Fruitloops: Serial Killers of Color

E89: Huang Yong

July 30, 2020

This week Beth and Wendy discuss Huang Yong, a Chinese serial killer, convicted of murdering 17 teenage boys (although he is suspected of 25 murders) between September 2001-03.


We begin with listener letters (5:19). We dive into the setting (11:06) the killers early life, and the timeline.   


As usual we close out the show with some shout outs, crime news, and of course, some tips on how not to get murdered.  


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Shout Outs


California Love


Decoder Ring




Cases of Color Podcast




"Abyss" by Alasen: ●

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“Furious Freak” by Kevin MacLeod




"Strange Times” and “VVS" by Yung Kartz

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"Start as You Mean to Go On" by Birch

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