Moving Past Murder with Collier Landry

Collier Landry

Collier Landry is the creator and subject of the documentary “A Murder in Mansfield.” On New Year's Eve 1989, he awoke in the middle of the night to the sound of two loud thuds. The next morning, when his mother was missing, Collier knew she was no longer alive. Treated as a "missing persons" case, no one believed him except one detective. Twenty-five days later, police found his mother's body buried beneath the basement of his father's new home he purchased with his mistress. Collier had witnessed a murder. At age twelve, he testified against his father, Dr. John F. Boyle, at his month-long murder trial. He is still incarcerated to this day. Every Friday, Collier shares his unique perspective on surviving true crime, overcoming trauma, and moving on. Collier has spent his life crafting a passionate and robust message of human resilience, hope, and personal triumph over adversity. He hopes this podcast serves as a kind of therapy and reconciliation for himself and his audience, who are processing betrayal and dark trauma in their lives. Welcome to Moving Past Murder.

TikTok Exposes The Dad That Got Away with Murder - Pt. 2
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TikTok Exposes The Dad That Got Away with Murder - Pt. 2
Brooke Nicole was just 6 years old when she heard her father murder her mother. Her father was never arrested. In her journey to seek justice for her deceased mother, Brooke has gained a huge following from hundreds of thousands of people who are interested in her story. It's turned her into a unique sort of celebrity. And that comes with its own unique problems. It's something Collier can relate to, as the two discuss. Hear how Brooke Nicole (@bnicole324) turned to TikTok as a joke to share her dark story and how the community embraced her. Having a love life and dating can be tough enough, but when you're a celebrity in the true-crime world, there are several unique problems. There is the pressure a host faces from their fans to continue to create content; however, when your content revolves around your trauma, the process can take a serious mental toll. For the stars and hosts of true-crime shows, what's it like to be out in public and get approached by a complete stranger who knows your entire story? When recording new content, what sort of production process does Brooke use? Follow Brooke on TikTok: ( more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
TikTok And The Dad That Got Away with Murder - Pt. 1
1w ago
TikTok And The Dad That Got Away with Murder - Pt. 1
No two crimes are exactly alike, but they can be eerily similar. TikToker Brooke Nicole (@bnicole324) was just 6 years old when she heard her father murder her mother, similar to Collier. Except Brooke's dad wasn't arrested. He maintained custody over Brooke and her sisters. At such young ages, they didn't know what to do. So they lived with their father, knowing his dark secret. Years later, Brooke found the courage to speak out about her father's crime and now is trying to see him brought to justice. "Mom got hit by a car. You're going to the babysitters." That's what Brooke's father told her to allegedly cover up the fact that he had just murdered her mother. Collier talks with Brooke about her shocking story and the extreme difficulty that comes with holding on to a secret for decades. How do you break the terrible news to someone whose parent has just been killed? That's what Brooke had to do with her little sister. Now that her story is out in the open hear the appalling way that Brooke's aunts are now treating her. Collier and Brooke discuss the numerous similarities their fathers share. It seems there are plenty of personality traits that criminals have in common. Follow Brooke on TikTok: ( more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Decisions from a Traumatic Past to Live for the Future
Aug 5 2022
Decisions from a Traumatic Past to Live for the Future
In this unique episode, we get to see what it's like when the tables are turned with Collier as the guest of a show. Wellness and business coach Jessica McKinley (host of Sincerely, Future You) interviews Collier about his pain, his losses, his recovery, and the lessons he learned along the way. It's a more vulnerable side of Collier we don't normally see. Listen as Collier tells Sincerely, Future You host Jessica McKinley about the heartbreak he had to suffer through as a young boy who lost his mother, his father, his dog, his extended family, everything almost instantly. Collier made incredible sacrifices as a child so he could respect himself and the person he knew he would become in the future. Jessica explores just how difficult that is for anyone to do. We all need a pep talk in life the office through our darkest moments here what Collier had to tell himself at 12-years-old defined the world to live and push forward.Child actors often have a difficult time adjusting to life as they grow older. It's not so different for children who experience trauma. After surviving everything he's been through, what message does Collier have for others struggling to move past their own individual trauma? Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
"It's Not Over Until One of Us Dies": Fighting Stalkers and the True-Crime Life
Jul 29 2022
"It's Not Over Until One of Us Dies": Fighting Stalkers and the True-Crime Life
What's it like to have a man stalking you? What about a wealthy stalker with no need for a job, and all the time to feed their delusional appetite? That's the nightmare Lenora Claire found herself in. Lenora is a TV and media star who now spends much of her time as a victim's rights advocate. Her stalker survival story was featured on the news documentary program, 48 Hours. Through her frightening struggle to protect herself from her stalker, Lenora discovered a new purpose in her life: helping others fight back against stalkers. Since then, Lenora has been called "the Erin Brockovich of stalking" by Vice. Listen to her disturbing story. Learn how to fight back against stalkers. Collier and Lenora also discuss the dark side of True-Crime fame. More than ever, victims of violent crimes are having their stories published, marketed, and broadcast to an audience of millions. Is it worth it? "It's not over until one of us dies." Some stalkers never stop trying to reach their victims. No amount of jail time, no amount of fines, and no amount of time is enough to persuade some stalkers to change their ways, as Lenora explains. The trauma for many victims of violent crimes doesn't end after the crime is over and the attacker is arrested. The stories that are told, the podcasts that are made, the TV shows that are aired, all of it is a reminder of the worst moment of someone's life. From Kim Kardashian to Gywneth Paltrow, many celebrities have entire security teams to keep them safe from stalkers and the like. But what do most people do when they don't have the money to afford professional security services? Find out. After law enforcement wouldn't give Lenora the help she needed to deal with a stalker, hear the steps she took to turn the tables on her stalker; to track him and get him arrested five different times. Hollywood star power from actress and NCIS star, Pauley Perrette, helped get Lenora connected to influential U.S. Congressman Adam Schiff, among others. Hear what she managed to accomplish. For more on Lenora, check out her website: ( (Click to read FULL TRANSCRIPT ) Craving more behind-the-scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Romance Scams And Victims Who Just Want To Find Love Online!
Jul 22 2022
Romance Scams And Victims Who Just Want To Find Love Online!
The world is full of all sorts of scammers and devious people. Some of these predators lure their victims romantically, with promises of love and attention. These sick criminals are ripping off people every day across the U.S. and world, conning their lonely victims out of sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars each. Investigator Christopher Salgado assisted in building the investigations department at Facebook, and now runs All Points Investigations, LLC. He works with businesses and clients around the world and helps them defend against scammers. In this eye-opening episode, find out how vulnerable you really are to scammers, and get Christopher's tips on how you can protect yourself, along with your friends and family. Romance scams are becoming more and more popular in this age of online and mobile app dating. Thousands of people each year are falling victim to the crime that's robbing them of hundreds of millions (if not billions) of dollars, according to the FBI. Hear how even the smartest people who should know better are getting caught up in these heart-string heists. Hear the story of a woman who was duped out of $300,000 by someone seeking to comfort her romantically after her husband of 40 years passed away. Phishing... Smishing... Vishing... they're strange words, but dangerous scams. Learn how each can be used to target you. You might think of yourself as a private person, but many of us are unknowingly opening ourselves up to cyber-attacks, scammers, and stalkers. What are you "giving away" on social media, online, and in your everyday life that could hurt you? Christopher explains what you need to do to keep yourself and your family safe. Hear how Collier nearly became a victim himself of a serious PayPal scam when he was in a serious rush to solve a problem. You can connect with Christopher Salgado here: Website: (Click here to read full episode transcript) Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Letters from Prison: My Dad's First Year
Jul 15 2022
Letters from Prison: My Dad's First Year
In a look into the mind of a sociopathic killer, Collier goes through three never-before opened letters that his father sent him from prison in 1991. His father was approaching his first full year locked up during the writing of these letters. Through these pages, we see hints that Collier's father still holds some major resentment towards him for testifying against him in court. In this week's listener question, we hear from a teacher who had to help a young student who (like Collier) had a father who killed her mother. Hear what Collier recommends for those who have to struggle through this terrible trauma and how his own teachers were so important to his recovery. Collier's dad tries to relate to his son by sharing what he's been watching on TV. Hear what he thinks of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. From having cartoons drawn on his letters to getting customized fitness programs, hear how Collier's father is getting the most out of his fellow prison inmates. What kind of mental gymnastics do murderers have to jump through in order to try to convince others that they're innocent? Collier analyzes his dad's methods, laid out in these letters. "I'm still in the struggle to overturn this illegal conviction." These are the words Collier's father wrote to him as he began to set the stage for appealing his guilty verdict in the murder of his wife. (Click here to read the full episode transcript.) Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
In a Mass-Shooting, "Your Instincts Just Take Over." - A Survivor's Lesson
Jul 8 2022
In a Mass-Shooting, "Your Instincts Just Take Over." - A Survivor's Lesson
Trigger Warning: This video contains a discussion of sensitive topics including gun violence, mass shootings, and surviving those violent incidents. If you are triggered in any way, please stop the video and seek counseling from a mental health professional. America is suffering through a bloody and ongoing epidemic; one for which there is no vaccine. In this week's episode, we're analyzing mass shootings and speaking to a woman who survived the worst mass shooting in US history with her children. You may have thought about what you would do during a mass shooting, but what do you do after? Physical wounds aren't the only wounds bullets can cause. As we hear, mental trauma can create scars that last a lifetime. Listen to the first-hand account of Stacie Armentrout. She was injured but lived through the Las Vegas mass shooting in 2017. The bloodshed at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Vegas is the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. After the lone gunman stopped firing, 58 people died, and more than 850 were injured. Stacie was in the middle of it with her daughters. What do you think in the middle of shooting may not be what your body lets you do? "Fight or flight" isn't always something you have physical control over. "Locks are for honest people." Collier and Stacie discuss the bloodlust killers have and question what can be done to stop these people beforehand. Could you be going to work every day and sitting next to a potential mass murderer and not knowing it? Do you know the signs to look for? Stacie and Collier explore the importance of making those answers more mainstream. Shootings and traumatic events can trigger emotional breakdowns in survivors. Hear why Stacie says it's okay to experience those feelings and why it's essential to acknowledge that sometimes we can't control everything. (Click here for the full episode transcript.) Victim's First Website: ( more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
The Pleasure Narcissists Seek: Exploring Ghislaine Maxwell's Crime
Jul 1 2022
The Pleasure Narcissists Seek: Exploring Ghislaine Maxwell's Crime
Ghislaine Maxwell, the convicted assistant to infamous sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, was just sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in ruining the lives of countless girls. Collier discusses the narcissism that runs through Maxwell's actions and her defense. Collier also reflects on the similarities his own father shares with criminals, like Maxwell. (PLEASE fill out this brief audience SURVEY ) Collier breaks down why there should be no sympathy for people like Ghislaine Maxwell. He explains how people, even from affluent and privileged backgrounds, can turn to a life of horrendous crime. Doubling down on their crimes and mistakes: why convicted sex offenders and violent criminals often believe they've done nothing wrong. Grooming children takes all sorts of forms, but the main premise is someone coercing kids to do what they want. Collier describes how he believes his father was trying to groom him in an effort for Collier to take back his testimony that put his father in jail. In her testimony, Ghislaine Maxwell attempted to make herself look like the victim without recognizing the real victims - all of the innocent girls she helped traffic sexually. Collier shares a letter from his father to show the striking similarity between criminals. How do you deal with a narcissist parent? The trauma they inflict on their children is horrible, but as Collier explains, the trauma they inflict on others can be even worse. (Click to read the FULL episode Transcript.) (Click to listen to Daniela Miller's Episode) on "Predators I've Caught" with Chris Hansen. Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Fighting for Your Case when Homicide Detectives are Overwhelmed
Jun 24 2022
Fighting for Your Case when Homicide Detectives are Overwhelmed
When a child grows up fearing serial killers and even loses a young neighbor girl to a killer, it might be the start of a lifelong trauma. In the case of Nina Innsted, the host of Already Gone, she let that fear fuel her desire to catch killers and find the victims who go missing. When the police couldn't do enough to solve missing persons cases, Nina found ways to give her cases a better chance at being solved. Collier and Nina discover that's something they both have in common. Hear about the dark and deadly events that encouraged Nina to get involved in the world of true-crime. What would've happened to Collier's mother's murder case had he not gotten involved to tip-off police and testify against his father? Collier and Nina reflect on the importance on being persistent on solving criminal cases. Serial killers never brought to justice: Nina shares her personal story growing up in an area terrorized by murderers who were never identified. What are the first steps you should take when a loved one goes missing, specifically a teenager? Nina has several essential pieces of advice she's picked up working for the missing person association, Missing In Michigan. The disgusting world of private investigators and others who take advantage of desperate families searching for missing loved ones or answers to unsolved criminal cases. Be wary of those just out to make a buck off your tragedy. For the families and friends left behind after someone is murdered, do they ever truly find closure? When does the story end? Nina breaks down what she's discovered. (Click to read the FULL Transcript of this episode. ) Nina's missing person association: ( podcast: Already Gone ( website: ( more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Letters from Prison: A Father's Day Tribute to a Horrible Father
Jun 17 2022
Letters from Prison: A Father's Day Tribute to a Horrible Father
It's a Father's Day special day! In episode 42 of Moving Past Murder, Collier reads letters his father sent him years ago from prison. They look into the mind of a killer who still thinks he has a chance to overturn his guilty verdict... as long as he can get Collier back on his side. Hear how Collier's dad says he still gets angry when he thinks about Collier testifying against him on the witness stand during his murder trial. You'll hear Collier's take on his dad's manipulation, gaslighting and twisting of facts. • Collier's dad tries to win back the son who put him behind bars. • Hear how Collier didn't even know his own grandmother had passed away… Until he called and tried to talk to her on what happened to be the day of her funeral. • Do his remaining relatives have any interest in reconnecting? • Hear more about the man Collier considers his REAL father after his family fell apart. • Father's Day is an emotional time for Collier. It's a national holiday that reopens old wounds and forces Collier to confront his past trauma. (Click To Read the Full episode Transcript) Links: www.collierlandry.com Follow Collier on Instagram: www.instagram.com/collierlandry Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Cash, Crime, and Sociopaths: Murderish Host Jami Rice Explores the Connection
Jun 3 2022
Cash, Crime, and Sociopaths: Murderish Host Jami Rice Explores the Connection
Murderish host Jami Rice digs deep into the most disturbing true crimes and mysteries. In episode 40, of Moving Past Murder, she and Collier dish on their cases, compare sociopaths and discuss troubles with the true-crime business. They look at financial crimes and their connection to violent crimes. As well as how the criminal minds of a murderer and a thief aren’t so different. Why Collier really can’t stand criminals who prey on the innocent. The woman who stole $15 million from a bank with pie and a made-up persona. Jami discusses totally bizarre, but totally true crime she’s now working to crack.  Does the entertainment industry fetishize and even award certain types of criminals? Real-life con artist Anna Delvey had her story made into the Netflix special, Inventing Anna. The Tinder Swindler, Simon Leviev, tricked innocent women into giving him millions of dollars, and now he has his own TV special about his devious life. Both Simon and Anna are making lots of money off their criminal behavior. Collier and Jami share their outrage.    Are some of Collier’s podcast listeners reaching out and trying to contact his dad? What happens when the subjects of true-crime podcasts and their friends and families hear what podcast hosts are saying about them? The risk that comes with the job.   Whatever happened to Collier’s dog that disappeared after his mom disappeared? The moment that caused Collier to break down. Link to relevant Episode: ( to Jami's website: ( to Jami's Twitter: ( (Click here to read the full episode transcript.) Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Threats and Plot Holes: The Radio Team that Interviewed a Murderer
May 27 2022
Threats and Plot Holes: The Radio Team that Interviewed a Murderer
Decades ago Pastor Ernie Sanders looked into the murder of Collier’s mother and even interviewed his father live on the radio. In episode 39, we hear from radio host Pastor Ernie Sanders and his associate Jim Kloos on what they’ve uncovered about the case over the years. Did Collier’s father have help murdering his mother and hiding her body? For the first time, citizen investigators reveal the evidence they’ve gathered, which led them to a shocking new possibility in the murder case. The bag over the head: as a doctor, Collier’s father would’ve known whether or not his wife was dead. So why did he bury her with a bag covering her head if that’s not how he killed her? Collier’s guests discuss how this fact could be a hole in the case against him. “You better stop coming down to Mansfield. Things are going to get rough for you down here.” The eerie warnings possible police officers allegedly gave to these amateur sleuths to stay away from the case. The two ways to go to prison: how you can choose to go by yourself, or your drag your whole family down with you.Link to relevant Episode: ( more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Lies Caught on Tape: Uncovered Radio Interview with My Convicted Murderer Father
May 20 2022
Lies Caught on Tape: Uncovered Radio Interview with My Convicted Murderer Father
Back in the 1990s, after Collier’s father was in prison for murdering his mother, he was interviewed live on a radio program called What’s Right What’s Left with Pastor Ernie Sanders. Speaking from prison, Collier’s father professed his innocence, while discussing the conspiracies and crooked law enforcement he claims were out to frame him. For the very first time, Collier listens to his dad’s interview as he records this episode. Hear his responses and outrage to the lies his father peddles as he tries to clear his name by smearing Collier’s dead mother. A listener writes Collier about her own trauma and struggles with an abusive relationship she fought to escape from. Hear what Collier’s father has to say about Collier, just a few years after he took to the witness stand to help convict his father in his mother’s murder. Smuggling children, gold, and drugs on the black market? The wild explanations Collier’s father gave for his wife’s disappearance and death. Link to Episode 33: (My Dad Tries To Convince Me My Mother's Caused Her Own Murder | Letter From Prison ) TRANSCRIPT available at: www.collierlandry.com Follow Collier: Instagram: @collierlandry TikTok: @collierlandry Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Dirty John's Debra Newell: How Psychopath’s Lure their Victims
May 13 2022
Dirty John's Debra Newell: How Psychopath’s Lure their Victims
Debra Newell is best known for being “Dirty John’s” last wife before his death. Connie Britton played Debra’s character in the TV scripted series that appeared on Bravo and now is streaming on Netflix. The show originates from the Dirty John Podcast with over 50 million listens. Debra Newell is also a world-renowned interior designer with mentions in Forbes. She is the Founder and President of Ambrosia Home, Inc. as well as the founder and former President of the multimillion-dollar company, Ambrosia Interior Design, Inc. Debra Newell is the author of the newly released book: Surviving Dirty John with hopes that the book will spread awareness for coercive control, along with showing you a deep dive as to why she got involved with a psychopath. Debra Newell has appeared on Dateline NBC, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Megan Kelly Today, Inside Evil with Chris Cuomo, Oxygen’s Dirty John: The Dirty Truth amongst many other media outlets. Debra Newell’s Instagram @debraambrosenewell Debra Newell’s Book: Surviving Dirty John Website:  ( Home Store Website:  (Ambrosia Home | Home Furniture and Décor in Henderson, NV) Craving more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.
Terra Newell: The Aftermath of Ending A Life In Self-Defense
Apr 8 2022
Terra Newell: The Aftermath of Ending A Life In Self-Defense
How do you move past taking the life of another human being, even when it is in self-defense? How do you cope with Survivor Shaming? What does moving past guilt & shame look like in the public eye? In last week's episode (Moving Past Murder - Episode #31), an interview with survivor Terra Newell, many of my audience members were left with a few unanswered questions after hearing Terra's story. Specifically, how Terra was able to move past ending the life of John Meehan, AKA “Dirty John." How do you deal with the public's scrutiny, moving past your own guilt and shame, and the almighty "Survivor Shaming" from a self-righteous public audience? I recently met Terra in person this past weekend, and she was more than to share more of her journey toward healing and recovery. Episode highlights... •Coping with PTSD and the double trauma when someone tries to take your life and you take theirs in self-defense. •Dealing with "Survivor Shaming". Please enjoy this follow-up interview of Moving Past Murder with Terra Newell. YouTube link to the episode: more behind the scenes, extra content, and interviews? Join my Patreon today! ( THE EPISODE LIVE Q&A with host Collier Landry! TUESDAY'S 11 am PT/2 pm ET on IG LIVE @collierlandry Follow Collier Landry on Instagram: ( to my YouTube Channel  ( for watching! Like what you see? 👉🏻 Subscribe!  👈🏻 SPOTIFY: ( ( podcast contains colorful language that some of our listeners might consider NSFW...even when working from home.