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Recently I went digging through some of my beats, and at this moment I have so many I don’t know what to do with. So I figured to try and get rid of some of them, maybe someone out there can put some of these beats to use. As of yesterday I started uploading new production, and I plan to continue to release them on my TRAKTRAIN Page & I’ll share a few to my SOUNDCLOUD.

The prices are very reasonable and all I ask is for Credit on whatever you use them on. The options are there on my traktrain page, everything from leasing a beat or buying the exclusive right to one. Once the rights to a beat is sold, that beat get’s taking out of the rotation and no longer available for sale.

Thanks to everyone who continues to support my work, 2021 we have a few things to drop when the time is right – KARDIAC!

For those of you who prefer physical merch like hard copy CD’s, T-shirts, Vinyl’s, Stickers and more, The Kardiac Merch Store is now officially open (again) for business.  So, if you haven’t grab the latest LP, “Daydreams of Crime Scenes“, now is your chance! We also have 8×8 BLACK DECAL KARDIAC LOGO STICKERS FOR FREE WITH EVERY ORDER WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. Thanks to everyone who has already purchased the new album and showing your support during these crazy times! I hope your 2020 hasn’t been too harsh…we’ll have new merch and music coming in 2021.

I’m sure some of you may have noticed the website was down for a few days. We ran into some problems with the SSL and now changed back to it’s original format of http instead of https. Since I’m not selling any merch directly from KARDIACMUSIC.COM, there was no point of keeping the SSL. Things may change as we continue to do updates throughout the website within the coming weeks ahead.
Now for anyone looking to buy psychical merch, I temporally disabled KARDIACMERCH.COM until further notice. So as of right now, I’m only doing digital so if you’re still trying to find a copy of “Daydreams of Crime Scenes”please visit: KARDIAC.BANDCAMP.COM



Now, only four days away, the “Evidence Bags” are ready to be torn open and fully examined. Extreme measures have been taken to make sure that no stone was left unturned. Different options will be available for pre-order this Friday, February 28th 2020. If you want to collect more than just a CD and a poster, there will be two variations of Evidence Bags to choose from. Take a “Second Glance” and notice the grizzly differences between “Evidence Bag #1” & “Evidence Bag #2”:

Dig into the “Evidence Bags” this Friday Feb, 28th 2020. Authorities will disclose all of the items they have to build their case. We need your help..snatch up these bags to divert attention. Below is an image of what you’re getting so that you won’t be startled by the gory mess:

It was in October 2016, the last thing anyone heard was “A Composition For Decomposition.” Dead silence, and then a few years pass, whimpers begin to surface every so often. Now that the dark month is here, there couldn’t be a better time for “WENT MISSING IN OCTOBER.” This project is decimated with disturbing Compositions & Instrumentals suitable for what’s to come within the months ahead.





There aren’t many interviews out there with myself since I’ve been M.I.A for a while now, but recently I was asked to join the POSSESSED RADIO PODCAST for an interview about the many different projects I’ve released and currently working on. During the interview,  there are two different songs that haven’t been released yet and only been put out through this interview. The first one you will hear that starts off the show is a track from Daydreams of Crime Scenes called “Distress Call.” The second song plays somewhere in the middle which is from “Went Missing In October” entitled “Recovered by Divers.” So check out the episode and find out some stuff that I’ve never talked about before until now. We dive into it all, and put people on to this episode and hear some of the new stuff that’s coming within the months ahead.


If you would like to hear other episodes from Possessed Radio please visit

Some of the research in this article came from these following sources:


Anchorage State Troopers – Case Files.

Robert Christian Hansen (February 15, 1939 – August 21, 2014), known in the media as the “Butcher Baker“, was an American serial killer. Between 1971 and 1983, Hansen abducted, raped, and murdered at least 17, and possibly more than 30 women in and around Anchorage, Alaska, hunting them down in the woods with a Ruger Mini-14 and a knife. He was arrested and convicted in 1983 and was sentenced to 461 years and a life sentence without the possibility of parole.


Out in the desolate frigid air of the state of Alaska Between the 70’s & 80’s, something more grizzly and vicious was prowling the mountains other than bears and caribou. It’s apart of life for many who grew up hunting and fishing, passed down through generations of family, but for one by the name of Robert Hansen, his perspective on hunting came in many forms.

When he moved from Estherville, Iowa, to Anchorage Alaska he opened a bakery. Police and friends would call him Bob and eat at his bakery on a daily basis. Although Bob had a nice business and looked like a normal faithful family man, all that was just a shell for everybody that watched from the outside.

Robert Hansen’s Bakery (

Whatever his excuses may have been, along with his checkered past, nothing could prepare the officials at the Anchorage Police Department for the 12 years of brutality Robert Hansen unleashed on the victims of Alaska. Nobody was safe, Over those years people started vanishing and was never seen again. People started noticing as the first of the bodies were found by construction workers near Eklutna Road. The body, dubbed “Eklutna Annie” by investigators, has never been identified. Later that year, the body of Joanna Messina was discovered in a gravel pit near Seward and in 1982, the remains of 23-year-old Sherry Morrow were discovered, in a shallow grave near the Knik River. Now there were three bodies and it all looked like it was done by one killer.

KNIK RIVER – Where the remains of 23-year-old Sherry Morrow were discovered, in a shallow grave.


Knik River Dig (AST)


Kink River Grave Depth Measured (Alaska State Troopers)


Robert Hansen’s Plane


How Hanson Threaten Women To Get in His Plane

Robert Hansen’s Anchorage house on Old Harbor Road (Leland E. Hale)
The Fall of Robert Hansen: Cindy told police, he had offered her $200 to perform oral sex but when she got into the car, he pulled a gun on her and drove her to his home in Muldoon. There, he held her captive, torturing, raping and sexually assaulting her. She mentioned that after he chained her by the neck to a post in the house’s basement.
Robert Hansen’s basement. (Alaska State Troopers).
Cindy Paulson

Cindy Paulson Interview w/ Sgt. Glenn Flothe, AST


Hansen took a nap on a nearby couch. When he awoke, he put her in his car and took her to Merrill Field airport

He told her that he intended to “take her out to his cabin” (a meat shack in the Knik River area of the Matanuska Valley accessible only by boat or bush plane). Paulson, crouched in the back seat of the car with her wrists cuffed in front of her body, waited to escape until Hansen was busy loading the airplane’s cockpit. While Hansen’s back was turned, Paulson crawled out of the back seat, opened the driver’s side door and ran toward nearby Sixth Avenue.

She later told police that she had left her blue sneakers on the passenger side floor of the sedan’s backseat, as evidence that she had been in the car. Paulson escaped and made it to Sixth Avenue and managed to flag down a passing truck. He drove her to the Mush Inn, where she jumped out of the truck and ran inside.  The truck driver called the police to report the barefoot, handcuffed woman.

Robert Hansens M.O was abducting and threatening women all the way up to the point of putting them onto his plane and flying them out in the middle of nowhere Anchorage Alaska, uncuffing them and letting them think he was setting them free, but he would then Hunt them with a Ruger Mini-14, chasing through the snow and teasing until he got fed up and then shot them like wild game.


Robert Hanson in Custody


Robert Hansen confession.

Hansens Victims that were identified, for many of his other victims their bodies were never recovered or identified.

Hansen had barrels scattered throughout the mountains of Anchorage filled with everything he needed when he went “Hunting.” From rope, ammo, guns, duct tape, shovels, and all the disposable accessories. Part of his fall was the map they found, along with the Guns he used on his victims hidden in his attic. The spots mark on the map below lead to many of Hanson’s grave sites where bodies were recovered. 

Hansen Map of Knik Graves


The weapons in Robert Hansen’s attic. (Alaska State Troopers.)


His Weapon of Choice


On October 27, 1983, investigators uncovered jewelry belonging to some of the missing women, as well as an array of firearms in a corner hideaway of Hansen’s attic. The biggest find was an aviation map with little “x” marks on it, hidden behind Hansen’s headboard.

Hansen Later showed investigators 17 grave sites, in and around Southcentral Alaska, 12 of which were unknown to investigators. There remained marks on his map that he refused to give up, including three in Resurrection Bay, near Seward (authorities suspect two of these marks belong to the graves of Mary Thill and Megan Emrick, whom Hansen has denied killing). The remains of 12 (of a probable 21) victims were exhumed by the police and returned to their families. Hansen was sentenced by a jury to 461 years plus life in prison, without the possibility of parole.

Known victims as shown on Wikipedia

Hansen is known to have raped and assaulted over 30 Alaskan women. He is also responsible for murdering at least 17, ranging in age from 16 to 41. They were:

  • Lisa Futrell, 41 (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help)
  • Malai Larsen, 28 (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help)
  • Sue Luna, 23 (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help)
  • Tami Pederson, 20 (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help)
  • Angela Feddern, 24 (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help)
  • Teresa Watson (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help)
  • DeLynn “Sugar” Frey (acknowledged, body discovered on August 20, 1985 by a pilot testing new tires on the sandbar of the Knik River)
  • Paula Goulding (acknowledged, body found)
  • Andrea “Fish” Altiery (admitted, body not found)
  • Sherry Morrow, 23 (admitted, body found)
  • “Eklutna Annie” (admitted, body found, true identity has never been discovered)
  • Joanna Messina (admitted, body found)
  • “Horseshoe Harriet” (acknowledged, body found with Hansen’s help, true identity has never been discovered)
  • Roxane Easland, 24 (acknowledged, body not found)
  • Ceilia “Beth” Van Zanten, 17 (denied, but suspected because of x on aviation map, body found)
  • Megan Emerick, 17 (denied, but suspected because of x on aviation map, body not found)
  • Mary Thill, 23 (denied, but suspected because of x on aviation map, body not found)

Of these 17 women, Hansen was only formally charged with the murder of four – Sherry Morrow, Joanna Messina, Eklutna Annie, and Paula Goulding. He was also charged with the kidnapping and rape of Cindy Paulson.

Hansen died at the age of 75, at Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage on August 21, 2014, due to undisclosed, lingering health conditions.

You a reader of true crime? take the time and visit:  For more details and interviews with Robert Hanson.

Documentary on Robert Hanson below


Story By Corey Jennings of The Butcher Baker – ROBERT HANSEN


Story Coming Soon BY Corey Jennings.

First off let me start by saying, during my time there it has been the utmost honor to be involved with such an Iconic company in the Horror Genre and it will always be something I’m very proud of. I’m not going to get into to the gritty details about it, I’m just gonna give you my own view of how things went down.  The Former owner gave us 100% freedom with FANGORIA and never turned down an idea we had. I’ve seen April Bedan do some amazing things and has gone out of her way for FANGO, at a time when the company wasn’t at it’s greatest and try her best to overcome some challenges with the least amount of resources.
Some people used it for their own selfish needs, and then shit all over it when it was in some rough situation. It’s funny how now, a new owner is there, and all these people who helped stomp it down to nothing have returned like nothing ever happened. Their true colors were exposed, and they never really gave a damn about FANGORIA unless it was benefiting them. My Point is, that’s who’s running it now, and that’s the kind of people who are behind the scenes. Myself & April really Loved the company, Huge Thanks to Tom, who was the former owner. from the time we got there and things were running fine, up until it’s very worst, standing on its last legs, He was still open to our idea’s even if it meant there was no money to be made off them. 
Now a new owner is in there, and I guess that’s when it all changed one afternoon. Bottom line as it was said, there’s no need for a music label. Now put in mind all the work we’ve put into it. Promoting FM at horror festivals, and collaborating with various different artists and bands from all different genres to help spread the word via the Horde Mixtapes. It felt like all the work and money invested in Fangoria Musick, was a waste. Social Media Pages were Bult just for FM, I really pushed the label as much as I could on my end, Artwork, Promo, Commercials, Digital Magazine Adds, and everything I pushed on my own website and social media pages. Sending many of my followers to go check out and like the facebook page, Youtube & twitter.
They Deleted all my Music Videos that were hosted on their youtube page without any notice. We even reached out to them and asked very politely if they could keep the video’s up as unlisted, therefore we could still share them and all the views won’t be lost. They totally ignored our request and not only took down my videos but everyone’s video that had anything to to with FANGORIA before the new owner.
It’s was just some scumbag shit to do after being there for so long, you would think they show just a little respect. After all, we were the only ones keeping it afloat other than Rob Feldman former web developer. There’s so much more to this story, but I can only give you it from my standpoint. We worked hard pushing FANGORIA and FANGORIA MUSICK, at least they could of done was say thank you, and keep the door open for future opportunities but that will never happen. I take from this experience and new look on how I now do things as far as music etc. KARDIAC Music Inc. has always been my focus to make it something more than a website. I have many goals I still would like to accomplish with KM Inc. and for now on this will be my 100% main focus when it comes to anything.

Finally, we have reached the point of launching the new website with a lot of new content and updates. At this moment we’re looking to bring in some new minds to further push KM Inc. As of right now, we’re hiring anyone who can book shows & tours. Everybody needs to make something from what they contribute, nothing is for FREE. So, If you think you can manage this position, then let’s work together and make this happen. I don’t care what state you’re from, or who it is I perform with, open or close, open mics and too big and small event’s. Compensation details will be worked out over the phone, as well as details but feel free to Email, or message directly on Facebook. We’re open to anything.


For the first time, KM Inc. has made available online a music video that was saved exclusively for the “In The Peripheral” Package deals released in 2015. The album dropped on Fangoria Musick, and since the fall of the label, we’ve re-uploaded videos that were taken down without any notice. One being “The Cleanser” and the other being our first debuted with FANGORIA “The County Road Cover Up.” I would say the “new owner” doesn’t care too much for independent music/ filmmakers, because it’s not only my work, but other peoples material was taken down. It will never be like it once was, and this is the main reason there is no more Fangoria Musick. Now our main focus is KM Inc. and to continue to push the company even further from where we left off. Trying new ways of getting media out, and we’re open to working with other companies small or large and that’s not just for music.
WHEN EVERYTHING CHANGED, what a great title for such a post.
In 2015 we took a ride out to Mansfield Louisiana and was given total access to a great location. We brainstormed right there on the spot where we wanted to go with this video, from beginning to end. The Concept for the video needed to match the song. (A man’s Blackout turns horrible and unsure if someone slipped him drugs or it was something else, but what he recollects and see’s is terrifying sober or inebriated.) It was the great camera control from April Bedan, that helped pull off the shots we needed to set up the Special Effects that are a big part of the video. First time filming in Louisiana, and possibly not the last time. We hope you enjoy the video for what it is. You will not see it anywhere’s else but here, this is exclusively for KM Inc.