Episode: E67: “The Smotherer ” - Kathleen Folbigg

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E67: “The Smotherer ” - Kathleen Folbigg
Kathleen Folbigg was born in Australia on June 14, 1967. As a child, she grew up in a foster home and only discovered as a teenager that her birth mother was murdered by her father. We examine the relationship between Kathleen's difficult childhood, her early marriage to Craig Folbigg, and the mysterious deaths of her first three children. Sponsors! Fabletics - Go to Fabletics.com/SERIALKILLERS now to get TWO pairs of their amazing leggings for just $24!

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