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Ohio Mysteries


Apr 27, 2020

In 1952, a Wyandot County farmer taking his trash into the woods near his home came across a gruesome sight: Body parts blasted into the trees. Detectives quickly learned the victim was a small business owner from Maple Heights named Karl Kwinem, a.k.a. Karl Stone. They also had a pretty good working theory about how he died, and who killed him. Proving it, however, was another thing.
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Music: When It's Over, by Drifting Thing.  https://www.facebook.com/DriftingThingOhio
Additional music: Audionautix- The Great Unknown, and The Great Phospher- Daniel Birch