Unheard Life Stories of Comedians Who Turned Serial Killers into Podcasts

Manchester, England – Comedians Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Rachel Fairburn have captivated audiences for the past decade with their unique blend of comedy and true crime. Despite growing up in different parts of the country, both women shared a childhood fascination with all things strange and macabre.

Pritchard-McLean, who grew up on the Isle of Anglesey, and Fairburn, who spent her childhood in Manchester, were both drawn to the dark and eerie. Their shared interest eventually led them to collaborate on their podcast, All Killa No Filla, where they have explored the lives and crimes of serial killers for over a decade.

The podcast, now on its 104th episode, delves into the stories of notorious killers such as Jack the Ripper and Charles Manson. With a blend of humor and sensitivity, Pritchard-McLean and Fairburn seek to demystify these criminals and provide a fresh perspective on the true crime genre.

Their unique approach has garnered an enthusiastic following, and the duo has expanded their impact with live shows and a UK tour to celebrate a decade of their podcast. Through their work, they not only explore the lives of serial killers but also reflect on their own experiences and the challenges they’ve faced as women in the comedy industry.

Despite the grim subject matter, Pritchard-McLean and Fairburn have created a platform for open and candid conversations, showcasing both their friendship and their commitment to addressing serious issues with authenticity and wit.

As they mark a decade of exploring the darkest corners of the human psyche, Pritchard-McLean and Fairburn continue to engage audiences with their one-of-a-kind blend of comedy and true crime, offering a fresh perspective on the genre and sparking important conversations about sexism, misogyny, and the power of women in the comedy industry.