The doctors do a deep dive into Stockholm Syndrome by covering the original case, the lack of validated criteria for the concept, the evolution of how it is used and a few terrible films depicting the relationships between captors and hostages.
The docs are back after a July break and they catch us up on the True Crime Podcast Festival in Chicago! Dr. Shiloh & Dr. Scott discuss stalking, the crime of the 90's, and the psychologcial concepts behind it for the victim and the perpetrator. They touch on Rebecca Schaeffer, the Tarasoff rule, delusional disorder & celebrity stalking in LA. Dr. Scott shares yet another professional dance story that involves stalking and a Disney rabbit hole. Dr. Shiloh regresses to high school to converse about 90's teen movies Fear and The Crush.
It's Pride month and it has been 50 years since the Stonewall riots. Dr. Scott & Dr. Shiloh continue to highlight marginalized victims by covering several serial & mass killings in which the victims, perpetrators or motives were part of the LGBTQ+ community. Included are the Trash Bag Murders of NYC, Jeffery Dahmer, Andrew Cunanan, the Pulse Nightclub shooting, Bruce MacArthur and the missing men of Toronto's Gay Village, and the mysterious circumstances of Ed Buck in Los Angeles.
In this Bonus Halloween episode, Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh interview their dear friend, Al Hobbs, a super fan of the The Exorcist. He will fill us in on how he became fascinated with the movie & the book, personal stories of the real possession victim and will help us dive deeper into the experiences of the film crew and actors.
Dr. Scott and Dr. Shiloh team up with Tammie and Brice of the podcast Hollyweird Paranormal to examine the classic horror film, The Exorcist. Dr. Scott will catch you up on the history and cultural aspects of possession, while Tammie gives you the receipts on the true story of possession that influenced the movie. Then Brice fills us in on the curse of the production of the film and Dr. Shiloh finishes this thrilling episode off with a tale of a serial killer likely linked to the film.
This first episode of Season 2 centers around the criminal behaviors of Arson and the psychological disorder of Pyromania. After being contacted by Frank Girardot, the true crime author, about his recently released book Burned: Pyromania, Murder and a Daughter's Nightmare, Dr. Shiloh and Dr. Scott decided that it was timely to cover the story of John Orr, the most notorious serial arsonist. In this red-hot episode, they also discuss the phenomenon of firefighters who commit arson and discuss Girardot's book & the made for TV movie, Point of Origin based on the murderer's own screenplay.