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True Crime tales that are not so … “golden.”
[Bonus] The Tale of Judith Eva Barsi
In 1988, Judith Eva Barsi was one of the most sought after child actors in Hollywood. But behind the scenes, her home life was a nightmare, wrought with violence, emotional, psychological, and physical abuse, culminating in her father wiping out his entire family with one final act of violence that left everyone wondering why.
#82 The Tale of the Pro Poker Player
In March of 2008, Ernest Scherer, Jr. and his wife Charlene were discovered beaten and stabbed to death inside their home in the very exclusive Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton, California. The investigation revealed a number of potential persons of interest, but there was only one individual who police kept coming back to - the victimsâ own son, Ernest the III. With a crime so brutal, nobody who knew the family could believe their own flesh and blood could have been responsible for doing such a thing. With a mountain of circumstantial evidence and virtually no physical evidence to speak of, would detectives be able to uncover the unthinkable truth?
#81 The Tale of a Contract Killing in Bixby Knolls
In the picturesque enclave of Bixby Knolls in Long Beach, California, a shocking broad daylight murder took place. Suburban housewife and mother, Lynn Schockner was attacked right in her own backyard, her neck slashed by an alleged burglar. From the very start, something seemed off about the crime to investigators, and as it turned out, even the victimâs own 14 year old son knew there was more to this that a burglary gone bad. And they werenât wrong. PROMOS from Minds of Madness and Evidence Locker
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