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Quid Pro Quo

Your friendly neighbourhood forensic psychology podcast. Working to better the world through the power of morbid curiosity. Discussing topics in true crime from a psychological point of view with empathy, humor, and straightforward language.
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May 31, 2017

A surprisingly common delusion, the story of the original Flagpole Sitta, and what they can tell us about the intersection of culture and mental health.

Warning: repeated usage of anatomical terms for uh... certain portions of anatomy... but NOT in any sort of racy or gory fashion.

 

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Music by Kai Engel - Chapter One/Cold - 05 January
Provided under an Attribution non commercial license

 

General notes:

I’d like to thank my newest five star Itunes reviewer: Mar-y

I'd also like to thank Mike at Pleasing Terrors Podcast for giving me this idea (though I don't think it went anywhere near where either of us expected)

Check out my new instagram @QuidProQuoCast

I am currently participating in a campaign called #2PodsADay.

It aims to introduce podcast listeners to two independent podcasts every day, for 30 days. We hope to give visibility to some of the great indie podcasts that you probably haven’t heard of.

#2PodsADay encourages you to Listen More, Listen Independent.  

Find more shows like mine by following @2PodsADay on Twitter and Facebook. Or just search the hashtag: 2PodsADay.

June’s Murder of the Month book pick is right around the corner, feel free to join us at the Murder of the Month page on Facebook for more information

May 15, 2017

Have you ever heard the Bauhaus song Terror Couple Kills Colonel? I recently spent the three days earwormed with it after Netflix bingeing a British television series called "Killer Couples".

This got me thinking: True Crime media is pretty obsessed with "Partners in crime" but what factors create these infamous poisonous pairs?

This episode discusses a relevant turning point in social science and a specific flavor of the "Partner in Crime". 

Thank Yous and Announcements

I’d like to thank my most recent Patreon patrons:

  • Mike at The Pleasing Terrors Podcast, one of my favorite podcasts, AND one of my favorite Cheerleaders of the Podcast world
  • Albert, who chose not to have a link but has ALSO helped me with A LOT of the artwork for the podcast.

I have added a brand spanking new pledge level on Patreon which gets you stickers!

I’d also like to thank my newest five star Itunes reviewer: GoodPony and the lovely people of Podcasts We Listen To on Facebook for helping to get the word out there

New Project!

Starting, well today if you’re listening on May fifteenth 2017, I will be participating in a campaign called #2PodsADay.

It aims to introduce podcast listeners to two independent podcasts every day, for 30 days. We hope to give visibility to some of the great indie podcasts that you probably haven’t heard of.

#2PodsADay encourages you to Listen More, Listen Independent.  

Find more shows like mine by following @2PodsADay on Twitter and Facebook. Or just search the hashtag: 2PodsADay.

May’s Murder of the Month book pick is Dont tell A Soul by M. William Phelps, feel free to join us at the Murder of the Month page on Facebook for more information

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Music: Home Runner Single by Vir Nocturnum
Licensed under an Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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