18+ Crime Time: True Crime Talk Show

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VR Forward presents: Crime Time - a true crime talk show! Every other Thursday, Arabella and Oswin will be discussing the story of a true crime.

This week's topic will be the Sodder Family case. On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1945, a fire destroyed the Sodder home in Fayetteville, West Virginia. At the time, it was occupied by George Sodder, his wife Jennie, and nine of their ten children. During the fire, George, Jennie, and four of the children escaped. The bodies of the other five children have never been found. Could this have been a cover up? Was the Italian mafia involved? Or was this just a simple and tragic accident? Come to Crime Time and find out the details of this case. We encourage you to share your thoughts and theories at the end, so stick around!

MATURE AUDIENCE WARNING: We will be discussing true events, and may occasionally go into details that some may find upsetting or disturbing. Mature audiences only, and viewer discretion is advised.


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