In this episode of The Stones Unturned Podcast, author Susan Kelly reveals that there were actually several "Boston Stranglers" in the early 1960s, and none of them were Albert DeSalvo.

You can read all about this fascinating discovery in Ms Kelly's book:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EF51J4W

On this episode, we are joined by reader/listener Evan from Texas to discuss some details, and some new developments in the Zodiac Killer Hoax!

According to the actual police department files from the original murder cases, there never was any "Zodiac Killer," only some phony letters to the SF Chronicle claiming credit for some otherwise unrelated murders. This blatant hoax was later exploited for profit in a book full of lies by Robert Graysmith (real name: Robert Smith, Jr).

Graysmith's book is debunked here:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1986Book

If you'd like to know who REALLY wrote the Zodiac Killer letters:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1969-Kindle-2nd-Edition

The footnotes in these books are clickable links that take you to a FREE website where you can read and discuss these documents for yourself.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewPJ1wAs3_4

@ZodiacHoax

www.thestonesunturned.com

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-stones-unturned-podcast/id1330292963

The Council for National Policy—Hillary Clinton once accused them of being “this vast, right-wing conspiracy!” But, are they? The CNP have been recently been alleged to be a pillar of the so-called “Deep State.” But, are they? The current membership of the CNP likes to describe themselves as “the conservative answer to the globalist conspiracy known as the Council on Foreign Relations.” But, are they?

Just who are the Council for National Policy? What are they? The Stones Unturned Podcast team takes our first look at this secretive group of wealthy Republican donors and their Christian Conservative brethren. Joining us in this episode is listener and independent journalist John Haskins. Stay plugged into the Stones Unturned Podcast, and learn what we learn!

Is the Keddie Cabin 28 Murders Case Really "Solved?"

On the morning of Sunday, April 12, 1981, Plumas County, California sheriff’s deputies were called to Cabin 28 of the low-income village known as the Keddie “resort.” In the bloodied living room of the cabin, they discovered the dead bodies of Glenna Sue Sharp, her 15-year-old son Johnny Sharp, and Johnny’s 17-year-old friend, Dana Wingate. Deputies were told that 10-year-old Ricky Sharp, 5-year-old Greg Sharp, and 12-year-old neighbor boy Justin Eason Smartt, had slept through the night in a bedroom adjacent to the living room. Sue Sharp’s pretty, learning-challenged 12-year-old daughter Tina was reported missing by her 14-year-old sister Sheila, who told deputies she had spent the night in the Seabolt family cabin next door. Plumas County Sheriff Doug Thomas immediately requested help from the California Department of Justice, who instantly dispatched two crime scene evidence experts and two of their most experienced detectives. Tina’s remains were discovered in a remote location three years later. The case was never solved.

In 2004, amateur documentary filmmaker Josh Hancock made a documentary about the cold case, in which he claimed that a neighbor of the Sharp’s, Vietnam veteran and step-father of Justin, Martin Smartt, and a con artist associate of his, Severin John “Bo” Boubede, had been known to have committed the crime—and that Plumas County officers, and California DOJ detectives had all conspired to swiftly protect Boubede, and by extension, Smartt, from arrest and prosecution, because Boubede supposedly was a “made man” in Sam Giancana’s Mafia. Several Plumas County officials and other “documentary” producers have perpetuated this ridiculous claim right through to this day.

In this episode, featuring listeners Kim and Kathy, The Stones Unturned Podcast continues to re-examine the entire case as it unfolded in 1981. Tonight, we take a close look at the “case” against “suspects” Martin Smartt and Severin John “Bo” Boubede, then we look at two other pairs of even better suspects. Keep plugging in to The Stones Unturned Podcast, and learn what we’ve learned!

To see and discuss crime scene photos, police reports, and other vital documents from the Cabin 28 Murders, visit http://zodiackillerhoax1986.freeforums.net/

On the morning of Sunday, April 12, 1981, Plumas County, California sheriff’s deputies were called to Cabin 28 of the low-income village known as the Keddie “resort.” In the bloodied living room of the cabin, they discovered the dead bodies of Glenna Sue Sharp, her 15-year-old son Johnny Sharp, and Johnny’s 17-year-old friend, Dana Wingate. Deputies were told that 10-year-old Ricky Sharp, 5-year-old Greg Sharp, and 12-year-old neighbor boy Justin Eason Smartt, had slept through the night in a bedroom adjacent to the living room. Sue Sharp’s pretty, learning-challenged 12-year-old daughter Tina was reported missing by her 14-year-old sister Sheila, who told deputies she had spent the night in the Seabolt family cabin next door. Plumas County Sheriff Doug Thomas immediately requested help from the California Department of Justice, who instantly dispatched two crime scene evidence experts and two of their most experienced detectives. Tina’s remains were discovered in a remote location three years later. The case was never solved.

 

In 2004, amateur documentary filmmaker Josh Hancock made a documentary about the cold case, in which he claimed that a neighbor of the Sharp’s, Vietnam veteran and step-father of Justin, Martin Smartt, and a con artist associate of his, Severin John “Bo” Boubede, had been known to have committed the crime—and that Plumas County officers, and California DOJ detectives had all conspired to swiftly protect Boubede, and by extension, Smartt, from arrest and prosecution, because Boubede supposedly was a “made man” in Sam Giancana’s Mafia. Several Plumas County officials and other “documentary” producers have perpetuated this ridiculous claim right through to this day.

 

In this episode, featuring listeners Kim and Kathy, The Stones Unturned Podcast continues to re-examine the entire case as it unfolded in 1981. Tonight, we take a close look at the controversial police interviews of “suspects” Martin Smartt and Severin John “Bo” Boubede, and statements made by witnesses Sheila Sharp and Justin Eason. Keep plugging in to The Stones Unturned Podcast, and learn what we’ve learned!

To see and discuss crime scene photos, police reports, and other vital documents from the Cabin 28 Murders, visit http://zodiackillerhoax1986.freeforums.net/

 

On the morning of Sunday, April 12, 1981, Plumas County, California sheriff’s deputies were called to Cabin 28 of the low-income village known as the Keddie “resort.” In the bloodied living room of the cabin, they discovered the dead bodies of Glenna Sue Sharp, her 15-year-old son Johnny Sharp, and Johnny’s 17-year-old friend, Dana Wingate. Deputies were told that 10-year-old Ricky Sharp, 5-year-old Greg Sharp, and 12-year-old neighbor boy Justin Eason Smartt, had slept through the night in a bedroom adjacent to the living room. Sue Sharp’s pretty, learning-challenged 12-year-old daughter Tina was reported missing by her 14-year-old sister Sheila, who told deputies she had spent the night in the Seabolt family cabin next door. Plumas County Sheriff Doug Thomas immediately requested help from the California Department of Justice, who instantly dispatched two crime scene evidence experts and two of their most experienced detectives. Tina’s remains were discovered in a remote location three years later. The case was never solved.

In 2004, amateur documentary filmmaker Josh Hancock made a documentary about the cold case, in which he claimed that a neighbor of the Sharp’s, Vietnam veteran and step-father of Justin, Martin Smartt, and a con artist associate of his, Severin John “Bo” Boubede, had been known to have committed the crime—and that Plumas County officers, and California DOJ detectives had all conspired to swiftly protect Boubede, and by extension, Smartt, from arrest and prosecution, because Boubede supposedly was a “made man” in Sam Giancana’s Mafia. Several Plumas County officials and other “documentary” producers have perpetuated this ridiculous claim right through to this day.

In this episode, featuring listeners Kim and Kathy, The Stones Unturned Podcast continues to re-examine the entire case as it unfolded in 1981. Tonight, we take a close look at the crime scene, the physical evidence, and the autopsy reports on victims Sue Sharp, Johnny Sharp, and Dana Wingate. Keep plugging in to The Stones Unturned Podcast, and learn what we’ve learned!

To see and discuss crime scene photos, police reports, and other vital documents from the Cabin 28 Murders, visit http://zodiackillerhoax1986.freeforums.net/

 

On the morning of Sunday, April 12, 1981, Plumas County, California sheriff’s deputies were called to Cabin 28 of the low-income village known as the Keddie “resort.” In the bloodied living room of the cabin, they discovered the dead bodies of Glenna Sue Sharp, her 15-year-old son Johnny Sharp, and Johnny’s 17-year-old friend, Dana Wingate. Deputies were told that 10-year-old Ricky Sharp, 5-year-old Greg Sharp, and 12-year-old neighbor boy Justin Eason Smartt, had slept through the night in a bedroom adjacent to the living room. Sue Sharp’s pretty, learning-challenged 12-year-old daughter Tina was reported missing by her 14-year-old sister Sheila, who told deputies she had spent the night in the Seabolt family cabin next door. Plumas County Sheriff Doug Thomas immediately requested help from the California Department of Justice, who instantly dispatched two crime scene evidence experts and two of their most experienced detectives. Tina’s remains were discovered in a remote location three years later. The case was never solved.

In 2004, amateur documentary filmmaker Josh Hancock made a documentary about the cold case, in which he claimed that a neighbor of the Sharp’s, Vietnam veteran and step-father of Justin, Martin Smartt, and a con artist associate of his, Severin John “Bo” Boubede, had been known to have committed the crime—and that Plumas County officers, and California DOJ detectives had all conspired to swiftly protect Boubede, and by extension, Smartt, from arrest and prosecution, because Boubede supposedly was a “made man” in Sam Giancana’s Mafia. Several Plumas County officials and other “documentary” producers have perpetuated this ridiculous claim right through to this day.

In this episode, featuring listeners Kim and Kathy, The Stones Unturned Podcast begins to debunk this all-too-convenient frame around two dead men, and to re-examine the entire case as it unfolded in 1981. Will the case finally be cracked? Keep plugging in to The Stones Unturned Podcast, and learn what we’ve learned!

To see and discuss crime scene photos, police reports, and other vital documents from the Cabin 28 Murders, visit http://zodiackillerhoax1986.freeforums.net/

 

Hello, everyone, and Happy New Year! Stay plugged in to The Stones Unturned Podcast for the best investigative reporting on True Crime, Cold Case, Conspiracy, Mysteries and Scandals, and Political Coverups! Visit www.thestonesunturned.com to shop for Stones Unturned apparel, gifts, and books, and to subscribe to us on Patreon.

Episode 1 Description: Our first episode introduces The Great Zodiac Killer Hoax of 1986!

According to the actual police department files from the original murder cases, there never was any "Zodiac Killer," only some phony letters to the SF Chronicle claiming credit for some otherwise unrelated murders. This blatant hoax was later exploited for profit in a book full of lies by Robert Graysmith (real name: Robert Smith, Jr).

Graysmith's book is debunked here:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1986Book

If you'd like to know who REALLY wrote the Zodiac Killer letters:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1969-Kindle-2nd-Edition

The footnotes in these books are clickable links that take you to a FREE website where you can read and discuss these documents for yourself.

Thanks for listening! 

Hello, everyone! This is a brief introduction to The Stones Unturned Podcast, and some "bumpers" for upcoming Season 1 episodes. Episode 1, about the Great Zodiac Killer Hoax, will be published the first week of January, 2018. Thanks for supporting the Stones Unturned Podcast!

Hi, everyone! This is the Theme and Introduction to the Stones Unturned Podcast, hosted by Professor Thomas Henry Horan! The first episode, on Robert Graysmith's Zodiac Killer Hoax, will be published right around January 1, 2018. 

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