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 …
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.
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.
Albert Latham came back from the great war in 1918 as a family hero. He saved his marriage with Gertrude Latham in the process, and they moved to a beautiful home in Binghamton, New York. On March 3rd, 1922, all of that had changed. Albert emerged from his home with a bullet wound to his head and hand, saying his wife tried to kill him. She was now dead…
Samuel Jacobson was on his way home just after midnight after spending the evening at the theater with his fiancée. When he got home, he had been shot and was fighting for his life. Soon the papers would be filled with theories about the case, Murder? Suicide? Jilted ex-lover? They covered it all.
We have reached episode 50! I decided to celebrate this milestone with a case that I have been asked over and over to cover. The Oklahoma Girl Scout murders happened in 1977 and is still widely talked about today. On the second day of camp, three young girls are discovered murdered on a trail. This is an unbelievable case that is still open today.
Learn the story of Timothy O’Bryan and his tragic Halloween night in 1974. This is the story that scared parents into checking each and every piece of Halloween candy that their children collected.
Join us for a Forgotten True Crime story that has been lost to time until now. In 1891 Susan Watkins walked into Roanoak, Virginia, looking for her husband, Charles Watkins. He had left her for another woman, and she wanted him back. A few days later, Susan’s body was discovered in a creekbed.
Today as a part of our Halloween series, we tell four original Ghost Prison Stories of varying levels of frightfulness. All of these stories were initially told between 1875 – 1909. You be the judge on what is real or not.
From the book, Celebrated Criminal Cases of America – By Thomas Duke. We learn of the disappearance of the wealthy San Francisco real-estate investor Nicholas Skerritt after making a business deal.