#104: The Strangler Tree Deaths (Case of Bhatia Family Deaths)
The banyan tree is a terrifyingly beautiful sight. It looks like it's draped in a shredded cloak… with its long roots suspended from the branches - hanging eerily straight towards the ground. That’s the first thing the officer thought of when he walked into the family home. 11 people dead. 10 hanging. Together, perfectly spaced out, 10 family members were suspended from the ceiling like the roots of a banyan tree. Suspended. 3 generations of a family had been wiped out. But why? Full Source Notes: rottenmangopodcast.com
#103: The Nurse Killer From Hell (Case of Richard Speck)
#105: The Ripper of China (Serial Killer Gao Chengyong)
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