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Bonus Interview: "Texas Monthly" journalist Skip Hollandsworth A Murderous Design

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After the hair, the fibers, the alibis, and the witnesses, one big question still hung over the trial of Charles Albright: why did he cut out their eyes? That would remain unanswered until a year and a half later, when journalist Skip Hollandsworth published his article titled "See No Evil" for the magazine "Texas Monthly." How did he gain such access to Albright? When did an obsession with eyes start to show up? What was in the cryptic letter that Skip received when the article was published? He's here to shine some light on the curious behaviors of Charles Albright.

Read Skip Hollandsworth's article: https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/see-no-evil-3/

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After the hair, the fibers, the alibis, and the witnesses, one big question still hung over the trial of Charles Albright: why did he cut out their eyes? That would remain unanswered until a year and a half later, when journalist Skip Hollandsworth published his article titled "See No Evil" for the magazine "Texas Monthly." How did he gain such access to Albright? When did an obsession with eyes start to show up? What was in the cryptic letter that Skip received when the article was published? He's here to shine some light on the curious behaviors of Charles Albright.

Read Skip Hollandsworth's article: https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/see-no-evil-3/

Be sure to subscribe to the show, and please leave a rating and review if possible. We would love it if you shared it with someone who enjoys fascinating cases of true crime!

34 min

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