From 2017-2019, Mallory wrote for the Spotify’s Parcast Network podcast Serial Killers, a deeply researched true crime storytelling series about the world’s most gruesome killers. You can listen to the episodes on Stitcher Premium.


Ed Gein, “The Butcher Of Plainfield,” Parts 1 & 2

Explore the twisted mind of Ed Gein, whose gruesome killings inspired horror movies Pyscho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and The Silence of the Lambs. Gein was known for years as the local handyman in Plainfield, until it was uncovered in 1957 that he killed two women and robbed the graves of multiple other women. 

Albert DeSalvo, “The Boston Strangler,” Parts 1 & 2

After being admitted to Bridgewater State Hospital, Albert DeSalvo began confiding in other patients, bragging about his crimes and admitting he was the Boston Strangler. But was that a lie for attention? Or was DeSalvo truly the killer behind the crimes of the Boston Strangler? 

Fred and Rose West, “House of Horrors,” Parts 1 & 2

Fred and Rose each came from abusive homes and each showed signs of being abusive as they became adults. But together, they would start a new life and collectively be responsible for nine murders over a span of decades.

The Long Island Serial Killer, “The Craigslist Ripper,” Parts 1 & 2

Ten bodies were found on Ocean Parkway near Gilgo Beach in Long Island in 2010 all linked to one person. The killer primarily targeted sex workers who charged about $200 an hour via Craigslist. The Long Island Serial Killer’s murders go as far back as 1982, yet he still hasn’t been caught.

Robert Lee Yates, Jr., “The Spokane Serial Killer,” Parts 1 & 2

He lived a seemingly normal life. A father of five children and army veteran, Robert Lee Yates, was well regarded in the Spokane, Washington community. All of that changed when he went on a murder spree, killing 17 women between 1975 and 1998 in the back of his van.