Episode: E147: “The Torso Murders” Pt. 2 - Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run


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E147: “The Torso Murders” Pt. 2 - Mad Butcher of Kingsbury Run

By February of 1937, Kingsbury Run, a railroad slum outside of Cleveland had seen six mutilated corpses scattered across their streets. The community turned to legendary lawman, Eliot Ness to solve the crimes and put a stop to the horrors. But sometimes, even legends fail to make a difference.

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