13 O’Clock Episode 85 – The Clutter and Walker Family Murders (In Cold Blood)

Returning to the true crime fold with perhaps the best known of all the infamous multiple murders in American history, this episode of 13 O’Clock sees Tom and Jenny examining the brutal slayings of the Clutter farm family in Kansas, the crime on which Truman Capote based his classic book, In Cold Blood. Besides discussing the crime itself as well as the book that was written about it, we also delve into a far less known family massacre, that of the Walkers in Florida in 1959, which may or may not have been committed by the same men who killed the Clutters. All this, plus a couple of weird news stories about the Romanian living dead, and why you should probably look at your cashews before popping them in your mouth hole. Lock your doors and gird your loins for a grim, grisly, and gore-soaked episode 85.

Watch the YouTube version here or download the audio version here.

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Clip at the beginning taken from the movie In Cold Blood (1967).

Songs at the end: “In Cold Blood” by the Society Islands and “Four Walls (The Ballad of Perry Smith)” by Bastille.

13 O’Clock is made possible through support from our patrons and fans: Duncan, Daniel, Elizabeth, Tina, Tara D., Corinthian, Thomm, John, Joseph, Lindsey, Dan, Sandra, Paul, Matt, Jamin, Joanie, Arif, Samantha, Ashley, Eric, Tara M., Michael, Lars, Veronica, Dean, Lana, James, Matthew, Richard, Kieron & Ima Shrew.

13 O’Clock is hosted by Jenny Ashford & Tom Ross. Channel art and audio & video editing by Jenny Ashford. Music & sound effects courtesy of freesound.org users jamespotterboy, corsica-s, enjoypa, capturedlv, luffy, kiddpark, and justkiddink. Video clips courtesy of Videezy.

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