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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kathleen Folbigg. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kathleen Folbigg, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kathleen Folbigg. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kathleen Folbigg, often where they are interviewed.

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Killernews 30: Kathleen Folbigg + Si Quey

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Novas evidências descobertas por uma equipe internacional de cientistas especializados em genética sugerem que os filhos de uma das mais infames assassinas em série da Austrália podem não ter sido mortos pela própria mãe. Um infame assassino em série de crianças cujo corpo foi mantido exposto ao público na Tailândia por seis décadas pôde finalmente descansar.

EQUIPE OAV PODCASTERS: Daniel Cruz, Fábio Pereira, Kátia De Bastiani, Marcus Santana, Rosane Maldonado, Tatá Xavier

Oct 07 2020 · 7mins
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#01 - Kathleen Folbigg

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Classified as one of the most infamous Australian serial killers, Kathleen Folbigg is known for the murders of her four children. In our first episode, we delve into mystery surrounding the deaths of her infant children. 

Sep 27 2020 · 24mins

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Four Children, Three Murders: Kathleen Folbigg’s Story

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Kathleen Folbigg is thought to be one of the most infamous serial killing women in Australia. She was found guilty of the murder of her three infant children, Patrick aged eight months, Sarah aged 10 months and Laura aged 19 months, between 1989 and 1999. She was also convicted of the manslaughter of her first child Caleb in 1989.

The main evidence used against Kathleen were her personal diary entries, however there was very little physical forensic evidence to support the prosecution's case against her.

Dr Xanthe Mallett is a trained forensic scientist and criminologist who has met Kathleen, and covered her case for her book Mothers Who Murder: And Infamous Miscarriages of Justice. Xanthe joins this episode to explore Kathleen’s upbringing, the death of her children, and the court cases and inquiry that followed.

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Guest: Dr Xanthe Mallett https://bit.ly/motherswhomurder

Host: Jessie Stephens
Producer: Elise Cooper

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Jun 24 2020 · 34mins
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The Story Of Katherine Knight and Kathleen Folbigg

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Grab a coffee or wine and listen to the two horror stories of the Australian women who murdered.

May 19 2020 · 31mins
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Mini Dangersode: Serial Baby Killer Kathleen Folbigg

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Just your typical murdering mom from down under, or the most unlucky parents in the world? Australian baby killer Kathleen Folbigg is hitting our list of world’s worst moms and ranks pretty high. Enjoy and Happy New Year! 

Jan 04 2020 · 29mins
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Kathleen Folbigg

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Originally released in 2017

Dec 29 2019 · 1hr 48mins
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S05E10 Charles Manson - Trial & Aftermath PLUS Kathleen Folbigg, "Toy Box" killer, Suspected NSW Serial Killer & Candian killers on the run

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In the final episode of our special series looking into Charles Manson and the Manson Family we turn our attention to the trial and aftermath.


The summer of love and hippie culture was about to be destroyed by the realisation that the murders were perpetrated by those who sprouted peace and love but it would not be an easy ride and there were be more murders before the case was done. 


On August 10, 1969 the two cases, the Tate Murders and La Bianca murders were splashed across the news bulletins, but it was not going to be an easy case to solve and early details were dismissed.


In our news section:

  • Questions asked over whether a serial killer is on the loose on the east coast of New South Wales in Australia
  • Canadian authorities issue a warning about two teenagers believed to be on the run after a series of killings
  • Elderly Man Released From Prison Deemed Too Old To Be Dangerous Kills Again
  • Judge says an inquiry into the conviction of Kathleen Folbigg only served to reinforce her guilt
  • A woman considered on of New Mexico’s most notorious predators after pleading guilty to kidnapping and sexually torturing women is now a free woman.

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Jul 26 2019 · 55mins
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Episode 55 - Kathleen Folbigg Guilty or Not

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It’s May 2003, a mother is convicted of three counts of murder, one count of manslaughter and one count of maliciously inflicting grievous bodily harm. She is sentenced to 40 years in prison. Subsequent appeals were dismissed. Now there is a new inquiry into her conviction. Was it murder or did her children die of natural causes.
Oct 28 2018 · 57mins
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“The Smotherer” Pt. 2 - Kathleen Folbigg

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The stress of losing four children mysteriously in their sleep ended the marriage between Kathleen Folbigg and her husband Craig. While cleaning out her belongings, Craig stumbled across something alarming. Was it enough to prove that his children were murdered? 

Jun 05 2018 · 1hr 3mins
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“The Smotherer ” - Kathleen Folbigg

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Kathleen Folbigg was born in Australia on June 14, 1967. As a child, she grew up in a foster home and only discovered as a teenager that her birth mother was murdered by her father. We examine the relationship between Kathleen's difficult childhood, her early marriage to Craig Folbigg, and the mysterious deaths of her first three children. 

May 28 2018 · 56mins
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