Society & Culture:Philosophy
Episode 57: The Broken Circle, part 3
Jennie Behm's body is found in a cornfield two miles from her house. A coroner's inquest yields no answers. Timothy and Alison visit the cornfield and discuss their final thoughts on the story. A new suspect in Jennie's death comes to light. The Broken Circle closes (for now). In the second part of the show we discuss the 90th anniversary of Nelson Rehymeyer's death in the so-called "Hex Murder" as well as Timothy's new book, Don't Look Behind You.
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Episode 57 notes and links:
The Broken Circle map:
photo of Jennie Behm's funeral:
Sarada is our news reader.
Articles were from: The Scranton Republican, August 4, 1925 and The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 7, 1925.
Timothy’s books: https://www.amazon.com/Timothy-Renner/e/B072X44SD5
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