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Once Upon A Crime | True Crime

Once Upon a Crime is a true crime podcast that researches the crime, criminals and victims to discover the “why” behind some infamous crimes as well as fascinating lesser known cases. Host, Esther Ludlow presents “the story behind the story” you won’t hear anywhere else. Each month a new true crime topic is covered - kidnappings, mass murders, tragic deaths of musical icons, killer kids and deadly duos and more.
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Welcome to Once Upon a Crime!

THE podcast for the true crime addict.

Join me for each episode as I dive in to some of the most fascinating true crime cases told one chapter at a time.

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Oct 2, 2017

In our last chapter of "With Friends Like These" four young people are gunned down in Clear Lake City, Texas. A bullied girl had been taken under their wing - did their kindness cost them their lives?

Marcus Precella, Tiffany Rowell, Adelbert Sanchez and Rachel Koloroutis

Christine Paolilla

Resources:

Book: Never See Them Again by M. William Phelps

 

1 Comments
  • two and a half years ago
    Chris Cameron
    My guess as to Christine's motivation for anger has to do with her sense of loss when her friends began to prepare for graduation and moving on with their lives. Although she may also have been wanting to spend more time with her boyfriend, I suspect that their natural interest in their own futures felt like a betrayal to the girl who'd already experienced such traumatic loss, and would be forced to fend for herself once again through her final year of high school. Perhaps the pain was strong enough to trigger a) dependence upon a questionable boyfriend, b) escalated conflict with her parents, and c) eventual murderous rage toward her estranged friends when she saw that they were doing so well for themselves.
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