Help you find me is an app that allows you to save and share an encrypted "If I go missing" file. In situations where someone is missing it can take polices weeks to get access to thinks like banking or credit card and cell phone records, access to emails or social media accounts. With Help You Find Me you can put all of this information in a secure encrypted location and give trusted contacts an encryption password to allow them access to this information in case of an emergency. You choose who has access and how much access they have to your data. Interested? If you click this link and use code WKGC20 you'll get 20% off of your order.Visit Website
This Bakery and Cafe is located in The Colonial Park Mall in Harrisburg, PA. You can find sweet treats based on fandoms (anime, comics, video games etc) with a butler and maid esthetic for classy nerd. You can order a few treats on their website as well as merch.Visit Website
The Magic Clasp is a small covid creation from our Co-Host Brittany Ransom. Yes she's got 3 jobs these days but it's a labor of love making jewelry and selling at summer festivals as well as online. Brittany frequently makes pieces that inspire her and even has a small Serial Killer line of earrings for the fashionable True Crime Fan.Visit Website
Alistair is an exceptional artist and culture creator from xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), S’ólh Téméxw (Sto:lo) and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) nations or what is currently known as Vancouver, Canada.
They are involved in amazing community building groups such as “Bloom Zine Collective” and “YouthCO HIV + Hep-C Society” and have worked on a variety of creative projects including advertisements, games, events, and publications centered in anti-oppression and pleasure activism.
Alistair created both the logo and banner art for When Killers Get Caught and may be doing more merch for us in the future. Click the link if you'd like to join Alistair's very long commission waitlist (it's worth it though).Visit Website