Ossa podcast Murderific is a podcast showcasing the true crime files of Maine. Inspired by real life events of the host herself (read on for details!), the podcast covers unsolved murders, serial killers, and domestic violence situations. If you’re a true crime junkie, add this podcast to your subscription list ASAP.
Tell us what your podcast is about in 3 sentences or less!
What’s a quote or piece of advice that you try to live by?
When you know better, do better.
One thing on your bucket list:
Jumping off a waterfall
Tequila Does – Miranda Lambert
What was your first job?
Any unusual hobbies?
Biggest Pet Peeve?
People being late
What inspired you to start your podcast?
I worked with a woman in Maine who went missing. She was murdered by her boyfriend, and the man’s ex wife is still missing to this day.
Tell us more about your work/life outside of your podcast.
Outside of the weekly podcast, I work as a Floral Designer designing weddings and special events. I also foster cats, and take in older kitties into my home.
What is your show’s USP?
The area I live in, Maine.
What is one of the greatest challenges you have personally faced with your podcast?
The balance between humor and being respectful. My show is much different now in Season 5 than it was when I started.
What was one of your favorite episodes you’ve ever done? Why does it stand out?
What is one thing you have accomplished with your podcast thus far that you are most proud of?
Speaking for the missing…helping to get publicity out there so maybe one day they will be found.
What is one major milestone that you would like to accomplish through your podcast in the next year?
Getting on some major lists of great podcasts.
What is a trend or development in the podcast industry that you foresee happening in the next few years?
Bigger podcasts taking over the market, making it harder for smaller, indie podcasts to get noticed.
What is one of the best pieces of podcast-related advice you’ve ever received & why?
Focus on content first, the rest will come. 100% true.
What is one of the worst pieces of podcast-related advice you’ve ever received & why?
Focus on money…not true. It’s rare to make lots of money podcasting so at least put something out you can be proud of.
What are some of your favorite women-hosted podcasts?
Can you tell us about a time when you took a huge risk/did something you were scared to do, and it totally paid off?
SKYDIVING and learning to ride a motorcycle at age 48!
Is there a charity or cause you care about that you would like to share?
How do you feel you’re making a positive impact and generating change through your podcast?
I think it’s important that younger women hear other women’s voices in podcasting.