We visit Boston’s half-sister, Arthene, and hear about his childhood growing up surrounded by criminality.
But questions are raised about the stories Boston and Arthene’s mother, Mary Sellers, would tell them and make us question – did she lie to Vince and Russell? Did Boston really kill Mary Lou or was this the warped story of a grandmother who used hurtful lies as a form of emotional control?
Before leaving California, Stephen and Dan also meet the third member of the podcast team, US journalist Annie Di Grazia, who starts digging for fresh details on Mary Lou’s disappearance and Chris and Peta’s murders.
Was Boston a master criminal or was he just a lucky one? As Paradise concludes, Dan and Stephen examine the breaks Boston received that allowed him to escape justice for 38 years.
As the podcast nears its conclusion, fresh information kept hidden in UK Foreign Office files for 40 years delivers yet another twist to this case.
Martin Bottomley of the Greater Manchester Police Cold Case Unit gives an unexpected reply to a question Dan hesitates to ask - and it becomes...