Criminalia

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Humans have always committed crimes. What can we learn from the criminals and crimes of the past, and have humans gotten better or worse over time? 

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Sally Bassett: Symbol of Resistance or Murderer?
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Sally Basset was an enslaved woman who was executed in 1730 for allegedly attempting to poison her granddaughter’s enslavers. She is known throughout Bermudian folklore, where she is, to many, a hero.
Sep 15, 2020
Giulia Tofana: World's Most Dangerous Apothecary
1802
Giulia Tofana was an Italian apothecary known for her beauty, her secrecy and her poisonous proclivities. If the numbers are all to be believed, she may be the most successful serial killer you’ve never heard of.
Sep 08, 2020
Marie LaFarge: Pretty Little Poisoner
1954
Marie was convicted of murdering her husband by poisoning him with arsenic. But what's most notable about that in doing so, she became the first person ever to be convicted based on direct forensic toxicological evidence, like on Dexter or CSI.
Sep 01, 2020
Julia Agrippina: Mother to Nero and Ambitious Broad
1818
Julia Agrippina was a power-hungry Roman empress – power-hungry even by Roman standards – who is said to have poisoned her husband (who also happened to be her uncle) to ensure her only son's succession to the throne.
Aug 25, 2020
Tillie Klimek, the 'Black Widow' of Chicago
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On Criminalia, hosts Holly Frey and Maria Trimarchi explroe the intersection of history and true crime. This season is all about lady poisoners. During the time that Chicago’s most visible criminal element was organized crime, Tillie Klimek was quietly becoming the city’s most prolific female serial killer. She allegedly killed between six and 20 people, all through arsenic poisoning.
Aug 18, 2020
Introducing: Criminalia
121
Humans have always committed crimes. What can we learn from the criminals and crimes of the past, and have humans gotten better or worse over time?  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Aug 10, 2020