Host Mike McAllister explores heartache, The Keepers series on Netflix, and the death of Michelle O’Connell. Depending on who you believe, Michelle either committed suicide with her cop boyfriend’s service revolver while packing to leave him, or was murdered by him in a fit a rage. Dive deep into a true crime story of possible cover-ups, counter-investigations, and a Sheriff who’ll stop at nothing to see his doubters destroyed.
A young man hungry for fame is pursued by animal welfare activists after uploading videos to the internet showing the killing of kittens, but even as they close in he’s planning a more disturbing film that will shock the world. Host Mike McAllister dives into the true crime story.
As of couple hours ago my new true crime podcast, Head Full of Crime has dropped on iTunes.
If you like true crime, of if you’ve enjoyed my writing previously, I hope you’ll give it a listen. All free, all for you. Subscribers get extra points in my book, and if you really like the podcast, the single most important thing you can do is to leave a review on iTunes. These go a long way with them. And with me.
So I have a new project dropping soon; just waiting for iTunes to approve it and then we’re ready to go.
I haven’t been a complete slug the last few months, but it’s definitely been a tense negotiation between depression and the creative impulse.
And a negotiation between the part of me that knows I should try to settle down here in western Massachusetts, you know, make friends with the New Englanders who are famous for their hospitality, and the stronger, more primal part of me that is lonely as shit and wants to get the hell back to California to find my people again.
I’m trying to channel that lonesomeness into work, into the new project, hoping maybe a few folks here and there will connect with it, despite the dark subject matter. I’ll post here as soon as it’s approved and ready for consumption.