Six true crime mysteries from Florida's history. Host - M.P. Pellicer
Keven is a professor and author of over two dozen books dealing with biography, history, folklore, ghostlore, natural disasters, and historical true crime. His latest books are titled, "Murderous Acts: 100 Years of Crime in the Midwest" and "Murder in Old Kentucky: True Crime Stories from the Bluegrass". | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
Exploring the cases of U.S. Marshall Deputy Adam Oberlin who waged war on Miami bootleggers, and the Packwood murder mystery in Oak Hill, Florida at the turn of the century. | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
There is a notorious 450-mile highway that stretches across Canada, where women and girls have disappeared and sometimes found murdered since 1969. Many of these crimes remain unsolved. Thus it is known as the Highway of Tears. | Host/Narrator – 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.
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