Ep: 114 Mikel J. Wilson chats with Brad about the unusual methods he uses to kill his victims, going from destitute to world traveler, and even gets into skydiving.
Mikel also wrote a blog post for the website regarding unique methods of murder.
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Mikel J. Wilson is an award-winning mystery and science fiction author. Wilson draws on his Southern roots for the international bestselling Mourning Dove Mysteries, a series of novels featuring bizarre murders in the Smoky Mountains region of Tennessee. The series adheres to a “no guns or knives” policy and includes Murder on the Lake of Fire, Death Opens a Window and A Light to Kill By. Wilson is also the author of Sedona: The Lost Vortex, a contemporary science-fiction novel centered on the unique mythology of this mystical Northern Arizona town, known for energy vortexes and alien encounters.
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