Comedians Discuss Fascination with Serial Killers: A Decade Inside the True Crime World

MANCHESTER, UK – Comedians Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Rachel Fairburn’s shared fascination with all things dark and macabre has been the driving force behind their successful partnership for over a decade. Their childhood interests in true crime and horror novels eventually led them to collaborate on a popular podcast, “All Killa No Filla.”

Growing up in Manchester and Anglesey, the pair’s early experiences with the notorious Moors murderers and a love for spooky stories set the groundwork for their eventual collaboration. Despite initially working separately in the city’s comedy clubs, the women’s paths eventually crossed, leading to the creation of their podcast, which delves into the stories of serial killers.

Now celebrating a decade of podcasting, Pritchard-McLean and Fairburn have covered a wide range of notorious figures, from Jack the Ripper to Charles Manson. They use their platform to emphasize that their discussions are not meant to glorify the killers, but rather to delve into the twisted minds behind the crimes.

With a live UK tour on the horizon, the duo plans to continue sharing their fascination with true crime, while also reflecting on the milestones and challenges of their decade-long journey. Refusing to shy away from the darker aspects of the industry, they also acknowledge the progress made by women in the male-dominated world of comedy podcasts.

Their dedication to providing listeners with a respectful and thoughtful exploration of true crime has helped them carve out a unique space in the podcasting world, offering a captivating blend of dark humor and insightful analysis.