Tonight on The Grave Matter, Jillian and Chris discuss Curtis Don Brown and Ricky Lee Green, while accidentally uncovering some amazing coincidences about the killers.
On tonight’s episode of The Grave Matter Jill dives into the twisted details of Faryion Wardrip, as Chris uncovers the hidden truth behind Sonny Vickers.
On tonight’s episode of The Grave Matter Jill and Chris dive into the gruesome details of William Suff and Ronald Prible, venturing from Texas to California.
On tonight’s episode of The Grave Matter Jill discusses the legend of Joe Ball, aka the Alligator Man, while Chris tells the story of Mark James Robert Essex.
Tonight on The Grave Matter, Jill and Chris discuss the gruesome acts of the ‘Eyeball killer’, Charles Albright. They also talk about Derrick Todd Lee and how he evaded authorities for over a decade.
Tonight on The Grave Matter, Jill and Chris head back to Louisiana to dive into the stories of Sean Vincent Gillis and family duo Elmo and Eddie Sonnier.
In Episode 7 Jill and Chris discuss the very persuasive Ronald Dominique, better known as the Bayou Killer, and talk about what led to his eventual capture in Louisiana.
Tonight on Episode 6 of The Grave Matter, Jill and Chris take an in depth look at Serial Killers Kenneth McDuff and Tommy Lynn Sells.
Tonight’s episode, we discuss Angel Resendiz, AKA The Railroad Killer. Known for his many horrendous murders throughout Mexico, the US, and Canada.
On tonight’s episode of The Grave Matter, we continue to cover Dean Corll and dive further into the violent details of his crimes.
Stay in the house Coral! On tonight’s episode of Grave Matter we explore Coral Watts and Dean Corll, 2 of the most violent and sadistic serial killers of the 1970s
Tonight’s episode of The Grave Matter covers the Texas Killing Fields phenomenon as well as Robert Ben Rhoades, better known as the “Truck Stop Killer”, and explores how the two may be connected.
Tonight Chris and Jill discuss a serial killer, who became known as the Servant Girl Annihilator, and preyed upon the city of Austin, TX during the years of 1884 and 1885.