Episode #1:

MFM The Top 3: #1 - Episode 18 - Investigateighteen Discovery

The Survival of Mary Vincent


Franklin Delano Floyd


Episode #1: MFM The Top 3: #1 - Episode 18 - Investigateighteen Discovery

Drumroll please...It’s #1 of your top three favorite episodes: Karen and Georgia cover the survival of Mary Vincent and Franklin Delano Floyd. Original airdate: 05/27/2016

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The Survival of Mary Vincent

The Survival of Mary Vincent Notes:

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"On September 29, 1978, Lawrence Singleton picked up 15-year-old Mary Vincent of Las Vegas while she was hitchhiking in Berkeley, California, raped her, and then severed both her forearms with a hatchet and threw her off of Interstate 5Del Puerto Canyon, California, leaving her naked and near death. She managed to pull herself back up the cliff and alert a passing couple, who took her to a hospital. By the time of Singleton's arrest, Vincent wore prosthetic arms.

Six months after the assault, Vincent faced Singleton at his trial, where her testimony helped to convict him. Singleton was sentenced to 14 years in prison, the maximum allowed by law in California at that time. The presiding judge remarked: "If I had the power, I would send him to prison for the rest of his natural life..."

— Source: Wikipedia

Franklin Delano Floyd

Franklin Delano Floyd Notes:

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"Franklin Delano Floyd (born June 17, 1943) is an American death row inmate. He was convicted of the 1989 murder of Cheryl Ann Commesso, a mother of three from Florida, as well as the kidnapping of his 6-year-old stepson from his elementary school in Choctaw, Oklahoma. Floyd is also considered a person of interest in the 1990 hit-and-run death of his wife Sharon Marshall. It was later discovered that before becoming his wife, Sharon had been raised by Floyd from an early age as his daughter and was herself kidnapped by Floyd as a child.

Sharon's true identity remained a mystery until 2014, when she was positively identified as Suzanne Marie Sevakis, the daughter of a woman to whom Floyd was briefly married. He disappeared with Suzanne, her two sisters and infant brother while her mother was serving a 30-day jail sentence in 1975. Suzanne's brother has never been located..."

— Source: Franklin Floyd Wikipedia