Join Laura and Sarah as they discuss the most haunting cases to spin out of some of America's most elite corners.
Rerelease: The Jane Britton Murder at Harvard (1st of 2)
A young, beautiful anthropology student was killed in Harvard Square in 1969. Her murder went cold for 50 years. Laura and I had no idea the pathways this case would lead to....Two different serial killers, same apartment building, what are the odds?
UPenn’s Ira Einhorn: The Unicorn’s Secret
In the 1970’s, Ira Einhorn was guru to the counter culture in Philly. He was also keeping a terrible secret...
Yale's William Bradford Bishop, Jr.: The Forty-Four Year Search for a Killer Fugitive
How easy is it just to disappear? After committing an horrific crime in 1976, William Bishop used his experience in intelligence and foreign service to evade justice. He has never been found. Join us this week as we put our ILM spin on the case.
Trial By Fire
On a snowy February night in 2003, a crowd gathered in the Station night club to hear the band Great White. In a catastrophic series of events, the Station became an inferno that would kill a hundred people and injure many more. What ensued was a fifteen year battle for the truth. Join us as we speak to author Scott James and discuss his book, Trial by Fire.
I’ll Take Care of You: The Murder of Bill McLaughlin
Join Laura and Sarah as we interview New York Times bestselling true crime author Caitlin Rother about her book, “I’ll Take Care of You”.
Harvard Medical School’s Bloody Brahmins
It was shortly before Thanksgiving 1849, Dr. George Parkman went out for his routine appointments and errands and never came back. This is the story that rocked Victorian Boston to its core.