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Panic: Queer True Crime

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Starting June 19th the Deep Dive podcast will become Panic: Queer True Crime, a podcast, and youtube channel. Season one and two will remain here and on the website. little bit about Panic.I created this true-crime channel to focus on the life and murders … read more

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Louis Kenneth Neu: Indecent

November 8th, 2022


In the 1920s through the 1960s indecent proposals, indecent advances, and honor slayings were all buzzwords used to explain one man's rationale for killing another. The handsome singer Louis Kenneth Neu murdered two men …

Friends: The order of James Sheahan

October 28th, 2022


San Francisco resident 75-year-old James Sheahan had terminal cancer but that wouldn't be his cause of death. It would be his friendship with a man …

Scammed: The Murder of Ellis Greene

September 11th, 2022


In 1988, 55 year-old, Yale educated Dr. Richard Boggs and business partners 46 year-old, Melvin Eugene Hanson, and 25 year-old John Hawkins joined …

Intimate Partner Murders

August 28th, 2022


Thank you for joining me for, Intimate Partner Murders.

Intimate partner and domestic violence have many of the same root causes as they do …

Bashed: The Gay Bondi Cliff Murders

August 21st, 2022


For decades murders of gay men were happening on the cliffs of Bondi Beaches. Between 1970 and 2010 gay men were hunted, brutally attacked, and in some cases thrown to their deaths from the cliffs of cruising spots …


August 14th, 2022


I choose these three cases for the things they have in common. All of them are unsolved or unresolved. None of the three cases are terribly well …

Blood Money

August 7th, 2022


Murder and financial crimes are rare but they do happen and when these crimes are coupled with the desire for love and intimacy they can be doubly complicated to escape. In this episode we’ll take a look at three men …

Murdered By The Family

July 31st, 2022


For me one of the worst types of murder are those commmitted by a family member. In this episode six people, actually seven, murdered by the family. One of the reasons I wanted to compile this list was to illustrate …

Bruce McArthur: Killing With Ease

July 24th, 2022


Between 2010 and 2017 Bruce McArthur killed eight men in the city of Toronto. Despite the imploring of families and friends, despite two separate …

Stephen Port: Serial Killing in Plain Sight

July 17th, 2022


The serial killer Stephen Port was able to murder 4 men in plain sight leaving all of his victims within feet of his Barking, East London home.

After Port’s trial and sentencing, several inquests were convened to look …

Stalked to Death

July 10th, 2022


Stalking is a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear.

Thomas Whitney …

Eight Unsolved Transgender Murders

July 3rd, 2022


Iris SantosThe murders of transgender women of color are alarmingly high once again this year. Frequently, transgender murders go unsolved. Here are …

Pride: Five Gays to Make You Proud

June 27th, 2022


Our history is bound up in the stories of women and men who have created and inspired, as Alice Walker wrote, in love, and in trouble. In honor of Pride, here are five gays to make you proud.

Included in this episode, …

Graveyard Love: The Murder of Jamie Carroll

June 19th, 2022


Jeffrey Mundt and Joseph (Joey) Banis met, did lots of meth, and one night they invited an acquaintance over for some drug-fueled sex. The results of …

Panic: Queer True Crime

June 14th, 2022


A new episode starts on June 19.

I created this true-crime channel to focus on the life and murders of LGBTQ+ people. 

I called the channel Panic …

Fannie Lou Hamer Says VOTE

February 28th, 2021


In this episode the political life and times of Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer. Community organizer and civil rights activist Mrs. Hamer endured threats of …


October 5th, 2020


We'll look at some terrible apologies and a few public and private apologies and how to be better at it. 


August 29th, 2020


Thanks for joining me for the first episode of season two of the podcast. I wanted to look at racism and what feels like a real moment of change. 

Sex and the Zipper

June 3rd, 2020


One of the things I forgot to mention in this episode is my favorite idiom use of the zipper is Zip it. As in, "Hey, you with the face, zip it." A slang version of Shut-up. I've only used it in jest but it's pretty …

The Doodler, Cops, Queers and Serial Killers

April 7th, 2020


In 2019 the San Francisco police announced they had DNA evidence, a digitally aged photo and a $100,000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction …

Notes on a Scandal

February 3rd, 2020


In the digital age how much has scandal changed? Why are we so drawn to scandal? What if anything do scandals have to tell us about who we are and the things that matter to us?

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For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf

December 19th, 2019


“The poems introduce the girls to other kinds of people of color, other worlds. To adventure, and kindness, and cruelty. Cruelty that we usually …

Pink On Purpose

November 15th, 2019


The history of men's clothes is colorful, bold and at times dangerous. Don't forget to check out the Deep Dive website for a deeper dive.

Gohatto A Beautiful Mystery

September 17th, 2019


In this episode two Japanese films who use lust and desire to examines the human need for belonging and order even as it all vanishes right before our eyes. 

Male/male love among the samurai is the facade for much …

27 Wagons of Tennessee Williams

September 9th, 2019


Three works by one of the greatest playwright in the world writing about nearly every aspect of the human condition with humanity, humor and poetry. 






Earthquakes and Consequences

August 5th, 2019


Often the story of natural disasters and their aftermath lump everyone's experience into one narrative but what about communities of color who …

Lena Horne Live

June 25th, 2019


Two live recordings by Lena Horne one on New Years Eve 1956 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York and the other recorded in the Rat Pack's playroom, The Copa at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas over three nights in 1960 …

Panic A Killer Defense Part One

June 21st, 2019


Be sure to check out two part and the trial that helped put the gay and trans panic defense on the map.

Panic a Killer Defense Part Two

June 18th, 2019


If you haven't listen to part one please be sure to check out part one.

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