode for you guys, so get ready. Liv covers numerous cases along Highway 20 in Oregon that all have one thing in common, some connection to John Ackroyd. Mack brings you a really fun episode about a local mad doctor, specifically Dr. Joseph McDowell. You’ll hear all about his history, his work, and some illegal activities that led to his demise. And to wrap it up we get a ghost story of the maiden in the cave. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, rape, and lots of old time doctor stuff. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Highway 20 Sources Ghosts of Highway 20; Oregonian Dr. Joseph McDowell Sources Science Direct Victoria Cossner & Lorelei Shannon, Missouri’s Mad Doctor McDowell RootsWeb - Genealogy Old Medical Doctors, The St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1891 Luke Ritter, Anatomy, Grave-Robbing, and Spiritualism in Antebellum St. Lo...

115 MIN2019 NOV 29
Comments
EP 64 - Puncture and Drain It

EP 63 - Sex Mania

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We are back this week to bring you a few legends and their possible true crime origins. Mack brings us the Hook Man Legend and it’s possible association with Texarkana Moonlight Murders. Liv brings you the Babysitting Horror story brought to life with the murder of Janett Christman, along with another possible connection. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, rape, child murder and rape, and spooky legends. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Hook Man LegendWikipedia, The HookJan Harold Brunvand, American Folklore: An EncyclopediaWikipedia, Jan Harold BrunvandJake Rossen, Mental FlossPrudence Mackintosh, Texas MonthlyCarlton Stowers, The Dallas ObserverPaul McDonnold, Phantom MemoriesBill Ellis, "The Hook" Reconsidered: Problems in Classifying and Interpreting Adolescent Horror LegendsJames Presley, The Phantom Killer Babysitter Horror StoryTrue Crime A...

86 MIN2019 NOV 22
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EP 63 - Sex Mania

EP 62 - Hellfire for the Thankful Season

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We are back this week with a super long episode to hold you over for our break next week. This week Liv brings you the Waco Lake murders of Jill Montgomery, Raylene Rice, and Kenneth Franks. We say it about a million times in the episode but please check out the link to the Texas Monthly article, that spans more than a years worth of investigative journalism to cover this case. Warning: it runs deep and it will make you enraged. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, rape, wrongful convictions, shitty police work, the death penalty, and a lot of angry outbursts. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Texas Monthly story by Michael Hall

96 MIN2019 NOV 8
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EP 62 - Hellfire for the Thankful Season

EP 61 - Get Out of my DM's

EWelcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We hope everyone had a great Halloween! This week we are back to our original format! Mack is here to give us not one, but two body snatching tales (well kind of, we’ll get into it), along with a lot of gross details about what can happen to your body after death. I bring you guys the murder of Zona Heaster and how her ghost helped to solve her death. This episode contains foul language, topics regarding murder, body horror, and lots of gross stuff. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped! Barranquilla Corpse Collector Links Mary Roach” Stiff, Crimes of Anatomy Chapter: David L. Marcus, Dallas Morning News Los Angeles Times AP - March 2, 1992 Barranquilla Carnival Info The Anatomy Murders Burke and Hare, Wikipedia Zona Heaster Links Appalachian History by Dave Tabler Murder by Gaslight

72 MIN2019 NOV 1
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EP 61 - Get Out of my DM's

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