#75: The Mean Girls Killers (Case of Shanda Sharer)
The 4 teenage girls decided they wanted McDonald's for breakfast after their all-nighter. They carefully reverse parked into the lot so that all the bloody handprints on the back of their trunk would be hidden. They ordered a full breakfast - and one of the girls lifted up the sausage patty and giggled “doesn’t this look like Shanda?” The 12-year-old girl that they kidnapped? The one they tortured in unspeakable ways for the past 8 hours? The one that they just burned alive? Source: “Little Lost Angel” - by Michael Quinlan (I thought I knew this case but then I read this book. One of the best deep dives I’ve read in a while - you’ll be engaged the whole time) Full Source Notes Here: rottenmangopodcast.com
#74: The Party Monster Murder (Case of Michael Alig)
#76: The Baskin Robbins Killer (Unsolved Case of Amy Mihaljevic)
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