Judge Crater was remembered for several reasons. He was a philanderer of the first order; he had a scrawny neck (14 inches), a head that was too small for his 6 foot body, and taking a taxi ride into oblivion. His disappearance stumped police, psychics and armchair investigators long before Jimmy Hoffa evaporated from this earth in 1975. | Host - M.P. Pellicer | www.MPPellicer.com
Retracing the investigations about two cases from the 1970s. The Main Line Murders involving the killing of Susan Reinert and the disappearance of her children. And the cold cases known as the Canal Murders and The Flat Tire Murders, suspected to be the work of a lone serial killer stalking the south Florida area. | Host/Narrator – Marlene Pardo Pellicer
On a beautiful spring day, in May 1924, two children wandering near Herrenhausen Castle on the banks of the Leine River, made a gruesome discovery. It was a human skull, later determined to belong to a male, age 18 to 20. This discovery proved to be one the of many victims claimed by Fritz Haarmann, dubbed the Butcher of Hanover.
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
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