We explore Adelaide's alleged "black widow", accused of poisoning and killing several men in her life. It's a tale that certainly doesn't beg the question "was it all just a big coincidence?"
So join us on this not so mysterious mystery, as we sing way too much and drink the Smiling Samoyed IPA laced with Round Up.
Sink your teeth into this Giggleaide where Tom reads Dan a story about a woman iting a waiter over a bill dispute at a Gouger Street restaurant.
The latest update since recording is she will appear back in court this month.
In our first ever reverse AdeLOL, Tom tells Dan the history of Thomas Maslin and Maslin Beach. This high-brow and extremely mature episode discusses the finer points of the natural vegetation surrounding the land, emigration history to the region, local cinematic releases, plus all the naked boobies and doodles.
Beer of the episode is Southark Bitter.
This AdeLOL explores Adelaide's "other car", the Lightburn Zeta. The brainchild of every-weight boxing champ, Harold Lightburn, it was manufactured in Camden Park in a washing machine factory from 1963 to 1965. Take a spin (cycle) with us into the past with the tale of this hilarious little car. Beer of the episode was Swell Golden Ale.
"Did you know South Australia was the only state not settled by convicts?" said the South Aussie to the rest of the country, implying that we're better than everyone else.
Whilst it is definitely true that we're the best state, it's not entirely true that we were ever convict free. From Edward Wakefield to the First Superintendent of Convicts, there's certainly a few surprises along the way in this story.
Beer of the episode was Mismatch Extra Pale Ale.
This AdeLOL explores the incredible, and at times unbelievable, journey of David Hicks. Who would've thought a young man expelled from Smithfield High would go on to be classified as one of the top ten most dangerous people in the world and a human rights martyr? From Gilles Plains to Guantanamo and Playford to Pakistan, this story has it all.
Beer of the episode is Cooper's Lager, Dan loves it.
A man who needed no introduction, (except to Tom, who was unaware of his existence) Bob Francis.
He brought the Beatles to our town, did outstanding work for charities and law reform, rolled carpet straight outta' Brompton, and wanted to see hung men at Adelaide Oval. Have a listen, Dickbrains.
Beer of the episode was Goodieson Brewery Pale Ale.
This AdeLOL explores the hard and truly tragic life of Elizabeth Woolcock, the only ever woman to be hanged in South Australia.
A story that really isn't funny, but we try our best with accents and Neighbours references...and it comes off as being really insensitive. For the second time in AdeLOL's short history, we apologise.
Beer of the episode was Fox Hat Lusty Lager.
In this special episode of AdeLOL, Tom and Dan undertake the self-guided Rundle Mall 'Above the Canopy' tour looking at some of the historic mall buildings during SA History Month.
It gets pretty off topic pretty quickly, and we end up at the Richmond Hotel for a Vale Ale Pale Ale just looking for Polites signs.
You can do the tour yourself here.
This AdeLOL explores The Adelaide Tsunami of 1976. Widespread panic came across South Australia due to the predictions of John Nash, not a geologist, but a house painter/amateur clairvoiant. Thankfully, our fearless premier, Don Dunstan, came to the rescue at the 11th hour.
We explore the story of 'Live at the Zoo', Adelaide's own Fyre Festival, a music festival held in April 2009 at Monarto.
Despite an amazing lineup with bands like Cut Copy, Bliss n Eso and Rise Against (the Machine), this festival was doomed from the start. It gets unbelievably insane. Beer of the episode was Goodieson Brewery Maibock.
In the pilot episode of AdeLOL, we explore the life of SA legend and real estate giant, Con Polites. This story has it all: Money, fish, "psychics", moustaches and hats...so many hats. Local beer of the episode was Pirate Life Golden Era Golden Ale.