The Mensa Murder Mystery - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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When 41-year-old mother of three, Peggy Carr got struck down with a mystery illness in October 1988, doctors didn’t know what to make of it. After test results showed Peggy had been poisoned, suspicion naturally fell on her new husband Pye.

But this case would prove to be far more complicated. The real perpetrator would only be brought to justice after a long, undercover operation that involved infiltrating a Murder Mystery Weekend held by the biggest high IQ society in the world, Mensa.

True Crime Nerd Time: Mikaela from Sweden reviews the book “Thomas Quick: The Making of a Serial Killer” by Hannes Råstam.

Aussie As: A man who made headlines after losing his $40,000 prosthetic leg while jetskiing, attempts to rob a bank in Erina.

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The Mensa Murder Mystery Sources: George Trepal: Evil Genius?, Medium, DeLani R. Bartlette, September 16, 2010. Poison for Dummies, The Malefactor’s Register, Mark Gribbon After 20 Years in Jail, Alturas Poisoning Killer Still Seeking Appeal, The Ledger, Scott Wheeler, March 4, 2011 Florida’s Death Row: The worst of Polk County’s worst, News Chief, Suzie Schottelkotte, May 25, 2019. The Mensa Murder, The Sun Sentinel, Tom Murphy and Jonathan King, March 31, 1996. Poisoning Death Traced to Self-Styled Genius, The Los Angeles Times, James Martinez, February 17, 1991 . Mensa’s George Trepal Was a Clever Plotter of Imaginary Murders, but His ‘Perfect Crime’ Was Fatally Flawed, People, Bill Hewitt, March 11, 1991. Trepal v, Secretary Florida Department of Corrections, Decided June 19, 2012. Murder She Solved: A Poisoned Mind, Season 2, Episode 4. American Justice: Kill Thy Neighbor, Season 7, Episode 16

Aussie As Sources: Toby Bird charged over attempted robbery of Erina Westpac, The Newcastle News, Dan Proudman, January 3rd, 2020. Man appeals for help to find $40,000 prosthetic leg, The Daily Telegraph, Sally Rawsthorne, February 1, 2018

 

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