Three generations of one family are murdered on Christmas Eve, 2007 in Carnation, Washington.
Several resources were used in the research for this episode including:
The State of Washington v. McEnroe and Anderson, Certification for Determination of Probable Cause, Dec 28, 2007.
Natalie Singer, Seattle Times, "Court papers tell of victims' terrifying last moments," Dec 29, 2007.
Steve Miletich, Jennifer Sullivan, Sara Jean Green and Sonia Krishnan, Seattle Times, "Carnation slaying suspects: a history of arguments, paranoia," Dec 28, 2007.
Levi Pulkkinen, Seattle News, "Man admits to Carnation killings in bid to dodge death sentence," www.seattlepi.com, Jan 9, 2014.
An entire family is found murdered in their home in 1971. The patriarch, John List, murdered his wife, mother and children and then disappeared.
In this episode I detail a rare phenomenon - female mass murderers. You'll hear three cases of women who killed several people in a single incident in the U.S., Germany and Kuwait.
Jennifer San Marco killed 7 people in Goleta, California in 2006
The worst case of mass murder in the U.S. at the time occurred on July 18, 1984. The shooter entered a crowded McDonald's restaurant in San Ysidro, California and killed 21 men, women and children before the siege was over.
San Diego police escort McDonald employees out of the restaurant after a shooter killed 21 employees and customers in 77 minutes.
A WWII vet goes on a killing rampage in Camden, New Jersey in 1949.