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Madame Morbid will invite a group of talented storytellers, writers and comedians to tell the audience about their favorite deadly woman. Learn what drove these femme fatales to murder, which has traditionally been a male-dominated activity. We will also offer trivia prizes, with one lucky guest winning two free tickets for Madame Morbid’s Trolley Tours in Brooklyn. Doors: 9:00pm Show: 9:30pm Tickets: $12 adv / $15 door 21+ Please note this is a mixed seated and standing venue. Please arrive early for the best seats. Featuring stories by: Allison Huntington Chase is the CEO of Madame Morbid’s Trolley Tours. She grew up in Hartford, CT and has a degree in Screenplay Writing from the School of Visual Arts. As a child, her father created one of the world’s largest haunted houses, which was featured in New York Times, Entertainment Tonight, and Newsweek as “one of the best haunted houses in the country,” thus making her the 2nd generation of ghost tours. Robin Browne is the cohost of the podcast That’s the Spirit and is fascinated by all things spooky and dark. She’s a stage IV cancer survivor and a regular contributor to Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls website. She has one cat and can usually be found watching reality TV in bed. Stephanie Fagan is an actor and writer who loves ghosts. She and Robin Browne host That’s The Spirit, a weekly podcast about all things macabre. Dana Lewis and Nicole Saraniero are best friends and co-hosts of Beyond, a podcast where they use their curious minds and foul mouths to chat about all things back in time, out of this world and behind the veil. Since meeting in college they have bonded over their shared obsessions with the mysteries of the universe, literature and taking financially irresponsible trips to London. Dana is an English teacher in Queens and Nicole is a contributor to Untapped Cities and also works in television production. Tori Telfer is a writer who specializes in crime, history, and weirdos. Her first book, Lady Killers: Deadly Women Throughout History (Harper Perennial), was published last fall, and called “exceptionally well-sourced and engaging, if gory” by NPR. Her nonfiction writing has appeared in Vulture,, Smithsonian, Salon, Vice, Jezebel, The Hairpin, The Awl, The Believer (forthcoming), and elsewhere, and has been featured several times on Her podcast, Criminal Broads, is about wild women on the wrong side of the law. She has a serial killer anecdote for every social situation, and is always overjoyed to talk about “going freelance” (not to be confused with “going clear”). Follow her on Instagram or read more at REFUND POLICY: Tickets maybe be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.