A reading from America’s historic newspapers during the golden age of yellow journalism
During the last half of the first decade of the twentieth century, the port of Grays Harbor near the city of Aberdeen Washington, was so inundated with dead bodies that the local newspapers called it the invasion of the floater fleet. Numerous investigations did not turn up anything except a few likely suspects and even more mystery. When police arrested the local union agent Billy Gohl for the murder of a pair of sailors, they believed they caught the man behind anywhere from 40 to 200 murders between 1906 and 1910.
Music by Chuck Wiggins
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A audio-drama inspird by America’s historic newspapers, featuring the Past Tense Players.
January 21, 1916
“The Charlie Chaplin Mustache Mystery” tells the tale of a daring rush hour robbery, the cold-blooded murder of a police officer, and the hunt for the killer and his blonde accomplice.
The Past Tense Players are Emily Simer Braun, Suzanne Beckner, Chris Laycock, Tim Spoonster, Rachel Michelle Jones, Sean R. Jones, Benjamin Miller, Barry Price, Steve Colwell and Terrance Huff.
Musical direction by Chuck Wiggins.
Recorded at Cortelyou Studios and the studios at TVHamilton.
Sound effects courtesy freesfx.co.uk and freesound.org.
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