Note: This program contains language and racial stereotyping themes that may be offensive to some listeners.
Now, the third program in the previously lost and uncirculated early 1930s syndicated series, "The Police Reporter" that we'll be running through over the next few months.
The true crime case in program 3 is the so-called "Georgia Slave Murders" that occurred in 1921 in Atlanta. A man keeps and abuses Black men as slaves in a compound and kills all them when word gets out to the police. This disturbing case was the subject of a 1999 book, "Lay This Body Down: The 1921 Murders of Eleven Plantation Slaves" by Gregory A. Freeman. You can also read a summary of the real case on this forum post.
The show was transferred from an original Radio Release, Ltd. shellac transcription pressed by Allied Recording in Hollywood, matrix number A-1081.
Next week: a case of murder from Paris.