Seven Feet Deep – Part One

In April of 1922, in a small corner of the Bronx in New York. There were curious questions about what might have happened to Mrs. Jennie Becker. A hardworking stay-at-home mother of four who fiercely loved her children. On April 6th, she and her husband, Abraham Becker, had attended a party together. On April 7th, Abraham was telling friends and family that Jennie had left with another man. She left her husband, kids, and life for a mystery man. She was never seen alive again. Was this a love triangle gone wrong, or is there something more sinister about? Let’s go over the case.

The Unsolved Murder of Kate Teal

Kate Teal spent the better part of her last dar drinking with a friend of hers. The next day, she was found dead. The Murder weapon was a 12-inch bladed knife used to kill animals. Now police are struggling to solve what seems to be the perfect crime.

The Intruder – The Muder of Albert Snyder

When: Sunday, March 20th 1927 Who:  Henry Judd Gray: Suspect Ruth Snider: Victims Wife Albert Snyder: Victim Lorraine Snyder: Daughter, 9 years old.  George Vincent McLaughlin: New York City Police Commissioner More information about the case https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Snyder https://www.americanheritage.com/she-had-die#1 https://law.jrank.org/pages/2883/Ruth-Snyder-Judd-Gray-Trial-1927.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Vincent_McLaughlin Hello everyone, and welcome to Forgotten True Crime by Okie Investigations, the True Crime Podcast …

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Forbidden Love (Part Two)

College is supposed to be a safe place for students. This was no different in 1929 at the Ohio State University Campus. Theora K Hix, a 25-year-old student at the University was found dead at a local Rifle Range. The Main Suspects were faculty at the University, Professor James H Snook, and researcher Marion T Meyers.

Forbidden Love (Part One)

College is supposed to be a safe place for students. This was no different in 1929 at the Ohio State University Campus. Theora K Hix, a 25-year-old student at the University was found dead at a local Rifle Range. The Main Suspects were faculty at the University, Professor James H Snook, and researcher Marion T Meyers.

Silent Night, Deadly Night – Part 3

We continue our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This multi-part episode is about the mysterious death of Elizabeth Ford Griffith. A 17-year-old girl caught up in a love triangle with her boss Dr. Christopher C. Schott and boyfriend Captain George Jordan. She was found, dead on the floor at her work. At first glance, it looked like a suicide, but upon further investigation, it appeared that something happened to this beautiful girl.

Silent Night, Deadly Night – Part 2

We continue our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This multi-part episode is about the mysterious death of Elizabeth Ford Griffith. A 17-year-old girl caught up in a love triangle with her boss Dr. Christopher C. Schott and boyfriend Captain George Jordan. She was found, dead on the floor at her work. At first glance, it looked like a suicide, but upon further investigation, it appeared that something happened to this beautiful girl.

Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 1

We continue our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This multi-part episode is about the mysterious death of Elizabeth Ford Griffith. A 17-year-old girl caught up in a love triangle with her boss Dr. Christopher C. Schott and boyfriend Captain George Jordan. She was found, dead on the floor at her work. At first glance, it looked like a suicide, but upon further investigation, it appeared that something happened to this beautiful girl.

The Accidental Murder

The 12 days of Murder series continues with this short story, “The Accidental Murder.” The On Christmas Eve, 1892, Will Buckalew had been drinking too much and eventually got into a fight with his brother. Boy Varnum stepped in, only to be shot for his troubles.

The Christmas Tree Murder Case

This is the first in our 12 days of Murder series. All Christmas-themed True Crime cases that you probably never heard of. This first case is called the Christmas Tree Murder Case. In Hornell, New York, on December 21st, 1925, Floyd Dennis was out cutting down a Christmas Tree for his family. Floyd didn’t ask the landowner if he could do this, and it started a confrontation that ended with murder!

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