The Horrific Murder of Marina Calabro with Jonathan Van Ness
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Holy shit guys, we had a CELEB in the house today! Well not like in the house, but on the zoom. THE ONE, THE ONLY..... JVN *sound the alarm* We talk all things Bravo, True Crime and Olympics related. We also tell JVN a gnarly story out of Quincy MA since he's from Quincy IL. It was a grand time, so please enjoy! Go check out Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness anywhere you listen to podcasts and on Netflix! Thank you so much to David White for research excellence References Cowperthwaite, Wheeler. 2022. "Quincy inheritance murder case on new Investigation Discovery show." Patriot Ledger, May 18. Difazio, Joe. 2021. "Man who plotted to kill his Quincy great-aunt for inheritance has been granted parole." Patriot Ledger, December 31. Ellement, John R. 2002. "DA: Woman, 84, Fought Killer." Boston Globe, October 29. —. 2006. "Former Norton Man Admits Role in Slaying of Aunt." Boston Globe, June 10. —. 2006. "Jury Hears Details of Bludgeoning ." Boston Globe, March 4. —. 2006. "Man Gets Life Sentence in Killing." Boston Globe, March 17. —. 2006. "Witness Tells of Grisly Murder." Boston Globe, March 10. Leiner, Gabriel. 2006. "First trial set in Quincy murder." Patriot Ledger, February 16. Linton, David. 2022. "Ex-Norton man granted parole for role in 2001 murder of his elderly great-aunt." Sun Chronicle, January 3. Quimby, Beth. 2002. "Friendship and Betrayal: Moments of terror for informant who says best friend' recounted Quincy murder." Patriot Ledger, November 2. Sack, Jessica Van. 2002. "Police Call Fatal 'Fall' a Killing; Kin Hed." Boston Globe, October 27. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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