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"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.
"matanzas river" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
"Lillian had any living family. They did not come forward to press charges and her death became a tragic, but passing memory. By the time limbs, Lee had met a failure in nineteen seventy three. He was ready for another chance at love according to their friends and neighbors. A failure and Lindsey seem to be made for each other. They were seen together often sometimes holding hands and always smiling. Thalia often accompanied Lind's lead to work in the mornings and would be waiting for him at home with a hot dinner in the evenings by all accounts. They seem to be destined for each other. But the lens Lee marriage wasn't as perfect as it appeared. They didn't even live in the same house instead of moving in with their new husband. A failure wanted to stay in her late mother's house until it sold. She was uncomfortable with the idea of leaving it empty. Perhaps she was hoping to deter burglars or a few hostile neighbours. Despite the combined efforts of two real estate agents, four months after their marriage failure and Lindsay were still on able to sell the house. It's worth noting that by the time of her mother's death in April of nineteen Seventy-three. Failure had already sparked a very public feud with their neighbors. The mccormick's and the stanfords we'll talk more about the Stanford family, patriarch, Alan, Stanford junior later affiliate became known for being loud and annoying, and was something of a pariah in the neighborhood saying that she had a bad reputation doesn't quite touch. The hostility directed toward Thalia after her murder. One newspaper ran an article titled, quote, obnoxious victim had no shortage of possible killers. It's a little harsh, don't you think I agree. And that wasn't the only disparaging headline that would be published. Failure was a real firecracker smart as whip, but also fiercely independent in a time when being an independent woman was frowned upon. This was the failure that moved to Saint Augustine, Florida, and she did not fit the demure quiet socialite image that our neighbors had expected given how well known the drama on marine street had become. It's not a big surprise that the Lynn's lease had trouble selling the house. It was also well known that the stanfords at one twenty six marine street in conjunction with the McCormack's who lived at one twenty two marine street had made multiple noise complaints to the city about a Thalia and her many rest. Skewed pets, her dawn's are running around making a racket all hours of day and night. I can hardly sleep, let alone the children. They haven't been spayed. I doubt they've even had rabies vaccines. It's a safety concern. I swear at least a couple of them have mange look, Alan. I can try to fast track the complaint, but that doesn't mean you look, these creatures are danger to my children, and I know that the mccormick's have complained to. I expect that my charges will be treated seriously and that MRs Lindley will be investigated and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. All right, I'll do my best Alan while there were some noise complaints by other residents by all accounts of thalia's dogs were really very sweet and always either fenced or kept in the garage. It turns out that Allen Stanford had been the subject of complaints only a few months before he began making accusations against Thalia for allowing his dog. Two run loose around the neighborhood. He sounds like a real hypocrite true, but I suppose it feels different when it's your own pets. In any case, Thalia later found permanent homes for four of the seven dogs she had at the time of the complaint. In addition to noise complaints, failures neighbors on either side filed civil cases against her and failure often retaliated after one legal argument with mccormick's a failure trimmed, all of the branches off a tree in her backyard that extended over the property line thereby robbing the mccormick's of any shade. It might have provided and leaving them with the eyesore of a half bare tree facing only their yard on another occasion, the stanfords press charges when failures Gardner accidentally motive strip of their lawn, that border failures property. This sounds like a bunch of petty nonsense. The more I hear the Mariah understand why the house at one twenty four marine street just wouldn't sell. So failure. Spent the beginning. Her marriage living out of her mother's house at one twenty four marine street while Linda lived at his own mansion on Anastasia island along the length of Florida's Atlantic coastline, separated from the mainland by the Matanzas river and connected by several bridges. It functions more like an extension of Saint Augustine than a separate landmass. Even though they were separated by the river, a failure and Lindsey lived only a seven minute drive apart and remember Lindley was accustomed to being apart from his spouse. He had spent most of his previous marriage living separately from his wife. So when you think about it, the fact that a failure n James lived apart wasn't all that unusual both for who they were as people and for the situation they were in. It wasn't as if they didn't spend most of their time together. They slept in separate places, but there were other problems in their marriage, which failure detailed in literature, sister, Geraldine Horton, who lived in Honolulu. Dear Geraldine. I'm at my wit's end with Jim lately. I suppose this is just the nature of a new marriage, especially after you've been married twice before it seems we've skipped over the honeymoon phase entirely. I suppose that part is a woman a bit younger than myself. Just the other day I asked him to mail a check from me any took the darn thing and cashed it fifty dollars. Can you believe that he could have just asked? He's such a Leech sometimes a liar, two. He acted like you'd mailed. It is if I couldn't just go to the Bank and check on it myself. Well, I did. And now he's found out they don't call him jinx for nothing. I want you to know that I've left everything I own to you Geraldine and Patricia, of course. I know you're rolling your eyes. Of course, I plan to live another decade at least but know that Jim will not have so much as a penny should something happen to me. Don't misunderstand. I, I do love him dearly, but what use would it be to him? We're both aging. Neither of us have children, and I certainly don't expect that will change. He's well off enough on his own better that anything I leave behind be used to improve Patricia future just to be sure haven't given him a key to mama's house, and I don't plan to in the future. So Lynn's Lee wasn't a beneficiary in failures will or had plenty of wealth in his own, right? Although he apparently wasn't above stealing. They were definitely road bumps and they may have rushed into marriage, but the Lynn's lease did truly have a lot in common is worth considering that maybe their marital problems were just that marital problems. No different from any other married couple who to were also under a lot of individual stress. Failure had lost her mother, April of nineteen Seventy-three. Only a few months before she married Lindsay and September must have been quite a blow. And Lindsey was still reeling from losing the nineteen Seventy-three. Mayoral election his first election loss in more than a decade. It's enough to cause tension in any relationship. Let alone one that had only started seven months before it's also likely that the community atmosphere added to failures, personal stress, Saint Augustine was. A deeply conservative town and a former confederate stronghold where quote, unquote, traditional values in rigid gender expectations were strictly in place. Failure allowed spoken woman who wasn't afraid to cause a ruckus just didn't fit the mold. She often advocated for better maintenance of public roads criticized suspected corruption in local government and regularly made bold often true accusations against municipal officials. One such official her neighbor Allen Stanford junior was a county Commissioner for Saint Johns county, Florida. A failure found out that he had been signing construction plans as an engineer, even though he had never obtained an engineering degree, let alone a license. If that's not enough. He also made twenty thousand dollars a year, twelve thousand dollars more than any other Saint Johns county employees. Despite the fact that he'd only been there for two years. Years today, Stanford would've been making over one hundred thousand dollars a year while colleagues who were in their second decade of service would make less than forty, five thousand dollars. Bear in mind that in the nineteen seventies many families only had one income which makes the difference in salary, even more problematic. It's likely that most of his colleagues were their families sole earners, which means that the difference wouldn't be made up by a combined income. It's understandable. The failure would be concerned about this disparity, especially when Stanford didn't possess the credentials that were required for his position. A failure began making public accusations against Stanford in nineteen seventy three and made pointed efforts to have him removed from the board of commissioners failures, criticism of Stanford's public persona only added more fuel to the fire of their private disputes. Remember, Allen Stanford, junior lived right next door to her at one twenty six marine street and. Failures, public outcry, did nothing to lower neighborhood. Tensions on it. All came to a head on January twenty second nineteen, seventy four the night before a failures murder.
"matanzas river" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
"Hello. Thank the Lord. I didn't think that you'd be Cathy is that you what's wrong. I father has called, I didn't. I didn't want to hear from somebody else Kathy. It's Joe. He was on a mission and and his plane. I don't really know the details to be truthful, but he he's not coming home. I see. Thank you. Thank you for telling me Kathy, I'll let you go be with your family. Then Kabye. Toey. The loss must have been devastating to failure. It's likely that her later interest in politics was influenced by her ties with the Kennedys along with their own mother's political efforts during failures childhood during her time in New York. A failure developed a wide network of connections among her high society. Friends were politicians artists writers socialites producers directors and more through the modeling agency. She partnered with Chevrolet as a Chevy girl, and she became a feature in ad campaigns for listerine toothpaste and krummel shampoo. She was even featured in life magazine in nineteen forty five. The buys abroad, the access powers admit defeat, but is the war really read all Daily Mail only Daily Mail. I wish they'd stop printing things like that. Can't we celebrate for a little while. That'll be ten cents little miss. Let's see here there you are and there's your magazine. Thank you very much. Oh, you're very welcome here. Margie look at this miss a failure punt sell another divinely beautiful power. Skirl she is, isn't she? She is lovely. Another divinely beautiful powers girl who has discovered them remarkable beautifying action of criminal shampoo. You know, I heard a failure upon sale was engaged to a millionaire. What was his name? Kennedy. Eat it. You don't really believe gossip like that. Do you well. So what if I do. After a decade, spent making a name for self as New York's face and figure gal, a failure decided to return home to Jacksonville, Florida in nineteen forty seven. She was entering her thirties at the time which would have meant the end of her modeling career during her time in Jacksonville. She did some traveling and became involved in her community in the late nineteen fifties. By then in her early forties failure met and married, a man named Charles h. bloom. He owned a real estate business which she sometimes helped him run through bloom. She developed an interest in real estate and became an agent in her own right other than their shared real estate. Career little is known about the couple except that they didn't last by the time. The two divorced in nineteen sixty two Margarita fetters health was failing. Geraldine admired was raising a family in Hawaii where she ran an art gallery. However, Thalia was unattached and had little. To occupy her time away from work. So she stepped up to care for their mother. She moved to Jacksonville into the riverside avenue mansion where she had lived as girl and became Margaritas. Full time. Caretaker should took over a few of her mother's club memberships, including daughters of the American revolution, Americans of Royal descent, the league of American pen women and several others. She also wrote and published a book on gardening and patented an invention designed for household convenience. A failure was firearms collector and enthusiast, and she began attending target practice with the Jacksonville. Police. One officer described her as quite a wonderful shot. She even ran for a seat in the Florida house of representatives in nineteen seventy around nineteen seventy-two. A failure made the move to Saint Augustine. It's unclear why she decided to leave Jacksonville given the community in the wide network of friends that she had cultivated there in the. Seventies Jacksonville's infrastructure was expanding since the fetters at purchased a home in the twenties, interstate highways had been built on either side of the property. One major highway was less than a block away. Perhaps you thought it would benefit her mother Margherita if she lives somewhere quieter house at one twenty four marine street, which failure and her mother would occupy in the early nineteen seventies was a nearby Saint Augustine where Thalia had attended school is child. It was close to Jacksonville, but benefited from being on a secluded private street, like their previous home, the marine street house had a waterfront view overlooking the Matanzas river. It's worth mentioning that the Matanzas river and the stretch of coast where failure would be living, had a dark history in the mid fifteen hundreds. A Spanish battalion had massacred a company of French Huguenot s- and afford they had built on the coast both the fort and the river were caught. Called Matanzas from that day on the Spanish word for slaughter. Will return to our story in just a moment. Home security is a serious matter. 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