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Ep 101: A Home Invaded

All Crime No Cattle

All Crime No Cattle

History, True Crime

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 28 February 2023

⏱️ 97 minutes

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In March of 1992, a vicious murder in one of Fort Worth’s richest neighborhoods shook the community. Businessman and former banker Jack Koslow, along with his wife, former banker and patron of the arts Caren Koslow, were viciously attacked in their home in the middle of the night. Caren died from her injuries, but thankfully Jack survived. However, strange details at the crime scene led detectives to become suspicious of the lone survivor.

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  2. Cochran, M. (1993, June 3). Tale of blood, money unravels in Koslow case. The Associated Press.
  3. Cochran, M. (1993, August 9). Penalty debate is next. The Associated Press.
  4. Council, J. (1992, March 13). Socialite was beaten to death. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  5. Douglas, Jr, J. (1992, March 17). Caren Koslow buried; Husband visits grave, returns to hospital. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  6. Douglas Jr, J., & Sanders, K. (1992, March 27). Caren Koslow may have died earlier than reported. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  7. Douglas Jr, J. (1992, April 30). Koslow autopsy reveals slashes, 27 “wounds.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
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  10. Korosec, T. (1993, August 3). Koslow testifies about attack, voices. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  11. Korosec, T. (1993, August 6). Attorneys focus on fatal Koslow injury. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  12. Korosec, T. (1994, June 22). Lawyer says fiance acted on Koslow’s idle threats. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  13. Korosec, T. (1994, June 26). Koslow’s boyfriend testifies. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  14. Korosec, T. (1994, June 28). Attorneys mum on strategy. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  15. Korosec, T. (1994, July 1). Jurors reject death sentence. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
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  19. Sanders, K., & Douglas Jr, J. (1992, March 26). Murder for hire. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  20. Shlachter, B. (1992, March 26). Kristi Koslow’s acquaintances recall her as troubled, unhappy at home. Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
  21. Stepdaughter accused in murder of socialite left nothing in will. (1992, August 19). AP News. https://apnews.com/article/3c54e68b4505485ea080e8073d864786
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Well hey there everybody, welcome back to another episode of All Crime No Cattle, a Texas


True Crime podcast.


I am Shay.


And I'm Aaron.


And we're here to deliver you some more true crime content, but at the top of the show,


we have a special announcement.


And it's something that Aaron and I have been wanting to get to you guys, and I know


it's been a while since you heard from us, but we had a few things that we wanted to let


you know that's going on.


Hey everyone, yeah, it has been a while.


Unfortunately, we were unable to put out episodes for quite a few months.


As you all know, this podcast is just the two of us, and we both have lives and careers


outside of it.


And it's just been very hard to maintain really any kind of schedule, no matter how hard


we've tried to make it work.


But we've had lots of time over this break to kind of think and discuss.


And we have decided to officially shut down the podcast.


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