Episode 38: They All Hate Florie // Hi, Welcome to Murder Kroger!

Patrice and Marleah drink Bloody Marys and talk the Victorian magic of arsenic, double standards, parking lot condom trails, and gentrification.

They All Hate Florie //

When Mobile native Florence Maybrick set sail for Liverpool with her mother at age 18, she thought she was just going on a little romantic adventure. But she ended up first a wife, then an accused murderer, then a catalyst for British criminal justice reform, and maybe, just maybe, the person who ended one of the most infamous serial killers in history.

Who Was Florence Maybrick?

Mrs. Maybrick’s Own Story: My Fifteen Lost Years

Ought Mrs. Maybrick to be Tortured to Death?

Florence Maybrick: Death Sentence Commuted

Evidence growing that Liverpool cotton merchant and arsenic addict James Maybrick was Jack the Ripper

How One Man Revealed Jack the Ripper’s Identity: The Full Story


Hi, Welcome to Murder Kroger! //

Atlanta likes to nickname its Krogers. There’s Kosher Kroger, Disco Kroger, Hipster Kroger … but this one would really rather be remembered for just about anything else.

Dammit, Betsy. Betsy Love and the Mississippi Married Women’s Property Act of 1839

How ‘Murder Kroger’ got Its nickname and why it won’t change

The Real History of Murder Kroger

Beltline Kroger primed for October 16 grand opening

Ponce City Market

Detective: Man accused in fatal Kroger shooting doesn’t remember

‘He was my world,’ says wife of Joshua Richey, Alabama man gunned down outside Georgia Kroger

The Atlanta Beltline

Traffic accident leads to arrest in November loft shooting



TSS Bloody Mary

Made Strange by Bartender Courtney

(NOTE: The first Bloody Mary either of us has ever liked! Bartender Courtney is magical!)

  • I bottle of Mrs T’s Bloody Mary Mix
  • Shot olive juice
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Half shot sweet homemade pickle juice
  • 5-6 dashes hot sauce
  • 4 dashes woisteschire
  • 2oz Stoli Vodka
  1. Mix first 7 ingredients in a large jar.
  2. Add vodka to a tall glass.
  3. Pour mixture in glass, leaving 1 inch space.
  4. Add ice.
  5. Throw in sweet pickles, dill pickles, pepperoncini, olives, and bacon (for Patrice).



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