23–year–old Denise Huber went missing in the early hours of June 3rd, 1991, after attending a Morrisey concert. It would take three years and a strange series of events before her family would discover what had happened to her and how she ended up in John Famalaro’s freezer.
Daniel Stani-Reginald had a very traumatic childhood, so much so it turned him into a psychopath and potential serial killer. After years of schooling himself in the art of murder, in 2011 he finally acted out his fantasies. This proved to be deadly for his neighbour, 24 year old Indian student Tosha Thakkar.
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Thanks to Professor Bambi Dudeman Ladypants Jr. the 3rd from Leongatha for supplying this weeks True Crime Nerd Time. It’s a review of TV documentry mini series “Wormwood”.
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