It wasn’t so much a meet-cute as a meet-gruesome. That’s how My Favorite Murder cohosts Georgia Hardstark and Karen Kilgariff recall their introduction to one another at a mutual friend’s Halloween party in 2015, where Kilgariff was recounting the gory aftermath of a car accident she’d witnessed a few years prior.
“Everyone around me was bummed out by it,” Kilgariff, 46, says with a laugh. “Except for Georgia, who reached across the circle we were in and was like, ‘Tell me everything.’”
Hardstark, 36, readily admits that, much like Kilgariff, she has a penchant for macabre small talk. “I always wanted to know people’s hometown murders. When people would tell me where they’re from, I’d be like, ‘Oh, you guys have that murder…’ And they’d be like, ‘What the f— are you talking about?’ So I think Karen and I talked all night about crazy murders.”
Karen Pannell, the Oldsmar, Florida, American Airlines worker who was found dead in a pool of blood in her home more than a decade ago, will have her story aired on Investigation Discovery‘s Six Degrees of Murder. In the episode, ‘The Writing On The Wall,’ Oldsmar neighbors live in fear upon hearing about the brutal death of Karen Ann Pannell. But, when a name written in blood is found on the wall, police realize that this was no random killer but someone she knew.
American Airlines Employee Found Dead In Home, Message Written In Blood On Wall
According to the St. Petersburg Times, Karen Pannell was found dead in her home in October, 2003, by her friend, Tim Permenter, who told Pinellas County detectives that he had come to the home to check on her since Karen Pannell had recently been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and he was unable to
Despite our ashen and at times brittle hearts here in entertainment.ie, we do enjoy a bit of heart warming romance. Lord knows the celebraddy world needs it.
No other details have circulated as yet, but Karen Koster has had the question popped at her by long term partner John McGuire. In case you’re not familiar with John, he’s quite the “professional businessman and property investor”, as well as CEO of Quote Devil.
As for Karen, well, she’s the one off Xpose we’d most like to go for a pint with. Sorry, Glenda, you’ve got a very lovely bottom but Karen is the one we’d properly turn for.
Xposé cuts episode count from five down to just three