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Dying to Know – Tales from a Podcast with Amanda Howard

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The Gympie Bone Museum and Rest in Pieces has joined forces to bring you an evening with the Serial Killer Whisperer, Amanda Howard.
Over 4 nights Amanda will delve into the dark side and allow you to ask questions throughout the session.

The topic on evening 3 will be – Tales from a Podcast

Podcasting is the new black 🖤 Have you got a great idea for a podcast but not quite sure how to get it up and running or how to get the reach you need to really get it in the earbuds of your tribe? Learn from the host with the most – Amanda Howard from Monsters Who Murder: Serial Killer Confessions With 4 million downloads and counting she’s learned a thing or two along the way. Pick her brains in January and start your new year with a new skill under your belt. It will be the best $15 you ever spent 🎙️🚨🔪

Meet the Serial Killer Whisperer


Amanda is a true crime author, fiction writer and violent crimes media consultant who has written 26 books. She has also interviewed some of the world’s most heinous serial killers over two decades and has collected a vast pool of information on various types of killers, their motives and rituals.

If all that wasn’t enough, she is also the host of Monsters Who Murder podcast and the owner and curator of the travelling death and crime museum, Memento Mori.

Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity

Cost is just $15 per session or buy a season pass for $50. If you can’t attend the live session, you will have access to a filmed version for 10 days after the event.

Because too much true crime is never enough

A season pass will get you front row seats to 4 great nights with Amanda – Missing Children, Killer Cocktail Hour, Cults and Mass Murders and Tales From A Podcast.


This project is sponsored by the Regional Arts Development Fund and is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Gympie Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.


Also sponsored by the Community Bank Gympie & District – Bendigo Bank and Zinc 96.1FM

Special thanks to Rest in Pieces for their help and support.

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Dying to Know – Cults and Mass Murders with Amanda Howard

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The Gympie Bone Museum and Rest in Pieces has joined forces to bring you an evening with the Serial Killer Whisperer, Amanda Howard.
Over 4 nights Amanda will delve into the dark side and allow you to ask questions throughout the session.

The topic on evening 4 will be – Cults and Mass Murders.


The session will cover cults and famous mass murders. Amanda will discuss what makes a successful cult leader, how was Jim Jones able to get almost a thousand people to drink poison, how was Charles Manson able to get teenagers to go on a murder spree What makes a seemingly shy boy become a mass killer? How can we stop the cult leaders and killers of the future.

Meet the Serial Killer Whisperer


Amanda is a true crime author, fiction writer and violent crimes media consultant who has written 26 books. She has also interviewed some of the world’s most heinous serial killers over two decades and has collected a vast pool of information on various types of killers, their motives and rituals.

If all that wasn’t enough, she is also the host of Monsters Who Murder podcast and the owner and curator of the travelling death and crime museum, Memento Mori.

Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity

Cost is just $15 per session or buy a season pass for $50. If you can’t attend the live session, you will have access to a filmed version for 10 days after the event.

Because too much true crime is never enough

A season pass will get you front row seats to 4 great nights with Amanda – Missing Children, Killer Cocktail Hour, Cults and Mass Murders and Tales From A Podcast.


This project is sponsored by the Regional Arts Development Fund and is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Gympie Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.


Also sponsored by the Community Bank Gympie & District – Bendigo Bank and Zinc 96.1FM

Special thanks to Rest in Pieces for their help and support.

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Dying to Know – Missing Children with Amanda Howard

dying to know missing children online event with Amanda Howard the serial killer whisperer and Rest In Pieces

The Gympie Bone Museum and Rest in Pieces has joined forces to bring you an evening with the Serial Killer Whisperer, Amanda Howard.
Over 4 nights Amanda will delve into the dark side and allow you to ask questions throughout the session.

The topic on evening 1 will be – Missing Children.


The session will cover abductions, kidnappings and murders of children from around the world. Amanda Howard will analyse interviews with families, perpetrators and police, as well as pieces from the Death Museum related to some of the world’s most famous cases.

Meet the Serial Killer Whisperer


Amanda is a true crime author, fiction writer and violent crimes media consultant who has written 26 books. She has also interviewed some of the world’s most heinous serial killers over two decades and has collected a vast pool of information on various types of killers, their motives and rituals.

If all that wasn’t enough, she is also the host of Monsters Who Murder podcast and the owner and curator of the travelling death and crime museum, Memento Mori.

Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity

Cost is just $15 per session or buy a season pass for $50. If you can’t attend the live session, you will have access to a filmed version for 10 days after the event.

Because too much true crime is never enough

A season pass will get you front row seats to 4 great nights with Amanda – Missing Children, Killer Cocktail Hour, Cults and Mass Murders and Tales From A Podcast.


This project is sponsored by the Regional Arts Development Fund and is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Gympie Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.


Also sponsored by the Community Bank Gympie & District – Bendigo Bank and Zinc 96.1FM

Special thanks to Rest in Pieces for their help and support.