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.

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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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.

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.

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.

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.