Society & Culture
Episode 118 - The Strange Murder in Room 1046
When one thinks about murder mysteries, Agatha Christie or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle will come to many people’s minds. With these writers you always get a great whodunnit, and the crime is always solved in the end. Many times; the guilty party either gives an impressive monologue about why they did their evil crime, or their life ends in an interesting or dramatic fashion.
But in real life, there are some murder cases that are strange, bloody, and unsolved to this day.
Welcome to Episode 118 - The Strange Murder in Room 1046.
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