Sunday, December 12, 2021

147. The Trunk Murders: Winnie Judd

 It was October 16, 1931, when Winnie Ruth Judd bought a train ticket, boarded the vessel with the two traveling trunks, and made her way to Los Angeles. En route, the trunks began to leak and emit a horrible smell. Police greeted Judd at the Los Angeles station and asked her to open the trunks. Winnie was afraid and mortified on the inside, but her outward demeanor was coy and stand-offish. When asked to smell the trunks, she leaned in and claimed that she couldn't smell anything at all. The baggage attendants pushed her to open the trunks. Claiming that her husband had the keys, she fled the scene. What would occur next would leave many asking what happened and who was responsible?

Join Jen and Cam as we discuss this listener submission entitled “The Trunk Murders: Winnie Judd” A giant thank you to long-time listener and friend, Chrissy with a K. She wrote and researched this episode.

As always our listener discretion warning is by the lovely voiced Edward October from @octoberpodVHS.
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