November 20, 2022
If you’ve ever watched shows like Yellowstone – you know that sometimes out west on a Ranch, there are secrets: secrets never supposed to leave the corral.
This was something a ranch hand would discover firsthand, in Gunnison, Colorado in 2017, after witnessing two other ranchers, uncover something horrific. While digging in the horse corral with a backhoe…they unearthed what appeared to be rib bones…human rib bones – poking out from a dirty white sheet of plastic.
It was at that moment the ranch hand was told: “You know you can’t ever leave now, right?”
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On Monday, April 23, 2018 – a van in downtown Toronto hopped the curb and began driving along the sidewalk.
The driver hit the accelerator, beginning a 7-minute catastrophic attack on innocent pedestrians.
Join us, as we take a look at the case of the Frankston Serial Killer. You’ll hear how three young women became victims of a remorseless murderer who chose his victims at random, striking whenever he felt the urge to kill.
Frank Dosso was supposed to be home from work to celebrate his twin daughters’ 10th birthday. But he never showed up.
He was a victim of would later be described as the worst mass murder in the history of Polk County Florida.
Now, what if I told you that there were two of them?
In the early 1980s, Kari Swenson – a world class biathlete – went out for a training run in Big Sky, Montana.
Along the way she was abducted by two mountain vagrants, a father and son. They told her they needed a woman up in the mountains.
This is the story of Collier Landry – an 11-year-old boy who helped police solve his mother’s murder on New Year’s Eve 1989.
And how he took the stand at trial to put his own father behind bars.
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