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MFM Minisode 160

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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🗓️ 3 February 2020

⏱️ 17 minutes

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This week’s hometowns include murder and a touching ghost story.

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Hello and welcome to my favorite murder. This is the mini-sode. It's an early morning mini-sode.


It's a, this is a short version. We're totally, we read you your ship back. You guys send us great stuff.


So many good stories. Everyone's got a story. She never forget. To Lily for picking, she's our picker now


and she's great. This night, this batch was nice. Yeah. We had lots to choose from. Yeah, so Lily's


the person to harass online if you want to pick her home town. Sorry, Lily. I won't say her last name


so that you know, you can't find her. She gets swarmed and swatted. Come on, guys. You


use your power for good. Okay, it just starts. My Catholic middle school English teacher was a


lovely, very young woman who was getting married to her best friend of nine years. I remember her


including the girls from our class of 13 in her wedding planning, a nurse gathering around for


desk to look at wedding magazines and pick out her dress. It's gonna end badly. Right. In the


spring of 2002 after her wedding, she very suddenly disappeared from school. The teachers were


tight-lipped about it and we went on with our lives because we were middle schoolers with short


attention spans. Over the next months, we pieced together the details of the story. Her husband


had woken up early that morning, started massaging my teachers back and then slid her throat.


He continued to stab some other introker for five hours until authorities were alerted that


she never came to our school that morning. They found her bleeding in the hallway with her husband


leaning over her face and hands covered in blood. There was a long trial during which he pledged


insanity claiming he was sleepwalking and had no recollection of the event. Another sleepwalking


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