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Murder in Illinois

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In 2007, Chris Vaughn was arrested during a funeral for his wife and three children. He would be tried and convicted of their murders. To this day he maintains no memory of what occurred that tragic day 20 years ago. Murder in Illinois follows the complicated circumstances that led to Vaughn’s conviction, as well as the forensic evidence his supporters believe proves his innocence- in attempt to answer one question: Who killed the Vaughn family?

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2.9 out of 5 stars from 2.4k ratings
  • Horribly Biased

    I could not make it through the podcast. It is horribly biased by showing the Vaughn family as the most loving, caring, never fight nor say a cross word family. Then the Vaughn family talks insults on Kimberly’s family never once saying a kind word. Just because you think someone is innocent because his eyes showed sadness, doesn’t mean they are. Having worked in the criminal justice system for 20 years; there has been nothing showing this “innocence.” I am interested in case, I’ll just look it ... more

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    Karmadrama11
    United States3 months ago
  • Not imparcial

    I think the podcast chose a side and makes sure to express it.

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    Tgcris0
    Netherlands3 months ago
  • Can’t make it through

    I’m only on episode 3 and they are making a whole season out of how these families grew up. Seems like they are vilifying the dead wife and her side of the family in order to prove the husband could not have ever done this. We don’t need to know about every family dinner with the 2 families and how awkward it was. This needs major editing. I can’t hang for any more…Try listening to “The Real Killer” podcast or “The thing about Pam” (not the mini-series, that is horrible. But the podcast was grea... more

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    caryofil
    United States3 months ago
  • Agree with Fire Master

    Completely biased. A jury of 12 people convicted Chris Vaughn. But we’re supposed to believe he’s innocent because his family is so perfect (they’re not) and his dead wife was too much of a “book worm” and her mother didn’t know how to cook?!?! What is wrong with you? This podcast is not worth listening to.

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    Chelonia123456789
    United States3 months ago
  • Don’t waste your time. Horrible podcast.

    This analysis is so wildly one-sided that it is utterly pointless. According to the podcast: the Vaughns are normal, faultless, innocent and definitely non-judgy people. And the Phillips are weird, always wrong, guilty and totally judgmental. more

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    Fire Master
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