Episode 12 – Dismemberment Part 1

 

On episode 12 we get into the dark and dirty subject of Dismemberment.

Tamara Samsonova

Baba Yaga is a famous witch of the East, well-known in Russia.  She has spooked and scared little children across Eastern Europe for many centuries.  The name of Baba Yaga is composed of two elements.  Baba means “grandmother” or “old woman” in most Slavic languages.  The other names she received was Granny Ripper and my personal favorite nickname “Grannyball Lecter”.  The killer of this story is Russia’s Tamara Samsonova.

This story was paired with Strange Fellows Brewing’s Boris Russian Imperial Stout.

 

This photo is quite disturbing.  Click at own risk.

Sources
Wikipedia
TheScarechamber
CNN

I can beat you with no hands:  This is the story of Mary Vincent kicking ASS

A 15 year old girl on her way to see her grandfather hitches a ride from the wrong person. Her life would never be the same.  This is the story of Mary Vincent and her horror that was done to her by Lawrence Singleton.
This story was paired with Driftwood Brewing’s Limb From Limb Ryepa.

Sources
Wikipedia
Whaleoil
familyarrested

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Episode 11 – Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

 

On episode 11 we did things a little differently.  The whole episode is about the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre.  Nina covers Al Capone, Mike Covered the North Side Gang and Beck covers the Massacre.  Let us know what you think of this episode layout.

Al Capone

One side of the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre was Al Capone’s gang.  Here Nina gets into the history of Al Capone.

This story was paired with Stone Brewing’s Arrogant Bastard Ale.

Sources
History.com
Myalcaponemuseum.com

North Side Gang 

This part of the episode covers the North Side Gang the main adversary to Al Capone.

This story was paired with Boombox Brewing Midnight Train Milk Chocolate Stout.

Sources
Wikipedia
Chicagoganghistory.com
bugsmoran.net
chicagomag.com
wikivisually.com
timeout.com
collinsdictionary.com
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Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

It’s February 14th 1929. People are buying last minute gifts for their significant others, maybe receiving flowers from secret admirers, or maybe… just maybe… dying in a hail of gunfire. This episode is called The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: well at least now I don’t have to buy a gift.

This story pairs with Bridge Brewing Company Turf War Modern IPA.

Sources
Wikipedia
Prarieghosts

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