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About the Show

Some podcasts promise to “spare no details.”  Here, we slather on the details.  We’re creating an often irreverent but not altogether unintelligent podcast that covers not only true crime topics, but also any true story that we deem depraved and/or disturbing enough to talk about. 

We do an enormous amount of research for each episode.  You’ll always get considerably more than just the Wikipedia breakdown from us.  Because of our commitment to comprehensive, or at least adequate research, we don’t have a fixed release schedule. Be sure to subscribe so you can catch the latest episodes and hopefully not forget about us. 

Meet the Hosts

Kevin has been described by multiple individuals as being “emotionally bankrupt.” He neither knows nor cares exactly what this means. Kevin’s formative years were spent in an insufferably small and isolated Alabama town with a population of only 250. The town has one traffic light which is purely decorative and is only turned on for the annual Christmas parade in which meth addicts and others who have lost teeth for various reasons tie balloons to their dented cars and drive single file through the town throwing from their car windows melted candies left over from Halloween.

For having been descended from two generations of coal miners, Kevin has always been disappointingly fragile and effeminate. These are undesirable traits in rural Alabama and had there been any other children in the town in which he grew up, they would have undoubtedly picked on him. Dainty and bitter, Kevin spent most of his time watching horror movies that he rented from a nearby convenience store to which he would we often ride his bicycle. This convenience store’s modest but eclectic selection of horror films included the Faces of Death series which intersperses dramatic reenactments of fatalities with real clips of people dying. The Faces of Death videos were among Kevin’s favorites and set into motion a lifelong obsession which would eventually culminate in the creation of a podcast that Jamie’s dad thinks is pretty good.


After B.J.’s untimely departure from the show, Robin came aboard. She’s been putting up with Kevin since episode 35.


The Farm

After Ashley’s untimely departure from the show, B.J. became the 5th co-host of Where is the Line? Kevin and B.J. recorded half of an episode together before B.J. had to “go pick up a washing machine” and never returned. This really happened.


When Ashley took a break from the show, Jaden stepped in to co-host episode 34, “Do Not Pull a Gun on Mike: Our Favorite 911 Call and the Man Behind it”. Jaden is one of our favorite “Utah Nurses”. He lives in California and has chest hair.


After Samantha’s untimely departure from the show, Ashley came aboard to co-host episodes 25-32. In lieu of a bio, Ashley requested that a photo gallery of her be added to the site.


After Jamie’s untimely retreat from Where is the Line?, Samantha helped out with the show. She is the ever-popular and uncompromisingly honest co-host of episodes 8-24.


Jamie was the first co-host of Where is the Line? You can hear her distinct voice on episodes 1-7. Her bio originally read just, “Jamie can’t keep a man”. She has since gotten married to a lovely and personable dude. They seem very happy together and even invite Kevin over for drinks occasionally.

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