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My Favorite Murder Presents: The Fall Line - Season 9 - Episode 1

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

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🗓️ 24 June 2020

⏱️ 42 minutes

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My Favorite Murder presents the first episode of The Fall Line’s ninth season. This season, they investigates the cases of a missing teenager, LeRyan Nicholson, and an unidentified homicide victim, both set against one of the worst tornadoes that Nashville, TN has ever seen.

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We wanted to take a moment to share some of the important work that the Fallline podcast is doing


to cover overlooked cold cases within marginalized communities in the southeast.


Their latest season highlights the cases of missing teenager Laryne and Nicholson,


and an unidentified homicide victim both set against one of the worst tornadoes that Nashville's


Hennessy has ever seen. So keep listening to hear their story beginning with Episode 1,


an unidentified man, and then please go to the Fallline feed and you can hear Episode 2,


Son of Nashville, that's out right now. And then please go to the Falllinepodcast.com


and follow the show at Falllinepodcast on Twitter and Instagram and subscribe to the Fallline


on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen. We here at exactly right are so proud to have


the show on our roster. So please check it out. Thanks so much. This is the first episode in a three-part


series. It discusses crime scenes, graphic injury, autopsy, and violence. Listener discretion is advised.


This is the Fallline.


From the archives of the United States National Weather Service, the following is directly excerpted


from reports of the 1998 Nashville tornado. Quote,


Many of these tornadoes were strong or violent and tracked long distances,


killing four people and injuring nearly 100 people while causing hundreds of millions of


dollars in damage. The most infamous tornado during the outbreak struck downtown Nashville,


blowing out numerous windows and skyscrapers and causing the collapse of some older buildings.


This tornado outbreak was unusual in several respects. The event lasted nearly the entire day


with the first round of severe weather, beginning very early, around 4 a.m. central standard time,


and the second and more significant round of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes occurring during


the afternoon and evening. The tornado went through downtown Nashville at 3.40 p.m.,


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