A tale of a man named a murderer in his death, and a son’s journey to uncover the truth in an attempt to clear his fathers name. A truth that just might reveal dark secrets not for the faint of heart.
He had borne the thousand and one injuries with humility and charity. But the insults! These were more than he could suffer…
Erd Neff wanted as little to do with his fellow men as possible. So he lived alone in his big cash-vault. Alone, except for John….
The atomic bomb meant, to most people, the end.
To Henry Bemis it meant something far different—a thing to appreciate and enjoy.
Nathanial Evergood was an eccentric old man with a photographic passion for pretty girls. So he invented a camera lens for special effects—
There are many ways—murder included—in which husbands can settle certain problems. This was even more drastic!
Wilson Lamb cuddled his automatic to play “Mr. Death” and fingered little Louis Engel for coffin cargo. This is the conclusion, part two of a two part story.
Wilson Lamb had decided to play judge, jury, and executioner to one random stranger. Join me for a tale of harrowing suspense and noir-ish murder mystery in this episode! This is part one of a two part story.