Episode: E127: “West Point Wanderer” Pt. 2 - Richard Colvin Cox


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E127: “West Point Wanderer” Pt. 2 - Richard Colvin Cox

After a West Point cadet mysteriously vanishes in 1950, the nation poured an enormous amount of resources into finding him. Thawing snow, private eyes, and CIA agents would all uncover clues pointing to the missing man. Was he the victim of foul play by a fellow classmate, or was it due to suspected Cold War counter-espionage gone wrong?

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