Ep. 26 - The Texarkana Moonlight Murders

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Just after the 2nd world war, in 1946, between the wide open landscape where Texas meets Arkansas - known endearingly to the locals as Texarkana - a spree of grizzly murders took place. This killing spree would wash a creeping sense of dread across the rural expanse. To put simply, the actions of one evil and nefarious person drove the lightly populated county into a state of panic. Neighbors no longer trusted each other, children weren’t allowed to explore freely, and for a few weeks they suspected everyone around them to be capable of murder. The killer would never be caught or apprehended. Join us, won't you?

 

Benjamin Potesky