In May of 1947, when Ronald Barrie’s cabin caught fire in Severn Falls, Ontario, with newly-married John Kettlewell inside, Ronald pulled him from the quickly burning building to find John with a head wound and drugs in his system. Questions were raised. Especially when John’s 8-day bride was found drowned 150 feet away in only 9 inches of water. Some people believe that the crimes happened because of a “strange accident.” Others think it may have been a planned event. No one knows what really went down, but there are many theories as to why these things might have occurred. Some say they were committed in the name of insane passion while others argue premeditated fraud was behind them all. Listen to this week’s episode and decide for yourself.
In 2012, the quiet small town of Evansdale, Iowa became the site of a gut-wrenching double homicide. In July of that year, cousins Elizabeth Collins (8) and Lyric Cook-Morrisey (10) were out for a summer bike ride but didn’t return home. 5 months later their bodies were found more than 20 miles away from where they were last seen. Now, almost 10 years later, someone has yet to pay for this horrendous crime. Someone somewhere has the answer – but maybe they just don’t know it, yet.