The case we will be covering today is a highly controversial one. Those that believe in the subjects innocence and those that believe in their guilt are very steadfast in their beliefs.We want to be clear that we will try to lay out the arguments of both sides. Of course, at the end, we will explain our beliefs and feelings, and, as always, we would love to hear what you think. Our case today brings us back to Rowlett, Texas, a suburb of Dallas in 1996. Someone as killed the family’s two eldest sons and slashed their mother’s throat. Who would want to hurt this family? Was it a intruder, or someone within the family walls
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From the creators of Missing Maura Murray and Crawlspace comes Empty Frames, a new investigative podcast aiming to find answers to one of the biggest mysteries the world has ever seen. In the early morning hours of March 18th, 1990, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts fell victim to the most audacious art heist in modern history. In eighty-one minutes, two thieves dressed as policemen, made off with 13 pieces of artwork; with an estimated value of half a billion dollars. Works by Vermeer, Degas and Rembrandt were stripped from their frames never to be seen by the public again.