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Episode 34: The Stay

Michael Ross was the first person in Connecticut to be sentenced to death since 1960. He claimed that he wanted to die in order to atone for what he had done. One journalist spent twenty years trying to figure out whether or not his remorse was real.

Learn more about Martha Elliot's relationship with Michael Ross in her
book, The Man in the Monster.

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Tracy Redford-Smith
Tracy Redford-Smith • 3 years ago

I am astonished that she gave him 10 years of her life.