The Unusual Suspect and The Stolen 45kg Gas Bottle Murder - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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41-year-old Gladys Wakabayashi was murdered in her Vancouver home on June 24th, 1992. With no evidence left behind, the case went cold. In 2007, the Provincial Unsolved Homicide Unit used a controversial undercover operation to inspire unlikely murderer, 67-year-old Jean Ann James, to confess.

Adelaide born Michael Kelly had a troubled upbringing that led to a pretty shitty life. But did it justify the hell-fire storm he brought down on Peter Brown and Julie-Anne Trenery-Rogers, after he believed someone had stolen from his dead best friend?

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