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  • Rua
    Rua Northern I. Belfast
    You just know the husband is crooked as soon as you see his bake (face)

    You just know the husband is crooked as soon as you see his bake (face)

  • Jenni
    Jenni KY
    This guy..........

    This guy..........

  • Lomdo
    Lomdo Louisiana
    I was incarcerated in Ohio. And I have met Guys in that System with horrendous crimes. I have a Story for the Local in Columbus. As I'm from Cleveland Oh. Born & Raised. And Live in Columbus for last 5yrs. On West Side. Off Board st. And I know a few Men I met inside and have talk to. That Local would Love to here about there F-up. Crimes.

    I was incarcerated in Ohio. And I have met Guys in that System with horrendous crimes. I have a Story for the Local in Columbus. As I'm from Cleveland Oh. Born & Raised. And Live in Columbus for last 5yrs. On West Side. Off Board st. And I know a few Men I met inside and have talk to. That Local would Love to here about there F-up. Crimes.

  • Rachel
    Rachel O-H-I-O
    Coo coo ca Choo ;)

    Coo coo ca Choo wink

  • Jess
    Jess TX
    Incredible story. Also, great music as always.

    Incredible story. Also, great music as always.

  • Luciana S
    Luciana S
    I have heard this case before, thanks for covering it this week. I have an educational background in forensic science & biological anthropology, I also do volunteer work related to MP’s & UID’s, & I do other work in true crime. One thing I have heard countless times in cases of couples where one person either goes missing, or is murdered, is how amazing the relationship was between the couple. I hear so many times that they were the “perfect couple”, or had a “perfect marriage “, or other similar phases. Especially in this day & age of social media. I think it’s an important reminder that not everything is always as it seems, & that nobody every really knows what goes on behind closed doors. That’s not to say mind you, that every happy relationship on the outside is really bad or abusive behind closed doors, but it’s important to remember that it is not uncommon & it does happen.

    I have heard this case before, thanks for covering it this week. I have an educational background in forensic science & biological anthropology, I also do volunteer work related to MP’s & UID’s, & I do other work in true crime. One thing I have heard countless times in cases of couples where one person either goes missing, or is murdered, is how amazing the relationship was between the couple. I hear so many times that they were the “perfect couple”, or had a “perfect marriage “, or other similar phases. Especially in this day & age of social media. I think it’s an important reminder that not everything is always as it seems, & that nobody every really knows what goes on behind closed doors. That’s not to say mind you, that every happy relationship on the outside is really bad or abusive behind closed doors, but it’s important to remember that it is not uncommon & it does happen.

  • Robin
    Robin IL
    Harrington’s family should sue the company he worked for. A company giving out an employees personal information is big no-no, for safety reasons.

    Harrington’s family should sue the company he worked for. A company giving out an employees personal information is big no-no, for safety reasons.

  • Inkman
    Inkman California
    Often the people y'all think are the best, most upstanding people (wealth, prestige etc), are actually the worst.

    Often the people y'all think are the best, most upstanding people (wealth, prestige etc), are actually the worst.

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