Sword and Scale

The Sword and Scale true-crime podcast is an immersive audio experience covering the dark side of humanity and human nature. Our stories delve into the worst of the worst and include murder, rape, dismemberment and cannibalism. No crime is too brutal and no victim is too pure. The worst monsters are real.

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episode 3: Episode 3


It's really true that Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. This week we examine the fascinating topic of female serial killers, including the tale of Belle Gunness - a woman who makes Ted Bundy look like an amateur. Although the town of La Porte, Indiana has been made famous by the bizarre events that happened there over a hundred years ago, many have never heard of this woman or her series of cold and calculated murders on a pig farm. We're joined by Bruce R...


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 2014-01-15  1h1m
 
 

episode 2: Episode 2


Psychopaths are all around us. Who are they? What are they? What makes them feel no empathy for other human beings, seeing them only as objects to manipulate and control? In Episode 2 of Sword and Scale, we examine these questions and here from one of the world's leading neuroscientists in this field Professor James Fallon, who is not only an expert in the field of psychopathy, but also exhibits many of the traits of a psychopath himself...


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 2014-01-08  1h8m
 
 

Announcing Sword and Scale Rewind


Subscribe to Sword and Scale Rewind by searching for it on your favorite podcast app: iTunes: http://bit.ly/SUBiTunes Stitcher: http://bit.ly/SUBStitcher Spotify: http://bit.ly/SUBSpotify Google Play: http://bit.ly/SUBGoogle TuneIn: http://bit.ly/SUBTuneIn


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 2014-01-01  1m
 
 

episode 1: Episode 1


In this debut episode of Sword and Scale, author Janice Holly Booth tells the story of Bruce Blackman's slip into the dark depths of schizophrenia and the horrible result it caused to him and his family. This tale is based on the true events that occurred in Coquitlam, British Columbia on January 18th, 1983. This story is chilling, and in the wake of events like the Aurora Movie Theater shooting, more relevant than ever...


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 2014-01-01  56m