Episode Bonus:

Fox’s Prodigal Son Special!

Sante Kimes


Dolly Oesterreich


Episode Bonus: Fox’s Prodigal Son Special!

In a special presentation for Fox’s new drama Prodigal Son, Karen and Georgia cover the cases of Sante Kimes and Dolly Oesterreich. Plus, an interview with star Bellamy Young!

Sante Kimes

Sante Kimes Notes:

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"Sante Kimes (born Sandra Louise Singhrs; July 24, 1934 – May 19, 2014) was an American criminal who was convicted of two murders, as well as robbery, violation of anti-slavery laws, forgery and numerous other crimes. Many of these crimes were committed with the assistance of her son, Kenneth Kimes Jr. They were tried and convicted together for the murder of Irene Silverman, along with 117 other charges. Kenneth made a plea deal in the murder of David Kazdin, pleading guilty and agreeing to testify against his mother in her trial for Kazdin’s murder (she was found guilty) in return for her not facing a death sentence. The pair were also suspected but never charged in a third murder in the Bahamas, to which Kenneth has confessed..."

— Source: Sante Kimes Wikipedia

Dolly Oesterreich

Dolly Oesterreich Notes:

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Image Sources: Walburga Osterreich Wikipedia Commons

"Walburga "Dolly" Oesterreich (née Korschel; 1880 German Empire – April 8, 1961 Los Angeles, California) was an American housewife, married to a wealthy textile manufacturer Fred William Oesterreich (December 8, 1877 – August 22, 1922). She gained notoriety for her bizarre 10-year affair with Otto Sanhuber (aka: Otto Weir, Walter Klein), which culminated in the shooting death of her husband.

The story inspired the feature film The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom as well as two made-for-TV movies: The Man in the Attic, with Neil Patrick Harris, and "Lover in the Attic", with Molly Burnett. Oesterreich was also the subject of Investigation Discovery's series A Crime to Remember in 2017 (Season 4, Episode 6, "Guess Who?")..."

— Source: Walburga "Dolly" Oesterreich Wikipedia