Best of Once Upon a Crime: Murder in My Hometown - The Disappearance of Jeanine Sanchez Harms

Season 8,   May 17, 11:00 PM

This Best Of episode of Once Upon a Crime revisits the mysterious disappearance of Jeanine Sanchez Harms from Campbell, California, in 2001. This case is unique for a number of reasons, including its proximity to my hometown and studio and the shocking, unforeseeable conclusion.  It also stands out due to its 'no body murder' status and complex detective work.

Jeanine, recently divorced, goes missing after a night out involving a somewhat reluctant date and interaction with several individuals, including two men, Alex Wilson and Maurice Nasmeh. The community's efforts to keep the case in the public eye led to critical breakthroughs years later and ended in a shocking conclusion no one could have predicted. 

This episode is presented in a more personal, casual narration style, inviting listeners to delve into the intriguing, tragic mystery surrounding Janine Sanchez Harms.

05:49 The Disappearance of Janine Sanchez Harms: A Detailed Account
10:45 The Investigation Unfolds: Clues and Suspects
15:22 A Break in the Case: The Persian Rug Clue
16:01 Conclusion and Invitation to Explore More

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