Red Collar Diaries

By Catherine Townsend

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Catherine Townsend, writer, licensed PI, and host of the hit true crime podcast Hell and Gone, hosts this weekly series about red collar crime, and con artists who kill.

Episode Date
Follow the Blood Money: Jamison Bachman
Jul 01, 2022
Roommate From Hell: Jamison Bachman
Jun 30, 2022
Follow the Blood Money: Shirley Jo Phillips
Jun 24, 2022
The Preacher's Wife: Shirley Jo Phillips

When the decapitated body of pastor’s wife Wilma Plaster is found in Springfield, Missouri, police investigate rumors of a married lover and a female con artist. As the body count rises, this shocking story proves that no one is safe from red collar criminals even our grandmothers.


Glenn “Buddy” Minster Obituary (1959 - 2014) | Springfield, MO


Shirley Jo Phillips Kills Wilma Plaster, Dismembers Her | Crime News

Shirley Joe Philips | Facing Evil

Body Parts Believed Identified

When Crime Is a Family Affair

Jun 23, 2022
Follow the Blood Money: Alex Murdaugh
Catherine follows the updates on the Murdaugh case: Gloria Satterfield's body is set to be exhumed, a look at yet another weird 911 call, and allegations of a corrupt judge.
Jun 17, 2022
Murdaugh Country: Alex Murdaugh

Did Alex Murdaugh, scion of a powerful South Carolina legal family, really try to stage his own suicide? As police investigate the unsolved deaths of his wife and son, the bodies continue to pile up in this real life Southern Gothic murder mystery.  


Unsolved Murdaugh Murders Expose Years of South Carolina Mysteries - The New York Times

State Grand Jury Indicts Former Bank CEO Russell Laffitte. More Charges for Murdaugh and Fleming

Murdaugh True-Crime Saga Getting Scripted Treatment at Lionsgate TV (Exclusive)

A Father's Dark Secrets: Inside the New, Disturbing Twists in the South Carolina Murdaugh Murders

Murdaugh's Brother Accuses Beach Attorney Of Holding Him 'Hostage'

A murder-for-hire scheme and a lawyer who tried to fake his own death – The Irish Times

Murder, missing money and cover-up claims: South Carolina family mystery grips America

Family of dead Alex Murdaugh's housekeeper Gloria Satterfield are seen for the first time | Daily Mail Online

Interested in any Paul/Timmy stories : r/MurdaughFamilyMurders

Alex Murdaugh, South Carolina Lawyer and Father in Family Mystery, Faces Yet More Criminal Charges | Vanity Fair

Secret life of Maggie Murdaugh, notorious murders' forgotten victim

Updated full story, Mother of slain HC teen states possible "hate crime"

Jun 16, 2022
Follow the Blood Money: Robert and Andrew Kissel
Jun 10, 2022
Blood Brothers: Robert and Andrew Kissel

Multimillionaire banker Robert Kissel was poisoned with a milkshake in his Hong Kong high rise; his brother Andrew was beaten to death at his mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut. One brother was a smashing success, the other was a con artist. Both were sucked into a world of high-society scandal involving sex, drugs, and massive fraud on opposite sides of the world.


Never Enough Kindle Edition - McGinniss, Joe

Stamford Advocate

Developer Set to Plead Guilty Is Slain at Home - The New York Times

Father Dead, Mother Guilty, Children to Move Out West - The New York Times

Kissels Of Death -- New York Magazine - Nymag

Spotting & Stopping Financial Mismanagement - Fraud Alert - CooperatorNews New York, The Co-op & Condo Monthly

How a Co-op Lost Millions - The New York Times

Kissel driver pleads guilty to attempted murder

Jun 09, 2022
Follow the Blood Money: Eric Hanson


Red Collar White Collar Fraud by Frank Perri

Jun 03, 2022
House of Horrors: Eric Hanson

After police find four members of the Hanson family bludgeoned and shot to death in an upscale neighborhood in Aurora, Illinois, the hunt is on to find the psychopath who was stalking them - before the killer strikes again.

Jun 02, 2022
Introducing Blood Money

What would you do for money? For white collar criminals, the answer seems to be, almost anything. But even though they launder millions of dollars, steal someone’s identity or even cause entire financial systems to crumble, we don’t associate them with murder. Neither does the FBI: They specifically classify white collar crimes as those that involve fraud - but NOT violence. But experts have identified a subgroup of white collar criminals - the ones who kill when their deception is uncovered. These are the red collar cases.

In this weekly series, Catherine Townsend, writer, licensed PI and host of the hit true crime podcasts Hell and Gone will do a deep dive into these cases of con artists who kill. These are not just high powered executives in business suits- these psychopaths are everywhere  - they are our co-workers, our friends - our lovers and even our children.

Subscribe to Blood Money and join Catherine as she follows the blood money.

May 19, 2022