Martinis & Murder
About Martinis & Murder
From serial killers to mysterious disappearances to infamous murder cases, John and Daryn break down one murder over the course of one or two episodes, making heavy subject matter a little more palatable by not checking their senses of humor at the door. Freshly shaken martinis also help. Spending hours on research per case, John and Daryn not only tell the narrative of each murder but also delve into compelling and little- known facts about the lives of each killer and victim. What was the motivation? Was the killer a psychopath or a sane person who simply snapped? What was the impact on the victim’s family, friends and community?
While he’s not hosting, John is a Senior Digital Producer for Oxygen. Having been at Oxygen since 2012, John has hosted and produced several successful digital projects for the network ranging from digital after shows to podcasts to web series. John is originally from Maryland and graduated from West Virginia University. His loves are Harry Potter, Spice Girls and Funko collectibles.
As a former NBC Page rocking the grey suit that Kenneth made famous on 30 Rock, Daryn came right out of the Page Program to assist one of the most influential pop culture icons currently on television, Andy Cohen. In addition to the podcast, Daryn has become a correspondent for Bravotv.com where she hosts her own web series, “Bravo Pregame” in which she interviews the Bravo talent in the Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen greenroom probing them with questions about the exciting and most often shocking moments coming up on Bravo that week. As of early 2019, Daryn cohosts “Unplugged with Eraldo and Daryn,” a fun, fast-paced half hour lifestyle TV show that airs on select Saturdays on CW Philadelphia and San Francisco. Daryn is originally from Montclair, NJ and graduated from Lafayette College. Her passion for true crime is equally matched with her love for martinis.
Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers
About The Show
When 19-year old Jessica Chambers is horrifically murdered, set on fire in her car, her rural Mississippi community is rocked. As investigators work to figure out who could have done this and why, there’s an onslaught of online sleuths digitally descending on this grieving community wreaking havoc and placing blame. Finally, after a 14-month investigation, there’s a surprise arrest and trial of the accused with an ending that sends shockwaves once again. Hosted by Beth Karas.