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Ep 69: The Seal of Confession, Part II

All Crime No Cattle

All Crime No Cattle

History, True Crime

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 6 March 2020

⏱️ 71 minutes

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In the second part of our coverage about the 1960 murder of Irene Garza, we rejoin the investigation as it begins to heat up again in the early 2000s. Listen as we describe how modern law enforcement officers, journalists, and Irene's family and friends kept her memory alive for decades until the case was finally, at long last, prosecuted.

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Well, hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of All Crime No Cattle.


Today we are wrapping up our two-part series with a conclusion to the Seal of Confession.


And I for one cannot wait to hear the rest of this story.


Last week's episode was really amazing and I've been waiting all week to hear the end


of this tale.


I of course am your trusty co-host, Shay Ryan and with me as always is your Texas True


Crime Baroness and your favorite bone lady, Say Hi to Erin.




Well, welcome back Erin.


What do you got for us this week?


Well as you said, this is the second part of this two-part series so if you haven't listened


to part one yet you will want to be sure to listen to that episode first.


And before we begin let's have a little recap of what we learned in part one.


At the southern tip of Texas in a town called McCallan, a woman named Irene Garza was


found murdered, her body dumped into an irrigation canal.


She had last been seen at Sacred Heart Catholic Church to give confession on Holy Saturday


the day before Easter on April 16th, 1960.


The last known person to see her alive was father John Fight, a visiting priest who was


living in a pastoral house in the nearby town of San Juan.


Fight also admitted to owning a slide viewer that was found in the canal near where Irene's


body was found.


After pleading no contest to assaulting a woman in an attack that had many similarities


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