Sword and Scale Rewind, hosted by Matt Fondiler and Stefanie Wilder-Taylor, is the aftershow for the popular true-crime podcast Sword and Scale.
An introduction to Sword and Scale Rewind.
In this debut episode of Sword and Scale Rewind, Lynette and Stefanie (with special guest Mike Boudet) revisit the very first episode of S&S in which a young man by the name of Bruce Blackman murders his entire family and is eventually released back into the public. The one-and-only Dr. Drew pops in for a professional consultation about the dangers of untreated mental illness.
What makes someone a psychopath, and would you even know it if you were one yourself? Stefanie and Lynette, with special guest Mike Boudet, delve into the mind of a psychopath and test themselves to see if they have any psychopathic tendencies.
Hell hath no fury... The ladies from Sword and Scale rewind prove once again that women can do everything men can do just as well, if not better. Especially murder. This episode revisits the cases of Belle Gunness and Aileen Wuornos with special guest Mike Boudet.
The Jessica Ridgeway story is one of the most genuinely sad and disturbing stories we've ever told. Stefanie and Lynette chat with S&S Host Mike Boudet about whether parents these days are too protective or not protective enough. We also learn about Boudet's close brushes with child abductors when he was younger.
Lynette and Stefanie begin to break down the bizarre case of the Franklin Credit Union Scandal and the disappearance of Johnny Gosch. Johnny's mother, Noreen, joins them to discuss the case in greater detail.
A behind-the-scene look into Episodes 5&6 with special guest Mike Boudet who breaks down the more extreme elements of the Johnny Gosch case.
Roger Dean Kiser is a survivor of one of North Florida darkest periods: The Florida Industrial School for Boys at Marianna which systematically abused and tortured hundreds of young boys and even took some of their lives.
Celebrity defense attorney Mark Geragos joins us for a detailed breakdown of the Curtis Reeves case and shows us the potential "bad facts" in the case .
The death penalty is controversial and politically divisive. Everyone has their own opinions on it, including the hosts of Sword and Scale Rewind.