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The Sword and Scale true-crime podcast is an immersive audio experience covering the underworld of criminal activity and the demented minds that perform the most despicable and unthinkable actions, proving that the worst monsters are very real.
We cover true-crime stories, high-profile trials, unsolved murders and missing persons cases.
A place where all things that are good, break down and all that's left is pure darkness. Love is often expressed with gifts such as flowers and chocolates, but those same gifts can be used to manipulate, control and threaten in the hands of a stalker.
That is a lesson that Alice Ruggles learned the hard way from her obsessed ex-boyfriend Trimaan Dhillon who couldn't handle her rejection. In this episode we bring you to distinct stories of some of the most barbaric and utterly inexplicable attacks with a blade to poor souls who did nothing to deserve such brutality.
The human mind can go to such depths of depravity that, for the average well-adjusted person, it’s hard to even imagine.
Her skull was fractured and she suffered blunt force trauma to the left side of her head breaking and dislocating her jaw as well as injuries to her esophagus, trachea, and neck consistent with strangulation.
When 10-year-old Jamie Rose Bolin went missing, both of her parents lives were utterly destroyed.
Little did they know that Jamie was literally just a few doors away in the same apartment building, and they were likely sitting there the moment she was killed. It doesn't happen often, but the intersection of Psychosis and Psychopathy is a scary place.
Her clothes were found off the side of a highway on-ramp. Police arrest him a couple days later after Nicole’s blood is found on the pavement and the murder weapon, a “black cord,” outside his home.
Some crimes are so extreme that they defy the laws of nature. This will be, BY FAR, the most frustrating podcast you listen to (perhaps ever).
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the events that lead investigators to a 12½-foot-deep makeshift grave in Bucks County, Pennsylvania are so bizarre that they hardly make any sense.