JIM, Lindsey, Saint Augustine Community discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
Hello. To get over to failure. Something awful has happened. There are police all around the house. What what is it just get over here is a failure. Okay. What? Oh God, I better get my keys. Hello failure? Gene, you've heard then you'd better get over there. There's a big crowd around a failure at. I don't know what happened, but it must be something bad. Forget it. Just forget it. I'm on my way. Those two calls were from failures neighbors as you're stuck and gene trial. According to Lindsey, he left his home on anesthesia island immediately after the third phone call from Jean from l. suggesting that he had never called his lawyer. Maybe he stopped in at the lawyer's office on the way. It seems like everything in Saint Augustine was centrally located in nineteen seventy four was already after six thirty pm, and Andre was probably already at home. It's more possible that the police had notified him by washing away evidence. They were already seemingly invested in covering Lindsey's tracks if they assume to you the killer. But even then it's a stretch. Well, it sounds to me like Lindsay called his lawyer. Maybe he stopped at a pay phone on the way to marine street. That sounds plausible. After all, we can't pinpoint the exact time that he left his home, stopping to make the call would only have. Eddine back by a few minutes. Hello. It's jinx. Listen. I knew him for Christ's sakes, Jim, it's almost seven o'clock. Something terrible has happened at a failure. I don't know what, but I need you to beat me. In fact, it would be better if you've got there before me. I don't wanna walk into an investigation blind. What. J just man. What did you do. Look, I didn't do it. I don't know what happened, but something happened to her that coming from me. I, it's one twenty four marine street. Just got there. As soon as you can. Jenks. What if you've gotten yourself into. On the night of January twenty third nineteen, seventy four. The sunset, early behind marine street. The walls of Thalia punt sell Lind's lease home were splattered with blood thick in nearly black against the white adobe police stocked around the property disturbing evidence. While investigators reporters civilians climbed over the hedges and descended on the ugly murder scene like flies. There is no moon in the sky that night and the darkness cast by the horrific scene at one twenty four marine street stretched far over the Matanzas river, leaving shadows that wouldn't fade for another fifty years. This is where we leave the town of Saint Augustine tune in next week when we'll be diving into the investigation, the suspects, the trial and the Saint Augustine community itself, which seemed to. Be rooting against a Thalia even in death and the story of another Saint Augustine resident who might have been able to solve the case with new evidence if only she had come forward sooner. Don't tell me. That's right. She too would be found dead in broad daylight with shattered skull. You can find unsolved murders and all of par, cast podcasts on apple podcasts, Stitcher, Google play, cast box tune in and your favorite podcast directory and you comes out every Tuesday. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and on Twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy the podcast, the best way to support us is by leaving a five star review wherever you're listening. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see next time if we live till next time. Unsolved murders, true crime stories was created by max Cutler and developed by Ron Cutler. It is a production of Cutler media and is part of the par cast network. It is produced by Maxon, Ron Cutler sound design by Kenny Hobbs with production assistance by Ron Shapiro. Paul Molitor Maggie ad mar in Carly Madden unsolved murders as written by Lauren Moran and stars Carter ROY and Wendy MacKenzie. The amazing cast of actors includes by alphabetical order. Mike Kaposi, Jerry Courtney Osteen. Sammy ni- Steve Pinto and Dan Velazquez. Don't forget to check out the horrific story of a teenage cheerleader burned alive and whether or not the right person is on trial, you must watch unspeakable crime. The killing of Jessica chambers, Saturday, September fifteenth at seven, six central on oxygen, the new network for crime.