Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color

E83: Christina Shea Walters aka “Queen”

June 18, 2020

This week Beth and Wendy discuss Christina Shea Walters, a Native American woman and leader of a gang, who attempted to murder one woman, and then ordered the executions of two other women. The victims were chosen at random.

We dive into the story (15:34), the setting and the timeline. As usual we close out the show with some shout outs and of course, some tips on how not to get murdered.  

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Shout Outs

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open on Netflix

Merata: how Mum decolonized the screen on Netflix

Brooklyn 99 on Hulu


Military Murder Podcast


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"Furious Freak" by Kevin MacLeod (
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