• Mysterious Murders

  • True Crime Tales of Unsolved Murder Cases and Mysterious Deaths
  • By: Drew Creeden
  • Narrated by: Kathryn Kreger
  • Length: 3 hrs and 9 mins
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The tragedy and injustice of an unsolved murder tends to have a profound effect on true-crime enthusiasts. As a keen true-crime follower, I can’t learn about an unsolved murder and not try to figure out who did it and why. From suspicious deaths to unsolved massacres, the Mysterious Murders anthology covers crimes that provokes the inner detective in all of us.

The cases in this book have gone years, often decades, without a shred of justice for the victims. Stories such as "The Boy in the Box" and the case of the teen girl bludgeoned to death by an unknown assailant will leave you perplexed as to who committed these crimes, and how they got away with it. Some cases expose the depravity of human nature, such as the Keddie Cabin murders, where a family was brutally slain as they slept. Then there are fascinating, stranger than fiction cases, like the tale of Teresita Basa, whose story reads like a movie script.

I’ve researched many cold cases over the years, and from one keen true-crime fan to another, I’ve included ones I feel don’t get as much attention or coverage (like The Zodiac Killer or Jack the Ripper, for example). While some of these cases did hit headlines at the time they happened, it's frustrating to find lack of clues ended up in lack of interest over time.

True crime is never the lightest of listens, but the cases in this audiobook are made all the more heavy due to the victims never being granted justice, nor their families closure. It’s frightening to think that when a crime goes unpunished, it will likely be repeated, a notion that makes the crimes in this anthology all the more chilling.

©2022 Drew Creeden (P)2022 Drew Creeden

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