A waterslide is many things to many people. A playground. A community center. A makeshift delivery room. But what happens when a waterslide is instead a place where a guy got murdered a long time ago and now the case still hasn’t been solved?
Town rivalries. As much as Americans love their country, they sure can hate their fellow American. And while that’s a sharp and poignant thesis statement, it’s never resulted in someone getting murdered – until now.
Piecing together the violent deaths in Chatapicnic, the town’s brutal way of life begins to manifest itself in an even more pressing form. Sure, Chatapicnic has a murdering problem. But does it also have a bullying problem?
“It’s always darkest before the dawn.” The movie The Dark Knight said that, and this week, Shannon and Gary discover just how true it is. They meet a cheese enthusiast and chainsaw carver with the most concrete clue yet.
It’s a very special episode of Murdertown today, as we bring you the raw, uncut footage from our live show at Bentwood Festival in Chicago. But will this light-hearted three-quarters of an hour of conversation be enough to solve McGillivray’s murder?
It’s two months into the investigation, and the rich tapestry of insights that Gary and Shannon once expected is instead looking ragged, threadbare, and neglectfully skidmarked. But will a chance encounter finally connect some stray dots?
After two-and-a-half exhausting rural Wisconsin months with, at best, 3G coverage, Gary and Shannon have reached the finale of Season 1. Will they find the right combination of poignant anecdote and mournful violin music to cover for the fact that they didn’t solve anything?
Although this season of Murdertown has concluded with the triumphant solving of the/a murder, we’d hate to wrap things up without padding our statistics a bit for our pitch to potential advertisers. So we’ve got an exciting new extended interview this week!
A heartbreaking, gut-wrenching interview this week, just in time for you to decompress on your commute home. Today, we have the extended footage from our conversation with Gary Portugal, the disgraced personal banker in Chatapicnic.
Gary and Shannon are back with another gut-punching, sorrow-suckling interview this week. Today, we have the raw, uncut footage from our conversation with Gary Slyzizizniak, a cartoonist in Chatapicnic.