Episode: E142: “Scottish Nightingale” Pt. 2 - Janet Smith


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E142: “Scottish Nightingale” Pt. 2 - Janet Smith

On July 26th, 1924, Janet Smith, a housemaid in Vancouver was killed in the basement of her employer's home. The investigation would soon devolve into two separate kidnappings, reactionary political movements, and vigilante justice performed by the Ku Klux Klan. 

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