About Dear Murder Street
…and the Carroll Sisters
Pictured: Meg (left) as a fairy princess. MK (right) as a pirate killing a fairy princess.
In 1971, John List murdered his wife, his mother, and his 3 children. He put their bodies in sleeping bags and left them in the ballroom. The gruesome scene wasn’t discovered until almost a month later and, at that point, List was long gone. He eluded justice for nearly two decades.
This is the inspiration for Dear Murder Street.
So we really did grow up on a street where something evil and inexplicable happened. And we really are sisters—sisters and best friends who never really grew up. We still love to play pretend and be scared. And now, we want you to play pretend and be scared with us.
Dear Murder Street is an interactive show that invites fans to create and voice characters with paranormal and true crime problems. We respond to pretend letters and voicemails, talking topics too chilling, too shameful, too bewildering for the average advice show. The stories are make believe but the fear and the fun are almost too real.
This is a podcast for the kid in all of us—and her creepy twin, too.
Write in. Call in. Come play with us….