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Three women were found naked and decomposed in the same neighborhood in the summer of 2017 in Lumberton, North Carolina. Then two more women vanished. 32 Degrees looks at these cold cases through interviews with the families, friends and neighbors of the victims.

32 Degrees Russ Bowen

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.5, 53 Ratings

Three women were found naked and decomposed in the same neighborhood in the summer of 2017 in Lumberton, North Carolina. Then two more women vanished. 32 Degrees looks at these cold cases through interviews with the families, friends and neighbors of the victims.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

Grace mouse ,

These cases need more attention from law enforcement

How are these women’s deaths not be investigated as possibly linked? Call in NC-CBI, let the people who have extensive experience in investigating if and how these cases are connected. This reminds me so much of what happened to the missing women in New Mexico. The victims sound like they come from vulnerable populations, populations which are sometimes hunting-grounds for killers.

Cewel ,

Great!

Very interesting and reported great, but I just wish the episodes were longer.

Vicpopsicle8 ,

Compelling Content, But Mini Episodes Are Annoying

If you like listening to 13 or 14 min of content... this is for you. I find that as soon as you get into the story, it’s over- then you have to listen to the opening all over again. Perhaps this is because they didn’t have enough to make each episode at least 40 to 60 min like most true crime podcasts. Seems like there should be lots of information out there...

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