45 min

S1 E6: Four Months Too Late Criminal Conduct

    • True Crime

Four months after Michelle O’Connell’s death, St Johns Sheriff, David Shoar, turned the investigation over to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (“FDLE”). What state investigators found changed everything.
And when Eli Washtock was murdered, there were rumors that his son was staying in a separate apartment. Where exactly was his son living? 

Special thanks to:
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Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify

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This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor.

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Four months after Michelle O’Connell’s death, St Johns Sheriff, David Shoar, turned the investigation over to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (“FDLE”). What state investigators found changed everything.
And when Eli Washtock was murdered, there were rumors that his son was staying in a separate apartment. Where exactly was his son living? 

Special thanks to:
Advertisecast, executive producer

Ruby Rose Fox for allowing us to use her song, “Bury the Body,” during our intro. Her music is available anywhere you can purchase music. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review on your podcast platform of choice. Listen on Spotify

Relevant Media Solutions for allowing us to use your recording studio.

This episode was written and produced by Javier Leiva and John Taylor.

Follow us on social media:
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram

Check out our other shows:

Pretend Podcast

Twisted Podcast

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

45 min

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