Sunday Magazine #13

A Collection of True Crime Short Stories–

The Man Who Owned Manhattan

The story of a determined private detective who sets out to crack one of the classic con games and match wits with a man with “an educated laugh.”

Love & Money

Two Motives. A tale of the 1870s about a blackmail case evolving into murder.

Mr. Bravo’s Burgundy

From our favorite Pioneer of True Crime, the inimitable Edmund Pearson, comes the scandalous tale of a widow, her doctor, her bosom companion, and her beleaguered second husband.

Theme Music by Dave Sams
La Reine de la Mer by John Philip Sousa, performed by the United States Marine Band, and Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2, S. 244/2, by Franz Liszt, performed by the United States Navy Band, www.musopen.org.
Media management by Sean R. Jones
Production assistance by Emily Simer Braun

Sunday Magazine #12

A Collection of True Crime Short Stories–

Sentenced To Die

When a large blond man, claiming to be a good samaritan, brings a badly beaten fellow into the hospital, it sparks an intricate game of cat and mouse that crosses several states and one international border.

No Judge Or Jury

The Case of the Missing Family. When the Haven family moved west for the mother’s health, they seemed to have left their farm in good hands. But where, exactly, did they go?

The Kahuna Murder Suicide Note

This story revolves around the translation of a suicide note that is both touching and hair-raising. Kahuna, by the way, is Hawaiian folk spiritualism, more or less comparable to a witch doctor or voodoo.

“Surf Shimmy” by Kevin MacLeod, Creative Commons
“Aloha Oe,” traditional Hawaiian Tune, performed by Barbara Browning, Creative Commons.
Theme Music by Dave Sams
Media management by Sean R. Jones
Production assistance by Emily Simer Braun