Four true crime stories excerpted from the book by Marlene Pardo Pellicer, "The Lady in the Blue Kimono". | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
Near the corner of St. Aubin Street and Mack in Detroit is a tract of land where a house once stood. In 1929 a horrific murder was committed under its roof. Not surprisingly there have been reports of a headless man seen wandering where this abode once stood. Could it be the fact that this murder was never solved that causes a tortured soul to be bound to the place it experienced its last horrific moments as a human being? | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
In 1923, Tillie Klimek or Mrs. Bluebeard as she was dubbed by the local Chicago newspapers stood trial for the murder of her third husband, however she was implicated in the poisoning of at least 20 persons. | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
Several murders committed throughout the United States from 1910 to 1916 were ultimately believed
to be the work of one man who wielded an ax to commit horrific crimes. There have been several suspects, but the murders remain unsolved until today. Host/Narrator –
Marlene Pardo Pellicer | #marlenepardopellicer
Keven McQueen is a prolific author of several true crime books many detailing horrific murders that occurred in the good ol’ days which despite the “supposed” morality of the times had quite a dark underbelly. | Host - Marlene Pardo Pellicer
Marlene discusses with Henry, a retired law enforcement officer, the facts around some very disturbing cases starting with the massacre of a family of eleven on Easter 1975, and what went wrong, and also the supernatural angle to some of these terrible events, including how closely many of these cases are using the theory of 6 degrees of separation.