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Who Killed Jennifer?
All 4 episodes available now! The Minds of Madness has released an investigative 4-part series, centered on a cold case from nearly 40 years ago.
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In this last chapter of our series, we’ll tie everything together from what you’ve learned about Jennifer Lynn Shirm’s case. You’ll also learn more about Joseph Blea’s crimes and how he became connected to Jennifer.
Andres Shirm spent his entire childhood terrified of a man his family thought was responsible for his mother Jennifer Lynn Shirm’s disappearance. He’d learn that the man he’d been afraid of all those years, hadn’t been his mother’s murderer at all.
In Part 3 of “Who Killed Jennifer” you’ll hear about one man who became tied to two separate cases and possibly linked to one of the most notorious crimes in New Mexico history – The West Mesa Murders.
In 2016, April 16th was the first perfect day of spring in rural Muskegon County Michigan. Dawn Schmidt was among those taking advantage of these glorious conditions. She made a steaming cup of coffee…But then…she heard something strange.
You’ll hear about the perils Jennifer faced, and how at the time of her murder, several serial killers and dangerous individuals, were targeting a particular type of woman in Albuquerque. Leading police on a challenging and complex investigation.
Our homes are more than just physical structures; they’re our sanctuaries, providing a safe refuge from the outside world. But imagine if someone had meticulously written a 250-page manifesto, obsessively determined to breach that sanctuary?
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