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Fataliteas

True-crime • Society-and-culture

Fataliteas is a podcast where host, Alysa Lucas, explores true crime cases over tea with the help of her friends because without tea, friends, and good conversation, there is nothing but darkness and chaos.

Popular episodes

Alysa Watches TV - IT - 2017

Oct 31 • 50:33

Alisha McQueen

Oct 27 • 01:09:46

In this episode, Amber returns to the podcast to talk about the devastating murder of young mother, Alisha McQueen. She went missing and was, then, tragically found in an abandoned lot in Detroit in 2018. What follows is a case few people have heard of and a case that sounds like an outrageous movie from Hollywood. All sources are located in show notes and any images will ...

John & Margaret Hossack

Oct 13 • 01:00:56

In this episode, Alysa discusses the murder of respected and successful farmer, John Hossack. Soon after, his wife, Margaret, would become the focus of the case in 1900 when the murder occurred until this day when trying to understand how evidence is viewed and stories are told in the courtroom.  All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Instag...

Cases of Unrequited Love

Aug 11 • 45:43

In this episode, Alysa shares cases of unrequited love from the 1880’s to 2010’s that lead to murder as a way to introduce her new upcoming podcast, Unrequited. Specifically, she discusses the murders of Mary Sigerson, Mildred Nielson, John Cremer Young, Jr., Keosha Gilmore, and Maren Sanchez. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Instagram....

Birna Brjánsdóttir

Jul 2 • 56:56

In 2017, Reykjavik local Birna Brjánsdóttir went missing and was later found murdered. Birna’s murder was one of three that took place in Iceland that year. Alysa details Birna’s case and talks about how it shocked a country known for low crime. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Instagram....

Keith Warren

Jun 9 • 01:30:14

After a long, unexpected pandemic hiatus, the podcast is back with frequent guest and always friend, Amber, to discuss the 1986 suicide of Keith Warren. But, the question is: Did Keith die by suicide or was he murdered? We discuss the case, the problems with the investigation, and why it’s likely Keith would not have died by hanging. His family has diligently worked for 35...

#FreeBritney Pt. 3

Mar 18 • 01:30:34

Friends, Jes and Tara, from the 3 Spooked Girls  podcast joins Alysa for the final part of Britney Spears-focused episodes to talk about the #FreeBritney activism surrounding her conservatorship, why we resonate with her plight, and what has changed since the Princess of Pop became a teen pop star. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Inst...

#FreeBritney Pt. 2

Feb 26 • 01:22:29

Sisters, Brandi and Sunni, from the Book of Lies podcast joins Alysa for the second part of #FreeBritney to talk Britney’s public “downfall,” including the events and reactions to 2007, the role of the paparazzi, the role of our need for celebrities, and leading into conservatorships. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Instagram....

#FreeBritney Pt. 1

Feb 17 • 58:50

Bex, from the podcast Tu Tía Bruja, joins Alysa to start a discussion about the Princess of Pop, Britney Spears, relating to her conservatorship issues outlined in the doc, Framing Britney Spears. In this first episode of a 3-part series, Bex and Alysa discuss and react to Britney’s early years, including: her rise to fame, her treatment by the media, and her relationship ...

Kwame Kilpatrick

Feb 3 • 01:32:36

In the Season 3 opening episode, Symantha joins Alysa to discuss Detroit’s former disgraced mayor, Kwame Kilpatrick, who recently had his 28 year federal sentence commuted by President Trump. We talk about the various phases of scandals that ends with Kilpatrick’s federal conviction as well as whether or not 28 years is an excessive sentence for the crimes committed. All s...

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