Cruel Intentions: The Murders at Pinyon Pines Podcast
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Cruel Intentions: The Murders at Pinyon Pines

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The Friedli family home in Pinyon Pines, California was burned to the ground in 2006.  This was no accident.  Inside, investigators found the charred remains of Vicki Friedli and her boyfriend, Jon Hayward.  Out front, posed grotesquely in a wheelbarrow, were the remains of 18 year old Becky Friedli.  She, too, was burned beyond recognition.  This terrible crime went unsolved for years even though family and friends of the victims had no doubt who was responsible.  Finally, justice may be in sight.  Join us at the quiet end of the bar.
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Oct 24 2016
True Crime
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    • Hi Jill and Dick I’m s new listener I love how you both work great together and give a great in depth look at these cases thank you both so much take care have you ever did the jack the ripper case like to hear what you both think about it thanks Sherri

    • The Chrisdelelphan church in Springfield, Vermont was were a weirdo family resided. The pastor, and wife spawned a boy named Gary, who murdered Theresa Fenton, a little girl on her bicycle ride, in Windsor, Vermont. Then, he killed another girl, walking with her friend. My husband grew up in Springfield, and asked their daughter out on a date. Her father refused, because he was not a member of the Christedelphion Church. That house/church is still there, ( 2021), and creeps me out.

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