On a cold December day in 1909, eight year old Alma Kellner walked from her parents home in Louisville, Kentucky to St. John’s Church just five blocks away. She promised her mother she would return home after mass butAlma never returned. The circumstances surrounding her disappearance remain shrouded in mystery Listen to episode 120 FOLLOW… Continue reading Episode 120 The Disappearance of Alma Kellner
In November of 2012, the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles pardoned three men. Haywood Patterson, Charlie Weems, and Andy Wright. The three black men had been wrongly convicted of assaulting two white women in 1931. They were the last of nine young men associated with the case to have their convictions officially cleared from… Continue reading Episode 119 The Scottsboro Boys
On New Year's Eve 1996, Mark Morris discovered the bodies of his parents in their Bastrop, Louisiana home. His nine year old son Ryan had been staying with them and he was missing. Who took Ryan and why did someone murder his grandparents?
The 1965 disappearance of Mary Little remains one of Georgia’s most mysterious missing person cases. On October 14, 1965 Mary spent the day working, socializing with friends and shopping. Mary Little never made it home.
It’s been 90 years since Mamie Thurman was brutally murdered in Logan County, West Virginia. While investigating the murder of the wife of a local police man, authorities learned Mamie had been leading a double life.