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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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!

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.