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Twisted Listers

Twisted Listers

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Twisted Listers is a podcast about murder... and lists! Hosted by Cindy and Diva, this podcast talks murder cases that follow a common theme, and highlights the ways in which these cases interact with and influence one another, as well as the world at large. From serial killers who are also great dads, to famous cannibals, this podcast has it all! Mixing true crime with a touch of levity, we shed a different light on many of the worlds most famous cases. Note: Twisted Listers contains graphi ...
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D Listers of History

Fayge and Mazal Horesh

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Welcome to D Listers of History, a podcast about people you've never heard of who changed the world. Every week, Fayge and Mazal explore the history that makes us who we are today. Our biography episodes dive deep into the lives of incredible people most have never heard of. These are people who did big things or represent big ideas that impact what is happening in our world today. Our Sidebar episodes focus on a current event and explore a piece of history that brought us to this historical ...
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I want you to figure out your own version of success and find a way to achieve it. In a post pandemic world, a lot of us have re-evaluated our lives and priorities. Balance is a really important thing. As a business strategist, coach and speaker, I am so passionate about helping people make their impact on the world - on their terms.In the Jen Lister Podcast I will be chatting about life, business growth strategies, and sharing my personal stories along the way.This is the podcast I wish I c ...
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We’re back in the swing of things, twisted listeners, and for our first episode after the break, we’re taking you to southeastern Pennsylvania. These cases from Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs are really wild, so buckle up for a wild ride full of gruesome twists and turns. Featuring an atrocity of police brutality turned museum display, a …
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Patient listeners, we're back! So sorry for the unexpected absence, but as a famous 80's character said, life moves pretty fast, and for us, that meant taking a podcast break. But now, we are back and better than ever, with some truly messed up tales of murder in South Eastern Pennsylvania. This is a listener request, and with good reason! These ca…
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There is quite a bit of disagreement regarding how to handle the results of our modern opioid epidemic. In Philadelphia, Mayor Cherelle Parker, amidst heavy criticism, "cleaned up" one of the largest encampments where people lived and used out in the open. This is not Philadelphia's first brush with a neighborhood overwhelmed by addiction. In 1963,…
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The Chevalier d'Eon is one of those historical figures who pop up now and again, mostly because no one knows what to do with them. Were they a trans woman? A man masquerading as a woman for political reasons? Outside of salacious curiosity about their sex and gender, do they actually matter? This week, Fayge and Mazal dive into d'Eon's life to expl…
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Note: We had a lot of technical difficulties with this one so please forgive the significantly lower than usual production values On this week's D Lister's of History Sidebar, Fayge reflects on one of the most infamous protests, the May 1970 protest at Kent State University. You can learn more about the Kent State anti-war protests at Kent State's …
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Formerly Patreon only episode now live! This story is about Patrick Drum, a man who had had enough of the fuckery in his town, and decided to take matters into his own hands.It's a pretty straightforward tale, not a ton of twists and turns - just a little bite sized story to keep you held over until our next list pops up when Diva is back!…
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“I hold this slow, and daily, tampering with the mysteries of the brain to be immeasurably worse than any torture of the body.” Charles Dickens, 1842 Eastern State Penitentiary dominates Fairmount Ave in Philadelphia. The physical structure is intimidating, but the stories of the horrors that happened there are even more terrifying. Interestingly, …
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This week, we travel to one of Cindy’s favorite places: New York City! Join us as we regale you with some of the gnarliest annals of the infamous city’s true crime history, featuring a ton of NYPD fuckery, the life and death of a hip hop legend, and a serial killer who preyed on the city’s queer community. However you feel about the Big Apple, you …
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This week, we're traveling to the Big Apple to talk about murders that happened in New York! We're looking at the city this time, and not the state, but we still have more than our fair share of cases to choose from, and they are all doozies! From famous murders to serial killers, this list runs the gamut, and then some! So tune in and enjoy, and e…
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Does declaring yourself God automatically make you a cult leader? Turns out, like most things, it is complicated. Thank you to April Keez for the use of the songs "Misfit" and "Grow Up" from the Album Mountainview. Find her album on Bandcamp. Today's audio drop is a recording of Father Divine from the International Peace Mission Movement ~~~~~~~~~~…
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This week, we’re turning to a subject relatable to anyone who regularly braves our roads and highways - road rage murders! Although these murders (seemingly) originated in petty vehicular disputes, their consequences are deadly serious. Featuring a sword-wielding assailant that’s too fun to make fun of, a cold-blooded killer who thought he was Jame…
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This week we're covering a listener request, and we couldn't be happier about it! This very interesting topic is road rage killings, and boy are there some crazy ones out there! We will travel all over the good ol' US to find the most depraved, weird, and idiotic cases possible. Also, as an aside, Cindy accidentally deleted the first of these two e…
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Have you ever wondered why that girl you haven't spoken to since high school ~really~ wants to sell you essential oils/leggings/makeup/nail wraps/etc? One of the men to blame is David McConnell, the founder of the company now known as Avon. Fayge and Mazal dive into Avon's history, and how we got to that weird social media message, you don't know h…
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This week, we turn to the fascinating and frustrating topic of false confessions. It’s hard to imagine confessing to a murder you didn’t commit, and incredibly infuriating to follow how corrupt investigators build entire cases based on these shaky statements. Featuring a case that rocked the peaceful island nation of Iceland, an unassuming deckhand…
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How did Title IX come to be, and why is it so closely associated with collegiate sports? Keep the conversation going on our NEW Substack! (You don't need a Substack account to subscribe) Thank you to April Keez for the use of the songs "Misfit" and "Grow Up" from the Album Mountainview. Find her album on Bandcamp. In Episode audio from the BBC's Mr…
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This week, dear listeners, we're diving into a topic that is the epitome of pathetic - killers who can't even murder in an original way. That's right, these horrible humans are not only totally evil, they are also completely uncreative and have to steal the murderous MO's of other killers, riding their horrific coattails into infamy. The only redee…
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In today's episode, Mazal and Fayge discuss one of Fayge's favorite authors, Baroness Emma Orczy. Orczy is best known for writing the Scarlet Pimpernel series. Was the Scarlet Pimpernel the world's first modern superhero? Was Marguerite actually the cleverest woman in Europe? Can you still access the treasure trove of early 2000s Scarlet Pimpernel …
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This week, we turn to the fascinating and frustrating topic of false confessions. It’s hard to imagine confessing to a murder you didn’t commit, and incredibly infuriating to follow how corrupt investigators build entire cases based on these shaky statements. Featuring a case that rocked the peaceful island nation of Iceland, an unassuming deckhand…
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This week, Twisted Listeners, we take a look at a few infuriating cases of false confessions. Of all the topics we've covered, few have had so many stories to choose from, which was both fun for research, and upsetting to know so many people got to prison for no reason at all, sometimes for their entire lives. These cases range from vindicating to …
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What happened when a US President was unable to discharge the duties of his office? The answer to this is absolutely bonkers and is worth exploring today. Keep the conversation going on our NEW Substack! (You don't need to belong to Substack to read or subscribe!) Thank you to April Keez for the use of the songs "Misfit" and "Grow Up" from the Albu…
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On today's episode, author Jack Maher discusses his novel "Poppy: A Novel About A Colorful Colorado Life" and the titular "Poppy," Eric Douglas. Fayge and Mazal explore the incredible life of the man who, as curator for the Denver Art Museum, worked tirelessly to teach White America about and to love Native American art. His work still resonates to…
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This week, we turn to a group of very shitty people who thought their beliefs were worthy of being immortalized in the form of a manifesto. Featuring a man with a vendetta against the LAPD, a notorious serial killer who left a very dweeby last message, and a killer couple who mistakenly thought they were the real-life Joker and Harley Quinn. Join u…
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Sometimes, Twisted Listers, on top of being murderous evil doers, certain killers are also absolutely the biggest dorks on the planet. This week, we celebrate that by covering cases of murderers with horrible, silly, sad, and weird manifestos. Israel Keyes' pathetic poetry will be put on blast, as well as some AI inspiring copy and paste action fro…
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CN: This episode discusses abortion, infant death, IVF, and modern far-right white supremacy In Colonial America, abortion of early pregnancies was not only legal but was viewed as a typical medical procedure. February 2023, the State of Alabama ruled that frozen embryos have the same rights as a child after birth. How did we end up here? Support A…
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This week, we’re looking at the topic of shocking confessions - cases that were forever changed by witnesses or perpetrators coming forward with devastating testimonies. Featuring a shocking avian witness, believable eyewitness testimonies getting ignored by investigators, a case that lays bare America’s systemic racism, and a bonus trucker serial …
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This week, we're looking at a strange phenomenon in the true crime world: shocking confessions! We started out with witness testimony, but realized there are a lot of murderers who love to talk about their crimes, even going as far as pulling a "Big Ed" and turning themselves in! These cases cover a many with extra body parts in his pockets, a witn…
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People call the Chevalier de Saint-George the "Black Mozart" but frankly, they should be calling Mozart the "White Chevalier." Mazal and Fayge dive into the history of one of the 18th century's most skilled and famous composers you've never heard of (but you should have.) Keep the conversation going on Threads and Instagram Thank you to April Keez …
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After a week away, we’re back with an iconic true crime topic: serial killer truckers. It’s no secret that the trucking occupation lends itself to murdering and making a quick escape on the highway, so these itinerant drivers make up a good chunk of the gnarliest serial killers around. Featuring a brutal killer who stalked the Pacific Northwest, a …
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We're back this week, dear twisted listeners, with a classic topic we are shocked we've never covered: killer truckers! This profession is a favorite among serial killers, and with good reason - it's hard to track them, they can pray on the vulnerable, and they have plenty of time alone, where nobody can say they weren't working. It's a pretty scar…
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How unique was Tucker Carlson's big adventure to Russia? American journalism has a long and sordid history when it comes to talking about and interacting with dictators. So, what do we do about it? Discussion between Mary Louise Kelly and Martin Baron - NPR: How should the media cover Trump and Biden in 2024? One man has an answer Further Reading: …
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When we sit down to drink a relaxing cup of tea, most of us aren't thinking too much about the journey it took to get into our cups. Nicole Wilson, though, is a tea blogger and educator so knowing all the ins and outs of tea is kind of her thing. Nicole and I talk about Robert Fortune, the man who stole tea from China, launching the machine that wo…
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This week, we’ve turned to the haunting and fascinating topic of murder convictions with no body - a circumstance so rare that it used to be legally prohibited in some places. These cases feature twists and turns of rare - good - detective work, as it’s not easy to bring a suspect to justice without a body. Featuring the appearance of a mysterious …
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This week, we're covering cases involving a striking lack of evidence: murders without bodies! These cases all end in what we would call a satisfying conclusion, with the bad guy behind bars, but the interesting part is how these people came to be convicted of a murder that couldn't fully be proven. How can you be sure a murder took place if there'…
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The Penn Museum recently raised the ire of community groups and historians for their handling of the Morton Collection. We will explore what the Morton Collection is, its legacy and why people are once again upset with the Penn Museum. A few places to get more information: https://www.phillyvoice.com/penn-museum-burial-ceremony-morton-cranial-colle…
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The second half of this list is so much worse than the first, mostly because both victims are truly innocent and somehow ended up as part of a weird web of lies and jealousy. In both cases, we have an abusive husband, wife without a way out, and an unsuspecting 'lover' who doesn't even realize they're about to pay the ultimate price simply for look…
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This week we're doing what we do best: taking a fun, cute holiday, and making it all about murder! We're focusing once again on Valentine's Day by discussing cases where cheaters (or sometimes, their unsuspecting lovers) paid the ultimate price for their infidelity. It's a clusterf*ck in the truest sense of the word, and in every case, it ends in t…
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There are a lot of ways to approach bigotry. Some call it out loudly, others encourage conversation, and then there is Uriah Levy. Levy tackled antisemitism in the US Navy head on through law, public opinion and of course, a good slap across the face. Fayge and actor Robert Neumark Jones discuss Levy's life and what we can learn from his legacy. Ch…
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This week, we’re getting in the romantic Valentine’s season, but with a dark and sinister twist - murders motivated by unrequited love. While the strange feelings that some of these killers embody can hardly be called “love,” it definitely led them to feel broken-hearted in their own sick, stupid ways. Featuring a deadly love triangle, a family mas…
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This week, we're getting themey again with murder inspired by the Valentine's Day holiday. In true TL fasion, we couldn't possibly celebrate with happy tales, so instead we turned to murder, as always. These stories are of incel baby men who simply cannot take no for an answer, and as such, do horrible, terrible things to people who absolutely do n…
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This week we delve into cases from around the world, lest we forget that terrible tales exist outside of the US. These stories are not only horrifying, but so often preventable, and really show the lack of action by those meant to protect us, not only here, but also abroad. Police in many countries fail to do the work necessary to keep their citize…
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A rich an powerful man like former President Trump is not the first, nor unfortionately, the last man to assault someone. This week E Jean Carroll got the last word in and we remember Nan Britton, another woman who got one up on the most powerful man in the nation. Interstitial Music: "SOME OF THESE DAYS" Sophie Tucker Composed by Shelton Brooks Ac…
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This week, dear listeners, we are travelling the world over in search of the worst killers from around the globe. Rather than stick mostly to cases from our home country of the US, we are attempting to spread our wings as a reminder to ourselves and you, lovely listeners, that horrific murders happen the world over. We have cases from Russia, South…
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Fayge sits down with author Mack Little to discuss slave revolts in 17th century Barbados and all the fascinating complexity of Barbados in that era. The lines between race and class were very different from our modern expectations. We also discuss how to research less discussed topics and the importance of seeing yourself in history. See Mack Litt…
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This week, we turn to the angering and controversial topic of killers who were let out of prison, only to kill again! Featuring a man deemed too old to kill, a killer who massacred families, and a terrifying serial killer freed from Texas’s death row. Join us as we scream at these frustrating, preventable murders, and the wild decisions handed down…
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This week, Cindy chose a topic sure to anger many, especially those in favor of the death penalty: murderers who were released, only to murder again! This topic is wild, and highlights a crazy disparity within our justice system, wherein some offender, for one reason or another, keep getting released from prison, even after murdering someone, often…
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Everyone was shocked when the NYPD had to break up a civil disturbance in the world headquarters of the Chabad movement, but how did they come to be there in the first place? In this sidebar, we talk about the origins of the Hassidic movement in Judaism in general and Chabad in particular. If you want to learn more about the tunnels, here are a few…
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This week, Diva’s back and your favorite twisted duo are tackling the topic of 2023’s gnarliest murders! Featuring a poisonous mushroom lunch, two horrific family massacres, and a young woman killed for an angering, ridiculous reason. Join us as we journey through this sinister year in review, and reflect back on some of the most horrifying stories…
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Diva is back, everybody, and to celebrate her triumphant return, we are covering the most horrific cases of violence perpetrated in the year 2023. We figure it's not too late to do a horrific version of a 'year in review', and boy are these cases doozies! We have at least two digusting mass murders, a random act of violence so stupid it will make y…
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Fayge and Isa sit down with Lucas Zellers, author of the new Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual "Book of Extinction" to discuss the life and legacy of the entomologist JD Tothill. What Tothill a hero or a villain? Why do the British always make a mess of everything? Will Fayge ever say "insect" instead of "bug?" (No.) Get the Book of Extinction at…
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To finish off her time podcasting solo, Cindy chose a really wild, weird, and honestly sad story of one of the first real cases of Catfishing online. This story involved a whole case of characters, but mainly revolves around two young men who live in Manchester, England, and who strike up an unlikely friendship due to their online interactions. We …
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