How much are your loved ones worth to you? Priceless, right? You cannot put a dollar amount on a person’s life. Not so for Karl Karlson. There were so many tragedies and coincidences in his life that his second wife suspected him of two murders and several instances of insurance fraud. In fact, she became convinced enough to record her conversations with Karlsen.
Join us at the quiet end for Cashing In. Karl Karlson valued people only for how they could benefit him. Over a span of many years, his family members tried to believe in his innocence. But there were signs that things weren’t right. As the pieces of his life and the facts of his crimes came to light, a puzzle of sorts began to come together. But before looking at the whole picture, let’s look at how the individual pieces add up to two of the most unfathomable crimes imaginable.
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