Episode 24

Cassie Jo Stoddart "The Scream murder"

Published on: 22nd October, 2019
On September 22, 2006, 16-year-old Cassie Jo Stoddart of Pocatello, Idaho, spent a Friday evening with her boyfriend and two classmates while housesitting for relatives. In the midst of some unusual power outages at the house, the boys depart for the night, leaving Cassie to her house sitting duties frightened and alone. No one would hear from her for two days, until her relatives come back from their trip to find Cassie’s body lying in a pool of blood in their living room.

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