Wondery Presents: Killer Psyche


What causes people to become killers? KILLER PSYCHE is a true-crime podcast from
Wondery that covers high-profile cases that shocked the world. Host Candice Delong
uses her experience as a clinical psychiatric nurse and FBI Criminal Profiler to dissect
the motivations and behaviors of the most terrifying criminals in history. In a recent
episode, Candice explores the case of Pedro Rodrigues Filho, also known as The
Brazilian Dexter. Rodrigues went on to murder, by his count, more than 100 people —
most of them while he was behind bars. To many, he was a hero — a vigilante seeking
justice for victims. But to others, he was just a cold-blooded murderer. This is just a
preview of Killer Psyche, but you can listen to the full episode at
http://wondery.fm/KP_TrueCrimeFanClub

True Crime Convos on Spotify Greenroom: Mark Redwine

Mark Redwine is a 59-year-old man from Colorado who was convicted in October 2021 for the murder of his 13-year-old son, Dylan Redwine, in November 2012.

After flying to his father’s home for a court-ordered visit, Dylan sent several text messages to his mother and his friends before suddenly going silent on the night of November 18, 2012. It was the last time anyone would hear from him.

Mark Redwine contacted Dylan’s mother to ask if he’d heard from their son, which sparked a missing person case that would continue for the next several months. Throughout several interviews during this time, Redwine would have conflicting stories about Dylan in the hours leading up to his disappearance, sparking red flags with investigators.

In June of 2013, partial remains that were later confirmed to belong to Dylan were discovered not far from Redwine’s home. It wasn’t until 2015, however, that Dylan’s skull would be discovered by a pair of hikers, nearly five miles away from where the original remains had been found. The skull showed evidence of violence, and in 2017, Mark Redwine was arrested for Dylan’s murder.

During the lengthy trial process, which included years of delays due to, among other things, a global health crisis, the prosecution would go on to say that Redwine murdered Dylan in a fit of rage after his son confronted him about some compromising photos he’d found of Redwine, including him wearing women’s clothing, wearing a diaper, and consuming feces. 

Redwine was found guilty of second-degree murder and child abuse and sentenced to 48 years in prison.

Want to chat about this case? Have some opinions on what went down? Join me on Tuesdays at 6:00 Central on Spotify Greenroom! Greenroom is a social audio app from Spotify, where we can have live audio discussions about true crime topics, among many others! Come and join us to talk about this week’s case!

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Wondery Presents – The Vanished

Few things are more devastating than a loved one going missing. On The Vanished podcast
from Wondery, host Marissa Jones tells stories of missing persons that have gone overlooked
by mainstream media. In a recent episode, Marissa looks into the disappearance of James
Foster Chance. The 48-year-old man from Texas went missing in March of 2021. Devastated
and without any leads, James’ family began searching for him. But in their search, they began
uncovering clues that James was not the man they thought he was. And worse — that he may
have disappeared on purpose.


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Villisca Axe Murder House: Haunted & Unsolved? 👻

The quiet train town of Villisca, Iowa is rocked by a vicious massacre. Who committed this evil act & is the house now haunted? Join Lanie in True Crime Convos every Tuesday at 6 pm CST to find out more!

The True Story Behind the Haunted Villisca Axe Murder House
Villisca Ax Murder House – The Scene Of A Brutal Mass Murder In 1912 –  House & History

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This episode was researched and written by Meg Williams

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