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Was Donna Richmond's murder the end of a string of burglaries and homicides in small-town California? Was the wrong person convicted? This podcast provides new information and insight into Donna's case. We also detail a string of ransacking burglaries, the murder of another young teen, and the shooting of a father protecting his daughter as she was being kidnapped. The police came close to catching the ransacker, but he shot his way out. Were all of these crimes committed by the same person? Did he change jurisdiction to avoid detection? Was he also the Golden State Killer? Stay with us through the last episode to tie it all together.

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Trying to give it a little more time...

I don’t know why so many true crime podcasts do the volley narrative, where one person says a few lines and then the other person does. I find it very distracting. Especially as one voice is sharp and the other quieter. It is also hard to take seriously when the female narrator says, “samwich” instead of sandwich (I admit, it’s a personal pet peeve) and you hear the paper of their scripts rustling. She also appears to be needing to clear her throat at times and I found myself wanting to cough and give her a lozenge. Narration needs to be more neutral so that you focus on what’s being said rather than the person saying it. And the acting out of the scene instead of objective reporting is not my cup of tea, but if you like that sort of thing, you may find this interesting.

Best source for Ear/Vr crimes

Anyone who is really interested in DeAngelo’s early crimes, as well as the true facts behind the Visalia Ransacker (ER, EAR, ONS, etc) crimes should love this.

Anyone who just wants to come up with their own theories or troll the Reddit/Pro boards, don’t waste your time. The information in this podcast is about as “no nonsense” and straight to the point as it could be.

If you enjoy it, spread the word and give this podcast a 5 star rating so more people can learn about the true facts in this case, not just what the media does or does not tell us.

Simply the best

The best podcast and possibly the best investigation into the VR, EAR, ONS, and GSK that exists. It’s not the best produced, with poor audio recordings at times, but in terms of actual information and evidence, no one else comes close.

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