In the Fall of 1993, Carolyn King, a black woman, along with her younger boyfriend, robbed and murdered two different people, in two different American cities, 2300 miles apart from each other. The police were after them, but were always one step behind, as the couple road tripped across the country, committing crimes along the way.
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We thank our supporters (4:33), then we dive into the stats (10:00), the setting (13:00) , the killers early life (25:35) and the timeline (32:51). Then, we get into the investigation & arrest (48:28) followed by “Where are they now?”(1:01:34) and our Takes (1:02:32).
As usual we close out the show with some tips on how not to get murdered (1:08:00) and some shout outs (1:10:30).
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