EP 92 - Toilet Pants

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By Mackenzie Prather. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Welcome back to Death by Champagne, the podcast here to keep you up at night! We are back this week and full of true crime for you. Liv starts out with the murder of hiker Meredith Emerson and how her death solved a number of cases that are now known to be committed by the National Forest Serial Killer; Gary Hilton. Mack brings us an old and surprising case from our favorite east coast location, Harvard University. She covers the murder of Dr. Bernard Parkman and the very Sherlock-esque detective work that followed to discover his remains.
This episode contains foul language, discussions about murder, body decomposition, and body mutilation. We’ll do our best to stay on track, but the bottles are popped!
Sources
Gary Hilton
Gary Michael Hilton - The disturbing case of the National Forest Serial Killer from Strange Outdoors .com
NBC Article: Killer says Female Hiker Fought him to the end by the Associated Press
AJC Article: Hiker’s murder still haunts those closest to the case, 10 years later by Christian Boone and Rhonda Cook
The Charley Project: Rossana Miliani
The Daytona Beach news-Journal Article: Police: Daytona woman who killed, dismembered boyfriend is linked to similar cold case, by Tony Hold
Dr. Bernard Parkman
“What lies in the lab: The gruesome murder at Harvard that transfixed New England”, Paul Collins, Boston Globe, July 11, 2018
Blood & Ivy, Paul Collins, 2018
The Parkman-Webster Murder Case, The West End Museum, Exhibit and Design copyright Duane Lucia
The History of HMS
“Murder at Harvard Medical School: The story of the 19th century slaying that shocked Boston”, Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com, Nov 22, 2017

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