Friday, December 9, 2022

A Christmas Massacre: The Carnation Murders-Day 6-The 12 Nightmares Before Christmas

 The 6Tth day takes us to the small town of Carnation, Washington. On December 24, 2007, 60-year-old Wayne Anderson, a retired engineer from Boeing, and his wife of 31 years, 61-year-old wife, Judy, were anxiously awaiting the arrival of their family to start celebrating the holiday. It was tradition for the Anderson family to get together on Christmas Eve. It was Wayne’s favorite holiday, and they celebrated by opening presents, eating, and enjoying everyone’s company. The couple was expecting their 29-year-old daughter Michele and her partner, Joe, who lived in a trailer on Anderson’s 11 acres. Their 32-year-old son Scott and his wife, Erica, would bring their two small children. In addition, 41-year-old Mary and her son were also planning on coming.  At around 5 pm, the king county sheriff’s office receives a 911 call from Anderson’s home. When the dispatcher picked up the phone, they heard a woman screaming. The call only lasts 10 seconds before the line goes dead. The dispatcher tried to call back twice, but the calls went to voice mail. What happened in the home was vicious and savage, but the biggest shock was who committed this heinous crime. 

Join Jen and Cam on the 5th Annual Our True Crime Podcast’s 12 Nightmares Before Christmas Day 6

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