True Crime

Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature by detailing hardcore true crime homicide cases from around the world.

Mother Theresa

May 8, 2020





In Northern California, in 1984, a young woman was found burned alive in the woods of Squaw Valley. Her identity remained a mystery and she was buried as a Jane Doe. A year later and 100 miles away, another young woman was found dead in a box near a campground. Her identity was unknown and she was also buried as Jane Doe. The second Jane Doe's death was attributed to a serial killer, Benjamin Herbert Boyle; however, the circumstances behind the first Jane Doe's murder remained a mystery until 1993. In 1993, a young woman named Terry called America's Most Wanted and provided the answers the investigators needed to identify both Jane Does and prosecute their true murderer, their mother.  To listen to this episode and more CLICK HERE or PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES

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