“Leave this kind of work to those who know what they’re doing...” Meg and MK receive a cryptic warning from a new caller.
“They took her, you see…” Meg goes behind MK’s back to help a new caller. His wife was suddenly and inexplicably forced from their home and now nobody, not even the police, are willing to listen to him or answer any of his questions.
“I think I saw her hurt someone…” As listeners continue to reach out to the Carroll Sisters about the mysterious (and immortal?) street magician, Mary Lou, new questions and concerns arise about her true nature. In this week’s bonus episode, the caller is clearly hesitant to share her story.
“Terking is herd…” Talking is hard. So is acting. The Carroll Sisters share some embarrassing bloopers and thank all of the friends, family members, and fans who have played pretend on Dear Murder Street so far this season.
“Toh-boo always wants to be with me…” In this HOLIDAY SPECIAL, a young girl calls the Carroll Sisters with questions about her new toy, a Furby with abandonment issues. Meg talks about cursed objects. MK tries to define consciousness.
“I’ve tried to put this ghost crap behind me…” In this MID-SEASON FINALE, for the first time in over a decade, the Carroll Sisters hear from Adam. He grew up next door in the Murder House and survived the fire that burnt it down--but that wasn’t the end of his horror story. Strange troubles follow Adam wherever he goes, even across oceans. In addition, Meg and MK are caught off guard by a live call from a distressed friend, the Sober Motorist. She’s at a frat party when things go from fun and flirty to really freakin’ scary.
“At first, she was just a shape in the dark…” A childhood friend reaches out to the Carroll Sisters with a disturbing story that raises new questions about the Murder House, John Dearborn, and someone else from their past. In addition, Meg explains Merlin’s demonic origins. MK talks about the deadly side of sleepwalking.
“Then came the gunshot…” While tracking a poacher through the snow, this Pennsylvania park ranger may have stumbled upon an urban legend’s hunting ground. Meg and MK recount their own scary and stupid misadventure in the Jersey Pine Barrens.
“Then she just ripped me out of bed…” On Halloween night in 1977, she snuck out to see her boyfriend. The next day he was murdered by his father, John Dearborn. This episode is about the Dearborn family and who they were before the killings, as told by some of the people who knew them. The Carroll sisters try to make sense of it all. In addition, Meg tells the story of how an innocent game of hide-and-seek led to a brush with evil.
“She’s not Charles Manson or anything...” This caller’s father is dating a convicted murderer. The Carroll sisters try to help. Meg shares a tragic story from her time volunteering at a prison. MK makes an argument for love. This episode features two ADORABLE guest stars: Stewart and Charley.
“All she remembers is me…” After another strange encounter with Melody, the girl she accidently ran over, the Sober Motorist is back with a few answers--but many more questions. Meg breaks down her new banshee theory. MK, unsurprisingly, has her doubts. Together, they tell the story of a house party gone horribly wrong.
“I see his face everywhere…” He’s being followed by a vampire…on Instagram. The Carroll sisters are concerned. Meg explains why vampires are the perfect predators. MK talks about the dangers of being catfished. Together, they recount the disturbing disappearance of their childhood babysitter. Also, the Sober Motorist is back with updates.
“Evil Deli Makes Human Sandwiches...” The liverwurst on rye was his favorite. Now the Carroll sisters serve up some advice, discussing Dahmer and a few lesser-known cannibals. MK also explains why brain meat is very bad for you. Meg divulges a long-held secret about a friend from their past.
“I was buried alive…” This Las Vegas man still regrets volunteering for that magic show. The Carroll sisters offer some advice. Meg talks about fairies and thin places. MK recounts how she was once hypnotized to do a bad thing.
“She came out of nowhere--and I hit her…” After a strange hit and run, a college student is desperate for answers. The Carroll sisters try to help. Meg explains the symptoms of demonic possession. MK talks about meth.
In 1977, John Dearborn murdered his wife, his son, and his 89-year-old mother. He put their bodies in sleeping bags, dragged them into the living room, and then vanished without a trace. Thirteen years later, the Carroll sisters moved into the house right next door. Their part in this horror story is the reason why an advice show like this one is so necessary.
Star in a brand new horror show! The Carroll Sisters explain how Dear Murder Street offers listeners a unique opportunity to create and voice fictional characters on this new paranormal and true crime podcast.