• Ep. 8: Not Saying I Have a Price To Be a Murderer... But..

    The RV Bois are excited to announce their first merch drop! Leo and Nikki discuss their new merch and chat about the current ups and downs of RV living. Enjoying a bottle of 2021 Saint Cosme Cotes-Du-Rhone, the bois discuss their first ever travel day in the rig to Pottstown, PA and the 1982 contract killing of David A. Swinehart.



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    42m | Sep 14, 2022
  • Ep. 7: There Could be Some Crazies Out There

    The RV Bois have been having some RV issues! No signal, flat tires, it's all a part of the journey. Coming to you from somewhere in the mountains, Nikki and Leo switch it up a little this week.

    Sipping on a Strawberry Kiwi from Lone Tree Brewing Co, the bois take it back to where the RV live began, Troy, NY. Listen while they discuss their experience in Troy and the horrific 2017 quadruple homicide of Brandi Mells, Shanta Myers, Shanise Myers, and Jeremiah ‘JJ’ Myers.



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    38m | Aug 10, 2022
  • Ep. 6: Foreplay. I mean, Fairplay

    What happens when the RV bois don't have internet? Wine gets drank, and stories don't get recorded!

    This week Nikki and Leo talk about spending time in the mountains and the town that inspired "South Park," Fairplay, CO. Paying tribute to the area, they enjoy some Breckenridge Brewing 'Palisade Peach' Wheat Beer.

    Join while Nikki tells Leo about this small mountain town's disappearance and murder of Evan Graham. 

    Are tattoos scary enough to warrant murder?



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    40m | Jul 13, 2022
  • Ep. 5: Bartenders are heroes

    The RV Bois made it to Denver for PRIDE!

    This week Leo and Nikki are mooch-docking with friends in Englewood, Colorado. Enjoying a bottle of Bow & Arrow 'Rhinestones', the bois discuss the drive from Kansas, parking around people, the Denver Pride celebrations, and the murder of Helene Pruszynski. Listen to the horrifying details of the rape and murder of Helene Pruszynski and how after 40 years of sitting cold, it all came down to a beer mug.



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    39m | Jun 29, 2022
  • Ep. 4: Are you a friend of Dorothy?

    Trying their best to beat the heat in the plains, the RV bois this week are hanging out in 'Little Sweden, USA' enjoying a 'Promise Land' HAZY IPA from Defiance Brewing Co. in Hays, KS and Stella Artois 'Cidre'. Join while Nikki tells Leo about the tragic 1999 murder of the three Jones children (Christopher George Jones, age 7, Joshua David Jones, age 5, and Sarah Jayne Jones, age 2.) in Lindsborg Kansas.



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    29m | Jun 22, 2022
  • Ep. 3: Its a CW TV show town

    After an interesting start to their travel day the RV Bois made it out of Oklahoma and to the Ozarks, Eureka Springs to be exact. Enjoying a Best Maid 'Sour Pickle Beer' gose, made by Martin House Brewing Company in Fort Worth, Tx. This week is a double feature episode while they discuss the history of what is claimed to be the most haunted hotel in America, and the murder of Christopher Wayne Alvard.



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    52m | Jun 15, 2022
  • Ep. 2: Like a witch? Love that for her

    The RV Bois have made it out of Texas! Parked in Valliant, Oklahoma, and enjoying a bottle of 2021 De Levende ‘Cortez’ this week, Nikki tells Leo about the 2002 disappearance of Hope Meek. Did her husband Jerry Meek murder her, or was it someone else? Or did she run off and start over, never heard from again?



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    59m | Jun 6, 2022
  • Ep. 1: We've Arrived!

    The rig is parked, and camp is set. The RV Bois have arrived! Recording in Livingston, TX, this week, Nikki and Leo enjoy some natural wine and introduce themselves and why they live on the road full-time. Join while they discuss Livingston and the unsolved murder of Carl Tyrell Wills. Early on, the police said they knew exactly who did it. If so, why, after over ten years, is this case still unsolved?



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    53m | Jun 1, 2022
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