On February 25th, 2010, 17 year old honors student Chelsea King vanished from a jogging trail not far from her San Diego area home. Before she was even found, evidence located related to the case linked DNA to a convicted sex offender, John Albert Gardner III. 3 days after that, Chelsea’s remains would be found in a shallow grave on the banks of the lake near the trail where she had been jogging. While in custody, Gardner would make a stunning admission…he was responsible for another missing girl, 14 year old Amber Dubois, who vanished without a trace one year earlier. How did this man, a registered sex offender manage to commit these two heinous murders and go completely undetected. Listen to this episode and you’ll find out why…
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