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Like a real-life Phantom of the Opera, Southern California local theater actor Daniel Wozniak lured his victims, Sam Herr and Julie Kibuishi, in the attic of a theatre, where he would kill and dismember them before performing on stage the very same night. As of now, Wozniak alone sits on San Quentin's death row. But is there room for more? Is Rachel Buffett, a former Disney Princess and Dan's ex fiancee, an accomplice in the murderous scheme? Simultaneous to the launch of SLEUTH, today began Rachel's trial for accessory after the fact . Will justice prevail or will she completely walk free from her role in the crimes. Should she have been charged with murder? Investigative journalist and host of Sleuth Linda Sawyer, follows this story till it's ultimate conclusion, so that the victim's families finally learn the whole picture of what happened to their loved ones.

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Like a real-life Phantom of the Opera, Southern California local theater actor Daniel Wozniak lured his victims, Sam Herr and Julie Kibuishi, in the attic of a theatre, where he would kill and dismember them before performing on stage the very same night. As of now, Wozniak alone sits on San Quentin's death row. But is there room for more? Is Rachel Buffett, a former Disney Princess and Dan's ex fiancee, an accomplice in the murderous scheme? Simultaneous to the launch of SLEUTH, today began Rachel's trial for accessory after the fact . Will justice prevail or will she completely walk free from her role in the crimes. Should she have been charged with murder? Investigative journalist and host of Sleuth Linda Sawyer, follows this story till it's ultimate conclusion, so that the victim's families finally learn the whole picture of what happened to their loved ones.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
958 Ratings

958 Ratings

Jahahavanxiusb ,

Highly subjective, biased and gossipy

I wouldn’t call this journalism by any means. The interviewer is highly subjective, biased and often gossipy. It is a fascinating and tragic case and this podcast does do a good job of getting inside info on the people involved.

jencovi ,

Gets Old Fast

This woman has some sort of obsession with Rachel and the longer I listened the more irritating it became. She uses the same anecdote about Rachel on Dr. Phil with multiple people in different episodes/interviews. It adds nothing to the interviews but she just NEEDS to talk about it again.

She’s not a good interviewer. She asks redundant questions and then lets people go on and on about things that aren’t important, aren’t interesting or aren’t anything new because we heard about it four interviews ago.

Don’t bother with this one. After 11 episodes I’m tired enough of this terrible podcast that I’m deleting it.

Tracey Hawthorne ,

Repetition is boring

Lots of repetition and the Christianity digs were asinine.

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