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Zion's Lost

Apr 7, 2020

In the late 1980s, Mark Hofmann made a career into finding and selling rare LDS books and documents in the Salt Lake City area. After two separate bomb attacks killed two innocent victims, Mark's career was uncovered to be full of lies, fraud, and forgery. 

arrie, Dan “Boxed Bombs Claim 2 in SLC” The Daily Spectrum


Mar 31, 2020

Albert D. Fore was a successful business man who appeared to have everything. He was able to move on from the tragic deaths of his wife and daughters, and start a new life with Arlene and their infant son. When Albert and their son failed to return from a business trip, the truth was revealed and all his lies...


Mar 24, 2020

Who doesn't love hearing about Dumb Criminals? This week, we explore cases exclusive to Utah that we hope will give you a laugh and make you feel better about your life choices. 

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Mar 17, 2020

In 1933, a religious leader named Marie Ogden, led her followers to San Juan county so they could have their own commune to live and worship in: The Home of Truth. Just two years later, it all came crashing down when the death of a member drew attention to the commune and made her followers question who their leader...


Mar 10, 2020

In December of 2000, a motorist driving in Parley's Canyon spotted the body of 75 year old Herbert John Strehl. Strehl was a German immigrant and business owner in Salt Lake City. Although police were aware of some civil disputes Strehl was involved in, nobody suspected he would be the victim of homicide.