First, Do No Harm: The Murders of Tim and Kelly Farrar Podcast
Podcast Episodes Shop the Brewery

First, Do No Harm: The Murders of Tim and Kelly Farrar

In Episode 109

Killers don’t wear name tags telling us who they are. They look like everybody else. They are fathers, brothers, neighbors, carpenters, doctors, men, or women. On an upper class suburban street in Kansas City, at 7517 Canterbury Court, Dr. Debora Green and her husband, Dr. Michael Farrar, lived with their 3 children. It was a beautiful home where the children were provided with every advantage. Michael made a generous salary as a Cardiologist; Debora was a full-time mother. This was the image of the perfect family.
When the family’s home became engulfed in flames on October 23, 1995, Debora was barely able to escape the fire. Tragically, two of her children perished in the fire. When the fire was determined to be caused by arson, police were looking for a murderer. But they were searching for a murderer from a pool of people who seemed very unlikely to be murderers and it seemed unimaginable that anyone would have wanted to kill 2 innocent children. What was uncovered in the investigation that followed would shock the community and invite speculation from all over the world.
Join us at the quiet end today as we relive the lives of an outwardly successful couple, following the twists and turns marked by love, fraud, addiction, infidelity, madness, attempted murder, and, finally, murder. In this episode of True Crime Brewery: First, Do No Harm.

 

2:33:19
Sep 05 2017
True Crime
1
0

Comments

Leave a Reply

Subscribe Now

Join Team Tiegrabber and subscribe to our premium podcasts


You get access to our members-only True Crime Brewery Premium episodes and other members-only true crime content.


In appreciation, Jill will send you a thank you gift of your choice.

Pick from a True Crime Brewery beer snifter, a True Crime Brewery credit-card sized bottle opener, or a set of coasters!

True Crime Newsletter

Enjoying True Crime Brewery?


Then you’ll want to receive our quarterly true crime podcast newsletter.


The True Crime Brewery newsletter is just the thing to feed your true crime addiction. Packed with case updates, true crime show and book reviews, listener-contributed articles, craft beer news, meet up plans and contest announcements

Listen

You can listen to the True Crime Brewery podcast here on the site or on the podcast app of your choice