True Crime Brewery
About This Show
Jill and Dick invite you up to the bar for a great beer and true crime discussion.
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Risky Business: The Murder of Larry McNabney
5 days ago
Larry McNabney lived an exciting and tumultuous life. Haunted by tragedies in his early life, Larry drank to excess and did his fair share of pharmaceuticals. But Larry’s biggest passions were love and money. He loved and lost again and again with 5 marriages and countless relationships. As a talented and hard-working attorney, he earned millions. But Larry could spend money just as quickly as he earned it. He enjoyed an extravagant lifestyle and took pleasure in sharing his fortunes with the ones he loved.
With all the risks Larry took in his life, it was the risk he took in marrying his 5th wife, Elisa McNabney, that did him in. Elisa was an attractive, intelligent young woman with a very checkered past. She was born under a different name; a high school drop out with a lengthy criminal record. She took everything Larry had, including his life.
In Risky Business: The Murder of Larry McNabney, we follow the winding trail of two complicated lives that intersected with catastrophic results, leaving them both dead in the end.
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Rated 4 out of
I have to write a review after I saw a not so happy review submitted today. I was born after 1980 and follow the show every week. It did take me a little to get hooked, so for first timers I would suggest listening to a new episodes, I think this podcast gets better each time.
I love your newer episodes, The earlier ones did hurt my ears a little due to quality but so happy that's now all resolved. I feel like you guys thoroughly cover each episode love the medical point of view, that I think makes you different then other shows. Although you cover topics that other podcast and media cover, I always feel like you bring in a different point of view. Keep it up!
Date published: 2017-03-16
Rated 2 out of
Decent content, but sub par delivery
First, I understand the idea that the hosts are supposedly having a blast while talking and drinking assorted craft beers, but these hosts cannot pull this off. Their delivery is a bit stiff, but hey, it's obvious they aren't professional broadcasters. Still, the beer drinking thing comes off as embarrassingly silly -- they should stop. I will say that the content they cover regarding the true crime cases is pretty good. Maybe they'll grow on me.
Date published: 2016-05-25
Rated 5 out of
Love this podcast!
I'm suscribed to 18 different True Crime podcasts, (that's a little embarrasing to admit) and this one has steadily climbed into my top 3 favorites. Initially I giggled, because the hosts' voices and delivery reminded me so much of the recurring SNL skit Delicious Dish, but I've grown to love the calm and even delivery. I can listen to this through headphones while painting, cleaning, or driving without any jarring volume changes. The cases are well researched and I have really grown to enjoy this adorable couple, and their personalities. I'd love to see them cover some cases in Mississippi, so I'm going to send a recommendation of a strange case, with an exceptionally bumbling perpetrator. Thank you for a great podcast.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 3 out of
WOW. Nice show but PLEASE EQ your mics...! OUCH!
Great show with depth and candor and honesty.
however , If you don't fix your mics, EQ, I can't listen anymore.
GET some mic technique, move into the mic dude, get a tech in there, and listen back to the shows....HOLY WHA OUCH EEE WAH WAH...
The man who is speaking needs to EQ the high frequency down a bit....use a D'sser, OR SWITCH MICS FOR CRIPE SAKES!. HELP.
His voice whistles on every consonant.
Other than that, you'll probably dig the show.
Nice effort. And thoughtful.
Keep going, you have great possibilities here for a very good show.
Date published: 2016-06-12
Rated 2 out of
Great content, boring delivery
This is going to sound really mean but they managed to make true crime boring. I listened to The Baby Thief episode and I would not look for more. Jill and Dick have a beer/brewery motif going on but I don't really see the point, they don't really do anything with it. They should make it more engaging, but that's just my opinion.
Date published: 2017-08-31
Rated 1 out of
The hosts are VERY wooden and stiff sounding. They don't have any on air chemistry, and they sound like they are reading from scripts. It is all very forced. Even their banter "if you want to call it that) is awkward and forced. I couldn't even make it through one whole episode. There are a million true crime podcasts out there, most are better than this one.
Date published: 2017-10-04
Rated 5 out of
Happy to have found this gem
I'm a true crime buff since I was a little one (around 4 decades now!). As true crime broadcasting and reporting have evolved from the magazines and books I read back then, to the docuseries on TV, and now the podcast format I have partaken of it all in droves.
I found my way here via a Canadian podcast that was too short for this hungry buff.
Jill and Dick are warm and kind during their discussion, making for a very pleasant listening experience of some truly difficult information.
I like their views and debates on theories, and I often hear new thoughts of even very well-reported cases that I'd never considered before.
I'm on a huge binge to listen to them all as I've only just begun (3 episodes in).
Consider me hooked!
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 5 out of
Most relaxing murder podcast ever
This is the only show about murder that can sometimes put me to sleep (in a good way). They have soft slow voices that give me ASMR. If the timeline fit I wouldn't have been surprised if this turned out to be a podcast by Mr. Roger's mother and Bob Ross (Mr. Rogers and Bobbi Ross, Sister of Bob Ross, etc- you get the idea). They have the same voices. I don't have a problem that they deliver murder stories in the same voice they probably use when they are describing the nice garden at the bed and breakfast they stayed at last summer.
Date published: 2017-04-27