Winnie Ruth Judd — The Infamous Trunk Murderess | Part Two

The 1930s murder case with more twists than a snake doing the Cha-Cha slide

When we left off in part one, Winnie Ruth Judd was on the run, the trunks were opened to reveal two bodies, and no one was having a good time.

And if you’re here in part two and haven’t read part one, what are you doing? Go read part one! Unless you enjoy being confused, of course.




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Elizabeth Bathory’s unlicensed defense attorney.

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