Erica Kelley

102: The Sinclair Murders

102: The Sinclair Murders

In 1967, The Sinclair family in Auburn, Alabama had been stalked for over a year. A college kid named Edward Seibold had briefly dated the oldest daughter, Cathey. When she rejected him, he became fixated on her widowed mother, 44 year old Juanita. His obsession with these women would turn into a murderous rage. Edward Seibold’s crimes shocked and traumatized the small city of Auburn. Over fifty years later, residents still cannot shake the horror of what happened. Written, hosted and produced by Erica KelleyOriginal Graphic Art by Coley HornerOriginal Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma RadioResearched by Haley Gray and Erica KelleyEdited & Mixed by Chaes Gray of Gray MultimediaSuggested by Listener: Anne FreeSources: | Donate | In the Media: (Twitter) @southernfriedtruecrime (Insta)Today’s (use promo code southernfried) you can help be part of the solution to our national problem of systemic racism:Minnesota Freedom FundGeorge Floyd Memorial FundI Run With MaudBlack Visions CollectiveReclaim the BlockCampaign ZeroCommunities United Against Police BrutalityBlack Lives MatterNAACP Legal Defense FundAmerican Civil Liberties UnionNational Bail Fund NetworkIf you are suffering with abuse in quarantine, here are resources for different countries. Please ask for help: US Crisis Text Line: 741741US National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233UK Domestic Abuse Hotline: 0808 2000 247Australia Rape & Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-737-732Canada: you are having suicidal thoughts during this unprecedented time, YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Please call the US National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255For resources in other countries: great source to find a LGBTQ non-profit to support:

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