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Hey weird owes me and Alina have some Ec Sworder Moose guys it's gonna, be so fine, we're hosting a brand new podcast on the park ass Network and its called crime countdown burning in any. We wanted to. Let you guys know about a first, because we love you you're a little loyal, weirdos, we just Latvia, so what it's gonna be is it can be every Monday, so market under calendar learning to discuss ten super unsettling true crime topics. It's gonna be centred around a common theme every week and we're gonna be ranking these top ten one of us is gonna. Do five the other going to be five. When I going to know what the other five is, it's a lot of fun to shock each other, we're going to laugh, we're going to cry we're going to scream it's going to be great all of the above, and we have the Parcast research God's helping us out with this, and sometimes we're going to
and I mean when we say we it's probably going to be Elena. Definitely going to be me, I'm going to yell at them a lot. I want to prove someone wrong. I do I love proving people wrong and we have that relationship now. So we're going to debate things like the most disturbing serial killer was the top ten dangerous moms and even the top ten dolen body parts. I personally can't way to do that one, because, unlike what what what I'm really excited for that one, the first two episodes are already out right now: single, listen to enlighten offer nothing. There link really got a real good guys, and you have to you know: it's not gonna, be like super different from what we're doing on morbid. We still have the same back and forth. We gather around we get to
It's going to be a lot of fun. I think you guys are going to love it. We're still your old pals so sit down and relax as we play you in exclusive clip from our episode on deadly cults and to listen to the rest of this episode, followed crime countdown free on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Everyone wants to be part of the club. The girl Scouts Phi beta, Kappa, the local golf course there's just something about the feeling of belonging of b, part of a group share clubs bring like minded people together, but unfortunately, sometimes that leads to dangerous group think and sometimes group think leads to murder. Today's crimes were all committed by clubs, but you probably know them by a different name: cults, deadly colts. That is love a good cause
Lt the thing about called says there never initially supposed to be about killing, but somehow in so many colleagues, people wind up dead, it's horrifying, but it keeps happening like I said everyone just wants to be part of the club Hale you weirdos welcome to the park. Hast original crime countdown, I'm ash and I'm Alina every week will highlight ten fascinating stories of histories, most engaging and unsettling crimes all picked by the park. Ass research gods and today's topic is the top ten deadliest colts ash you're part of it
Once warned you, if I remember correctly, not that I can remember, are weren't you a high school cheerleader. Ok, that does not accounts. I'm just saying for real vow. What's your favorite call, you know I love, man. Yes, yes, I would a hopped right on that site. How could I forget with. Hours in your hair you'd beyond that ban. Exactly would you go into a call to think cults stress? me out, and I think it's just all the people involved, yeah. I could see that you're like an inch herbert, so I truly am. I dont think I would thrive and a cold and I'd like to think, even though this is probably false in so many people end up in cults, I'd like to think because they are so predictable with their play book, but I'd like I'd be able to get away from it like no, no that's happening. I got that right. I would thanks
see that, for you, I see myself becoming part of one by accident. Yeah I mean as soon as like Charlie Manson is like strumming a guitar and handing you a flower crown. I think you delete. Okay, I need I'm a sucker for a beach boy want to be. The only bummer is. I feel like all of these calls the same message. It's like it's the apocalypse. It's the end times and that's just not fun. For me, they love a good doomsday these cults. They do so. The fun about this cruelty? Countdown, like always, is that we only know half of the countdown, so we're gonna be learning half of the countdown right along with you. Let's start the countdown tan. I'll get us started with number ten does fall river, satanic cults, specifically its member Robin in nineteen. Eighty Murphy along
the man named Carl drew brutally murdered Murphy's girlfriend Karen Marston as part of a satanic, killing. I've heard of this one, this one's like kind of a home county kind, o one I was gonna say Massachusetts represent, I guess No, it's not represent, so this during that awesome, satanic, panic, time of the eighties early nineties, where everyone, including her elder Rivera, assumed you where the devil or black. I think you know that fund time where we would have been I was gonna say we would not have survived in the definitely not the murder of Karen Marston was horrific yeah. It was horrific. It was gruesome member, Robin Murphy, this is really gross cut, Marsden Throat and then Carl drew literally tore her head off her body, a link on this was no job. Yeah Karlsruhe was a no Violent turd,
I would say, and he was controlling a small group of local sex workers at the time Robin Murphy was one of them. She banked on that satanic panic thing and said she was possessed by Satan during the murder or she never would have done it. Oh, what a good excuse the ads rate excuse. It was alleged that Robin Murphy also had a role in other murders and that these were also done as offerings for the soul of Satan, oh good, just We go. For that say to panic. Panic. Bank Murphy must have had something on our side because she ended up cutting a deal with prosecutors. So she did this because she said that she would testify against drew for a lighter sentence. She got it. Are you serious disruption and was released on parole in two thousand and four. I don't think I knew that part. Look! Here's the good thing she quickly violated
good God, because all of a sudden you look behind you, like only if we are to see who here you see she ended of going back to prison, but she's eligible to apply for a pearl again in two thousand and twenty. You too soon says soon. That's next year, don't like no thank you notice years been good enough. Already, yeah we're done nine at number. Nine is a cold that famously had a deadly exchange with the federal agents at their complex, near Waco, Texas, the branched of Indians. They were why sure, Originally federal law enforcement agents went to arrest the group's leader, David Crash, which sparked a deadly shoot out that turned into a fifty one day, stand off and not ended on April nineteenth. Ninety ninety three: when the members burned the building down, not a get out,
not a good out at all. They were wild and, from start to finish, they had about a hundred and thirty members that lived on a seventy seven acre compound she's. Instead of starting a call, they should have just used that acreage for something like a sick bought. You ball turn him or his like a little like Ehrlich, a huge padding, zoo, actual outworks lots of picnics do somethin pure exactly while David Crash, the leader of the pack, about two hundred and fifty weapons on the compound, which is why the atm headed out there in the first place to arrest him yet seems excessive. It definitely does you don't need that much? Their visit sparked a deadly shoot out which killed for agents. the ATF and six of the branch Davidian members, the shootout ended up. Turning into a fifty one day standoff that finally came to an end on April 19th, one thousand nine hundred and ninety three, and that's when the member
including their leader, burned. The building down. That's intense, rightly way too, but waited too long because of the way the F b I handled this. The american people really change the way they saw the government. They thought that law enforcement had use poor judgment and excessive force, and actually the branch Libyan still exist today. Woe mercury is eight. That's terrifying, actual, it's the last nine that survived and now they call themselves branch the Lord of our righteousness, again no righteous has like another meaning and all, but every time I hear it, I just think some being like writing. Socially joy. Just do you think of like the Lord of righteousness, ain't number eight on our list of deadly called takes us back to nineteen. Eighty nine. When authorities found several bodies killed,
human sacrifices run on behalf on a ranch in the mexican city of modern Moroz near the? U S border when they question suspects about an american victim mark. Kilroy they lead police to Adolfo to hay. Zeus can stand so the twenty six year old leader the court's wow. That's young thoroughly. I was going to say again start a real early, like ok the their leader was Sarah already who was a student, a Texas South, most TK college. She was known, as quote the witch O Zambia which is a nickname I couldn't totally get behind, but she is not a person that I can get them Definitely not. The cult took their cues from a film called the believers I looked at this up cause. I had never heard of the earlier. I never it's from the Ladys, and it's about a call to sacrifices, kids for power and success, cash from also economic.
See that this is not awesome. They literally organised screenings of this film for cult members huh. Ok, this called also looked at human sacrifices in the same way as a method to bring them fortune, protect them from the police, bring them things they wanted. Oh, there was a killing shack at the ranch where all the bodies were found in it was a nightmare in their a lotta, decomposed bodies, decapitated, hanged bodies, throat slashed, shot, stabbed missing organs, missing limbs, think and it was happening in their yeah. That's like all the recipe, that's the full on recipe for a nightmare. That's just like here, you go I'll, have to go a little bit of each of those things that just everywhere you look you like. Oh, it gets worse. The american victim MAR Kilroy was found in there and he had had
he's brain removed and boiled in a pot. No thank you, leader can stand so specifically asked for a quote anglo male because they said that it was going to add sacrificial powers. It's gonna make it more strong. Ok, that's why they brought Kilroy N and killed them. Ok, gotcha! So there were accoutrements of Santa Maria, which is an underground, caribbean, religion and black magic thou are found in this in the shack. Ok, there was a lot of things that are saying they were not deal linen in good stuff. He had been found like it, yeah no joke seven, while at number seven this week as the infamous Manson family, who, in the summer of nineteen sixty nine, committed a series of brutal murders in Lausanne,
plus the murders were out. The direction of Charles Manson Wanna be singer musician living in the desert, with his quote family of devoted young women and men. For some reason he always gets wanton with serial killers. I know he really badly. Does it he's not he's? Just like a dirty little murderous rat, I know I have to we're not to call him a serial killer in front of you, so that you don't sign in angry while this one happens to be my favorite true grime case. So Manson really got full on vicious after having a super messed up childhood and after his rejection from the music industry, like everybody has been turned down for something just move out while he was turned down by the beach voice. So that's like bananas, that's gonna big turned down
are now turned down further turned down for that efficient. While he would use the Manson girls to learn other men into the group until they formed this big family. The family was living at spawn ranch which, at fifty five acres used to be a movie ranch where they would film westerns. They brought it way down. As we all know, drug use was instrumental in Charlie Manson's control. Over this group. Belladonna is a hell of a drug seriously. Don't recognize tat. Do not as everybody was tripping, Manson would preach about helter skelter, which is what he said was going to basically be sort of a race war. Imagine just being like hey everybody, so this beetle song feels like its telling me to murder a bunch of people
and start a race war round everybody, and then the world's gonna end her gonna be the only ones living like. Are you guys in and then imagine everybody being like Hell, yeah, it's gotta and just imagine people being like. I dont question that at all, as the loot laid out so called that's when you know you're in a cold, yet call your dad as viper writers reorganise do. While he thought at the end of this war, the Manson's would rule the world old and the murder of Sharon. Tate ended up bringing this case crazy media attention because she was a pregnant movie star at the time. That's so, sadly, I was really thought he was so beautiful at her for real, so that is number seven where we had and wool.
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