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"nineteen sixty one nineteen year" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Though his team had no concrete proof that the killer was male. Nobody wanted to look like they were hiding anything so. Dozens of men volunteered to get tested and clear their name after four days. Police had fingerprinted half of the schools. Two hundred fifty male students but no prince were a match. School administrators were frustrated by the disruptive police presence and the police were expending a lot of manpower without making any progress. They decided to stop testing meal. Students and refocus their efforts narrowing their search. Instead of widening it upon reexamining the prince they had acquired. Police realized that they had never actually tested. Betty Gale's parents. Once they corrected their mistake please were dismayed to learn that. Two of the three sets of prints in the car along to harvest and Quincy Brown Quincy regularly used. The car and harvest drove it to the mechanic on the day of the murder. So police didn't feel their prince implied any suspicious activity. The third set of prince belonged to the mechanic who was with his family on the night of the murders and was thus ruled out as a suspect is nine hundred. Sixty one turned into one thousand. Nine hundred sixty two Lexington authorities were stumped. They tested all the evidence and spoken to hundreds of locals. But we're no closer to catching biddy gaels killer. At least twenty. Four officers were assigned to the case and they crisscrossed the country to pursue various leads in New York. A drunk young man was arrested for dressing in women's clothes and wielding a revolver in an attempt to catch thieves who had broken into his car when police searched him. They found an envelope with many newspaper clippings from Kentucky. All about bette gale's death. He was a Transylvania graduate. Whose friend had sent him the clippings update him on the murder mystery at their Alma Mater. The fact that he had the clippings on a year after the killing was odd but he was ruled out as a suspect when they learned he was in New York when Petty Gail was killed. He wasn't there man. They also followed a Transylvania dropout to his family home in Michigan and a disgruntled ex employee of the college to Atlanta. Both men mysteriously left Kentucky around the time of the murder but both ended up having solid reasons for leaving. That had nothing to do with. Betty Gale's murder back in Lexington. Local spread a hurtful theory. That Betty Gail was murdered by her mother. Quincy Brown was a loving mother who was entirely devastated by her daughter's murder. So this was a particularly nasty bed of town gossip but to quell the rumors. Quincy and her husband. Went to the police to take a polygraph test. After that police felt satisfied that the browns were innocent though the case would remain open through nineteen sixty three and nineteen sixty four. Everyone involved seemed to realize they would probably never find a plausible suspect which is why it was such an enormous shock when early in nineteen sixty five a man. Thousands of miles away in Oregon confessed to murdering Betty Gail Brown when we return. We'll investigate the surprising suspect. Who admitted to Betty Gale's murder and the dramatic trial that followed now back to the story in nineteen sixty one nineteen year old betty? Gail Brown was strangled with her. Own Bra at Kentucky's Transylvania College. Police spent a year searching for her killer but no suspect was ever arrested until they heard a surprising confession for years later in one thousand nine hundred sixty five Mr Arnold. Is this a better place to talk? Yes yes much. Better the mind reading machine in my cell can't hear me now. Pardon me sorry. I think I'm losing it. You don't have any bourbon. Do Mr Arnold. You're in jail for drunk and disorderly behaviour get to the point. I'm realizing something something terrible when I lived in Kentucky three or four years ago I think I killed a woman. Who did you kill a college student? Her name was Betty Gail Brown in late. January of Nineteen Sixty Five Alex. Arnold Junior was serving a ten day jail sentence for disorderly public intoxication. He was arrested in Klamath Falls Oregon but was originally a native of Lexington Kentucky. Just like Betty Gail Brown thirty three year old. Arnold was a middle school drop-out though he initially found success nece twenties a horse trainer in groomer. His life took a turn for the worse when he enlisted in the Marines. During the Korean War he served in nineteen fifty two and nineteen fifty three but when he returned to Lexington to marry and have a child it became clear that war had changed him. He began drinking heavily and in April of nineteen sixty two six months. After Betty Gale's murder he was arrested for running a ring of sex workers upon his release in prison in nineteen sixty three. He was unable to find work or quit drinking and his marriage soon deteriorated feeling like there was nothing left for him at home. Arnold set off to hitchhike across the country. He worked odd jobs in exchange for liquor and place to crash. He arrived in Oregon in nineteen sixty four and kept a low profile for a few months until he was arrested for public intoxication on January sixteenth. Nineteen sixty five. Arnold was sentenced to ten days in the Klamath Falls jail. After three days he developed delirium trims a severe form of confusion and Amnesia that stems from alcohol withdrawal. He also couldn't eat or sleep and his body shook violently then came the hallucinations. Arnold talk to his toilet. Paper claim that creatures were infesting his cell and insisted that a mind reading machine was observing him at all times. Eventually a suicidal. Arnold insisted that he needed to speak to the police about something. Urgent when Klamath falls detective. Dennis Lillee arrived Alex. Arnold gave a detailed confession to the nineteen sixty one murder of Betty Gail Brown. It was in the middle the night and I found her in a car on campus. She was undressed though partially and she was making love with another woman. Is that why you killed her though? No I asked her for a match. I needed a smoke. She and her lady friend custody out and we got into a fight. How did you kill her first? I slammed her head on the dash to knock her out but I was worried she tell the cops or they think I'd raped her so a used her bra to strangle her. What about her companion? I Dunno she must've ran off Mr Ronald. You said you thought you killed her. Can you explain that? I don't know sometimes I think it was a dream. Maybe it's all just a strange and terrible dream but I'm ninety nine percent. Sure I killed her. Arnold story was shocking. So Lily contacted Lexington authorities. Captain Brian Henry and Lieutenant Morris Carter arrived in Klamath falls on January twentieth nineteen sixty five. They'd both investigated the nineteen sixty one case and were eager for a chance to finally have a real suspect. Arnold was now more lucid and cooperative but still felt adamant that he killed gale he even waived his right to an attorney. He wanted to be convicted. Arnold gave a full written confession on this time. He claimed that on the night of October. Twenty six nineteen sixty one. He was drunkenly wandering the campus in search of a place to nap after fighting with Betty. Gale and knocking her out. He saw a bra on the seat beside her a hung it around her neck and strangled her by putting my hands on.
"nineteen sixty one nineteen year" Discussed on Female Criminals
"For her feelings of guilt and PTSD in response to her friends drowning on top of that she couldn't turn to her own parents for help working out her feelings, and we don't know if she ever approached her grandmother for help in fact, experiencing childhood trauma such as being beaten as an infant only increases a person's risk of experiencing PTSD. The support structure was not in place to help Myra cope with her friend's death in a healthy way. So instead my relied on coping mechanisms such as turning to religion and dropping out of school to help her get through in January nineteen sixty-one nineteen year old Myra landed a typist position with a chemical distribution company on her very first day, her new boss introduced her to a young man who would send her life spiraling into darkness. Twenty three year old Ian, Brady wasn't like the other men my renew. He was serious and studious. He read books instead of spending every night out at the pub. He talked about exotic locations neither of them had ever visited. They had a lot in common as well. Ian had been born in Glasgow Scotland to a single mother who eventually gave him to another couple to raise much in the same way Myra had been given to her grandmother. Ian was also very intelligent and it set him apart from his peers from young age teachers would describe him as whip smart, and terribly lazy except when it came to crime he'd gone before a judge three times for breaking and entering before his seventeenth birthday as a condition of his release for his third quarter appearance. Ian was sent to live with his mother and her new husband in Manchester. But he wasn't there for long before an event happened that would shape him forever while Ian was. Working at a local market. A man had asked him to help him load goods into his car. Whether Ian knew the goods were stolen or not. We don't know. But we do know that when police arrested the man for theft. They also arrested, Ian as an accomplice in was sentenced to two years in England's equivalent of juvenile hall, Colin Wilson. Ian Brady's prison pen pal said, Ian, deeply resented what he saw as an unfair sentence passed down by upper classes that only saw him for the class. He had been born into this punishment sparked a festering hatred him. He wanted to make society pay for the unjust hand. He felt he had been dealt in life, and he wanted to do it. So that his name would ring immortal after his death research published in psychology suggests that most serial killers experience extreme moments of humiliation and embarrassment while they're growing up and that contributes to their desire to kill. But Ian, didn't just kill as we'll explore later. He also violently sexually assaulted his victims research by the Howard league for penal reform in England has shown that rape in prison is seriously under reported and under punished in England as it is in the United States still using statistics. From the case that are reported between one and four percent of miners in their version of juvenile hall are raped while incarcerated though, we don't know whether Ian was sexually assaulted while incarcerated we do know that he himself pointed to this period of his life as the moment that changed him forever. It's possible that experiencing or witnessing rape in prison is what set him on the course to perpetrating sexual violence of his own while in juvenile hall. Ian studied bookkeeping and picked up an obsessive hobby of reading about Hitler and Nazism. His literary appetites grew to include works by the marquee Saad. From whom we get the word. Words sadist and sadism. He also made plans to travel and to fund that travel with petty crimes after his release. He joined a gang of car thieves and used his pay from those crimes to travel around the area..