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Nov. 14, 2022

Episode 27: A Murder in Minnesota

Episode 27: A Murder in Minnesota

It's 1993, and the body of a sex worker is found. The victim had been stabbed 65 times in a Minneapolis apartment. Detectives try their best, but the case goes cold. But in 2018, police learn that a suspect may have loaded their DNA to a private genealogy company. Could this be the break police need? And could the killer unknowingly place the spotlight on himself? Join Olivia Corn and John Conner and they dive deep into the dark to discuss the murder of Jeanne Ann Childs. Will this case be enough to make you...check the locks?

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